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Infants' Sandals at 50c.
Infants' Black and Tan, Gibson and Bibbon Ties at 75 c.
Infants' Black and Tan, Gibson and Bibbon Ties at $1.00.
Children's Black and Tan, Gibson and Bibbon Ties, sises
5 to 8, at 11.00 and $1.25.
Children's Patent Leather Gibson Ties at $1.50.
Children's Black and Tan Bibbon Ties, sizes 8 1-2 to ll,
at $1.25 and $1.50.
Children's Patent Leather Bibbon Ties at $1.75.
Misses' Black and Tan Gibson, Bibbon and Tokio Ties,
sizes ll 1-2 to 2, at $1.50 and $1.75.
Patent Leather, Gibson, Bibbon and Tokio Ties, Misses
sizes, at $2.00.
White Canvas Ribbon Ties.
Infants' sizes. 2 1-2 to 5, at 75c.
Cullen's sizes, 5 to 8, at $1.00.
Sizes 8 1-2 to ll at $1.25.
Misses' sizes, 11( 1-2 to 2, at $1.50.
Little Gents and Boys
Sizes 8 1-2 to ll, at $1.35.
Sizes ll 1-2 to 13 1-2 at $1.50.
Sizes I to 2 at $1.75.
Sizes 21-2 to 5 1-2 at $2.00.
Ladies and Hisses Spring Heel Oxfords at $1.50.
Ladies, nice Oxfords at $2.00.
Kegina Oxfords, Black and Tan, Bibbon Ties, at $2.50.
Begina Welt Oxfords, Black and Tan, at $3.00.
Black Eid and Pat. Kid, Bibbon and Gibson Ties at $3.00.
Our now FftptTTsar is ri^ht up to the moment.
Come and see it.
V Yours truly, ^
Bat when you can find in a lino of
QnaUty combined with tbs finest workmanship and newest
and spsggetA Isn't lt cheaper te pay just a littlemore
I KtlPPSNBBmBE'S line for tie Sp*iaf and Summer
|eas?n:ofi^rs m z^ffffi??"ind ae^r points that ii; is needs
B?^y ??r you to seeithesejgarni?nts ta appreolata foiiy tfeeir
tm lewis Hits' su sn.
j : REESE & BOLT,
lie .-^e;-'FH?)dSpf??^?ri^ BCatt?rs and Furnishers.
\ M?'&t door to Farmers sud Merchants B&nk,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1905.
TBS corros MARKET.
Day laborers are very acaree and in
demand in tho city.
Chickens and eggs are in demand in
the city and briog fancy prices.
Mrs. Afary Izlar has returned to the
city from an extended visit to Flor
Hon. Frank B. Gary, of Abbeville,
spent a fovr hours in the city yester
W. F. Anderson, of Elberton, Ga.,
is visiting relatives in the city and
Mrs, Anna Shearer, who has been
living for sometime in Alabama? is
visiting relatives in the city and
The Pelee> Athletic Association has
decided to erect an opera house at
The city waa full of people laatfSat
urday and the merchants did a fine
Mrs. J. P. Hillhouse and child'rcr,
of Greenville, are in the city visiting
Mrs. E. M. Bucker has returned to
the city after a visit to relatives in
Miss Lizzie Rogers, of Charleston, is
in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
Capt. H. C. Beattie. President of
the Blue Ridge Railway, spent last
Friday in tho city.
Mrs. W. F. Tolly has been spend
ing a few days at Honea Path with
I friends and relatives.
Dr. A. E. Cox, of Helena, Ark., is
visiting relatives in Belton and other
eeotions of the county.
Miss Elizabeth MoBee, of Greenville,
waa in the city last week with her sis
ter, Mrs. 3. M. Crayton.
W. L. Ch ar pin. of Elbert County.
6a., waa in the city last Saturday and
gave us a pleasant call.
S. H. Ellison, of Westminster, has
moved to Honea Path, where he will
eage in merchandising.
Mrs. Geo. Brown and little son, of
Royston, Ga., are in the city visiting
her f?ther, A. B. Sullivan.
R. C. Laughlin and wife, who have
been spending a few weeks in New
York, have returned home. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Simpson, who
have been, spending several ^?eks in
"florida, have returned home.
A through pouch mail service has
been established between Greenville
and Anderson on the lato trains.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maxwell, Jr., of
Spartanburg, spent several days in the
cit? .not week visiting relatives.
Rev. O. J. Copeland, of Waynesboro,
Ga., is spending a few days in the
enanty visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Eubanks Taylor, of Anderson,
is visiting Mrs. W. C, Whitner on
Oakland Avenue.-Rock Hill Herald.
L. O. Patterson and Dr* Jas. L. Orr,
of Oreen ville, have been spending a
few days in Anderson visiting rela
G. H. Bailes, of the Bee Hive, left
yesterday for the Eastern markets to
buy his spring and summer stock of
Miss Jennie Stevenson, of the Pres
byterian College fer V7om-m in Co
lumbia, lias been spending a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Pool, of Anderson,
vjolted their daughter, -?irs. J- L.
Bolt, of Pickene, last week.-Pickens
There are a number of cases of meas
les io and near the- city. When the
t?rst coses developed it was reported to
be the smallpox.
A local ^weather prophet says the
backbone of winter is broken, but that
we will have several cold spells during
the month of Ap til.
Chiquola Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will hold its regular convention tomor
row < zoning at 8 o'clock, j All the
members ere urged to attend.
Miss Farrow Brannon, of Ninety
Six, S. C., is in the city visiting her
brother, A. B. Brannon, assistant
superintendent of the Anderson cotton
B. V. Meadows is building a neat
cottage on East Hampton street, op
posite the residence of Mayor Sullivan,
and will occupy it as soon as com
Dr. J. O. Wilhife and J. L. Tribbir,
q, have returned, from Baltimore,
lere the latter went to consult a
mescal specialist in reference to his
Solicitor J. E. Bogga, of Pickens,
spent last Thursday night in Anderson
and attended- the banquet given by
the Anderson Bar in honor of Judge
G. E. Prince.
. The infant son of Edward Earle,
formerly of this" county, died at the
home of his parents at Royston, Ga.,
oa the 6th inst.;, and was buried there
the day following. ,
Many gardens in the city have been
planted Tn early vegetables and it will
not bo long before the seeds will becin
.t to ?u?xu?tjBsa *?;o gardens will take on
j a greta appearance.
The county pension list bas been re
vised by the county board and Bent in
to tho State board in Columbia. An
derson has t?? pensioners, 240 of whom
aro mea and 1?3 women.
_ : Be*v?. L. Martin who recently re
J ceived a call to' *he Finst Baptist
ennren ct Helena? Ark., left fur that
city last Thursday "tospy over the
?h? farmers have started their
ploughs, getting ready for another
crop. The general opinion ia that the
acreage ia cotton in this connty will be
muchless this year than last.
Th* merchants are receiving and
ogenintf their stock bf spring goods.
Watch the advertisements in Tho In
telligencer and you will know wh?re
to get the best bargains for tho least
money. 'v-?'':.Y-'. \ ." *,*?;? :',:'\-\) '
The city 'council hae adopted an or
. dioance against spitting on the side*
I walks and throwing peelings from
? fmitft and r>ti?er refuse matter upon
* the3dew?lbs of the city. It will be
ell take<'p thia in mind.
The Sou thorn Ice Exchange is hold
ing its ann lal convention in Augusta,
Ga., thia week, George B. Townsend,
of this city, who ia a member ot the
Executive Committee of the Exchange,
ia attending the convention.
W. Ju. Kennedy, of Lowndeaville.
will orgoV e a branch of the Farinera*
Union nt -?.next Saturday, 18th inst.,
at 2 o'clock n. as. AU the farmers of
that Mette a* are invited to attend and
participate in the nganizaUon.
Jolina H. Well & Co. make their
spring announcement in The Intelli
gencer this week, and we advise you
to read what they say. They have a
large stock of spring goods and are
offering them at bargain prices.
i Married, on Sunday, Jfarcb 5, 1005,
at the home of tbe bride, by J. T.
Lathem, Notary Public, Mr. Herbert
Ellison, of Anderson County, and Miss
Eunice Wyatt, daughter of Robert
Wyatt, of near Easily, Picken* coun
The great council of the Improved
Order of Red Men will meet in thia
city on the 11th of April, Thc local
chapter is one of the strongest in the
State, and the visiting brethren will be
well cared for and given an enjoyable
Mr. Daniel Henderson, of Anderson,
who ia ono of the old Confederate
veteransar<d isa carpenter by trade,
returned to ^s horns yesterday after
spending- t?9R??eUa 'with his ?on, D.
O. Henderson,'-of this city.-Gaffney
The city council hps elected J. B*
DeCamp, of Greensboro, N. C., city
engineer at a salary of $000. The need
for au engineer has been recognized
for some time on account of the growth
of the city. Mr. DeCamp is a native ot
A competitive examination was held
in the Court House Saturday for the
vacant cadotehip in the naval academy
at Annapolis. There were only six
applicants for the place. The papers
will be graded as soon as possible and
the result made public.
Onr popular townsman, Geo. W.
Evans, and sister, Miss Maggie Evans,
have returned home from Florida,
where they spent several weeks. Mr.
Evann' many friends are moro than
Kieased to know that bin health nae
Ben completely restored. -
Mrs. F. A. Black bbs just returned
from the Eastern markets, where she
purchased a large stock of hats and
millinery goods for the spring and sum
mer trade. The ladies are invited tc
call and see her stock ?t her place ol
biiBincco on South Main street.
The River street division of thc
street railway oyo te m has been com
pleted, and eira are now running OE
all the lines. A tract on River street
bas been purchased for a park, ant
this will prove a popular place ol
resort when the weather gets milder
The late Col;- Ja?. L. Orr carried a
snrance policies on his life tc th?
amount of 9105,000. The payment
first made thereon was by the Mutual
Benefit Life Inanrance Company, last
Wednesday, for $5,080.40, in thief ci ty
through M. M. Mattiaon, the Statt
The Board of County Commissioners
met yesterday and re-eleoted all ol
their old employees, as follows: Coun
ty Attorneys, Bonham & Watkins
County Physician, Dr. W. F. Ash
more: Steward of County Home, W. T
McGill, Supervisor's Clerk, W. Y
The State Sunday School Conven
tion will meet in Florence the 28th
20th atd 80th instant. The openin*
meeting will be Tuesday, the 28tb, at t
pt m. fi. suggestive programme ha
been prepared and distinguished Sun
day School men and women will bi
. R. 8. Ligon was elected vice-preai
dent of the Orr cotton mills last wee!
to succeed Dr. 8. M. Orr, who WA
elevated tn the presidency. J. R. Van
diver ot this city and Dr. J. L. Orr? o
Greenville, a son of tho deceased pres
ident, were chosen directors to Jill va
Dr. Samuel J. McElroy died at hi
home in Union, S. C., last Thursday
after an illness of several weeks wit;
acute Bright's disease, aged about 6
2ears. The. deceased was a native o
?conee County and formerly lived a
Polzor. He has many friends an<
relatives in this s?otlon ? who wil
regret to hear of bis death.
Tho city council has*ordered an elec
. tion for April 8rd on the question c
amending the ci ty'a.char ter so as t
have two aldermen from each wan
instead of one under the presen
cha:*AranrV to raise the salary of th
mayor EO that he may give his entir
time to municipal affairs. Little intel
est is being taken in the election s
Ellis Greer and Sam Breszeaie, ne
groes, whe lived near Belton, bocana
involved in a row on Sunday, 6tJ
inst, which resulted in Breazeal
striking Greer in the forehead wich
rock, crushing in the skull, from th
effects of which Greer died lase Fri
day eveniufr. Corocer Pruitt held at
inquest over tho deceased, and th
jory rendered the nouai verdict.
Three hundred delegates of tb
Woodmen of the World from Sont!
Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Ala
bama are in Savannah this week at
tending: the annual convention of tha
organization. The Head Consul of tb
convention is L. N. Archer, an old An
; dereon hoy, who now lives at Binning
ham. Ala. Sheriff N. R. Green am
Auditor G. N. C. Boleman are repre
fronting the Woodmen of this city i
The Charlotte Observer has this in
te resting bit of news in regard to
former pastor bf'this city: "Rei
Hugh Murchison of Columbia, 8. C
hassssamed the pastorate of thc Wes!
minster Presbyterian church, in Di!
worth? in the absence ot the regule
5astor, Rev, J. A. Dorri tee, who is I
'estas for \is health. Mr. Murcblso
io a otrong preacher and is making
very fine impression on tho West tn ir
At ? meeting of the Board of Direj
toro in Greenville l?at Saturday Wi fc
Beattie was elected President of tn
Piedmont Manufacturing Company i
ifpeceed the late Col. Jas. L. Orr. H
?III serve nntil the r??"?*ur SDD?J
'snootingof the Rtockholders in Maj
Mr. Beattie is cashier of tbs Nation*
Bank of Greenville and president c
the Reedy River Manufacturing Con
pany.vHe is a capable business mo
and a popular citizen.
Mr. John Moore died Wednesda
afternoon at his home one mlle east t
town af ter several weeks illness. H
waa never married, having made hi
homo with bis two sisters. Miss Mool
! asad Mrs. John Carpenter. He wi
about-70 years of oge, and had live
AB honest; ijuiet. unobtrusive life. B<
sides his two sisters he is survive
also by.'ano brother. William Moo?
of North Georgia. The deceased wi
an uncle of Dr. B. F. Carpenter.r-Be
The citizens of Zion school district in
Pendleton township have voted a
special tax of three mills for school
purposes. Much interest in better ed
ucational facilities has been manifest
ed in thp.c section of the county, aud
the patrons of the school will have
every reason to bo grateful for the
additional levy. Several ot tho coun
ty districts have made special levies
in recent years, and it all meana iu
the long run better citizenship.
"8cratchean or "grease heel" in
mules and horses ia a disease m>\y
very prevalent among stock. Th?
causo ia usually standing in wet or
foul atables. Remedy: Dissolve blue
stone in warm water until tho
the color of tho water becomes dnrk
blue, then apply tho water in tho
cracks thoroughly. Repeat this the
second morning. On the third morning
wash clean again and apply lard or cot
ton s*ed oil. After the fifth day, if
the places an? not healing apply blue
stone as before. Usually two appli
! cations will cure the worst casas.
I S. J. Davis, the county jailer, acci
! dentally shot himself Saturday night,
j receiving a most painful wound in his
I left leg just above tho ankle. He was
doing extra police duty for tho city at
tho time tho accident occurred and had
returned to tbepcMoe headquarters in
the mill village. He threw his over
coat across a chair, and his pistol,
which was in one of the pockets, fell to
the floor and was discharged. The
ball entered his leg, penetrating both
bones and inflicting a painful wound.
It is not serious, out it will be some
timo before Mr. Davis is able to bo
The members o f the bar association
gave a deligbtfn' banquet Thursday
night in honor of Judge Geo. L.
Prince, tho new judge of the tenth
judicial circuit. The affair was
thoroughly enjoyed by the lawyers and
their guests. Among the speakers of
the evening were Messrs. E. F. Coch
ran, H. H. Watkins, John K. Hood and
Solicitor Bogga. Judge Prince re
plied very feelingly, speaking of the
cordial rolations existing between the
members of the bar and touching upon
the dntiea and responsibilities devolv
ing upon a judge. The elevation of
Mr. Prince to tho bench has been the
source of the greatest gratification to
his friends here, and they are confident
that he will take the very highest rank
in the State judiciary.
J. M. Hayner?, formerly in the employ
of tho street railway company, waa
arrested in Chattanooga Friday by the
authorities on several warranna taken
out here on various charges. Deputy
Sheriff Scott went to Chattanooga to
bring the acensed back and had gotten
as far as Gainesville, Georgia, with
the prisoner when he effected a most
daring escape. While the train was
running at almost full speed near
Gainesville Haynes leaped from the
car window and made his escape. All
efforts to find him proved nseloBS, and
the young man, whose reputation is of
the darkest, has probably taken good
care that the officers of the law will
not capture him. The escape was
mudo at night under circumstances
that the deputy sheriff could not help,
Haynes being in the toilet room at the
. A difttftnc ? has arisen between the
city and thc Western Union Telegraph
company ovet tho payment of the
license imposed upon the corporation
for doing business here. Under the
present ordinance the license was
raised from $60 to $100, and the tele
graph company refused to pay it on
the'ground that it was excessive and
unwarranted by the amount of busi
ness transacted at this point. The
city authorities placed the company's
agent under arrest and gave the
company nntil last Thntoday to nay
the tax with the penalty attaohecL or
suffer the legal consequences. Before
the expiration of the time the attor
neys for the corporation secured a
temporary injunction from Judge
Brawley of the United States district
court restraining the city from collect
ing the license and setting the 21st of
M*rch fe; a hearing upon the whole
matter. It will come np for determi
nation in Charleston next week.
Hundreds of the indies of Anderson
and vicinity attended the reception
given last Wednesday afternoon at
the Palmetto Rifilenien's armory by
the National Biscnit company. Al
though the coming event had been
widely advertised, none realized the
extent of the entertainment in store
for them. The reception vas an en
tire success, not only in attendance,
and in the pleasure afforded the guests,
but as an illustration or how many
and how good are the products of the
National Biscuit Company. The
guests were especially pleased with
the refreshments sorved. Those con
sisted largely of tbe ^..-oducta of the
National Biscuit Compact, and were
of great variety, including bi ECU i tv
crackers and wafers suitable fdr any
requirement, from the oysters to the
dessert. Nabisco sogar wafers' and
Festion almonds were servad aa des
sert. These confections a?, two of
the most delicious producta of the Na
tional Biscuit Company*. The musical
features of the entertainment rendered
by the Von HasBeln Orchestra, con
tributed largely to the enjoyment of
the guests, who departed impressed
with the enterprise and hospitality of
the National Biscuit Company.
If yon want u Cole Planter or Distri
butor you should enter your order at
oaoe with Sullivan Hdw, Co. Hundreds
of these Machinen have already been sold
by them and lt is very doubtful as to
whether the factory will be able to fur
nish them enough Machines to supply
Pneumonia Followo a Cold
hut never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stope the cough,
heels and atrengtbens'the lungs and af
fords perfect security from an attack of
Eneumon?a. Bef?se substitutes. Sold
y Evana Pharmacy.
Every farmer who has ever need a Cola
Planter will tell you that it ia in every
way, by iong odda the beat machine of
the kind that he has ever used or aean.
Not a ningle complaint baa ever bean
heard from any one using thia Planter
hut on the contrary every one has been
m tot en th nala? tlc in praising its perfect
work. The sale of these Planten is con
trolled by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
A Severe Cold For Three Motthe.
Ttl? following letter from A. J. Nut
baom, of Bateevllle, Ind., talla ita own
wt" ry. "I a offer?d for three months with
asevere cold. A druggist prepared me
acme medicina, and a physician pref
sdribed for mo, yet I did not improve. I
than tried Foley's Honey and Tar. and
eight doses cured me." Befase substi
tutes. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Now la the tims to take a spring tonic.
By fur tho best thing to take is Murray's
Iron Mixture. It makes pore blood and
gate rid of that tired feeling. At all
?rasglats OOo a bottle, or direct fro.n The
Murray Drug Co., Columbia. P. C.
Foley's Honey and Tar *
Corea coughs and cold?.
I Carea bronchitis end*asthma.
Curoo arc ap and whooping coughs
Curca ho amones;, KU? bronchial t>oublo?.
Carpe pn*ncoorda ,nd Ia grippe. Sold
ny Evana Pharmacy.
A Merciless Slashin;
OUR unprecedented Reduction Sale still continues, and- in
now the sensation of the day. The publio have long ?ince
learned that wo never advertise fabe clooing out sales and Him
flam cost sales.
When we advertised to the world that we were going to dose
out our entire stock of Shoes (exclusive of our Star line) at a tre
mendous sacrifice, and at prices regardless of former values, we
meant every word we eaid, and our customers who have filled their
wants here are walking advertisements for us, for they are all
astounded at tho magnificent values we are giving.
Our Btock was large and Ircah and is still unbroken. There
are thousands of bargains here that will never be duplicated oa.
this market again. We must get rid of them, for we need' the
room for our new STAR LINE SHOES, and at the prices we
have put on them, they will not be long in moving. Wise mer*
chants, especially, are invited to replenish their stocks at prices
they can't get from any jobber.
A. First Class Pocket Knife
We know you want the BEST, and that is why we offer jon
the ANDERSON PHOSPHATE AND OIL CO'S. 60QDS1 They
have been tested by the best farmers in the State, andi are pro
nounced by them as being far superior to other makes. They are
used by Clemson College on its farms, which chows that this^insti
tution, which is authority on fertilizer values, considers them the
very beet. What better endorsement do you want ?
_.. If you want first-class goode, at priceB that are no higher than
other goods, and honest goods that you can see manipulated by
honest formulas, you can't do better than buy your Fertilizers
from us. Spend your money wilh your. Home Company and you
stand a chance to get some of it back again. Spend it with a
Foreign Company and it is gone from you forever.
DEAN & RATLIFFE,
Dispensers lOfKReal "Values.
Oar Seed last year were the moat satisfactory ws haye*
ever handled. The j came np, grew and made bountiful erepov.
We have the same kind this year-fresh-and we are positiver
yon will not regret it if yon plant them in yonr garden,
?P YOU ARB GOING TO B?Y
We want a chance to sell yon.
If you OWE TTS yon don't know how we would appreci
ate a payment these pinching times. A