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J. F. CLINKSCALKS, ) EDITOKS AM?
C. C. LANGSTON, \ PUOI'KIKTOHS.
ONE YEAH, - - - - *1 00
.SIX .MONTHS. - - - 70
WEDNESDAY, NOV. <;, lap.l.
Elections were held in several
States yesterday, and no doubt a full
vote was polled iu Ohio and Ken
tucky, as the campaigns in both States
have been very exciting.
Kansas farmers are now trying to
reduce the wheat acreage. If they
have no better success than the cotton
farmers in the South, the results are
not likely to be encouraging.
The appointment of George K.
Koester as Collector has caused thc
Republicans to growl. This oHicc ?3
one of great importance in more thau
one way, but ?Hr. Kcostcr wiii dis
charge thc duties most efficiently.
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President Roosevelt has issued a
Thanksgiving proclamation. Ile re
fers to the death of McKinley aud
says "never the less peace and plenty
affords abundant cause for Thanks
giving." The date set is Thursday,
28 th inst.
An exchange says a new method of
testing the quality of dispensary whis
key has been adopted. A quantity of
thc fluid is injected hypodcrmically
into a jackrabbit, and if the rabbit
does not whip a bulldog in thirty sec
onds the whiskey is rejected.
Where there are enough young peo
ple in a country neighborhood so that
a spelling school, a debating club or a
singing school can be maintained it is
well worth doing. Such gatherings
afford a needed social opportunity, and
if well conducted are of great benefit
in developing tho intellectual life of
the young people.
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Tho committee in charge of the
National Confederate Reunion to be
held in Dallas, Texas, next year,
has finally decided upon April 21* and
30 and May 1 and 2 as the dates for
the Reunion. These dates will bc a
most delightful season to visit Texas,
and tho occasion will no doubt attract
a large crowd of Veterans and other
people from all tho Southern Statos.
Tiny insect enemies cause in tho
United States au average annual loss
to agriculture of about $300,000,000,
according to the entomologist of the
Department of Agriculture. This
averago of destruction is kept up not
only by the ocoasional widespread
plagues of locust, chinoh bugs, etc.,
but by what might be called a ocattor
tid guerrilla warfare which is going on
nearly all tho time.
Prof. W. H. Council, the Alabama
negro eduoator, speaking at the Texas
State Fair, said it was true that in the
South "brutes or supposed brutes are
illegally put to death in tho most
fiendish manner," but "in the north
honest, upright, hard-working negroes
aro illegally and in a most dastardly
manner overawed and outraged for
seeking an honest living." He there
fore concluded that "tho negro is
safer in the hands of the mon who
followed Lee, who go hand in hand
with us daily and who understand us
than in the hands of any other class
of Amorioan citizens."
We agree with tho Newberry Herald
and News in tho following pointed re
marks: "What is the usc for some
of the newspapers of this State to
keep harping upon the fact that Mc
Laurin controls the federal patronage
in this State and has Demoorats ap
pointed to office? For our part we
would rather see good Democrats, who
will not change their party affiliations
for the sake of office, put in office any
day rather than have Republicans ap
pointed to tho same office, and if
President Roosevelt should appoint
negroes as postmasters and rovenuo
collectsrs he would bc burned in effigy
in South Carolina."
Ernest P. Bicknell, tho General Su
perintendent of thc Bureau of Chari
ties of Chicago, has set the sociolo
gists of America to discussing tho
problem of wife desertion. His sta
tistics showed that it was a common
offense for husbands and fathers to
abandon wives and children or to live
upon the earnings of their families.
Chicago is not alone in this respect.
Reports reaching Mr. Bicknell from
other cities indicate that the offense
is general throughout tho country.
These reach him in letters, in official
statements and in newspaper clip
pings. Mr. Bicknell suggested tho
adoption of the German method of
imprisoning such men at hard labor
and turning the proceeds of their labor
over to thc dependent families. The
press has given considerable attention
to this suggestion, and thc sentiment
of thc couutry seems to be favorabl
to its adoption.
W. II. Moore, president cf the
National Good Roads Association,
sp?n/last* Wednesday in Greenville
to Icon suit concerning thc good road
convention to bo held there in l)eceiu- ! ^
ber. A number of representative
citizens of tIicity alni county met
President Monro, ami heard his sug
gestions regarding tin- bcueGts to bc
derived from thc object lesson tu Ix;
given, when the Southern Kailway
good roads train gets '.'?< re, and prac
tical demonstration "t how io make a
good road. An executive commit
tee wa.- appointed to take the mat
ter in hand. Thin committee de
cided to invite the good roads
train to remain at < J reen ville a
week, The train will rcaeh there
December 15, and work will begin the
Iii. State oiheers will be invited and
r:tizens from every part of the State.
It in proposed to hold a convention
during the week and organize a per
manent good roads association. Every
ellort will be used to get land owners
from every part of the State to be
there while thc road workers are at
work, that they may see how good
roads can be made cheaply. We hope
Anderson County will be well rep
Saddler's Creek Items.
Kev. Mr. Hailey preached an excel
lent wriiion to a very large and atten
tive audience Sunday p. m., 27th inst.
Mr. J. 1'. Williams, of Anderson,
spenta day in this section recently.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. .Iones, of this
pince visited their son, Mr. .J. Ii. .Jones,
nt Lnvonin, (ia., last week.
Mr. E. Milford, of Lav on in, (?a., was
in our burg recently tho guest of tho
family of Mr. F. M. lirooks. Seems
that his attractions on this side of tho
Savannah are great.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, of An
derson, visited in our community re
Messrs John and Dock Busby, of Now
Hope, paid our community a visit last
The health of our people is very good
Nows never wus as scarce as now.
Corner Creek Comments.
Tho Marker's Creek school opens to
day with Miss Eula Young, of Grove,
as teacher. Miss Young taught this
school last session ami tho patrons
were so highly pleased with lier Borvi
ces thnt they re-elected her for this
Miss Lillian Bur ono of Broad
mouth's sweetest young ladies, spent
Saturday ni^ht and Sunday in our
midst, the guest of her friends, tho
Misses Maudo and Lillian Kay, of
Broadmouth, visited in our vicinity
Sunday. They havo many friends hero
wiio aro always glad to see them.
Farmers in this locality are very
much in need of a good rain. Tho land
is getting too hard and "tough" to plow
in soiuo places. It has been three
weeks sinco n. rain has fell in our
Oats are up and nro looking well for
tho lime of year. Very little wheat
has been sown yet, but our farmers
contemplate sowing a crop equal to
thoBO of preceding years.
Most all cotton is picked out that has
opened, and there will not bo very
much moro to open around in these
Miss Lou Gassaway began her school
this morning (Monday) at Long Branch,
nenr Bolton, also the McAdams school,
of our immediate community, opened
this morning with Miss Bell, of Duo
West, as teacher for this term.
Quito a number of our people ar h in
attendance at tho circus to-day nt the
city cf Anderson. Of course they could
not alford to miss the "show."
Rev. W. B. Hawkins administered
the ordinanco of baptism to four can
didates Sunday at Barker's Creek, and
afterwards delivered a most able and
eloquent sermon to an appreciative au
The health of our people was never
November is here and the hunter is
abroad in the land after game. There
seems to bo a good many partridges
Mrs. Flo ru Shirley and children, of
Belton, visited in our midst Saturday
night SD'1 Sunday, tho guests of her
brother-in-law. Mr. L. A. Shirley.
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HARNESS-If you need a set of good
home-made Harness call on J. 8. Fowler
Land for Sale.
THE undersigned bas 500 aeren of val
uable Laud, located in Oconee County,
three miles from Seneca, and ono mile
from Newry Cr ton Mill, which he will
sell in lota ol (i acres and upwards. 75
acres of this Land will make a bale of
cotton tn tho acre Tarros-One-third
cash and balance in one and two yearn.
For further information nddross
W. R. REID, Chappell, S. C.
Nov G, lirOl 20 3
The Peoples I
_g They Sell Coffin
M. L. CARLI9LE.
DROP IN AI
WE are not tho largost dcalors but ;
best values in Anderson.
Remember that wo havo thc exclusif
Walter A. Wood I
Which is given up to be tho best Mower
pairs. Wu can cite you to ono farmer ii
avcrago of 100 acres per year for 10 year
repairs and machine still in good conditl
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Notice to Patrons and Pupils
of tho City Schools.
THE attention of patrons and pu ni li?
s ualled to rho rulo lr referenco tn Ibo
?puling of thu irat"s and tuc buildings
or the admission of pupil* in tho .morn- /
i?jr. Ou every day, except extremely
">iil or rainy weither, tho ?talos aro Open
id ut w. ?o, the pupil* form on tho irroi:uilN
md march imo thu buildings. On cold
ir rainy weather tho vate* and buildings
viii bo opened ?it $.??0. Poplin who aro
irSHont at that hour. for any roiMOli, will 7
?o at once to their rooms and Lo received
iy their teachers. No pupil will be ?d
nitted to tho grounds or buildings boforo
.lu in good or S.IiU in had weather. I
topo that paronta will seo that their ehil
Iron aro not compelled to Htaud out in
he ralu or cold ny getting to the bulld
og before N.:iu. This rule has to bo rig?
[liv onion od on account of the large
nfollrnent in our schools. School time
nay bo dotortniued by tho ringing of the
'entrai School bell at K.30 during tho
easion of the school. Pupils will be
narked tardy who are not present in
;ood weather at H. lo, and in bad at 8.30.
Ti IOS. C. WALTON,
City Su poi 1 n ton dont.
Nov 0, 1901 20 1
r.HSS I Tfi?IC ?
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Goes direct to the blood
and cures Chills, Fevers,
Malaria, and restores ap
petite and health. It puts
new blood in your veins
new life in your system.
It cures quickly, surely,
and tastes good.
Being guaranteed to us we
to onr cu&tomere.J
ORR, GRAY & CO.
MEE PAPERS A WEEK,
For about the Price .of One.
The Anderson Intelligencer
- AND THE -
Atlanta twice-a-week Journal
Here you get the news of the world
ind all your local news while it is ,
fresh, paying very little more than ono
paper costs. Either paper is woll
worth $1.50, but by special arrange
ment we are enabled to put ia both of
them, giving three Papers a week for
this low price. You cannot equal this
anywhere else, nnd this combination
is the BEST PREMIUM for those
who want a great paper and a home
paper. Take these and you will keep
ap with the times.
The Semi-Weekly Journal makes
common cause with the farmers and
publishes hundreds of letters from
bbem on farm topics, describing their ,
experience in making crops, etc.
It is a paper devoted to the devel- |
Dpment of the resources of the South ;
ind the welfare of its people.
Besides general news the Twiee-a- 1
Week Journal has much agricultural
matter and other articles of special
interest to farmers. It has regular
contributions by Sam Jones, Mrs. W.
H. Felton. John Temple Graves, Hon.
(J. H. Jordan and other distinguished
Call at THE INTELLIGENCER office ]
ind leave your subscriptions for both
papers. You can get a sample copy of
lither paper beie on application.
Notice Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Exeoutora of .
Estate of Elizabeth Bowen, doo'd,
iiereby give notice that they will on ]
ho 7th day of December, 1001, apply to
:uo J nd po of Probato for Anderson Coun
.y for a Final Settlement of said Estate,
ind a discharge from their office as Ad
M. A. THOMPSON,
Nov t?, 1001_21)_5?
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Executor of the
l?tate ot S. M. Bowen, deceased,
lereby give notice that he will on the
rth day of December, 1001, apply to the
lodge of Probate for Anderson County for
i Final Settlement of said Estate, and a
lischarge from r.t? nrtioa a? Executor.
SAMUEL KOWEN, Ext'r.
Nov jj 10.01 20 L*
s and Caskets.
Ii. H. CARLISLE.
SD SEE US.
vou will find that we will give you the
vo sale of the
on tho market and costs less for re
el Anderson County who has out on an
s in succession with only 35c. cost foi
,E BROS., Anderson,S.C.
Are Your Hands Tied
TO HIGH PRIC?
TIME STORES ?
IF NOT SEE
W. F. Marshall & ?Jo's. Sto jk.
ALL CASH STORE.
)ur Line of Outings for Children and Ladies
Are beautiful at 5c, 7c, 8c, 10c. Cotton Flannels-we buy in solid cases
lirect from the factory, at 5c, 7c, 8c, 10c-best values in town for the money,
ieans-tine line cheap.
Ladies and Children s Jackets.
Stylish, Cheap and Up-to-Date.
Calico, Percales, Ticking, Bleaching. Brown Homespun, Red and White
Hannels at Rock Bottom Prices.
.E3 IEEE 33 S s
Our eales this Fall in this line hm? been
much larger than last year. Why? We
have a better Stock at Popular Prices.
A Dandy Work Shoe in Women's and
Men's at 81.00. Better ones at $1.25,
81.50, 82.00, 82 50. Best 83.50 Man's
Shoe ia the city. Also a splendid line of
School Shoes for the little fellows.
Full line of HOSIERY.
BLANKETS-If you need them these
cool nights we have them.
TRUNKS at factory prices.
Headquarters for TINWARE, GL4SSWAR?, CROCKERY.
Come and see how far a dollar will go with us.
36 Granite Bow.
N. B.-What Clothing we have we are selling out at actually 50c. on
the dollar. We will not keep Clothing aft g this season. W. F. M. & Co.
ftSEW FIRM I
T. A. ARCHER and JNO. J. NORRIS have bought L. H. SEEL S
Stock of Goods and will continue the business at Mr. Seel a old stand.
The Senior member of the Firm having eerved his apprenticeship at the
Tinners' Trade years ago, and who has been doing business in our city for
years, is known throughout the County for his pains-taking and good, honest
work, and needs no introduction.
Give us a call. We can SAVE YOU MONEY, for we are selling off
3ur old stock to make room for New Goods.
Have a big Stock of STOVES, just as good as new, that must go.
Also, TINWARE, AGATE WARE, WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
CUTLERY and Household Furnishing Goods.
We also have in connection with our Store a Shop equipped with the beat
Tools and Machines that can be had, and we are in a position to do all kinds
af repair work in our line.
ROOFING, PLUMBING and ELECTRIC WIRING.
Yours for business,
ARCHER & NORRI8,
Phone No. 261._\_ No. 6 Chiquola Block
IP YOU NEED A.... x
WE have as good as the world has produced up to date. We also have them
as cheap. Our prices are right. Our reputation behind a sale is an absolute
guarantee of Quality in what you buy, and in satisfaction in Utility and Du
rability. We have the largest stock to select from that you will find in thc
Carolinas-goods that are as well bought as it is possible, by a buyer of a
quarter century experience.
THE C. A. REED MUSIC HOUSE.
Slightly Disfigured but Still in the Ring!
YES, we have diafiured the Hayes Stock considerably the past six weeks,
but still have some Bargains left in
Shoes, Hats, Pants and Notions of all Kinds.
I am adding on a Stock of
Groceries, Sugar, Coffee and Floor.
Try a Barrel of Bransford, Clifton or Spotless, and I am sure you will bc
pleased. White Wine Vinegar 25c. per gallon..
C. M. BUCHANAN, Masonic Temple.
Do You Owe Me ?
If so, please caU in and settle,
as ! need it in my business.
JOHN T. BURRISS.
I have aJFREBH SHIPMENT of thisj FLOUR. Every Sack is guar
anteed to be the best and give perfect satisfaction.
24 pound Sack, 65c.
43 pound Sack, $1.25.
darrel, $4 75.
When you buy this Flour you know what you are gettir3, and it co3t?
no more than cheap Flour. Why not buy the best ?
G. Frank -'Bolt,
THE SASK pliGSSS. .
Clothing at Cost!
Everything in this vast Clothing
Store is now hoing sold at
New York Cost !
If you are in need of a Snit or
Overcoat for yourself, or if your boy
is needing a Snit this is the Store to>
make your selection.
There is nothing reserved in this
big Stock. The very finest Goods
are here, and you can buy them now
At a Big Saving
ot* Prices \
Over those of other Stores.
SHOES-Good Shoes Cheap.
We never have sold as many Shoes as we are now selling.
The reason is plain : We keep nothing bnt the best Shoes !
Our Stock is always the largest in the city, and our styles
are always new. We win not keep an old style Shoe in
stock. Yon can buy some of last aeason's styles here at m?f
price. Come and see. Respectfully,
Aeents for the American Lady Corset.
Agents for Butterick Patterns.
Ask for Coupons for
BEFORE YOU AGAIN !
We're a restless crowd-We are never satisfied?
IN THIS HUSTLING AGE of competition PBICES TELLS and EVERYBODY tell? the price,
which accounts for our constant growing trade. A customer floats Into our place, buya A BIG BAR
GAIN, goes back boroo, spouts it out to ber neighbors and friends about tho Cheap Gooda abo purchased
at THE MAGNET. If ehe bad vipt her mouth shut we possibly could get through our wort earlier
in tho day. But ?hat's the use siklnpr, wheo a woman buys such Powerful Bargains as we offer ? It
is lmpos Bibi o for her to keep her mouth closed. Keep on shouting about us, ladles, for yon hare some
thing to about about. We think all the moro of you for keeping us on the quick electric track until 12
o'clock at night. Here are some of the pleasant remarks made to ns about our Store : What a pretty
Store. What nice goods. How cheap. This is tho kind of a Store Anderson needs. How do you man
age to get such nice Goods and sell them so much cha?ner than everybody else ? Got the most Gooda
for the money I over got. Have traded only filf ty cento, and do beliove that I hare saved at least nev
on teen cents on tho amount. I love to trade at such a Store. Some eren say that they believe that oar
brother stole the Goods. We ha v n't got a brother. i.or did we steal them, but bought them with an eye
a' - ile to gi voyou your money's worth. Remember, everything from One to Twenty-five Cents. Noth
L. sold 07er Twaoty-flTe Cents.
We carry a complete assortment of Dry Goods, H'sAetj, Underwear, Neckwear, Jewelry, Novel
ties, Fancy Goods, Stationery, School Supplies, Tobacco, Groceries, Tinware, Hardware, Woodenware,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp Goods, Tors, Candy. Ac. Ia proof of above quote yon a few prices to
give you an Idea of how we sell them. JUST AS EASY as roiling off a leg. :
One Gallon White Granite Milk Pitcher, sold for 85c and 40c, oar price.........................25c
Three Qt. " .. .. .. ?. 25o ,u ..._....15o
Three Pt. " , " M u . " 20o " _."~........10c
One Qt. ?. ? .. .... j Bc ? .. ",;,^;;,^",;"^,;^.;?,.?o
Cream Pl?c?ieis that sell for 10c and 12c, oar price...........t..... 8?
Biggest sire Meat or Vegetable Dish, sella for 40c and 80e, our price.............................zSc
Tbla is tho best Ware and newest patterns. .
TIN WABE IS OUB PET I
Eight Quart Dish Fan (full alzo,) worth 16c, specially pricid.......................,10c
Three Quart Coffee Pot " " 12c, " " ........_.?.......~..,...10e
Ten Quart Milk Bucket " " 15c, " ......-.....-Ho
Two Quart COT. Bucket 7c, - " ~..Bc
Four Quart Cov. Bucket " ?' 12c*. .? " . .Ito
Ten Quart COT Bocket " " 28c, " "_i ..^.""....?.JZOo
Great Big Kitchen Piteher, " 10c, M M..*?>*....... 8o
AGATE WABE at some Stores is high, but how is this for low ?
Three Quart Pudding or Pie Pan only 10c. Four Quart Pudding or Pie Pan 120. Five Quart Pad
ding or Pie Pan only He. Six Quart Pudding or Pie Fan only Ibo. Batter Bowls 5c, 10e and 20c, worth.
doable tho price. Towel Boilers, something ..very body needs, for 7c, 10c and" 1 Ce Tooth Picks Be a.
quart Asbestos 8U>TO Mats only So. Black Japanned Fire Shorel, m. inches long, 8c. Machino OIL.
best goods. Bc bot Je. Tacks lc per box. Shoe Rivets three boxes tor Bo. Hand taws, warranted, 28s.
Key Hole Sawn 10c. Pad LocksTOc, 18c, 20c acd 25c.
All onr prices guaranteed to read like th? above. Come to see ns.
Yours always truly, . ?
JOHN A. AUSTIN AM> THE D??GNET,
Nest to Font OfQoe. High Frica Breakers auld Lew Price Makers.
IF YOU ARE A PURCHASER OF
Our Prices and Goods will surely Tempt Ton.
We have always given good values in this line, and there ia no reason*
why we should not do the same for you. lu buying Shoes you want to look
at the quality as well as the price. Ours stand the closest inspection and are -
well made and durable. '
We use the utmost caution and buy only those 8hoes which we absolutely
know to be of the very best quality. Wo do not experiment with various
lines but stick to those which have the manufacturers as well as onr guarantee .
behind them, and should by chance any imperfection in workmanship or
loather occur, you will always find us ready to.satisfy you.
THE BIOH SHOE FOB MEST..
Thia is the most reasonably priced High Grado Shoe on the market. We J
have them in all the various leathers and styles. . .