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Is Nearing Its End.
FALL WILL SOON BE HERE !
In order to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock we
are exceedingly anxious to Dispose of all Summer Goods now
on hand. We have many things appropriate for right now
and late Summer that will he of interest. Some
s' AND *?tr
Summer Parasols and Umhrellas,
We have o few
Of Excellent Quality.
Our stock of Bleached and Unbleached Domestics io com
We still have a gooc) assortment of White Canvas Ox
fords for Ladies and Children.
Also, a good line of
, Hisses' and
Remember our- j
TRAVELING OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT.
Dress Suit Cas?s,
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Girl* and Boys going off to school will bear this in mind.
Merchants will not forget that our
Will open September i?t.
^?HB Helen Ce ter is in the North selecting our Fall and
.ter stock. Look ont for our New Goode.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, 1905.
THE COTTON KA HEBT.
K. P. Crowther is ia the city visiting
J. M. Dickson, of Atlanta, is spend
ing a few days in the city.
Mr. Eugene Fant went to Abbeville
Sun?ay on a business trip.
Miss Mabel Browne, of Atlanta, is
in the city visiting relatives,
Mrs. A. W. Todd, of Charleston, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Fannie Abe), of Chester, is
the guest of friends in the city.
Mies Josie Sullivan, of Laurens, is
spending awhile with Miss Helen Al
Mrs. T. F. Hill has been visitiag
relatives ut Moseley and Lowndes
Miss Sue-Lipscomb, of Ninety-Six,
is visiting the family of E. C. Mo
Mrs. H. E. Todd has been spending
several days at her old home near
Miss Jean Anthony, of Washington,
Ga., is visiting her sister- Mrs. John E.
Fruit and watermelons are growing
scarcer and prices are advancing
Mr. Heil Pinch noy, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is in the city this week visiting hi9
J. Foster Hammond, of The Abbe
ville Medium, was a visitor in ' *ie city
John A. Harri?; of Cherokee County,
iu visiting the family of Judge R. Y.
Miss Ella Rodgers, of Charleston, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. VY. W.
Mr. and M rn. R. C. Webb have re
turned from an extented trip to the
Mrs. M. W. Fripp, of Columbia, is
visiting her parents, Mr, and Mta. E.
Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. Gordon, of
Nashville, Tenn., are visiting Mrs.
Ann E. Gordon.
Mr. Eugene Rogers, of Charleston,
has been spending a few days in the
city with relatives. <,
Miss Bessie May Thompson, of Bir
mingham, vas the guest last week of
Miss Bessie Tolly.
Miss Annie Davidson, of Warrior,
Ala., is visiting her cousin, Miss Ethel
Stevenson, near the city.
Miss Carrie Hunter, of Seneca, who
has been visiting relatives in the city,
returned home Saturday.
Miss Lydia Wilhite has returned to
the city after a visit to friends in Co
lumbus and Maoon, Georgia.
The Anderson baseball team defeat
ed Belton on the local diamond Mon
day afternoon by a score of 6 to 2.
Policeman Davis and Hook & Lad
der driver Driskell are oft' pn their
vacation and took in the Atlanta ex
Miss Helen Cater has gone to the
Northern and Eastern markets to buy
fall and winter goods for Osborne ic
The law firm of Sullivan & Smith
has been dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. Smith having retired from the
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Nardin who have
been spending some time visiting in
Toccoa, Ga., and other points returned
Mr. Sol Lessor and Mrs. Josie Selig
man are in the northern markets buy
ing the fall and winter stock of goods
for Lesser & Co.
F. L. Bellinger, editor of the Jack
son, Miss., Evening Herald, has return
ed home after a visit of seveiaL days to
Mrs. A. K. Provost.
Messrs. Tom and Addie Nixon, ol
Hartwell, Ga., have been spending a
few days in the city, and took in the
excursion to Atlanta.
Ata meeting of the directora of the
AndersonTraotion Co., held last week,
the park on River street was officially
named Buena Vista.
Kov. S. J. Cartledge bas been grant
ed a vacation by his church of one
month. Mr? Cartledge is a hard work
er and deserves a rest.
On onr sixth page we print an able
speech delivered by Ex-Senator Mc
Laurin at Dillon* 8. C.? -in opposition
to the Dispensary law. Read ft.
The Presbyterian Church of this
city has jpnt in seven electric fans,
Which adds much to the comfort of
the worshippers this hot weather.
Oh the third page of the Intelli
genoer Mr. J. F. Breazeale, formerly
of this County, talla in na interesting
manner of a iiv?av visit to Niagara
The Watson building on North Main
street is nearing completion and will,
be one of the handsomest in the city.
The upper floor will be used for
offices. . ;.
Work baa commenced on the new
hotel to be bnilt on West Earle street,
near tho Union depot. Contractor C.
M. Guest is doing tho work. AU the
modern improvements will bo pel in.
Xiii P. Smith will ron his annual ex
coralon to Tal 1 ulah Faut on Accost !
24. Thin ia n delightful on? day trip,
and tho ecenery will &mply repay any
one for the outlay of money. See
schedule and fare in another column.
The Anderdon baseball team spent a
part of last v?eek io Georgia playing a
series of games. .Tho two- contests I
with Hartwell resulted in victories for!
Anderson, but the two games played f
at Royston they only won the last
The annual ronnion of Company F,
34th South Carolina Volunteers, waa'
Ueld at Carswell last Wednesday and
drew'a very largo crowd. The roll of
the company is gradually getting
smaller and there are how, bat a few
membersleft to take part ia these an
nual reunions. During, tho ' morning
w&eech?s were made bv Congressman
Wyatt Aiken, Gen. M. L. P.anb&m,
??Sn. J. E. . Breazeale, Hon. E. M.
Racker ead Prof. R. P. Clinhscales.
C. C. Lungston. The In tel li gun cere*
junior editor, left last week for Penn- j I
sylvania, to visit relatives and to so- j
cure a little needed rest.
Wr. R. Osborne, of the firm of Os
borne & Pearson, left today for the
northern market to purchase the stock
of fall and winter gooda for that firm.
Mrs. T. B. Crymes, of Williamston,
has iontod tho new hotel on Church
street just completed by Mr. Oliver
Bol t, and it will be opened to tlie pub
He September 1st. This is a handsome
hotel building and is built out of the
best of pressed brick.
H. L. Hopkins and J. L. Lander, two
Northern men who were on their way
to Philadelphia in an automobile, pass
ed through the city last week. They
made the trip from Atlanta to Ander
son, a distance of 104 miles, in the
short space of 10 hours.
Lieut. Newton A. McCully, naval
attache of the United States with the
Russian army in the war in the East,
sailed a few days ago from Shanghai,
China, en route for Port Said, Egypt.
When he returns to this country, he
will probably visit his mother in this
B. M, Sullivan has been spending a
few days in the city with friends. He
was formerly principal of the city
graded schools, but for several year.*
has been in the PhiUippines engaged
in teaching. He has returned to this
country to live and will make hi? homo
in Tampa, Fla.
The Farmers1 Institute at Clemson
College last week waa attended by a
largo number of Anderson County far
mers. Practical talks on agricultural
subjects were made by experienced
men, and besides the good derived
from the gathering the farmers had a
?rieasant outing which they greatly en
Good raina have fallen in all sections
of the county during the past week,
and the crops are looking lino again.
Cotton in particular suffered a great
deal from the dry spell. Heavy, wash
ing rains fell in some communities in
the upper part of the county and some
damage was done to the growing
The Palmetto Riflemen returned
Monday night from their encampment
in Columbia. The boys report a pleas
ant trip. They derived much benefit
I*om the encampment besideB having
n enjoyable outing. Capt. P. K. Mc
Cully, Jr., acted as adjutant on the
staff of Col. W. W. Lewis, commander
of the First Regiment of militia.
The school fund this year will be
increased with something like $40,000
as the result of the dog tax. The dog
tax was passed by the legislature two
years ago, but it did not become oper
ative until this year and as it stands
now every owner of a dog must pay s
State tax of SO cents in addition to thc
regular valuation tax. Anderson Coun
ty returned last year 835 dogs, valued
The following delegates have beerj
appointed by President F. G. Brown,
of: the Chamber of Commerce, to rep
resent the body in the meeting of thc
commercial organizations of the State
in Columbia to-morrow: T. A. UP 11 i ito
A. 8. Farmer, C. F. Jones and J. J.
Fretwell. The purpose of the Colnm.
bia meeting is io bring the commercia
bodies into closer relations for the ac
complishment of greater good by unit
Eugene Snipes, a young farmer liv
ing on H. C. Townsend's pince belov
the city, was painfully gored by a bul
one day Inst week. He had gone U
the lot to milk his cows when the bul
unexpectedly attacked him. He sus
taiued painful bruises about the bodi
and would doubtless have been goree
to death had not others come to hit
rescue and driven the maddened ani
mal away. Mr. Snipes then secured i
pistol andi kiL'ed the ?mil.
Luther Woodson, the young whit?
man who killed Wister Pack at Pelze:
several days ago, surrendered t<
Sheri ft' Green last week. He fled im
mediately after the shooting and tin
officers had not located him up to th?
time of his nurrender. He is now ii
the County Jail and will be tried fo
murder at the September terni of th
Sessions Court. Mrs. Burgess, a
whoso house thetragedy occurred, ha
also been lodged iu jail as an acc?s
sory to the murder.
Miss Henrietta Whitehurst, of At
lanta, Ga., who has been spending i
few weeks in the city, as the guest o
Miss Liezelle Willis, returns to he
I home this week. Miss Whitehurst i
one of. Atlanta's most beautiful am
\ fascinating young ludio, and greatl
admired by all who have mer. her, es
pecially for her musical taiust. Tb
Bolos sang by her in the Firfct Fresby
terian Church since she has been n
the city have been greatly enjoyed b
all present. Her many friends will re
gret to see her leave our city.
The Intelligencer force is indebte
to oar good friend, Col. J. C, Striblinc
ot Pendleton, for one o? the larges
watermelons we have seen this seasor
weighing over fifty pounds. Col
St rib! in cr tells ns it was raised on tb
County Lino between Anderson an
Picken?, consequently it took tw
counties to grow it. Such treats don
come often and are highly appr?cie
ted by the printers. For once in hi
life onr "devil" hau is fill, and looke
like ho wa? sorry he could not hid
any more away. It was delicious, an
we again thank the donor.
We are requested by the County
Chairman to Bay to tb? chairmen of
the manager'a of election al the differ
ent precinct?, that they are expected to
call and get the boxes, as they vf ill not
be .- ont to them.
A horrible accident occurred 3iou
day night just west of Grove Station.
Four young men lay down on the rail
road track to sleep and a southbound
train struck them, kill i UR ono and
Injuring two, while the fourth escaped j
uninjured. The dead man ia Steph
Williams, and the injure aro Paul
Plyer and Henry Ellis. Their home is
in Charlotte, N. C.
The reunion of the Brown family
was held at Concord Church north of
the city last Friday. A large number
ot the descendants of George and
Rachael Felton Brown a&senibled and
the day was made particularly pleasant
by the mingUug together of the exten
sive family connection. George
Brown served in the Revolution and
his descendants are among the best
citizens of this and the adjoining coun
ties. Addresce* were made by Kev. E.
Z. Brown, R?.v. V. 1. Masters and Col.
B. F. Cray ton. The two gentlemen
first narced arc descendants of Georgo
Another Cotton Mill for Anderson.
It 1ms been known among the mill
promoters in this city for some time
that the Erwin Mill property in Cen
terville Township waa an ideal place
for a cotton mili. Up to last winter
Mr. W. J. Erwin has been operating a
flour mill ac this place, and along in
January this property was sold to Mr.
J. H. Bowden, a wealthy planter of
Centerville Township, and who owns
about a thousand acres adjoining the
Few people knew what Mr. Bow
den's idea was iu buying this propert".
but Mr. Bowden knew his business.
Besides owning this big tract of land
and a ginnery and the Erwin Mill
property, Mr. Bowden has a tremen
dous fruit farm and creamery in Cali
fornia, which yields him a handsome
But we did not get our information
from Mr. Bowden, for he is a man who
talks very little, and especially about
his own business.
Engineer Shrine, of Greenville, has ;
been surveying the Erwin Mill property,
and while ne has made no report, it is
known that ?300 horse power can be
Mr. Bowden was in the city last
Saturday, and when interviewed by an
Intelligencer representative, he would
not talk, but admitted that Engineer
Sirrine had boen making surveys and
that it was probable that a cotton mill
would be built, but that when work
would commence he would not cay
but those who know Mr. Bowden best
believe that theie will be something
doing before many months pass.
Centerville Mills is about six miles
northwest of this city, and not very
far from Denver, on the Blue Ridge
Railway, and in the midst of a good
cotton section of the county.
Coats, jaokets, street and houBo cos
tumes for ladies and young folks are
shown In The Designer for September,
and a special article illustr?tes and des
cribes ' Goa tu mus for Grammar and
High School Scholars." "Points on
Dressmaking" tells how to Hue a jaoket,
and the Millinery LesBOii lustruots how
to make bonnets for elderly ladles.
"Ch?nese Housekeeping" ia Interesting! j
described ny Laura B. Starr; and Bertha
Ilasbrook in "In the Interest of Bread
Winning" series advises "Catarina" as a
lucrative business Mary Xi lavin gives
suggestions for "The Modern Bed," and
Craig S. Thomas writes on "Taming
Squirrels," "Mothers' Work and Work
ers" is contributed by Jane A. Stewart,
and Caroline F?lle?, author of "The
Alley Cat's Kitten." supplies a droll
little atory, "The Purr Pass and the
Spit Oat." In amusements tht.ro are a
drill, "The Harvesters," and many other
plans for home entertainment. "The
Ssn of Elizabeth," by Celia E. Shute, is
a short story for adults, and "Miss Gin
tor," a most olever continued story ls
concluded in this number. "Decorative
Uses for Blue Print Cloth," "Lace Col
lars," "Crocket," and "Netting" pro
vide plenty of occupation for the fancy
worker, and "Catchups and Pickles"
and "Tne Savory Tomato" give sugges
tions for appetizing eatables.
Excursion to Tallulah Falls.
We will run our annual Excursion to
Tallulah Fallaon Thursday, August 24th.
Train will start at Piedmont and run via
Belton, Anderson and 8en?c<*. Leave
Piedmont at 0.30 a. m., fare $1.75. I,?javo
Belton 7 o'clock a. m., fare $1.65. Leave
Anderson 7.yo a. m., fare $1.00. Now
yon people who have been laying off for
this trip come right along, and bring
your friends with you. We cannot be
gin to explain the Hcenery of this won
aeriel spot, BO go aud Bee for yourself.
It will be mcnev well invested.
L. P. Smith,
M. L Brock,
ls lt Righi ?
r? it right that a property-owner should
lose $4.20 to let a dealer make 50 cents?
A dealer makes 50 cents more on four
teen gallons of ready-for-uso paint, at
$1 50 per gallon, than our agent do?a on
eight gallons of L. A M. paint and alx
gallons of linseed oil, whioh make four
teen gallons of the beet paint in the
world, at $1.20 per gallon; the property
owner loses Jost $4 20. Ie lt right?
It only requires 4 gallons of L. A M.
and 8 gallons linseed oil to paint a mod
erate sized honre.
Ten Thousand Cbnrohes painted with
Longman and Martinez L. AM. Paint.
Liberal quantities given to oburobea
when boa p ht from F. B. Cray ton, An
dersen; T. L. Hopper, Belton; T. C. Jack
A few counterfeiters have lately been
in nit hu; ?Dd trying to sell imitations of
Dr. Ktug's New Ulsoovery for 1'ooHump
tion, Coughs ?nd Colds, and other med
icines, thereby defrauding the public.
Tliis ls to warn yon to beware of such
people, who seek to profit, through steal
ing the reputation of remedies which
have been successfully curing disease,
for over "J" year?, A sure protection, to
you, ia our name on the wrapper. L>ook
for it. on all Dr. King's or Bucklen'8
rem?dieras all others are mere Imita
tions. H. E. Buoklen & Co., Chicago,
111., and Windsor, Canada.
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor claims to have
discovered that "Laziness" is caused by
a germ. If the Kmlnont Doctor is right,
Rydle's I-lver Tablets ?an rightly be
termed Microbe Killers, because they
alway? remove that tired, lazy, sluggihh
feeling that has usually been attributed
to a torpid liver or constipated bowels.
Ry dale's Liver Tablets are guerauteed to
cure constipation and a'l llvar disorders.
They are small, compressed chocolate
coated tablets, easy to take, pleasant in
effect. Reliable. Any dealer in our
remedies will return your money if you
are not satisfied with those tablets. 50
tablets 25 cts. Kvans Pharmaoy.
are instantly relieved, and porfectly
healed, by Mucklen'a Arnie? Halve. C
Rlvenhark, Jr., of Norfolk. V?., writes:
I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it
blistered ail over. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve stopped the pain, and healed lt
without a scar." Also heals all wouuds
and sores. 25c at < >rr, O ray ct Co., drug
Teachers Wanted-Men specially de
sired. Unprecedented demand. Over s
thousand vacancies. Vor special o her
and booklet add rosa, W. H. Jones, Mgr-,
Tho Southern Teachers Ai?eucy, Barn
well, 8. C. 4t
All of the latest and most approved de
signs in Builder's Hardware are serried
by Sullivan Ildw. Co. They can luruisk
everything needed by the builder in the
line of Hardware.
Tba McCormick Mower sold hy Sul
livan Hardware Co., is the machine that
I as triumphantly stood the teat of time,
'.nd today represents the highest attain
ment in tho manufacturo of harvesting
Ali kinds of Seasonable Hardware can
be bought at lowest prices from Sullivan.
Hdw. Co. Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Picks
and Chisels, Gauze Wire, Spring Hinges,
Preserving Kettles,! Gasoline and OIL
FIRE INSURANCE !
Barns, System Gins.
Also, Life Insurance on Mules und Horses.
SW Representing only the best and strongest Companies.
CITIZENS INSURANCE AGENCY.
G. N. C. Boleman, Pres. and Treaa. M. M. Mattison, Vice Pre*.
Q. Frank Johnson, Secretary.
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1 GET THE HABIT !
Boston Shoe Store.
We offer all our Misses' and Children's Oxfords
at manufacturers' price.
Some odds ?nd ends in high grades.
Fine Women's Footwear at same price.
Come and let us fit you-it is a rare opportunity.
Our $1.50 Solid Leather Plow Shoes going at $1.
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank.
MASTIC MIXED PAINT.
We Want to Sell You Your 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 who
used it. We have a fine selection of colors, and will gladly give you a card
showing them if you will call iu and request same. Also, a full line of- .
Varnishes, Stains, Floor Faints,
Furniture Polish, Paint Brushes, Etc.
ORR, GRAY & CO.,
Next to Bank of Anderson. Reliable Druggists.
A GOOD TIME
To have your Carnage and Buggy Repaired and Repainted,
BO they will be ready when you need them. We have a splen
did stock good, dry'Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Wheels ; also, Lum
ber in the rough, and nearly everything it takes to put a vehicle
in good shape, with plenty good help to give prompt service.
RUBBER TIES A SPECIALTY.
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
Shoes^f or a Song and a short Song at That!
Tremendous Sacrifice on Odd Sizes and Shapes*
Every Shoe a Distinct Bargain. No Wise Bayer can afford to miss it.
Saving selected from oar largo stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes all odd sizes and shapes, we offer] to
tho trade generally the entire line at figures that are hound to m ave them ont in a whirlwind finish. We can't afford Ito
talk long about them* or to do moro than tell the price and wrap them up. We cannot and will not charge them at these
prices. If we charge them it will he at the regular prices. We promise you that former prices nor the original coa ti wer o
considered in marking them down. Heads of families will do well to huy their winter stock of Shoes right now, as thero
will never bo euch a golden opportunity again to get such genuine, real value for your money.
ICE. COUNTRY MERCHANT, here ls the chanco of your life-time-if you are not in business for your health. Bet?
ter come before ,y are all picked over, for first come are first served. Wise men and sages crowd our Store buying our
regular $1.50 thoo for 59o. You can get in their class mighty easy and monstrous cheap.
Don't forge tour "Star" Brand Shoes-they are on everybody's feet.
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