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ll ENTIRE STOCK
If you should need anything in the following lines it's
TForth while to see these offerings :
3xeaB Goods, Silks,
White Goods, Lawns,
Muslins, Wash Goods,
Embroideries, Insert? ons,
Gloves, Table Linens,
BOIL . , to visit our Store when in Town.
.Remember, everything EEDUCED.
Twenty-five Per Cent
DISCOUNT S?LE I
^ ?^ Mk. .Gk A Mk. Mk Mb.
AS it baa even been tbe custom of this Firm for years psst to offer at
to season their entire stock of, CLOTHING, STRAW HATS and LOW
GUT SHOES at a Discount of 26 Per Cent, we aunouoce this1 sale began
Monday, Jane 26, and wiil continue until August 1. To our man j friends
and customers thia does not mean a "big blow" to attract unwary buyers,
but it means an actual discount of 25 per cent from the original price. Our
?fiera so many good features as regards fit, style and wear that we feet we
?an say without fear of successful contradiction that considering these quali
fies no such Clothing Bargains have ever been offered to the Clothing buyers
of Anderson and the surrounding country.
$5.00 Suits $3.70.
$10.00 Suits $7^50.
$16.00 Suits $11.25.
M $7.60 Suits $5.63:
$12.60 Suite $9.38.
$18.00 Suits $13.50,
Just afc this aeasbn ODD TROUSERS are greatly in demand, and when,
yon have tech a largo and well-selected line of exclusive pattens to choose
cfrom at TA'.^OS of 25 per cent discount you cannot afford not to buy one or
asore pairs. : ^ , 1
$1.60 Trousers $1.121-2.
$2.00 Trousers $1.50.
$3.00 Trousers $2.25.
$3.50 Trousers $2.361-2.
$4.00 Trousers $3.00.
$4.50 Trousb^s $3.37 1-2.
?| . : $5.00Trousers$3.75. .
.v' V. ' $6.00 Trousers $4.50.
Wo have eyer made it a rule never to carry over from one rauson to
pother any W OUT SH OGS?and while our sales on OX?
S have this season exceeded sales of previous seasons wo can still
?how practically an unbioken lino of sises and styles.
We intend making this sale the largest and moat successful of our.many
Sarga and successful sales of ?his sort, and, if "seeing ia boHeving/V all we
ask of you is to como and ba convinced.
Terms of salo strictly cash,
^oods charged to responsible parties at regular prices.
REESE & BOLT,
C&? Prte^ and Fiirrdshers.
Next door to farmers and Merohanta Bank,
mm ARE A FEW
. 140 acres-1 milo %^a?a? B?ro?m house and outbuildings, 25 acres ia ;
?nitivation. Price $150000. . V . ; v : r
^ouso, 1 tenaift bouse, 75 oor?a in cultivation, 40 aare* bottom, fine lot tim
Mr. Price t'd.OO per acre^
iiSm^i iM acreS-^t milo Walhalla, half mile Weat Unioa. $0 acres in culii
ftog scvation, 30 ^res bottom,. 2Wout bouses, 100 acresin.woods, \Price ?17.50 acre.
Wm?mWw^i Unio?i 8.-C.-?-sors lot on ll*m St; with. good -5-room : ?ouso.
.-. almoat ^^^^^ C!~-Ha?f acre tonier lot ?ti' :Maiu St?'.Ue?r. ilepoi,wUh ll
WBDNBSDAY. AUG. 30, 1905.
Killed by Accidental Discharge of Pistol.
T. Y. Cox. an operative in the Bel
ton Cotton mille, was killed Thursday
afternoon by the accidental discbarge
of bia pistol wbicb be was in the act
of cleaning, ile and a companiou,
Henry Stowe, were together and both
Ima just cleaned their weapons when
young Cox began snapping bis pistol
to see if it would work. It seems that
he was ignorant of the fact that there
was still a load in it, and when ho
snapped it the weapon was discharged
and the ball penetrated the young
man's heart, producing instant death.
Mr. Cox was a young man about 18
years of age.
Mr. Pucker Elected to The Legislature*
The Democratic county executive
committee met Thursday morning and
tabulated the vote cast in the primary
election ou the Tuesday preceding.
Hon. E. M. Bucker, Jr., was officially
declared the nominee, having obtain
ed a mojority over his two opponents.
The total vote was 1.G09. Little in
terest was manifested in the result,
and in two boxes, Mt. Tabor and Rock
Mills, no votes were cast. The votes
were distributed among the candidates
E. M. Bucker, Jr.885
E. J. Kay.548
H. M. Prince.241
Mr, Rucker has .served two terms in
the Legislature, and he will have the
advantage of experience in represent
ing his constituency. Ho fills out the
unexpired term of Judge Prince.
Death of Mrs. Eliza Skelton.
Mrs. Eliza Skelton, one of the old
est and most highly esteemed residents
of the city, died ac her home on North
Main street Friday night. Her death
was due primarily to the infirmities of
uid agu, thu deceased being a iittie
more than 85 years old.
Mrs. Skelton was a daughter of the
late Aaron Vandiver who lived in tho
Non I'D Creek section of the county.
She was married in her young woman
hood to John VV. Skelton, who died in
1894. No children were born of this
union. She leaves a sister surviving
her ia Texas, and the only other near
relatives her niece, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan,
and J. R. and VY. A. Yandiver, ne
phews, of this city.
Mrs. Skelton was a woman of strong
convictions and was a devoted member
of the First.Baptist Church of this
city where the funeral exercises were
held Sunday afternoon. Rev. P. B.
Estes conducted the exercises in the
absence of Dr. Chapman. The inter
ment was in Silver Brook cemetery.
Death of Jolla W. Shearer.
John VY. Shearer died at his home in
Rock Mills Township Friday night.
He had been in failiog health and his
death was not unexpected.
?*r. Shearer waa .74 years of age.
For the greater part of his life he had
beena resident of the Roberts section
of the county where he devoted him
self to farming. During the last two
years of the war he wont to the front
and did active service in tho field. He
was a staunch Mason, being one of the
oldest members of Hiram Lodge of
thia city. Mr. Shearer is survived by
his wife, whabefore her.marriage was
Miss Louisa Gaines, and by the follow*
ing children: J. VY. and VY. H. Shear
er, of this city,' and Mrs. James A.
Shirley/ of the county. Mrs. Mattie
P. McClure, another daughter., died
several years ago. v.-;
Tho funeral services were ?eid . Sat
urday norning from the residence,
after which the remains were brought
to tue city and interred in Silver Brook
Flagman McKenzie Crushed to Death.
Jamos J. McKenzie, a flagman on the
Columbia and Greenville railroad, was
crashed te ^eatb? between- the cars
'Wednesday afternoon at Wiiliamston,
The train had stopped cn the siding to
take on a car, and ihe young man "
failed in hiajttrat attempt to make c the |
CC Upi ?Ii pt ?'?u '?' "?? f\?,Q ? m?;?ss u> j
the engineer to move ahead, and Sa tho '
train advanced he proceeded forward I
to the center o? the track to adjust the
knuckle of ? tho coupling to which he
intended coupling the car bo was pick
ing up, He failed. to notice that the
car behind was rolling towards him,
and before he could get out of the way
the ? wo cars came together, crushing
tba unfortunate man hetw?en them?
Air. McKenzie was so terribly, crush
ed that death resulted almost instant
ly. He is a Son of W. C. McKenzie,
formerly of Piedmont, and a young
man Of about 23 years of age.
County Fair to Be Held in October.
The directors of the Anderson Coun
ty Fair Association held an important
meeting last weeh for the purpose of
Srr?ngfng for the county fair this fall.
sh6.preliminary work was mapped
out, and committees were appointed
which wilt meet .on: next Monday to I
make their reporto. The date for j
holding the fair waa fixed fof the 17th, '
18th and 19th Of October, Tho eveht
thia fall will be more comprehensive^ ,
in character than it was lust .year, in
cluding a representative display of tho
agricultural and industrial resources
of tho County. >
An attractive premium Hat ls being
prepared and this will be issued ia a
fow days, ... ' r
J. J. Fret well, president of tho A
sedation, .appointed; the following
committees to act with the president
and ??tho secretary, F. B. Cray ton, in
arraegingfor the fair: v.;'?" .> p>,
Fiold Producta-D; L. Beaty, LR..
Watson ami A._S, Farmer, :: \WOBum
^Cwi?a and Hogs^B.' H^riS, F. E, *
W??we**?nu %ul?a?-5TlBD. McEIroy,
Dueworth, U. G- SeUaae?
. 12: Harper. ?
Chicken^. L. ?folly, C O. Barr?as
Horso Races- F. B.Cmyton, J. P.
cElroy, XT. G, abd Lee Gi
.Manufactar?a-W. F. Cor, Calhoun
Harrisy F. G. Brown, H. E. Lig?n and
J. J. Fret well. . .'?J
Heasebol? Dep&rtment^lfrai ?L Jil
Fretwell, Mrs. F. G. Browne Mrs. S.
31*ckley- Mrs. N. R. Green, Airs. J.
1 Dncwortb, Mrs. M. E. Dacworth,
IMrs.C. O. Burriss.
Col. Patrick for Adjutant and Inspector
The announcement that Adjutant
and Inspector General Frost will retire
from pol?tica at the expiration of bia
present term brings into prominence
the gentlemen who will probably be
candidates to succeed him. Col. ?J,
M. Patrick of thia city? assistant to
Gen. Frost, announced aome time ago
that he would be in the race in case of
Gen. Frost's retirement. Col. Pat
rick baa made a good o??cial and the
people of the State c mid not do bettor
than to bestow this honor upon a
worthy and capable man.
The Columbia State of Sunday saya:
"Col. Jno. M. Patrick, the efficient
and courteous aasistant adjutant gen
eral, has also been mentioned an the
"logical candidate/' Col. Patrick baa
had charge of annual inspections, and
baa demonstrated his iitnesa in a tech
nical way. He bas also giren his
time to the encampments and bas dis
played nota littfeexecutive ability,
lie is very cordially liked and would
make a strong race, as he did three
?eara ago when he opposed Gen.
Vost in the race to succeed Gen.
The trustees of the Iva High School
at a recent meeting elected Prof. Cot
tinghnm, of Dillon, principal. Misa
lieu? Kennedy, who taught here lust
year, will again serve as assistant
teacher. Renewed interest bas been
avouse/l in school mattera, anti the
setzen that will begin in the early
fall promises to be more than usually
Prof. J. W. Ligon, priucipal of the
LaGrange, Ga., graded sonool, bas
been visiting bis brother, Joseph C.
'Miss, Annie Beaty hos been elected
au assistant teacher in the graded
sohool at Fountain Inn, and will en
ter upou ber duties next month.
W. P. Cook bas returned from a
business ti io to Baltimore. '.
Mrs. S. W. Watt and children, . of
Doe Weat, visited relatives near hero
Mrs.M./E. Cox, of Abbeville, has
been visiting her daughter; Mrs, H.
L. Reid is erecting anice ois room
dwelling in the weatern part of town.
8. M.. McAdams has purchaaed a lot
and will erect a substantial dwelling
houee npon it during the fall.
The outlook. for a good fall trade is
encouraging, and our merchants have
made ample preparation for handling
. Waiter Blackman, third con of Mr
and Mrs Marshall Blackman diedonthe
23rd and was buried next day nt Sandy
Springs, bia pastor, Rev. S. W. He?try,
conducting the funeral services. The
deceased was a deaf mute, about 20
years old, and was sick only a few
days. His death; was caused by some
disease of tho brain, which induced
con valsions. The family '. have the
heartfelt sympathy of many friends in
their sad affliction. Thia is tho second
one to be taken Jby death from the
family circle in less than a year.
W. D. Garr?aos, Jr., who has been
spending , bis vacation at home, was
unable to return to his work in Char
leston last week, on account of being
. _,..?_ - ._i_._\_ _ ._ ? r_ _
Hillie IOU TT11U c uuuuu?iD uu mo ?nc
. Tue Misses Sullivan, ox Greenville,
are'visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. W,
Major and other relatives in thia vi
Prof. W. E. Chapman's mother re
turned to her nome in Green villo
county Monday, . after spending sev
eral days with ber soli and fam?.y,
Mr. Seabrook, cf Charleston, left
for Walhalla .Monday, af ter a pleasant
visit to the family of Mr. W. i>. Gar
Quite a number of Denver people
went ob tho Smith-Brock excursion
to Tallulah Falla last Thursday ^
Prof. Hall wiir elote his Ano Normal
Behool of Music at Sandy Springs
with a concert on September ibid. . A
small admission fee will be charged,
and the doors will open promptly tit
7;30 p. m. It will alford a raro treat
to the lovers of music.
: Dr. J. C. Duckworth, of Lebanon, is
having bia house remodeled by that
master .mechanic/J. S. McClellan, asr
sisted by J? L. Jolly. It will be fitted
np with all modern conveniences, nod
when finished, will be one of the pret
4l?? Jollyl? assisting.in building Ta
? np x^Biaen Ce xor Roy Burri os \-x?i?:
??T??X vuuci :*??msr?y -??is?i-?Mas2?e
Major, of Denver. Mr. Burriss ie hav
ing his house built on th? pubic road
about 3 miles north of Anderson..
Mr. and Mia. J. B. Douthitn of Au
ton, were the guests of ri J. It.
Garrison and family Saturday,
r Mra. J, W. Major abd nieces, the
Misses Sullivan, of Greenville, vbti?d
tho family of W. Di Garrison i*oh
A. 8, Farmer , and wife, and S. Ni
6 i I tn er and wi fe, of Anderson, were
the gueate ;of Mra^ Anon Elrod Sun?:
. Mies Lina Simpscuv of Laurens, has
returned home after a pleasant visit
to her uncle, T. IL Simpson.
Mr. Prue Fant acd wife visited. Mr.
Darwin Reid and family Sunday.
Harris Bridge Hapo?siags.
Af tera few days 'of rain we are ht
ing a few d?ya of cool weather, whi..
seems very much like fall, which is
is opening very fast, and soon
on toe market. ' .'
. ma Harris is on an extended
relatives in Belton.
Mrs. Be?lah Holder,and two pr?t
Norway, havelbeenth?gceatsof J.,*'
Holder and family.
; alias Mary Cobb Harris ia a we!
mailor in and around Broadway.
Fodder pulling ia the order of the
Rev. W, H. Beckham ?od': wife, ?S
WiiliatHSton,: waa at Trinis,: whero
Mr. Beckham jetted : bia pulpit at?
took dinner with Mr. Rufua Carter
A number of yo^ngatera \
Mr a? Clems??*railage
They report a jolly tSmo.
Mfasoa Blanche an^Nellie McClellan,
hear As?eisoa? were welcome visitors
lu our burg a f^w d*Ste ??e,
? M^'Lonnio - ?Sarria md alat??, Misa;
F?ore^ce. of ??e??oa, waa ia bnrm?dat
last week?- ? v '--.-.^ ;- w^-v;
? Eugene < Brown? : who baa .as
Clemen, ie via&lhg bia bom*, folks.
??JA Dr^amei;.Gkl. J
' ?$$? Sw afton-ta issjsj?ttS'j %lzv% .
e, i $a&kidnft3? ?r?'?ble sc- bvi,'* ? ava J.
J.oCox, oi-Valley Vte^ Ky., "fbnt X>
;Ctfaid ?ot.w?ck, ; .a?V f&pfc wfere 8*?o?^;fctj
k?m?o?^isiy.0':?hiil?Wh.-. <Mu?nu>} m ?nv
bed i\?? phjwtc?fiit? w<!to ?ivib?e i
ma ?*ity.xi*\Ui&: My ..fi tv;.-.. tfii?Hj?
Rock Mill News.
Mr. J. W. Shearer died at hw borne
here last Friday evening about throe
o'clock. He had only been sick about
ten days, and bia death was quite a
shock to his many friends. Ho wia
born io thia county February.
therefore, he war in the seventy
fourth year of bis age. lu bi? vomit
manhood days be went west and
taught school two years i.? Alabama,
and then he returned ti? his native
county, and shortly after his reiurn he
married Misa Louise ur?iu??. of (ireen
ville county, and by th's nniou four
children was born unto them-two
Bona and two ? daughters-three of
whom are living, viz, J. H. Shearer of
thu? place, W. H. Shearer and Mrs. J.
A. Shirley, of Anderson, all of whom
are married. Their other daughter,
Mrs. J. F, McClure, died in Anderson
about three years ago. He bas a
brother, Wm. Shearer, living in Ar
kansas, and T. C. Shearer living in
Texas and one sister, Mrs. Crow, also
living in Texas. Beside? his aged
widow, three children,.two brothers,
one slater and a number of grandchil
dren h* has ajioflt of friends to Moura
??is death. Rev. J. B. Earle preached
his funeral at his residence on tho
day following his death, after which
his remains wore, carried to Silver
Brook* cemetery fo>r interment. He
was a brave ecldier in the war between
the States, and fought to the end. He
was a me?ber of Shiloh ' Baptist
Church for a number of years and died
in the faith. A good man hw* gone to
Protracted services aro in progresa
this week at Providence.
Fodder palling is on hand, and the
farmers aro bus? gathering lt.
Cotton is beginning to open, There
is about two-thirds of a crop in this
Conductor J. 8. Leo and wife, of
Birmingham, Ala., recently visited
their sister, Mrs, J. P. Anderson, of
The health of this community is'
- ?' ''
Wreek at Calhoun Falls.
A throngh freight train on the Sen
board ran into an open switch at Cal
houn Fails Saturday night, and one
man was killed and several injured as
a...rasait.- The engine and nine cars
were thrown from the track, lt ia
thought that tho switch V,?G tampered
with hy como miscreant abd an inves
tigation will be made* into the affair.
Adolphus Donaldson, a negro train
band, was killed. The injured are:
G. W. Syfan, engineer, leg and foot
crabbed; Louis Ferguoon, colored,
bruised; C. H. Hinn?tt, fireman, soald
ed; several others of the. train I Crew
. -'?- it? o - ' .
. FOR S ALE-O co pair of fine, imported
German canary Birds, of tho ?t. An
drewaborar variety, ? with cage 10x20.
Address Box 60 or Intelligencer oOico.
Used fer PaeainoBls.
Dr. J. C. Bishop,, of Agnew, Mich.,
asye: * 'I have used Foley's Stoney and
Tor in three vary severe ?asea of pneu
monia with good res?ltala every ^??e."
Refuse snbstifcutes. ? &o?d ' by Evans
Sullivan Ha.vdware Co. has just re
ceived a foll car load of Loadeov Shells.
Call on them when yon need anything
tn tho Uno of Ammunitions
Poley>ss Honey and Tar ls peculiarly
adapted for cb. ionic throat troubles and
?ail puoiHTWIJ ?JV. IO USVHVI|I?IV| UUBIOU- i
ness and bronchial disease*. Refuse aub?
?Ututo?.. Sold by Evans Phtrniaoy.
i When yon 'waut any-repairs for "your
Machinery! call cn* Sullivan Hardware
Co. They can furnish anything yon may
\want In this line.
MONET TO LOA?-A few tnoaaaad
doliare to loud on Lund for clients. Aa?
ply to B. F. Martie,' Attoraey-at-Law.
A Nsw Jersey EdUcrVTestiiao^sl.
! M. T. Lynch. Editor of the ''Phillipa-.
bur?. N. J,, D*iiy Past, writes: ?,4I have
Used many ? iud? of caed?atnen for boughs
and oulda m my family but never any
thing ?? good a? Foley's Honey and Tar.
I cannot say too moch ?n pi-alse of it."
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Palaces lu Feed.
Perhaps yoii doti't realize that many
pala poisons originate la your food, but
EOKio . day you easy feel ?ra l:twinge of
dyspepsia' that will con vince you .. Dr..
King's New Life Filia are guaranteed to
core all sickness tine to poisons of;?ndt
?eated food-^-or money badk. 25o a*. Orr,
Gray ?fe Co's., drag store. Try them.
Cured Bstnorrbasss ?? th? lungs.
.. "^??v?'vai y esra since my lunge were so
badly affected that Thad many h^naui*?
rbagea.11 writes A, M.' Ake, '> ot. Wottd,
Ind. "I took treatment with several
physicians without any lumen*. ? then
started tb take Foley w Honey and Tar.
and my lunga are now os sound as a bul
let. I recommend it in advanced otages
of lung trouble. Sold by Evens Phar
macy. ' . ,
Fraud Exposed. ' .
A few counterfeiters have lately been
We Have, Just C
We have linc! in the history of
We aro determined this last half shall Ie >d.
We ca? supply yoi grandly withmid-suimner many
Whitest White Goods at very lowest prices. Whit? i?
Lways cool and fresh,
40-inch White Lawn, thin and ?heor? I1)e.
Beautiful Persian Lawns 10c, 15c, 30c ind 3&e yard.
Beautiful White Linens 25e and .$1.0% in all ^rjdth?.
Colored Lawns of almost every description at greatly re
luced prices. 5c, 3c and 10c buys beautiful Lawns that
retailed at 10c, 15c and 20c first QI the season.
Most elegant lille of Table Linens of Doilies, Napki|?
ind Towels for midsummer wants.
Still selling elegant Embroideries at bargain prices.
Ladies' Muslin TJnderwear~aU stylesof ^arments-at
jconosnicai prices. '
No use to sweat this hot weather when you can bu^ gai*
lents at the price we sell them.
One-third offon all Pattern'Hats. Selling boautifol Hat?,
B*Jr*t fail to see our White Goods and Lawns.
All in and Ee^y for Tow liiip^^
Oui'O?r.,'Less?r while 1st ;^?^.:'Yor^;;boughi, ;on?
largest and prettiest Stocks that ever came to .our city. Kow,
" you are looking for HigS Cteatte and Low Prices you will
isitour Store. We certainly have one of the prettiest
Stools? bf Dry: Gob^s, Shoes, ^Clb^hiag and Millinery in traper
karolina. Just think ! we * have gomethihg over $35,000
rerth bf D??utiful Xf?w Spring Goods. Uhis is no idle talk
re can prove every word we say if you will give tiB a call.
New Spring Belt* from 10c to SI .00.
?Jew Spring Corsets fi om 24c to 01.00.
?ew ?priag Shopping Bags from 10o io $1.00.
New Spring Cape for bfftuts from lOc^o 50c.
New Spring Caps for Boys from ibo to 7?c
New; Spring ??O?IC^? 5c to 5,0c
~ Are new andj?rettyy and ail tne'i?dies isl) us. that no one in; tab city ?RH. ? 'm
$jcn ns ?n qua?j?y and prices. We 'have 'now : Sfcrfog' BrHliastinea iii all ipa:-. m
e^ing colors, Voiles in all colors, mid m fact anything you may wa?i: ia ./f|
Wool anVi^Vash-G.?iid?.'-'. .? _ ?
Now, for ?K>tt?u fabrics wc do claim'..that have oT?rf t?t ia JH
Jab CWity, Wajftt'ffioods fron? ^c to Sfrg.pqf > : ? .. _ ____ _