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?Wo wish to say thai we are
ar ed for It !
A MOKE COMPLETE
StocK of groceries
Cannot be found In this city.
We are especially well fixed on
We have just received large shipments of all grades. Wo
can please yon in PBICE and QUALITY on Flour.
We certainly struck it lucky on
Have never in all our experience shown such a popular line.
To show our Molasses means almost a sure sale. We have
them from the low grad?s up to ?he finest New Orleans
Are hard to match. We bought heavily before the advance,
consequently we have no difficulty in meeting prices.
We are always supplied with
And Heavy Groceries generally.
To -Chewers of the Weed
We invite an inspection. Our TOBACCO stock is thoroughly
up-to-date. Big variety to select from at Low Prices.
We want all to know that we are in the
Also, that we are prepared for the
Bring your tenants and hirelings to us. We know ?ow?
to handle them.
We are working for thi Cash. Nothing answers our pur
pose so weil just now as the SPOT C %?H.
Merchants and Wholesale Buyers should see us.
To the Ladies
Wo will that eu* Dry Goods Stock is complote.
AU buyers of Merchandise should see us before buying.
WMesaie and Retail Sealers in
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, 1902.
rae com* HABKET.
Stries Good Miduling-S.
Eggs and chickens are in demand in
the city at good prices.
Dr. A. S. Todd, of Spartanborg, spent
last Sunday in the city.
The extreme cold weather continues
throughout this section.
D. Wyatt Aiken, of Abbeville, spent
a day in the city lost week.
Miss Alma Spearman, of thiB city, is
Visiting friends in Abbeville.
This changeable weather has brought
on an epidemic of the grippe.
Rev. H. R. Murchison and famiiy are
visiting relatives at Johnston, S. C.
The farmers are hauling out large
quantities of fertilizers from* the city.
QMrs. Joe W. Provost, of Charlotte,
N.e., is in the city visiting relatives.
An old weather prophet says we will
have one or two moro snows before
Miss Hattie McLees, of Greenwood,
is visiting relatives . in the city and
Measles, mumps and pneumonia are
prevalent in almost every section of
the County. . r* ,
Friday, 14th inst,, will he Woodmen
of the World Day at the Charleston
Col. J. C. Boyd, of Greenville, was in
the eity a few days ago and gave us a
You have only one more week in
which to make your tax return to the
Don't make it a habit to borrow your
neighbor's paper. The paper ia too
cheap to do that.
ThiB month has only three phases of
the moon. It will be manya day before
that happens again.
The examination of teachers for the
publie schools takes place in this city
on Friday, 31st inst.
The present price of corn and meat
ought to give the hog and hominy cam
paign tho front rank.
Our young townsman, Paul E. Ayer,
has formally announced his candidacy
for Adjutant General. \
Our young friend, Jake Gilmer, who
is now a "knight of the grip," is spend
ing a few days at home.
B. M. Shuman, Esq., one of Green
ville's popular lawyers, was in the city
Monday attending Court.
Mrs. S. Bleckley and Mrs. Carrie Mc
Cully are visiting friends in Charleston
and viewing the Exposition.
Dr. J. B. Townsend, of Anderson, is
down visiting his family and old
Mrs. H. C. Townsend and Miss Leila
White are visiting friends in Charles
ton and seeing the Exposition.
Chas. D. Brown, the popular agent of
the Soi 'hera Railway at Abbeville,
S. C., spent last Sunday in Anderson.
Representatives Prince and Rocker
came up from Columbialast Friday and
spent Saturday and Sunday in the
The price of cotton is slowly but
surely crawling , up. It is the opinion
of some persons that it will go to ten
Our venerable townsman, Capt. A.
T. Broyle J, has about recovered from
his recant illness and is able to be out
Clifton A. Brown, of Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma, is in Anderson visiting
his brother, F. G. Brown, and other
W. F. Marshall & Co. aru offering
their entire stock of goods at cost, as
you will see by reading their new ad
The members of the Electric City
City Club will celebrate St. Valentine's
Day next Friday evening with a dance
in their hall.
City Clerk Maxwell is ready and anx
ious now to receive your city taxes.
The time for paying them expires on
tho 28th inst.
The day laborers have a pretty hard
time these days. Work is scarce,
rations are high and the weather]
The election held in this city last j
Friday on the question of putting in o j
sewerage system resulted in a majority
of 105 votes in favor of the sewerage.
It is said that the deep freezes that
this section is experiencing will havo
a tendency to so mellow tho land as I
to make it produce good crops this j
A young negro, employed at the
Farmer9? OU Mill got his left arm bad'
ly mashed in one of the ott compresses'
List Friday, and it may have to be
Married, by L. N. Martin, Magistrate,
athis residence, on Sunday morning,
Feb. 9, ?905, Mr. Josses A. Sn???sH
; and Miss Maggie McCoy all of Ander
Rev. B. M. Pack, formerly of this
County, but now living ki Atlanta,
Gu, has beeil spending a few days in
and around the city visiting old friends,
after an absene? ox about eleven years.
Last Sunday he preached at Salem
Church, which he served as pastor for
several years preceding his removal
from hero. His visit was so highly ap
preciated by his old congregation that
on Monday be was agreeably surprised
} by being presented, with a fine suit of
J clothes from its members.
TVe Rt Rev. John J. Monoghan, D.
D., bishop of Delaware, and tho Rev;
A. K. Gwynn, of Greenville, apent a
few daya in the city last week, guests
of M. Kennedy.
The friends or John C. Osborne will
regret to learn that he is confined to
his room with a severe attack of tho
grippe and rheumatism. We wish him
a speedy recovery.
Horses and mules are selling at a low
valuation in thia market, which ia due
to the scarcity of corn and fodder in
thia secuoa, and tho inability of many
owners to buy provender for them.
Numbers of our subscribers have re
sponded to our appeal for money.
There are still others owing, whom we
would be glad to receive payment from,
and that at once. We need the money
That interesting paper read by Mrs.
S. Weekley at tho recent unveiling of
tho Confederate Monument, is publish
ed on tho second pngo of The Intelli
gencer this weGk. It is worth prcscrv
ing in your scrap book.
Tho Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will bo celebrated at tho First Presby
terian Church next Sunday morning.
The UBual preparatoty services will be
held at tho Church next Friday night
and Saturday morning.
Farmers generally report the oats
sown in the foll as a failure, while tho
wheat is much damaged by the freezes
in December and January. There will
be a good deal of spring grain sowed,
which, it is hoped, will do well.
To-dny is Ash Wednesday, tho be
ginning of the lenten season, Good
Friday will como early this year, on
the 28th day of March, and Easter
Sunday will be the 80th-too early
for much of a display of Spring milli
The time for holding the regular
Sunday morning services at Yarennes
Church has been changed from the
fourth Sunday to the third Sunday in
each month. Tho pastor, Rev. H. C.
Fennel, will preach there next Sunday
morning at ll o'clock.
Mrs. Helen L. Bullock, an organizer
of Woman's Christian Temperance
Union?; arrived in Anderson this
morning, and to-night will deliver a
temperance address at the City Hall
by invitation of the Union of this city.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend. . .
Our wide awake merchants are now
making room for their Spring stock
and are daily adding many saleable
and seasonable gooda to their bargain
counter stock at greatly reduced prices.
Watch the advertisements in The In
telligencer and you will know where to
People who are disposed to think
and talk too much of hard times
ahonld stop a minute and reflect.
Times may be pretty tight in many
instances, but think of the 4 and 5
cents cotton in 1894 and of the busi
ness paralysis of that time. By com
parison the present situation is a
The Legislature has fixed the sala
ries of the officers of Anderson Coun
ty aa follows: Auditor, $1,600; Super
Visor, $000; Clerk of Court, $600; Cor
oner, $200; Sheriff, $1,800; Treasurer,
$1,600; Superintendent of Education,
$740; Clerk of County Commissioners,
$800. The Sheriff is allowed 20 cents
a day for dieting each prisoner.
The ' Anderson delegation is com
posed of intensely patriotic men, and
Col. Robinson is one of them. The girls
at Winthrop will be glad to know that
the colonel's head hasnot "turned white
in a single night," and he declared on
the floor yesterday that gray hairs
ought not to stand in anybody's way
anyhow.-Columbia State, 6th inst.
Mr. W. Jerry Tram ra ell and wife
have gone to Anderson where they will
reside in the future. We are not at all
pleased to part with such valuable citi
zens and hope that they may soon be
induced to return to Wi Hi am o ton. Mr.
Tramm ell io interested in the Anderson
Cash Grocery Co., and will assist in the
management of their business.-Wil
Last Friday the etc ck of the proposed
cotton mill at Honea Path was increas
from $29,000 to $40,000. It is believed
by those interested that an additional
$10,000 will be raised in the next few
days, making a capital of $50,000 which
will insure the erection of the mill.
There are a number of prominent and
able men at the back of the enterprise,
and its success is assured.
Mrs. Polly Fowler, wife of John W.
Fowler, died at her home in Center
ville Township last Monday. She was
about 74 y?ars of age and bad been
almost an helpless iuvalid for several
months. Her venerable husband, one
son and three daughters* are left to
cherish her memory. Her remains
were interred at New Prospect Church
yesterday. Rev. W. B. Hawkins con
ducting the funeral services.
.Mrs. Cintha Allen, better known as
"Aunt Cindy," aged about 75 years,
died at her home near the cotton mill
last Sunday evening after an illness of
only a few days. She was a most ex
cellent Christian woman whose memory
will long be cherished by a large num
ber of friends and relatives. Her re
mains were laid to rest in the cemetery
at Bhady Grove last Tuesday morning.
Toe bereaved family have.the heart-felt
sympathy of this community.--Belton
Tho grand and petit ju rora wr~e
drawn hist Friday. The following
gentlemen compose the grand jury for
this year: J, W. Bowden, Pendleton;
John Eskew, Centerville; A. N. Rich
ardson, Garvin; W. T. McGill, Va
rennes; J. B.. Douthit, Anderson; W.
H. G:-.er, Broadway; J. L. Tate, Mar
tin; A. J. Smith, Garvin; J. J. Vaughn,
Belton;-Lewis Cromer, Fork; J. L.
Shirley, Mart?n; E. F. Reed Varenes;
A. B. Sullivan, Savannah; H. H. Gray,
hopewell; J. W. Thompson, Varennee;
I. .51. Hurries, Anderson; M. W. Calla
ian?; Williamaton, J. N. Bolen? an,
The Westminster correspondent o?
he Keowee Courier says: "Another
Confederate veteran has gone to his
eward. On the 28th ultimo Mr. John
V. Singleton died at his home, near
Taber, in this County, aged 78 years,
ir. Singleton waa a native of dickens
County, but moved from that County
o Anderson in the year 1872. Here
noved to Oeonee County about 10
'cars ago and settled ra the farm
mown to many of tho old settlers as
he Bluford Burns place, where ho
ivcd until his death. Ho isBurvivcd
>y a widow and seven children, ono
?rother, Mr. M. P. Singleton, and ono
lister. Miss Elizabeth Singleton. His
>ody was interred in tho cemetery of
Nazareth Methodist Church, of which
ie was a devoted member, on last
A NEW FLOUR.
To Enter This Market-The Clifton
Brand Mado at Owensboro, Ky.
Mr. C. W. Bransford, proprietor of tho
Branaford milla at Owenaboro, Ky., ia in
the city. Mr. Brausford MU * he ia tho
anly miller south of the Ohio river who
IB a member of the anti-adulteration
League, and that he lu hero to Introduce
bia famous "Clifton" brand of Hour,
which la sold under tim registered trade
mark of the League. Ile aayp tn ut ia ad
dition to being under oath not to uae
adulterants, the league baa bia bond for
51,000 to bo forfeited in ease any adultera
tlon whataoever ls fourni in bia Hour.
Mr. Bransford saya it behooves every
body to know what character of Hour they
are using now, an a poiaououa mineral
called I ? j'.ff 1B being extensively used
to adulterate flour, 83,000.000 pounds hav
ing been used the past year ' lor this pur
poae. 'I his mineral is just ss white and
lino an flour, and cannot be detected ex
cept by chemical analysis, but Ita deleter
ious effects will be felt by any one who
eats bread made from Hour containing it.
Besides being absolutely pure, the
"Clifton" Flour ia considered one of the
very best patent Flour on the market to
day, lt being especially recommended for
making lignt, white biscuits and rolla
and delicious cake and pantry.
The following merchants will bandit)
''Clifton" m this etty : Harrison & Co.,
Osborne ?ft Pearson, Vandiver Bros.. and
J. C. Osborne, and J. B. King at Pied
Subscribers to the Exchange will add
the following to their lists:
Albert Farmer, residence; Jno. Tate,
residence; Chas A. G timbrell, residence;
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.; Miss
Francis Lee, residence; Anderson Phos
8hate & Oil Company Warehouse; Gen
[. L. Bonham, residence; Hugh Rus
sell, residence; n p. Sloan, office; J.L.
Masters, residei ?e; W. T. Dean, Dean,
S. C., E. R. Horton, Lowndesville, S. C.
A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.
Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, Neb.,
write?, "My wife bad lung trouble for
over fifteen years. We tried a number of |
doctors and a pent over a thousand dollars
without any relief, abe waa very low
and I lost all hope, when a friend sugges
ted trying Foley's Hooey and Tar, whloh
I did ; and thanks be to this great remedy
lt aaved her life. She la stronger and en
Ioya better health tban abe ?isa ever
mown in ten years. We shall never be
without Foley's Honey and Tar, and ask
those afflicted to try it. Bold by Evans
Twenty-five Dollars will buy a fairly
good square practice Plano at the O. A.
Reed Muslo House. They are Intrinsi
cally worth donlwo that amount.
The ladles all like easy-cutting, well
tempered Soissoro. Brock Hdw. Cu. ester
to the wanta of the ladies, and csu fur
nish Just such SolsBors as will please them. .
Kidney complaint kllla more people
than any other disease. Thia 1B due to the
disease being BO Insidious that it gets a
good hold on the aystem before it ia re
cognized. Foley'a Kidney Cure will pre
vent the development of fatal disease if |
taken io time. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
The husband will always have a warm
spot in his heart and a tender place in his
nature for the thoughtful wife who pre
sents him with one ol Brook Hdw. Co's,
matchless Razors. The genuine satlBfao
tlon which these Razor? afford the men
makes them alwaya remember with
kindness the donor of suoh a gift.
WANTED, Hickory, Dogwood and
Persimmon Logs. Southern Hardwood
Co., Charleston, S. C. 4m
Foley's Honey and Tar ls best for croup
and whooping cough, contains no opiates
and cures quickly. Careful mothers keep
lt in the house, bold by Evans Pharmacy.
Nothing so cheap or so durable as a
fenoe made or Poultry Wire. Thia Wire
la carried in all heights and sold at low
est prices by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
A Hame that fita any Collar. Slightly
grooved on front to flt perfectly Into
those "whang-sewed" Collars Into which
you have possibly Md so much trouble
fitting a Hame.
. Winter cougha are apt to result In con
sumption If neglected. They can soon
be broken up by using Foley's Honey
and Tar. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
We offer this week hundreds of paira
of Sample Shoes at prioea to please.- Come
qulok while we have your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too cheap to quote.
Pocket Knives for the men and boys
a tremendous stock of most carefully se
lected Pocket Cutlery la offered by Brook
Hdw. Co. Special designs to suit the
Mothers can aafely give Foley's Honey
and Tar to their children for ooughs and
oolds, for lt contain B no opiates or other
poisons. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
W. H. Shearer, Surveyor, You will
find me at Dean eft Ratllffe'e. Long dis
tance Phone at my residence.
This ls onr greatest year. We are
proud of onr record, and are striving by
every honest means to win you for a ons
tomor. Give us a trial if you have never
done so before. Vandiver Bros.
Foley's Honey and Tar eures tho cough
caused by attach of la grippe. It heals
the lungs. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for sale.
Large and small Palma a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. CUnkscales, 242 North Main St.
Crystal Metal Farm Bells that have the
f; rea teat volume, of sound, more suitable
n tone and can be beard farther than any
Bella of corresponding size and price on
thia market, are sold r>y Sullivan Hard
Beat farmers boy best Plowa from Sul
livan Hdw. Co.
trise Merchants. '
The wiso Merchants of North and
Sooth Carolina are giving na bnaineas,
because they see at a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber's or Middle Man's profits.
Merchants, we ask you who have never
aeon our lines of Hosiery, Pinta, Cloth
ing, Shoes and Hats drop ns a card and
let one of our Salesmen call. You will
see at a glanoe lt ls to your In tere ?t to be !
numbered among our growing list of
customers. We nell only to Merchants.
Wishing yon ft prosperous New Year
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, S. C. ?
Some Straight Talk About
Childrens Shoes !
The time for doing a CONTINUED and LEGITIMATE
business on the "Below Cost Plan" never existed and never
viii. Comparison in Goods and Prices is the only safe way,
ind thi'.t we invite. Buy or not, nothing pleases us as much
ts visitors and comparisons.
OUR STOCK IMMENSE,
And we are offerine
In Pants and Shoes during FEBRUARY.
Big Reductions on all counters.
Don't mies our interesting Sale for February.
Seeing is believing-come and see !
Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
We represent the Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., the Largest
Manufacturers of Fertilizers in the World.
IN buying their gooda you get Fertilizers made by old, reliable Faeto
nes, and are guaranteed to be the finest goods on the market. Our aim ia to
give our customers better goods, better service and better treatment than they
can get from any other establishment.
CET OUR PRICES
Before placing your orders for large contracts. We can give you
Powers, Gibbs & Co's. Goods, the Stono,
Standard, Royal and Wando Complete Fertilizers and
Blood Guanos, Acid Phosphate, with or without Potash,
Kainits, Nitrates, Soda and Muriate Potash, &c.
We trust that fortune will andie on you during the coming year, aiid
stamp her seal of prosperity on every venture.
Sorith. Main Street.
Any Article of Merit Creates Imitators,
But we make it very interesting for imitators of
Oliver Chilled Plows 1
THE best recommendation of Oliver Chilled Plows is the fact that they
are used by all of the best farmers of Anderson County. Try them and
YOU will buy them. We have just received our third solid Car Load of
these Celebrated Plows for this lesson.
PLOWS, PLOWS, PLOWS.
Perfectly shaped and properly tempered. The same well-known kind
that we have been handling for the past ten yep,?*. We have a tremendous
assortment from which you can select any style desired.
PLOW STOCKS, HANDLES/
SINGLE TREES, HAMESJ
TRACES, BACK BANDS,
HEEL BOLTS, CLEVISES, Ac
EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer in the line of AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS and kiudred articles.
Sullivan Hardware Co.