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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1902,
Tlie New Colton Mill.
A talk with Mr. J. A. Brock aud Mr.
U. E. Ligon developed the facts that
the work of erecting tho new $500,000
cotton mill will probably begin within
the nest thirty days.
The capacity of the n tit will bo not
less than ?0,000 spindles and 700 or 800
looms. There will also be in connec
tion a large dyeing and finishing plant.
The class of goods to ho manufactured
will be different from any manufac
tured in this section heretofore. They
wJIl be ginghams, madras ami dometts,
or flannelettes. This will be a new de
parture, but by no means au experi
ment. Tho experimental period has
been passed; our industrial develop
ment is ripening into rapid progress
and this departure is ?juite natural.
The machinen' to be used will not
differ materially from the machinery
used in tho manufacture of sheeting
except in the looms. These will be
quite difierent, and, ol course, the
goods produced will be in colors.
The mill building will probably be
two stories only, and with the dyeing
and finishing plant and the IV" cot
tages to be erected for the operatives,
will cover about seventy-live acres of
ground. The location has not been
definitely decided upon. The advan
tages of several locations are heiug
discussed. In all probability the loca
tion selected will be along the Blue
Kidge Kai h oad between the Anderson
cotton mills and the Cox mill. This
property belongs to Mr. H. E. Ligon
aud contains IMG acres. It Is a very
desirable location, both in point of
healthfulness and shipping facilities,
and it is understood that Mr. Ligon is
offering it very low. While her? for
the purpose of securing tho conn act
foi drawing the plaits of the mill, Mr.
C. IL Makepeace surveyed this prop
erty, but it was \ olvntary on Ins pui r,
v? :t view to Raving expeu.se in the
!.: tl lis location was decided upon,
-..cured the contract for thcengi
..-ork and Iiis assistant, Mr. Bib
<MM.-nein, of Spartanburg, will have
charge when the work begins.
The power used will be steam. This
is due principally to the fact that sufii
cient electric power cannot be furnish
ed by the Water, Light and Power
Company in addition to furnishing the
Anderson cotton mills, Orr mill nnd
the many minor industries of the city.
A commission to organize has been
granted by tho Secretary of State to J.
A. Brock, IL E. Ligon, N. IL .Sullivan,
J. E. Barton, Geo, W. Evans and IL S.
?Ligou, in pursuance of which the books
of subscription were formally opened
in the Court room yesterday and will
continue open at the Bank of Anderson
until our people at home, desiring to
do so, have had an opportunity to sub
scribe to (lie stock. Of lhe 8000,000
capital it was decided that ?lOO.OOOor
more should be furnished by people
here, and this is being very cheerfully
done. The remainder of the capital
stock is in easy touch of Messrs. Ilrock
and Ligon when our people get
The name decided upon for the mill
is "Brogon" cotton mills, the word
"Brogon" being formed by a combina -
tion of th? first three letters of the
name Brock and last three letters of
the name Ligon. This was suggested
by many and appears quite appropriate.
While North, Messrs. Brock aud
Ligon visited several large concerns
that furnish mill machinery and are in
a position to close promptly and with
out additional expense contracts for
all needed machinery.
Every detail has been carefully look
ed after by these thorough business
men and the beginning of work is only
a question of a few weeks at the out
At tho meeting of tho subscribers of
stock, hold in the Court room yester
day, a majority of stock subscribed be
ing represented, the commission to or
ganize was read, the lists of stock sub
scribed wore accepted, by-laws adopted
and the following board of directors
elected: J. A. Brock, R. E. Ligou, J.
E. Barton, IL S. Ligon, Geo. W. Evans.
C. S. .Sullivan, V. G. Brown, local, and
G. M. Whitiu, of Boston. Gue other
director will be elected later and will
be a Northern mau.
The subscribers, meeting being ad
journed a meeting of the directors was
held and the following ofiiccrs elected :
,,T. A. Brock, President; IL E. Ligon,
\ ve President and Treasurer; C. J.
Ern?&a Secretary and Assistaut Treas
In th? afternoon the directors visited
the differeut locations being consid
Sudden Death of Mr. Kay.
Anderson County lias lost another
good citizen in the death of our vener
able friend, Silas Kay, which occurred
suddenly at his home in Hopewell
?Vswnship last Sunday morning. He
arose from bed that morning appa
rently in his usual good health, went
to his stables and looked after feed
ing his stock, returned to the house
and ate a hearty breakfast. Later on
he retired to his room to take a bath
and dress himself to go to church. Re
maining in his room longer than was
expected, one of his daughters called
bim and? not receiving any response,
-entered the room and found him lying
on the floor dead. Ko had been tre at
?d by hie physician for heart disease,
and that disease caused his death. Mr.
Kay was a most upright, worthy citi
zen, and by his genial, sociable dispo
aition made a friend of ?very acquaint
ance. He was about 71 years pf age
.-imo leaves a widow, five sons and
tthre . daughters to cherish his meni'hry.
(Ott IW'day morning at ll o'clock tho
rrem^in*. were interred in the family
Varying ground, Rev. H. C. Martin
conducting the funeral services.
HMxmey to Lend un Ra*d Estate. Aoply
&0 QuatUelMum A Cochran. 48-2
Drat ll cf Dr. Milli ll.
Tho many friends ol Dr. Walter M.
.Smith -will regret to learn ?>} his death,
which occurred ut hi* home at Liberty
Tuesday morning, ut!)o'clock. Iii'was
:53 years oh!. Dr. Smith was well
known and very popular and thc com
munity loses a useful citizen as well
asan able and successful physician.
He leaves a devoted young n ile, who
was formerly Miss Nessie Glenn, of
Equality, S. C., an infant daughter and
a bereaved mother. Also four broth
ers. S. T. and J. L. Smith, of Liberty;
W. Ches. Smith and Dr. ll. Frank
Smith, of Kesley, and three sisters,
Mrs. J. P. Glenn, of Equality; Mrs. J.
II. Watkins, of Anderson, and Mrs.
Lawrence Clayton, of Central. Tho
interment tonk place ut Equality,S. C.,
his former home, Wednesday niter
noon at 2 o'clock.-Picketts Sentinel,
(fold .Met?ais From the Exposit iou.
The list of prize winners at thc Ex
position in Charleston bas been pub
lished. In tbe department of textile
exhibits gold medals wen-awarded tbe
following cotton mills in Anderson
County: Anderson Cotton Mills, sheet
ings und heavy percales; Helton Cot
ton Mills, llnunellette sheetings and
shirting; Orr Cotton Mills sheetings
l'elzer Cotton Mills, bleached and un
bleached drills, sheetings, shirtings,
pei eales and colored lining; Piedmont
Cotton Mills, sheetings and drills. In
tbe Woman's Building fourteen coun
ties of this State had exhibits, Ander
son County being one of the number.
Tbe three ladies composing tb? com
mittee on awards, in their report,
speaks of the exhibits, from this Coun
ty as follows: "Anderson county has
some very line painted porcelain work,
dishes, jars and plates, which ate re
markable in design, coloring and
finish. Some dishes decorated in roses
und one covered with wisteria, by Miss
Hertha Anderson, are beautiful. Also
a pitcher covered with tempting cher
ries, by ?Miss lianna Kelly, deserves
special mention. A covered jar ami
accompanying pinte, decorated in pop
pies, by Miss Kiora McElvey, are ad
mirable, as are some by Miss Jane Sul
livan. There are a number of aitistic
burnt-wood pieces in the Anderson
exhibit, ?md also pretty embroideries
and laces. This is one of the finest ol'
the county exhibits.''
Crops ate looking well in these parts.
Fine raius have recently visited this
section, and the farmers are feeling
The winds are blowing from the east
this morning, cool and low to the earth,
a time that tish will not bite, so says
Uncle Hilly Hols.
The physical condition of Mr. Wil
burn Freeman remains inst about tho
same, while that of Lucie Oeorge
Campbell is much improved.
Mr. J. .J. Martin attended the camp
meeting at Greenwood last week, and
he reports a pood meeting.
.Mr. J. F. Arnold and daughter, Miss
Mamie, visited relatives in Pickeus
last Saturday and Sunday and took in
the quarterly meetingat Mt. Zion, near
Central, s. C.
The Methodist parsonage at this
place is looking lonely these days.
Mrs. .J. W. Hailey and little son, Mas
ter Carradine, are visiting relatives at
Heizer, and the parson tell us that he
is getting tired of keeping "bach."
Miss Eloise Milford, of Hrovles, S. C.,
is now at ber grandfather's, Air. Abra
ham Holt, and henceforth her sweet
face will be seen behind the counter.
Come, boys, .his will be the place to
buy your candy and chewing gum.
Oh, isn't this a lovely May? Who
would not love to live to seen thousand
like it? The woodlands wear garments
of living green, while the tlower gar
dens blush from "Dewey morn till rosy
e**e." The winds are musical in the
tree-tops while the mocking bird sings,
as it were "a new sorjj.? The shrill
notes of the whippoorwill are heard
coming from the distant hills, while
the lightning bug makes bis coattail to
flash amid the shadows of night. B.
Miss Alma Smith returned home last
Thursday, after a two weeks' stay in
your city, the guest of Miss Mattie
Mrs. S. T. Wyatt visited her brother,
II. A. Iliche}", at 1'iCk??n, ?ftS?, W??k.
The most enjoyable occasion of the
season was a quiltiug given by Miss
Marion on last 1- riday. Twenty "youug
ladies were present, among them Miss
.lennie Hlassingame, of Texas. Every
body enjoyed the day to the fullest
Rev. Mr. Whituer, President of the
North Carolina Conference, will preach
at Fairview M. E. Church on Tuesday
night after the tirst Sunday in June.
Misses Annie and Carrie Mattisou
anti Miss Lula Wyatt aud brother visit
ed friends near Piedmont Saturday
night and Sunday.
S. T. Wyatt and daughter, Miss
Janie, visited Mrs. J. fi. Foster, of
Olga, last week.
Miss Essie Henderson visited Mrs.
Bruce at Eosley recently.
Prof. J. ll. C. Griffin, of Helton, was
shaking hands with friends in our
Newt. Henderson and Leland Hen
drix went to Charleston last week.
They report u grand time.
Everybody is busy at work and news
is scarce. Bluestocking.
The following is the official program
of commencement exercises at Clemson
Friday, June 6-ll a. m., address to
graduating class by Senator H. D.
Money, of Mississippi. S p. m.. alamni
address by F. G. Tompkins, class '00.
Saturday, June 7-11 a. m., com
mencement exercises and delivery of
diplomas. 8 p. m., Glee Club enter
Sunday, Juno 8-ll a. m., baccalau
reate sermon, by Rev. J. Walter Dan
iel, D. D., of Charleston. 8.20 p.m.,
farewell exercises of Y. M. C. A.
On Monday evening, June 0, the an
nual commencement hop given by the
junior class, complimentary to the
graduating class will take place, and o
large attendance is assured. The
juniors are making elaborate prepara
tions for this most enjoyable social
Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: I Wink to express through
ttm columns of The Intelligencer, my
sincere thanks to the kind neighbors and
friends for their untiring help und con
stant attention during the long sickness
of my late husband, Wm. B. Smith. All
the children join me in this expression of
Mrs. Anna Smith.
The Summer Resort Folder of the
Southern Railway, containing much
valuable information, will be malled free
to any address upon application to Agents
of Southern Railway.
W. H. Tayloe. Asst. Gen. Pani". Agent,
Atlanta, Ga., R W. Hunt, Div. Pass.
Agent, Charleston, S. C., J. C. Ream,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
A good Hoe is needed by every farmer.
Sullivan Hdw. Co. have a line" of Hoes
tbat comprises six distinct patterns, each
pattern in all widths. Their liand-Forg
ed Hoe is the most serviceable Hoe ever
placed on the market. The blades and
shanks are of highest quality steel ; the
bandies straight, wei) seasoned and of
just the proper sl/.e to suit the weigbt of
the blades ; tbe set is such as every farm
er will pronounce perfect as soon as be
places tbe Hoe in his hand. The price is
just so low tum it cannot fail to jilease
We offer this week hundreds of pairs
of Sample Simes at pricer to please. Como
quick while we bave your number. Pri
ces on those Sboos too cheap to quote.
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer: 11 is made from a prescrip
hcription rif a leading Chicago physician,
and ono of tbe most eminent in tbe coun
try. Tho ingredients are the purent that
money can buy, and are Hcientilically
combined to get their utmost value.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Kinch, Ark., writes :
.'Foley's Honey and Tar is the best prep
aration for COUK?^, colds and lung trou
ble. 1 know that it has cured consump
tion in tho first stages. ' Evans Pharmacy.
Jobbers prices on "Sehapps," "Karly
P.ird" and "Blue Jay" Tobaccos. Low
"*L prieos on Flour, Colfee, Torn, Racon,
and beav3' Groceries. Vandiver Bros.
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kidman tilter tbe impurities
from tbe blood, and unless they do thia
good health is impossible, foley's Kid
ney l ure makes sound kidneys ?ind will
1 ositlvely euro all foran of kidney and
bladder disease. It strengthens the
whole system Evans Pharmacy.
Heel Sweeps will soon bo in demand.
Sullivan ltdw. ('o. have thom, both tbe
'i'ei n il and the Victor.
If you make inquiry it will be a reveal
tlon to you bow many succumb to kid
ney or bladder troubles in one turin or
another. If tho patient is not beyond
medical aid. Foley's Kidnev Cure will
cure. It never disappoints. Evans
Terrell and Roman Harrow Teeth can
be bought from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Wanted-Everyone who owns a South
ern Patent Well Fixture to know that we
bave the Buckets and Valves for this Fix
ture on hand at all times.
Brock Hardware Co.
Fo' j's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can Bafoly be given to chil
dren. Evans Pharmacy.
Traveling Is Dangerous
Cmstunt motion jars the k id ney H which
are kept in pla.'o in tbe body by delicate
attachments. This is the reasou that
travelers, trainmen, streetcar men, team
sters and all who drive very much sutler
from kidnoy disease in somo form. Fo
ley's Kidney Cure strengthens the kid
neys and cures all forms of kidney and
bladder disease. Gen. H. Hausan, loco
motive engineer, Lima, (), writes, "Con
stant vibration of the engino caused me
a great deal of trouble witb m y kidneys,
sud I got no relief until I used Foley's
Kidney Cure." Evans Pharmacy.
Foley's Honey aud Tar is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness?. Evans Pharmacy.
A good yield of enltou or corn will de
pend in a large measure on the kind of
Cultivator or Side Uarrow you may have.
Many farmers will differ as to which is
the best implement of this kind. In or
der to catch aud io satisfy all Sullivan
Hdw. Co. bave a line tbat comprises all
nf the desirable patterns manufactured.
The Perfect, the Roman, the Terrell and
the Klondike. An expression from you
as to which yon want would be appre
ciated by them.
Diamond Pointa f jr Harrows are car
ried by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
The Only Reason You Qon'L
A great many people are using "Clif
ton" Flour row who a lyear or two ago
had no ides of doing so. They didn't
know the merits of "CHP.on" Floor, and,
in s way, they wera satisfied with what
they were getting. It was good enough
so long as they didn't know about "Clif
ton " Bat it wouldn't be goodenough
now. They know about "Clifton" now.
You don't know about "Clllton" floor,
perhaps, and the other kind is good
enough for you. But it won't be when
you know all about "Clifton." You
might aa well learn about it now. We
want in tell you sud io deuiouturate all
we say. If you investigate and we don't
make good, you are not out anything.
But if we do make good (and we will)
you will have gained something. If you
prefer a good- family Hour, "White
Fawn" will satisfy you. It la milled
with tbe same care and out of the same
Bransford Mille, Owensboro, Ky.
The wise Merchants of North and
South Carolina are giving UH business,
because they see at a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber's or Middle Man's profits.
Merchant*, we ask you who have never
seen our Unes of Hoaierv, Pants, Cloth
ing. Shoes and Hats drop'us a card and
let one or our Salesmen call. You will
ase at a glance it is to your interest to be
numbered among our grow, ag Hst of
customers. We sell emly to Merchants.
Wishing you a prosperous New Year
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchsnts, Anderson, S. C.
Try a guaranteed box ot Wilbur's Cat
tle Powders if your stock are not shedding
and in good condition. J. S. Fowler.
Money saved la money made, and to do
this on s farm you munt have the tight
kind of farming implements and the best
labor-saving farm tool on the market is
our Keystone Adj Datable Weeder. Call
and let us show them to yon.
Brook Hardware Go.
In the 8prlng all Horses, Cattle and
Poultrvuoed s Spring tonic. I havs the
best-Wilbur's CattlePowders. Guaran
teed. J. S. Fowler.
W. H. Shearer, Surveyor, You will
find me at Dean & Rstliffe's. Long dis
tan oe Phone at my residence.
Yon will find s big stock of Victor
Sweep Wings, sll sizes, at Brock Hard
This is our greatest year. We are
proud of our record, and are striving by
every honest means to win von for a cus
tomer. Give us a trial if y-,u have never
done ao before. Vandiver Bros.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for aale.
Large and sin al 1 Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Clinkscalea, 242 North Main St
When you want first-class, up-to-date
PHOTOS call on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their new Studio next door to Ligon &
Ledbetter-upstairs. Satisfaction ia ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
If so you are the one we want to see most,
for here you will find an excellent line of
Shoes, Slippers, Oxford Ties,
Etc., that are to be io und in our city. This line embrace? all that ia correct
in 8tyle, Quality, Fit, etc., and when these points are considered the prices
are especially attractive. The Men, Women, Children, Misse3 and Infants
can find what they want in this Hue. We want your next Shoe bill. There
is no risk for you, as you get a guarantee that's good. Possibly you haven't
bought all your
If uot, we can interest you with our Stock of Muslins, Lawns, Organdies*
etc. They go at special sale prices.
All the New Trimmings iu Lace3, Appliques, Bands, Galloons, Medal
lions, etc. We make special mention of our All Over Embroideries, AU
Over Lacee. Also, a new liue of Embroideries, Insertiugs and Edgings just
See our P. K's., Dimities and White Goods.
Our Black Dress Goods are Second to None.
Our Colored Dress Goods are the prettiest.
Full line of hosiery, Underwear, Novelties, etc.
Also, Fans aud Parasols in a splendid assortment. *
It's to your interest to do your Millinery business with us. All the new
est ideas are here. The prettiest Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Swell
Hats. Ribbous in all the tints and colors. Our entire Store is filled with
Goods that please the eye and purse of the economical as well as the extrav
When in town make this Store your place of business, and it won't take
loDg for you to realize t?at here you get the very best values that are to be
Your orders receive special attention, and samples sent when wanted.
Agency for McCall Bazar Patterns-10c aud 15c. None better/
sser & Co
Grand Opening* Sale of New Spring Goods.
Our Xew Spring Stock is now Complete.
THIS MAMMOTH STORE is abloom with New Spring Merchandise.
Shelves and counters are piled high with the choicest products money and
brains could get together. DRESS GOODS. WASH GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS and GENTS' FURNISHINGS, all on a
broader, more lavish scale than any previous Spring since the birth of this
mercantile enterprise. Wo have brought here this season tho grandest, most
comprehensive Stock of New Spring Goods ever seen in this city.
Wc invite you to call and inspect the New Goods. The encouragement
that comes with success has spurred us on to greater achievements, and this
Spring we'll make the welkin ring with values that will turn the full tide of
Spring Trade to the doors of the LESSER BIG STORE.
Every article quoted below is 23 per cent less than you can find them
priced elsewhere :
20 doz. Ladies Colored Border Handkerchiefs at. lc
15 doz. Ladies White Handkerchiefs, nice quality, worth 5c, at. 2c
25 gross nice Pearl Buttons, worth 10c, at per dozen. 5c
20 doz. Felt Window Shades on rollers at only. So
50 dozen Pure Linen Window Shades, worth 35c, at. li)o
10 doz. Ladies Steel Rod Parasols, fast black, value 65c, only.39o
5 doz. Ladies Fine Silk Parasols, regular value $1.50, at only. 9Sc
G doz. Boys Waists and Shirts, worth 25c each, special. 15c
Ooe job lot Ladies Leather Belts at only. 10c
100 White Counterpanes, ready hemmed, value $1.25, at .79c
50 doz. Ladies Bleached Gauze Undervest at only. 5c
10 doz. Ladies Pompadour Combs at only. 10o
5 doz Childrens White Lawn Caps at only. 10o
WASH GOODS BARGAINS.
With a stock of Wash Goods that cannot be surpassed by any retail Store
in this seotion, and pricea ruling under any and all other Stores in this city,
we start au April Sale of Fine Wash Goods and White Goods that is unprece
dented in this State :
Beautiful line Fine Batiste, sheer and exquisite, worth 12}c, at.. . 8c
1000 yards Colored Lawns and Dimity, value 10c, at. 8c
2000 yards Remnant Colored Dimity at only. 3c
1500 yards Engydine Batiste, value 10o, at only. 6o
2000 yards New Spring Percales, light and dark ground, value 10o, at.. .. 7}c
500 yards Reversible Chambray at only. 5o
Big line New Ginghams and Madras, special per yard. . - 7c
36-inch Chambray, regular value 12$ c, at only.10o
800 yards White Lawn, worth regular 5o, at only.2Jo
1000 yards White Lawn, made to retail at 10c, our prioe. 5o
BLACK DRESS GOOPS.
Our Black Dress Goods Department is more popular than ever this season.
We are showing the most correct novelties for Spring and Summer wear :
Black Granite Broche Fancy Goods, 40 inchos wide, at only.20c
48 inch Black Mohair, worth 50c, at only. 35o
40 inch Black Mohair, worth 35c, per yard.25c
NEW SPRING CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHINGS, &C.
New Mens Spring Suits, very extra speoial at. . .. . .$3.25, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50
New Mens and Boys Caps, value 25o, at only.10o
New Gents Four-in-Hand Ties at only. 10o
New Boys Hats at only. 10o
New Mens Colored Collars at ouly four for. 5c
New line Mens Linen Collars, all sizes and shapes, at only. 5c
New line Boys Knee Suits, worth $1.00, at only.75c
New line Mens Percale, Madras and Cheviot Shirts, worth 50o, at.24c
New line Mens Fanoy Socks at only. 5c
New line Mens White Alpine Hats, worth $1.00, at only.50o
NEW SPRING SHOES ANO SLIPPERS.
NEW SPRING MILLINERY.
New line of Chinaware received for Tree Premiums.
Ask for Coupons.
LESSER & GO.,
ANDERSON, 8. C., UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
Fresh Florida Vegetables*
Snap Bears 10c. quart.
Lettuce 5c. head.
Celery 10c. stalk.
New Crop Irish Potatoes,
SPANISH PEANUTS foi PLANTING 6o qt. or 40c peck.
C. FRANK BOLT,
THE CASH ! GROCER.
We have been handling two makes of Men's $3.50 Shoes,
and in order to keep up the line of sizes we were forced to
tie up more money in them than wise business policy would
admit of, so we have decided to discontinue one line, and to
clean up quick we have cut* the price from
$3.50 to $2.50,
SPOT CASH !
This is a grand v/earing, dressy Shoe, and a groat opportunity
to get a good pair of Shoes.
This is a plain, simple statement of facta, without color
or exaggeration, and should impress you all the more fully*
Our Shoe Department can fit you up in all kinds of
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We are clearing out everything but good, high grade
qualities, and we will not let anything go into this Shod
Stock that we don't feel satisfied would give good wear.
Don't fail to visit the
We are having two interesting sales in each department.
Your dollar will carry great weight with- us, and will do
valiant service for you if spent here.