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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1U03.
Mrs. A. J. Speer and little Francene
Lave returned from Harmony Grove,
Ga., where they have been visiting
Miss Eula Fortson, of Elberton, re
turned to her homo a few dava ago, nc
companied by her cousin, Misa Ethe!
Miss Annie Hell is visiting Miss Kosa
Hill for v lew days.
Mrs. lt. L. Smith spent yesterday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Miss Jessie Clink8cales caine home u
few dava ago from Elberton, where
elie lind been visiting her Bisters.
Prof. J. F. Harper mid family aro
visiting relatives in Georgia, and will
be away for sonic tinic.
Misses Lizzie Nance, Ruth Dunn,
Annie and Kate Liddell, and Mr?. E.
C. Mechine and Mrs. John Lomax at
tended commencement of. Due Went
Miss Jennie Mae Dunn is home from
Due West Female College to spend
Misses Helen and Annie Harber at
tended the < losing exercises of Wil
liamaton Female College.
Miss Mabel Tilden, of Florida, has
been visiting Miss Eliza Kay.
Miss Sarah Cunningham, of Monte
rey, passed through nero yesterday on
her way home from a visit to relatives
Misses Eliza Kay and Emma How
man are home from Chicora College to
Dr. J. L. Fennel, of Waterloo, spent
a few days recently with his parents.
Miss Eula Mae Kay ia in Atlanta vis
iting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Tennant.
Master Junior Harper had the mis
fortune to fall last week and broke his
Tight arm, but hua been getting along
?icely ever since.
Miss Louise Harbor, one of the teach
ers in Williamston Female College, has
Mrs. A. V. Harne? and little Alpha
have returned from a visit to relatives
Cadets Bruce Mosely and Stuart
Baskin have returned from Clemson
Miss Daisy Bell went to Calhoun
Balls yesterday to visit her brother,
who is depot agent and operator.
Mr. R. J. Hutchison spent yesterday
with the family ot his father.
Mis'. Macie Bell has returned from
She h.-spital in Augusto, where she
was.rated on for appendicitis. Her
no** hienda are glad to see her back
hvi.io and looking BO well.
Miss Mabel Reed, of Iva, spent n few
days of last week in town with rela
Little Mian Irma Cooley entertained
her little friends nt a party last Thurs
day evening. Miss Irma made a charm
ing little hostess and the little folks
apent the time pleasantly. Delightful
refreshments were served.
Little Misses Iva Bowman und Geor
?ia Belle Buskin have been visiting
ttle Mies Camile Smith.
Mr. Mark Speer made a Hying trip to
Anderson last week. Vedei.
?oil of Co. "K," Orr's Regiment of Rifles,
S. C. V., Confederate States Army.
The following ii the Roll of Company
"IC," . f Orr's Regiment of Riti??, and
contains the name of every mun who
was a member of that Company from
the beginning of the War until tho end
The Roll waa furnished us by that gallant
old Confederate aoldlor, J. M. Dunlap,
who *vUH Regimental color bearer :
Cox, G. W., Captain.
Cheshire, R. S., Captain.
Bigby, James A., l?t Lieutenant.
Blghy, George M.. 1st Lieutenunt.
Norris, W. C ., 2nd Lieutenant.
Lewis, James A., 2nd Lieutenant.
Grear, 1). H., 2nu Lieutenant.
Rollison, B. G., 2ad Lieutenant.
Green, John T., lat Sergeant.
Harper. M. J., 2ad Sergeant.
Greer, L. N , Sergeant.
Gaines, Perry, Sergeant.
MoDavld. W. J., Sergeant.
Mil WOP, T. F., Sergeant.
Telford, Robert C., Sergeant.
Wrijht, W. P., Sergeant.
Waaoon. G. W., Corporal.
Gambrell, Enoch, Corporal.
- Cos, J, M., Corporal.
Harper, G. M., Corporal.
Harper, John R., Corporal.
Robinson. James, Corporal.
Stone, S. H., Corporal.
james A.Alexander, Daniel R. Arm
strong, Robert L. Adams, James M.
Adams, Arnold, J. J. Bagwell, W. A.
Bagwell, Frederick Bagwell, G. W. Bag
we?l? C. L. Blgby, W. L. Banister,
Thompson Banister, J. H. Brook, S. M.
Breaxeale, J. B. Breazeale, J. T. Breazeale,
?. A. Br an von, J. W. Bran von. W. A.
Blgby, G. W. Bigby, R. H. Branyon,
Wi F. Cox, Thomas Cox. J. H. Cox, W.
BdCox, Aria Cox, J. B, Cox, A. N. Cul
lens, George Cry m ci-. Berry Coker. R. M.
Cummings, John Cummings. W. ?J.
Cummings, U. A. Cobb, J. N. Carwlle,
J. K. Clement. Robert Campbell, W. B.
Davis. W. S. Davis, T. G. Davis, M. A.
Davl?, G W. Davis, J. M. Dunlap, W. T.
TDonlap, D. B Dunlap, G. M. Darby, J.
R. Hawkins, John Hawkins, H. B. Dav
enport, JeBse Davenport, George Darby,
J, B. Driver, W, M. Fuites, P. Mack Ful'
J?JVx J. H. Gslces, J. F. Gaines, W. A.
Gambrell, E. S. Gambroll, John E. Gam
brell.Wllliain Gambrell, W. T. Gambrell,
H. R. Gambrell, J. H. Gambrell, S. V.
Gam broil H. L.Grubbs, J. L. Grubba, J.
A. Green, W. F. Geer, Robert A. Greer,
J. F. Htndmau, R. F. Haynie, W. F.
Hlatt, T. J. Higgin", Iaaao <\ Harper, M.
Jt. Harper, Mi G. Harper, J. M. Harper,
G. F. Harper, J. R. Hinton, Moses
Hughes', J a. Hanks, John Hyde, D. Q.
Johtuiou, W. S. Jones, Robert C. Kav,
3>. M. K?y, Robert M. Kny. R. W.
Kay, John T. Kay, Rou ben M. Kav, W.
P. Keaton, Reuben Keaton, B. F. Keaton,
. T G. Kelley, L. H. Lewis, Robert Lnwin,
W. E. Lee, Samuel Maw, John F. Maw,
TS. W. Morrison, William Magaha. Joalah
Magana, J. F. M. Masser, 8. M. Massey,
Georgo Mitchell, J. W. F. Mitchell,
James F. Mitchell, W. F. H. Mitcholl, '
J. M. Moore-, R. M. Moore, William Mo
Murray. A. M. MoDavld, W.L. Nor
wood, S.O. forwood, W. P. O'Shlelds,
J. J. Poore, W. N. Posey, Iaaao P. Poole,
James Patterson, J. L. Packley, J. H.
Pepper, Richard Robinson, Jacob Robin
son, J. M. Robin? . sr., J. M. Robinson,
Jr., J. N. Rhodes, o. 8. Ragsdale, William
Ragadalo, James Reece, Frost Snow,
W. F. Show, J. T. Shaw, R. M. Stott, E.
2fc. Simpson, W. J. Sohn rupert, John G.
Smith, Joel Smith,. J. W. Smith, A. N
Shirley, L. M. Stone, E. Slaemore, John
X. Telford, Samuel S. Telford, James H.
Wood, W. P. Weat, Daniel J. West, O.
3* Wright, James C. Wright, William
Williamson, L. O. Williams, J. T. Wal
lace, Samuel Winiam a.
- MO- -
Was Wasting Away.
Tho following letter from Robort R.
Watta, of Salem, Mo , is Instructive : ?I
2zsve been troubled with kidney disease
lor tba last five years. I lost flesh and
never felt well and doctored with lead;
lng pl ^talana and tried all remedies
em cr g A* U? ii without relief. Finally I tried
foley's Kidney Core and leas than two
"b^Ues completely cttrsd ma and I am
?ow sound and weil."~Evans' Pharma
Now te tba time meet ?good Razor
cheap ff-,ax Brook Hardware Co.
Hie Citizens of Anderson Thanked.
Headquarters Relief Association.
Gainesville, Ga.? .june io, i??S.
To our many sympathizing friends:
Like Niobe ot old. Gainesville, Geor
gia's Queen City, nita weeping for her
children. Clouds of sorrow, Heenes of
desolation, henrtH bunlened with grief,
aro everywhere about us. As though
sorrowful tor tho destruction they
have wrought, thc elements eeem to
weep with us. Scarcely a ray of sun
shine has pierced the )eaden skies since
that fateful Monday, Jun? 1, and our
beautiful city is constantly drenched
with "tears irom the skies." Out of
the clouds of gloom and sadness with
which we are surrounded, however,
a voice has come, bidding usbeof good
cheer. Gcorgia:a great neart has re
sponded nobly to oar call for aid and
from city and hamlet letters of sympa
thy, bearing evidences of tho brother
hood of mun, in th? shape ol' checks
and drafts have como to feed the hun
gry, relieve the suffering and bury the
dead. To every ono WOT hascontribu
ted of money, stores or provisions,
sympathy or words of encouragement,
Gainesville returns her heartfelt thanks
and prays God's richest blessings upon
the giver thereof.
To citizens of Anderson, S. C., we
hereby acknowledge the receipt ol'
$115.23 through Chas. C. Langston.
Z. T. Castleberry,
Treas. Relief Fund.
The fifth session of tho Anderson
County Normal will begin on Monday.
Juno 22nd. Thu large attendance of
teachers at the former sessions and the
almost universal satisfaction the work
has given indicate that the summer
school has come to stay. This normal
is no moro assembly ot teachers where
the hours are spent in social conversa
tion, but a school in which .the teachers
eau spend ono month of the long vaca
tion in agreeable and profitable inter
course with their fellow teachers, ac
quiring professional skill and a broad
er and deeper knowledge of the sub
jects contained in thc course. Teach
ers who have a proper professional
spirit should enroll themselves on the
grst day und remain to the end of the
session. The wide awake, progressive
teachers will not miss this opportunity
of showing their interest in improving
themselves, thus demonstrating to the
public their determination to give their
employers the best service of which
they are capable. The instructors and
school ollicers are proud of the fact
that the Auderson County Normal has
achieved some reputation, and has
each year been umong the largest
schools held in thu State. The City
and county are forging to the front in
commercial and industrial develop
ment and the necessities of the time
demand improved educational facili
ties. Whatever improves the teacher
improves the school. Can a teacher
sper.d four weeks in earnest study
without much permanent benefit? Can
a hundred or more intelligent persons
associate with one another foi four
weeka without receiving great and
lasting profit therefrom?
The course ot study which the
school officials offer is ns follows:
1. Literature, Prof. T. C. Walton.
2. Pedagogy, Prof. T. C. Walton,
ii. Algebra, Prof. P. L.Giier.
4. Arithmetic, Prof. P. L. Grier.
G. Drawing, Miss Zula Brock,
(j. Primary Work, Miss Lottie Cros
7. Latin, Prof. J. B. O1 Neall Hollo
8. Civics, Prof. J. Ii. O'Neall Hollo
All who attend the school will be re
quired to take not less than three and
not more than five courses. The Behool
is for work; and all who come aro ex
pected to assist in making this normal
more successful than uuy preceding
R. E. Nicholson,
Co. Supt. Ed.
Brushy Creek News.
We are having some very tine weath
er now, and: the. crops are improving
Some of our farmers had their crops
badly injured last week by hail.
Children's Day was observed at
Siloam Church yesterday (Sunday),
and it waa a grand success. The fol
lowing was the program:
Recitation, "The First Children's
Day"-J. T. Bridges.
Recitation, "How to Spend a Penny"
Chorus, "We Bring Our Gifts to
Jesus"-Beulah Hutt", Alma Wilson,
Lillie Edens, Maggie Oats. Florence
Bridges and Pearl Jones.
Recitation, "Religion"-Mary Garret.
Recitation. "Send Them to Bed
With a Kiss"-Pearl Phillips.
Recitation "Crnsider the Lillies"
Recitation, "Benutiful ThingB"
Gift exercise by six little girls. Lucia
Wilson, Ailleen Huff. Esiollo Richey,
Fannie Lathem, iliaude ?/errit and Fay
Recitation, "Little Boy's Sermon"
Rhyme, "Mamma's Delight"-Edwin
Then came the very impressive em
blematic cross and crown exercise by
eight young ladies, Misses Cleo and
Carrie Richey, Lula ana Katie Rogers.
Maude Epps, Lyda Watson, Pallie.
Woodson and Janie Griffin.
At the conclusion of the exercises the
congregation was entertained by short
addresses by Mr. John Byers and Col.
McSwain, of Greenville. The congre
gation was given a recesa and every
ody indulged in a hearty dinner.
During tho afternoon short addresses
were delivered by Rev.H.H. Merritt
and the pastor, Rev. D. I. Spearman.
Tho day was most delightfully spent
and overybody enjoyed tho interesting
W. U. Roper aud daughter, N. P.
Hicks, of Greenville, and John Noble,
of Easley, spent Sunday iu our midst
with friends. T. P.
Letter to Dr. W. H. Nardin.
Anderson, S. C.
Dear Sir: You oan put 9103 in your
pocket if you can put us in tho wrong.
Devoe Lead ana Zlno ls all pslut. It
takea fewer gallon? to paint a house than
with mixed paints. It wean longer
than lead and oil-mixed paint*, too.
The State obemlats, of Maino,New Hamp
shire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New
York sud Pennsylvania have analyzed
Hand say lt is pure.
If you can prove that any of thora
things aron'ts?, we've a hundred dollars
walting for you.
If these things are true, what paint
will you use next time to .paint your
house? What will you say to the people
that ask. vou?-for doctors get asked
If you know of au honest young pain
ter who Isn't getting the grip on life that
bo ought to Eave, give nina this hint:
Dsvoe lead and ?loo-that'll do lt, if he
does bia work as well as the paint does
F. W^DEVOB & Co.,
p. B.-W. L. Brissoy Bello our paint.
It rajs lo tiet thu H?st.
Oar roHidence. I2(? MeDuffis Strss?, wfifi
painted with Luca? Paint It has been
proven beyond a doubt that thia ia the
inoft du rabio aud cheapest paint on the
tnarkot, with covering capacity unim
paired. Fresh lot just received* and for
Hil lo hy
W?hlte dc Wllblte.
Kyo < , IHSHOH and Spectacles, guarn? te?d
to lit, by Dr. II. D. KEKSE. No charges
for examination ii' you don't need (Muss
es. Prions reasonable. Office with Dr,
A. C. Strickland, over Farmers and Mer
Wo have great inducements to offer
you in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Cioods, etc. We will bo in our office
for the next sixty day??. Buy from us
you get the mill prices. Wo save you
tho jobbers profits. Call on us and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents
Tbere ia an impression among some
that we are "celling out," which is a mis
take. We are not thinking of closing out
the business. Fresh goods received con
stantly. However, the doors will be
closed for a few weeks this summer for
vacation. Wi lb i to & Wilhite.
Fine portrait, photograph*, sohool
fgroups, family groups, copying, enlarg
ng, buttons, breast pins and charms.
Good work, cloudy or sunshine. Prices
from fin un. Qallerv at Greeley Institute.
Goo. W. Hill, Artist. 2t
FOR SALE-A lot of floe Bared Ply
mouth Kock, White Plymouth Bock and
Brown Leahorn Eggs for setting?. Apply
to Oakland Poultrv Yards. W. H. Nar
din, Jr. tf March 24
Sullivan Hardware Co. are prepared to.
meet the requirements of their customers
for Hoes, bavlng just received 800 dozen
o' them. These Hoes are the best they
can buy. The handlea are of selected,
woll seasoned timber. The blades and
shanks of hand-forged steel, perfectly set.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have Poultry
Netting in all heights. For a durable
and low-priced garden or poultry fence
nothing will equal this netting.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have six esr
loads of Barb Wiro aud Wiro Nails In j
stook and on route. As ihese gooda are
certain to advance in price, they advise ]
you, if needing any of this material, to
A big lot cf Georgia Hatchet Plow
Stocks for 50c. See Brock Hardware Co.
When you want Plows please bear in
mind that none are equal lu quality and
so perfectly shaped as those manufac
tured bv Towers and Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and Bold by Sullivan Hard
MONEY TO LOAN-in sums of f 100
or more on real estate mortgac-. Apply
to v^uaUlebaum & Cochran, Anderson, 8.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE-Situated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
Clinkacalee, Intelligencer office. <
Chronic bronchial troublea and Bum
mer coughs can be quiokly relieved and
cured by Foley'a Honey and Tar.-Evans
Ten Years IQ Bed.
R. A. Gray. J. P., Oakville, Ind.,
writes: "For ten years I was confined to
my bed with disease of my kidneys. It
was so severe that I could not move part
of the time. I consulted the very nest
; medical skill available, but could get no |
I relief until Foley's Kidney Cure waa re
commended to me. It has been a God
j ?end to me."-Evana' Pharmacy.
I Horse Collara-Leather Collars of all
kinda at prices tn please. Cloth Collars.
"Gee-Haw" and genuine "Langford.''
A large stook from which you can select
just what you want at Sullivan Hardware I
Don't let this opportunity pass and fail
to get a Terracing Plow cheap.
Brock Hardware Co.
On tte dist indication of kidney trou
ble, sto,> it by taking Foley's Kidney
Cure.-JES vans' Pharmacy.
If you have kidney or bladder trouble
and do not use Foley's Kidney Care, you
will have only yourself to blame for re
sulta, as it positively cares all forms of
kid no j' and bladder diseases.-Evans'
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for sale.
Large and amall Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F, Clinkacalee, 242 North Main St.
Refined, up-to dato people always want
the beat. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS in tho Mouth. They do
not waste their skill on cheap, fading
Daring the Bummer kidney irregulari
ties are often oanaed by excessive drink
ing or being overheated. Attend to the
kidneys at once by using Foley's Kidney
A few moro Knol Choppers and Kelly
Perfeot Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend en Land for clients. Ap- 1
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law. !
Dltoblng Shovols-All kinds and at
lowest prices. Sullivan Hardware Co.
have ten patterns of Shovels from which
you can take your choleo.
No good health unless the kidneys are
sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the
kidneys right.-Evans' Pharmacy.
Any farmer will soon save the coat of a
sst of Blacksmith Toola by doing bia own
work. Sullivan Hardware Co. have a
well selected stock of such tools.
Buy vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Co.
Before you Sell your ch lek ans and eggs
come and get my prices. I pay cash, and
al r; ay a the highest prioa tnt market
affords. J. C. Templeton,
Next door to Llgon & Lodbattor, Pat
rick's old stand.
Notice of Election.
AS required by law tbs County will
appoint Trustee* for the different sohool
districts of this County on the first Tues
day ia July.
In order that the people may nominate
men for appointment, the present Boards
of Trasteos are requested to hold an elec
tion in their respective districts on Sat
urday, the 27th inst. from ono to six p.
Tho Trustees will please report tho re
sult of ?raid oloctiona to the undersigned
on OT by July lat.
Where no action Ia taken by the real
danta of a district, appointments will be
made by the County Board. without
further notioe. By order County Board.
R. E. NICHOLSON,
June 8, 1&03. County Supt.
IJ\ TT F n T A nf n mn rt j|
Because we are selling out our entire Stock at AC TU AL
NEW YORK COST. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Men's
Pants, Boys' Suits, Men's Hats, Umbrellas, Crockery, Glass
ware, Tinware and Imported Blue Enameled Ware, all at
ACTUAL NEW YORK COST.
This opportunity cannot remain with you always. We
are doing business at a heavy loss each day, but we are de
termined to sell out the Stock and continue this business as
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS HOUSE
Just as soon as we can possibly close out our Betail Stock at
There are hundreds of items in this Store which can be
purchased at half their regular prices, and we call especial
attention to the attractiveness of our House furnishing De
partment. You will be surprised to know how much you can
buy now for little money.
We ask the ladies to spend a few minutes in this Store on
an inspection tour.
TEE GLOBE STORE.
DO YOU WAMT
OFFICE OF JOSEPH J. FRET WELL,
N DEALER I?T BEAL ESTATE,
ANDERSON, a C.; Jorie 1st, 1903. I
We are entering the Real Estate Business for the Purchase and Salo of
Real. Estate in the City and County of Anderson, and also in adjoining
If you have anything ip the Real Estate line that you wish to sell or
exchange, or if you want to buy desirable City or Country property, improved
or unimproved, it will be to your interest to call and see us.
We now number on our list some of the most desirable landed properly
to be found in the Piedmont section of the State."
Write- us your wants, and we will endeavor to reply promptly to all in
quiries. Correspondence solicited from ail who want information in reference
to our country.
Large Tracts Mill be divided to suit purchasers when possible.
We can furnish money on your purchases, where you are not prepared to
pay all cash.
Send in your names at once, if you wish to buy or sell, aa this is the time
to get in shape before the Fall months, and make your arrangements for next
JOSEPH J. FRETWJS&L.,,
juealer in Beal Estate, Anderson, S. C.
CRACK GOES THE WHIP ,
\ IN COMfci THE ORDERS v?^^Xy i
SELLS'THE VERY. BEST CRADES OF JT^ Itf^feJfi^ 4 )
r FERTILIZERS / AFvi r
. Jft>S>!aysatotffert3l^^ ii
I CHEMICAL COJWPANV?? '
CHARLESTON. SC C _>^ _
1 1 "rhc Largest - I
. f A?anuf actu rcr of M
^j^gggff Fertilisers on Earth" r
I ^^TS?BN^^^^ Manufacturing f iants \
?^y&gg'l \( ? f\^i^^ Wholesale ptrrchascrs [
'^^^KS^tJ- , \ Largest importers V
^^^^^^^X^j^J^^fe^ Concentrado j:. I
We are rounding np the
gest Millinery Business
in our History.
The popularity of our
IFroiri &LO? TJps
Have been truly wonderful.
Our desire is to double our Jun? aud July business.
The Department is busy getting in readiness to supply
large quantities of popular priced Hats from $1.00 to $5.00.
Indications are that Ail White and All Black Hats will
be all the rage from now on to the dose of the season.
If you need anything in the Millinery lino come to see us?
Largest ana widest known Millinery department in the
Prices Exceedingly Economical.
Glad to see you all during the Summer business.
Wholesale and Retail.
iireatest Removal Saie Ever Known in this
Lesser & Company
Will Move to Larger Quarters.
WE have grown so faut that we were compelled to look out for larger
Store Rooms. We will occupy two large floors from September 1st. We
have secured th'J very beat location in this city, where we will t?ove
Third door from the Sank of ?ndere n,
South. Side of the Public Square.
Our Departments are all filled with up-to-date Goods; and Stock still un
broken. We cannot afford to let these Goods la^ to be moved to new quar
ters. No, we will make a great move of all our Goods by selling them at
NEW YORK COST PRICES
SOME STILL LESS.
We will ofler you every day new bargains. We will not care what the
Goods cost us. S?oa a cut will be given on prices that we will startle the
whole Community, and there will be no questions asked where to go and buy
them. Go to LESSER & CO'S. GSEAT REMOVAL SALE.
We have enough Goods left to supply Ute whole County,
Come, follow the crowd, and look for yourself.
We will make it interesting for you, and astonish yon by sellmgi^ur
enure Stock of
At such Cut Prices that you can supply your wants for i* little money.
Como one, coma all, and take advantage of this ??er.t Eemovai Sale, as
Stock must be reduced by September let
LESSER & CO.. ;
T : OP liOW PRICES.
.UNDER MASONIC T?MP1JK.
After September 1st three doors from iBank of Anderson*
next to Sullivan Hardware Co.