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At ?Hot Weather Prices.
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The Season is just right for Sommer Oxfords.
Bat we must get rid of them quick.
Hast make room for Fall Stock seen to arrive.
White Canvas Oxfords,
Patent Leather Oxfords.
Elegant, Stylish Oxfords?
This season's goods.
We not care to carry them over to next Bummer.,
Prefer clotting them ont now.
White Canvas Oxfords.
Every lady wifch a whit? Summer dress needs a pair of
White Canvas Oxfords. We have all elies-Children's,
Hieoea* and Ladies.
Wa haye some specials in
Must reduce eur Oxford stock.
Lr ocal News.
WEDNESDAY. AUG. 2, 1905.
THE COTTOH MARKET.
Good Middling-1 Ot.
Chickens and eggs are in demand in
the city at good prices.
Miss Hattie Jones is visiting friends
and relatives in Sumter.
. Mrs. W. lt. McFall, of Abbeville, ie
in tho city visiting relatives.
Miss Helen Alston is spending a
while with friends in Abbeville.
Next Monday is Salesday. The
Sheritf has one publio sale to make.
Wm. S. Crothers and wife, of New
York, aro in the city visiting relatives.
A. H. Dagnall, Esq., went to Flor
ence, S. C., last week to visit friends.
John W. Shelor, of Sooth Union, was
a visitor in the city daring the past
Miss Caroline Westmoreland, of At
lanta, is visiting Afr. and Mrs. J. W.
The farmers have about finished
laying-by their crops and are now rest
ing iu tho shude.
Miss Ethel Cooper, of Avalon, Ga.,
has returned to her home after a visit
to friendo in the city.
The work of paving Depot street
haa commenced and should be pushed
as rapidly as possible.
Mrs. J. B. Cooley and son,. Curran,
lest yesterday for Asheville, N. C.,
where they will spend a few weeks.
The work of grading and widening
River street has been about completed.
The street has been greatly improv
There is an abundance of watermel
ons and cantaloupes on the market
th ese days, and the prices are reason
A number of gentlemen from this
and other States nave been in Ander
son recently prospecting with a view
of locating and engaging in buBinesB
J. Guy Daniels and Ellis E. William
son, of Newberry, have been spending
a few days in the city visiting rela
The Boason for protracted meetings
is now on hand, and a number are be
ing held in various sections of the
A number of the residents of this
city are arranging to spend this month
in the mountains or at some ot the
Mrs. Frank M. Bellinger, of Jack
son, Miss., is in the city visiting her
mother, MI?. A. K. Provost, and other
Miss Gertrude Allison and Ella Har
rison, of Lavonia, Ga., are visiting
relatives and friends in both the city
J.D. Stewart, of Charlotte, N. C.
arrived in the oity a few days ego to
accept a position in the store of G. H.
Bailes & Co.
B. 0. Evans left laBt week for the
Eastern markets to buy his fall and
winter stock of clothing, gentB' fur
nishing goods, etc. >
Miss Anna Brown has gone to Roa
noke, Va., where she will spend a few
weeks visiting her brother, Dr. Ralph
W. Brown, and his family..
Mrs. J. D. Chalmers, of Abbeville,
and Mrs. Lula Collett,. of Salisbury,
N. C., are in the city visiting the fam
ily of Col. J.W. Trowbridge.
Miases Louise Anderson and Florence
Clinkscales, of Anderson, are visiting
Mr?. Esther Cockran at her home near
A great many people from the coun
try spent Saturday io the city. Every
body seemed to have a little rooney
and buainees generally was good.
Rev. C. E. Burts, of Edgefield, spent
last Sunday in Anderson and conduct
ed both the morning and evening ser
vices in the First Baptist Church.'
Chiquola Lodge, No. 32. Knights of
Pythias, will hold its regular conven
tion tomorrow evening at 8:80 o'clock.
AU the members are urged to attend.
Miss Bettie Earle, accompanied by
the children of Mrs. J. B. Cooley, is
spending awhile at the country home
of the latter in Rock Mills Township.
The tinging school at Whitefield
Church, to he taught by Prof. W. H.
Milford, will commence next Monday
morning,. 7th inst., promptly at 0
I. K. Watson, who has for some time
been connected with the ioeal force at
the C. & W. C. depot, has accepted a
position in Charlotte with the Southern
The weather continues dry and the
crops are beginning to show the effect
cfit. Up to three weeks ago this sec
tion bad not suffered a day for rain
thia year. ,
* Oar young friend, Gay E. M auld in,
who fills a responsible position in the
office of the Southern Railway in
Washington, D. C., iain the city visit*
Our young townsmen, Ed. Shumate.
Eugene Nardin, Louie Murphy and
Marcus Poy ne, are spending chis week
at Hatton'? Ford, on Tugoloo River,
camping and fishing.
The grave yard at Flt ?Rock Church
wiU be cleared off nexf. Friday, 4tb
inst. AU persons interested are urged
to be nreaar t ar ?s?d hands with prop
er toola to do the work.
There will be a p?enlo at Dobbins'
Bridge, in FoTk Townehip, on tho sec
ond Saturday, lath inst. Everybody
io invited to attend and carry with
them well-filled dinner baaketd.
. J. L. Mounce-al wayo a kind and
clever gentleman-behked of all who
knew him- has closed hie cotton ex
change in Edge ile) d, t,n d gone to live
Very little cotton is to be had in this
county now and only a few bales are
being held by nome of the farm
ers.. Moat ot the cotton was sold
when the price went to 10.50cents. .
The annual reunion of. the Brown
family will take place at Concord
Church, in Ccnterville Township, on
Friday, 11th inst. Rev. V. I. Mastere
has been in vited to deli ver an address,
Mrs. W. NV'Walker, of Anderson'
arrived in the city lost week to spend
awhile r/c the home of her father, Maj.
J. A. Faqt, and is slowly improving
from a serious illness.-13nion Pro
vj' gt cs a.
Mr. E. J. Kay ia announced this
week as a candidate for the House of 1
Representatives at thu approaching i
primary election to,till tbe vacancy
caused by the resignation of Judge
Geo. E. Prince. 1
Miss Nellie Simpson, a most beauti- <
ful and charming younis lady uf Mari
etta, Ga., is spending awhile in the city
visiting relatives. Miss Simpson is <
always a most welcome visitor to the I
"Electric City." ?
Mr?. M. A. Dean and Mrs. T. A.
Ratline, of Anderson, accompanied by
I their children, passed through Wal- 1
halla Monday on their way to Tamas- 1
see, where thev will spend some time 1
nt the home of Mrs. C. Jones.-Keowee 1
Prof. J. W. Gaines, principal of tho
Welsh Neck High School, was in the
city last week in the interest of his in
stitution. He is a native of this coun
ty and has succeeded in making the
Welsh Neck School one of the best in
The Henrtmont correspondent of the
Elbortou (Ga.) Star says: "J. B. Barks
dale, a popular young man of Iva, S.
C., is spending awhile with bis mother,
Mrs. T. B. Tucker, and sudying tel
egraphy under L. B. Bell, our popular
Rev. John Davis, D. D., of Hanni
bal, Mo., is visiting his sister, Mrs. C.
O. Bnrriss, and other relatives in the
county, and is warmly welcomed by
bis many friends. Dr. Davis is an
able Episcopal minister, and spent
several yeara us a missionary in Japan.
It must be very nice out in the coun
try these hot days sitting around in the
shade, fanned by the cool breeze, eat
ing watermelons, apples and-but why
indulge in such reveries, here is the
ofiice "devil" calling for copy and
nothing bnt hot weather to write
The State board of control has issued
orders to various county dispensers
to strictly observe the law requiring
those who purchase liquor to Bigc the
request book. This means that you
will have to sign your name hereafter
when you buy liquor, and orders will
not be accepted.
Anderson where the tight against
the dispensary is on has issued a
strong arraignment of the great moral
institution. The indications for the
success of the temperance people are
brightening as is evidenced by the
changed tone of some of the loud
mouthed dispensary advocates.
lt is reported that there are a good
many instauces of cruelty to animals
in town. Instead of sitting down and
lamenting such caseB, persons should
report them at once to any officer of
the law, who under the State law
can prosecute the offender, without re
quiring a Sooiety for Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals being organized
Postmaster Jno. R. Cochran has
completed his report for the tiscal year
ending the 30th of June, 1005, which
showB an increase of approximately 30
per cent, over the volume of business
done last year. The exact figures are
not obtainable, but the receipts from
the sale of stamps and money orders
amounts to considerably more than
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Farmer have is
sued invitations to the marrie ge of
their daughter, Annie Hunter, to Mr.
John W. Linley, on the afternoon of
Wednesday, the 0th of August, in the
First Presbyterian Church of this city.
Both Miss Farmer and Mr. Linley are
well known and popular in Anderson,
where they have been engaged in
Mr. Alewine, of Polk Co an ty, Ark.,
is in the Level Land section visiting
his brother, J. D. Alewine, and other
relatives. He was in the city a few
days ago and gave us a pleasant call.
Afr. Alewine left here more than
thirty years ago for his western home,
and his visit to his native home is a
Booree of much pleasure to his many
Invitations have been issued to the
marriage of Miss Bernie Farmer to
Way man C. Gilmer, the ceremony to
be performed on the evening of August
8th at the home of the bride-elect's
mother at Townville. Mr. Gilmer is
manager of the Toxaway mills store,
and is a splendid young gentleman.
Misa Farmer has been living in the
city for a number of years, and is held
in high esteem by a great number of
Our young friend, Frank C. Broyles,
eldest son of onr townsman, Geo. N.
BroyieB, entered the recent competi
tive examination for the scholarship
from this county in the college of
Charleston. A few days ago he re
ceived notice that he had been award
ed the scholarship,'and will report at
the opening of the fall term next
month. Frank is a bright, ambitious
young man, and we congratulate him
on his SQCoecs in this contest. .'
Onr venerable friend; Col. Jesse
P. McGee, of the Storeville section,
was in the city Monday and gave ns a
pleasant call. ' Col. McGee is now one
of Anderson County's oldest citizens,
being about 80 years of age, and has
been a eobeoriber to The Intelligencer
ever since its first number. Anderson
county never produced a more worthy,
nprigbt citizen, and it always gives ns
great pleasure to greet him. Despite
his years, he still looks bale and
hearty and is enjoying fine health.
Mr. and Mrs. Rovie Cobb, of Pied
uont, have been spending a few days
nth? city. a
There will be a horse swappers1 con- R
cation at Hartwell. Ga., on the 8th, j,
'thand 10th inst. The citizens of An- i
lorson County are invited to attend. p
The well-known baseball pitcher \\
ind prince of good fellows, Seacriat, r,
las beeu spending some days in Ander- j
ion. He ia one of the best twirlers in r
ho South. x
A somber of our friends in the coun- i
ry told us last fall that as soon HS
they sold their cotton they would piiy ]
their dues to Thc Intelligencer. Since ?
the staple has reached ten cents we (
iiave no doubt some of them have dis
posed of their crop, and we hope now
they will call and pay what they owe
as. We need tho money.
Tho Oakway correspondent of the
Keowee Courier Bays: "There will be
a farinera' picnic at Oakway cn August
1th. There will be speakers from
Clemson College, and H, R. Tillman
ie expected. Senator Latimer has
promised to como, aud Hoo. J. W.
Shelor will speak on the electric car
interest. We aro albo expecting J.J.
Fretwell. from Anderson. Everybody
is invited to come and bring well-filled
baskets. Lot everybody come and
have a good day, both tor pleasure and
James If. Young, one of Abbeville
County's oldest aud highly esteemed
citizens, died at his homo near Lown
deeville on tho night of the 2 i th inst:,
after a lingering illness. The deceas
ed was 84 years of age, and since his
young manhood had heen a devoted
member of the Methodist Church. He
was a brother of Mrs. Carrie Latimer
and Mr. Joseph Young, of this city,
and three sons and two daughters are
left to cherish his memory. His re
mains were interred the day following
his death at Smyrna Church.
Mrs. Pauline Barton, wife of Walter
Barton, died at her home in Atlanta
Friday afternoon. The body was
brought to Anderson Saturday after
noon and laid to rest in Silver Brook
cemetery the following afternoon.
Mrs. Barton was married a few years j
ago to Mr. Barton, and besides the
husband two small children survive
her. She was a daughter of Kev. J.
G. Scheide,-of Walhalla, and was a
young woman of many splendid quali
ties. She bad a great many friends in
the city who sincerely mourn her
Mrs. Robert E. Litron was painfully
injured Monday afternoon ou North
Main street in a runaway accident.
She had been out visiting, aud her
horse becoming; unmanageable she
tried to quiet hun. The animal sud
denly started forward, and Mrs. Ligon
was thrown violently to the ground
and under the wheels of the buggy.
Her right arm was fractured below the
elbow, aud besides she sustained pain
ful bruises on her face and body. She
remained unconscious for a time after
the accident. Her injuries are fortu
nately not of a BeriouB nature, and it is
hoped tbav she will soon be out again;
The Norrio correspondent of the Eas
ley Progress says: "J. P. Dendy has
resigned aa principal of the Norris
school, his resignation to take effect
1st of September, when he will go to
Anderson county. He has been re
cently elected principal of the Walker
McElmoyle graded school. This
school is a reault of the consolidation
of three schools in that district and
the past year, which was the first ses
sion since consolidation, was very sat
isfactory in results; the enrollment
having exceeded the total enrollment
of the three schools ' >o previous year
Verily we believe this plan of consoli
dation will work great results in thc
future, and some of the leaders in ed
ucational affairs of our State advocate
On Thursday of last week anothei
Confederate soldier "crossed over thc
river" and now rests from his labora
We refer to T. O. Jenkins, of Pendle
ton, who was a member of Co. C, Pal
mette Sharp Shooters, commanded bj
Capt. T. P. Benson, of this city. Om
deceased friend was a son of the lat?
Dr. Jenkins, of Pendleton, a prom i
neut physician before the war, and a
his death was about 65 years of age
He was a soldier in every sense of tin
word-always ready and willing t<
perfortm every duty required of bim ii
camp and picket duty, and when tin
shock of battle came he could be coun
ted upon to look death squarely in th
face without Cinching. Always kin?
and obliging, every member of hi
Company loved him-in fact, if he eve
spoke an unkind word or had oti<
spoken to him we cannot recall it, ant
every one of his old comrades will re
gret to hear of the death of so good ;
man. Ho leaves a wife and numereu
relatives to cherish his memory. Thu
he has gone to a better land is tin
hope of a former comrade.
WANTED-We want to buy 1
head of mules, from 4 to 12 years old
Bring them in next Munday, Tuesda
or Wednesday. Will pay good price
and will buy them fat or poor.
Davis & Finley.
Any one who baa a small, well in
proved farm to rent for 1006 pleat
communicate with "Responsible,"
Denver, 8. C.
All kinda of Seasonable Hardware ca
be bought at lowest prices from 8uUlva
Hd w. Co. Iee Cream Freezers, Ioe> Piol
and Chisels, Gauze Wire, Hprlng Hinge
Preserving Kettles, Gasoline and 0
A few counterfeiters have lately been a
taking and try In jr to sell Imitations of ?
r. King's New Discovery for Consump- j
on, Coughs and Colds, and other med- i
sines, thereby defrauding the public. \
his ls to warn you to beware of such ;
eople, who seek to profit, through steal- ,
IR the reputation of remedies which ,
ave been successfully curing disease, ,
>r over 35 years, A. sure protection, to
ou, is our name on the wrapper. Look
?r it. on all Dr. King's or Bucklen's
omedteu, as all others are mere imita
ions. ll. K. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, |
ll., and Wlurtsor, Canada.
WANTKD- Ratall, select, uncooked
?KA.?.'H ?KED. Will pay 50 cents per
lUHhel delivered at our warehouse.
-2 FANT BROS.,
04 R. lt. St., Anderson, 8. C.
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor dalma to have
llsoovered that "LaztnesH" ls caused by
i germ. If the Kmlnent Doctor ts right,
lydie's Liver Tablets oan rightly be
ermed Miorobe Killers, borun.>? they
dways remove that tired, lar.v, sluggish
oollng that has usually been attributed
o a torpid liver or constipated bowels,
tydale's Liver Tablets are guaranteed to
iure constipation and iM liver disorders,
['hoy are small, oompressod chocolate
mated tablets, easy to take, pleasant in
>ffect. Keliablp. Any dealer in our
emedies will return your money if you
ire not satisfied with those tablets. 50
ablets 25 ota. Evans Pharmacy.
A. R. Baas, of Morgantown, Iud., had
o get up ten or twelve times in the uigftt
ind had severe backaohe and pains in
;he kidneys. Was oured by Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Evans Phar
>e Instantly relieved, and p*riootJy
lealed, by Huoklen's Arnie? Hal vu <j.
Uvenbar'*, Jr., of Norfolk. Va., writes:
1 bur'it my knee dreadfully; tbat it
ill'iUi'od all over. Bucklen's Aralo?
irtlvo stopped the pain, aud healed it
without a scar." Ainu heals all woonda
ind sores. 25o at Orr, O ray <fc Co" drug
Teach*T Wanted-Mon epecially de
sired. Unprecedented demand. <>ver a
thousand vacancies. For special o llb ar
ind booklet addreew, W. H. Jones, Mgr*,
The South?;! n Teacher? Anoncy, Barn
well, 8. C. 4t
All of tho latest and most approved ds
ligna in Builder's Hardware aro tarried
by Sullivan Hdw. Co. They can furnish
everything needed by the builder in the
line of Hardware.
The McCormiok Mower, sold by Sul
livan Hardware Co., is the machine that
has triumphantly stood the test of time,
and today representa tho highest ' ttain
ment in tho manufaoturo of har costing
Poisons In Food.
Perhaps you don't realize that many
pain poisouH originate in your food, but
some day you may feel a twinge ol'
dyspepsia that will convince you. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are guaranteed to
cure all sickness due to poisons of undi
gested food-or money back. 25a at Orr?
Cray it Co's., drug store. Try them.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have just re
ceived their third full car-load of Ameri
can Field Fenoe. The beat and cheapest
Fence on earth. Every farmer should
look into the merits of thia Fence and
learn of the low prices at which it is
FIRE HrasyR?MGI ?
-ON YOUR -
Barns, System Gins.
Also, Life Insurance on Mules and Horses.
Representing only the beet and strongest Companies.
CITIZENS INSURANCE AGENCY?
3. N. C. Boleman, Pres. and Treas. M. BI. Mattison, Vice Pre?.
Q,. Frank J olin BOD, Secretary.
Sj^a^A 4k\ Ai A^awSa*dfch^> A A A.^?^fcwAhA? A^awAnA?^^A
Boston Shoe Store.
We offer all our Misses' and Children's Oxfords
at manufacturers' price.
Some odds and ends in high grades.
Fine Women's Footwear at same price.
Come and let us fit you-it *s a rare opportunity.
Our $1.50 Solid Leather Flow Shoes going at $1.
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank.
V ww WW WW WW WV WWI
MASTIC MIXED PAINT
We Want to Sell Ton Tour Paint.
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 whe>
used it. We have a fine selection of colors, and will gladly give you a card
showing them if yon 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 Anderdon. Beliable Druggists,
Shoes for a Song and a short Song at That 1
Tremendous Sacrifice on Odd Sizes and 8hapes. .
Every Shoe a Distinct Bargain. No Wise Buy*r can afford to miss it.
Hading 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 bound to moya them out in a whirlwind finish, we oan't afford to
talk loag about thein, or to do more than tell the price and wrap them up. Wo cannot and will not charge them at these
prices. .!? we charge them it will be at the regular prices.1 We promise you that former prices nor the original cost were
considered in marking them down. Heads cf families will do well to buy their winter stock of Shoes right now, ac there
will never be such a golden opportunity again to get such genuine, real value for your money.
IIB. COUN?? M MERCHANT, here Ss the chance of your life-time^-if you are not in business for your health. Bet*
ter come Before they are all pieked over, for first oome are first served. Wise men and sages crowd our Store buying our
regular S1.60 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.