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Local News.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, VMi.
County Farmer's institute Organized.
Pursuant to a call issued some weeks
. ago about one bundled farmers of tho
County met in the Court House on
Thursday morning, and organized a
'farmers' Institute. The organization
?wau perfected by tho election of tho
following officers: H. Harris, of Pen
dleton, president; ,S. N. Browne, of
.Centerville Township, vice-president;
C. <>. Harris, of Anderson, secretary
and treasurer. Tho attendance,
though not :\n large a? might liavo
been expected, was satisfactory, und
Chose present were linn in (heir belief
that good could bu accomplished by a
?TQgular organization.
The fertilizer question carno in for a
abare of discussion, and a committee
?vasappointed to investigate thu m
euease in prices of fertilizers ami con
fer tvith t!?e dealers with a view of
bringing about a reduction. A resolu
tion was adopted requesting the Attor
ney General to prosecute all cases
.agaiust tho fertilizer companies where
.tho fertilizers fall below the standard
parade.
Talks in reference to tho object and
ifiheaeed of organizing were made by
0?L Ii. W. Simpson, J. li. Douthit, T.
9Li. Clinkscules and M. ll. Richardson.
'<CL C. Langston, appearing for tho
?Chacubcr of Commerce, spoke of tho
?work inaugurated by the Stato Immi
gration .Society for tho purpose of
;briuging a desirable class of immi
igrauts to this State, and invited tho
?import and co-operation of the An
^floreon County farmers in tho matter.
.The meeting adjourned to cou veno
*aignii!'<Hi Wednesday, January l'lth.
At tbat*meeliug it is expected to have
?flevernl practical talks by successful
?armers on agricultural subjects.
JMr.Dean Weds Aliss Archer.
Mr. -Samuel Dean and Miss Ann io
j&kxcfcsr were happily married at tho
?2aniv -ot the bride's mother, Mrs.
*it?*';o Archer, on Broyles Street, last
tfXojiiesduy evening at '6-MO o'clock,
"fffee ceremony was performed by Rsv.
W. W. Leathers, tho groom's pastor.
Quite a number of friends and rela
tives of the bride and groom were
(present to witness tho happy event.
Tho bride is the only daughter of
Airs. Archer, and by hor charming and
-winsome ways makes a friend of every
^acquaintance. For several years she
fiaos been the chief operator at the tele
phone office, whore she will be greatly
-fenn il
Mr. Dean is a son of Hr. Walter
?Dean, of Varennea Township, and is
?one of that section's most successful
{plumers, tum ioiucciviug the congratu
lations of his many friends on winning
the hand of one of Anderson's moat
lovely young ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean will be at the
ifiome of Mr. Walter Dean until after
<the holidays.
The happy young couple have the
"3?est wishes of their many friends.
Notice Veterans.
LIM of representatives la the various
*S"ownBhlpa :
-ST, J. Qllmer, Anderson.
a?. G. Acker, Broadaway.
J. T. Green, Belton.
J. K. Tripp, Brushy Greek.
Qobort Htevonucu, Corner.
W.'??. McGill. Center ville,
.ff. O Gantt, Fork.
D. R. Melton, Garvin.
IE. M. Dania:.', Hone? Path.
Jf. O. MoAdama, Hall.
Wm. Bolt, Hopewell.
Y. Marlin, Martin.
A. J. Mitton, Pendleton.
. B. F. Shirley, Rook Milis.
?. P. Clinkaoalea, Savannah
W. T. Dean, V?rennos
W. O. Meredith, Willlamstou.
Tiio Veterana lu each Township will
neport on or before January 10th, 1904, to
<tbo representative above named in the
"TCownahtp in- which you live, and the
.representatives will please send in their
mop o rta to pension commissioner by 23rd
? <*rf January, 1004, and further report all
.narho bave died in the last year, alao all
?rh? have left the (State, County or Town
.ship; and farther report all those in Claas
JL, ti and O, No. 1, wboae Income exoeeds
#150, to Clash C, No. 2, $75, tn Claas C,
-Moa. 3 and 4, 8100. This amount la groBa,
a?t net from all sources or property anm
-j&ant to produce the above amounts in
J.applicants or wife's name debars bim,
'?and when kal diera or widows din peno of
efeelr property by giving or selling to
tfaeir children or where a soldier give? to
.Ods wife his property they are debarred.
Slow In ?ase a Veteran or widow fails to
.??port to the representativa of the Town
.?Alp In whloh they reside, and your
?nama la left off, no ono will be to blame
.?eacoept yourself. ,
John T. Green, County Ch'm.
JOeo. 21st, 1001,
^NOTICE.
~l will be at* the Auditor's Offloa at An
?florson G. H. on the 2sth, ?*9th, 80th and
:aiat December. 1903, and 2nd, ?th, 0th,
Mth and 23rd January, 1904, for the pur
pose of preparing all pension papers for
?new applicants, writing up transfers for
.removing to other Counties in the State,
?av if you are a ne? applicant lt ls better
sk> report to me and I'll fix you up and
?aben you take your application to the
Township representative and he'll pass
aspon IL J. J. Giioufur,
Pension Commissioner fer Aaderaon
<Connty.
000.21st, 1904.
JQsYistmas Holiday Excursion Rates via
X. & W. C. Railway.
'Sound trip Coko ts on sale at very low
-?atea Daeamner 23,24, 25, so, 81,1908. and
Jlcnaary lat, 1901. wi th final return limit
?atora limit J anuru* 6th, 1904. for teach.
?au ead stu den La of achoo!* and colleges
?.o? pr?sentation and ?umcider of oerttfl
?fiates signed by SoperintoodenL Princi
pal or President of school or college.
?for farther information apply to your
?stakst agent or
?Ssa. T.Bryan, Ernest Williams,
..GerflAgt, , ?en'l Pasa. Ag?.
H Greenville, S. C. Augusta, Ga..
I Ta very thin a wanted by the Bpor taman
*aa i* be found In the mammoth atook of
'?StfUlvan lid w. Co. Thia firm bsa been
having tremendous Bales om ill gooda In
v-thiaUae.
Pot Plant? .Mid Out FloWbrS for Bala.
' Lange- and a m all Psi maa ap e cl al t y. Mrs.
.-J. J?. Gllnkawie?,,729/NorUa Malu Bt,
Death of P. W. Symmes.
Tho li reen ville Nows ol' tho 20th
iiiHt. contained tho following announce
munt, which will bo read with great
sorrow by tho friends ot tho deceased
in this city:
"In tho death of Frederick W.
Symmes, which occurred yesterday
morning at 10:20'o'clock, tho city loses
ono of UH most energetic and ambi
tious young men.
"Mr. Symmes had been sick for niuo
days with pneumonia. For several
days his condition had been extremely
critical and it was not a surprise to
thone at his bedsido when lifo passed
from him yesterday morning. Ile was
.I ! years old .
"Ho was a native of Pendleton and
was a hon of Dr. and Mrs. (?. II.
Symmes, of Peru, I'la. Mr. Symmes
had been connected with thc Poe Man- I
iifactunng Company ever since tho
i mill was established and at the time
of Iiis death he was secretary of the
company. Ho was one of tho most
competent men in the services of tho
company. His employees looked upon
him as an exceptionally flu? young
man, ono ?if true worth, conscientious
and devoted to his duties and
thorough and painstaking in every
effort.
"Mr. Symmes was a man of true
principio and thoroughly reliable in
every respect. He was of a retiring
disposition, but had a number of strong
personal friends. When it was an
nounced that Mr. Symmes was dead
tho wheels of the largo factory nea*
which ho had labored faithfully for
many years were stopped out of respect*
to tho dead.
The funeral services will be held
from th? First Presbyterian Church
this afternoon at '.i-MO o'clock."
Mr. Symmes spent his boyhood days
in Anderson, his parents having resided
here a number of years, nnd he learned
tho printing business in The Intelli
gencer ollico and worked hero several
years. Ho was a most deserving,
worthy youngman, and highly esteem
ed by all of his acquaintances. To
the Borely bereaved parents wo tender
our sympathies.
Will Restore Schedule.
Columbia, Dec. 18.-Tho following
statement was given out this evening
by Superintendent Welles of tho
Southern railway:
"The train schedules between Co
lumbia und Greenville have buen
thoroughlv discussed in tho public
prints, and no two persons or com
munities seem able to agree as to tho
morits of tho present schedule or as to
what schedule would suit, but the
adverso criticism against the present
schedule has been BO pronounced as
< to mako it appear that tho former
echedulo was satisfactory to moro peo
ple and to a larger section ot the coun
try which the road travers?e than the
present schedule.
? "Therefore, it ha B been decided on
tho next chango of time card, Janu
I ai y 12, to restore trains 15 and 10 to
their former figures, leaving Columbia
at ? a. m., arriving at Greenville' at
8:10 p. m., arriving at Colombia at 1:20
a. m. Any further adjustment of the
ligures on tho line of various sugges
tions offered will be given careful con
sideration." ?
Civil Service Positions.
The United States Civil Service
Commission has announced the follow
ing examinations to be held in Green
ville on the dates named:
December SO.-Examination to se
cure eligibles to lill two vacancies in
position of trained nurse in the Philip
pine service at $720 por annum with
board and quarters.
Januarjr 12-13-Position of heating
and ventilating draftsman in the oflice
of the supervising architect of the
treasury. Age limit 20 years or over.
January 12-Position of electrotype
moulder in the govornment printing
oflice, Waehington, D. C. Age limit
21 years or over.
January 13-Position of interpreter
(Dutch and Flemish) iu the Immigra
tion service at Eilis Island, New York,
at $1,000 per annum. Age limit 20
years or over.
Persons who desire to compete should
ac once apply either to the United
States Civil Service Commission.
Washington, D. C., or to Peter F.
Cureton, Greenville, S. C., secretary
of the local board of examiners, foi*
application forms, whioh should bb
properly executed and filed with the
Commission at Washington.
A Coming Wedding.
The Nashville (Tenn.) American of
the 18th inst, contained the following
paragraph, which will be read with |
interest by the friends of the parents 1
in this city, the former home of the !
i father: "Mr. and Mr*. A. C. Scudday
announce the engagement and ap
! preaching: marriage of their daughter.
Alva, to Robert B. Herbert, the second
I son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Herbert.
The wedding ceremony will occur on
Tuesday evening, January 12. at Tulip
Street Church. Dr. O. E. Brown, of
Vanderbilt University, officiating.
The bride will be attended only by a
maid of honor, her sister, Af isa Mabel
Soudday; there r?iil be ushers, and
Thomee L. Herbert, Jr., will net aa
beet man. There will be no reception.
Mies Scudday ls one of tho youngofc
girls In society, and is extremely popu
lar in Eaat Nashville, where her fami
ly reside. She is bright, pretty and
aeeomtwahed, and possessed of a lov
able ch'jraoter and nature. Mr. Her
bert ia a member of a prominent and
influential family and nae won for
himself a host of friends in the busi
ness and social world.1*
'?i i i ? i mm i
Lodge Meeting.
Mr. Editor: Please announce in
next week's issue that Barnett Ledge,
No. 108, A. F. M., will meet on Satur?
day. Mth inst., at 2 o'clock p. m. All
of the members of the Lodge are re
quested to be present as there is ahme
business of Importance to attend to.
'pr, J A, M. Guyton, See.
Tiie City ?on.
Tho City ol Anderson hi's won a vic
tory over th? Standard Oil Company.
Some lime UKO tho city council decided
to put n Meeline tax of $150 on ali com
panies selling oil here. Thu Standard
Oil Company, through its attorney,
.Joseph A. McCullough, Esq., of Green
ville, resisted tue collection of tho tax,
and an injunction wan secured from
the Courts rcntraining tho city from
collecting tho tax. A recent decision
of the Supremo Court of the State in a
case brought in Spai tanburg set foi til
principles which made it clear that the
Anderson ordinance, at least, was not
objectionable on the grounds ot' being
excessive or discriminuting, und tho
comp.my abandoned any further ac
tion niter paying iii the cont.-, and ox
pcascBin the ease.
- - . ? ?
The Supply Ordinance.
At a special meeting of the ci ty coun
cil A/on day night tho supply ordinance
for the coming year was passed. The
levy for I'.iCM will bo Hi mills, au in
crease over the present rate of one-half
a mill. The tax on money lenders
cunio in for some discussion, hut it was
Haid that the "sharks" drew their legal
paper in such a manner as to avoid
violating a letter of the law, though
its spirit was certainly broken. It ia a
pity that a good case cannot be brought
against some of them. It was sug
gested that a general license tax be
imposed on lines of business in the
city, hut action in tho matter waa de
ferred to a later meeting.
SHAW'S PUKE MA LT-I ts value in
?loknesu has been tried and proved. ID
tho home lt 1M not safe to be without it.
Absolutely pure. On sale at all dispen
sarles.
BONE MEAL is highly recommended
in the "American Eoeyclopoedia" and
by all intelligent and auccosuful florista,
nurserymen and gardeners for Pot Plant?,
Rosee, Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Clover,
Lawns, Strawberries and Vegetables,
because of lasting qualities and high
grade mnUynin. PANT liUOS. manu
faoturo il no lo I y from old dry animal
bones at Anderson, 8. C. List of custo
mers and what they uso our bone meal
for, furnished with BampleB sud price
upon request,
K.M. SNIPES will be in his photo
graph gallery ?very day duriDg the
Christmas holidays ready to take your
picture.
Customers who sell Hides to FANT
UKO-*, nt their old Htand next door to
tho Intelligencer office are warned not to
forget that they will move to their new
office and warehouse opposite BrieBey'?
Lumber Mill, on railroad siding; near
old Freight Depot on Jan lat, 1?04.
Foley'** 1 lonny mw) Tar nonitively eures
all throat aud lung diseases Kef use sub
stitutes.-Evans' Pharmacy.
Attention, Merchants.
We Lavs great inducements to offer
vou in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, etc. We will bo in our office
for the next sixty days. Hay from un
you get the mill prices. We save you
the jobbers profits. Call on on and be
convinced. We aro selling the largest
?nd olonesc buyers in the oountry.
WEBE ? CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
Buy vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Co.
A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
H to ok fi io 5()c. See Brook Hsrdwsre Co.
A Pen or Pocket Knife from Sullivan
Hdw. Co. would be appreciated on a gift
by father, son or gentleman friend.
MONEY TO LOAN-In sums of flOO
or more on real estate mortgages. Appiy
to Quattlebaum <fe Cochran, Anderson, fe?.
O
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
Are you thinking of what to give your
boy for Chrlstmss ? If you oonsult his
wishes you \i ill buy an Air Ride from
Sullivan Hdw. Co. This Arm bas the
kind of RIUOB that all the boys want.
Don't be imposed upon by taking Bub
Btitutea offered for Foley's Honey sod
Tsr.-EVSDB' Pharmacy.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE-Sltuated on
snd near North Main Street. Five min
utes' wslk Court House. Apply to J. F.
Ollnksoales, Intelligencer office.
WE nOW h S VS ump aOu Mfa in-tiimrm?
lo get out work in a reasonable time. We
thank our patrons for their patlenco with
us while we were so ranch behind with
our work. M168 CARVER, onr assis
tant, has had seversl y ea ra experience tn
the business, ls a fine retoucher and un
derstands all parts thoroughly. See ua
at our Gal ery.-GALLAGHER BROS.
A set of Sullivan Hdw. Co's, elegant
Csrvers would be a most acceptable gift
to mother or wife.
Report From the Refera School,
J. G. Gluok, Superintendent, Prunty
town, W. Va., writes: "After trying all
other rd ver Used cough med lol nea
have decided to ase Foley'? Honey and
Tsr exclusively in ehe West Virginia
Reform Sohool. I find lt the most effeo
ttvsand absolutely harmless."-Evans'
Pharmacy.
A Timely Topic.
At this season of coughs and colds lt ls
well to know thst Foley's Honey and
!Tar ls the greatest throat and lung reme
dy. It cures quickly and prevents seri
? ons results from a cold.-Evans' Pharma
cy.
'ShoalrJ Oki Aoqaalitttee Be Forgot.
And Never Brought fe Mei."
When yon need anything nsnaiiv kept
io Drugstores don't forget that Wi I hit?
A W?hlte are generally open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lncas Paint?, as good as
the best and ss cheap as the cheapest, ?1.
way a on hand.
Aa lt grows oold yon feel the need of a
good Axe. Ail patterns of tho best quat*
Uv Axes manufactured are sold by Sulli
van Hdw. Co. ,
WANTED-Persimmon, Dogwood,
Hickory and Holly Logs. Freight paid
on carloads. Jemes Cookabo tt, Charles
tou, S C. I6t 18
MONET TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap.
ply to B. F. Martin, Attoraey-at-Law.
Don't 1st this opportunity pass and fail
to get a Terracing Plow cheap.
Brook Hardware Co.
A kidney or bladder trouble can al
ways bs oared br asing Foley's Kidney
Cara In time.-Evasa' Pharmacy.
A Theeeand Otilar*? Wert, ?f Seed.
A. H. Thames, s well-known coe] ope- !
rater of Buffalos O., writes, "I have been
afflicted ?nth kidney and bla&W ihn*
ble for years, passing gravel or atc
with excruciating pain? If?A no relief
from medicines until I began taking
Foley's Ktdnoy Cure, then the result was
sarprislng. A few doses started the
brioc dost like fine stones and now I
nave no pain aer?se my kidneys andi
feel like a new man. It bsa done mea
1100 worth of good."-Evans' Pharmacy.
A few m?re Kool Choppers sind Kelly
Po rfeet Axes al the old price.
Brook Hardware Co. -
Loaded Shells, either new Club or new
Rival, All sise loads with any alee shot.
Yon can get j net .-what you want in thia
line from Sullivan. Hdw. Co.. who have
J lust received their . third foll, car-load
' shipment of these goods.
THE HOLLY xlND THE MISTLETOE
Aro in berry and it reminds us that
CHRISTMAS ie COMING.
THE first of December is the timo for us to out prices.
You want a CHRISTMAS PRESENT for your wife, daughter or sweet
heart. The C. A. REED MUSIC HOUSE has everything in this line to
bright? n the nome, cheer the heart and please the/ancy.
Pianos, Organs,
Small Musical Merchandise,
And Sewing Machines,
In great variety.
S*&~ Call, investigate, and get ?.?rices.
THE C. A. REED MUSIC HOUSE.
-TO MY COUNTRY -
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS !
When you come to Town to get your Christmas Fruits,
Nuts, Etc., come over and give us a call. Will save you
money and give you the highest Cash Prices for your Butter
and Eggs.
C. FRANK BOLT, Gash Grocer.
Phone 279.
Only a short while, you know, before the
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS,
And there's many things you must haye.
If you will make our Store your shopping place for
XMAS HOLIDAY GOODS,
You wHl find some very remarkable values in everything in
our Stock.
Blankets,
Underwear,
Rugs,
Art Squares,
. Jackets,
Furs,
Millinery,
Shoes, Etc.
When in town drop in and let us ohow you.
Moore, Acker & Co.
4 GET THE HABIT OF . f
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE [
Which is now complete. The two bright |,
windows filled with k
Up^to^Date Footwear! I
Shows you the intelligence of an
Experienced Salesman.
4 Full line of FELT SHOES or SLIPPERS, at Low Pri?es, fe j
will protect your cold feet. r
The Boston Shoe Store is tba place where you eso meet the v
4 oareful Shoe buyers. t
4 Every Shoe sold is made of the very best selected leather sad >
4 is guaranteed. ^ ' ?
4 You can find almost anything and everything in the Shoe or ?
< Rubber line. ?
4 Ooma before you buy and look the large variety of Shoes *
4 over. You will be pleased to find a place where you can get full ?
* value for your money. *
< You are alway* welcome, and find always friendly h&ads ^
4 wait on you. Respectfully, i
MARTIN SELIGMAN.
Two doors from Tamers sui Merchants Bank.
BUGGIES, HARNESS, CARRI?G1
fe* I
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You cannot affbid to buys Buggy, Surrey? Carriage or
Harness without looking through my large stock and getting
close prices. I can certainly save you money.
J. S. FOWLER.
We
wish
our
friends a
istmas
And a Iiappy and
Prosoerous New Year !
We feel profoundly grateful to our
friends and the trading public for the
large business they have given us
during the year 1903.
We are making every preparation to
make 1904 a larger business year
' than the one just past. ;
Again wishing you a Merry Christmas we are
"lours truly,
Head-to-5*oot Outfitters for W?w. Wnm?n and Children.
HAVE MOVED TO THEIR
AT A ITT
iixrw.
M?e
A? o fi Arn !
illilii !
COMPELLED to seek Urger Store Booms we7 are noir occupying Two
Large Floors, whioh are filled with New, Up-to-Pato Marchandise, ?ll bought
for Spot ^ask by ahrewd buyers. , We do - not need to explain who we are.
Your parents and grand-parents have always made headquarters with UB, and
we have won their fall confidence. Wo have no old S to ok to offen We do
not try to sell yon one article at a loss and make it up on others, like a great
many business houses do. No, wo are dealing honest, and yon all mast como
and see what enormous stooks of carefully se?eoted
Dry Goods,
Shoes?
Clothing and
Millinery
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ls awaiting your inspection. Inspection means baying. * How often haye yo?
been tempted by some concerna to boy shoddy, bat mea-Io oking Goode, ?nd
have found oat afterwards that it did not give satisfaction ? Bow often have
you bought a good !ooking|Shoe and found afterwards it had a, paotoboard sole*
and bought tamo ovar ogain|? Why not come where yon aire knowa, wharo
yon are at home, and where yon have always boen suited, and where y?u w$0
again bo well soltad f
We bought from, a large Cloak manufacturer 600 high groado CLOAKS !
whioh wo will ofter at snob low pricos that there will b? ac coopetifcloa.
You will ba delighted to inspect our beautiful MILIilNERY DEPAK3~
MENT. This has become par pet department, because the vary latest ety?s?
and quality of HATS sell at eight. Paney Hats, bat net fancy fir?oeff, aa?
j the quiok sellers.'. i'r#^>-' . H-'hA
Do not go and look for CLOTHING elsewhere when yeo can tad afoS?
I large assorted lot of nobby Clothing at ridiculous!? low prices.
WE ARB THE SHOE PEOPLE because we havo built up an roomer
trade in good Shoes. We sell only * olid leather Shoes aa the veryfe#e*fr
prices. Yea can find hero tho very latest styles in Footwear, o?lhw for la&eflfc
men or children. Come and examine ont Shoes before yon hoy elsewhfflpa.
i We know how to fit year feet ssd pocivt-W?k, ana guarantee ?ny SS^e
goes ?ut of our Store.
We always carry a tO? line of up-to-date Goods, and soil them a*
I priesa ?han any other Store In this section. Before yo? hoy give ne & ?all?
We have ?aay polite and w?" ksvw? Sales-people who are w?UUU\$ and ras?p
to wait en yon an?treat you like old friends.
PRES, tfRKB ! FREE ! ! Hand Painted China free 1 We torfelort
I received a new lot bf hand-painted China for freo premiumfti Ask < ?ot C?ttr
pons. , Yours always truly, . \r
1^
lilSAD^It?: OK* ?OW f\
?flr* Next door to Sullivan Hdwv Co., Soitthgide of PubV^o Piq[af?e# t^4&?
doors from tf?nx?jf Anderea, White Frontf Major* Building,

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