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Beautiful Waists at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
Handsome Silk Waists at 2.60,3.00,4.00, 4.50, 5.00 and |
a splendid assortment of
Read| Iliade Skirts.
Walking Skirts at 2 50,4.00, 5.00 and 6.00.
Dress Skirts at 2.00,2.50, 3.00,4.00. 5.00, 6.00, 7.00 and
Handsome Voile Skirts at 6.00, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00 and
We invite your special attention to our
We have a great variety of the newest styles. Made of ]
good material and workmanship. Style and quality eonsid
?red we think that we give'a little better garment for the
money than others.
Our Gauso Underwear is the thing for hot weather.
Our 5c, 10c, X5e, 20c and 25e Vests are extra values.
Are popular. We certainly have the correct thing in Rib
s We have some good things in
And a Milliner who thoroughly understands the busi
ness, and can make you a new Hat, or work the old one over.
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Xs attractive. Som? beantifn\ things to select from.
Laces and Embroideries that you need right now.
Summer Parasols and Umbrellas-almost any price you
may desire. A
Beautiful Neckwear for Ladies.
Also, Belts, Gloves, Hosiery and Summer Notions in gen
Are as much up-to-date as can be found anywhere.
Come to m 'gdth. your Summer needs.
We pride ourselves oh carrying the newest and most
complete atocia in this city.
WMos&le and Retell Healers ia
frfH i ^ ral M?rolmnciis
WEDNESDAY. JULY 82. im
. 8, J..Simpson, of Russellvale," Ark.,
ia m tho city V?B??OS relatives
W. H. Kerr, of Abbeville, ba? been
spending a few deya ip Andereo*.
- Miss Stella Atkinson, of Chester, is !
in the dty visiting Miss Essie Todd!
Mrs. John E. Sadler, of Greenville, ii
in the city visiting friends and re?a
Mrs. B. 8. Hill and daughters have
gone to Franklin Springs, Ga., to spend
a few weeks.
Floor is slowly advancing: Every
thing to eat has gone np lately except
bacon and lard.
H. R. Wells, formerly of Anderson
bat now living in Atlanta, is spending
a few weeks here.
Misses Eva Lewis, Della and Lucia
Cater have gone to the mountains to
spend a few weeks.
Dr. W. H. Nardin, Sr., attended a
meeting of tho State Board of Health
in Colombia last week.
Tho railroads have grouted a rate of
one fare for the round trip to Anderson
daring onr Gala Week.
Canning blackberrif? and fruit and
making jelly is the ot der of the day
just now with the ladles.
W. D. Bewley, a popular merchant
of Chester, S. C.. is visiting relatives
in Anderson, his old home.
Two of oar ci. teens have purchased
automobiles and they attract consider
able attention on the streets.
A lot of fine Conn ty raised melons
were in the city last Saturday and met
with ready sale at fair prices.
Mrs. Percy Sharpe, of Nashville,
Tenn., is in the city visiting her moth
er-in-law, Hrs. W. 8. Sharpe.
The Colombia and Augusta baseball
teams will play some fine games of ball
in Anderson during Gala Week.
Dr. W. I. Hailey and Miss Willie
Swilling, of Hartwell, Ga., spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Anderson.
The Saluda Baptist Association con
venes at Solem Church, in Cen tor ville
Township? next Tuesday, 38th inst.
Amos W. Adams and family of Hart
well. Ga., came over last week to spend
a few days in the etty with relatives.
Mks Nellie Simpson, of Marietta,
Gav, is in the city visiting her aunts,
Mrs. J. M. Cathcart and Hrs. N. B.
Gov. Hayward and his staff will visit
Anderson during Gala Week and re
view tho troops of the Third Regiment
in camp here then. >
The County Normal School for teach
ers closed .last Friday after a most
profitable session of a month. About
ninety teachers were enrolled.
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' Farmers say that the young cotton
is hustling right along now, and though
somewhat late, will make a fair crop
yet, if seasons continue favorable.
The Tennis Club of Brushy Creei:
Township came down to the city lest
week and played ? match game with
the Meadow Ci nb of this city, and car
ried off the honore by a eldee score.
The Gala Week is just two weeks off
now. The owner of every businesa
houso should moko arrangemento to
decorate his building With flags and
bunting. It would look nice and have
a pleasing effect.
The high temperature is driving peo
ple to the watering,, places and moan
tains these days. The trains ore gen -
erally crowded, and those who start
from the lower part of the State early
in the day have a jaded, wornont ap
Afte? November 1 all dealers must
keep theiv manufactured tobacco, snuff,
cigars and cigarettes in the packages
bearing the revenue stamps. They
cannot take these goods out of the
packages and display them in windows
Thomas E. Smith, who has been
clerking in this city for several years,
has gone to Goliad, Texas, where he
wiU engage in business. Mr. Smith is
a most worthy and excellent young
man. and while wo regret to see him
leave Anderson, we wish him much
success in his new home.
The Newberry firemen will have a
double-team horse hose wagon race at
tho Anderson tournament, and a hook
and iadder race and a hand hose reel
race ona foot races-and a goat wagon
race, if there should be one. Our boya
are going, into every race that comes
along and are practicing to win in all
of them.*~New berry Observer.
The Columbia Record of the 18th
inst, says: "Assistant Adjutant Gen
eral J. M. Patrick has received from
W. H. Kearfoot, commander of the
department army of northern Virginia,
U. 8. C. T., a letter requesting bim to
accept a position upon ida staff. The
offer is quite a compliment to Col.
Patrick, coming as it does from the
Married, on Sunday, July 10,1003, at
the home of the ^"dating minister,
Kev. N. G. Wright,^J?r. Harrison C.
Campbell and Miss Hassle Dowls. The
attendants were Mr. Marvin Monly
and Miss Emmie Warnock, and Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Chapman. -All of
Belton. We join the many friends of
thu happy couple ia extending con
L. P. Smith has secured a train to
run to Tallulah. Falla Oa Friday, July
24th. This is a delightful one-day
trip, and tho scenery ia the most won
derful ia tho South. Train will leave
Greenville at 0.80 a. m.,. Belton 7.25 a.
m., Anderson 8 a. m. Returning will
leave Tsliolah Falls at Op. m. sam?
day. Fare from Greenville $1.75; Bel
ton $1.05; Anderson, $1.00. For rates
from other stations see?hand bills.
ArranffAmn^te hf.ve besr. r?a-?u xor
two Sabbath School Institutes within
the bounds of the South Carolina Pres
bytery ; one to be held at Richland
church Angust?? and l8j: the other at
Hmea Path, Auguat I9and 20. Efforts
are being mad? for practical, helpful
discussions of live subjects. The offi
cers, teachers and friends of the Sab
bath School of the Presbytery are
urged to attend. For farber informa
tion, write F. H. Wardlftw, Chairman
Committee on Sabbath Schools, Pied
mont, 8. C.
The Commercial Club, on organisa
tion composed of some of our leading
citizen:!, waa organised in ibo city last
? tea, \?U?? ibo roUowing ?Board[of Di
rectors: Dr. S. M. Orr, P. G. Brown,
G. F: Prince. RTE. Ligoa&J. J; Fret
wellVG. W. Evan? and C. A. Gambrel.
The Club will apply for a charter, and
havewetl furnished room*, ? where thv
members can spend their Mauro boura
mid entertain their friends wheo they
visit th?city. j .
i. Wm, i
I Dr. ?. Ii. Wilson has accepted a po
! eition with Dr. A. Ci Strickland, the
lending dentist of Anderson .-Abbe
mA.aeries of meetings will begin nt
Welcome Choren ?ex? Sunday morn
faur* and probably continuo through the
Rev. W. p. Holland and family, of
Greenville, have been spending a few
dare in and near the city visiting
mends and relatives*
n Ure. Thomee I. James, of Camden.
8. C.. and Misa Clara Quinlivan, o?
Charleston, are in the city visiting
?Sra. Ja*, w. O'Donnell.
A, B. Carpenter, of Greenville, spent
a day or two in Anderson last week.
He baa a host of friends here who are
always delighted fco greet him.
The Anderson Rifles left the city
last Ifonday morning for Colombia to
be with their fellow-soldiers of the
First Regiment in camp this week.
Prof. H. G. Reed, of Weatherford,
Texas, who left Anderson ten years
ago for his western home, is now visit
ing relatives and old friends in this
Rev. 8. J. Cartledge and Rev. H. R.
.Murchison, of thif city, spent last Sun
day in Edgefleld installing the new
pastor of the Presbyterian Church in
Dr. W. Frank Ashmore, who has
been located for several years at New
ry, ha? moved to Anderson for the
practice of medicine. He has located
If you are seeking bargains in any
class of goods, read carefully the ad
vertisements in The Intelligencer this
week and you will know where to go
and get them. ?
Col. R. W. Hunt, the genial and en
ergetic division passenger agent of the
Southern Railway, Charleston, was in
the city last Saturday and gave ns a
Walter P. Barton, of this city, nae
accepted a position on the Southern
Railway between Greenville and At
lanta, acd entered upon his work ?
few days ago.
O. D. Moore is off on a little rest and
recreation trip to the mountains, and
before returning will visit the north
ern markets and buy his stock of good?
for the fall trade.
Married, on Sunday, July 19,1003, nt
the home of the brides father, A.. A,
Dean, by Rev. M. McGee, Mr. A. E.
Dean ano Miss Clayton Dean, both ol
__An old weather prophet says thc
natydids ga**e their first concert ot
the night of the 8th inBt, and accord
ing to the old sign frost will be due it
ninety days, Sept. 8th.
Little boys and children should b<
watched after very closely during th*
races of the firemen in tho afternoons
It is almost impossible for the police
men to keep tLem all oat of danger.
Mrs. Robert B. Cheshire, who hai
been seriously ill in this city for sever
al days, was carried over to Hartwell
Ga., last Sunday, where she could b
nuder the care of that skilled phj slcian
Dr. Wv I. Hailey.
James, infant son of B. B. Tinsley
died at the home of his parents a
Millville last Wednesday night, after i
brief illness, aged three months. Tb
remains were interred in Silver Broo!
Cemetery on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. add Mrs. A. Stivender and chi!
dren, of Leesburg, Fla., are vio i tin,
relatives and friends in the Coonta
Mrs. S?vender has many old friend
in this her native County, and her vie
its are always a source of mach pleat
are to them.
W. Beaty Go?sett, of Quincy, Fla
who io visiting relatives s,i William
eton, was in the city last Monday .an
gave us an appreciated call. Mr. Got
sett formerly lived in Anderson, an
his many friends here were delighte
to greet him. .
The County normal school for coloi
ed teachers opened In the colore
graded school in this city last Monday
with 28 teachers enrolled. Prof. J. ?
Martin, of Greenville, is principal, an
Prof. R. K. Moon, of Pic kens, assis
Rev. H. R. Murchison, who is en jo;
ing the sea breezes at Edisto Islam
will be absent from the city next Sui
day, and there will be no preaching j
the Central Presbyterian Church th;
day, or at the Flat Rook Presbyteria
Church that afternoon.
The Sooth Carolina State Dent
Association convened in its anna
session at White Stone Lithia Sprin?
yesterday. On tomorrow evenii
"minc heat" Harris will tender t
Association a banquet, and the Intel!
gencer is indebted to him for an int
talion to attend.
Reporte from the country conve;
the gratifying information to lot
sportsmen that tho dove crop this yei
will be bountiful in all sections of ?
County. This Ls due to the fact tb
during the early season the small bir
escaped mach of the heavy sprii
rains that is usually a menace to thc
Oar clever yoaBg townsman, M.
Dean, has been seriously ill for a ft
days with appendicitis. Yesterd
morning, accompanied by his wife a
Dr. Gray, he went to Charleston, whe
sn operation will be performed
deemed necessary. We join his ma
friends in wishing him a speedy reco
ery and a safe return home.
Gov. Heyward nae appointed V
commissioners from each of the sev
Congressional Dietriots ia this Stf
who will have in charge the exhibit
South Carolina which is to be placed
the World's Fair in 8t. Louis next ye;
The Commissioners from the Thi
District are R. T. Jaynes, of Walhal
and J. M. Sullivan, of Anderson.
. Many people are star gating tue
nights looking for the comet, which
nearly overhead at ll o'clock p.m., ai
is visible to the naked eye. The con
ia easily detected by reason of its i
callar appearance, that of A heavy sti
it is growing brighter each n'ght, ai
will be, it is said, at tho point in ita c
bit nearest the san about August SI,
The postmaster-general has issn
an o der establishing free city deli ve
POI ce In Anderson. There Swill
four carriers. Hurrah foi Anderso
she is a hustling, growing little cit
and too much cannot be said of her e
terprisiug and pabilo spirited citizei
to whom ia doe Anderson's rise a:
rapid growth.-Seneca Farm and Fa
The Anderson Rifles had a com pe
tive drill on the Court House Squa
l?*t Friday afternoon, and it attract
a large crowd of spectators. T
Company presented a hoe appoaran
and during the drill the Citizon's Bai
rendered some excellent music Aft
a long struggle the prize-a medal
was awarded to Sergeant Frank Fa
mer, and it was presented to him in
brief but eloquent address by H. J
Biri and Mr?. Franois 8. Rodgers, of
Charleston, hpve issued invitations to
the marriage oe their daughter, Miss
Nellie, to Dr. William V/. Chisholm; of
lina city. The happy event will take
place at the home of the bride in
Charleston on Tuesday evening, 28th
inst, at 0 o'clock.
L. J. Williams, a prominent and pop
ular merchant of Greenville, died at
his home in that city on Tuesday night,
14th inst. The deceased had many
friends ned relatives in this County,
who regretted to hear of his death.
His remains were brought to William -
eton and interred iu the cemetery
Eogene Parks, of Anderson, has been
spending his vacation with his mother
and brother at Leverett. He gave the
Messenger a pop call and when told of
the Methodist Sunday School excur
sion to Bordeaux said he really could
I not miss that chance of seeing the
pretty girls of McCormick.-McCor
Prof. Shieb went over to Anderson '
Sunday af ternoon and Miss Laura Stil- [
well presided at the organ tor him. Ho
will remain in Anderson this week on
business, and may decide to locate
there. Many regrets are expressed on
every hand at the pro! .ability of.iur
losing such a splendid musician from
our city.-Elberton (Ga .) Tribune.
Walter R. McFall ard family have
been spending a few dayu in the city
with relatives. Mr. McFall has been
keeping a hotel in Pel^r for several
years, and has moved to Abbeville,
where he will have charge of the new
hotel recently built there. We join
his many friends in wishing him big
BuecesB in his new home.
. The Board of Examiners of the State
Pharmaceutical Association met in
Anderson last Wednesday to examine
applicants who desire to practico phar
macy in this State. Three young nen
appeared before the Board, and thirty
others who graduated from pharma
ceutical colleges sent in their diplomas
and were given permits to practice
Mrs. W. D. Simpson, Jiiss Bessie
Simpson, Alaster Jesse Simpson, Mrs?.
E. J. Gi ay and Jiiss Carrolyn Gray, of
Anderson, spent several days last week
at the Walhalla Hotel. Misses Simp
son and Gray left Monday for Tomaa
see, where they will spend several
weeks at the home of Mrs. C. Jones.
The other members of the party have
returned to Anderson.-Keowee Cou
The Columbia State of the 20th inst,
says: "The Independent racing reel
team will participate in the tourna
ment at Anderson. Th IB was decided
at a meeting held a few days ago.
iWith two representatives such as the
Palmetto and Independent teams Co
lombia is certain to capture some of
the prizes' which are offered. The
meet will toke place on the 4, 5,0 and 7
of August, and many cities will send
teams to participate."
t Last Sunday morning at 8 o'clock
the citizen? of Honea Path were alarm
ed by tho cry of fire and when the first
1 crowds reached the square it was found
that the beef market occupied by J. R.
Donald and Arthur Datcher was in
ilames. The property was a total loss,
lt was owned by Donald and Datcber.
A shoemaker saved his effects, The
plate glass front of W. A. Shirley's
store was destroyed by the heat. L. J.
Davis' Btore was damaged, and the
goods were injured by water. The
ucket brigade did splendid work.
If rs. Sarah Rebecca McElroy died
at the home of her grandson, Robert
R. If liam, in the Sandy Springs section
last Friday evening, 17th inst., aged 75
years. The deceased was a daughter
of the late Jacob Bel lotte and widow of
the bite Archibald McElroy. She wau
born, reared and spent her life on the
plantation where she died, and leaves
one son, several grandchildren and
many relatives and friends to cherish
her memory. She was a most estima
ble. Christian woman, having been a
devoted member of Mt. Zion Presby
terian Church since her girlhood. Mrs.
McElroy was noted for her generous
disposition, and was ever ready to lend
a helping hand and speak a word, of
consolation to the poor and afflicted.
On Saturday afternoon the remains
were interred in the Mt. Zion Church
It's a lie. Gala Week has not been
called oi?. Atlanta, New Orleans and
New York have always ehown a bitter
rivalry toward Anderson and now they
are trying to make it appear that Gala
Week will not come off. The only
foundation for the story is the change
of ad. of Dean & Ratliffe this week.
They didn't think Anderson could
stand two such hot events within a
month, but that goes to prove that
they don't know ns.
DO YOUR BYES HEED HELP ?
DK. B. B. ?BEMM, the well known
Eye Specialist, baa been In Anderson two
weeks. Dr. Crltnm needs no Introduc
tion to the people of Anderson. His
work while here last year speaks for it
self. He ls a man of universal ability in
hi? profession, and those who need their
eyes looked after or new classes at rea
sonable prices cannot render themselves
a tatter service than by calling at oQce
upon the Doctor. He will remain In An
derson umil August 0. Office, Cblquola
WANTED-5,000 bushel? of Peaoh
Seed. We wish seed dried In the shade
and free from cooked seed Save up
your peach ssad and got 30o per bushel
CAM h for them. FANT BROS., Ander
son, 8. C.
We have great Inducements to offer
vou In Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
'7 leen Goods, etc. We will bo in our offloe
for the next sixty days. Buy from ua
yon get the mill prices. We save you
thejobbera profits. Call on ns and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyer? in the country.
WEBB A OATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
A bia lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks for 50c. See Brock Hardware Co.
Before you nell your chickens and eggs
come and get my prices. I pay cash, and
always the highest pries the market
affords. J. C. Templeton,
Nor.6 door to Ligon ?ft Led better, Pat
rick's old staod.
A few mora Kool Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes st the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for oliente. Ap?
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
All enterprising and aucossstol farm
ers now reslize the need of a McCormick
Mower and the great saving affected by
the use of this excellent machine. If
yon do not possess ona of these machines,
Mn Ul van bdff. Co. would be pleased to
?how you bow it would benefit yon to
Tempsrsncs Is the rolling passion of
'ho day and the soda fountain one of Its
strongest supporters and tho most de
lightful and most satisfying of mi the
beverages sold by soda fountains is Pop
d-Cola, the Poplin drink. It Is healthful,
rry it So.
Refined, up-to-date people amaya want
ho best. GALLAGHER BROS. are HO
mowledged io bo among the best PHO
rOGK&PHRRS In tho Mouth. They do
lot waste their ?kill on cheap, fading
Only a few days more
and we turn this Stock
And Gents' Furnishings
Over to our successor, who will
continue the Clothing Business
at the same stand. Only a few
days to buy at : : : : : :
WE CABBY A. FINK 8TOQK OF
Together with'a general supply of the necessaries of life, and* can make mtv
to your interest to trade with us.
Jobbers prices or HATCHET TOBACCO-best made for the money.
Your business is highly appreciated by
WE have unloaded a groat quantity of our Stock, but still have left* a?
great deal of good Staple Merchandise to oner at EXACT COST, whic3ftx>
A GREAT SAVING TO BUYERS.
100 dozen Men's all Linen Collars.?. 5c cacia
65 dozen Men's Black and Polka Dot Seamless Hose. 5c pain
57 dozen Misses' Seamless Black Hose, sizes 5 to 8 ?. 5c pahr*
53 dozen Men's Drill Drawers, 25c kind, now.15c fabr
il dozen Linen Window Shades, 35c kind, complete.19c eaofe. .
56 dozen Men's Black Hali HOBO, 5C kind.21c pam -
7 dozen Men's Work Overshirts, former price 50c, now.30^^
5 dozen Men's Work Oversbirts, former price 25c, now.19c-.
78 Men's Suits left, cost means. .82.60 to 86.00 Suft|
80 Boys' Suits left, sizes 1 to 13 years, prico.65c to 81.73 Sinter
86 pairs Men's Pants, price.38c to 82.00 pafer
146 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, the best value in the house, made up from Man
ufacturera' remnants, sizes 3 to 17, price.15c to 35c-.
We have left about 82,500 worth of Shoes. This is excellent stock, ano)
if we can fit you means dollars in your pocket.
Wa are well sold on Dry Gooch, but still have about 1200 yaids Stan
dard Prints at 4c and 4ic per yard, about 700 yards Chambray Ginghams*
former price 8c, now 61c. Good styles. Two Bolts Bleached 8-4 Sheeting
per yard 125c, worth 20c.
We have thousands of things which ^e cannot mention in an advertise
ment, and which we are selling out at New York Coat.
A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU.
DEXTER GROCERY COMPANY,
Successors to D. C. Brown & Bro., South Main Street.
A.t all ?oda fountains f
The Most Satisfying, Cooling, Refreshing,
Invigorating and Delicious, i : J : i s.
DOES NOT EXCITE THE NEBVESI