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NAMES OF OFFICERS AND
PRIVATES OF THE 12
ANDERSON IANS IN
Clemson a Popular Institution
With This County-Many
of the Names are Familiar
Tim company rolls of Clemson col
lege cadots, corrected UP through
March ID, wen- very kindly furnished
Th?? Intelligencer, upon ic?iucHt, i>v
Col. J. M. cummins, ihc commandant,
and are published below.
There ure 12 companies, alphabeti
cally designated from A tn M. with
the exception nf th?' letter .1 There
are somo 730 cadets coming lo Ander
son for the encampment, which ii
scheduled lo begin tomorrow and
continue through Friday, in the list
of cadets below will be found ninny
Anderson County hoys, for Ch inson
has ever boen a' popular lust it ut ion
with this company'.
Tin- company rolls an* tm fol lp wa:
1st Lieut.-Beymer, <>. ii.
2nd Lieut-Moore, J. s.
Drum Major-Anderson, V. T.
Sergeants-Adams, H. M., QuattlO'
baum. II. H., Henderson, J. H. >
Corporals- Hulee. F. T., Sellers, A.
H., Qrohman. C. E. L.
Privates-Anderson, S. T.. man
chette; L. M.. Hunker. F. L.. Campsen.
G. E.. Hoar, E. M., Felder, II. H.. Cum
brel), S. C., Johnson, lt. E., McDermid.
G. C., Middleton. J. A.. Parks, F. L.,
Philpot. L. A. Pride. W. L., TaMlvast..
W. D., Tarbox, J. C., Webb, C. W..
Webb, H. W.. Wield. I-:. A.. Wood, H.
Captain-SI ri hi In?. F. D.
Lieuts.-Wannamaker, W. H.. Bri.s
tol, H. W.
1st Sergeant-Woods, E. T.
Sergeants- \nderson. 'C. C. Boyd,
P. O., Odom, R. J., Camp. W. H.
Corporals-Moore, E. K., Shearer,
W. A., Kolb. E. C., Warriner, L. It
Brown, J. M., Fletcher, C.
Privates- Alfonl. J. L., Anime, I),
A, Attaway. C. C.. Ayers. T. L.. Boyn
tpn- 'J. R., Bracken, N. (*:. Brown. II.
F., Buyck, D. D" Cureton. B U.. Dun
can, J. H., Fagan, A. O.. Graves. J. E..
Gregg, J. W., Hamlin. J. C., Harley.
J. B.. Hoke. G. M.. Huff. C. P., Hum
parles. W. K., Inabluet, M. A.. Jones,
J. A., King, J. -I*,, Kinsey. J. W.. Lan
ford, C. B.. McArn. T. A.. McGregor;
lt.. Mcsweeney. W. M., Major. C. S..
Nichols, W. H., Peters, S. J.. Poole;
E. C.. Pcore, IL D., Rivers. !?. L.. Rob ]
inson, A. J.. Rogers, L. F.. Schachte.
A. B.. Thomas. I. C.. Thornton. R, P.,
Wood, J. B., Zimmerman, M. L.
Company B. i
Captain-Harris. 13. L. <
Lieuts.-Bennett. C. Gs, Dukes, II. ,
1st 8ergL-Strlhllng. S. C.
Sergeants-Suggs, H. I... Suhl? ll. T.
H.. Tyler, G. lt.. McConnell, li. M. j
Corporals-Marvin. J. P., Suggs, G. \
W., Llghtsey. O. P., Davis. G. H., Pago, ,
L. A.. Quinn. W. R.
Privates-Hrocklngton, H. ().. Brok- i
ington, J. H., Brodie, M. I... Bruce, E. ,
C., Burgess. J. W., Cox. M. E., Ho un
lass, J. R" Duckett. J. G., Folk. C. E..
Glvuer S., Olover, C. H;. Haigler. P,
F., Hollowell. J. W.. Her. C. H.. Liv
ingston, H. F., McHUgh, F.. Mciver,
IV. C., McLaurln J. L., McLaurln. !..
W., McLean, I. G., McMeeklu, A. H.,
McMillan, N A . Madden, A. A., Mal
lory. w. VV" Mather, E. W.. Montgom
ery, I. I'.. ItoynoIdH, ll. !.. nico, c.
A. . Robert^ K, H.. Sanders. '"? Hf,
Sheppard. J. 1'.. Smoke. A. S.. strih
lill?. 1?. H.. Turbo*. H. <!.. Thrower.
J. lt.. Waiora, J. J., West, JV. H., Wil
liams, c. Vf., Wingo, It- A.
Company C. *
Captain-Thomas, N. G.
LJeuts.-Stewart, R. IJ.. DuVerhct,
IM S<TK' .-FolR<>r. D. P.
Sergeants-Armstrong, P. E., simp-j
son, I). .M.. Cannon, I., lt., Moore, T. I*.
Corporal0 Black, K. W" Gaines, ll.
IO., (frumpier, D., Jone,?, A. C., Marri.'.
". ti.. Wltsell. K ?L.
Privat-- Allen, it. G., Arthur, W.I
H. ; lialluy, M. H.. Hanks, ll. C" Maru- ...
P. H" Brandon, J. I?.. Brandon, T. IJ .
Britt, J. A . Brockman, t'. v.. Byer*,
I. L., Byora, w. v.. Cannon, w. M.,
i'm in. M. s.. Polger, T. V, Furmnn, J. i
C. . Gee, C. F.. Hall, lt. A.. Harms. II.
i... Herr?n, lt. H.. Herron, w. c..
Hutchinson, tl. I., jeffries, W. :\'.. I
i.aunnt.. A.. bide, P. 1'.. Livingston,
A.. McMahan, A. s . Mays, rt. A.. Mel - ;
len. w. H.. Mlkell, I*, ll.. 'Patterson,
.1. A . Platt, H. v.. Simpson, j. A..
Sloan, A. H.. Smith. H. H., Bowell, ll. .
E., Bowell; !.. C., Spratt. T. Slender,
c. H.. Trainmen, c. .!.'. Trescot, J. H.,
Williams, i.. J., Wilson, J. c.. Wolfe.
Captain- Davis. W. 0.
Lieut?.- Jeffords, T. E., Hopkins,
tut Sen?t-Kendrick. J. ll.
Sergeants-Johnson, M. T., MeCon-j
nell, II. S., Ward. C. W., Younc. !.. C.
Corporals-Blake, U. S.. Willis, H.
H.. Bingley, L. K.. Steven^ J. G..
Hoitt. (5. P., Monroe. I). B.
I'riviittM Allen, (). H.. Allsbrook. J. i,
G. , Altmsn, L. B" Beasley, L., Berry. ?
W., make. W. K.. Cain. D. J., Chatham. ?
P. W.. Chappell, P. C.. ('layton. W. j
H. , Croft. G. M.. Drew. H. S . Ellis. .
A.. Geddings, F. B., Hardin, A., Hur J
man. C. C., 11 liss. (i. K., James, !.. C., I
Jenkin?, J. H.. Kaufman. J. E., Kuy- i
kendal. C. M., Kuy kendal. F. lt.. I.aw- !
hon, O. J.. Lewis, lt.. Lyles, J. D.. 1
Lyona; B. L., Mnckin, F. E., Madden,
J. E.. Mitchell. J. M.. Monroe.^ J. B., j
Morrison. W. A.. Peoples/ "| W.,
Pegues, V. R.. Pennell. E. C.. Perry,
J., Reamen. T. J., Rowell, W. A.. San
ders. E. P.. Slaughter, W. T., Stewart.
H. H., Stripling, J. W.. Trott. H. lt.,
Verner. !.. W., Weinberg, H. J., Wof
forll. J. W., Wright. W. E.
Captniu-Caughnian. W. W.
Llouls.-Burker. II. D.? Jennings,
1st Sergt.-McCall,, P. L.
Sergeants-Hslgleri S. V., Dicka,
W. H.. Anderson. F. C.. Cluathani. R.
Corporals-Jeffords. J. E., Harmon.
H. M.. Derhsm, J. P.. Price. L. F.,
Hunter. J. E.
Privates-Arthur, H. T., Bancroft,
!.. Peisley. H. W.. Briggs. G. R.,
Hi own, S. R.. Brown, W. E.. Bull. D.
I. , Burch. II. L., Campbell. A.. Camp*
tell, I,. O., Carpenter. H. L.. Carpen
ier, N. P.. Cornwell, M. M., Freeman,
3. E.. Frldy. T. A.. Griffin. R. N.. John
ion. A. H.. Klenke, J. II. F., LeGettc,
;\ ?D,. LosUe, W. E.. McCue, C. M.. Mo
larity. O. M., Mnrscher. J. F.. Martin,
r. lt., Patjena. A. A.. P?tjens. H. K..
?Manea. W. B.. Poulnnt. J. M.. Pruitt,
f. 0" Rngadale. W. G.. Richardson. L.
P . Rogers, H. A., Rogers. J. P., Roaa.
r. T., Segurs. E. H.. Tarrant; L. R.,
Yard. E. W.. Whitlock. W. A.. Whit
en. W. c.. Wilkins. J. lt., Williams,
Captain-Murray. J. J., lat.
atarme Mary Ryan, at 'Tho Anden
MOMMY. MARCH 22.
Arrive in ramp. .
TUESDAY. MARCH 23.
Extended order drill. Intrenchments. Teni pitching <irill.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24.
Maneuvers non li of Anderson.
THURSDAY, MARCH 25.
Man? nvcrs north of Anderson. Street parade at 4::t0 P. M. Rand cr-icert
by eadet band ai S:00 P. M. on the square.
FRIDAY, MARCH 26.
Maneuvers. Break camp. Lntrain for Clemson College.
Clemson College is one of the eleven military colleges in the United
States classified by the war department as M. C. which is the highest classi
fication given. Thc college was specially commended in war department
orders last year for progress and Improvement made during thc year.
1. Ifi l.i.ut. T. Q Donaldson. Now Major 14th Cavalry stationed at Gover
nors Island, X. Y.
2. Captain E. H. Fuller. Now Lieutenant Colonel, Hf tired, stationed nt
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
1st Lb ui. B. A. Birmeyer. Now Cnptaln^l4th Cavalry, stationed at Fort
.I Captain Chas 1). (May. Now retired living in Lexington, Ky.
fi Cnptain J. c. Minus. Now retired living at Asherton. TJcxas.
?;. Captain M. H. Stokes. Now Major 14th Infantry stationed at Fort
lu addition to lliv above officers of th?* army. Professors A. G. H?ianklin and
A. B. Brandet! held the office of Commandant during the absence of army of
nccrn during the Spanish-American Wur and at other times._
Field and Staff.
Major, 1st Satiation, Osborn. F.
Major, 2nd Battalion, Drayton, P. c. 1
Major. :!rd Lat talion. Glover. J. E.
Captain and Adjutant. Blgby, W. A.
Captain and Quartermaster, Jones, J. D.
Captain and Commissary, Varnett, D. E.
1st. Lieut, and Batt. Adjl.'lst Halt. Senn, P. H.
1st Lieut, and Batt. Adjt. 2nd Batt. Shannon, C. J.
1st Lieut, and Batt. Adjt. 3Td Ratt. Cathcart. T. M.
2nd Lieut, and Matt. Q. M. and Comsy. 1st Batt. Shea'ly. A. L.
2nd Lieut, and Batt. Q. M. and Comsy. 2nd Batt. LeGrand. L.
2nd Lieut, anti Batt. Q. M. and Comsy. 3rd Batt. Benjamin, R. N.
Regimnetal Sergeant Major. McKeowc, H. S.
Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant, Carwile, A. B.
Sergeant Major, 1st Batt.. Batiks. D. H.
Sergeant Major, 2nd Batt.. Mallard, J. T.
Sergeant Major. 8rd Batt.. McMillan. W. L.
Color Sergeant. Jackson, J. M.
Color Sergeant, Walloco, D. R.
Lk'uts.-Johnson, R. H.. Hoffman,
jt. . .
lat Sorgt.-Duncan. D. T.
Sergeants-Vincent. C. A.. Taylor,
IV. A., Derry. P. O., Howell, V. M.
Corporals-Walker. H., DuGar. F.
V. , Caakey, A. J.. EHis. L. C., Mearera,
V. A.. Allison. H.
Privates-Allison, H., Anderson. L.
V.. Atkinson, F. W., Derry, J. P.,
llacknion, J. F., Brandi, M., Drown, C.
j.. Bryan. G.. Burgess, J. A., Bush, J.
!.. Clark. J. D., Crcecy. P. J., Culp,
V. C., Graman. J. H.. Grier. R. L.,
laddon, F. M.. Harrison, P. B.. Hay
ten, O. L.. Henderson. E. P.. Hol
:ombc. E. T., Hutchings. J. M.. Lay.
i. F., Lemmon, W. T., Lover, F. M.,
icFaddln, E. A.. McGill. R. G., Mc
mahon, D. J.. McMahon, E. O., Martin.
7. T., Morrison. E. C.. Nimitz. H. J.,
'ettlgrew. J. E.. Powe. R. W.. Prince,
1. E.. Rhoad, J. 8. C., Richardson, C.?
1., Robertson. T. B.. Shiver, H. E.,
imlth, J. M.. Thomson, W. E., White.
V. T. Wleters. A. W., Witheiapoon, S.
Captain-Lachicotte. E. S.
Lleuts.-Clark. % R., Pate. E. H.
lat Sergt.-Sitton, J, J. ' .
loo" Wednesday, Mardi ?14. i
Sergeants-Wright, W. F.. May. L. A.,
Jenkins, W. H., O'Neal. It. M.
Corporals-Bonner, W. C.. Sanders,
H. L.. Hunter. W. E.. Hay. W. S" Nel
son, P. B.. Jervey, T. M.
' Privates-Anderson, S. A., Biss, U.
E.. Blair. J. D.. Bute, T. S., Causey,
H. G., DcLoach, J. B. K., Dickson, A.
M., Durham, G. H., Gordon. W. W."
Haynesworth, J. D., Hoefor. E. S.,
Hubater. E. G., Hutchins, W.-.D., Jen
kins, H. F., Leland, A. M., Lunney,
G. W" McCoy, lt. L.. McGougan, J. M.,
McBscrvey, P. J., Moore, L. F., Muck
enfuss, A. A., Murphy, W. E., Oliver,
R. 8.. Outs, W. D., Padgett, J. I.. Quat
tlcbaum, H. I*, llefo, H. C., Rogers, F.
N., Sherrin. S. 8.. Shuter, J. H.. Sit -
ton, B. G., Sloan, E. D'. Staubes, J. H.,
Steadman, B. K" Taylor, R., Trotter,
A M., Trotter? W. L. K" Vaughan. C.
L., Winters, E. S., Worley. S.
Captain-Berley. G. E.
Lieuts.-Cannon, J. C., Smith, M. R..
1st Sergt.-Padgt.it, T. D.
Sergeants-Heldman. J. M., Poole,
R. F.. Simpson, J. W., Harris, G. G.
- Corporals-Grant. F., Earle, B. R,
Long. E. W" Matthews, W. A., Murray,
J. J.. 2td., Horne, J. F.
Privates-Albrecht, C. H., Arthur, W.
D., Bailey, A. W., Barron, W. .W., Bol
iver, T. E., Breland, B., B?rdet te, L.
W., Cannon, 8. F.; Cochran. W. B.,
Darby, J. T., Dibble, A. \\. BH1?. c
H. , Finger, B. L.. Green, af. C., Hall,
8. W., Haskell. A. W., Herbert, J. E..
Hollifleid. J. F., Horton, H. C., Hun
ter. J., Kay, W. E" Kenney. F. M..
Laidlaw. R. E.. Marchant, J. L., Mar
tin, A. P.. Padgett, A. E.. Rand'a E.
I J., Richter, .J. C., Sanders, J. W..
Scaife, W. M., Jmlth, P. N" Stack
house, R. P.. Sullivan. J. D" Town
send. W. B" Yarn, W. C.. West. H. B..
Williamston, S., Young, G. F.
Captain-Hunter. W. J.
Lieuts.-Wannamaker. H. L., Magill,
1st 8ergfc-Acker. E. G.
Sergeants-Littlejohn, C. E, O'Dell.
D. G.. Waters. R. B" Jeter, J. P.
Corporals-Floyd, F. E., Graham. 8.
W.. Reaves, G. H., Sams. R. H., Gar
rett, C. s.. Holroyd. C. E,
Privates-Aldrich. R, Aviag&r, L.
R., Barker, C. E., Barnett, M. 8., Be*..?.
W. S.. Black, W. L., Bogga. L. A..
Burna. G. M., Burna, P. M.. Cain, R.H.1
Canthcn, W. 8., Culp. B. D., Faust, J.
B" Fellers, L. H., Graham. W. C.,
Hardes. F. W., James, H. E., Jeter,
R R. Kittles, E G.. Kittles. T. J..
Laffoday. C. W" Lawton. W. H., Mar
tin, A. F" Mlley. J.. Moore, G. F.,
Myers, F. O? Owen. A. C. Parka, W.
H., Potter. W. B., Rivera, R. San
ders, ,C W., Schirmer, W., Sessions,
C. J, Shields. H. L. H., SneUgrove,
W. K.. Stone, W. L., Swinehart, D. E.,
Truluck. W. SL, Watroa. D. J.. Wil
liams, F. B.. Wiso, J. ?L, Zetglcr. O. J.
Captain-Richards. S. M.
Lieuts.-Evaus. D. W7 Connor, P. jd.
let Sergt.-Agnew, E. M.
Sergeants- Kyzcr, E, D., Wanna
maker. II. C., Latiuier, J. H.. Nowell.
A. E. .
Corporal?-Dick. J. Ii., Derry, L. C.,
Huteon, W. M.. Adams. J. P., Oliphant.
Privates-Adama, D. F., AduiuB, J.
H., HUSH. It. E., Blake. W. E.. Doggs. J.
L., Brice, M. M.. Drown. H. W.,
Bryant, W. H.. Cat-r. P. C., Crawford.
G. W.. Dukes. T. E.. Edwards. V. M..
Ellison, R. J.. Flournoy, J. E., Ford,
R. M.. Foster. J. C.. Fulmer J. W"
Gilmore, L. H., Graham, N. T., Harr'.i.
H. . Harrall. H. C.. Harrall. J. P.. Hea
ter, T. J., Hudson, R. A., Kennedy, P.
H., Littlejohn. S., Limden. A P., Mc
Kenzie, D. W., Martin, G. D., Pittman.
O. I., Rhett. W. P.. Richards, A. J.,
Rowell, S. T.. SamB. S. P., Smith, L.
W.. Sullivan, D. H.. Thleker. F. H.,
Till. M. G., Till. \V. J. B., Wilkins. R.
?.. Wilkin?. R. T.. Wllkin?. W. C., Wil
liams. W. C., Worthy. H. C.
Captain-Kennedy. .R G.
LleutB.-Teal, W. A.. Lawson. C. S.
1st Sergt.-Tate. T. fl.
Sergeants-William:., K. A., Weat.
C. T.. Eleazer. J. M.. Rothell, C.
( 'orpoi als-Daly, B. T.. Vernon. J.
1, Freeman, W. T.. Hobbs. K. O., Gar
rison. W. H.. Chapman. H. R.
PrlvateB-Alver8on. R. O., Bangs, P.
C., Barre. M. L.. Dos;lek. B.. Bostick.
E. M.. Bull. N. M.. Bur?-osB. T. H.,
Byrd. D. E.. Canaday. I X, Cathcart,
J. L., Corbett, ,V. P., Craig, J. M.,
Eleazer. J. A., Folk, J. C., Gardner, H.
G. . Goodwin, E., Hodges. C. P.. Hough.
T. C.. Jordan, T. M., King. E. E.,
lenoir. J. W., Leslie. F. H., Lieber
man. E. S., McCnrry, H. B.. Mitchell,
B. S" Norris, J. E., Plaxco. L. R.,
Preaaley. J. H.. Ravenel. D., Ratter
ree, C. H., Reaves. F. M.. Robinson, J.
H. . Scott, F. L.. Shedd, R. R.. Shep
pard, G. J., Smoke, J. H.. Smith. M.
A, Smith. W. C.. Stevenson, L. O.,
Thompson. J. W., Ward, W. C., Wil
liams, C. h.. Wilson. S. I., Wood. J. T.,
Zemp, J. D.
Captain-Hamilton. B. L.
Lleuts.-Burnett, G. N., Ward. J.
1st Sergt.-Patrick, W. T.
Sergeants-Garr?s. J. M., Wright.
R. F.. Fain. P.. Pickena. W. A.
Corporals-Wright, C. R., Norman.
A. I.. Stover. W. W., Barron. A. A.,
Bowen. R. A., Garrison. E. B.
Privates-Austin. W. L., Daldwin,
H. L., Baxter. C. L.. Burch. W. E.,
Clark, T. A.. Edmonds, M., Ethercdge,
M. P.. Ferguson. J. lt.. Finley. R. M.,
Folley, 8. R., Free. C. B., GarrJs. E.
W.. Ciover, C. L. J., Hagood. T. R.,
Hardin. L. G.. Hawley. H. M:. Heise,
M W" Henegan, J. C.. Herbert, W. C..
Johnson, W. H.. Lyles. N. P.. Marshall,
P. G.. Mathis, D. T.. Meschlne. M..
Morris. B., Muidrow, H. WV, Meyers.
J. H., Nell, W. H.. Padgett. G. D..
Pitts. R. C.. Purdy. W. H.. Powell. R.
C.. Simmons. B. F., Steadman. M S.,
Still, K. M., Tenhet. J. N.V Thornton.
S. F., Todd, J. G.. Way, J. W.. White,
J. K., Williamson. D. R.. Zobel, J. H.
EVEN CROSS. SICK
SYRUP OF FIGS
If feverish, bilious, constipated,
give fruit laxative .
Don't scold your fretful, peevish
child, see if tongue is coated; this is a
sure sign Its little stomach, liver'and
bowels are clogged vrlth sour waste.
When listless, pale, feve. 'sh; full ot
cold, breath bud, throat sore, dooen t
eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom
ach-ache, indigestion, diarrhea, give a
teaspoonful -of "California Syrup of
Pigs." and In a few hours nil the*foul
waste, tho sour bile and fermenting
food passes out of the howe's and you
have a well and playful child azain.
Children love this harmless/'fruit
laxative,'' and mothers can rest easy
arter giving it because it nover fails
tb make their little "insides" clean
Keep U handy, Mother! A little giv
en today saves a sick child tomorrow,
but get the genuine. Ask your drug
gist for a 60 cent bottle of "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs," which has direc
tions for babies, children of all ages
and for grown-ups plainly on the bot
tle. Remember there Are counter
feits said here, so surely look and see
that yours ls made by the ''Califor
Plg Syrup Company." Hand baok
with contempt any other fig syrup.
v .. .. .
Fish of all kinds. Shrimp. Crab,
and other sea food at ali times ai
moderate prices. Phone us your
wants, and let us All them. . Prompt
C F . PO WER
Pnom, 117. Cor. McDuffle and Benson
is ^Af eather
FINAL DECISION AS TO COM
ING OF CADETS DE
ALL IS READY
FOR THE EVENT
Corps Scheduled to Spend From
Mondey Until Friday in Thu
City-Round of Interest
Arrangements Tor the encampment
here Ulla week or cadets of Clemson
College were practically complete
last night, Details yet to bf, attended
to will be looked after tomorrow fore
noon, and when the corps arrives in
Anderson shortly after . .midday and
proceed to their camp ground, on the
Roperts property, on North Main
street, everything will bo found in
readiness for them.
Hinges on Weather.
The coming of the cadets tomor
row hinges, however, upon weather
conditions. Col. J. M. Cummins,
commandant, who wa3 in the city yes
terday looking after matters in con- ,
nection with the encampment, slated
the final decision as to whether the
cadets would encamp this week would
be made Sunday, when lie would be
able to tell with more certainty what
weather conditions are likely to be
during the proposed stay of the cadets
If it is found necessary to call off
the encampment on account of un
favorable weather, the event will be
postponed not longer tban a week. Col.
The commandant stated that it
would not be wise to hold the en
campment during a season of unfav
I orablc weather, or, in other* words,
I it would be dangerous to hrlng the ,
tlie cadets nut of steam-heated bar
racks and quarter them in tents in
such weather as Anderson experienc
If it is decided today that the en
campment will be held beginning to
morrow, the cadet corps will icave
Clemson College early Monday morn
ing and march as far as Sandy ,
Springs, where the-.- will have dinner.
At this station the cadets will entrain
for Anderson. Special acre will he at '
Sandy Springs to bring them to the '
.Upon the arrival bf the cadets here
about 1 o'clock they will be toct by a
reception committee, consisting of thc ,
' P. B. Cray ton, chairman; Capt. '
R. J. Ramcr. P. E. Burries, Pur- :
man Smith, T. Krank Watkins, W. ?
L. Brlssey, Dr. Clyde F. Poss, Dr. I
A. L. Smethcrs, Harry Orr, C. H. *
Bleich, A-, M. Plnkstou, Fred M.
Burnett, Geo. W. Evans, Rhett |
Parker, Harry Oelsberg. Gus Antou
akos, Glenn Evans, F. M. Unger, T.
L. Cely, C. 8. Minor. Leon L, Rice, 1
J. M. Glenn. W. W. Smoak, M. M. 1
Mattison, Rev. Jno. F. Vines, Mr. 1
W. Sullivan. H Rosenberg, S. S.
Sullivan. W. _1. Watson, R. S. <
Llgon, Rev. J. W. Speake, G. Cul
len Sullivan. G. H. Geiger, B. B.
Gos8ett. Jno. Linley, Rev. W.' H.
, Frazer, Gen. Mt. L. Bonham, A. 8. ,
730 Cadets Coming.
Twelve, companies of cadets will be
in camp here from Monday until Fri*
day afternoon. There are some 730
cadets on these dosen coi?panles. Of
ficers' of Clemson College will come
along with the cadets and take part \
in the encampment. ,
The program to. bo followed during .
the week is published in another ,
column of today's Intelligencer.
There are several interesting fea
tures to the program, the most In- 1
teresting of which, so far as the gen- '
eral public ia concerned, are the '
dress parade and the bond concert, 1
which will be given Thursday after
noon and ^vening respectively, on the
' Entertainment. I
During their stay in Anderson the <
cadete' will be shown various social j
attentions. Manager C. H. Bleich of ,
The Anderson theatre and Mr. T C. ,
Carrington, proprietor of Carrington'*
Ice cream parlor.'will give two dances
for the cadets, the first to be held
Tuesday night and tho second Thurs
day night. These dances will be given I
in the large hall on the second floor i
of the theatre building. These gen tm- <
men have arranged to have a large t
Victrola la the' dance hall at all times t
so the cadets and their lady friends (
can dane? on any afternoon or even?
inc they choose.
Thc ladles ot Anderson will give an
entertainment for tht cadets, but ?a to
the . nature* of the function they are t
not yet ready to announce anything, t
A meeting of Intcretsed ladies of the I
city waa held Saturday afternoon'at .
Hotel Chiquola and tentative plans for ,
entertaining the cadets wes made.
Another interesting feature of the
encampment not appearing on the '
program is th?, baseball game which u
will be played Friday afternoon, at *
Bunna Vista park, between teams *"
representing Clemson College and
A largo number ot out-of-town vis
itors will be in Anderson for tho en
campment. The railroads have grant
ed special.rates for the event.
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