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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 34. 1903.
A Big Day al Pelzer.
The Pelzer Athletic AaaociatlOD 1?
arranging to have a big Fourth cf Joly
celebration io that town. The follow?
ing interesting program bas been ar
ranged for tho day:
8a.m.-Juvenile baseball. No. 4
mill vs. mills Nos. 1, 2 and 8.
9.30 a. m -Bicycle races. Open t
all. Quarter raiie race, heats 3 best 1
8. let prize, gold watch; 2nd pris
bicycle racing snit. Half Mile Raco
l?t prize, silver watch (Elgin move
ments); 2nd prize, bicycle racing suit.
10 a. m.-Horse race. Kuiiniug.
Quarter mile, heats 2 best in 8. Mulo
race. Running. Quarter milo, liuats 2
best in 8. Winner $5, and to other
contestants $2 each, but are required
to run every heat.
10.80 a. m.-Grand parade old sol
diers, companies of militia and bands
11 a. m.-Sham battle.
12 m.-Prize drill. An elegant silver
loving cup to best drilled company of
Dinner will be served from 12 to 2
o'clock just back of grand stund-freo
to ail old soldiers and companies of
2 p. m.-Trap shooting. $1 entry
fee. Open to all. Prize, gold medal.
8.30p. m.-Baseball. Pelzer vs. An
derson. Admission: Gentlemen, 25c;
boys under 13 years 15; ladies free.
Grand stand seats 25c to all.
Special trains will be operated into
Pelzer as follows : Leave Greenwood
7.80 a. m., making connection at Bel
ton with train from Anderson, arriv'ng
Pelzer 8.45 a. m. Leave Greenville
8.80 a. m.. arrive Pelzer 0.10 a. m.
Special train returning to Greenville at
7.80 p. m. Regular train will handle
passengers to Anderson and Green
wood, leaving Pelzer at 8.40 p. m.
The Hampton Monument Fund.
The Committee for this County have
issued the following circular, and re
quest that all persons desiring to sub
scribe to this fund send their contribu
tions to Lee G. Holle man, at the Peo
ple's Bank, Anderson, S. 0. :
The people of South Carolina have
determined fittingly to honor the
memory of her illustrions patriot and
soldier, Wade Hampton, by the erec
tion ??f a monument to him in the capi
tal ?.'rounds nt Columbia, S. C. Tho
lett' ! ituro has appropriated tho sum
. . ..i.OW to this purpose on tho con
uuion that the people of the State con
tribute by private subscriptions the
som of 810,000. Of this amount Ander
son county must and will contribute a
large share, not alono because she is in
point of wealth and progress, and in
point of the intelligence und character
of her people one of the foremost
counties of tho Stato, but because,
also, she bas peculiar pride in the fnmo
and houor of the great Carolinian
whom it is intended to honor, and be
cause it was hero at Anderson that
. he inaugurated that great "Red S li i rt"
campaign of 1870 which made South
Carolina free again and made him im
We have bern appointed, a commit
tee to collect these snbscriptions, and
we appeal with confidence to the peo
ple of Anderson for full and generous
M. L. Bonham,
Lee G. llolleman,
J. C. Stribling,
J. T. Coi,
. C. E. Harper,
Since the Heavenly Father in His
providence has seen beBt to cai i from
earth to Heaven our esteemed sistor,
Mrs. Mamie Stephens Shearer, vre the
members of the Woman's Missionary
Society of the First Baptist Church of
Anderson, S. C., wish to express our
appreciation of her character and
Tho death of this good woman is
peculiarly sad, for not only lum the
husband lost a devoted helpmeet, but
she leaves five little children. She
was especially patient and cheerful in
her home, affectionately training her
children in the fear of the Lord. It
was ber desire to give them an educa
tion and to this end she was planning
and working. She possessed a gentle
and kindly spirit, was not nu mind f ul
o* those abontbut was abundant in
Jtibors for the go0d of others. She was
faithful to her Church, was a member
of the Working and Missionary Bocie
ties, attending whenever her health or
many domestic earea allowed. There
fore, bo it ?
Resolved 1st. That we express^ our
deep sympathy to the husband and
other loved ones, together with the
assurance of our prayers that the God
of graco nnd comfort may abide with
them in this hour of sorrow.
Resolved 2nd. That we inscribe this
tribute in our minute book aad a copy
,be sent to the family and paper.
Mrs. Alice F. Robinson,
Mrs. M. A. Dean,
Miss Lois Watson,
Wild Hog Items.
Rev. D. L. Hatcher, of Anderson,
has moved into the house recently oc
cupied by the Martins, who were in
volved in a shooting scrape with Alou
ao Young several weeks ago.
There will be an all-day singing at
Mt. Tabor next fourth Sunday. Prof.
Halo and others have been invited.
The public is cordially invited to come
and Tiring their dinner baskets and
aong books, "Crowning Day," Nos. 4
and 5. Tuero will be preaching at 11:80
o'clock by Rev. Durham.
Beskal, the 18-months-old baby of
W. T. Williams, died June 1st, and
.was buried the following day at Zion,
Rev. J. E. Beard conducting the fun
Robert Graham, who 'tas been very
feeble, does not seem to improve
Moore & Suttles will grind corn
every Saturday evening until ginnin
season opens. Willie.
We have great Inducements to offer
?ou in Hosiery, Pantr, Overalls, Drawer*,
Ieee Goods, eta We will bo In our office
for the nsxt sixty d ?ya. Boy from na
you get the mill r rices. Wo eave you
the Job bon? profit*,' Call on na and be
convinced. Wa are Belling the largest
and closes:, buyers In the country.
Wx?ttB A OATBR,
Commission Morohanta and Mill Agents
lt Fays Vo Get the Best.
Our it-,idcuce; 126 McDuffle Street, waa
painted with L^t?s Faint. It has buen
proven b? "md a -lorvbt that thia is the
most dumJhle and thispeat pxint on tho
market, with covMng capacity unltn
* paired, . Fresh lot y. at received and ' for
Closing Exercises of the Pendleton Graded
On the evening of June 12th there
n Raa m hi a*) in tho M nil ?j the Pendleton
Graded School a large and expectant
audience to witness the closing exer
cises of this deservedly popular school.
After an appropriate prayer by the
Kev, Mr. Beard, a vision of loveliness
and beauty charmed the audience to
etfck an extent that the song of 4 'Wel
come" was applauded to the echo.
This stirring piece found a response in
every patriotic heart, for woo fn all the
Southland loves not tho dear "Bennie
Blue Flag" and the cause for which it
stands? Thia number was followed by
a well selected recitation which proved
to the audience that important member
of society, the "small boy," was still in
Prominent among the pieces perform
ed which deserve special notice may
bo mentioned the lan drill, which was
gracefully executed in charming style
y ten girls in oriental costumes. This
number elicited very high praise from
the enthusiastic audience. Our nation
al pride in tho Southern Hag received
an additional impulse upon witnessing
thc evolution of eight little boys be
comingly uniformed, who bore oil'the
paim ot victory. All the pupils, those
in the primary and more advanced
?rades, gavo evidence of thorough and
faithful work, and our community is
fortunate in securing tho services of
both principal and assistants.
The entire program was well man
aged and successfully executed in
every detail, and sufficiently varied to
sustain the interest of all present. The
patrons of this flourishing school have
bad exemplified to them that concert
of action combined with ability and
application never fails in producing
the very best results.
The lovely floral offerings and good
attention of the audience testified to
their entire approval and enjoyment of
this rare (V, occasion.
Thisaccouvtl would be incomplete
were we to fail in R?ting the four splen
did essays read by the graduating class,
which consisted ot the following young
ladies: Misses Eva Newton, Anna
Whitten, Alberta Barnet, Mary Lay.
Each subject covered a wide field of
thought und evinced careful stndy and
perfect familiarity with each point un
der discussion, often holding the close
attention of the audience by some beau
tiful flight of faacy or clear cut figure
of speech, showing grace and facility
of expression. The clear enunciation
and perfect ease with which their es
says were read displayed that grace o?
manner which never ?ails to charm un
der all circunibtances.
The conferring of these certificates
upon the graduates markes a very im
portant era in the history of education
al work in our little town. The certi
ficates were presented by the principal,
Professor ll. P. Clinkscales, in a short
but impressive speech touching upon
tho future of these "sweet girl grad
uates" and the duties whicb. awaited
A few shoii instrumental selections
rendered in good style showed to *he
friends of the performers that uno
work had niuo buen done in this de
We do not think we are far wrong
when we assert that great praise should
be accorded to instructors and patrons
for building up during the past two
years a school which in the process of
rime promises to rank favorably with
other institutions of a similar grade.
It is earnestly hoped that our little
town HO long noted for her educational
advantages may move forward in the
march of progress and nobly sustain
her past record, thus taking her right
ful place among adjacent towna and be
finally acknowledged ns the fairest
pearl of tho Piedmont section.
The following program will convey
to our indulgent readers some idea of
the order of exercise, but does not give
the least conception of tho taste and
skill with which ench part was render
Song, by the school.
Recitation, James Harris.
Dialogue, by John Gantt and Robert
Instrumental music, by Miss Nannie
Pologne; by six little children.
Recitation, by Miss Berdie Luv.
Girls, by two little girls,
i Recitation, by John Trescot.
Song, "Lightly Row."
Flu? drill, by eight little boys.
Dialogue, by three little children.
Recitation, by Mary Lois Eskew.
Recitation, by Mae Porter.
Instrumental music, by Miss Ella
Fan drill, by ten girls.
A play, in two acts.
Essays, by graduating class;
Instrumental music, by Miss Leize
Song, by tho school.
An Interesting Photograph.
It will be remembered that Barnard
E. Bee Camp. U. C. V., elected Miss
Simpson, of Pendleton, S. C., a dele
gate to decorate the grave of General
Bee at that place on last Memoral
Day. This was done with very appro
priate ceremonies and Commander P.
A. Emanuel has just received a photo
graph of tho interesting scene. The
photograph shows Miss Simpson in tho
act of decorating the monument with a
beautiful wreath of flowers and is in
scribed as follows :
"Decoration of tho grave of General
Barnard E. Bee, Memorial Day, May
Otb, 1003, at Pendleton, S. C., by Miss
Maria Louise Simpson, who officially
represented B. E. Bee Camp C. V., of
Aiken, 8. C. Scene in the T. ?e plat io
Episcopal Church-yard in Pendleton.
The largo monument is Genernl Bee's
father, the other his mother. Veter
ans on the left, Clemson cadets in Tear.
Young ladies around the monnment.
Crate Reid, old color boarcr, with tat
tered battle flag; by him, leaning on
Col. Bee's monument, is Col. R. W.
Simpson. Presented to Barnard E.
Bee Camp by Mrs. W. W. Watkins,
President Pendleton Chapter U. D. C.
-Aiken Journal and Review.
Letter to Dr. W. H. Nardin.
Ande,son,. S.r C.
Dear Sir: You can put 8100 in yonr
pocket if yon oan put ns in the wrong.
Devce Lead and Zinc ls al) paint. It
takes fewer gallons to paint a house than
with mixed paints. It wear* longer
than, lead snd oil-mixed paints, too.
Tho State chemists, of Malue.New Hamp?
shire, Vormont, Massachusetts, New
York and Pennsylvania have analysed
it snd say Ula pure.
If you ess prove that any of these
things aren't so, we've s hundred dollars
waiting for yon.
If these things are true, what paint
will you use next tims to paint your
house? What will you say to the people
that ask you?-for doctors get asked
If you know of sn honest young pain
ter wno isn't getting the grip on life that
be ought to have, give bim this hint:
Devon lead and zloo-thal-J1 do it, If. he
does bia work ss well as. the paint does
F. W. DEVOK & Co.,^
KvitT Vd! lie
P. S.-W. L. BrlBjey ?ella our r amt, .
There ?B a great deal of sickness in
tbis community at preeont. Our moat
worthy nhvaieinu. Dr. It. ft. Wither
spoon, ie sick with la grippe.
Little Annie May Williford and
Susan Gilmer have been very sick with
dysentery bnt are improving.
Mn. Wade H. Gilmer and Miss Mat
tie Smith" are sick also with la grippe.
Weare glad to have S. W. Millford
and family'in onr midst again.
Our young friend. Clarence Jones,
who joined the U. 5. Navy nome months
ago, is very much pleased, and says he
hasn't been sick a day since he left.
Rev. J. O. A. Grogan, of Douglass
vi!!e. Ga., has been called to the bed
side of his wife, who has been very
sick at her father's, B. P. Shirley.
Wayman C. Gilmer, of Anderson,
was in our midst yesterday.
The congregation at Roberts Church
yesterday enjoyed a fine sermon by Rev.
J. O.A. Grogan from text Phihpians
3-1J3-14. We think if he hasn't already
gained for himself an enviable reputa
tion as a minister of the gospel ho will
in the near future. Come again, broth
We are glad to see the smiling faces
of Misses Ruby Gilmer and Eunice
Jones in our community again.
Our mail boys, Sam Power and Wade
Gilmer, are still clever and accommoda
ting to their patrons.
We are glad to see renewed interest
taken in the Sunday School at Roberts,
and think the people ought to help
their faithful superintendent, Frank
Axman, in this great work.
There will be quarterly conference
at Providence Methodisi Church next
Friday. "Bob White."
Harris Bridge News.
It's r. real busy time with the farm
ers. Most of them are through thinning
cotton in our burg.
Miss Sammie E. Hodges, who hat
been visiting for some time her grand
father, Mr. S. A. Hutchison, at Elber
ton, Ga., has returned home.
Clem. Harris and pretty sister, Miss
Alma, were the welcome guests of
Misses Blanche and Nellie MoClollan,
near Anderson, last Sunday.
Death entered the quiet and happy ?
home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris on
June 10th 'and took from them their
little infant, only 8 days old. The
hearts of her loved ones are made to
feel sad, but a comforting thought is
that she is safe in the arms of Jesus,
who spared her life only a short while.
They laid tho little one by ber kin
dred in Trinity Cburobyard.
M. C. H.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowbrs for sale.
Tjarge and small Palms a specialty. Mrs
J. F. CllnUacaleff, 242 North Main St.
Fine portrait, photograph?, echool
groups, family groups, copying, uni arg
log, buttons, breast pins and charms.
Goori work, cloudy or auushine. Prices
from fta un. Gallery at Greeley Institute,
Geo. W, Hill, Artist. 2t
FOR SALE-A lot of fine Bared Ply
mouth Rock, White Plymouth Kock and
Brown Leghorn Egga for settings. Apply
to Oakland Pouitrv Yards. W. H. Nar
din, Jr. tf March 24
(?millvan Hardware Co. are prepared to
meet the requirements of their customers
for Hoes, having just received 800 dozen
of them. Those Hoes are the best they
can buy. The handlea are of sol?ete ?,
well seasoned timber. The blades and
shanks of hand-forged steel, perfectly set.
8ulllvan Hardware Co. have Poultry
Netting in all heights. For a durable
and low-priced garden or poultry lenee
nothing will equal this netting.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have six oar
loada of Barb Wire and Wire Nails in
stock and en route. As these gooda are
certain to advance in price, they advise
you, if needing any of thia material, to
A bia; lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocka for 50c. See Brock Hardware Co.
When you want Flown please bear in
mind that none are equal in quality and
so perfectly shaped aa those manufac
tured bv Towera and Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
MONEY TO LOAN-in sums ol'?100
or more on real estate mortgages.' Apply
to Quattlebaum & Cochran, Anderson, S.
CITY LOTS FOR 8ALE-Situated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
CllnkBoales, Intelligencer office.
Chronic bronchial troubles and Bum
mer oougba eau be quickly relieved and
oured by Foley's Honey and Tar.-Evana
Ten Years In Bed.
R. A. Gray. J. P., Oakville, Ind.,
writes: "For ten years X waa confined to
my bed with disease of my kidneys. It
was so severe that I could not move part
br tho time. I consulted the very nest
medical skill available, but could get no
relief until Foley's Kidney Cure waa re*
commended to mp. It baa been ?God
send to me."-Evana* Pharmacy.
. Horse Collars-Leather Collara of all
kinda at pricey to please. Cloth Collars.
"Gee-Haw" and genuine "Langford.''
A large H to ck from which you can aeleot
just what you want at Sullivan Hardware
Don't let this opportunity pass and fall
to get a Terracing Plow obeap.
Brock Hardware Co.
On the fix?t indication of kidney trou
ble, ?top it by taking Foley'a kidney'
If you have kidney or bladder trouble
and clo not use Foley'a Kidney Cure, you
will have oniy yourself to blame for re
sults, as it positively cures all forms of
kidney and bladder diseases.-Evana'
During tho Bummer kldnoy irregulari
ties i.ro often caused by excessive drink
ing ir being overheated. Attend to the
kidnovs at once by using Foley'a Kidney
Cure.- Kvjkns' Pharmacy.
A few moro Knot Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brook Hardware Co.
MONEY IO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars tc lend cs*Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attornoy-at-Law.
Ditching Shovels- All kinda and at
lowest prices. Sullivan Hardware Co.
have ten patterns of Shovels from which
yon can take your choleo.
No good health unless the kidneya are
sound. Foley'a Kidney . Care makes the
kidneya right.-Evaus' Pharmacy.
Any farmer will soon eave the oost of a I
set of Blacksmith Toola foy doing hla own j
work. Sullivan Hardware Co. hate a
well selected stock of nach tools.
Belora you sell your chickens and vgga
come and get my prices. I pay cash, and
always the highest prlco the market
affords. J. C. Templeton,
Next door to Ligon ?fe Lodbotter, Pat*
rick's old stand.
Waa Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R. '
Watts, of Salem. Mo , la instructive : "I,
have been troubled with kidney disease |
tor the last five years. I lost flesh andi
neyer felt well and doctored with lead
ing physicians and tried all rem?di?e
aaggeated without relie/. Finally I tried
Foley'a Kldnoy Core and less than two !
Vinttlo* cornpWitnly ??red roo andIsEj
now sound and trel?."-Evans' Pharma?
Now is tho time to get a good Kater
cheap from Brock Hardware Co. \
THE fJ HRP CTADE
Because we are selling oat our entire Stock at ACTUAL
NEW TOBE COST. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Men's
Fants, Boys' Suits, Men's Hats, Umbrellas, Crockery, Glass
ware, Tinware and Imported Blue Enameled W&re, 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 continuo this business as
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS HOUSE
Just as soon as we can possibly close out our Retail Stock at
There are hundreds of items in this Store which can bo
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 btore on
an inspection tour.
THE GLOBE STORE.
DO YOU WANT
TO BUY OR SELL?
OFFICE OF JOSEPH J. FRETWKLL,
DEALER IN RE AT- ESTATE,
ANDERSON, a C;, Jane 1st, 190$.
We are entering the Seal Estate Business for the Purchase and Sale of
Real Estate in the City and County of Anderson, and also in adjoining
If you have anything in the Real Estate line that you wish to sell or
exchange, or if you want to buy desirable City dr Country property, improved
or unimproved, it will be to your interest to call and see ua.
We now number on our list some of the moat desirable landed property
to be found in the Piedmont section of the Stated
Write us y^r wants, and we will endeavor to reply promptly to all in
quiries. Correspondence solicited from all who want information in reference
tc our country.
Large Tracto will be divided to suit purchasers when possible.
We can furnish money on your purchases, where you are not prepared io
pay all cash.
;. . Send in your names at once, if you wish to buy or sell, as this is the time
to get in shape before the Fall months, and make year arrangements for next
JOSEPH J* FHETWELL,
Dealer in Real Estate, Anderson, S. C.
To clean up lines of Herohondise
In Every Departant?t 1
Ton should not miss seeing us
before buying ANYTHING in
Men's and Boys'
The Cash Dollar Cuts a Great
Figure this Summer.
Head-to-Fo jt Outfitters
For Men, Women ant! Children;
Greatest Removal Sale Ever Known in this
Will Move to Larger Quarters.
WE have grown so fast that wo wew compelled to look out fer larger
Store Scorns. We w?l occupy two lartfi floors fronV September 1st, We
have secured the very beat location in thia city, where we will move
Third door from the Bank ol Anderson,
South Side of tho Publie Sonare.
Our Departments are VI filled with up-to-date Goods, and Stoch ofcUl un
broken. We cannot afford to let these Goods lay to be moved to new quar
ters. No, we wiU make ft" great move of all oar Goods by soiling them at
SOME STILT* LE88.
W? will offer you every day new bargains. We will not care what the
?oods cost us. Stich a cut will be given on prices that we will startle tho
whole community, and there will be no questions asked where to go? and buy
them. Go to ??aBSER & CO'S. GREAT REMOVAL SAT*?.
t^e have enough Goods left to supply the whole County.
Come, follow the crowd, and look for yourself.
We will make it interesting for you, and astonish you by sailing our
entire Stock of
CL OTHING and
Ail such Cat Prices that you can supply your wants for a little mosey.
Gome one, come all, and take advantefje of this great Re sao val Sale, aa
Stock must be reduced by September 1st.
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE. LK4J>m OP LOW PKIOBS
After September 1st three doors from Bank of Anderso
next to BijUivan Hardware Co.