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WEDNESDAY, SHIT. 3. iy?2.
Corner Creek Dots.
The much talked about primary elec
tion lias come and is an event of the
patt now; the tale has been told, and,
of course, the successful candidates
are rejoicing over their victories while
the defeated ones aro consoling them
?elves over the fact that the majority
must rule, lt is rather a surprise to a
goodly number of people about there
being no second race among our Coun
ty otlicers and something very singular
in the history of Anderson County pol
itics. 'I'here was an unusual amount
ol interest manifested fn the State
Senatorial race between Messrs. Hood
and Ashley. Mr. Hood's mn ny friends
are indeed proud ?>t the handsome vote
tendered him, and also ol'his high plane
of campaigning through the light. We
firmly believed he would win easily in
the race, and consequently there is
great satisfaction over the large ma
jority given him last Tuesday*. Mr.
Hood is a gentleman in every respect,
and Anderson County should feel hon
ored by sending him as her able repre
sentativo to tiu- Senate.
.Miss .1/ay l?obcrtsoii, after spending
(wu weeks here with relatives, return
ed to lier home in Abbeville last Sat
urday. Miss May made a host of
11it.iiils here who will ever cherish her
Miss Lona Agnew, of Donalds, spent
last week here, the guest of her cousin,
Miss Nora Johnson.
ii. P. Gassaway attended tho Trus
tees meeting at Anderson Friday, be
ing a trustee of the Honen Path Grad
A large crowd were in attendance at
the Union meeting at Honen Path Sun
<dt\y. The meeting was an interesting
ono and wo think a very profitable
Farmers are now down to work in
earnest after a long needed rest. The
ch? ids have passed over and the sun
?'?Mies again bright and beautiful. We
.? I a glorious rain, which did a great
?Jeal ot good to the late.cropa.
The visitors have come and gone.
Our young people seemed to have en
joyed their summer vacation hugely,
but now tlie summer has nearly ended
and all must go to work and off to
p. i i ?a J/aude K.sy, of Ii read mo nth,
?pent last Saturday night and Sunday
Irere with her friend, Miss Cliva Gassa
Kev. L. E. Campbell spent hist Sat
urday night here with the family of li.
With best wishes to all, wo are tho
Mrs. B. Bolin Allen, Ii. llerry Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. O. Johnson, Mr. Ezekiel
and Miss LeonaClinkscales, Miss Susie
Miller attended the Baptist Association
at J/cCormick last week. They report
a most pleasant meeting and a large
crowd in attendance.
Miss JnliaRobinson, youngest daugh
ter of Dr. Robinson, from Due West, is
visiting her friend. Miss Emma Bow
Rev. Hoyt, D. D., of Harmony
Grove, Ga., delivered two very able
sermons in the Methodist Church yes
terday: In the afternoon he made an
address in the Presbyterian Church to
the children on "Home Missions."
Miss Ethel Speer returned Saturday
after spending some time in Elberton
with the Misses F?rtBon.
Miss Ruth Fretwell. of Anderson,
has been visiting Miss Eloise Harper.
Messrs.. J. H. Sherard and Sau ford
Brown were in town a few days ago on
business. * -
James T. Baker left yesterday for his
home in Washington, after spending
his vacation with his parents.
Mrs. T. J. Bowmnu spent last week
with Miss Lucy Dear, at Deans.
Misses Annie Bell and FannicMoore
head have returned from Abbeville,
after a visit to relatives.
A protracted meeting begins Thurs
day morning in the Presbyterian
Church. The pastor, Rev. I. E.Wal
lace, will be assisted by Rev. H. R\
Murchison, of Anderson. The meeting
will continue for several days and the
public is cordially invited to intend the
Wilton E. Lee, a successful farmer of
Anderson County, visited thc,family of
Ii. Burry Allen last week. Vedie.
u? m mm -
.Burgess Brldj.e Dots.
Bruce, oldest m??? ?l" L W. llallis, id
seriously ill, and is visited daily by
Di. H uris.
tim road to Anderson is to be further
improved and shortened by making a
new road three-fourths of a mile
through \V,Q. Hammonds farm,north
of his house.
A road is also being built from ti.e
Harris spring to cross'Little Heaver
dam creek one milo above, here.
Our farmers now have a job pick it v;
cotton, and the crop is rather short
The crop of peas is very good.
"W. M. Smith bau a melon patch and
iby making a few pleasure trips to Bel
ton and Anderson, during his leisure,
has sold forty-six dollars worth. Who
has more strings to his bow than a far
The patrons of Union Grove School
will enlarge their house and employ
.two teachers part of the time.
Four ex-Confeds sent to the Legisla
ture! Life in tho old men yet. Ro
mark^.ble that two of them are Super
linten.'ents of Sunday schools, ana all
<cf ti.- ni lin good standing in the
Churchs . >
jPlease ?t me through your columns
express i../ uiucere thanks for all the
kindness et io wu me recently, and to
eityhd the lund of sympathy to all
who were lett. ?ud .u H IV to them,
.Buck is life. E. Z. Brown.
Dr. Momeut, of Brooklyn, N. V., viii
preach at Generostce A. R. 1'. Church
Wednesday night ami Thursday night
of this week.
NV. II. 0. YanWyck, ot Anderson,
visited ?it Mrs. V. e. sherard'slast
Mock. JU' and R. II. Sherard spent
several days at Hartwell, (ia.
Weare sony to state that Mrs. W.
C. Sherard is quite sick with fever.
Mis. Martha Campbell is also on the
Miss Kate Stevenson has returned to
Yaldosta, Ga., after spending a month
with her parents.
Mrs. Tani Sherard and her daughter,
Miss Lilla, visited at W. C. Sherard's
Miss Nelle Sherard, Kev. J. Y. Mack
and T. .!. Luskin attended the pro
tracted meeting at Hell's Chapel last
Mr. and Mrs,. T. M. Yandiver and
Mi.-s Annie llrown spent .Sunday at NV.
W. Ii. Sherard, who has been spend
ing several weeks ut Harris Springs, is
expected home t!n> week.
Mr*. Ham m ic Keiil moves this week
? to Ander.son to enter hei children at
t he < i laded School.
Hey. Herron is eondi'.ei ng ?i meeting
at I'ophir Springs Baptist Clune)).
Messrs. .lohn Clinkscales und Ked
Nantes, ol Abbeville Comity, spent
Sunday at NV. C. Sherard's.
Kev. I. K. Wallace occupied the pul
pit at drove Church Inst Sunday after
Picking cotton is the order of the.
Kev. NY. li. Hawkins, pastor of Rocky
Uiver Church, preached one hour and
twenty-one minutes on the subject of
generation last Sunday.
The ordinance of baptism will be ad
ministered at Rocky River Church
next fourth Sunday.
Misses Annie 15. Dalrymple, of
Townville. and Rosa Kline, of Ander
son, are visiting Miss Ella McAdams.
C. H. Taylor has purchased agin and
will jjiu for the public.
Mrs. Cai ric Royd, of Rowersville,
Ca., has been visiting friends here.
Miss Daisy Reil, of Lowndesville, is
visiting her uucle, W. J'. Reil.
Miss Leila Mitchell 'ins been visiting
friends at Due West.
Miss Beulah McAdams, of Ray, is
spending a week here with friends.
L. ii. ?nd K. D. Gable aro making
some very line 6yrup for their custo
Aug. .10. Farmer.
Toney Creek Nows.
Crops are good in this section just
now. Cotton is opening fast and we
fanners will soou have all we can do
to pick it out.
Very little sickness here this sum
The election was quiet here on the
Fred Cox spent a few days in Ander
son last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Vaughn, of
Belton, spent n few days here recently
Clift* Acker has got the finest corn we
have seen anywhere.
We were glad to see that Hon. Wyatt
Aiken made such a fine run for Con
gress. Several boys in this section
were in the Army with him and they
know he is a broad-minded, patriotic
and Christian citizen, and will he iv
credit to this District.
Rest wishes to the Intelligencer.
Sept. 1. Big Bill.
. - A fut man always has more trou
ble? than he has sympathizers.
- When a tuan goes at things head
first he often gets there with both
- A wyman's instinct makes her as
turo that burglars have tried to get in
she house as if they had left their
- Speaking of actions the most
painful thing under the hammer is
- When a woman is troubled with
indigestion she imagines it is a case of
- By rounding out the years youth
- In India 26,000,000 aores of land
have been reclaimed and rendered
highly fertile by means of irrigation.
- A ncirro woman named Julia
Smith ?vas ki 1 lcd by a stroke of light
iii g Lu a held ucar her home at Hy
m a ? t F lore c o C ou n t y.
- Tiie first of the new South Caro
lin! rico crop WAS received in Charles
lo'n Saturday morning. There were
Ri'i barrel? and the receipt is earlier
than list year, which was received on
September 10. The shipment wa?
purchased at private sale by Melcher;
?.V: Company, and came from the plan
tation of Mr. Bissel ou thc Pon l'on
river. Thc rice is classed as good.
- Mr. J. T. Turrar, of Columbia,
lost a fine horse recently which died
from hydrophobia. The horse and a
cat were bitten by his Irish setter.
The cat also died.
- A fire at Leesville Wednesday
night destroyed the town hall and the
mercantile establishment of Jacob
Austin and a barber shop.
COAL FCR SALE-Phone to J. J. Dob
bins' stable or coal yard.
FOR SALE-SOO acres of well improv
ed Land, one mlle waa. of Hartwell, Ga.
For further particulars call on or writo
A. P. M CHULLAN, Hartwell, Ga. 2t
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Churns! Churns! Churns! A lot of all
sizes.ofthe celebrated Cylinder Churns
Just rocjive.h Brock Hardware Co.
WANTED-lOfl pounds ch(?l?e, yellow
BUTTER. Must bu frosh and neatly
packed in,pou mi moulds. Prefer deliv
ery first aud middle of week*.
It-Sept. Dean ii Rttllire.
LUMBER and 8J11NG? ES for sale by
Elias Earle, Tertia, Oconee County, S. C.
Improvement S un tl? ern Bluing Cars.
The Southern Railway lu making an
especial feature of dinirg car service on
many of its through trains, and in order
to make dining cars more attractive than
over, aro now equipping all of these cars
with electric faoH and lights. A number
of the dining cars in through lines be
tween Atlanta and New York have been
equipped with electric fans and lights,
and these Improvements will continue
until all of the dining cara on the South
ern system will have these advantages.
There are verv few roads in the world
that have electric lights and electric fans
in their dining carn aud this improve
ment will be much to the already excel
lent dining car service of the Southern
Railway. \V. Ii. TAYLOE,
Aunt. lien. Pass. Agt.
Foley's Honoy and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for chronic throat troubles and
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarse
ness and ali bronchial (Uneases. Refuse
substitutes, l-l vans Pharmacy.
Relined, up-to date people al ways want
the best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among tho best PHO
TOGRAPHERS in the South. They do
not waste their skill ou cheap, fading
Are you uncertain or doubtful as to tho
best Grain Cradle to buy? Ask your
neighbor who ha? one of the old Seven?
Pinger Count's Cradles if he would ex
change lt /or ono ol any other style ? lu
all probability lie would tell you that ho
wouid not, and in doing so lie displays
his wisdom. Experience has demonstra
ted that they aro tnt? beal grain-savers
manufactured. They are sold by sulli
van Udw, Cv.
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Lishep, ol Agnew, Mich.,
"sys, "I have used Foley's 'Honey and
Tar in three very severe cases of pneu
monia with good results in every case."
Refuse substitutes. Evans Pharmacy.
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch. Editor of the Phillipa
burg N. J. Daily P^st, write?: "I have
used many kinds o? medicines tor coughs
and colds in my family but never any
thing so good as Foley's Honey and Tar.
I cannot say too muon in praise of it."
Like all other McCormick Machines,
McCormick Hay Raken are built on hon
or. It ls by far the strongest and most
perfectly constructed Rake on the mar
ket. You should certainly not buy a
Rake until you have examined the Mc
Cormick, for lt is the Rake of all Rakes
and the acknowledged monarch of the
grass held. Sullivan Hardware Co. will
be pleased to demonstrate to you the
points ol'superiority of the McCormick
Many farmers are careful in the selec
tion of a Mower, but careless in selecting
a Rake. There is as much difference be
tween a good and a s.?rry Huleo as there
is betweeu good and gorry Mowers. You
can suffer as much aunoyauce by slight
lng Lil? one aa tue other. The McCor
mick Hay Rake sold by Sullivan Hdw,
Co. is so much better than any other?
that IO; superiority is apparout at the ll rsi
glance of any one who has any knowl
edge of mechanical construction. Kind
ly cnn :uire them and be convinced of the
truth of this assertion.
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were et
badly affectod tb at I had many hemorr
hage*," writes A. M. Ake of Wood, Ind,
"I took treatment with several physi
cians without any nenefit. I theo start
ed to take Foley's Honey and Tar aud
my lungs are now as sound as a bullet
I recommend it in advanced stsges o
luug trouble." Evans Pharmacy.
Foley's Klduey Cure makes the dis
eased kidneys sound so they will elimi
nate the poisons from the blood. Evaui
Do Yon Own a Nice nar? ?
If so, don't fail to breed her to Nelsoi
R. Green's lino colt, DIAMOND DBE, Reg
No. 35,785, now making the aeason for i
limited number of mares at R. B. Find
ley's Stables, McGee's old stand, Ander
son, 8. C. Th? beat bred Horse '.a th
A TWO-HORSE FARM to lease o
rent. Reasonable terms. Address W. J
Wyly, Westminster, S. O., R. F. D. No. 2
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," says J
J. Cox of Valley View, Ky., "that I conk
l\.\t xx'ry vlf rr* tr 15f?*^ ..?.QM?? ?Q I ?y.
menso size and ? was confined to my bei
and physicians were unable to give m
any relief. My doctor finally preacrlboi
Foley's Kidney Cure which made a wei
man of me." Evans Pharmacy.
Avoid sorious reBults of kldnev o
bladder disorder by taking Foiey 'a Kid
ney Cure. Evans Pharmacy. .
Perfection Attained. ' .
' Clifton" fancy patent Flour ls a pei
feet Flour. It ls impossible to put mor
quality and purity in Flour than ou
VClifton" Brand contains. "Clifton" i
a soft white fancy patent aud ls mad
from select wheat: every groin of whlc
was grown on Kentucky soil, the be?
wheat In the wide world. Only th
choicest berries are selected. These ai
thoroughly cleaned, and then by a spec*
lal process of gradual reduction are ooo
verted into Flour. You cannot get
I better Flour. Brausford Mills,
WAGONS-We have a large slock o:
hand that we want to dispose of at way
down prices. Vandiver Bro?. A Major.
We sell the best and lightest drat
Mowers on earth. Come aud see then
Vaudlver Bros. A Mohr.
For the benefit of our customers tw
of our laigeat mills have shipped uso
consignment a largo quantity of J^nni
Outings, Checks. Hlckorv Stripes, Che
vlots, ??to. Tho Mills paid the freight!
and we can st-11 them to you at the faetr
rv prices. See us ou Hosiery, Hat-H, Shoe*
Pants, Overalls, Drawers, eto. Remera
bor wo are Mill Agents, and can ?ave yo
all tho intermed?ate profits and drum
mera' commissions. We ask every mei
chant i'i need nf any of above ll OHS t
allow us to submitk samples and pricrei
Thanking you for oast favors,
WEBB it CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agent!
A good Mower and Rake will soo
save enough grain to pay cost of a&?n<
The best machines to buy aro thoso mot
simple lu construction and those that wi
roquiro tho fewest repairs. If you wi
ask tho owner of a McCormick wbie
machino to buy he will tell you.that h!
Investment In a McCormick could ne
have been more wisely made.' Act o
his experience and accept hi? endorse
ment and buy a McCormick from Sull
van Hdw. Co.
PHOTOGRAPHS-Look here, I ai
prepared to do you good, honest work at
very low price. I mean work that wi
not fade. At Collins old stand, Nor!
aide of Square. E. M. Snipes.
If jour Bicycle needs truelng up i
you noed a set of new Tires gives us
call. Brock Hardware Co,
You will lind a big stock of Viet?
! Sweep Wing?, all sizes, at Brock Han
Doctors Could not|Help Her.
"X bad kidney trouble for years
writes Mrs. Kay mond Connor of Shel to
Wash , "and tho doctors could not he
me. I tried Foley's Kidney Care, ai
the very first dose save me relief and
am now cured. I cannot say too mu
for Foley'a Kidney Core." Kt ano Ph?
The New Store,
ANDERSON, S. C.,
" Ciioapr lin all otter Stores Mt for 1 Cas? My."
We offer Great Bargains in all of our Departments.
A very nice quality Outing Flannels, dark colors, worth 5c. 3c
New Patterns of Dark Percales, worth 8c.per yard 5c
New pattern of Choice Shirting Checke, worth 5c.per yard 3c
Ladies' Fine Dongola Shoes, worth 81.50 to 82.50a pair; if you can find
your size on centre table. 98c
Men's Linen Collars, Lion Brand, guaranteed newest styles, sold every
where at 15c..our price 10c
Ladies' Felt Walking Hats, in the ^ery latest styles, sold everywhere at
75c aud 81.00.our price 25c. and 50c
"Wi B.'* Erect Form Corset*, sold elsewhere at 81.25.our price 81.00
"W. B." Long and Short Waist, sold elsewhere at 81.00.our price 75c
R. & G. Long and Short Wai?t, sold elsewhere at 81.00.our price 50c
Children's Black Ribbed Hose, sold elsewhere at 8c.our price 5c
This Store is FULL of
Come and lat us show yon where you can SAVE many
pennies on small purchases.
LITTLE PO?TO RICO CIGARS,
The above Cigars are the best for the money on the market.
Cine o's are Domestic, 6c,
Little Porto Rico's are Imported, 5?
Imports or Domestic, three for 10o.
Little Havanna'?, three-for 5c.-can send by mail.
ANDERSON, S. C.
Starvation Prices Here ! !
-We have a Big Stock of
SHOES, PANTS, HATS AND DRY GOODS
? THE PRICE will sell them.. The Good's will do their own talking. We
can't afford to spend much time br advertising,space on them at .these prices,
so just quote them. It takes Spot Cash to move them at these prices, so don't
ask us to charge them or eXchaugo them after you buy them. We can't afford
any expense at all-in disposing of them al the figures quoted below :
A good Brogan, Split Leather Shoe,, (size 6 and 7,) 85c. Other sizes
?1.00. A First Class, AU Leather, Whole Stock Brogan, (size 6 to 7,) $1.00.
Other sizes $1.15. A Smooth Calf or Cordovan Shoe, (6 and 7,) 85c. Other
sizes $1.00. . *- 'v *'*
Light-weightJeaos Pjufctt (.sizes~30x30 to 32x32,) 45c. Boys' sizes 26x25
to 29x20,) 45c. . Other sizes in Men's 65o. A beautiful Moleskin Pants, reg
ular price $1.25, to go at 75o. Only ? few left, and those aro desirable sizes.
. HATS I
This stook.is praewpalily now, but will be sold at a sacrifice. We?promis
a Bargain in every sale'.
i;.h. . O RY GOODS!
Thes? are desirable le iders and will be sold at most attractive prices
Our Summer Goods mu.st gout any cost, and it will pay you to come direct to
our counters before goiOgols'iWherc.
Tf you like to piok first choice now is your opportunity.
DEAN & RATLIFFE.
WE have prepared for Hard Times
by buying the LARGEST 8tock of
Ever in Anderson, and have bought
at Hard Times Prices. There wilf he
no Hard Times for yon when * on buy
from us, for we have the prices lower
/than you have, ever heard of thom be*
* fore, and yon can now buy two dol
lara worth of Furniture for one. ..
Come to se? ns and we will convince
yon of the fact that you can SAVE
money by buying any price of Furni
ture from us.
LARGEST STOCK? LOWEST PRICES. BEST GOODS.
C F. TOLLY & SON, Depot Street.
UNDERTAKING and EMBALMING.
Our Buyer, who is now in the Eastern markets looking
after Mid-Summer Wearables, has been very fortunate in
securing some of tho greatest values that have ever been put
before the people of Anderson and vicinity. Below we give
you an idea of the many interesting things we are showing :
One lot Dimities and Lawns, regular 8c values, we Bell for. 3c
Three thousand yards of Remnant Lawns, regular price in piece 10c to
25c, now. 50
One thousand yards oi Lappett'd Swiss, 15c quality, to go at.. gg
One thousand yards Lonsdale Cambric, remnants, from 1 to 15 yards... 7?e
500 yards Wamsetta and New York Mills Bleaching, in remnants..7}Q
One lot Long Cloth, remnants.?. 5o
One lot English Long Cloth, very line quality, 12 yards piece... .81.C. dach'
Teu pieces Batiste, per yard.,... 4Jo
Fifteen pieces Orgaudie, elegant quality, per yard. 6o
One piece hemstitched Table Damask, 60 inches wide, per yard.75?
One piece hemstitched Table Damask, 72 inches wide, fine quality...... 85c
One piece hemstitched Table Damask, 72 inches wide, beet quality.81.25
A beautiful line of Ru fited Curtains, per pair, from.81.00 to $1.75
25 dozen Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose, assorted styles, reduced from
1000 yards Cannon Cloth.6fo
Five gros3 Armour's Fine Art Toilet R??ap, (three cakes to box,) to in
troduce this Soap we make the price. - .18c a box, 65c dozes
Tiini. ncr? ????ierly o?lu ai
15c cut to. 10c
20c cut to.12ic
50c cut to.'.. 35c
I ? ?J
For Men, Women and Children.
Two Buyers are in the Northern markets buying great Bar
gains. Buying the beat and choicest Goods. We have hot
the time to quote you prices, as we are too busy marking up
If you are looking for good, and reliable Goods ORE A.?,
LESSEE'S is the place you are hunting for. We shall quote
you prices in our next advertisement that viii astonish the
We have jur/t .received a big lot of Premium Goods, and
they are beautiful styles.
Come around and look through our Stock, and if you do
not <?et suited you need not buy.
Our Shoe Department ls now complete. Let us fix the
children up in Shoes for the little folks, also in other goods
Our Millinery Buyer has just returned ITO New York
and our Stock is now complete*
Be sure and come in and inspect our Stock before buying
LESSER & CO.,
UNDKR MA80?IO TEMPLE. LEA.DBRS ;OF LOW PRICKS ?