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If you haye tenants or hirelings to furnish WE ABE
THE FEOK?E,you are looking for.
BRING THEM TO US!
Our Siock is so large and varied that we can supply their
neer s. For the benefit of the men we have put in a line of
And are offering Suits at $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8,00, $10.00 and
$12.50 that are hard to-match. ' . . <
Of course lt is well understood throughout the County
that if you cannot be fitted in SHOES- <
GO TO OSBORNE & PEARSON S
There is no doubt about our Stock of ShoeB being the largest,
moBt varied and best selected is this section. We have Shoes
for all sizes and oses, at ail pricey
We have made ample provision for tho men, and in addi
tion to Clothing we have a good assortment of
Weare ever mindful of the WOMEN, and CHILDREN,
and have a great variety of things for them at reasonable
prices. Wo have-'
Dress f?oods and Millinery
Is always stocked with the staples of life.
Carrying a GENERAL STOCK gives us an advantage
You esta, nvika your entire bill with us.
Wo have had largo experience with tho
And are better prepared to handle it sow than over Before.
Bring your Tenants and hirelings to us.
If they want Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery we can
If they Wittib Shoes- 'wo can fit them.
If they want Groceries we have them.
Brm? them to Us,
Aro invited to como, too.
Wo willamko it to your interest.
W^alssale and Eetsll Sealers m
W*5'NJSSl>Ax\. ' AF3IL .22^803.
Work ha? commenced on tho erec
tion of the Gluck Mi!!.
t MissGertrifdoHagood, ofEaaley,iS
lu the city visiting Mrs. It. 8. Ligon.
Eggs and "spring chickens o?ghv;
to be plentiful no*v, but they are not.
. Col. M. P. Tribblo spent a few
daysin -Laurene, hie old home, last
Tho wood and coal dealers are still
?opt busy supplying their customex-s
; Next Monday is Saleaday, but will
probably be a <du!i one. There will be
no public sales.
Hook & Ladder Fire Company will
meet next Monday night at 8.80. Every
member is urged to attend-.
Old April bas kept up her reputation
with frequent showers, and rove us
more wind than March did.
' Anderson County will oe well repre
sented ut tho Veterans' Keunion both
in Columbia and New Orleans.
If ''fog in March, frost in May" pre
vails, or avails, thia year, then look
ont for a frosty time uoxt month.
Wm. A. Vandiver, who has been
buying cotton the past season in Ala
bama, returned homo a1 tow days ago
Henry Young, Jr., of Due Weat, ia'
spending awhile in Anderson assisting
Dr. A. C. : Strickland in his dental
R. T. Jaynes, Esq.,' editor of tho
Keowee Courier, Walhalla, spent last
Thursday in Anderson on .professional
Col. A. W. Hunt, division; passenger
aeont of tho Southern Kail way,
Charleston, S. O.,' Spent a few hours in
the city last Thursday and gave us a
G.W. Speer, Esq., a popular young
lawyer of Gaffney, ?. C., yspent a day
or two in the city la&tj^?fe?k with his
brother, E. W. Sneer, on his way to
Lowndesvilie to visit bis parents.
Married, on V.rtuesday evening,
April 22,1903, at th? home of tho bride's
Barents at Townville, by Kev. W. 8.
[amiter, Mr. Frank 8. Holleman, of
Seneca, and Miss Louise Grace Thomp
It has been suggested that the Con
federate Veterans of Anderson County
have a grand reunion in this city next
August. The occasion could be made
a most enjoyable one, and we would
like to see it carried ont.
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be observed ?t Gen'erOstee Church
in Corner Township next Sabbath
morning. Preparatory service on Sat
urday morning. Friends of the con
gregation are . cordially invited to all
of these Ber vices.
At .tho Inter-Collegiate Oratorical
contest in Greenwood last Friday
night, S. M. Wolfe, of Anderson, who
represented Furman University, was
awarded the medal for ilrst honor.
"Is the Work of tho Poet Done 1" was
the.subject of bis address.
On our second pago this week ap
pears a large and interesting advertise
ment or langman. & Martinet, the
pure paint manufacturers. This paint
is sold in Anderson by F. B. Crayton,
who will take pleasure ia explaining
its merits and quoting prices. .
Our youpg friend. Theodore C.
Bailey, eldest Son of W. C. Bailey, of
this, city, left a few days' ago for
Thomsonville,, Confia? where ne has
accepted a position with alarg? manu
factory ot cotton mill machinery.
Theodore is ss honest, worthy, ?brignt
young man, and, being a natural me
chanical genius, we predict a success
ful career for bim.
It will be of interest to the alumni of
the Charleston Citadel to learn-that
Col. John P. Thomas, formerly Super
intendent, contemplates the publish
ing of a book to be atyJed "A Decade
of Citadel History.,r The proposed
book will supplement another of simi
lar nature issued ten years ago, and
will thus brlpg the record of the insti
tution to the present date.
E. H. Acker, recently in the employ
of the Southern Ballway, has resigned
bis position and moved bis family from
Columbia to Andorson. He has pur
chused an interest in the linn of Ar
cher & Norris, and will make our city
hi rf homo. Mr.-Acker lea native of
this County, and has many friends
here who axe more than pleased to
have him locate here. . ? . .?
Dr. C. N. Hough, of Honea Path, S.
C., has bought the borne of Dr. T. B.
Caro thora, In Oakland, and will remove
bis family there. He is a practicing
physician and will offer bis services to
the community. Three of his daugh
ters will enter Winthrop the next sea
son. Dr. Carothers will move into the
Brown house on bia farm.-*Bock Hill
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Cox Manufacturing
Company waB held in the city yester
day. The report of the officers showed
tbo affairs of tb%Company to bein a
very satisfactory Condition. *i'ie Com
pany has had a very successful year,
and? besides declaring the usual semi
annual dividend of 5 per cent., a nice
sum was placed to the sivrplua fund.
AU of the old officers Were re-elected
io serve in their respective positions
the ensuing year.
Mr. James L. King died athis homo
! In Belton Township iaat Saturday. He
had been in feeble health for several
moths. He was 29 years of age and a'
worthy, Christian man. His remains
were interred at the Fan t's family
burying ground, after services con
ducted by Bev. N. G. Wright. He
leaves a wife and five small children, a
mother, a sister and a brother and
many friends to mourn his death. The
bereaved enes have the sympathy of
A dispatch from Greenwood, under
date of the 23rd inst., says: "About
forty thousand dollars having been
raised by bur citizens and tendered
Kev. S. Lander, of the Williamston
Female Co?ege, and his board of trus
tees, as an inducement to have that
time honored institution moved hero,
the offer bas been accepted and the
terns complied with. Dr. Lander and
hU committee selected a si to this morn
ing and work on tho buildings will 7>o
commenced at an early day." x
Mrs. Alice Stevenson, widow of the
I late Edgar Stevenson, died at her homo
in this city last Saturday, after an ill
ness of several weeks, aged about 05
years. On Sunday morning her re
mninswero carried to Lowndesvilie,
her former home, and interred. Her
death io tho fourth to occur in her
I family sinco last fall/ First her moth
er;, Mrs. Bryan, died, and then her
husband and next ber stepdaughter,'
all of whom were victims of fever.
Mrs. Stevenson was a good woman,
and loaves a wide circle of friends and
relatives to cl srish her memory.
Capt. J* B. Aistob, of Abbeville, ig
spending a few days ia the city visiting i
bis daughter, ftire.< Wy-N. Meade. i
Mrs, A. B. Gantt, foC Pendleton, baa \
been spending a few dayain tho city
MS the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. G.
Our young friend, Joe Archer, of
Savannah, Bpent Sunday in Anderson
visitiug his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Hon. J. M. Sullivan and wife return
ed borne Monday afternoon from their
bridal trip to some of tbe Eastern
The annuel Sch?tzenfest inkeB place
in Charleston May 6, 7 and c. and will,
as usual, attract a large orowd of visi
tors from thia aection of the State.
.Married, on Sunday, April 20. 1908,
by C F. Martin, .Magistrate, and at his
residence, ifr. Thomas Chaatain and
Miss Bessie Thomas, ali of Anderson
There is nothing like whitewash and
paint to brighten up your premises.
Use it freely this spring, and . you will
bo repaid for the mate:ia? several hun
dred per cent.
JUifis May Thompson, one of Ander
son's attractive young ladies, is in the
city the guest of her brother, Mr.
Ward Thompson.-Abbeville Press
Bev. T. P. Lide, bf Piedmont, has
accepted au invitation to deliver tho
commencement sermon of the South
Carolina Coeducational. Institute in
Edgefleld on May 31. .
There was manya furrow run last
week, but the farmers are still far be
hind wittftheir work. Some corn has
been planted and a few have com
menced planting cotton.
E.P.Metz and family, of Anderson,
bavo moved to Seneca. JThey occupy
the Vernor House on Fair Play Street.
Mr. Meta will take charge, of the oil
mill at this place.-Seneca Farm and
Rev. J. L. Vass, of Greenville, will
preach at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
ou the second Sabbath in May and
Saturday before, each day*at ll o'clock
a. m. The friends of the congregation
are cordially invited to attend the ser
There will be a special meeting of
Chiuuola Lodge, No. 82, Knights of
Pythias, to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
for the purpose of conferriug the first
and second ranks. All the members
are urged to attend.
The Horn-Bass Co. make their bow
to th? readers of Tbe Intelligencer
this week. Bead their advertisement
and give them . a call. They carry a
large stock of dry goods, which they
are offering at unca* that. piesse
Tho diocesan council of the Episco
pal parishes of the State will be held
at Columbia next week. The railroads
havo offered reduced rateB to tho dele
gates and the tickets at these low ratea
will be on sale May 4 and 5, with Anal
limit May ll.
Next Friday evening the Belton
Dramatic Club will render that inter -
esting drama, "A Fisherman's Luck,"
in the Academy hall. Doprs open at 8
o'clock. Admission. 25 cents; reserved
seats. 35 cents; children under 12 years
old, 15, cents.
The Greenville News, of the . 23rd
inst., says: "A. H. Dagnall, one of
the youngest members ot the Ander
son bar, yesterday waa granted a cer
tificate to practice in the United States
district and circuit courts. Mr. Dag
nail is a young man with considerable
energy and ambition and bas a brillant
Columbia is makingextensivo prepa
rations for entertaining the Veterans
in that city during tue approaching
Bessies to bo held in that city ?fay
12th to 14th inclusive. Every Veteran
who attended the Bennion there two
years ago, remembers with pleasure
the good treatment ho received on
that occasion, and will .bo glad to re
Last . Saturday morning about L80
o'clock a dwelling house occupied by
?bomas Snipes, at the Orr Cotton
ill, was destroyed by Are, the origin
of which ia not known. When the
family was aroused from their bede
the flame's were almost covering one
aide of the house and they escaped in
their night clothes, everything in the
h?use being consumed by the flames,
By hard work the several houses neal
by were saved. Tho loss of tho house
is fully covered by insurance.
The Charleston Review of the25tl
inst, says: "Dr. R. Lowie Branyon
proprietor of the American Denta
Parlors, is enjoying a large and grow
ing pr?ctico.' fie bas engaged Dr. B
M. Kennedy, a noted dentist of Atlan
ta, to assist him during the summer
and also has two other assistants. Dr
Branyon is an energetic young mai
and baa made a host of good* subatan
tial friends since locating in thia city
The doctor bas a bright future." Dr
Branyon is a native of Anderson Conn
ty, and bis many friends here will bi
delighted to hear of bis success in hi
We are indebted to Mrs. Nina Cry
mea Wilson and Miss Sara Thoma
Clement, of this Connty, for an invita
tion to attend the presentation of di
plomas to the graduating class o
nurses from the Columbia Hospital a
the Chapel of the First Presbyterial
Church in Columbia on Thursda;
afternoon, 30th inst., at 4.80 o'clock
Classes for a three years cours
are now opened at this institution fo
applicants at the Training Schcol, J
new building will be completed i
Juno and a larger school is expecte
next year, sojthat the advantages fe
those who pmer will be better tba
Mrs. Maggie Clinkscales, wifo c
L. N. Clinkscales, died at her homo i
/i/artin Township last Saturday nigh
af te r a lon g illness. The deceased w ?
a meet estimable woman, and bad lon
been a devoted member of Varenm
Presbyterian Church, where her n
mains were interred last Sunday af te
noon, Bev. H. C. Fennel conductir,
the funoral services. Mrs. Clinkscah
was a daughter of the late Luke Han
ilton, and about 50 years of age. 81
was the second wife of Mr. Clinkecale
And leaves no children. She was bor
reared . and spent ber life in the se
tion where she died, and leaves a wi?
circle of friends who will long cherii
her memory. (
Having to nrlpoiot another midshi
mon to tho United States Naval Aca
erny, Senator Tillman announces in
there will be a competitive examin
tion in the State Honse at Columbia i
Thursday, May 7th, at9.80 a. m. U
der the regnlations of the Navy D
partment thero will be one princip
and three alternates, tho candida
standing the best examination rc ce i
lng tho tim position while the othe
will follow in order of merit. The ai
limit is from ilfteen to twenty yeal
and tho applicants must bo bona iii
rosidonts of the State and whit
Here is another opportunity . for sot
bright Anderson County boy to win
fine prize, and wo hope a number
them will make tho ctibrt to secure j
. : . ?
?n uns wer tova correspondent wo w?l)
?tate that tho mud law requires thor,
Ul males from eightt eu to il fry years
>Eu??te work tho roads or pnv tho
Foster' Jones, a uegro, who works at
I- fi. Barton's planiug mill, acciden
tally got his tiand caught in a cog
wheel and painfully mashed last Sat
Last Thursday and Fiiday mornings
this section was visited by light frosts.
In low, wet places, where the ground
had been recently plowed, vegetation
waa slightly nipped.
Mrs. J. W. Quattlobaum ia spending
this week in the city of Greenville
visiting friends. Mr. Quattlebaum
will go over there today and be ad
mitted to practice in the United States
There will ho a reunion of the Todd
family at thu old Todd springs in Bock
Mills Township next Friday, May 1st.
All of the Todd family, their kindred
and friends and the public are invited
Last Saturday afternoon, while run
ning a sausage mill at Lig?n & Led
botter's. Bob Johnson, a young negro,
got his hand caught in the machine,
and, as a result, lour ot his lingers had
to be amputated.
Wo are indebted to Mrs. M. L.
Campbell, of Centerville Township,
for a box cf delicious strawberries, tho
finest wo have seen in a long time.
One day last week she gathered about
two gallons from her patch.
Married, ou Sunday, April 20, 1003,
at tho home of his brother, John Mar
tin, by Kev. H. C. Martin, Mr. George
T. Martin, of Anderson County, and
Miss Maggie MaBsey, of Piedmont.
-Messrs. J. II. and J. F. Little, of
Anderson, S. C., passed through tho
city Friday on their woy to Mallorys
ville, where they went to see Dr. Hoy
nie to have a cancer treated on the
elder Mr. Little.-Elberton (Ga.) Star.
Tom Hamilton, Wm. Oliver and Joe
Bird, supposed to be implicated in the
robberies at Autuu and Iva, in Ander
son Connty, were brought here yester
day from Columbus, Ga., and Will bu
tried next \veek?-Greeuville Moun
taineer, 25th ult..
There will be preaching (D. V.) at
Roberts Church next Saturday even
ing at 8 o'clock, i>nd the next day. 1st
Sunday lu Muy, after preaching at ll
o'clock a. m., the sacrament of the
Lord's Supper will be celebrated.
There wiU bo preaching (D. V.) at
Dean Church Saturday p. m., the 0th
of May, at 4 o'clock, and the'next day,
second Sabbath, also preaching at ll
o'clock a. m., the sacrament of the
Lord's Supner will be celebrated.
On account of great pressure of his
duties as Superintendent of; the City
Graded Schools, Prof. T. C. Walton
has resigned his position as Secretary
of the Chamber of Commerce, and Al
bert M. Carpenter has been elected
bis successor. \
We regret to learn of the serious ill
ness of Mr. Geo. A. Wagener, of
Charleston. He is suffering from
something like dropsy or Bright's dis
ease. Ho has many friends nero and
elsewhere throughout the State who
will regret to learn of his serious sick
The Southern Baptist Convention
meeta May 8th in the First Baptist
Chu-- ot Savannah, Ga. The wo
marr lissionary Union and the Bap
tist T jung People's Union, auxiliaries
UV he convention, will hold their ses
sions in the same city at the samo
Last Saturday evening at their ball
at Millville the members of Sterling
Lodge, No. 44, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, with their wives and ?
number cf friends, celebrated the Sith
anniversary of the organization of their
order. The writer regrets that sick
ness prevented him from attending
and enjoying tho delightful occasion,
for wo know we missed a royal feast
for the inner man and a rich intellec
tual treat. The following program
preceded the banquet : Address of
Welcome, H. E. Ligon ; Invocation of
Divine Blessing, Bev. D. W. Keller;
Historical Address, E. G. McAdams;
Address, "The Principals of the Or
der," A. H. Dagnall: Address, '?Odd
f?^lowship and tho Rebeccas' Connec
tion Therewith," J. J. McSwain. Dr.
B. F. Div ver was on the program for
an address on "The Duty of Members/'
but was prevented from attending on
account of sickness.
We have had a nnmber of pleasant
visits this week from Mr. C. E. Cobb,
who arrived here from Anderson, 8.
C. , Sunday, and we have found him to
be a most excellent gentleman, brim
f nil of energy and enterprise, and a
cotton oil enthusiast. As will be
Been by reference to another part of
this paper, he has already organized a
cotton oil company in Okolona, and he
informed UB yesterday that he would
remain here and push the enterprise
right on until the oil mill and big gin
nery were running in full blast. He
said that they had agreed Wednesday
to locate the plant on the Boss &
Trickett mill site, near the Okolona
depot, and that work will be started at
once. Mr. Cobb tells us that they will
put in tho biggest and'best gin navy in
Arkansas, and that they will gin cot
ton for 50c a bale. He is delighted
with Okolona as a location, and Bays
that everything in sight strongly indi
cates a triumphant success for the en
terprise.-Okolona (Ark.) Messenger.
Gov. Gran? Resigns.
An associated press dispatch in the
daily papers from Washington, under I
date of the 24th inst., says :
"Copies of the last annual report of
J. H. Grant, civil Governor of tho
prov! o of Leyte in the Philippines,
accor anied by his resignation to
take effect at the end of sixty days
leave of absence, has reached the War
Department. The accompanying cor
respondonco showed that there was
long continued friction between the
military and civil authorities and that
General Smith without notice or warn
ing to Gey. Grant withdrew troopB
from about fifteen towns anti destroyed
even telegraphic and t?l?phone com
munication with them ana the rest of
the islands. Gov. Grant In his report
anya that as a consequence of. this ac
tion a number of these abandoned
towns were entered by insurgents and
the people beaten, robbed and killed
and t'ieir homes set on fire."
Mri Gr int enlisted in the First South
Carolina Volunteers from this place
during the Spanish-American war,
and later was commissioned in the
regular army and went to the Philip
pines in such sorvice. Mrs. Grant,
who is a daughter of the late Geo. W.
Fant, of this city, left the Islands sev
eral weeks ago, and will reach homo
in a short while.
pay to buy oh oap PAINTS and employ
cheap PAINTERS T
at onr rotldence, 120 McDu?io, and ornen*
bow lo ig nineo lt waa painted. Frosh
lot of LU CAB PAINTS received at
;WILHITB <fc WILHITE.
HOW ABIOUT YOUR
We h?ve them ?or the
HARD TO FIT
HARD TO PLEASE.
Suitings that the leading f ap hi on
designers have produced for this
Are>dmircdH>y all Fashionable
It's juBt 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
Fashionable Clothiers. Prices to suit the purchase.
$5.00 to $22.50 !
Summer Footwear* iflBP
They are displayed on our counters. gfiSill?
Patent Vici Oxfords. illEW
Patent Leather Oxfords. ||g pg
Correct Toes and Lasts. JH Wa
$2.00 to $4.00, J?p
I "Tte- (Jrarr\erc/"
Clothiers and Furnishers.
South Main Street. . v
PRICES TELL THE TALE.
Bid you ever compare Cost Prices with Regular Selling
Regular Price. Cost Price*
Ono lot Ladies* Fine -Shoes....*.. 81.00 $ 75c
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes. 1 25 85c
One lot Ladies'Fine Shoes.. 1.50 1.10
(Same as above in Men's Shoes.)
Ladies'extra long Seamless Black Hose. 10c 6icr
Extra quality yard-wide Sheeting. 6 Jo 41c
Big line of Calicoes, good styles and colors.... 5c- 3 ic, 4io
Men's Heavy Drill Drawers.. 25c - 15o
Men's Jeana Pants. 75c 45o
Men's Cassimer Pants. '1.25 75a
Men's Cassimer Pants. 1.50 1.10
Men's Work Work Shirts, extra sizes. f. 50o 30c
Men's Work Shirts, regular sizes. 35c 19c
Men's All Linen Collars, regular sizes. 10,12ic 5c
Men's Hosiery, seamless, fast color?. 10,T2ie 6ic
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old. 85c 55c
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old. 1.25 85c
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old. 1.50 LIP
Boys'Suits, 6 to 14 years old, extra good. 2.25 1.35
Boys'Pants, 6 to 16 years old.,. 25c 153
Boys' Pasta, ? to 16 years old. 50c 35o
Boys'Pants, 6 to 16 years old. 75c 40c
Men's Suits, all sizes. 5.00 2.60
Men's Suits, all sizes. 6.50 3.75
Men's Suits, all sizes. 10.00 6.00
All Linen Shades, complete.-. 35o 19o
Umbrellas, Gloria. 1.00 65c
Embroideries.7, 8 and 10c 5o
all Bilk atti Wm,. Henrietta. 75c 45c
Double-width, Half Wool Dress Goods.20 to 25o 10 to 12Jc
A visit to our Store will convince you that this is a gen?
nine COST SALE. We would be pleased to have you call.
DEXTER GROCERY COMPANY,
Successors to D. C. Brown & Bro., South Main Street.
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