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-ON SALE AT
If you should need anything in the following linea it's
worth while to aee these offerings :
DreGB Goods, Silks,
White Goods, Lawns,
Muslins, Wash Goods,
Gloves, Table Linens,
"S?oii: . : to visit our Store when in Town.
Remember, everything REDUCED.
REESE & BOLT,
. Twenty-five Per Cent
AS it baa even been the cut?tom of thia Firm for years past to offer at
thia season their entire Btock of CLOTHING, STRAW HATS and LOW
CUT SHOES at a Discount of 25 Per Cent, we announce this sale began
Monday, June 2G, and will continue until August 1. To our many friends
cud customers this 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
Offers so many good features as regards fit, style and wear that we feel we
can say without fear of successful contradiction that considering these quali
ties no such Clothing Bargains have ever been offered to the Clothing buyers
of Anderson and the surrounding country.
$5.00 Suits $3.75. $7.50 Suits $5.63.
$10.00 Suits $7.50. $12.50 Suits $9.38.
3315.00 Suits $11.25. $18.00 Suits $13.50.
Just ft this season ODD TROUSERS are greatly in demand, and when
won have cv nh a largo and well-selected line of exclusive patterns to choose
from at p/.lwOa of 25 per cent discount you cannot afford not to buy one or
$1.50 Trousers $1.12 1-2.
$2.00 Trousers $1.50.
$3.00 Trousers $2.25.
$3.50 Trousers $2.36 1-2.
$4,00 Trousers $3.00.
$4.50 Trousers $3.37 1-2.
$5.00 Trousers $3.75.
$6.00 Trousers $4.50.
We have ever made it a r ule never to carryover from one season to
another any LOW CUT SHOES, and while our sales on OX
FORDS have this season exceeded sales of previous Beasons we can still
?how practically an unbroken line of sizes and styles.
We intend making this sale the largest and most successful of our many
large and successful sales of this sort, and, if "seeing is believing," all we
ask of you is to come and be convinced.
Terms of sale strictly cash.
Goads charged to responsible parties at regular prices.
REESE & BOLT,
?n? -Price Clothiers* Hatters and Furnishers.
Next door to Farmers and Merchante Bank.
HERE ARE A FEW BARGAINS.
109i acres-6? miles of Walhalla, with small house and outbuildings
18 acres in cultivation, $150 saw timber ?y place, near school and churches
Going at $7.00 per acre.
50 acres-rzl miles of Walhalla, 16 acres in cultivation, small house and
outbuildings, balance in woods-land all level. Price ?650.
Walhalla, 8. C.-1 acre corner lot with 11-room house with outbuildings
all in good repair. Price 83,000.
400 acres-10 miles Westminster, 5 miles Fort Madison, goad 6-room
house, 1 tenant house, 75 acres in cultivation, 40 acres bottom, fine lot tim
ber. Price $6.00 per acre.
JLG? acres-1 mile Walhalla, half mile West Union, 60 acres in culti
va??by&* acre* Bottom; 2 tenant houses, 100 acree in woods. Price $17.50 acre.
Waftra?a, S. C.-Half acre corner lot on Main St., near depot, with ll?
/ room houso, alao good storeroom. If you waut a bargain buy this-tho rent
/ will wore ito pay you 8 per cont. Price 82E00 00. :? ?
I liavo a comp?ete hst of places near Walhalla on eaty terms. For fur
sr information write
I J A$. H. DARBY, Real Estate Broker, Walhalla, a C.
WEDNESDAY, SKIT, b\ 1905.
Tin; weil known linn doing business
under thc linnie ot The Magnet hus
born dissolved by mutual consent.
Percy Waters retires hom the part
nership, but will continue to act as
manager of the firm. Tho business
will hr, conducted an heretofore under
the old nullit*, with Messrs. T. li.
Kail?: ami .J. I'. Puntas partners.
1!. P. Mmildin, cashier of the Hank
nf Anderson, lias been elected presi
dent of lin* bunk al Trenton, ile lias
been very successful in tho manage
ment of several ?in.ill banks in thin
section, being ut present pr?sident of
the hanks at Hodges, DUO West, Mc
Coi mick mid Downdesville. Thc
Trenton hank has done well in secur
ing his valuable services.
Confederate veterans from the town
ships ot' tho county motin the Court
[louse Monday morning and reorganiz
ed tho county hoard of pension com
missioners, i'he nsw board is com
posed ot J. T. Creen. W. T. McGill, J.
ll. McConnell ami John W. Thompson.
The hoard men met and elected offi
cers as follows: J. T. Green, chairman;
W. T. McGill, secretary; Dr. W. Ii.
Nardin, Jr., physician.
Saturday night an the lire wagons
were going to a lire on Karlo street tho
drivers had some very narrow escapes
I from a dangerous collision with some
wagons Htiinding on tho side of rho
J street. Tho li remen are not only
liable to got killed, but tho horses and
lire wagons uta ml no bettor show.
Cases should be made by tho Chief of
Police against these people who ob
struct the public streeta.
Tho boarding house.of Mrs. Sarah
A. Brown? on Weat Earle street w-as
destroyed by fire Saturday night. The
fire had gained considerable headway
before the ala un was turned in, and a
good part of the furniture was con
sumed with the building. Tho IOHH is
estimated at about $1,000, which is
fully covered by insurance. Tho
building was tho property of Messrs.
li. P. Mauldin and P. G. Brown.
The boarding house of Mrs. M. E.
Keese, for more than a quarter of a
century ono of the most popular hostel
ries in this section of tho State, has
been discontinued. In this connec
tion, tho boarding facilities ol the city
have long been inad?quate, and it is
sometimes a very hard matter for
hoarders to get a plueo to stay. There
is room for a few more boarding
houses in tho city, and they are cer
tainly bailly needed.
L. P. Smith is arranging with the C.
& W. C. Hy., to run au excursion
train to Atlanta, (ia., on Wednesday,
September 18th. Train will leave An
derson at 13 o'clock noon and arrive
in Atlanta ut 7:30 p. m. Returning,
leave Atlanta the next night at mid
night. Fare $2 for round trip. This
will be ttie last chauce this season for
a cheap trip to the Gate City, and a
great many people, will avail them
selves of this opportunity.
The marriage of Miss Emily Divver
and Mr. E. S. Mourer will be solemni
zed ou the 14th inst., at the residence
of tho bi ido-elect's parents, Dr. aud
Mrs. li. F, Divver, in this city. Miss
Divver has been teaching in the city
gradoit schools aud is a young woman
of many accomplishments and rare
personal attractiveness. Mr. Moorer
has been living hero tor several years
and is thu efficient manager of che
Piedmont Electrical company.
Kev. M. B. Kelly, of St. John Metho
dist Church of this city, preached iu
his church Sunday morning and even
ing for ehe first time in several months.
Ile was stricken in the spring, aud
sine- that time has been forced to give
up ais pastoral work to rest and regain
his strength. His friends will be grat
ified to know that he is now restored
to health. During the summer the
church work has been carried on under
the direction of Hov. Gilbert L. Smith,
of this city.
John Partridge, a boy living near
Lowndesville, met with an unusual
accident last week while out in the
field iipsiatiug Arthur McNair in cut
ting s -o forage. He was standing
close by the mowing machiue when it
suddenly sim ted and set the sharp
blades tn motion. The little fellow's
leg waa struck by a blade and com
pletely cut ott'. A physician was call
ed iu und t ne wound dressed before
serious results could follow. The ncci -
dent waa as peculiar as it was dis
Prof. S. M. Wolfe, of this city, has
gone to Dickons to take up his work as
superintendent of the graded school,
to which position he was recently
elected. After tho dispensary was
voted out of PickouB the absurd report
was spread abroad that the teachers
were leaviug the county because the
school fund would be reduced. The
position which Mr. Woite takes carries
with it an increnecd salary over that
of lost year, nnel the school will main
tain and strengthen its former record
of good work.
David E. H un ?ss, a young farmer
who lives abure the city, waa painfully
hurt Thursday afternoun as a result of
being thrown from his buggy. The
mule he was driving became frighten
ed at a street car and began to run.
It dashed against a telephone post and
Mr. Bnrriss was thrown violently from
the buggy. His hoad struck the
gronnd with such force that he remain
ed unconscious for some time after
wards. Medical attention was?>rompt
ly given the injured man and he is
now about well from bia injuries.
We publish in another column of
this issne an article from a well known
citizen bearing on the dispensary
problem, which we oommend to the
thoughtful reader, lt isfirat a plea
for a dispassionate consideration of
the question; and second, it develops
the anti-dispensary argument from
points of view rot usually touched
npon. In his own chosen way the
writer goes to the core of the system,
and emphasizes the pretensive charac
ter of its alleged moral features. Aa
we look at it. every voter should deal
frankly with the matter and with him
The prohibition committee in charge
? I the tlghtlto vote out the dispensary
from the county ia having the lists of
petitions purged so as to ascertain the
<2a?t number of signatures of regis
tered voters. The petitions contain
2,750 names, and by examination of
the registration books and a careful
estimate made by a committee the
registered voters of the county at the
outside do not exceed 5,200. Tho dis
pensary ejection will be ordered at the
same time with the special election to
fill the feeney in the legislature.
Thia will bo aotne time between now
and the middle of October. .
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for ehronlo throat troubles and
will positively oare bronchitis, hoarse
ness nnd'hranohtahH&ease?. Refuse sub
stUute*. Mold by Evans Pharmacy.
When you want any repairs for your
Machinery cali - on Sullivan Hardware
Co. Thoy can/uroian anything you may
want lu this lln^. . s v ?^; ; v
Anderson's Cotton Receipts.
The cotton receipts in this city for
theyear closing the >>1 Ht ot' Angust?
were 312 hales, au increase over the
previous year of i?,H02 baloB. The
receipts fur the various markets of the
county am not available, but their
total would probably be about equal to
or greater than the receipts here.
The crop of last year waa perhaps
the largest ever produced in the couu
ty. It tho government ginning statis*
tied me to b?i accepted ns correct, mote
than 70,000 bales were produced and
ginned up to tho end of 1904. Tho
average crop of tho county is lei-s than
50,000 hales, it is estimated, and a com
parison of tho records show h ?w far
the crop of last year forged ahead of
Irby Attacks Anderson Mill President.
W. C. Irby, a member of the legis
lature from * Laurens and a sun of for
mer Senator J. L. M. Irby, made a
tattier sensational speech in Spartan
burg Saturday on '"the tyranny and
oppression ot corporate institutions.''
One statement in his attack on corpo
rate institutions ia of particular local
interest. "In Anderson,*' ho said, "a
mill president ref used a little boy the
i nein to sell papers at the mill, because
ho did not want the people to read
them. There is a strong movement
among this class to suppress educa
No ono in Anderson puts any faith
in such a wild assertion. The mill
presidents here an: doing a good work
for their operativos, and schools are
liberally supported ior the education
of the children. This self-appointed
reformer should produce the proof of
his charge or makonmends for his mis
take. If lie has any basis tor the
statement, the public ought to knew
it; if lie lias not, the false report should
Harris Bridge Items.
This section was visited by a heavy
rain storm, which did some damsgo to
cotton, ns there was a great deal in
David Bun in, a business yonng man
or our burg, was thrown from ?ri5 vehi
cle last week. His mule became
frightened at tho street car. Mr. Bur
ris was unconscious for several days,
and didn't know when he reached
home. We trustfully hopo he will
Miss Alma Harris, who bas boen on
an extended visit to Belton, has return
ed home, to tho delight of her friends.
Misses Ollie Kelley and Bennie
Knot, two winsome young ladies of
Seneca, paid a visit to J. C. Holder
and Evins Brown's families. Come
again, fair damsels, we are delighted
to have you with us.
Clem Harris paid a brief visit to Bel
Oscar Harris and family visited the
latter's parents in Anderson last
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. McClellan, Mrs.
Bettie Campbell and children, of
Denver, are on a visit to friends and
Adolphus Holder is on a business
trip to West Union.
Johnnie Wilson, of Oconee, is visit
ing in our burg.
Walter Casey, with his force of
hands, have done good work on the
roads, which we all feel very grateful,
and owe him and his fellowmen many
uuilgaiiuuB, ?TO lippio"j??s?T I-EIIJ rfviis.
very much, especially we people around
Jack Madden, of Pendleton paid some
of our girls a call Snndny.
Rev. W. A. Beckham, of William
ston, preached a good sermon Sunday
night, which did great work for his
church and people. The people of
Trinity are proud of their pastor.
The farmers are quito busy with
their farm work.
A Dreamer Girl.
Jurors for Court of General Sessions.
The Court of General Sessions will con
vene here on the lS'h of this month. The
Erf Biding judge will be Judge Chas W.
'antsier, of Orangoburg. The following
have been drawn to serve as petit jurors:
-J.H. A. Glenn, R>ck Mills.
John B. Tucker, Hopewell.
Mao S. Cromer, Fork. .
A. F. BurdeUe, Comer.
R. E Burriss, Anderson.'
W. P. Holland, Broadaway.
E. M. Brown, Fork.
H. N. Ci Ilmer, Anderson.
H. H. Bowie, Anderson.
R R. Keaton, Martin.
J. E. Barton, Andersen.
P. R. Earle, S wannah.
H. M. Moseley, Hopewell.
J. L O. Maret, Fork.
F. M. Erskine, Broadaway.
8. M. Bolt, Hopewell.
Monroe Wilson. Brushy Creek.
Harry Moore, Wllliamuton.
J. J. Mf>jor, Anderson.
J. L. Cochran, Centerville.
L. E. Abercrombie. Centerville.
J. B. Richey, Brushy Creek.
S. N; Browne, Centerville. /
J. C. Hall, Sr., Pendleton.
H. C. Townsend,.Anderson..
Audv E. Brown, Anderson.
W. W. Callabara. Brushy Creek.
J. N. Byrum, Centerville.
P. B. Grifflo, Belton.
W. O. Bowie, Martin.
A. W. Clement, Will hims ton.
A. H. Burrlaa, Hall.
S. W. Cobb. Anderson.
J. T. Howard, Varenne?.
M.-8- Keys, Broadaway.
Frtd Flynn, Wllliamaton. '
Utter to M. L. Willis.
An de ?-eon, 8. V.
Dear Slr : The uaual way to buy paint
li to take the lowest prioe by the gallon.
Mistake: the buyer loses by lt; how
much? Depends on the paint ; lt la so
m uah a gallon, or ao muon a year. How
much a gallon or year, do you think?
Aa mu oh, perhaps, aa the total price of
the paint. It may take twice the number
N. Avery, Dalhi, N. Y., ov/na two
house*, both exactly alike. He painted
one with De voe and one with another
paint. Devoe 6 gallon? ; the other 12.
Go by the name : Devoe. There*?
nothing cheaper. Ga by the price ; there's
nothing dnarer, except not painting ?t
all. Poor paint ia better than non?.
What does lt cost not paint at all?
Can't figuro it out exactly ; aay a tenth of
tb? building a year, besides look?.
What ls poor paint worth, thant Don't
know and don't care ; yon don't want lt.
Go by tho came.
. P. W. hu von <fc Co.
P. B.-W. I*. Briasev ?ella our paint.
'Should Old AoqatlsfMoe Bs Forgot
.Ant! Neve? Bought to Mind."
Whin you need anything uausliv kept
in Drugstore? don't forgot that Wllbito
cfc W?hlte are generally open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint*? sa good aa
the bestand aa eheap a* the cheapest, al*
ways oh hand.
FOR SALE-One pair of fine imported
Gorman canary Birds, of tho tit. An
drewaburg variety, with cage 10x20.
Address Box GO or Intelligencer office.
Sullivan Hardware Oo? bas Just re
ceived a full our load of braded Shell?,
Cal) on them when you need anything
ia the Uns of Ammunition. ?
MONEY TO hOAN-A lew thousand
donara ta lend on hand for clients. Ap
ply to B. P. Martin,'Attorney*at-haw.
An interesting meeting i? in pro
gr?s at Welcome Church conducted
by the pastor, Rev. John Mann. Large
congregations attend to hear the
henrtscurching and impreKsive sermons
of the blind preacher. Eight have
already applied for ruem*'" ~*hip. On
account of the busy season services
are only held at night. The meeting
will close thi.-; (Tuesday) ?woning and
the new members will bo baptized
M?BB Itu by McCorkle returned Mon
day to her homo in Atlantu after
Bpending a month with relatives in
Prof. Hall closed hi? normal school
of muBic at Handy Springs on the 2nd
with a conceit which was largely at
tended. Everyone seemed to ho great
Waddi? T. Brown has returned to
Denver, af? ar ??. bucineRS trip to Don
ald?, and is busy now putting Messrs.
McKlroy's and Martini gina in running
Cotton is opening fi n<-'and farmers
are busy gathering the ileecy staple.
The crop in thin section is good, but in
traveling any distance one can easily
soc that it is not generally so. It ia
conceded that not 'uore than atwj
thirds of a crop roch as was made last
year, can be made this year even here,
where it is exceptionably lin J.
Miss Corie Mays is in Greenville vis
iting relatives. She is expected to
return home soon.
Mrs. 13. B. Rice has returned from a
visit to her daughter, Jf rs, Joe Hack
I W. D. Garrison, Jr., has recovered
from his recent illness and returned to
his work at the Clemson College Ex
periment Station near Charleston.
Little Miss Emma Reeves returned
to her home near Tokeena this week
after spending two weeks with Mr. J.
L. Jolly's family, and attending the
Normal School of Music at Sandy
A New ioroey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Pbllllps
burg. N. J., Daily Poet, writes: MI have
ueed many kinds of medicines for coughs
and ooldB in my family but never any
thing so good as Foley's Honey ana Tar.
I cannot say too much in praise of it."
Bold by Evans Pharmacy.
Poisons In Food.
Perhaps you don't realize that many
pain polfODs originate in your food, but
some <5ay you may feel a twinge of
dvspepBla^?hat will convince you. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are guaranteed to
(ure all sickness due to poisons of undi
gested food-or money baok. 25o at Orr,
Gray ?fc Co's., drug store. Try them.
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several jears since my lungs were so
badly affected that I had many hemor
rhages," writes A. M. Ake, of Wood,
lad. ' I took treatment with several
physicians without any benefit. I then
started to take Foley's Honey and Tar
and my langa r.re now as sound as a bal
let. I recom? jend it in advanced stageB
of lung trouble." Sold by Bvans Phar
A few cou a ter felters have lately been
making amt trying to sell imitations ol
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Cride, and other med
icines, thereby defrauding the public.
This is to warn yon to beware of auch
people, who seek to profit, through steal
ing the reputation of rem?di?e which
have been successfully curing disease,
for over 35 years, A sure protection, to
yon is our name on the wrapper. Look
for, it. on all Dr. King's or Backlen'e
remedie?, as all others are mere imita
tions. H. K. Bucklen & Co., Chicago,
Dh, and Windsor, Canada.
Dootore Could not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years,"
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner, of Shel
ton, Wash., "and the doctors could not
help me. X tried'Foley's Kidney Gare,
and the very first dose gave me relief
anti I am now cored. I cannot say too
much fer Foley's Kidney Cure." It makes
ihr) d?A?ased kidneys sound so they will
eliminate the poisons from the blood.
Call -md see the new line of Churnn
haudled by Sullivan Hardware Co. They
are Belling great numbers of these Churns
and every person who has churning to
do should have one. These Charas save
time, save work, save worry, and make
the best butter that lt is possible to get
?mn? imam-?i-, ?IIMCM??BM-?nun
qulcBJy cured by
ORINO laxative Fruit Syrup
as it sweetens ?md tones up
the stomach and acts as a
gentle stimulant on the liver
and bowels, li will positive
ly cure chronic constipation.
ORINO clears the complex
ion of pimples and blotches.
Refuse substitute*. (Moe 500.
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that we can supply yon with
M TURNIP SEEP.
Fitst shipment just received.
We Have Just Closed
est Half Year
We have had in the history of
We are determined this last half shall lead.
We can supply you grandly with mid-summer many
Whitest White Goods at very lowest % -'ces. White ia
always cool and fresh.
40-inch White Lawn, thin and sheer, iOc.
Beautiful Persian Lawns 10o, 15c, 30c and 35c yard.
Beautiful White Linens 25c and $1.00, in all widths.
Colored Lawns of almost every description at greatly re-*
duced prices. 5c, 8c and 10c buys beautiful Lawns that
retailed at 10c, 15c and 20c first of the season.
Most elegant line of Table Linens of Doilies, Napkins
and Towels for midsummer wants.
Still selling elegant Embroideries at bargain prices.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear-all styles of garments-at
No USP vo sweat this hot weather when you can buy gar
ments at the price w e sell them.
One-third off on all Pattern Hats. Selling beautiful Hats
Don't fail to see our White Goods and Lawns.
All in and Ready for Your Inspection.
Our Mr. Lesser while in New York bought one of the
largest and prettiest Stocks that ever came to our city. Now.
if you are looking for High Grade and Low Prices yon witt
visit our Store. We certainly have one of the prettiest
Stocks of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Millinery in Upper
Carolina. Just think! we have something over $35,000
worth of beautiful New Spring Goods. This is no idle talk
We can prove every word we say if yon will sive ns a call.
New Spring Belts from 10c to $1,00.
New Spring Corsets fi om 24c to 81.00.
New Spring Shopping Bags from 10o to $1.00. ,
New Spring Caps for infants from 10c to 50c.
New Spring Caps for Boys from 10c to 75o. ?
New Spring Hosiery for Ladies and Children from 5o to 5Qo.
OUR DRESS GOODS p
Are new and pretty, and all the ladies toll tis that noone in the citar eau
touch us 5n quality and prices. Wo have new Spring Brilliantines in all the
leadmg colors, Voiles in all colors, and in fact anything you may wish in
Wool and Waua Goods. . ,, / . : .
Now, for Cotton fabrica we do claim that we have everything beat in
thia County. Wash Gooda from 5c to 50o per yard. ._
Gome in and look at our line of White Goods. It will be a pleasure to
show you this line ; cannot praise them high enough,
SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS. >
Wo only aok you to take a look.. To look means to buy.
We have a big line of Men's and Boys9 Sui?.
I SPRING MILLINERY.
I MBS. M ARTIN SSLIGMAN, our Milliner, is now ready to have yea
inspect her lino of Spring Millinery. She will, give yon new, up-to-date
Goods at prices lower than our competitors. She will ba pleased to have you
como and lock at her Pattern Hate.
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Wo are till? originators of FREE PREMIUMS.
We still give you Coupons with every2 purchase.
Leaders of Low Prices,