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Hay while the Sun
While the People are Baying.
WE ARE NOW IN THE PUSH,
( I Naturally so.
E HAVE SEASONABLE GOODS
We are: still harping on
Woolen Dress Goods.
an't help it. Our values ate great. We want yon to know it.
Some nice Worsted at 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c per
Excellent values in Woolen Goods at 50o per yard.
Some High Class Novelties Seasonably priced.
ur Black Dress Goods Trade
reaks all previous records. Justly so, they merit it.
Every yard at 50c, 75c and $1.00 a special value.
We are proud of our Black Goods, and always take pleas
e in showing them.
ourning Goods a Specialty.
We invite your attention to the following- ,
Black Armure at $1.00.
Black Peau de Soie at $1.35.
36-inon Black Taffeta at OOo.
We have a magnificent assortment of Fancy and Novelty
Beautiful Silks at 50c per yard.
In this connection we ask au inspection of our
We make it a point to secure the best at the price. Corn
fare our Linings at 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c with others.
fhe new dress facing. Used by tailors. Preferred by dress
?akers. Sold by leading merchants. Makes home dress
taking easy. Retains elasticity after being wet. Gives
ts the right flare. Once used never discarded. TTnsuc?
?Bsfully imitated. Real
? SKIRT SECRET.
The secret of the smartest Skirt is Hairette. All
the loading Dressmakers aod Ladies' Tailors use .>
H?irotto to give the proper effect. Hairette is
the moat thoroughly shrunk Dress Facing made,
and after being wet will dry ont and retain ita
original elasticity and stiffness. As a foundation
Inning and Stiffening for Skirts, Revers. Collars,
Cuffs, etc., it has no equal. It is shrank by the
latest improved process, and has a natural elastic
ity possessed hy no other goods. Ask for Hair
ette. Insist upon having Hairette, and see that
the came Is stamped on the selvage.
Ours is a most complete stock of Bress Findings and
Also, Spring and Summer Novelties.
Come and see or write for Samples.
Price and duality guaranteed.
Wholesale and ?ets? Dealers ia ......
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 19C2.
The fruit crop ra thia section waa
not injured by the frosts of last week.
So far the straw hat has been very
backward about patting in its appear
_ brantley Hart, who has been vlsi ting
nis ola home, Cokesbury, has returned
to the city.
Keep in mind that it is necessary to
put in a good crop of corn in order to
get through a hard year. .
W. F. Anderson, of Elberton, Ga.,
nos been spending a few days in the
etty visiting his brothers.
The large and attractive advertise
ment of Ii. O. Evans & Co. will inter
est you. Read it carefully.
A number of Andersonians are In
Charleston to-day participating in the
exercises of President's Day.
We invite your attention to the new
advertisement of Vandiver Bros., who
aro offering some fine bargains.
Jesse M. Smith and family have
j moved to Athens, Ga., where they will
make their home in the future.'
Miss Lucy Wilson, of the Colombia
r emale College, has been spending a
few days at her homo in this city.
If you contemplate buying a vehicle
of any sort be sure to read the adver
tisement of Vandiver Bros. & Major.
The chimney of Mr. S. D. Shearer
burned out last night. The firemen
responded promptly. No damage done.
The attention of the farmers espe
cially is directed to the new advertise
ment of the Brock Hardware Company.
Dr. R.'F. Smith, of Eosley, who is a
candidate for Congress from this Dis
trict, ?pent a day or two in the city last
Mr. W. W. Arnold, of this city, was
presented last week by hi? faithful old
cow with twin heifer's. They are real
Mr. Wyatt Aiken, candidate for
Congress, spent yesterday in the city.
His man/ mends here are always glad
to see him.
Willie Caldwell, eldest son of W. M.. |
Caldwell, of Pelzer, died on Tuesday,
1st inst., after a brief illness with
Hon. J. Perry Glenn attended the
meeting of the State Democratic Exe .
cutivo Committee in Colombia last
A firemen's tournament will be held
in Charleston May 13-15. The-Ander
son firemen should go down and win a
: few of the prizes.
The friends of Rev. J. L. McLin, who
has been quite sick and confined to his
home for several weeks are delighted
to see him oat again.
When you get ready tobnr your
Spring goods read the adverti ie menta
in The Intelligencer and you wi., know
where to go to get them.
Rev. J. L. McLin will preach, provi
dence permitting, at Mt. Zion Presby
terian Church nextSabbath morning at
the usual hour for service.
After all, it'^eems that a good deal of
commercial fertilizer, otherwise called
guano, will be used. Some of the farm
ers say it's no use trying to farm with
A special term of Court for Oconee
County will convino in Walhalla on
May 12th. Judge R. O. Purdy has
been commissioned to preside at this
. In their new advertisement this week
D. C. Brown & Bro. announce a few
specials in something good to. eat.
Read what they Bay and give them an
W. Y. Holland, of Hartwell. Ga..
spent last Thursday in the city. He is
an old Anderson County boy, and is
always warmly greeted here by nis many
Anderson ia ^rell represented to-day
at the Exposition in Charleston. Quite
a crowd of both ladies and gentlemen
went down yesterday morning and last
lu their new advertisement Lesser &
Co. tell something about their large
stock of Spring goods, and qnote prices
to show you how cheap they are offer
Monday was a very quiet Salesday.
The fanners were too busy speeding
the plows to come to town, and as a
cons?quence no big orowd was seen on
Mrs. E. A. Havard, aged seventy, of
Rock Mills Township, died Monday
afternoon from grippe. The rem nins
were interred at Roberts Church, the
ReV. J. W. Bailey officiating.
Married, on April 0,1002, at the Mc
Clure parsonage, by Rev. J. W. Bailey,
Mr. Walter D. Davis and M?SG Oretba
Fowler, both of Centerville Town
ship, Anderson County.
The first game of baseball in this
city thia season was played last Friday
afternoon between Anderson and Pied
mont, which resulted in a score of ll to
8 in favor of the home team.
Our young friend, Paol L. Barr, who
graduated iu pharmacy a. Jie Medical
College in Charleston a lew days ago,
v x? returned homo and accepted a po
sition in tho Evans Pharmacy.
A slight change has been made in the
schedule of the evening train between
this city and Belton. It leaves' here
now at 0 o'clock p.m. to make connection
at Belton with tho southbound I rain.
Some fellow upon whose hands time
bas doubtless hung heavily has figured
it out that Easter will not again occur
in March until 1075. This is too far
ahead, however to cause general in
The Ladies' Memorial Association is
arranging an interesting program for
the celebration of Memorial Day on
May 10th. The Crosses of Honor will
be presented that day to the Confeder
. S. M. Milford, of Kansas City, is vis
iting his parents and other relatives in
the Fork. Mr. Milford left Sonth Car
olina twenty years ago and this is his
second visit to the old homestead in
that length of time.
By the time the "foll moon in April"
rolls around it is to be hoped that the
frnit will be sufficiently advanced to
stand considerable cold. And its not
coming until the 22nd, renden; it less
likely to be a severe snap, anyway.
Last Thursday night Chiquola Lodge,
No. 83, Knights of Pythias, elected del
egates to the Grand Lodge, which
meeta in Greenwood on the third Tues
day in May. Tfce delegates are: Dr.
W. H. Nardin, Jr., and L. 8. Mattieon;
alternates, G. E. Prince and H. H.
Invitations nave been issued to the
marriageof lusa Bessie Bailey ?a nd Mr. .
L. M. Felton, of Hartwell, Ga., which
happy event will take place at the resi
dence 01 the bride's father, Mr. C. H.
Bailey, in Hall Township, on Wednes
day evening, 23rd inst., at 8 o'clock.
Mt. Wyatt Aiken ia here this week,
ii * mends are Baying that his chancea
loi election as the Congressman ot
mia district are growing better and
better every day. And lt is worth
neting that moro and more people are
saying thia.-Greenwood Index, April 8.
The South Carolin? Presbytery will
meet in the Presbyterian Church at
Abb ovillo next Friday, 11th inst., at 8
o'clock p. m. Rev. 8. J. Cartledge,
Bey. H.H. Murchison, Elders G. N. C.
Boloni.&n and J. M. Giles will represent
the Presbyterian Churches of tais city
at the meeting.
John. W. Billingham, for several
years Chief of Police of Anderson City,
ta dead, iso better or truer man ever
served bis people than Mr. Dilling
nam. He waa an ideal policeman, a
terror to tho evil-doer and a friend to
all who needed his assistance. His
Slace will bo hard to AU:-Pickons
Under the caption of "Progress of
Brick Manufacture in the South." a
recent issue of the Chattanooga
Tradesman Annual contained a very
interesting illustrated write-up of the
brick yards of our genial and energetic
friend, Capt. J. C. Stribling, near Pen
dleton, which aro sel atedand called
.'model brick works" in the" South.
The following officers have been
elected to serve Grace Episcopal
Church the ensuing year: Wardens, E,
A. Bell and R. C. Webb; Vestrymen,
Dr. S. M. Orr, P. G. Brown and M. L
Bonham. The following were elected
delegates VJ the Diocesan Convention
R. C. Webb and M. L. Bonham, witt
E. A. Bell and E. W. Taylor as alter
Wo have received from Margaret A
Richard, of Columbia, a copy or "Threi
Bells," a series of three stories ia vera
told respectively by the church-bell
the dinner-bell and the cow-bell. Th
cover design is the work of a Colum
bia artist. The poems are very we]
written, as ia everything from Mle
Richard's pen. The book will be seo
for 25o. by the author.
. W. J. Smith is at home for the vact
tion from the Charleston Medical Co
lege, where he has just finished h
third year. We are pleased to bei
that ne has sustained well his big
standing in his studies, he having h
his class on final examination for tl
third time. He graduates next yea
and we predict for him merited hoi
ora and a bright future.
The United States District and Cl
cuit Courts will convene in Green vii
next Tuesday, 15th inst. Tho follow
ing Citizens from . Anderson Conn
have been drawn to servo as Grand ai
Petit .Jurors: Grand Jurors-R.
Cheshire. F. M. Bagwell and A.
Bowie; Petit Jurors-E. D. Kay, J.
Townsend. C. E. Harper, S. W. Wfl
ford, Jr., and S. D. Bowden.
The State campaign is near at ha
and it is time for voters to begin thin
ing -:bout what shall be done'. T
clubs must meet on the fourth Sati
day in April, the County convention
delegates on the first Monday in Mi
and the State convention on the th:
Wednesday ir. May. Clubs are en ii tl
to one del?galo in the County con vt
tion for every twenty-five members,
majority fraction thereof. j
The Davis Shoo Store/ under 1
management of. W. F. Daniel, wh
has just opened business here, is 1
only erclusive shoe store in 1
"Electric City," and this week mal
its bow to the readers of The Inte
fencer. Read the advertisement ca
olly. Mr. Daniel, the genial manag
will be more than pleased to have 3
call, see bm atock and get his prie
and we advise you to do soi
Miss Lena Hughes died at her ho
at Millville last Sunday morning, ai
a brief illness, in the 26th year of
age. Her remains were interred
Monday in Silver Brook Cemetery,
Pi_T imr 1r.11-- _a__i
the funeral services. She was a
voted member of West End Me tho c
Church and was highly esteemed by
of her friends, who deeply sympatl
with the sorely bereaved parents.
Sheriff Green has .appointed He
A. Hendrix as Deputy Sheriff to e
coed James A. Dillingham, who
been sworn in as Chief of Police of
city, and has named Samuel J. Di
as keeper of the County Jail. Den
Hendrix is a nephew ot our clever
low-citizens, M. B. and A. N. Rieht
Bon, is a most excellent young man
has had mnch experience in the wor
his office. Mr. Davis will make a mc
"Anderson County Day" at
C hai. it on Exposition will beat
doned, for the present; at least, for
reason that up to this time the 1
roads have declined to make a lo
rate of fare than $8.70 for the rc
trip. Col. Averill held out the indi
ment . that a rate of $8.50 and pc
bly $8.00 would be made, but the rc
have not complied, (and unless the
So in the next week or ten days t:
will be no necessity for a special Cc
ty day, as $8.70 lia the regular fare
any. Tuesday during the month
this faro will probably be extet
into the following months. So
Mr. J. C. Watkins, chairman of
committee in this matter.
Invitations have been received
announcing the marriage of Dr. C
lie C. Geer to Miss Claude Edmund
of Atlanta, Georgia, which happy e
will take place April 10. Dr. Ge
surgeon in tho United States army
immediately after the ceremony
leave fdr San Francisco, and from t
will sail for the Philippine Islands,
is well known here and we join
many friends in extending c ingra
tions in advance.-Helton limes.
The ii nal" contract for the orectic
the Central Presbyterian Church
signed last Thursday by the boil
committee and Messrs. G randy &
dan, the contractors. The consic
tion named is $7,000, exclusive of
ing, heating and glaring. Worl
the new structure will begin wit
few weeks and will be pushed to i
completion. The edifice when
ploted will be one of the bandee
and most modern in this section.
Prof. J. A. Game well, of Wc
College, was in the city last Sato
and was greeted at the City Hall
o'clock a. m. by a number of ladle
gentlemen, who are interested ii
Sanizing a Lyceum Association ii
erson. The Professor in an int<
jng address explained the work
object of a Lyceum Association
told of the benefits to be derived
it. At the conclusion of his ad
an Organization was perfected
Prot T. C. Walton^chairman, ant
proposed to at once secure a sufi
number of members tb en sore thc
cess of the Association. A comm
consisting of Prof. T. C. Walton,
M. B. Kelly, Rev. H. R. More
and Mr?. M. L. Bonham, waa ap;
ed to secure the names and mai
other arrangements in reference 1
ri .>;.. C: ?y . 1
Last Friday night Haynie's grocery
atoro on North Main Btreet waa burg
larized. Tho burglar entered by break- "
Inga pane ol glaa? in the front window
ano carried a off small lot of candy,
canned gooda, etc. The police were
nooned Saturday morning, and in a
abort ti uie AV rd con Jackson, a negro
boy about 13 o. 14 years of age. was ar
rested and nearly all of the stolon gooda
recovered. The mayor tined him $10
or thirty days in the city chain gang.
; Mr. C. C. Langston, our junior editor,
left for Charleston yesterday afternoon
to join the comm: tte of arrangements,
of which he is a member, who have in
charge the arranging of the details of
the presentation, by President Koose- Q
volt, of the sword selected by tho peo
ple of this State to Maj. Micah Jenkius
as a memento of their appreciation of I
bis gallant conduct while serving with
the Rough Riders during our lute war.
The presentation takes place today on
the Exposition grounds.
The 21st annual reunion of the eur* I
vivors of Orr's Regiment will bo held
this year at Due West. At the last
reunion the placo and date for the next
reunion was left to the executive com-1
mitteo, and this committee ha\ 5ng re
ceived a most cordial invitation from I
the citizens of Due Westend surround
ing country, met a few days ago aud
decided to go there. Tho exact date 1
will be fixed later. A compuny of this
famous Regiment was composed of cit-1
izens of tho Due WeBt section.
A merchant may wait for people to I
find out that he has good things, and
has them cheap, but in the meautime
ho is apt to lind out that tho people
have been to somebody else while ho
was waiting for them. The moral is 1
that you should advortise in tho paper
that people read and then pick up and
look over and over again and pass
round the home circle, if you want
trade. Trouble might lind you be*'oro I
tho people do. If you have anything
worth advertising. advcrtiBO.it. If you I
do not advertise tue people aro justifia
ble in assuming that you have nothing
worth telling them about and do not
caro to invite their trade.
James A. Morrow, an old Anderson
County boy, who has been with the I
subsistence department of the United
Staten, and who was stationed at San j
Francisco, Cal., for a long time, and
from which place he made two trips to
the Philippines, has recently been as
signed to a detachment of the United
I States Signal Corps and sent to Alaska.
I In a letter from him, ordering the ad
I dreBB of his Intelligencer changed, he
I Bays he will bein Alaska several months
I constructing a telegraph line along the
I "All American Route to the Yukon."
I He is enjoying good health, and we
I know that nis friends in this County
I will be delighted to hear from him.
I Mrs. Lou Brownlee, mother of S.D.
I Brownlee, of this city, died at her home
I in Due West at 0o'clock Sunday morn
I ing last. She was ill for about weeks.
Three sons survive her: J. L. Brown
I lee, a presbyterian minister? R. C.
I Brownlee, a prominent .merchant in
j Due West, with whom the deceased
] made his home, and S. D. Brownlee, of
I thiB city. Mrs. Brownlee waa a fre
quent visitor to Anderson and her gen
I tie, geuial nature won her many ardent
friends. She was sixty-seven years
I old and a member of the Associate
Reform Presbyterian Church. Tho
funeral was conducted by Rov. O. Y.
i Bonner and the interment took place
at Due Weat.
I Mayor Tolly, of Anderson, deserves
I to be awarded the medal for honesty,
I and there is no usu to continue the
I search for an honest man, he is found,
and the mayor of the "Electric City" is
the man. He quietly came out through
the turnstile at the grounds, bought
I his car tioket and dropped it in the box
I at the entrance and took his seat in the
I car. Cityward Bped the car, but no
I cond ictor coming around to collect
fares, the mayor called him to account
and stated that he had neglected to ?
i collect his fare. "Did you not get on
I at the Exposition"?'' "Yes, sir: but I
I have not paid on tho car." The "Knight
I of the Bell Cord" dropped the nicklein
I his pocket and winked and the mayor
I of Anderson was happy.-Charleston
I correspondence of Newberry Herald
I and News.
Anderson County has lost another
I good oitizen in the death of our vener
able friend, Mr. Harrison Tucker,
I whioh occurred at his home in Hopo
! well Township last Sunday night, after
I an illness of several weeks. Mr. Tuck
I er was about 81 years of age, and was
I born, reared and spent his life in An
I derson County. He was a man of few
I words and attended strictly to his own
I bueiness. His life work waa on tho
I farm, and by his good judgment and
j energetio labors made a success of his
I occupation. His large plantation was
I a model farm, and it was always a
I pleasure to his friends to visit his
I hospitable home. Mr. Tncker had
.long been a member of the Baptist
I Church; and lived up strictly to that
I golden rule, "do unto others as you
I would have them do unto you." He
served his State faithfully during the
I civil war as a privatein the Hampton
[ Legion. Mr. Tucker married M?BS
Polly Watson, a daughter of the late
j David Watson, sr., and she with four
I souB and two daughters are left to
I cherish the memory of a devoted hus
I band and an affectionate father. The
remains were brought to this city yes
terday at poon and interred in Silver
Brook* Cemetery, Rev. O. J. Copeland
conducting the funeral services in tho
presence of many sorrowing friends
Wo offer thin week hundreds of pairs
of Sample Shoes at prices to please. Come
quick while we have your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too cheap to quote.
Bnv your Poultry Netting from Sulli
van Hdw. Co.
Low Rates to Charleston.
Commencing Tuesday. April 1st, 1002,
and on each Tuesday thereafter during
the month of April, the Blue Ridge Rail
way Co. will sell tickets from Anderson
to Charleston and return at rate of $3.70
for the round trip. Tickets limited three
days lrom date of sale. For further in
formation call on or write to R. T. Thorn
ton, ticket agent, AndersoD.
Jobbers prices on "Sobapps," "Early
Bird" and "Blue Jay" Tob?ceos. Low
est prices on Floor, Coffee. Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Grocer lon. Vandlver Bros.
The wise Merchants of North and
Booth Carolina are giving us business,
because they see at a glance that buying
from the Milla and Factories they save
the Jobber's or Middle Man's pronto.
Merchants, we ask you who have never
seen Onr lines of Hosiery, Pants, Cloth
ing, Shoes and Hats drop ns a card and
let one of oar Salesmen call. Yon will
see at a glance it is to your interest to be
numbered among our growing list of
customers. We sell only to Merchants.
Wishing yon a prosperous New Year
WBBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, S. C.
If yon want a Bet of Knives and Forks
for Christmas don't fail to inspect the
line carried by Brook Hdw. Co. They
ttsdy to please their customers, and their
large sales in this line is ovidenoe of tbelr
thorough knowledge of what will best
meet the requirements of their patrons.
This Store is recognised by the critical as the Store that
pta the pace
On Price I
We Sell You for Less than the other Fellow.
You naturally ask why we can rf The answer is easy.
Read carefully :
We do our own work.
We own our own Store-room-(have no rents to pay.)
We have no living expenses-(make our own hog and
We pay Spot Cash for our Goods, and have the best makes
obtainable, (so considered by the leading clothiers.)
Now, brother, if any man can compete with us trot him
out, we would like to shake hands with him and see what he
Yours for Cut Prices,
Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
A Few Specials!
25 Barrels Ko. 2 Plication Molasses at 15c. per gallon.
100 B?rrela ?fiv 1 Plantation Molasses at 18c. per gallon.
1000 packages Levering's Roasted Coffee at 10c. package.
These are rare bargains and will pay you to investigate
3500 bushels Sound Mixed Corn, bought when the mar
ket was low, consequently are offering it very cheap.
D. C. B. & B.
Any Article of Merit Creates Imitators,
But we make it very interesting for imitators of
Oliver Chilled Plows !
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 season.
PLOWS, PLOWS, PLOWS.
Pf*ectly shaped and properly tempered. The same well-known kind
that we have been handling for the past ten years. We have a tremendous
assortment from which you can select any style desired.
PLOW STOCKS, HANDLES,
SINGLE TREES, HAMES,!
TRACES, BACK BANDS,
HEEL BOLTS, CLEVISES, ?fee. ' _J
EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer in the line of AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS and kindred articles.
Sullivan Hardware Co.