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Swell Ribbon Ties.
The Newest Styles, all sizes, for Infants, Children, Misers
The best $3.00 Oxfords on the market.
Popular Priced Oxfords,
Popular Priced Sandals,
White Canvas Ribbon Ties,
Little Gents' and Blucher Oxfords
S?oae better than those made by James A. Banister fis Co.
v Ho better selected Stock,
Or larger line of Shoao
1^ the city than onrs,
we can certainly fit the
People in Footwear.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 190r>.
TEX COTTOH MABKBT.
Strict Middling? Si,
Mrs. J. A. Brock has been visiting
relatives in Spartanburg.
Miss Bessie Hanckel. of Charleston,
is visiting her father in the city.
Miss Leize Sharpe, of Nashvil?e,
Tenn., is in the city visiting relatives.
Our young friend, Theo. B. Fant, of
Union? is in the city viBiting relatives.
Miss Elmira McDaniel, of Belfast,
Tennessee, is visiting friends in the
Robert E. Belcher, Jr., and wife, of
Augusta Ga., are in the city visiting
A. H. Dean, Esq., of Greenville, i?
in the city attending tho Court of Com
An exchange very truly says that an
old gossip sweeps up more dirt than a
According to the almanao the sum
mer season begins today, the longest
day in the year.
, The cotton market is increasing up
ward, and those who have a few bulua
on hand are rejoicing.
R. L. Danie!. of Beverly, Ga., has
been spending a few days in Anderson
with relatives and friends.
Dr. Chas. W. Hickman, of Aognstn,
Ga., is in the city visiting hiu brother
in-law. Prof. T. C. Walton.
Mrs. R. M. Clinkscales, of Atlanta,
is in the eity visiting ber sister, Mrs.
Saosard, and other relatives.
Miss Anna Ross Cunningham, of
Anderson, is visiting Mrs. W. R.
The farmers generally in this section
are about up with their work, and the
crops are looking fairly well.
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. James were
called to Columbia Friday on account
of the death of the latter's brother
John E. Peoples, who has been at
tending the University of California,
is at home for the summer vacation.
Fred. W. Nardin and wife, of Hart
well, Ga., are spending awhile in An
derson visiting the former's parents.
Hon. A. W. JoneB, Comptioller
G?neral of South Carolina, spent a few
hours in Anderson last Friday on busi
A. H. DePass, Esq., a popular lawyer
of Spartanburg, spent a day or two in
the city last week on professional busi
The State summer school for teach
ers begins today at Clemson College
and will continue until the middle of
Rev. F. Y. PreBsley, D. D., presi
dent of Erskine College at Due West,
spent a day or two in the city last
Rev. C. Wardlaw, of Seneca, spen*
last Friday in the city and was a wel
come visitor to The Intelligencer
Rev. M. B. Kelley is spending some
time at Wrightsville Beach, North
Carolina, recnperating from a recent
Mies Lydia Orr and Miss Elsie Gray,
of Anderson, are visiting Miss Mai y
White, East Main street.?Spartanburg
Misses Annie Lebby, of Summer
ville, and Nell Duncan, ofBarnwell,
are visiting the family of Gen. M. L.
Miss Frances Lee, of Anderson, will
be a guest of Mra. Ike Copeland for
the next week or ten daye.?Clinton
Mrs.Templeton Ligon, of Anderson,
is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Brice.?Winnsboro News
We are informed that many of our
farmers are sowing their stubble land
in peas and other forage crops. This
in treed news.
Police Offioer Nathan Hatcher, of
Greenville, has been spending a few
days in the city visiting his kinsman,
L. L. Hatcher.
D. H. McGill, Esq., one of Green
wood's popular lawyers, was in the
city yesterday attending the Court of
The Fonrth of July is just two weeks
off. If you want to have a big time
make your arrangements to spend the
day in Anderson.
If yon want to make a barrel full of
money go to raising chickens for the
city market. The prices are ont of
sight to a poor man.
Everything that has been planted
is growing by jumps and bounds seem
ingly. All kinds of home-grown vege
tables are now plentiful.
The girls and boys are home'from
college having a good time resting
after their hard labors?that is those
of them who studied hard.
Mrs. Mary E. Brown, accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Anna, has gone
to Roanoke, Va.? to visit her son, Dr.
Ralph W. Brown, and family.
Miss Carrie Stribbling, who h*s been
attending Lander College at Green
wood for the past session, has returned
home for the summer vacation.
M. F, -Ansei? Esq., of Greenville,
was in the city yesterday attending
court. His many friends are always
delighted to greet him. in Anderson.
Onr young friend. Samuel L. Prince,
who has been attending Wofford Col
lege in Spartanburg, has returned
home to ?pend the summer holidays.
Lovi N* Gear oad Pen 8. Ashley* of
Anderson, worein Ptefcesa Mcr.day, ia
attendance upon the meeting of the
Pieken a Oil Mill Co.?Picken s Senti
Lieut. B. B. Go'isett, of the United
States Marine corps, who la spending
a month's furlough with his parents at
WiUiamston, was in the city last Fri
\ John A. Horton and Reuben Gam
brell, of Helton came down with Miss
Alma ttsmbrfcll to see .her safe at
home last Sunday.--Abbevilla Me
Rev. O. J. Copeland, of Waynes
boro, Go., has been spending a few
days., in the city. He was recently
called to the pastorate of a church in
Atlanta, of which he will take eharge
the latter part of the summer.
Miss Estelle Aull, a cultured and
reticed young lady whose home is at
lVndleton, ie visiting at the home of
W. W. Rarre on College Hill.?Lexing
T. R. Simpson, of Anderson, has
been in the city thia week on a visit to
his nephew, J. Guy Daniels. Mr.
Simpson lived in Newberry forty years
There will be an all-day singing at
Doublo Springs Church, in Andi son
County, on the second Sunday in July.
Everybody is invited tobe present with
well-tilled dinner baskets.
There will bo an all-day singing at
Poplar Springe Church, in Corner
Township, on the tirst Sunduy in July.
The public is invited to attend, and
carry well-tilled dinner baskets.
The large new pipo organ of the
First Presbyterian Church, which wae
ordered a tew weeks ago, has arrived
and been placed in position. It was
used for the tirst time last Sunday.
Preparations are uuder way for an
elaborate celebration of the Fourth of
July in thia city. There will be base
ball and other amusements at the park
and good racing at the fair grounds.
Mrs. Julia Burries, of Anderson, S.
C, spent a few days in the city this
week vi-itiujr her nephew and niece,
VY. L. Skelton and Mrs. J. T. Simon
ton, of Greenville, Ga.?Elberton (Ga.)
Married, at the residence of the
officiating notary public, A. L. Edens
on the Oth inBt., Mr. W. E. Chapman,
of Anderson County, to Miss M. L.
Gilstrap, of Pickens County.?Easley
The newly incorporated town of
Starr has elected the following olticers
to serve for the next two years: Walter
Pruitt, intendent; J. H. Pruitt, J. J. 1
Smith, C. C. Jones and W. K. Gentry,
Miss Mabel C. Brown, of Helton,
who was elected as one of the teachers
in the Bamberg graded school, has de
clined the position, saying that Bhe
had already accepted a position in the
Blackville school.?Bamberg Herald.
Caesor'a Head hotel is now open and
ready for summer visitors, and is a
most delightful resort. This season it
is under the management of H. M.
Geer, and wife, of Belton, which is a
guarantee that it will be tirst-class in
The large and attractive advertise
ment of The Magnet Department
Store on the first page of The Intelli
gencer thia week ahould bo read care
fully. It tells about the big bargain
saiea that begin next Friday and con
tinues for ten daya.
Warren W. Guyton, who holds i;
position with the YY . ?fc A. Railroad in
Georgia, is spending a short vacation
at his old borne in this county, bavin c
been called home on account of th?
illness of his father, whoso death is
,mentioned in another column.
At a meeting of the Supreme Lodgo
of Knights of Honer in Atlanta last
week ic was decided to admit female
members to that order in future The
members of that order iu And?r?nn
can now cuke their wives and daugh
ters to tho Lodge meetings with them.
Among the graduates from the Lan
der Female College in Greenwood last
week was Miss Laura Hall Lander, a
daughter of Rev. John M. Lander, a
missionary to Brazil. Alisa Lander
has many friends in Anderson County
who will join us in extending her con
J. E. Shaw, who has been engaged in
cotton mill work in Anderson for sev
eral montha, was in Spartanburg yeB
terday on his way to Union. He will
take the position of assistant superin
tendent of the Buffalo mills. He is an
experienced mill man.?Spartanburg
Herald, 10th inat.
A dispatch from Washington a few
days ago says; "At che instance of
Senator Latimer, L. A. O'Neal of An
derson, S. C, has been appointed a
superintendent of construction in the
Panama railroad, Mr. O'Neal waa for
merly connected with the construction
department o? the Southern railway."
Clyde Cromer, an energetic young
farmer of Hall Township, brings ne
the tirst cotton bloom we have seen
this season. The stalk on which tho
bloom appears has been left at our
office. 1c measures more than two
feet in heighth and contains about
fifteen snuarea. It was planted April
Miss Lavina Patrick, of Anderson, is
visiting Misses Julia and Olive Max
well. She arrived last Wednesday
evening and expeots to return to An
derson this week. She has made many
friends during this and other visits to
Walhalla, and she is always a most
welcome guest here.?Keowee Cou
Have you noticed that this year will
have fifty three Sundays? It began on
Sunday and will end on Sunday. One
extra to attend church, to spend read
ing Scriptures, playing witb the chil
dren or breaking the two-year-old
colt. Arrange to avail yourself of
these opportunities which 1005 offers
you, for it will bo one hundred years
before auch an opportunity will come
around again. And then where'U you
bel says an exchange.
AU persons who are circulating the
petitions in reference to the election on t
the dispensary me requested to get all >
the signatures possible and send them '
to Rev. W. W. Leathere by July 1st.
It i? desired to tile the petitions with
the Board of Couuty Commissioners at ^
their regular monthly meeting in \
Rov. Hugh R. Muichison, of Colutn- *
bia, formerly pastor of the Central \
Presbyterian church in this city, 1ms , j
accepted a call to the Bishopville j
church. He has since leaving Ander- ,
son been engaged in conducting u ,
monthly mngnziue in Colombia. It is ,
understood that this will be continued ,
under his direction. i
The Greenville Herald of the 10th
instsays: "J. R. Shelor, of Anderson,
has been elected teller of the First Na
tional bank to take the place of Jas.
Bimie. resigned. Mr. Shelor bus for
several years been eashier of the Blue
Ridge railway at Anderson, and he
comes to this city well recommended
as a first clues busiuess man."
The hot weather is driving hun
dreds of people from the low country
to the resorts in the upcountry. Dur
ing the last few days travel from the
seashore to the mountains has been
exceedingly heavy. As the summer
advances travel will increase and the
llrstof next month every train from
the low crountry to the mountains
will be crowded with summer swal
Some of the members of the Fiio
Department say they are trying to ar
range for a big parade some time soon.
It has been two or three years since
the Department has had an annual
Sarade and inspection. As there will
oabig blow out here July 4th, sup
pose the Department have a big
! parade on Monday, July 3rd, and
theroby draw a big crowd to the city
j for two days.
During a thunderstorm Friday after- j
noon tho gin house on the plantation of
John T. Milford in Broadway town
ship was struck by lightning, and the
plant was completely destroyed by
lire. Besides the machinery sixteen
bales of cotton and a quautity of farm
ing1 implements were consumed. The
loss falls quite heavily on Mr. Milford.
The valuo of the plant and tho cotton
consumed wan about $1,000.
The industrial department of tbe:
city graded school lor negroes has re
ceived a donation of !*>r>00 from the
Slater fund. Tho department has
been in operation during the past year
and satisfactory results have been ac
complished. ;During tbo spring Dr.
Wallace Buttrick, of tho General Edu
cation board and manager of the Sla
ter fund, visited the school, and tho
gift was made after he had seen what
had been done. The donation will bo
available in the fall and is conditioned
upon the equipment by tho school
authorities of a room suitable for
teaching tho industrial classes.
After an illness of several weeks
Mrs. Maggie Burgess died at tho home
of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Kelley, at
tho Hrogon mill last Monday night,
and the remains were interred yester
day afternoon in Silver Brook ceme
tery, Uov. Win. Brown conducting the
funeral services. Mrs. BurgeBs was
tho widow of tho late C. H. Burgess,
who died in Charleston several years
ago, and was 0? years of age. She was
a daughter of the late Rev. A. B
Fant, who, years ago, was a well
known Baptist minister in this county.
She is survived by one son and one
daughter, and has many friends in
the county who will long cherish her
A special dispatch from Chattanooga,
Tenu.I to the Atlanta Journal, under
date of the 15th lost., says: "The An
derson and Tidewater railroad and the
Ohio, Kuoxville and Port Royal rail
road have tiled articles of incorpora
tion as tbo Chattanooga, Anderson and
Atlantic railway, the papers being
signed by Frederick A. Johnson, of
Chicago, first vice president and J. E.
Bieazeale, secretary, of Anderson, S.
C. Three hundred thousand dollars is
the stated capital of the company
and the directors are Albert A. Mar
tin, president; F. A. "Johnson and J.
R. Lea, ot Chicago; N. B. Neeley, of
Milwaukee; J. E. Bieazeale, P. K.
McCully, B. P. Whitner, J. J. Fret
well, of Anderson, S. C, and R. E.
Mutnbly, of Clayton, Ga."
Anderson County has lost another
good citizen in the death of Mr. A.
Whit. Guy ton, which occurred at his
home in Hopewell Township last
Saturday night about 10 o'clock. He
had been in feeble health for several
months and has been confined to his
bed about one month. Mr. Guyton
was tho only son of the late Robert
Guyton, was 71 years of age, was born,
reared and spent his life in the section
where he died. He served his State
faithfully and zealously through the
Civil war an a member of the famous
Orr's Regiment, and was highly es
teemed by all of his old comrades and
friends. In his young manhood he
married Miss Sarah E. Smith, who pre
ceded him to the grave aboat nine
years ago, and he is survived by two
sons and four daughters, who in their
sore bereavement have the sympathy
of a wide circle of friends. On Sunday
afternoon the remains were interred at
Hopewell Church, Rev. C. 8. Black
burn conducting the funeral services
in the presence of a large congregation
of relatives and friends.
WANTED?Knitting Mill help. Would
like to hear from several families.
J. M. Norriu, Westminster, S. O.
MUSIC?MlM Lizzie Cornish, trained |
cacher and planlHt, will receive pupils
londay, July 3rd. Applications the
veek previous. 301 North M ilnj Street.
Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. (). D.
ifoore, pastor of the Baptist Church, of
iarpersvllle, N. Y.. will interest you
lesays: " 1 suffered agon i es, became of
i pers'Hteut cough, resulting from tho
trip. 1 had to sleep sitting up in bed.
[ tried many remedies, without relief,
until I took Dr. King's New discovery
or C ?neumptlon, Coughs and Colds,
which entirely cured my cough, and
?avod me from consumption." A grand
jure for diseased conditions or Throat
md Lunus. At Orr, <Jrav & Co.. drag*
trist; price .'.de tnd fcl.no, guaranteed.
Trial bottle free.
The McCormlok Mower sold by Sul
livan Hardware Co.. in the machine that
ha* triumphantly stood the test of time,
ami today represents the highest attain
ment in tho manufacture of harvesting
That Beautifni Gloss.
comes from tho varnish in Dovc.e's Var
nish Floor Paint; cost* R o?mts tnoio a'
quart though. Sold by \V. L. Hrissoy.
When you want a good Hush. Wend or
tirass liladeand Snath call on Sullivan
Was Wafting Away.
"I have been troubled with kidney
dlsea^o for the last Ave years," writes
Hobort H. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "I lost
desh and never felt well and doctorod
with leading physiclane and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foloy'e Kidney Cure and
less than two bottles comp'etely cured
me and I am now sound and well."
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
All of tho standard makes of Ice Cream
Free/.ere, In all sizes, are carried by Sul
livan Hdw. Co.
lo Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase, after
health, from one extremoof faddism to
another, when, if thev would only oat
good food, and keep their bowels regu
lar with Dr. King's New Life Fills,
their troubles would all pasa away.
Prompt relief and quick cure for liver
and stomach trouble. 25c at Orr, Gray
Co's. drug store; guaranteed.
All kinds of Seasonable Hardware can
be bought at lowest prlcoa from 8ulllvati
Hdw. Co. Ice Cream Freezers, lee Ploka
and Chisels, (lauzo Wire, Spring Hinges
Preserving Kettles, Gasoline and Oil
1 Stoves, etc.
Jf you have kldnov or bladder trouble
and do not use Foley's Kidnnr Cure, yoi
will have only yourself to blame for re
suits, as it positively cures all forms o
kidney and bladder diseases. Sold bj
During tho summer kidney irregular!
ties arooften oaused by excesuive drink
intror being overheated. Attend to tin
kldnoys at once by using Foley's Kidney
Cure. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
All of the latest and most approved do
signs in Builder's Hardware are carriet
by Sullivan Hdw. Co. They can fumis]
everything needed by tho builder in th
line of Hardware.
MONEY TO LOAN for home client
on oasy terms.
Simpson it Hood, Attorneys.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When vou need anything usunllv kepi
In Drugstores don't forget that Wilhlli
& W?hlte aro generallv opon from 10 a
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Palntv, as good a
the best and as cheap as the cheapest, al
ways on band.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have just re
celved their third full car-load of Ameri
can Flold Fence. The best and cheapos
Fence on earth. Every farmer sdiouh
look into the merits of this Fence ant
le?rn of the low prices at which it it
TO CURB BALSAM
Bowel Complaints by
W. E. ATKINSON.
WILHITE & W1LHITE,
ANDER SON. - _ - ?
Now is a good time to bu
and we vaunt you to look at <
best up-to-date styles, and it
make a selection. Our work
have extra bargains to offer,
low and terms to suit.
THE J. S.
P. 8.?We have a lew last I
lo have your Carriage and
so they will be ready when yo
did stock good, dry Rims, 8pc
ber in the rough, and nearly ey
in good shape, with plenty goo
RUBBER TIES A SPEC
Cheap Hates ou July ftttu
?n account of four?h of .July cala?>jr>>. -
tioua the Southern Railway unnnuncMr i
very low rate of one atui one-third* forst
et ass fares for tho round trip (uihsiLDU .
raio fifty cents) from all points hi terri- -
tory Honth of tue Ohio ami Potomac, nntk-V
eaur ot the M i .shMpi-i Rivers. inakv?iac
8t. Liuls, Mo.
Ttokettt on sale July IV, 2n<r, ..t ? on?^
4th. with tinal limit July s Ii, l???i tic?a
in? to be limited to coutiuuouu \>zma%i"
in each direction,
For full Information oon?"U t?-liei..
agent*, or K W. HC ST,
Division Pds>geu};< r Agent,
Interesting to Asthma Sufferer*
"I have bad amhtna for three or fou:
yearH and have tried about ail the>coBgfc;>
"and asthma euren Iii the market?" hayi- -
Daniel liant/., of OttervlUe, low?, "m?!
havo rorelved treatment from physicians
! la New York and other cities, but got
j very little benefit until I trioi Folej'a-.
Honey and Tar which nave mo "venme
diate relief and 1 will novor bo withou;
it in my houHP. I sincerelv recoin moni*..
it to ali." Sold by K.vr.i.n Pharmacy.
The MeCormiek Mower is the cheap
eat uiauhine of tho kind that any farine*
can purchase from every standpoint. "No .
other Machine wdl give such satisfactory
service, no other Machine will cost ht^.
little to keep iu perleet running order,
no other is Machine is ho simple in con
struction or so easy to operate, no other?
Machine will last as long and require at
few repair**. MeCormiek Mowera are
sold by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fate to have to enduy* .
the terrible torture of Piles. "I can*
truthfully say," writes Harry Colson,ol"
Masonville, la., "that for Rlind, Bleed
ing, Itching and Protruding Piles, Buck
Ion's Arnica Salve, Is tho best cure
made." Also beBt for cuts, hume and?
Injuries. 25o at Orr, Gray A Co. ; drug.
If you need a Cano Mill or an e\ apors*
tor you should call on Sullivan Hard
ware Co. and examine those thoy han
dle. They have the kind that will pleeaa -
Nothing Risked, Nothing Gained.
You rNk nothing, In buying EiliotPe*
Emulaitied Od Liniment, because yob>
got your money back If not satisfied1...
Y^ur gain is great, because you get the.
best Uniment ever made. Heat for Rheu
matism, best for Sprains aud 8welling?.
best for use in the family and on yon*
atock. A full \ pint bottle costs Lut 2T
cents. No risk, all gain. Sold by Kvaut.
MONEY TO LOAN?A lew thousaa&V
dollars to lend ou Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
No good health unless the kidney? are
found. Foley's Klduej' Cure makes
tbo kidneys right, tiold by Evans Phar
Ten Years In Bed.
"For ten years 1 wan confined to my
\ I bod with diseaH? of my kidney.s," write* ,
it. A. Gray, .1. P., of Oakville, Ind. "Is.
was so severe that I could not move pt
of tho time I consulted tbo very t?est.
medical skill available, but COtti? gel.
no relief until Foley'a Kidney Cure vrue.
reeoiumended to me. It has been fr+
Godsend to me." Sold by Evans Phar
''F?r seven yoarp," writeo G-oo. "Wi .
Hot"nun, of Harper, Wash., ' I bad o?
bltt? r battle, with chronic stomach aacfc
llvir trouble, but at last I won, ancLV
cured my diseases, by the use o* "i-lee?
trie Hitters. I unhesitatingly refozs*
mend them to all, and don't intend ixt>
Die future lo be without them in tbe ?
house. They are cortalnly a wonderful:
medicine, to have cured such a bad oasK>
as mine." Sold by Grr, Gray <&
druggist, at BOo, a bottle. Try them to*
Notice to Creditors*
ALL persons having demands agxfcaB?;
the Estate of W. L. "Davis, d&??As>?
ed, are hereby notified to present tbero?..
properly proven, to the undersign**?,
within the time prescribed by law, aaadi
those indebted to make payment.
C. P. DiTBP
June M 1901) 52 3
y a new Buggy and Harness^
>ur 1 trge stock of the latest zmza
wil; be no trouble for you ta>
is all sold under guarantee. W?
Give us a trial. Our prices ar&
'all's Jobs to go at Cost.
Buggy Repaired and Repainted,
u need them. We have a splen
tkea, Shafts, Wheels; aleo, Lum
rerj thing it takes to put a vehicle
d help to give prompt service.
PAUL B. STEPHENS.
When you buy your Footwear of us you make a happy combination or
Comfort, Quality, Style and Value. We buy direct from the factories and are
thereby enabled to give better values, than ever before. We have a factory
making nothing but Men s Fine Shoes, another Women's High Grades, another
Children's Shoes and so on. Each factory line is a Specialty and is built on
honor and sells on its merit. If you suffer from tired or cramped feet, the fault
is in the Shoe. See us and we ll correct the fault. Our aim is to please first
the feet, then the purse. \ "* ""' ^