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ARE ALWAYS IN DEMAND.
The Good Housekeeper
Is ever ready for something Hew.
Our Stock is always Fresh with?
New Things for the Home.
We wish at this time to call special attention to our?
Beautiful Lace Curtains
Various styles and prices?from $1.25
up to $5.00 per pair.
If you prefer buying the material and making your own
(Curtains we have a good variety of?
We have just received a new supply of Curtain Poles,
Double Extension Brass Bods and Fixtures. We have?
Good Assortment Rugs,
Popular styles and sizes.
The housekeeper never gets enough?
We have a most attractive line, ranging in price from
25c to $1.25 per yard, every yard a speoial value.
Come and see our?
From 75c to 16.00 a dozen speak their own worth.
We Have Fringed Doilies,
From 60c to $2.00 per dosen.
At 10c, IJc, 20c, 25c and 50c oach.
Handsome Hack and Damask Towels,
.In great variety.
Silence Cloth or Table Felt
At 50c and 76c per yard.
W:^: - Bheets,
K White Counterpanes
, . . .And Quilts,
In good variety.
verything Fresh and New,
And worth the price we ask for it.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1905.
THE C0TT0JT MARKET.
J. R. Vnndiver offers some line land
ior Bale. See advertisement.
So far the crop prospecta in this sec
tion continue to be very promising.
We have plenty of old papers on sale
now at this office at very low prices.
Miss Annie Pr?vost ?3 spending a few
weeks in Charleston viaiting iclutiveo.
Miss Emma Haines, of Roebuck, S.
C, is in the city visiting relatives and
Dr. G. P. Neel and L. M. Moore, of
Greenwood, \-?*re visitors in the city
Mrs. J. W. Daniels and Hits Jennie
Ruff are spending awhile at Aebury
Miss Mary Calhoan, of Greenwood,
has been visiting friends and relatives
in the city.
Miss Kate Logan, of New| Orleans,
is in the city visiting Dr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. H. G. Anderson, of Abbeville,
is spending awhile with relatives in
Miss Martha Elmore, of Gaffney, is
in the city spending s few weeks vis
Mrs. R. 8. Hill and daughters have
gone to Caesar's Head, where they
will spend several weeks.
Our young friend, Joe Bell, of Den
ieon, Texas, ie in Anderson visiting
his father, ?. A. Bell, and family.
Col. J. C. Boyd, of Greenville, spent
last Saturday in Anderson and was
warmly greeted by his many friends.
Mrs.Margaret Reid, of Augusta, is
in the city visiting relatives. Her
many old friends are delighted to greet
Prof. S. M. Wolfe has been elected
superintendent of tbe Pickens graded
school, and has accepted the posi
Dr. A. P. Johustone attended the
meeting of the State Dental Associa
tion at White Stone Lithia Springs last
J. D. Copeland, Jr., of Bamberg, S.
C, spent a few days in Anderson last
week the guest of his uncle, J. A.
The Blue Ridge Railway now has on
sale Bummer excursion tickets to a
great, many mountain and seashore
A number of the farmers of this
county will attend the State Farmers'
Institute at Clemson College on Au
The annual reunion of tbe McCoy
family wtll take place on Thursday,
August 10th, at the old home place in.
B. H. Sadler, of Essie, has been
elected cashier of the Bank of Pendle -
ton and will enter upon his duties,
about the first of August.
A. B. Brannon, who has been assist
ant superintendent at the Anderson
cotton mill Lqb moved to Union where
he accepts a position in the mill busi
Married, on Sunday, July 33, 1905, by
Rev. W. W. Leathers at his home in
this city, Mr. S. D. Gaillard and Miss
Lula Smith, both of tho Sandy Springs
The "katy did" has made its oppear
anoe in this section and its song may
be heard every night. Frost cornea, it
is said, in three months from the time
of its first note.
Rev. H. C. Fennel will preach at
Varennes Church next Snnday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. The friends of tbe
congregation are cordially invited to
attend the services.
The advertisement of Wofford Col
lege and Wofford Fitting School will
be found in another column. Read of
the advantages of both institutions and
send for a catalogue.
A Mqcou, Ga., throat specialist says
that' woman is better qualified for
talking than man. Most of us have
found that out without the necessity
of consulting a specialist.
Prof. J. W. W. Daniel, a former
teacher in the Anderson graded
schools, who is now teaching school at
Hurfreeaboro, T?nn., has been spend
ing a few 'days in the city.
Harried, on Snnday evening, July
23 rd; 1906, at the home of tbe bride at
the Gluck mills, by Rev. W. W. Leath
ers, Mr. R.F. Honeaand Hiss Gale
Burden, both. of the Gluck MiUs.
Rev. T. C. Ligon, of Town vi lie, in
visiting bis brother. Rev. R. C. Ligon
at Smyrna. Rev. T. C. Ligon was
pastor at Smyrna twenty-two years
ago.?Newberry' Herald and News.
, E. W. Henderson, who has been
making his home at Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma, for several months has re
turned to Anderson, and will again en
gage in the brokerage business here.
Rev. R. L. Rogers, pastor of the
Presby terian Church at Walhalla, died
at his home last Wednesday. Tbe de
ceased had many friends in Anderson
who will regret to learn of his death.
Mr. B. F. Mauldin, of Anderson,
was in McCormick Tuesday. Mr.
Mauldin says a cotton factory will
surely be built at McCormick some
time in the future.?McCormick Mes
I Some people will ran yon down to
pi ;; * >bt, others have to be run down
to <- ?, iiern to pay and even then they
wilt not pay. Somo could and
they won't; others would if they
There wlii be an all-day, old folks'
staging at yarennes Church next Sat
urday, 29th inst. Everybody is invi
ted to attend, and carry - with them the
old song books and well-filled dinner
Saturday farmers reported that cot
j too had made a wonderful growth dur
ing the last two weeks. Some lots are
4 to 5 . feet high and locking in the
rows. It th? rains continue, what will
it be'the middle of August!
Prof. W. H. Hicks, of Hopeweit
, Township* who has a tender place in
I his heart f?n tbe poor printers, preafen
Yted The Intelligencer lorcejvitb rfine,
large watermelon last Friday, Tor
whicb we return thanks. His act is
worthy of imitation. Tbe Professor
J AAys that dog days will begin noxc
1 Friday. 28th Inst,
The almanacs t*U ns that there will
be a partial eclipse of the moon on
August 14th, visible here from 9 to 11
o'clock p.m. There will be a partial
eclipse of the sun visible in this State
on the morning of August autb.
Prof. John T. Milford will teach a
teu days singing school, beginning the
31at inst., at Concord Church, three
miles north of the city. All persons
desiring to attend a singing school
should not miss such an opportunity.
Edgefield Advertiser: "The Adver
tiser is unalterably opposed to the sale
of intoxicating liquors as a beverage,
whether sold lawfully or unlawfully,
by the State or the individual." That
is the position to take and to stand
Society decrees that pretty girls
shall wear full sashes around their
waists, but with all due respect to
society the average youth knows
something that would bo lots nicer
around a pretty girl's waist thau a full
Notwithstanding the fact that the
summer giri wears sc few clothes, and
those few are very filmy and gauzy,
yet it requires about fourteen trunks
to transport her wardrobe to the tea
uhore, mountain resort or "watering"
Misa Eila Armstrong, of Piedmont,
S. C, is in the city visiting her brother,
Mr. C. C. Armstrong. Miss Arm
strong is one of the moat beautiful
young ladies of the Piedmont section
and has many admirers in the Electric
The State Summer School, which
has been in session for the last four
weeks at Clemson College, adjourned
last week. There were enrolled from
Anderson county 67 teachers, the
largest number from any county in the
W. T. Spencer, formerly of this
county, but for the past several years
in the contracting and building busi
ness with Mr. Townsend of Anderson,
S. C, is recreating in his old haunts
near CrosBwell, S. C, this week.-?Eas
Between 700 and 800 of Polzor'o citi
zens met'at the Union Church last
Thursday evening to discuss the dis
pensary question. The meeting was
full of enthusiasm and the large au
dience of one mind. Pelzer is against
The members of Neal's Creek Church
will meet there next Friday morning,
28th inst., at an early hour for the pur
pose of clearing off the graveyard.
All persons interested are urged to at
tend or send a hand, with all necessary
tools to do the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Laughlin left
yesterday for New York, from which
?lace they will sail next Saturday for
iuropo. They will visit the former's
relatives in Ireland, and other placeo
in Europe, and will be absent from
home about two monthB.
Prof. L. O. McKinney, of Hartwcll,
Ga., and Profs. T. M. Locke, Hale and
Bolt, of this county, will conduct an
all-day song service at Ruhamah
Church next Sunday, 30th inst. The
public is invited to attend and carry
well tilled dinner baskets.
Married, on Tuesday evening, July
1?. 1005, at the home of W. P. Snel
?reve, at the Orr cotton mill, by Kev.
II. C. Martin, Mr. Kenben B. Simp
Bon, of the Gluck cotton mill, and Miss
Myrtis Fant, a daughter of Joseph B.
Fant, of Spartanburg, S. C.
A happy and joyous reunion occurred
on JastThureday at the home of Mr. J.
M. Geer, when Mrs. Geer's sister, Mrs.
W. C. Jackson, of Amelia, Va., arriv
ed. Mrs. Geer and Mrs. Jackson had
not seen each other in more than
twelve years.?Easley Progress.
The melc-drama "Ont in the
Streets," which was presented at the
Anderson cotton mill hall last Satur
day night, was quite a success. The
muBic rendered by Prof. Willis and
daughter, MIbs Lizzello, was the
greatest feature of the occasion.
G. H. Geiger, Esq., is spending a
two weeks vacation at his old home
near St. Matthews. Soon'after reach
ing there his mother waa taken criti
cally ill and died suddenly Thursday
morning. His Uiany frienus here will
regret to learn of hie bereavement.
Dr. W. H. Sherard, of Iva, and Dr.
H. K. Wells, of this city, who recently
graduated from a dental college, ap
peared before the State Dental Board
of Examiners at White Stone Lithia
SpringB recently and were granted
license to practice dentistry in this
At an early hour last Sunday morn
ing a store room and its contents, hear
the Riverside cotton mill, were burn
ed. The building was owned andoc
cunied by J. Beese Holland. The
stock of goods and building were in
sured for $1,000. It is not known how
S. H. McLaln, wife and 8 children
passed through Seneca Monday from
Cross county, Texas, to their old home
in Anderson county. After trying
three crops in the section of Texas
near the Arkansas and Louisiana line,
battling with bad seasons, sand flies
I and mosquitoes, they return gladly to
a county of good water, good climate
and a soil that will always yield good
returns to persevering efforts. "No
more Texas in mine" sayb Mr. McLain,
and his wife sirs "Amen."-Seneca
Farm and Factory.
J. VV. Kelly, who has been rilling
the position of assistant overseer in
the Norrie cotton mill, has resigned to
accept a similar position with tho
Trion manufacturing company at
Tiion, Ga. He was in the city yester
day on his way to his new home, and
gave us a pleasant call.
Miss Ida Hall and W. H. Shearer
were married Wednesday night at the
home of the bride's father, Mtaes Hall,
near the city. Rev. W. B. Hawkins per
formed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Shearer are both well known and popu
lar, and they are receiving the congrat
ulations of their friends.
All persons interested in the grave
vard at Generostee Church, in Corner
Township, are requested to meet there
next Tuesday, August 1st, at an early
hour, for the purpose of cleaning oft'
the graves and yard. Persons who
cannot be present are requested to send
a hand and necessary tools.
We understand that Messrs. T. B.
Coletnan and T, A. March expect to
open a business in Anderson about the
middle of September. These are stir
ring young meu and as they have de
cided to leave Greenwood we aro glad
that they are going to the second best
town in the btale?Greenwood Jour
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tow non Hol Ionian
and children, of Anderson, are visiting
his parente, Judge and Mrs. J. W.
Holleman, and other relatives. These
visits to home and loved ones are al
ways occasions of much pleasure
and happiness. Air. Holleman tills the
responsible position of assistant cash
ier in the Anderson Banks? Keowee
What has become of tho Easley-An
derson trolley lineY Only twenty-six
miles to Anderson, road nearly on a
level, no creeks or large streams to
cross, country very fertile, thickly
eettled, people all anxious for the
road, capitalists keen to invest money
in the enterprise, cotton over 10 cents
per pound. What more ia needed be
fore the work can begin??Easley Pro
Lieut. Newton A. McCully, naval
attaohe of the United States in the
far East, arrived in P?kin a few days
ago, so the navy department informs
bis mother in this city. He will pro
ceed on his journey homo without in
terruption. He has been in the East
since the beginning of the war between
Russia and Japan, having been sent
there by onr government to observo
the manoeuvres of the army.
Special preaching is to begin in Rob
erts Church next Sunday, 80th mot., to
continue through the week, with night
services also. The sacrament of the
Lord's Supper will be observed on the
following Sunday, the first Sunday of
August. Rev. W. G. Neville, D. D..
will be with the minister in charge of
the Church to do the main part of the
preaching. The friends of the congre
gation are cordially invited to attend
all the services.
Kirk Calhoun. a worthy colored man,
living on Mr. Marshall Shirley's place,
a few miles south of this place, had the
misfortune to lose his barn by fire last
Monday night. Resides the building,
two mules, a mare and colt, two cows,
a wagon, buggy, and a large quantity 1
of roughness were burned. It bus
only been a few month since his other
barn was destroyed by fire and it is the
general opinion that both fires was the
work of an incendiary.?Honea Path
A farmer from the upper section of
the county exhibited three fine stalks
of cotton in the city yesterday that
attracted a good deal of attention.
The seed were planted last May and
two of the stalks, which were about
four feet in height, bad never pro
duced a single bloom. The third stalk
was badly affected with the rust. He
said that in bis section there were
many stalka like these, and the yield
would not be as great as was expected
a few weeks ago.
The Abbeville Medium of the 20th
inot., says: "Oscar L. Jackcon left the
city for Portage,Penn., Tuesday where
he will take charge of some railroad
construction work for Watts and
Powell. He has had experience in that
line and is a capable man. His new
Elace is a good one and will pay him
andaomely. He learueu nia business
in Abbeville with the Seaboard Air
Line." The many friends of Mr. Jack
son in Anderson County will join us in
wishing him big success in his new
The stockholders' meeting of the
Anderson Phosphate and Oil company
was held on the IStb inot., and the old
board of directors and officers were
re-elected without change. The re
ports of the officers showed the com
pany's af?airs to be in good condition.
The board of directors is composed of
Messrs. F. J. Pelzer and A. T. Smythe
of Charleston, Thea. B. Paino off At
lanta, F. G. Brown, J. A. Brock, B. F.
Mauldin, D. A. Ledbetter and W. F.
Cox of this city. The officers of the
company are: F. G. Brown, president
and treasurer: J. A. Brock, vice-pres
ident; C. A. Gambrill, secretary.
m? > mm
WANTED?Four or five cords of dry
pine wood at one*. Apply at this offlc*.
WANTED?8 mall, select, uncooked
PEACH SEED. Will pay 60 cents per
bushel delivered at our warehouse.
6?2 F AMT BROS.,
04 B. R. St., Anderson, S. C.
Any one who has a small, well im
proved farm to rent for 1900 please
communicate with "Responsible,"
Denver, 8. C.
Treat Your Kidneys fer Rheumatism.
When you are sufferlog from rheuma
tism, the' kidneys must be attended tost i
once so that they will eliminate the urla ;
sctd from the blood, Foley'e Kidney ]
Cure Is the most effective remedy for (
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Polar, i
Wls., says: "After unsuccessfully doc- I
torlng three years for rheumatism with 1
the beat dootors, I tried Foley'a Kidney
Cure and It cured me. I cannot speak i
too highly of this great medlolne." It '
puriiles the blood by straining out im- <
purities aud tones up the whole system, i
Cures kidney and bladder troubles. Sold
by F.vana Pharmaoy.
Sickening Shivering Fits
of Ague and Malaria, can be relloved
and cured with Electric Bitters. This
la a pore, tonic medicine, of especial
benefit In malaria, for It exorte a true
curative intluence on the disease, drlv
luir It entirely out of the system. It is
much to be preforred to Quinine, having
none of this drug's bad alter-t fleets. K.
S. Munday, of Henrietta, Tex., writes:
"My brother was very low with malarial
fever and jaundice, till he took Klectrlo
Ritters, which saved his life. At Orr,
Gray & Co's. drug store; price Sue, guar
No False Claims.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey and
Tar do not advertise thla as a "sure cure
for consumption." They do not claim It
will oure this dread complaint In advan
ced cases, but do positively assert that It
will cure In the earlier stages and never
fails to give comfort and relief in the
wornt cases. Foley'a Honey and Tar Is
without doubt the greatest throat and
lung remedy. Hofuuo substitutes. Sold
by Ev?ns Pharmaoy.
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The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor c'aitus to haw
llscoverod that "Lizlnes**" is caused uj
i germ. If the Eminent 1 >octor la right,
Ftydle's Elver Tablets oan rightly be
termed Microbe Klllerw, because they
dways remove that tired, lazy, sluggiaL
reeling that has usually beeu attributed
to a torpid liver or constipated bowels.
Kydale's Liver Tablets are guaranteed te
sure constipation and a'l liver disorders
I hey are small, compressed chocolate
coated tablet*, easy to take, pleasant In.
effect. Reliable. Any dealer in out
remedies will return your money If yoc.
aro not satisfied with th'SO tablets, 8U
tablets 25 cts. Kvnnn Pharmacy.
A. R. Bane, of Morgantown, Ind., bflt?.
to get up ton or twelve times in the night
and had severe backache and pains Id
the kldnoys. Was cured by Foley**
Kidney Cure. Hold by Evans Pita*
A Grim Tragedy
is daily enacted, in thousand* of homes^
as Death claims, in each one, anothec
victim of Consumption or Pneumonia*.
Rut when Coughs and Colds are prop
erly treated, the tragedy is averted. ?
O. Huntley, of Oak Tandon, Ind., writes
"My wife had the consumption, and
three doctors gave her up. Finally she
took Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, whlct
cured her, and to-day she is well nntf.
atrong." It kills the germs of all dis
eases. One doBe relieves. Guaranteed at
GOo and 81.00 by Orr, Gray & Co., drug
gist. Trial bottle free.
That Beautifni Gloss.
oomen from the varnish In Devoe s Var
nish Floor Paint; costs 5 cents ir.oio-t
quart though. 8old by W. L. Briasey.
Barns. System Gins.
Also, Life Insurance on Mules and Horses.
MF* Representing only the best and strongest Companies.
CITIZENS INSURANCE AGENCY.
G. N. C. Boleman, Pres. and Tr?as. M. M.Mattison, Vice Prec.
Q. Frank Johnson, Secretary.
GET THE HABIT !
Boston Snoe Sore.
We offer all our Misses' and Children's Oxfords
at manufacturers' price.
Some odds und ends in high grades. ^
Fine Women's Footwear at same price.
Come and let us fit you?it is a rare opportunity.
Our 11.50 Solid Leather Flow Shoes going at $1.
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE I
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank.
MASTIC MIXED PAINT
We Want to gell You Your Faint.
Come in to see us, and let us tell you all about it.
We have sold this Paint for many years, and all have been pleased who
used it. We have a fine oelection of colors, and will gladly give you a card
showing them if you will call in and request same. Also, a full line of?
Varnishes, Stains, Floor Faints.
Furniture Polish, Faint Brushes. Etc.
ORR, CRAY & CO.,
Next to Bank of Anderson. Reliable Druggists.
Shoes for a Song and a short Song at That !
Tremendous Sacrifice on Odd Sizes and Shapes,
. ' 7 Every Shoe a Distinct Bargain. No Wise Buyer can afford to miss it.
Having selected from our large stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes all odd sizes and shapes, we offer to
the trade generally the entire line at figures that are hound to move them out in a whirlwind finish. We can't afford to
talk long about them, or to do more than tell the price and wrap them up. We cannot and will not charge them at these
prices. If we charge them it will be at the regular prices. We promise you that former prices nor the original cost were
considered in marking them down. Heads of families will do well to buy their winter stock of Shoes right now, as there
will n?ver be such a golden opportunity again to get buch genuine, real value for your money.
MR. COUNTED MERCHANT; here is the chance of your life-time-if you are not in business for your health. Bet
ter come before they are all picked over, for first come are first served. Wise men and sages crowd our Store buying ovs
regular $1.50 Shoe for 59c. You can get in their class mighty easy and monstrous cheap.
Don't forget our "Star" Brand Shoes?they are on everybody's feet.