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The Anderson intelligencer. (Anderson Court House, S.C.) 1860-1914, September 28, 1904, Image 5

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Since our last writing we have
received a most elaborate line of
the.
iratest and Newest in
Ladies'
Beautiful Turnover Collars at 10c, 15c, 25c ?and 35c.
Su?ter Brown Collars at 25c and 35c.
"Upto-the-Minute, Long, Narrow Four-in-Hand Ties, in newest shades of j
burnt orange, green, blue, red and black, at 25c. .
Lace Jabots at 50c, 75c and 81.00 are extremely popular sellers.
Stock Collars from 25o to 91.50 are good.
.. We bave a magnificent assortment of Lace Berthas from $2.00 up to
$8.50. They are very stylish. 4
W?n?aor Ties, in popular colors, at 25c, are in demand.
Iii Uevre?t Styles and latest Colors, varying in price from 10c up to 81.00.
Ladies* Hand Bass.
New Shades and Colors.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF BACK COMBS.
Dress Trimmings
Hatton* and Braids are very necessary this season to the finish of an up
to-date dress, especially the Loop Buttons. We have the correct colors with
Braids to match.
Jet Trimmingo, Jet Battons, Jet Bands, Jet Collars are Swell Trimmings
for Dressy Gowns.
We ares now showing
i
Sweaters
For Ladies and Children.
Ladies' Sweaters at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
Children's Sweaters at $1.00 and $1.50.
U.JL
XXA.S JTTST AXtRXVJBBX?.
We have a most attractive line of Bead-to-Wear Hats.
Swell Bats at reasonable prices.
j
With th? prospect of good crops, good prices and general
prosperity, we have mad? preparation for an unusually larg?
business Ibis season. We have put forth every effort to se*
cur? th? right Goods at right prices in sufficient quantity
for all. .
For Geaeral Merchandise we are Headquarters.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ise
A.XN JL>l?3?aiOP?*. 8. Ot
Local News.
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 28, 1?04.
THE COTTOir MABXET.
GoodMiddling- lOi.
Strict Middling- lui.
Middling-10.
E. H. Wilkes, of Laurene, spent a
day or two in Anderson last week.
Cotton is opening very fast and pick
ers are in great demand in every sec
tion.
Miss Mattie Van Duzer, of Elberton,
Ga., is in the city visiting Mrs. T. E.
Howard.
If you want Wie top of the market
for your cotton, farmers, bring it to
Anderson.
The new fall hat for the fair sex is
said to be a two-story altair with a
plume in it.
J/ies Bessie Reh'e, of Walhalla, has
bean spending a few days in the city
visiting relatives.
D.H. Magill, Esq., of Greenwood,
spent last Friday in Anderson on pro
fessional business.
Our young friend, William Harper,
lian gone to Baltimore to attend a col
lege of pharmacy.
Mrs. H.S. Dowling has returned to
her home in Bamberg after a visit to
relatives in the city.
A few watermelons are still on the
market, but they begin to look like the
last ones of the season.
Misses Sallie and Alkansy Wharton,
of Iva, S. C., are visiting relatives in
town.-Greenwood Journal.
Some of tho ex-candidates are still
shaking hands. It is being done now
through habit and not for votes.
Miss Estelle McKinney has gone to
Seneca, S. C., where she has accepted
a position as saleslady in A store.
The good old summer time seems
quite reluctant to take its farewell of
us, yet we might bear the parting.
R. C. Webb, accompanied by his
family, has gone to Highlands to spend
a while for the benefit of his health.
Wm. P. Murphy, one of the represen
tatives of the News aud Courier, has
been spending a few days in the city.
Next Monday Is Salesday. The
Judge of Probate will sell at public
outcry several valuable tracts of land,
G. E. Marchbanks and family, of
Williamston, have moved to this city,
where the former will engage in busi
ness.
Remember the County Pair takes
place Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day of next week. Everybody should
attend.
Married, on Sunday, Sept 18, 1904, by
W. H. Acker, Notary Public, Mr. Bing
Ford and Miss Dora Kelly, all of An
derson County.
The new advertisement of Moore,
Acker & Co. will interest the ladies,
who should read it carefully and give
them a call at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tribble have
returned from the mountains of North
Carolina, where they have been spend
ing their bridal trip.
Afra. Della Wilson returned last
week from New York, where she pur
chased a large stock of millinery for
Moore, Acker &. Co.
Married, on Sunday, Sept. 25, 1904,
bv W.H. Acker, Notary Public, Mr.
Thadeus Kelly and Misa Alice Wil
liame, all pf Anderson County.
Rev. T. H. Law, D. D., of Spartan
burg, has been spending a few days in
the city and preached in the First
Presbyterian Church last Sunday.
Miss Marvin Quattlebaum. one of the
teachers in the- Honea Path schools,
spent Sunday in the city with her
brother, J. W. Quattlebaum, Esq.
It ia-unlawful to shoot bats, martino,
or other insect eating birds, and such
an offense is punishable by a fine of
$10, half of which goes tc the informer.
TheR. E. Lee Chapter, TJ. D.C.,
will aerve a dinner to-day in the vacant
atore room on Brick Range. We be
speak for the ladies a liberal patron
age.
The trustees of Concord school,
which is located three miles north of
the city, have elected Mrs. T. E. Mc
Connell aa teacher for the ensuing
year.
Mrs. R. H. Russell and children, of
Pendleton, came down to Jalapa an
Friday to spend some time with her
brother, 8. B. Aull.-Newberry Ob
-,- ^
Married, on Sunday, Sept, 25, 1904,
at the borne of the bride1 o father, J. E.
Burton, by Rev. H. B. Fant, Mr. Jacob
Smith and Miss Ella Burton, both of
Riverside Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weigle, of Lia?
tie, Pa., have moved to Anderson
County, and will make their home with
Mrs. Weighes father, H.A. Cummings,
near Belton.-Belton Times.
Attention is directed to the new ad
vertisement of Chas. B. Hall Co., who
are now ready to serve the men folks
with fall and winter clothing, furnish
ing goods, etc., at low pricea.
The management of the County Fair
is making every effort to have a grand
display at their first exhibition next
week, and every person who attende
will no doubt have a good time.
Many farmers report that the cotton
crop ia shorter than it was last year.
Others say that they are making more
than they did in 1008. There will not
i oe much if any December picking this
[year.
1 R. W. Bowen, of Pelter, has'zaoved
I to thia city, and-has accepted a position
as salesman for G. H. Bailee in the
"Bee Hive," where he will be pleated
to greet and aerve hia frienda at any
time.
Tho new advertisement of Osborne
&*Pearson thia week ia directed espe
cially to the ladies, who should note
carefully the many bargains they are
offering in new goods for the fall aid
winter seasons.
On Tuesday night, 20th inst., an out
house at the home of J. H. Shearer, in
Rock Milla Township, was burned, to-'
gether with a buggy, a lot of wheat,
faim tools, etc It fa not known how
the fire originated.
W. A. Heath has come to the city to
become engineer in chief of the work
of construction of the street railway.
He succeeds L. H. Knight, of Indian
apolis, resigned. The work of construc
tion-is moving along in the most satis
factory manner, t A large force of
hands ia kept constantly employed,
and . the fine weather conditions aro
very favorable for rapid work.
Tho county delegation at a recent
meeting recommended for reappoint
ment tho present couuty board ot con
trol of the dispensary. Tho incum
bents are T. H. Burnes, J. W. Roth
rock and J. J. Vaughn.
James Cox, tho white mau who waa
seriously injured by being run over by
the night passenger train on tht? Blue
Ridge railroad last week, is recovering
satisfactorily, and his physicians now
think he will soon bo out a'gain.
On account of the Anderson County
Fair next week the railroads will sell
round trip tickets /rom all points in
this State at one fare, plus 25 cents.
The tickets will be on sale October li,
4 and 5, good to return October 8.
The attention of the fair sex espe
cially is directed to the advertisement
of Miss Dora Geisberg on another page.
She has a choice stock of goods for the
fall and winter season, and cordially
invites you to come and seo them.
Our young townsmen, Messrs. Hen.
and John Bleckley, have the sympathy
of their friends* in the death of their
\ mother, Mrs. F. A. Bleckley, which
occurred at her home in Clayton, Ga.,
last Thursday morning, after a long
I illness.
I "Ma," said & discouraged little boy
the other day, "I ain't going to school
any more." "Why, dear?" tenderly
inquired his mother. "Cause 'taint uo
use. I can never learn to spell. The
teacher keens changing words on rio
all the timo."
I W. L. Charpin, accompanied by his
wife, of Elbert County, Ga., but for
merly of this county, has been spend
ing a few days in this section visiting
his daughter. On Monday ho gave us
a pleasautcall, and reported line crops
iu his section.
K. P. Smith arrived in tho city last
week from Detroit, where he has been
studying law. He and G. C. Sullivan
have formed a partnership for the
practice of their profession. Both are
capital young men and well equipped
?or their work.
The pastor, Rev. W. B. Hawkins,
will begin a meeting at th? Baptist
Church at Townville on next Friday
evening, 110th inst., and continue ii foi
several days. The friends of the con
gregation are cordially invited to at
tend the meetings.
Kev. J. T. Cary, the pastor, will be
{:in a series of meetings in the Wes
evan Methodist Church in this citj
next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
Ho will be assisted by Rev. L. Iv
Swaney, of North Carolina. Tho pub
lie is invited to attend.
Governor Heyward has appointet
the following delegates from thii
county to the Southern Cotton Grow
ers' Convention to be held in St. Loni
this week : J. C. Stiibling and R. W
Simpson, Pendleton ; B. F Clayton
W. Q. Hammond, U. E. Seybt, Ander
son.
Mrs. A. G. Fretwell and daughter!
Misses Alice and Carrie, left last Satur
day for Atlanta. They will make thei
home there, at 02 Conley street, durini
the coming winter. Mr. Fretwell ha
secured large contracts near the cit;
and will make his headquarters there
-Keowee Courier.
The new tina of Reese & Bolt muk
their bow to the readers of The 1 e. toll?
gencer thia week, and we advise yo
to read their advertisement. Tue:
have a large stock ol all sorta of fa
i and winter goods for the male sex, an
will take great pleasute in showin
them and quoting prices.
Miss Annie Beaty, of Andersen, wh
is principal of the intermediate depart
ment in the Institute nae arrived an
taken oharge of her dut io?. Mic
Beaty comes among us moat highl
recommended aa beiug a good discii
liuarian, a very thorough and moi
competent teacher in every respect.
Lexington Dispatch.
Gov. Heyward has appointed T. <
Pruitt Coroner of Anderson County 1
fill the unexpired term of the lat
Coroner Banister. Mr. Pruitt wi
nominated in the second primary f<
the full term beginning the first <
January, and it was by general consei
understood that he would be appoint?
to fill the vacancy now existing.
Next Saturday, the fi ret day of Oct
ber, is set apart by the Connie M***i
Orphanage at Greenwood for speci
offerings. He requests all Baptists
the State to give what they earn <
that day to that institution. Tl
members of that denomination in tl
county should bear thia in mind ai
rally to the call of this worthy instit
tion.
Mr. Dave Simmons came to Sene
Wednesday frontTown ville and bong
a horse from T. M. Lowery for $1?'
giving mortgage on property to seen
same. Investigation showed sevei
other older claims. Simmons waa ?
rested Thursday and waa set upon 1
several other -creditors and is now ha
ing plenty trouble of his own.-Sene
Farm ana Factory.
An agricultural paper says: "In t
lecting seed corn m the field the vijg
and growth of the stalks should be o
served, as well aa the ears. If a ats
{?rodnees two or three good ears? ma
t. By using seed from the moat pro
flo stalks the tendency will be to pi
duce more ears every year, until
many as four and five ears per stt
will be the result."
Invitations have been issued to *
marriage of Mies Sallie Sherard a
Rev. I. ?. Wallace, which is to ta
glace at Good Hope Presbyter]
burch, near Iva, on .October 51
Miss Sherard is a daughter of the h
Thoo. A. Sherard, and Mr. Wallace
a young Presbyterian minister of Ls
castor County, who formerly was pi
tor of the Iva and Lowndesvi
Churches.
A prese dispatch from Jackson vi 1
Fla., under date of the 30th inst., sa
"B. W. Sperry, proprietor of the Dir
hotel of this city died suddenly tod
of bright's disease. He, was kno
throughout the South and East." a
Sperry was the first manager of t
Hotel Chiqnola in Anderson whee
first opened a few years ago, and 1
many friends bera who will regret
hear of hie death.
A complaint has been filed with t
railroad commission by the Anden
Mattress factory stating :hat the ri
roads have raised the ratea on shu
. excelsior or cotton mattresses, maid
them higher than moss mattresses, s
as a result South Carolina concerns i
almost forced ont of business in com]
tition with moss factories from otl
States. The commission will at Ol
investigate the matter.
The Greenville News of yesterd
says : "Because of the sickness of 1
'leading man' in the cast of 'Marjor
the proposed trip of the clever comps
of amateurs to Anderson this eveni
has-been temporarily abandoned,
is hoped, however, that there will
nothing to prevent the plans maturi
during the early part of next wee
Those taking part in the performat
have been lookiog forward with a gr?
dial of pleasure to the trip, and t
unavoidable delay ia generally :
gretted.".
Mr. Brantley B. Hart, of Columbia,
and Mis? Eula St. Claire Brown were
married on the evening of the ?let inst,
at tho home ot tho bride's mother, Mrs.
Mary E. Brown, in this city. The i
ceremony wa? performed by Kev. Jno.
Edwards, of Mexico, brother-in-law of
tho bride, assiste?! by Kev. S. J, Cart
ledge, of this city. The couple have a
host ot friends who wish tor them overy
blessing this lite can bring.
Now thnt the cotton ia coming in and
the farmers are getting a food price
and the crop is fairly go ni we hope our
friends who owe us for subscription
wili come forward and pay somethiug
on their account. We need the money
to meet our obligations aud the amount
each one owes is small. Do not wait
tor a statement to be sent you, but call
in and settle or stud us check or money
order. Do it at once while you think
of it.
The Green wood Index of the 22nd
inst, says : "Cards are out announcing
the marriage cl Miss Trances Alexan
der Arnold, daughter of Mrs. L. M.
Arnold, of this city, to Mr. Rhett Bar
ker, also of Greenwood, the ceremony
to take place nt tho residence of Mrs.
Arnold on 5th October. Botii are very
popular young people and have a host
of friends who will be interested in tim
announcement." Mr. Parker isa native
of Anderson, and his friends here will
read the above notice with pleasure.
Kev. William Aiken Kelley, a min
ister of North Augusta, S. C., member
of the Methodist Conference, disap
peared mysteriously from home more
than a week ago and has not been heard
*from since. Some years ago Mr. Kel
ley was pastor of theTown ville Circuit
in this county, and has manyi friends
in that section. It is feared that some
thing serious has happened to him, or
that ho is laborint; uuder a temporary
aberration of mind. Every effort is
being made to locate him.
Tho Greenwood correspondent of the
Columbia State says: "Dr. J. W.
Payne, who has been practicing medi
cine in tho west and who was very
prominent in that eouutry, has decided
to locate in Anderson. It will be re
membered that for some time Dr.
Payne wna very iii in Antlers, Iud.
I Ter., and came home to recuperate,
j Since regaining his health his friends
I have prevailed on his settling in this
State. Dr. Payne ?J one of oui conn
j try's best physicians and wo therefore
[ most heartily commend hun to the
j good people of Anderson.1'
Court Proceedings.
Tho Court of General Seesions con
vened Monday morning with special
Judge Frank B. Gary, of Abbeville,
presiding. Judge Geo. W. Gage has
been In ill health for some time and
unable to meet his appointments, anda
special Judge had to be appointed to
till his place.
The Grand Jury have neted upon the
following bills:
The State vs. Johu L. Earle. As
sault and battery with intent to kill
and carrying concealed weaponB. True
bill.
The State vs. Joseph Eaton. Vio
lation of the dispensary law. True
bill.
The State vs. W. C. AdkinB. Assault
and battery of n high and aggrav?t** 1
nature and carrying concealed wea
pons. True bill.
The State vs. Goober Simpson, alias
Robert Simpson. Assault with intent
to kill. No bill.
Tho State vs. John Neal, I thama
Bigby and Walter Hunter. House
breaking and larceny. True bill.
The State vs. Lee Snipes and Charles
Brook's, Housebreaking and larceny
True bill.
The State vs. John Burns, Sam
Burns, Cornelius Williams and Cal
vert Clinkscalea. Gambling. True
bill. 5
The State vs. D. M. Bedenbaugh.
Broach of trust with fraudulent intent.
True bill.
The State vs. Henry Jackson. Bur
glary and larceny. True bills.
The State vs. Sam Wilkie. Murder.
True bill.
The State vs. John Hobbins. Mur
der. True bill.
The State vs. Henry Webb. Rape.
True bill.
The State vs. Sol Merritt, Gumbrell
Davis and Cephas Sitton. Assault
with intent to ravish. No bill.
Joseph Eaton, a white man, entered
a plea of guilty to the charge cf viola
tion of the dispensary law. He was
sentenced to pey a line of $100 or serve
three months cn tho public works of
the county.
In the case of John L. Earle, charged
with assault and battery with intent to
kill and carrying concealed weapons,
the jury found a verdict of not guilty.
B. F. Martin, Esq., represented the
defendant.
The case against Henry Webb,
charged with rape, was continued un
til next term.
Warren Samples, who waa implicated
in the killing at Piedmont several
months ago, was tried yesterday on
the charge of murder. It is alleged
that in the difficulty he killed Jerry
Dyer. Samples was represented by
E.W. Long, Esq. The jury found a
verdict of manslaughter with recom
mendation to mercy.
The case against John Robbins, who
killed Jamos Martin, will be tried at
this term. If it is not reached to-day
it will come up to-morrow.
Cornelias Williams and Calvert
Clinkscales entered a plea of gnilty to
the charge of gambling and were sen
tenced each to naya fine of $10 and to
be confined in jail for two hours.
The Grand Jury having passed upon
all bil? and transacted all business be
fore it, made its final presentment and
was discharged. As tho law requires,
six of the present Grand Jury were
drawn to serve next year aa follows :
C. W. Beaty, T. C. Poore, J. W. Mas
sey, J. Theodore Smith, J. D. JfcEl
roy and E. P. Vandiver. The remain
ing twelve will be chosen tho first of
the coming year.
The case of Jim Rice, a negro, charg
ed with murder, was taken up yester
day afternoon and the testimony con
cluded. Arguments will be made this
morning and the case will tnen go to
the inrv. Bonham & Watkins, A. H.
Dagnafl and G. H. Geiger represent
the defendant.
WANTED-A white mu to run a
farm. Apoly v* Dr. W. H. Nardin, Jr.,
Peoples Bank Building. 15-3
AttestlsB Msrohsats.
We have great inducements to offer
?ou In Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
'Ieee Goods, etc. We will bo in oar office
for the next sixty days. Buy from ns
yon get the mill prices. We save you
the Jobbers profits. Gall on ns and be
convinced, we are selling the lsrgest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB A OATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents
Sullivan Hardware are preparing for a
very largs fall business. Toey have the
largest stock of Hardware ever carried
by any hardware boase in the State.
They are now located in their new rooms
on South Main street. This building bas
boen admirably ? tied for the tran ?not inn
of their business. Honest K<X.<1H, low
{>iices and fair dealing are the founda
lon stones upon which this firm has
built its enormous business.
DAVIS ?fc DANIEL SHOE STORE,
(PostOtBoe Block, Anderson.)-"Pretti
ed Shoe 8t?r* lu ?be Star**.'' Seen our
big New Stockt Everybody welcome.
Yon are Welcome
as Friends Rather
than as Customers,
And you are not expected to buy be
cause you come into our Store. Our
Stein-Bloch
Smart Clothes
For Fall and Winter have arrived,
and we shall be glad to show you how
well Clothes can be made when talent
shapes the cloth. If you catch sight
of a style that suite your ideas, try it
on as an experiment
IT WILL FIT YOU.
The models are varied from conserva
tive to extreme shapes in Suits and ,
Overcoats, but each is marked by a
strong personality.
Chas. B. Hall Co
South Main Street,
Anderson, S. C.
MCCORMICK
Vertical Lift Mower*
' Thia is a machine the bar of which can be raised td a vertioal positions
by the driver while remaining in the seat, and which also is automatically *
thrown out of gear. For rough and stumpy lands, parks and orchards, m. .
vertical lift Mower is a necessity, and the only machine having this practical
feature ie the McCormick. The devices for raising and lowering the cutter
bar, and for throwing the machine in and out of gear, are very ingenious, but
simple in construction and operation. So perfect is the action of the~e de
vices that the driver can run the McCormick close up to a rock, stump or
tree, and, without stopping the team, raise the bar to pass such an obstrue?
tion, throwing the Mower out of gear, and then lower the har afbaw&rd^.
throwing the machine ia gear automatically without loss of any time.
Where conditions require a machine for work in rough and broken landa-'
there is no Mower that will compare with the Vertical Lift. Wherever in
troduced, it has proven itself to oe the King of Mowers, as it can be operated
successfully on lands and under conditions where an ordiaary,Diachine cannot
be worked.
MCCORMICK STEEL HAT HAKES. .
Like all other McCormick machines,'.McCormick Hay Bakes are built:
on honor. The demand for them has increased yearly with marvelous ra
pidity. For strong, solid and superb leakes the McCormick meets all the re
quirements of the agricultural worl i In material they are the beat, in con
struction they are the beet, and in finish they are the best. In the McCoimick.
Hay Rakes you will find features that guarantee clean and easy raking.
Highly carbonized angle steel is used in the construction of the frame
which gives to the Hake the necessary Btrength and rigidity. There is no -
danger of a purchaser of a McCormick Hay Rake being annoyed with &
sprung axle or a twisted frame. On the McCormick Rake are wheels that
will stand the strain of work on any kind of ground wherever it is desired tc
operate a rake. A special two-inch cannel tiro is fitted on the McCorasisk;
The spokes are set in a bracing position which maintains a uniformly circular'
wheel. Extra heavy malleable iron is used in the manufacture of the hinges,
which connect the frame and axle. These binges are securely riveted and.
will last for many years. Removable boxee in the wheels are notable feature?,
in favor of the McCormick Hay Rakes. These boxes, when worn? can be re
placed at a minimum cost and the wheel is virtually new again. The teethe
on the McCormick are made from a specially selected steel and combine the?
necessary strength, rigidity and resiliency to make a successful hay rake..
The [McCormick Rake teeth gather all the hay, doing clean work, quick
work and perfect work. The McCormick Hay Rakes are equipped with the
handiest and easiest dumping device found on any rake. So perfect is tho
balance of the McCormick Rakes that the weight of the driver greatly as
sists in dumping the hay.
Sullivan Hardware Co.
New Booma South Main St,_
Formerly Alliance Store. .lEB

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