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You Should Have One for the Other.
The Roller Tray Trunk
Has no equal. Snperior in every way to the ordinary old
style [Trunk. Extra comfort. No extra coBt. Simile^
Strong. Cannot get ont of order. \r
Yon do not buy a Trunk often.
When you do get a good one.
It should be well made?made to last.
It should be convenient in every respect.
It should be correct in style and finish.
IT SC TUC
IKE ROLLER TR?Y YOU W?p>
With it the pleasures cf traveling are doubled, because
you pack and uupaek without lifting. A simple motion of
the hand puts the tray out of the way.
We carry in stock?
As high in prise as $20.00. We also Carry a fine assortment
down as low as $2.00,
- Steamer Trunks.
Almost any style and jbsice you may desire.
Dress Suit Cases,
- Telescope Cas?s,
Club Bags, Satchels*
% CJrips, Etc.,
W? offer first-alasa goods at reasonable pri?es;
Why buy a cheap article when you can got & good arti
Youth tndy, ? .
WEDNESDAY, JUNK 28, 19J5.
THE COTTON MARKET.
Mrs. O.M. Heaid is visiting relatives
in Llberton, Ga.
Miss Louise Holmes, of Charleston,
is visiting Mrs. C. C. Say re.
Adop? Gtoi?berg, cf Athens, Ga? is in
the city visiting liia parents.
This is excellent weather for the ice
man, who wears a broad smile.
MiBS Annie Lebby, of Summerville,
o. C, is visiting friends in Anderson.
Some folks are grumbling about
the weather being hot, but it might be
Prenties B. Reed, ot Atlanta, spent
a few days in the city last week with
Miss Lydia Wilhite has gone to Ma
con and Columbus, Ga., 10 visit
Mrs. A. G. Leverett, of Sampson
City, Florida, is visiting relatives in
Mrs. C. S. Sullivan has been spend
ing a few days with relatives in VVest
Mrs. C. E. Coughlin and daughter
have returned from an extended trip
to Indiana. y.
If you want to have a pleasant timdj
be sure to visit Anderson next Tuch-',
day, July 4th. /
^Pr. Walter K. Lewis, of St. Louis,
Is in the c'ty visiting his parents and
E. L. Clarke, of Union, S. C. spent
a few days in Anderson the past week
A few watermelons from the low
country have made their appearance
in this market.
MisB Nelle Poe, of Greenville, and
MisBes Helen Smith and Helen White,
of Abbeville, are in the city visiting
Miss Bessie Simpson, on Church street.
Miss Christine Dickeon, of Seneca,
has been spending a few days in the
city with friends.
Oscar L. Jackson, ofS Abbeville, was
in the city last Thursday and gave us
an appreciated call.
Every prohibitionist in the county
should attend the meeting in the Court
House next Monday.
Misses L3na a*-4. Mary Mattison, of
Talladega, Ala., tre visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Mattison.
One little flower to a living man is
worth more than a wagonload of floral
emblems to t? dead one.
Next Monday is Saleaday. There
will be sc public sales, and the day
will probably be a dull one.
JuBt now we have plenty of old
newspapers for sale at this office.
Call eariy and get your supply.
The crops arc making fine progress,
and if the weather continues favorable
there will be a full crop made.
Miss ThomaB Alston, of this city,
went down to Ninety Six last week to
spend a few days with relatives.
There is very little sickness among
the residents of the city, and the
medical doctors are having an easy
W. E. McGoo, traveling passenger
agent of the Southern Railway, spent
last Friday in the city and gave us a
F. Barron Grier and Ellis G. Gray
don, members of the Greenwood bar,
were in the city last week on profes
E. F. Thomas, formerly of Cleora,
but who now lives at Starr, Anderson
county, visited his old home last week.
. S. M. Orr, Jr., who has been attend
ing the school of technology in At
lanta, has returned home to spend the
Prof. J. Scott Murray, of Maoon, Ga.,
arrived in Anderson a few days ago to
spend the summer vacation with his
mother and other relatives.
Miss Flora Chapman, who has been
teaching in the city schools at Salis
bury, N. C, for several years, is in
the city visiting her parents.
Misa Gertrude Jones, a charming
vonng woman of Anderson, is the
guest of Misa Gertrude Hoy t, in Acad
emy street.?GreenvUle Herald.
A number of Anderson's manufac
turing enterprises will pay their u&nal
jemi-annual dividend of 4 per eent. to
?e stockholders next Saturday, July
This section has experienced some
uctremely hot weather during the past
week, aeveratdays the thermometer
Mistering 90 degrees in the shade at
Look after gardens now. Rill weeds
md grass. Plant snap beans for Sep
tember. Sow cabbage seed for late
irop. Plant corn for roasting ears in
Don't forget that your stook need
?lenty of cool, fresh water these
icorcbing days. Give it to them five
ir six times a day; the last time just
?eforeyou go to bed.
A party of five Clemson students
nade a trip ' from Clemson College to
Lugusta by boat. They went in two
>oats, one making the trip in four
lava and the other in six. <
Never haa Anderson seen so much
ctivity in midsummer building as this
matter. On every band there is ovi
tenco of growth, and especially is this
act noticeable in the euburbo.
The Charleston & Western Carolina
tail way will run an excursion from
indereon to Charleston on Thursday,
uly Cth. Low rates from all stations,
lee advertisement in another col
The Eons of Rest have organized
or th#; sa miner campaign. Officers,
owe vor, have not aa yet beon elec
sd, but it is p-resumed that an election
t>r that purpose will be held in a few
?Sm v " ',x (
Those persons who arc circulating
>.e petitions in reference to the eleo
on on the dispensary question should
ot fail to sead them In to B?v. W.
f. Leathers on or by next Saturday,
Send postal card to Secretary A ?tri?
lltore, Washington. D. C, lur Far
ers' Bulletin; No. 25, which will tell
Stt more about peanuts, thrir raising
id use, than any- other publication,
id it is free. *
Rev. M. B. Kelley, who has been
spending a few week** at Wrigbtsville
I Beach, N. C-. roturned homo lust week.
! Hia many friends are delighted to
know that bis stay there has greatly
improved hid health.
It is the enterprising business man
who advertises. People know that if
they want the largest stock? of the
mo?t up-to-date goods, they must goto
the store that is consistent, persistent
user of newspaper space.
J. R. Sholor, who has been cashier
at the freight depot of the Blue Ridge
Railroad, has resigned his position to
accepta position in the First National
Bank of Greenvillo. He will be suc
eededby E. J. Brock,
Rev. J. 1). Chapman, pastor of the
Fiist Baptist Church in this city, leaves
to-day for London, England, to attend
tho World's Baptist Congress. Wo
join his many friends in wishing him
a pleasant and safe trip.
The Southern Railway will run an
excursion tomorrow from Gainesville,
Ca., via Seneca, Anderson and Belton,
to Charleston, and will no doubt carry
a large crowd. Tho fare is cheap from
all points along the railway.
Mrs. J. D. Chapman was called to
Albany, Ga., Friday on account of the
death of her brother, B.L.Winston.
Mr. Winston was iniured in a railroad
wreck Friday, sustaining injuries from
which he died a few hours later.
There will be an all-day singing at
Triangle, near Belton, the second
Sunday in July, conducted by Messrs.
T. M. Lock, Compton and others.
The public is invited to attend and
bring well-filled dinner baskets.
Announcements are now in order for
candidates for the House of Represen
tatives to fill the vacancy occasioned
by tho resignation of Judge Geo. ?.
Prince. The election will no doubt be
arranged to take place some time in
The Jones correspondent of the
Greenwood Index says: "J. H. Davis
and family have moved to Pelzer. We
sincerely regret their departure and
cordiaMy commend them to the favor
able consideration of the good people
Tho Pendleton Farmers' Union will
meet in Farmers' Hall at Pendleton.
every Saturday evening at 4 o'clock
until 8th July, when the most impor
tant meeting of the yenr will be held
for the purpose of considering impor
Mies Neta McGee left jeBterday for
her nome at Starr, where she will
spend a few days before taking up
special work in music at some summer
school. She will be away from tho
city about six weeks.?Greenwood
News aud Views.
Now that the fruit season has open
ed the housewives will be kept busy
this summer canning and preserving.
Hundreds of cans and glass jars and
thousands of pounds of sugar will be
used during the fruit season for pre
You make some sort of excuse to
keep away from church when the
thermometer is about 90. But remem
ber that if the pastor can prepare a
sermon and preach it, you ougat to go
and listen to him and encourage, him
by your presence.
Samuel T. Craig was stricken with
paralysis a few day l ?o at bis home
at the Orr Mills, his right aide being
affected. Yesterday he was much
better, and his many friends in the
county will join us in wishing him a
speedy restoration to health.
Jim Cox, a negro from Brushy Creek
Township, has been lodged in jail
charged with arson. It is alleged that
he set fire to the barn of Walter King,
a farmer of that section, a few nights
ago. The fire wob extinguished be
fore any damage was done.
, A local reporter on the Charleston
Evening Post last week mentioned a
big excursion that came down from
Walhalla and Anderson as "people of
the sand hills." That young man
probably never saw .red clay or flint
rock in his life.?Manning Farmer.
The great cost sale at the Magnet
Store is drawing big crowds everyday,
and will continue for a few days long
er, as you will see by reading their in
teresting advertisement on the first
page of The Intelligencer. Go and see
j the bargains that are being ctiered.
i Rev. Gilbert Smith will have charge
of the pulpitof the Methodist Church
in this city until the pastor. Rev. M.
B. Kelley, is able to resume his work.
Mr. Smith is a son of H. F. Smith,
superintendent of the Riverside Mills,
and is a bright and promising young
On account of the Fourth of July
celebration in this city the Southern
Railwr./ will sell round-trip tickets to
Anderson at the low rate of one and
one-third first-class fare from all
points. Tickets will be on sale July
1st, 2nd, 8rd and 4th, and are good to
return until July 8th.
There are two vacancies in tbe Clem
son College scholarships from Ander
son County. A competitive exami
nation to fill these vacancies will be
held in the Court House on Friday,
Jnly 7th, The scholarships are worth
one hundred dollars each. County
Superintendent of Education R. E.
Nicholson will give applicants all
Mjjk* v/u iv?
Our young friend, Edwards lt. Mur- t
ray, who hae just graduated from Mer- c
cor University, Mncon, Ga.. has been t
elected an iustructor in Latin, Greek >
and English in that institution, and \
will begin his duties at the opening of *
the fall session. He is now at his home '
in this city visiting his mother and I I
other relatives. ?
The horses in the city have about got
used to the trolley cars and will lot
them pass by without being frighten
ed, but it seems they will never get
use to the automobiles. When an
automobilo comes in (>ight the horse
will rear and snort and frequently
snap the shafts or overturn the vehicle
to which they are hitched.
Dr. and Mrs.Nethery came over from
Anderson, S. C, Saturday, to prepare
for moviug to Atlanta. Mrs. Nethery
is at Colonel 1. C. VanDuzor's, and Dr.
Nethery left Monday for Atlanta to
perfect his arrangements preparatory
to making their home in the Gate City.
Mrs. Nethery will bo in Elberton sev
eral days or a week longer.?Elberton
There will bo a picnic at Level
Land next Saturday, July 1st, and a
most interesting program has been
arranged for tho occasiou. Several
gentlemen have accepted invitations
to deliver addresses, and there will bo
a reunion of all the students of Union
Academy, a clav pigeon shooting and a
game of baseball. Tho Millville Hand
of this city will furnish the music.
Tho public is invited to attend. The
occasion will no doubt attract a largo
crowd of visitors.
The young Indies of Anderson Coun
ty are reminded that there will be
a competitive examination held in the
Court House in this city on Friday,
July 7th, beforo the County Hoard of
Education for a scholarship in Win
throp College, and those who intend
to contest tor this prize should begin
to prepare themselves at once. Super
intendent of Education Nicholson has
the necessary blanks and will take
pleasure in giving any information in
reference to the examination.
Mrs. Eliza Ann McAdams, widow of
the late Hubert B. McAdams, died at
her home in the Antreville section last
4/ondny morning, in the 70th year of
her age. She was born, reared and
always lived in the section where she
died, and since her girlhood had been
a devoted and exemplnry member of
the First Creek Baptist Church, where
her remains were interred yesterday
morning. She waa a most excellent
woman and was highly esteemed by a
wide circle of friends, who will long
cherish her memory. She is survived
by one daughter and two sons.
The following paragraph from the
Greenville Mountaineer will bo read
with great pleasure by the youug man's
many fiiends in Anderson: "J. C. j
Keys, a graduate of Furiuun Univer
sity, has been chosen to a place on the
corps of teachers of tho Furman Fit- j
ting School. Mr. Keys has been in the
Government service on tho lBthmus of
Panama, but will return home before
the opeuing of the fall term of Fur
man University. He is a sun of Mr,
W. W. Keys, of the Baptist Courier
of this city, and Ins friends are re
joiced at his election. He is a youug
man of character and of promise."
Joseph N. Smith, a popular and ener
getic citizen of the Five Forks section,
had the misfortune to lose his dwelling
house and nearly all of its contents by
tire at an early hour yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Smith had gone to a neigh
bor's and there was no one at home ex
cept his daughters. A negro in a field
some distance off discovered the dames
breaking through a window iu the
second story. He gave the alarm and
ruBbed to the house, but the flames had
advanced too far to be extinguished or
to save much of the contents of the
house. It was comparatively a new
house, and Mr. Smith's loss will prob
ably amount to $1,500. It is not known
how the tire originated, and our infor
mant did not know whether Mr. Smith
had any insurance.
The stockholders of the Anderson
Water, Light and Power Company
held a meeting in the city on the 30th
inst. and elected J. B. Vncdiver a
director to take the place of the late
R. S. Hill, and also Henry Orr as a di
rector in the place of his lather, the
late James L. Orr. The company is
iu tine financial condition. It was de
cided to begin a suit in the courta at
an early date to decide the contention
between the city and company. It will
be a friendly suit, and will be brought
by consent of the attorneys on both
Bides. The points to be decided are
whether the Water, Light and Power
Company is furnishing an adequate
supply of water for tire protection,
under the terms of its franchise, and
whether the city or the company shall
pay tho expense of lowering or chang
ing the water mains as are required in
changing the grades of the streets.
There is no Btreet in the oity that
more heavy loaded wagons travel than
over Depot street, 1c leads to both
the Blue Ridge freight depot and the
cotton platform, and for at least fonr
months in the year it is crowded with
wagons. Frequently dnring the win
ter it gets so ceepin mud that the
loaded wagons can hardly pull
through it, and many of the wagons
are forced to travel some other street
ont of the way to reaob tbe depot or
cotton platform. Now this street has
bsen widened ten feet, the bed torn
op, ditches changed and the old
ditches filled with new dirt, and is in
such a condition that if it is not paved
it will be deeper in mud next winter
,Vn over before. No street in the
ity, therefore, uecda paving worse,
ind by paving it tlio city authorities 11
vould bring more encoiuiuuis on their H,
vork from inoro people thau on nny ?
uhernct during their term of office. 0
rhe busy seasou on this street will i <
begin about tho middle of August, ?
when the merchant begin to receive t
their full uud winter stuck of goode, t
and it tho city authorities decide to f
pave it they should secure a largo <
force of hands, begin tho work at once i i
and rush it to completion by the mid- ?
die of August so as to not blockndo
tho street whou the busy season i
H. Newton Heid died at his home in
Augusta, (Ja., lam Monday after a long
and painful illness of cancer. Mr.
Heid was about 70 years of airo and i
tho second son of the late Thus. L. I
Heid, of this county, where ho was ! <
born and reared. In his young man- j !
hood he was a salesman in one of the j
stores of Anderson, and later learned
the trado of a machinist. During tho
Civil war he was an engineer on tho j '
Blue llidgc Railroad, which position he j
tilled for some time, when he resigned i J
and moved to Augusta to work in a
machine shop. He married Miss Mar- |
garet Archer, a daughter of the late
Wm. Archer, Sr., of this city, and sho
with four sons and one daughter are ;
left to cherish his memory. The de
ceased was a most genial, upright man,
and leaves a wide circle of friends and
relatives in AnderBou County, who
will regret to hear of his death. His
remains were interred in Augusta.
Witd Hog News.
J. S, Moore has been to Bickens
County to see his sister, Mrs. S. J.
Burnett, who is very low with gallop
Rev. S. P. Phillips will preach at
Zion every second Suuday.
W. S. Bar nett has been hu Her in g
with a sprained arm.
The Sunday school at Zion is flour
ishing under "Ucclo Robbie" Graham
Leonard Jackson, tho Hotel man at
Portman, has moved back to his home
near Ureen Pond and will bo succeed
ed by Mrs. Lythe, of Anderson.
Hurrah for "laying by" time, ripe
watermelons and picnics!
Johnnie Burns is quite sick with a
billions attack. Blake.
Sickening Shivering Fits
of Ague and Malaria, run be relieved
and evired with Electrlo Hitters. 'Thin
in a pure, tonic medicine, of especial
benefit. In malaria, for it exertH h true
curative iuiluence ou tho disease, driv
ing it entirely out of tho Bystein. It is
much to be preferred to c^uinliie, having
none of this drug's bad atter-< fleets. K.
S. Munday, of llenriottH, Tex., writOH:
' My brotbor was very low with nmlariul
fever and jaundice, till betook Electric
Bitters, which saved his life. At Orr,
Gray A i'a's. drug store; price 5Qe, guar
WANTED?Knitting Mill help. Would
like to hear from Heveral families.
J. M. NorriH, Westminster, S. C.
The McCormlok Mower, aold by 8ul
llvan Hardware Co., is tho machine that
bas triumphantly stood the test of time,
and today represents the highest attafn
ment in tbo manufacture of harvesting
All of the latest and m nut approved de
signs in Ballder'a Hardware are carried
by Sullivan Hdw. Co They can furnish
everything needed by the builder In the
I line of Hardware.
Greatly In Demand.
i Nothing la more in demand than a
i medicine w?ioh ^ueeta modern requlre
i monts for a blood and system cleanser,
such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
are just what you need to cure stomach
! and liver troubles. Try them. At Orr,
Gray <fc Co's. drug store, 25o, guaranteed.
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terme.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When yon need anything usuallv kept
in Drugstores don't forget that Wllhlte
<fe W?hlte are generallv open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paints, as good as
the beat and aa cheap as the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
Sullivan Hardware Co. bave j ont re
ceived their third full car-load of Ameri
can Field Fence. The beat and oheapost
Fence on earth. Every farmer ahonld
look into the merits or this Fence and
learn of the low prices at which it is
A Grim Tragedy
i daily euncted, In thousands of T^fjoaov,
s Death claims, in each one? :?aoJh?-:v
lctlm of Consumption or Pneumonia.,
lut when Cougba and C?>1?1? fvre ;
rly treated, th** trat?f?ilv is averted, y,.
?. Huntley, oi O?klaodon, Ind., writes-.
My wiiu bud the consumption, andi
hreo doctors gave hor up. Finally sbt
ook Dr. King's New DWcvery tos Con
tumptlou, (' ugbs ami Cjldg, wblcfci
;uretl lier, and to-dav she is well andl
ttroug." It kills the germs of x.\ dis
?HHf>H. Or ?> dose relieves*. Guaranteed Ait
M>0 and ?1.00 by Orr, Gray Si Co.. iltUK
nst. Tiial l>.ililo froc.
Ar. Anderson Woman Aska
'have vou a tl >or paint t'iat will last iw&?
iveekh?" Yes we have Dovoe's ; it has s??
beautiful glo?ss Hud will wear two vean^
f properly applied. VV. L. BrUtey.
When you want a good Ruttli, Weed ny
:?rann Jiiado and Snath nil on SuUWaxa
Was Wasting Away.
"I have been troubled with kidney
llaeaee for the last livo years," writer
Robert R. Watte, of Salem. Mo. "I Ioh?
Hash and never folt well and doctored)
with leading physicians an<l tried air
remedioH sugi,o8ted without relief
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure am?
less than two bottles coinp'etely ourei'i
mo and I am now sound and well.'"
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
All of tho standard makes of Ice Crear/j
Freezers, in all sizes, are carried by Sul
livan Hdw. Co.
All kinds of Seasonable Hardwar? cara
be bought at lowest pri?es from 8ulllvai>
Hdw. Co. Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Fioktfe
and Chisels, Gauze Wire,Spring Hinge?,
Preserving Kettles, Gasoline and OV).
If you have kidney or bladder trouble?
and do not use Foley's Kidney Cure, yoia
will have only youraelf to blame for re
sults, as it positively cures all toru.a oif
kidney and bladder diseases. Sold by
During the summer kidney irregulari
ties are often oaused by excessive drink?
iug or being overheated. Attend to ibs*
kidneys at once by using Foley's Klduoy
Cure. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriett Howard, of Now York, at one*
tlmo had her beauty spoiled with ski in
trouble. She writes: "I had Salt Kheuco>
or Eczema for vears, but nothing wonlcC
oure it. until 1 uaed BueklenV Arnica.
Salve." A quick and sure he,.ler for
outs, burns and sores. 25c at Orr. Gray
it Co'e. drug store.
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
"I have had asthma for three or fous
yoars and have tried about all the oougfci
and asthma euren in the market," Bay?.
Daniel Uantz, of Otterville, Iowa, "ani?
have received treatment from physician**
in New York and other cities, but got
I very little benefit until I tried Foley*Hi
Honey and Tar which gave me imme
diate relief and 1 will never be without,
it in my house. I Hincorelv recommend
it to all." Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Tho McCormick Mower is the cheap
est m no hi no of the kind that any farmoir
can purchase from every Htandpoint. No>
other Machine will give such nwiisfactory
service, no other Machine will cost so>
little to keep in perfect running order.,
no other is Machine is so simple in con
struction or so easy to operate, no other
Maohino will last as long and require at*
few repairs. McCormick Muwern aie?
sold by Bullivan Hdw. Co.
If you need a Cane Mill or an Evspora
tor you should oall on Sullivan HareV
ware Co. and examine those thay han
dle. They bave the kind that will please*
Notbing Risked, Nothing Gained.
You risk notbing, in buying EiliotPa
Emulai?ed Oil Liniment, because yob:
get your money back if not batisfied.
Your gain ia great, becauae you get the
beBt Uniment ever made. Beat for Khou
I matiam, best for Sprains and Swellings,
I beat for use in the family and on your
stock. A full * pint bottle costs but 25
cents. No risk, all gain. Sold by Evan?
MONE7 TO LOAN?A few thousand
dollars tc **?ni on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. .> .irtia, Attorney-at-Law.
No good health unlesB the kidneys are?
sound. Foley'a Kidney Cure make?
the kidneys right. Sold by Evans Phar
Ten Years In Bed.
"For ten years I was confined to my
bed with disease of my kidneys," writes
R. A. Gray, J. P., of Oakvllle, Ind. "It
was bo severe that I could not move park
of the time. I consulted the very best
medical skill available, but could get
no relief until Foley's Kidney Cure was
recommended to me. It has been a
Godsend to me." Sold by Evans Phar
Buggies and Harness!
Now is a good time to buy a new Buggy and Harness*
and we want yon to look at our large stock of the latest and
best up-to-date styles, and it will be no trouble for y oui to
make a selection. Our work is all sold under guarantee. We
have extra bargains to offer, kivo us a trial. Our prices are
low and terms to suit.
THE J. S. FOWLER COMPANY.
P. S?We have a few last Fall's Jobs to go at Cost.
When you buy your Footwear of us you make a happy combination of
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 Mens Fine Shoes, another Women's High Grades, another
Children's Shoes and so on. Each factory line is a Specialty and is built on
ionor and sells on its merit. If you sulfer from tired or cramped feet, the fault
is in the Shoe. See us and well correct the fault. Our aim is to please first
,he feet, thsn the purse.