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A pai ?lou for growth, a yearning for a largerlife? is char
actcristic of ail great souls. A man is me&su?$d by Ma pow
er to grew, to heccme larger, brader, ??Uss. *2h? int^lty
of his doBire to reach out and up dennes Ms capacity for de?
yelopment. A*? one, young or old, posjeased by a passion
for growth ia constantly adding to his knowledge, always
pushing Ms hodson a little farther. Every day he saina
additional wisdom;.every night he is a little larger thaa he
WFL8 ia the morning. v He ?rows as long as he lives. ;
"Man was made to Grow, not Stop.!"
The above applies -to firms as well as individuals. ..The
fina that has ceased to grow is to be pitied. We are proud
to say that our firm has ' always snown a steady, healthy
growth. Each succeeding year showing an* increase in busi
Forward the Bingle Gall pf .^?ntiettt^
We haye caught the step, and are marching on to greater
achievements than ever before.
We have studied the wants of the peopie^-have made
every effort to get
The Right Goods ai
We hope to merit the confidence and good will of the public!
We are in position to give the jeanie advantages in tracing
that others cannot offer. We c0xy an immense Stock of
And can supply almost your avery want. You can como into our Store end
make your entire bil).
OUR SPRING STOCK ia now ready for your immediate inspection.
In Woolen Dress. Goods
Wo sro showing tho newest io BL?.CK and COLORS
Are holding their own and selling freely.
OUR FAMOUS BLACK TAFFETA, 86 inches wide, at 90o peryard
is more popular than ever.
Cur tuaurtment of FANCY ??JK? for separate Waists ia ?ne.
This promisee to bo the greatest White Goods 'season on record; hence
ire bave a stock that would do credit to large city Stores. In fact a city lady
recently expressed great surprise at seeing such an assortment in a city the
azo of Anderson. \
We have White Goocfe at all prices, from 50q up to 91.00 per yard.
Are felling as never before ; in fact, nearly everything is being, trimmed in
?lace. Oar-- * *
Aie selling freely.
Om Capitol Kid* at 81.00, and Florine Kids at $1.50 are made and
iguarenteeti by P. Centemeri<& Co., one of the best known and most reliable
^ufactorers bf Kid Gloves in the world.
We ask the attention of House-keepers to our ??USE 3P?BNIBH
Pfl one that we are proud of. No one can show" you better o* more up-to-date
Footwear for Men, Women and Children' than we can.
Our Stock includes everything ia the way,of STAPLE DOMESTICS.
We show as good ism
any, at smaller prices.
Allow us to cay that We can probably save you money on
We do not play second fiddle. It is a well known fact in
|&B section thai t*ur position in the mercantil? rank is F?EST.
We are prepared to handle the SUPPLY TRABE,
Have put in a good stock of HEN'S CLOTH1HG.
We aro Ambitious to Uve lons. an&! grow ss long aa we
ifs. ' T . ?.'.v.-"
WlW)l8Me a?d Rott?i Shiers in
S WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1903,
TEM C0TT0I? ifASKXSS. ~~
Some early gardeners aro Dragging
on tho forwardness ot their garden
The wiseacres hereabouts ali agree
that the irait bas not yet been materi
The impression of the weather pro
phets ia that the Easter hat is safe from
J. J. Fro tar eli b?? sonic cztrr* ?uo
seed corn for salo. See his advertise
We are now having pretty weather
and the farmers are working hard to
. The young folks are already plan
ning for the pic?lo season,. which will
Goon bo hore,
F. H. Eilis &nd J. F. Bradley, of
Abbeville, spent a day or two in the
<elty last week.
' B. F. Martin, Esq., spent several
days in Greenville laetweek attending
the Court of Common Fleas.
The Chamber of Commerce recently
organized Jn this city has received its
charter from the Secretary of State.
Capt. W. .J. Kirk, of Cokes bury,?.
C., has been spending a few days in
the city prospecting with a view o? lo
H. A. Moore, who has been making
his home in Columbia for some time,
joss come to Anderson and will make
his home here.
Hrs. D. P. Ogiesby and daughter,
Mrs. S.O. Hawes, of Elberton, Ga.,
are in the city visiting the family of
Gov. Heyward has reappointed Profs.
T. C. Walton and L. M. ifahaffey
members of the Anderson County
Board of Education.
Miss Maida Goodgion, of Williams
ion, spent several days in the city the
past week visiting the family of her
uncle, J. C. C. Featherston, Esq.
We acknowledge with' thanks a copy
of Senator Tillman's speech delivered
on tho race problem in the United
States Senate February last.
. Street Superintendent Jackson, with
a lur^? ?urco o? hands, nco considera
bly improved the condition of the
streets of the city during the past
week. ' .
S. M. Johnson and wife, who have
been spending the post year at Kansas
City, returned to Anderson a few days
ago. Their friends are more than
pleased to have them as residents of
the c ity again -
Col. J? W. Trowbridge and a few of
the members of the old Young Ameri
can C?rnet Band met one night last
week and organized "The Citizens1'
Band of Anderson." A new set of in
struments have been ordered, and the
Band will soon bo giving the city Borne
Mr. Drayton McConnell, of Anderson
County, and'Mies Janie Attaway, of
this County, wore married Sunday at
the residence,of the officiating minis
ter and uncle, of tho bride. Rev. J. P.
Attaway. The bride is the daughter
of the late Rev. McSwain ' Attaway.
Picken a Journal, 2d inst. "*
\?*t Monday wss us???o?y quiet
Salesd?y. The farmers were busy
running their plows, and as a conse
quence the crowd in the city was not
large. The home place of the late
Julius Poppee. on South MoDuffle St.,
was sold at oublie outcry to oar young
townsman, David A. vsndiver, for
If you expect to go tb the Veterans'
R?union in Mew CV. loans next month
do. not neglect to send your name to
The Intelligencer OB soon as possible
so that a through ear may be secured
to run from Anderson to New Orleans.
The round trip fare will be only 818.70,
which will be the cheapest opportunity
you will ever have again of visitfug
the grand old historic city.
At a meeting of tho Anderson Rifles
last Wednesday ni^ht the following
officers were elected to serve the en
suing two,years i Captain, P. K. Mc
nally, Jr.; First Lieutenant, R. D.
Henderson; Second Lieutenant, S. M.
Craig. The other officers will be elect
ed by the Captain and the two Lieu
tenants. Tho company io in fino con
dition and composed or some of Ander
son's beat young mep.
? Next Friday .is Good Friday and
Sunday io Easter. Easter Sunday ls a
movable festival because it falls on
different dates. It is observed on tho
Sundaynext af ter the fourteenth day
of the Paschal moon; the Paschal moon
being that moon of which the four
teen th day (approximately the full
moon) occam on or next after the dist
of March. Hence Easter cannot occur
earlier than Marchas, nor later than
David M. Madden, one of the most
popular and -reliable engineers on the
Southern Railway, died suddenly at
his home in Greenville last Friday
morning. : He had been i- the railway
service about twenty yearn, and at one
time lived in this city, where he was
highly esteemed by a wide circle cf
friends. He was about 50 j ears of
age and leaves a wife and six children.
The remains were brought down to
Belton on Saturday and interred,
Dr. George E. Cpaghlin, a prominent
capitalist of Indiaaopolis, Ind./ has,
been spending a few days in this etty
prospecting with a view of building
and .operating an electric line in An
derson and - tootween Anderson and
Greenville, touching at Belton, Wil- ?
ifhmston. Pelter and Piedmont. He is
representing a company that is engag
ed in betiding and operating eleotno
railways in Indiana, and if ho is favor
ably impressed with the outlook in this
section ne will report favorably to his
associate*/ who will at once send engi
neers here to make a survey and . give
?ja estimate of the cost.
Col; M. P. T?u?n?,di Anderson, is
making abrief visit to this city thia
week. He isa native Laurens man.
but left hore and became a citizen of
Anderson in 1870, where he has since
resided, and in which County he has
held responsible public position, being
elected Clerk of Cen rfc several times.
He is now' a member of the Legislature
from his adopted County. The Colonel
is one of tue "boys" who went early to
the froht ia the warbetween'the States
and did his duty faithfully. He waa
recently ODCoinr/wl by Gov. Heyward
to prepare a roster of the soldiers fur
nished Tjy this State to the Confederacy,
under a recent act of Congress and for
which a largo appropriation was mado
hv thnt bo?y.u Nc better or more cap
able mn ti cou td have been selected to
do the workv~-L?ttrensvil!e Harald.
\v. 3. Sherard. who baa been attend
ing th? Atlanta Dental College, basie
turned to bis homo in thia County.
Will E. White, Fred G. Brown aud
M. M. Mattison. of this city, spent a
Sew days in Colombia laat week on
The insurance adj asiera bare given
the Anderaon Mattress Factory the
full ara ou nt of ita insurance on account
of ita recent tire.
If you want to knew where to got
bargains in noy sort of goods, read the
advertisement* closely in The Intelli
gencer every week.
Rev. Jobn T.Mann will preach at
Neal's Creek Church next Sunday af
ternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Everybody is
invited to attend the services.
, The baseball game, played at Clem
son College laat Saturday afternoon
between Clemson and Davidson re
sulted in a victory for the former by a
score of l l to 0.
? The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Riverside Manufacturing
Company will be held in this city on
Thursday, 16th inst? at 13 o'clock.
Out1 young friend, Guy Mnuldin,
who bolds a responsible position wi tb
the Southern Railway at washington,
U.C., is in the eily visiting his motbei
and other relatives.
Miss Pearl Norris, of Graham, Texas,
is in Anderson visiting relatives, af tei
an absence of more tuan two years
Her visit is a source of much pleasure
to her many friends.
Miss Harriet Dnbose has resigned ai
one of the teachers in the city achoo li
and returned to her homo in Atlanta
A?isa Nora Smith, of Atlanta, has bcei
selected to fill the vacancy.
The competitive examination for th
Annapolis scholarship takes place to
day in the Court House, lt will prob
ably be several days yet before the re
Bait is known.
Archer & Norris have just received
lot of new stoves and ranges, wbic
they are offering at prices that wi!
please. Read their new advertiaemen
and give them a call.
The Dexter Grocery Co., successoi
to D.tC. Brown & Bro,, have 818.0C
worth of staple dry gooda and shoe
that th ny are offering at ex&ei cost t
close out. Read ita advertisement.
Rev. M. B. Kelly, of this city, wi]
assist the pastor, Rev. J. E. Beard, i
a series of meetings at the M o tko dh
Church at Pendleton next week. Tl
meetings will begin next Sunday nigh
Sheriff MeCaslan, of Greenville
spent Monday in the city, and toe
pwvm ?r*vu luiu *m IT J / so nnUK
over there for highway robbery, an
who had been arrested here by tl
The city election on the question <
issuing $25,000 worth of street improve
ment Bonds and $15,000 worth of echo
bonds takes places next Tuesday, Mt
inst. -Only 220 voters have registere
for the election. *
The engineers who are now survej
ing the Tennessee, Georgia and Sont
Carolina Railway will probably rent
Anderson in a few days. They le
Walhalla la?t week and are work in
tteir way to thia city.
J. H. Anderson is erecting a comme
dious briok ware house in the rear <
his atoreroor now occupied by C. J
Reese. It will have a basement i
that goods can be unloaded dire
from th? cars on tho ray road.
The Denver School Glee Club wi
give an entertainment next Satortfi
evening, 11th inst., at Denver. TJ
doors will open at 7 o'clock: A ami
admission fee wiri be charged to he
pay for the Behool library. We ho]
thia Will be largely attended, aa it w
be helping a good cause.
Dr. W. W. Chisholm, who has bei
absent from the city since laat fall ai
severely aftlioted with rheumatism, z
turned a few days ' ago. His mai
friends are more than pleased to kne
that bo has fully recovered from 1
affliction and will resume the practi
of his profession, dentistry.
The Due West correspondent of t
Abbeville Press and Banner, say
"Misa Edith Dargan, who ia tcachii
in the graded sohool in Anderson, pa
Due West a visit last week, much
the delight of her many fnonda ai
admirera. Miss Dargan waa a teacb
in our pnblio school laat year."
L. TV. Jordon, of Seneca, who I
numerous friends in- this section,
Still Buffering from the injuries recei
ed last Summer in the railroad ac
dent, and ho returned a few days a
to the Johns Hopkins hospital in Bi
ttmore for treatment. Dr. J. L. GK
of this city, accompanied him to t
Mrs. Sarah Pollen died at her hoi
at Fair Play on Wednesday, 25th ni
from the offeote of a fall received
few days preceding. M ra. Pullen w
abbot 72 years of age and a most c
collent, Christian woman? and v,
most highly esteemed by a wide cir*
Of friends. Sne leaves a large fam
of children and grandchildren to chi
isa her memory.
. Last Thursday night at its- regal
convention ChiquolaXodge Knights
Pythias, elected the following de
gates to the Grand Lodge, which me
in Orangebarg May 12th: S. N. Oiln
and L. 8. Mattison: alternates U.
Seybc and Dr. W. H. Nardin, Jr.
E. Seybt waa elected Deputy Gra
Chancellor to serve the ensuing ye
and this will bo confirmed by tho Gm
Lodge. Cbiqnola Lodge is adding n
members to ita roll at every meetii
seven applications having been rece
cd. afc the last meeting.
Tjio ? now - postal appropriation 1
contains a clause that is intended
save postal clerks and patrons of
mails a considerable amount of wo:
It provides that postofflceB shall ace
for transmission in the mails quanti I
of not less than 9,000 identical pie
of third ?r f oarth class matter with
postage stamps affixed, provided tl
the postage is fully prepaid. T
wiLt save the cost of printing
stamps, the cost of selling them i
the cost and time of placing them
the separate pieces of mail matter i
the labor cancelling them. 1
new rule wh2 h J appreciated by bt
ness houses that sund out great qn
?! ? t.. _ jt ^.:_? - -
rSvivo VI VUVUIOIV?
William A. Bolt died afc his bc
in Qenterville Township last Wedc
day afternoon, after a brief Ulm
caused by an internal iDjury recei1
a week preceding while doing sc
heavy neting. An operation was j
formed on him, bot without eff
The deceased was a son of Wm. B
Sr., and about 88 years of age.
waa a most worthy, upright man, i
since his boyhood daya had been a
voted, exemplary member of the Mc
odlat Church. Ho was born, rai
and spent his life in tho section wh
he died, and was an energetic, aucc<
fol farmer. A wife and two child
survive him. On Thursday bia
moina were interred ia the Asb
Churchyard with Masonic honors,
being a member of tb&t order.
Hie Semelm y of State has issued a
pomiiM?Mon m tho Issaqueeua Cotton
Milt ot CeiUi al, S. C.. which will havo
acv.nt.il of % :o0.000. The petitioners
n^A u i Norries, F. B. Morgan and
Q. A. Robbins.
The pubi io ?B invited to attend the
special Easter service ia St. John's
Methodist Church nextSuudav after
noon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. J. M. "Lander,
recently returned from the mission
aeia in Brazil, wi.11 talk.
Miss Henrietta J/iller. a sister of
Capt. VY. Y. Miller, of this citv, died
at ber borne luAhhevilie last friday
afternoon, after a Joug illness. She
wasamost excellent woman, aud hus
many friends io Aoderaon County who
will regret to hear of her death.
Do you know B. O. Evans? He is a
member of the clothing arm of B.C.
Evans & Co , at Anderson, S. C., who
sen ?art, Schaffner & Marks' clothes.
Mr. Evans says that H. 8. &;M. clothes
?rs the best ready-to-wear clothes
made, lt you dou't know B. O. EvauB
you Ought to.
CampW. W. Humphreys, Sons of
Cou rederate Veterans, will meet this
afteruoon at5 o'clock in Clerk of Court
Watkins' office to elect officers for tho
ensuing year and to select delegates to
attend the Keuuions both in Columbia
and New Orleans nett month. Every
member is urged to attend the moot
. Miss Stack, of Duo West, will give a
recitation entertainment at Eureka
next Friday evening, 10th inst. The
program will bc varied-humorous,
comto, pathetic, etc. Admission, 1."
cents for adults and 10 cents for chil
dren. One-half of the proceeds will
be donated to homo missions. A rieb
entertainment is in storo for those who
John W. Kelly died at his home neai
Iva last Saturday, after a long illnesi
with consumption aged 41 years. Th?
deceased was a goodman, and had loni
been an active and consistent membe
of the .Methodist Church. On Sunda]
the remains were interred at Goo?
Hope Church. Rev. J. W. Bailey con
ducting the funeral services. A wif*
and lour children survive him, and ii
their sore bereavement they have th<
sympathy of their many friends.
E.G. McAdams, Esq., left the cit;
yesterday for Lynchburg, Va., wher'
ue will make application' to thc Com
for tho appointment of a receiver io
the "Order of Knights of the Mysti
Chain," which is a fraternal insuranc
ordor that has its headquarters in tha
city. This order was organized in 100
but never grew very rapidly, and ther
are now only twenty-three policies i
force, sixteen of which are in An dei
eon and the other seven in Greenville
y Mr. William Freeman,^ who lived o
j iuo j?i??i?iiu-u UL E. B. Hali, in Varei
nea Township, died suddenly last Sat
day athis home near Flat Rock Chard
He was apparehtly in bis usual healtl
abd after eating a hearty dinner wall
ed oat on the piazza and sat dowi
when he suddenly fell over and ws
dead before his wife could reach bin
Mr. Freeman was about 00 years <
age, and a most worthy, upright cit
zen. He leaves a wife and seven
Secretary T. C. Wnlton, of the Chan
ber of Commerce, has received a lett?
from a citizen of Indiana who wants t
locate a $25,000 canning establishmei
in or near this city, provided he eau I
assured that the farmers in this se<
tion would supply him a sutticiei
amount of fruits and vegetables. Ti
gentleman says he would use at len
the product of 1,000 acres. This woul
be a valuable plant for this seetio:
and those of our ?armers who woul
undertake to produce the vegetabl
are requested to call on Secretary We
Last Thursday ai Lowndes vii
James Latimer, a 17-year-old son of
T. Latimer, of that town, shot Prc
J. F. Harper, principal of . the Lowi
desville High School. Prof. Harp
attempted to whip the young man J'
absenting himself from school on tl
1st inst, against orders. Latimer tri?
to strike Harper with an iron ro
Being disarmed, he drew a self-aotii
revolver and fired twice. A butt?
saved Prof. liai pei's life. The bul)
carried the button into tho fie?b, b
was prevented from penetrating,
rib diverted the other bullet from tl
Professor's heart. The wounds we
slight and Prof. Harper is doing wei
It is said there will be no ptoneeutU
and the affair will be settled Batista
torily to all concerned. ,
At the graduation exercises of t
'Charleston Medical College laut we?
Dr. W. J. Smith, son of Capt. W.
Smith, of this city, distinguished hil
self in a manner especially gratifyi
to hiB friends here. In presenting.
Dr. Smith the class cup for excellent
Dr. Forrest made the pleasing a
nonncemec that the winner had n
only made a highest record of t
year, but that he bad far exceeded t
best record ever made within - the se
enty years' history of the College, J
had been for the past year chief st
geon of tho staff of the city hospi
and of the Riverside Hospital, a
has been tendered this and other ht
pi tal work in addition and now has t
offer under consideration; therefore
has not definitely decided where
MIR. Miriam Milford, widow of t
late Charles 8. JUilford died at I
homo in Fork Township, near Broyh
last Monday morning, after a brief i
ness. The deceased was a daughter
the late Samuel Addis, of Ocouee Cou
ty, and was in the ?UUh ye.ir of hf r nj
About fifty years a KO she mani
Charles8. Milford>who piecededl
to the grave a f%w mon ilia ap
Five sons and one danghier sm vi
her. Since her girlhood MiH. Mili'<
ht i been an exemplary mernina of L
Baptist Chm eli, nod w.is most, higl
esteemed by a wide circle of frieni
who deeply regret her death. The i
mains were interred yesterday at Qa
dale, the funeral services he mg ci
ducted hy her Joitner pastor, Kev.
J. Copeland, of Waynesboro, Ga., w
came over especially for that parp?
Truly a good woman lias gone lo re
the rewmdeof a well tpeut Jife.
? special disnatch fVo?n Taceos,G
to the Atlanta Consumion, nm
date of March Hist, says: "J. A.
Norris died hero this morning Ht I
home ofC. R. Miller. Mr. Norn? v
about sixty-four year s of ?tte, but v
remarkably healthy aud strong for c
of that age. About ll o'clock t
morning he was standing on the stn
appa-en Uv as well as ho bad ever he
in bis life. While talkiug to so
friends ho suddenly gave way and sa
to the ground without a woul. Wi
in tea roinutes-^by the time he coi
be takeu aJVwsteps to his home
was dead. Mr. Norris is a native
Andf?r?on County, South Carolina, 1
for many years had been n resident
Toccoa." Tho deceased was tho s
ond non of the late A. O. Norris, t
of this Couuiy, and was boru, real
and ?pent the greater portion of
li fe near this city. He served his St
faithfully through tho Civil War a
member of tho Palmetto Riflemen, 1
fir:t Company that went to tho fr?
f iona Anderson. Ho is survived b;
wido.T. five sons and three danght
and a host of other relatives lu t
HOW ABOUT YOUR
We have them for the
HARD TO PIT
HARD TO PLEASE,
Suitings that the leading fashion
designers h&ve produced for this
L Arelad mired by all Fashionable
It's just as easy to buy an up-to
date Suit as a last season one. We?
show all the newest weaves, color
ings and fabrics that are cut by
Prices to suit the purchase.
$5.00 to $22.50 ?
They are displayed on our counters.
Patent viol Oxfords.
Patent Leather Oxfords.
Correct TOCB and Lasts.
$2.00 to $4.00.
j South Main Strebe.
Clothiers and Furnishers^
Special attention is invited to a new shipment of
ACORN STOVES AND R?NGEST
Which we have just received/and which includes tho very latest patterns,
both coal or wood, adapted to the requirements of this market
. If you require anything in ihe Stove or Range line we solicit an oppor
tunity to explain the merits of THE ACORN.
We also carry a c?mplete and up-to-date line of TINWARE. WOOD
EN WARE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
BS? Guttering, Plumbing and Electric Wiring executed on short notice*
ARCHER & NORRIS.
200,000 Pounds of Towers & Sullivan
Mfg, Co's. Celebrated Steel Ftows.
The Shapes are perfect, and tho quality of steel the highest. These
Plows are CHEAPEST because they are BEST. You can select just what
you want from our tremendous Stock.
We have the best Distributors ever put on the market. They are per
fectly'made, o' v*ry beat material. With these Distributors you will sayo one
man's* time, and enough Guano to pay for the Distributor in a very short tune..
lv Plow Stocks, Single Trees, Trace Chains,?
Hames, Back Bands, &c. &c. &c>
EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer for the cultivation of his cropr
can be ibund'in o^r Stock/
Sullivan Hardware Co.