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If you contemplate a trip to the mountains, sea-shore or
abroad yon will need either? i
Dress Suit Case,
Or Traveling Bag
Of some kind. We certainly can fit you up.
We can satisfy the most faitidious in Style, Quality and
In addition to & large and well-assorted stock of the reg
ular kind, we have a variety of?
d handsome high cImb?
Dress Suit Cases,
Traveling Bags, Etc.
/ ; .
The equal of our Stock cannot be found in this city.
We axe making a specialty of Travel
& in need of anything in the line be sure to give us a
8ty?e, Quality and Price guaranteed.
WEDNE8DAY, JULY 12, 1905.
THE COTTOH MABXZT.
Mrs. W. C. Pearman. of Pelzer, is in
the city visiting friends.
Mrs. M. A. Stovall, of Augusta, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Chickens and eggs are still in demand
in ths city at fancy prices.
W. M. Speer, of Lowndesville, spent
Sunday and Monday in the city.
This time next year candidates will
oe numerous and politics lively.
Miss EUie Seel has gone to Washing
mgton and other points on a pleasure
Miss Mattio Hall, of Piedmont, is
visiting Mrs. Frank Murphy, on Mc
Miss Mary Calhoun. of Greenwood,
is in the city visiting her cousin, Mies
?, F. Cochran, Esq., and wife have
gone up to Jocasseo valley to spend a
E.P. Harris and wife, of Elberton,
Ga., are visiting relatives and friends
Many drummers ar i now visiting
the city soliciting orders for fall and
Mrs. Florence West, of Tocooa, Ga.,
Is in the city visiting the family of Dr.
R. F. Divver.
Mrs. W. A. Hudgens and children,
spent the paBt week in Honea Path vis
Miss Emma Williams, of this city,
left last week for Asheville where she
will spend several months.
Misses Helen Carey, of Seneca, and
Floride Carey, of Fickens. have been
visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. Lon Williams and children, are
are visiting the family of A. B. Sran
non, on Spring street.
Some mon worry because they have
no work, and some others worrv be
cause they have.
Miss Georgia Norris, of Columbia,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fos
ter Fant, last week.
Misses Russie Breazeale and Henri
Austin are in the city visiting Mrs.
Trammel! on Evans street.
Miss Blanche Clinkscales, of Abbe
ville county, was the guest of Mrs. A.
W. Kay. during last week.
MiBB Nettie Symmes, of Greenville,
has returned to her homo after an
sxtended visit to relatives in the city.
Wm. D. ?ason, of Bennettsville, S.
C, has been spending a few days in
Anderson visitiupr Miss Minta Press
W. E. Reynolde, a popular nier
shant of Greenville, spent Saturday
md Sunday in the city with the fam
ly of J. B. Jetton.
W. P. Green, Esq., of the Abbeville
Bar, spent a day or two in the city
Last week visiting his brother, Geo. B.
James Thompson was in the city
Monday. He is fond of Anderson but
'/annot stay away from Abbeville long
it a time.?Abbeville Medium.
MisBNita MoGee; of Starr, is spend
ng the summer in Cincinnatti, Ohio,
a kin g a special course in the Cincin
nati Conservatory of Music.
We received several first cotton
dooms, but np to this time we have
tot received the first watermelon or
he first basket of peaches.
Persons who eat watermelons on the
itreets should not throw them on the
ground. There is a city law against
inch acts. .
Where the rain baa fallen let the
?eaa go in the ground. They will
nake fine forage sown on fair land up
o the middle of July.
Chas. E. Horton and C. C. Nicely,
>f Belton, have gone to Portland,
)regon, to attend the Lewis and Clark
Misses Francis Lee and Ada Casey,
>f Anderson, and Miss Eva Johnson,
>f Florida, are visiting Mrs. John A.
Rev. R. C. Jeter, rector of Grace
episcopal Church, has been granted-a
'acation by his congregation and left a
ew days ago for the mountains.
The recent and inexplicable upward
>ounces of the cotton market have
uade tho faces of the farmers take on
k far. more satisfied expression.
This is the season of the year to pre
?are for having a fall garden. Every
me can bave c good garden in the
all by going at it now in the right
A meeting of the County Democratic
Sxecntive Committee will be held in
his city next Saturday, 26th inat., at
o o'clock a. m. Every member ahoald
Mita Lillian Murrah left laatSatur
lay for Chicago, where she will spend
everal weeks visiting friends. She
rent via Atlanta, where she spent a
lay or two with relatives.
Mr?. Jante Gentry and beautiful
oung daughter. Miss Willis Ella, of
Ireenville, are in the city visiting re
ativea. They formerly lived here and
ave many friends who are always
alighted to see them.
We are i iceiving many invitatio no
o attend pio nics and other pleasure
ccasions m the county and regret
hat circumstances over which we
ave no control have prevented us
rom attending any of them.
An advertisement of the Due We?t
'emale College appears in another
Dlumn. If you have a daughter to
ducate you could not do better than
and her there. Write the President,
lev. James Boy ce, for a catalogue.
The Kicard. correspondent of the
fewberry Herald says: "Mrs R. G,
mith and her Sister Miss Louise
irown are off to Anderson fora
leasaht stay with relatives, and
riends. We wish for them a refresh
ig and profitable journey and a safe
At a meeting of tho Pioneer Hose
omnanv held Monday night Mr.
larence Smith was elected President
f the Company. Mr. John Gail Hard
rat Vice President, and Mr. S. N.
mis Secretary and Treasurer. The
^npaoy it in good ahap?. and under
le management of Captain Smith it is
rouant that the Company will give
:ill hotter eervico.
Many people In the city are com
laining of cats eating their young
aickon s. One gen M em an reports that
0 caught a eat fitting a chicken he
ad paid 20 cents fivr, and upon inves
gation found a pair of eats had a dee
1 the back yard in some vines with
half dosen half-grown cats that had
sen living on his frying chickens,
-.would be a good idea to kill out all
Mr. Tom Nixon, who lives just across
ie river on the Georgia side, spent ?
ly here last week. He reports that
to recent big rains have, injured the
an tors very much along th? river,
e had about 40 acre s of extra fine bM
m land corn destroyed, asd maoy
here suffered. as much. He states
tat Tugaloo River was tho highest it
ts been in thirty years.
Mrs. W, M. Wilcox and children, of
Elberton, Gu.. are in the city-visiting
her parente, Mr. and Mre. '.i. F.
Dr. Walter K. Lewis has returned to
St. Louis after a visit to his parents.
He is employed as a veterinarian in
the government service at St Louie.
The address of Hon. Wyatt Aikon
in the House of Representatives Feb
ruary 20,1005, in memory of the bite
Congressman Croft, of South Carolina,
is on our table.
Fruok H. Cunningham and C. J. B,
DoCainp, both practical young engi
neers of this city, have formed a
partnership for the practice of
The South Carolina State Press As
sociation is holding its annual conven
tion at White Stone Lithia Springs
this week, and The intelligencers
juuior editor is attending it.
Some rare bargains are being oftercd
by oar merchants. Head the adver
tisements in The Intelligencer care
fully every week and you will know
where to get these bargains.
W. M. Sherard, who is at present
superintendent of the Liberty Cotton
mills, has beon appointed superinten
dent of Non is mills at Cateeehee und
will take charge on the 15th of this
While we are having some very hot
weather during the mornings and
afternoons, the nights are most de
lightful, a quill or two as covering on
the bed nearly every night feeling
There are some flower gardens in
town that are really lovely in their
beautiful array of variagbed hues of
a choice selection of nature's artistic
Mrs. A. Stivender, of Leesburg,
Fla., who has been visiting relatives in
this county, left for home Monday
evening. Her visit to her old home
was a source of much pleasure to her
Dr. Clarence ?. Elgin, of this coun
ty, was among those who passed suc
cessfully the examination for*.cense
to practice medicine in this State at
the recent examination. He is a grad
uate of the Nashville Medical College.
It. A. Mullikin, chairman of the
Board of Trustees, requests us to an
nounce that the public schools of Dis
trict No. (J, Williauiston Township,
will open next Monday, 17th inst. The
patrons are urged to send their chil
dren in promptly.
Rev. J. E. James, pastor of the Cen
tral Presbyterian Church in this city,
open t last Sunday in Pelzer assisting
in tho installation of ltev. F. W.
Gregg as pastor of the Presbyterian
Church at that place.
Col. W. W. Lewis, of York ville, the
new^ commander of the First regiment
of infantry, has appoiuted Rev. R. C.
Jeter of this city chaplain on his statt'.
For the present Capt. P. K. AlcCully,
Jr., of the Palmetto Rides, will act as
The examination for scholarships in
Clemson, VN lutbrop and the College of
Charleston was held by Superintendent
of Education Nicholson Friday morn
ing. There were 24 applicants for
Winthrop, 0 for Clemson and 3 for the
College .of Charleston.
MrB. Cal Hulme and children, Esther
and Buren, who have been on a two
weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bagwell, at Bowman, passed
through tho city yesterday, on their
way home in Anderson.?Elberton
Savannah river was said to be higher
Saturday inst., than in ten years.
It roee suddenly, and numbers of cat
tle were swept down the stream; trees
uprooted came floating with the mighty
sweep of the onward current; crops on
either side were damaged, and it was
truly a flood of water.
Mrs. James Hindman, of the Mill
village, fell down unconscious about 2
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and
though medical aid reached her imme
diately all efforts to restore her proved
unavailing, and in a short while she
waB pronounced dead. She loaves a
husband and a large family of children,
some of them quite small.
Rev. 8. J. Cartledge, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church in this city,
spent last Sunday at Clemson College,
where he preached a? sermon to the
State Teachers' Institute. His pulpit
in this City was filled by Rev. W. G.
Neville, President of the Presbyterian
College at Clinton. S. C, who was vis
iting relatives in the city*
The marriage of Rev. C. E. Burts
of Edgetield and Miss Sadie Watson of
Anderson was a surprise to the for
mer's numerous friends here; in fact
but few were cognizant of the ap
proaching nuptials. The heartiest
congratulations and best wishes of all
Johnston are extended to Rev. and
Mrs. C. E. Burts.?Johnston Moni
A.T. Guy, of Arkwright, and Mies
Mamie McElroy of Pelzer were mar
ried at Pelzer yesterday./ Mr. and Mrs.
Guy arrived In the city last night.
Mrs. Guy as Miss McElroy was a weil
known and popular young woman of
Pelzer. Mr, Guy is overseer in the
cloth room at Arkwright mills and is
a popular young man.?Spartanburg
Journal, 5th inst.
Mr. Walker O. Browne, of Atlanta,
has been spending the past week in
the city with friends and relatives.
Mr. Browne is one of Atlanta's most
promising young business men and a
athlete of no small ability. Bis fath
er, Dr. Browne, is in very feeble
health and hie friends fear he will nev
er be up again. He lived in 'the Ebe
nerer section of this County when a
,-Mr. I. J. Polzer and family, of
Charleston, came up to their summer
home near Pendloton a few davs ago,
and will remain there until the fall
Guy H. Daniels, of Newberry, has
been spending a few days in the city,
his old home, visiting relatives, and
was given a cordial welcome* by his
C. P. Sullivan & Co. is the name of
a new lirm that hua opened business in
Andersou, occupying the storeroom at
tbo corner of South Main and West
Mrs. Margaret Kennedy and Miss
Alma Kennedy, of Due West, aud Mrs,
Nolle Moore, of Camden, Alabama,
wer? in the city last week with the
family of Senator J. K. Hood,
A special term of tbo Court of Gen
eral Sessions will convene at Green
ville next Monday, 17th iust., Judgo
Prince presiding. There is a very
heavy criminal docket, on which there
are eight persous charged with mur
The M. L. Sullivan Company, of this
city, has been given ai charter by the
Secretary of State. It will conduct a
general merchandise business with a
capital Stock of $5,000. Tbo corpora
tors are: M. L. Sullivau, P. J. Martin
and W. C. Kiug.
Dr. John Hopkins, of Seneca, accom
panied by oue of bis sons, spent last
Thursday iu the city and gave us a
pleasant call. The Doctor looks bnle
and hearty, and his many old friends
in Anderson are ulwnya delighted to
Hon. H. M. Prince is announced as a
candidate for tbo House of Representa
tives to till the vacancy caused by the
election of Hon. G. E. Prince, Judge of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit. Tho
primary election will be held the latter
part of August.
The farmers iu this section are in
good spirits about their crops, though
some of tbeiu are complaining that we
are having a little too much rain,
especially tor cotton. Wo have had a
heavy shower nearly every day tho
paBt ten days, and tbey are forcing the
cotton to grow too fant and. es a con
sequence, it is not fruiting as much as
Prot. G. Walter Chambers has been
elected to tbe position of teacher of
English and History in tbe high school
department of tbe city school*. He
speeds Miss Isabel Wicker, who re
svued to accept a position iu the
schools of Tampa, Florida. Mr.
Chambers, who is a son-iu-lnw of
Probate Judge Nance, is a teacher of
experience and ability.
A party of young gentlemen, con
sisting of Joe, Willie, Leslie, Jesse
and Bratton Simpson, Fred Gumbrell,
Ed Frierson and Archie Catbcart loft
last Monday morning on their annual
camping trip to the mountains. Tbey
were accompanied by a cook and a
driver, and will be gone about two
weeks. Among the places they will
visit are Ccnsar's Head, Toxaway
Lake, Cashier's Valley, Highlands and
The Anderson Machine aud Foundry
Co. are sending out to tbeir friends
and patrons a very neat and useful
souvenir, one of which we have receiv
ed and for which we return thanks. It
is a little substantial pocket-book, on
one side of which is shown the varied
iidustrial buildings of tbe World's
Fair at St. Louis. This company is
doing some fine work and its business
is increasing every month. It has
recently been awarded tbe contract for
making the large water fountain to be
placed on the Court House Square.
The government report on the condi
tion of the cotton crop, which was
made known on the 3rd in nr. caused
the price of cotton to make a big jump
upward and it reached 10} cents. Sev
eral daje last week looked more like
October days. The cotton wagons
were in line two daya from the cotton
weigher's platform up Depot street to
I the Court Hoo?o Square, a sight that
' was ne^er befoi? witnessed in Ander
I eon in the summer season. Seven
hundred and fifty-seven bales were
eold here within three or four days,
and all of it averaged more than ten
The central committee, to whom was
entrusted tbe general supervision of
the campaign to vote out the dispen
sary from the county, has been in
creased to eight members. It is now
composed of the following gentlemen:
B. P. Martin, chairman, Col. B. F.
Cray ton. Rev. W. W. Leathers, Rev.
S. J. Cartledge, W. K. Oaborne, G.
N.C. Boleman, G. C. Sullivan and j.
L. Sherard. Tbe committee is pushing
tho work of organization quietly and in
a satisfactory manner. Ab aoon as all
the petitions are in the county super
visor will be asked to order an elec
An enthusiastic meeting of the Far
mers'' Educational and Co-operative
Union was held yesterday in the Court
House and definite action was taken on
the proposition to establish a cotton
warehouse in this city. The meeting
decided to establish it, and a committee
consisting of B. Harris and j. B. Dou
tbit was appointed to take the matter
in charge and caenre a commission
from the Secretary of State. No cer-,
tain amount has been agreed upon for
Use capital stock of the concern, but
each snare will be of the par value of
one dollar. Each farmer in the Coun
ty will be entitled to aa many shares as
the number of bales of cotton produced
on his farm. The shares will not be
transferable except at.on a two-thirds
vote of the Union, and in this way the
stock cannot be absorbed by outsiders.
A barbecue will be held at tbe fair
grounds north of city 10th of August.
1i ii is 11 i?mew mi an 111 a ii ira^imrysmrmiTsMrrrMmTTn?it
Treat Your Kidneys for Rheumatism.
When you are Buttering irona rheuma
tism, the kldueys muat be attended to at
onco ho that they will oliminate the urio
actd from the blood, Foley's Kidney
Cure is the most offeotivo romodv for
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor c'aime to ha??- >
discovered that "Liz In es?*" ia cwiao 1'.ay.
a germ. If the Eminent J).)ctor I* riglM, .
Rydle's Liver Tahlet* can rights b*
termed Microbe Killers, because t?asy
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Polar, ! always remove that tired, la/.y, BluggiaJt .1
Wls., Haye: "After unsuccessfully doe- j fueling tha" uaa usually been attribute*":
toring three years for rheumatism with to a torpid llvor or constipated kowala.
the best doctors, I tried Foley's Kldnoy Hydalo'a Liver Tablets are guaranteed -
('uro audit cured me. I caunot speak cure constipation and a'l liver disorders,..
too highly of thlB great medicine." It j They are small, compressed choocTafrp
puritieH tho blood by straining out im- j coated tablets, easy to take, pleasant ?S?
puritleH and tones up tho whole system, j effect. Reliable. Any dealer in r>w -
Cures kidney and bladder troubles. Sold 1 remedies will return your money :.J yoiu
by r.vanu Rharmaoy. are no', satisfied with thone tableur, ?f*
Sickenino Shivering Fits 1 tttb,els 25 Bt* KvhQ* Ph*"?*?*
of Ague and Malaria, can be relieved
sud cured with Electric Kiiiors. This
is a pure, tonic medieiuo. of especial
benefit in malaria, for it
A. R. Rass, of Morgantown, Ind., hao"
to get up ten or twelve timen in the uigb:/
and had sever*- backache ami t:?ins jr.'
tho kidneys. Was cured by ynley'i--.
jenem in malaria, ror it exeiU a true Kidney Cure. Sold bv E.v4ns Thar
curative influence on the disease, drlv- ' mi0 " -,,7?.
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much to be preferred to Quinine, having j u J
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S. Munday, of Henrietta, Tex., writeu: I as Death claimB. In each one. anotbsc
"My brother v/aa very '.cw with rmdurial j victim of Consumption or l'ueumonhv .
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No False Claims.
Tho proprietors of Foley'a Honey and
Tar do not advertiso this as a "sure cure
for consumption." They do not claim it
wiil cure this dread complaint in advan
ced cases, but do positively asBort that it
will cure in tbe earlier ?tages and never
fails to give comfort ana relief in the
worst cases. Foley's Honey aud Tar is
without doubt tbe greatest throat and
lung remedy. Refuse substitutes. Sold
by Evans Pharmaoy.
Ci. H untie}-, of Oaklaudon, Intl., writes :-.
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took Rr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs aud Colds, wblct.^
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50o and 81.00 by Orr, Gray & Co., drug
gist. Trial bottle free.
That Beautiful Glons.
comes from the varnish in Dovoe's Va>?
niHh Floor Paint ; costs r> cents moie a>
quart though. Sold by W. L. Brlssey..
FIRE INSURANCE !!
Barns, System Gins.
Also, Life Insurance on Mules and Horses.
WsT- Representing only the best and strongest Conipauiea.
CITIZENS INSURANCE AGENCY*
G. N. C. Bolemau, Pres. and Treas. . M. M. Mattison, Vice Pre??.
Q. Frank Johnson, Secretary.
To be closed out the balance ,
of this month
AT COST PRICE
We do not intend to carry over any*
Summer Goods whatever.
The Big Store. Next to Post Office?
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When you buy your Footwear of us you make a happy combination ojT
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' ob
honor and sells on its merit. If you suffer from tired or crampcd|feet, the faults
is in the Shoe. See us and we ? correct th? fault. Our aim is to please! first.
Ihe feet, then the purse, ~