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-ON SALE AT
If you should need anything ir the following lines it's
worth while to see these offerings :
[dress Goods, Silks, *
White Goods, Lawns,
Muslins, Wash Goods,
Gloves, Table Linens,
Vci? . i to visit our Store when in Town.
Remember, everything REDUCED.
REESE & BOLT,
Twenty-five Per Cent
AS it has even been the custom of thia Firm for years past to offer at
thia season their entire stock of CLOTHING, STRAW HATS and LOW
CUT SHOES at a Discount of 25 Per Cent, we announce this sale began
Monday, June 26, and will continue until August 1. To our many friends
and 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 f?t, 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 $3.7.5,
$10.00 Suits $7.50.
$?5.00 Suits $11.25.
$7.50 Suits $5.63.
812.50 Suits $9.38..
$19.00 Suits $13.50.
Jost si this season ODD TROUSERS are greatly in demand, au d when
yon have tu.ch a large and well-seleoted line of exclusive patterns to choose
from at p-/.v?3 of 25 per.cent discount you cannot afford not to buy one pr
$1.50 Trousers $1.12 1-2. f
$2.00 Trousers $1.50.
$3.00 Trousers $2.25.
$3.50 Trousers $2.36 1-2.
$4.00 Trousers $3.00.
j $4.50 Trousers $3.37 ??2.
$5.00 Trousers $3.75.
$6.00 Trousers $4.50.
We have ever made it a rulUnever to carry over from one season to
another any LOW CUT SHOES, and while our sales on OX"
, PO RDS have this season exceeded sales of previous seasons we can still
.how practically ab 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," alj^wo
ask pf you is to come and be convinced. ^
Terms of salo strictly cash.
Goods charged to responsible partios at regular prices.
REESE & BOLT,
The t?tt? Price Clothiers, Hat^
-?W acres-5i miles of Walhalla, with small house and outbuildings
38 acres in cultivation, ?15Q saw timber on place, near school and church ea
; at $7.00 fcei? acre. .. . .
acres-X* miles of Walhalla, 16 aereo m cultivation, ?nail howe and
dings, bnk-aco in wobda-?land all level, Prioa .1050/ ,
Walhalla, S. C.-1 acre comer lot with 11-rbom hotwa wttb o?tballdinga
all i? good repair* Price W/KW.'" ?-?
400 ?cres-10 miles Westminster, r> miles Fort-Madiaou, good . 6-robLv
ouse, 1 tenant houee, 75 acres in cultivation, 40 ocrea '.bottom, finelot^WH-.
?.?""* Pri?e $(1*00 per atr>.
160 aere?--J, mile Walhalla, half mile West Union, 00 ;acres in cult
ivation, 30 acres bottom, 2 tenant houses, 100 acrasia wopda* ;?rice $17.60 acre.
: # Walhalla, SV ?.-Half acre corner iot on Main 8t., near depot, with Ti
nonee, also good storeroom. If vou lant a bargain buy ???-the. rent
?ll more ?a? pay you 8 per cent, Price $2500.00.
I have a complete list pf places near ^Valhalla on ?*8y terms. For fur
.'her information write V > ' . ' .J' ' v .
, : J $?$> ARBy, Real Ei^ate Broker, Walhalla, S. C. -
WEDNESDAY, SETT. 13, 11)05.
The hour for holding evening ser
vices in tho city churches lias been
changed from HMO o'elock to H o'clock.
Kemeuiber thia and govern yourselves
Tho many friends of Gen. M. L.
Houhaiu, who is being treated in a
hospital in Richmond, Va., will be de
lighted to learn that he is improving,
and that it is not probable now that the
attending physicians will have to per
form a surgical operation upon him.
Mr. J. Ernest Pruitt died at his
home in the Level Land section of
Abbeville County last Monday morn
ing, after un illness of several mouths,
aged 33 years. He is survived by a
wifo und seven children. Mr. Pruitt
was a worthy, upright man, and has a
wide circle of frieuds and relatives in
Anderson County who will regret to
hear of his death.
Sarah Curtiss Austin, the bright and
interesting little daughter of John A.
Austin, died at the home of her pa
rents on Uiver street last Monday
morning, aged 22 months. The child
was, Mullering with a severe cold,
which developed into diphtheria aud
caused its death in a short while. The
remains were interred yesterday after
noon in Silver Brook cemetery, Kev. J.
I). Chapman conducting the funeial 1
The city graded schools opened last
Monday with moro than 2,000 pupils
enrolled, and that number will be con
siderably increased, aa new pupils will
enter every day for a week or more.
Superintendent Walton and nil of his
teachers were present and ready to en
ter upon their duties. Anderson is
proud of her schools, and the attend
ance the ensuing session will be the
largest ever before enrolled.
The Bishopville Vindicator of the
?th inst, says: "Hov. Hugh Murchi
son and family came down laut Wed
nesday and ure snugly domiciled at
the manse. The ladies of the Presby
terian Church gave them a good
pounding the evening they arrived and
they foanri the pantry weil stocked
with nico things. We ngain welcome
them to our town." Mr. Murchison's
many friends in Anderson, his former
home, will join'us in wishing him
much success in his new field of labor.
Lieut. Jas. A. Morrow, a former
Anderson County boy, who holds a
position in the subsistence department
of the United States Army, and who
has been stationed at Fort Miley, Cal.,
for a long time, has been, transferred
to Manila, Phillipine Islands, and will
leave on October lift h for his now post
of duty. In the letter ordering the
address of his paper changed he begs
to be i-emembi red to all of hia old
friends, and eays: "Howl wonld en
joy one of those old Anderson County
picnics, where everybody has a good
time. 1 have been away fifteen years,
but have had The Intelligencer all the
time, and may God bless South Caro
lina, Anderson County and the dear
alisa Gertrude Jones and Mr. G. B.
Walton were married Wednesday af
ternoon, 0th inst., at the home ot the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C F.
Jones, on South McDufile street. The
ceremony was performed in the pres
ence of a number of invited guestB by
Bcv. ?l? B. Juicily. ' A recentics was
tendered the guestB after the cere
mony during which delightful refresh
ments were served. Mrs. Walton is
well known in the city asa bright,
attractive and cultured young woman,
while MY. Walton enjoya a wide popu
larity. Ho ia a eon ot Prof. T. C. Wal
ton, superintendent of the graded
schools, and at present secretary of the
Gluck mills. Mr. and Mrs. Walton
left on the afternoon train for Char
leston, where they took a steamer for a
atay of several weeks in the North.
The Greenville Nowa of yesterday
aays: "Mr. and M ra. Hugh Prince arri
ved in the city yesterday r.. jrning and
are atoppiog%at Mansion House. Mrs.
Prince baa numeroua frieuda in Green
ville who will be glad to welcome her,
for ?ho .was Miss Florence Durham,
for several years the talented instruc
tor at Chichia College. The marriage
took place Saturday afternoon ac the
residence of M ra. Regiater, a sister of
the bride, in Ti I1 erv, N. C., where the
family Were spending the summer.
White the wedding was not to have
taken place until the end of October,
Mr, Prince waa returning from the
K-aet and finding that -business affairs
would keep him in Greenville for an
indefinite period, the wedding day
waa hastened." The groom had many
old friends in this his native county,
who will join us in extending bim con
Charleston is a grand old city and
has . a number- of live, progressive
wholesale' lucre lian ts, whoso business
is increasing every season. The shoe
business especially in Charleston hus
grown wonderfully. during the. last
row years, until now one. house alone
in thats city ? states that they sell from
SS per cent, to 50 per cent, more shoes
to the retail merchants in South Caro
lina than any Other firm in the United
States. This house is tho Drake-lo
nesa-Greeu Shoe Company, managed.
by young men with puah*and capital
enough to make any. venture of thia
. kind a success- i A large and interest
ing advertisement on the first page of
The Intelligencer calla attention to
some of the adv?ntagea of purchasing
from thia company, not the least or
which ia that tho quality and prices of
their shoes will gtvo the retail mer
chant'Vue very beat opportunity for
proiic in selling them. " Vve recommend
thia company to the confidence' and
patronage- of ail the retail .merchante
tn this section. :; c.i'y.? .? <
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Long,- widow of the
late John; Long, died at her home in
V?rennos Township last: Sunday mom
lng/ and the announcement of her
death was a great shock to many of
her friends, aa a number of them had
not heard of her i linees. She was in
her usual health np to Tcesday, Gth.
inat. when ehe was stricken with
paralysie, and this waa fellowed by a
second stroke last Saturday evening,
which caused her; death. Mra. Long
waa about 61, years of age, and waa a
daughter of the late John Langston,
who died in MiMVufppi, (to.w?ich
State ho moved from tn? County) be
fora the civil Mar- S^^&moa*
averno deep?y?aympathize with?t??
Wea morely bereaved daughters who
are lett to cherish her -memory. Sha
bad long beena d?vo^ta?mWi^
Varen nea Presbyterian Pharoh. On
Monday tho remaira were interred in
the Cross Hoads Uhnrobyatd at Starr,
her pastor, Rev. H. C. FanneL coa
ducUog th? funeral services.
M. Editor: There 'sill be a reunion
bf the faintly Of the late Jarnos Willi
fotd, colored, at the resld^eev^AleXv
- millford,- colored, in Savannah Town -
chip, near Stan*, on Sa turday, Septem
ber 20th. All tho relatives had friend?
of the family ure retested:, to attend
and bring full dinner toasketa,
' John Willied, Col,
Mr. md Mrs. C. D. Giles, fiona Sen
eca, spent Sunday with C. D. Giles.
Mrs. Sarah Hunt is home again alter
an extended visit to relatives at West
Mrs. J. D. Babb hi spending awhile
at R. M. 'fribble's vith her mother,
Mrs. Margaret Tri bble, who is serious
ly ill at ?Seneca.
Mies Ovaline Faut and Willie Fant
spent Saturday and Sunday with rela
tives ut Kock Mills.
Little Charlie Fant is quito sick at
the present writing.
Mrs. W. T. Hunt visited relatives in
?Mrs. W. E. Fant and children have
returned from an extended visit to
reUtives at Iva and Belton.
The meeting closed at the Baptist
Church after lirst Sunday. The ordi
nance of baptism was administered
Wednesday afternoon. There were 20
Prof. Evans, who bas been teaching
at Pine Grove, cl on ed bia school Fri
day and returned to his home in Lee
Miss Susie Sharpe spent awhile at
her noel c'a, J. P. Led bettor's, last
Mrs. Ueury Crooks and children,
from near Seneca, spent last week
with ifrs. N. W. Grant.
Prof. J. S. Harris ia at home again
after several weeks stay at Mt. Tabor
Dr. S. G. Bruce and daughter, Miss
Kyle, from Anderson, visited relatives
near here recently.
Mrs. G. E. Smith has been quite bick.
Miss Lizzie Bruce, who n&s bein
teaching at Neville .tbo past nu m mei,
returned home Friday.
S* R. .Johnson s;?ent a few days in
Abbeville with his son, J. V. Johnson,
who has been quite sick.
Mr. Ashley has moved into the house
formerly occupied by Luther Snel
Julian Bruce returned to his home in
Anderson Sunday, after spending the
summer with bis grandmother, M?s.
\ Elizabeth Bruce. . Pansy.
? mm m mmrn
Wild Hog Items.
Mrs. Currie Horton and children, of
Five Forks section, spent the night at
thc hame of W. S. Barnet on the way
to her father'*, near Reed Creek, Ga.
Elvia Cartee is visiting his father
for a few days. . He holds an impor
tant position with the American Bridge
Tho cotton crop is the shortest in
thia section it haa been in several
The road scrape fellows are doing
some floe work on the roads through
John Palmer ia building an excellent
bridge at Tippins.
J. W. 8utties has a very sick child
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Enos Gam
broil, a fine boy.
J. W? Palmer has sold his farm here
and will move to Georgia another
Muscadines and opossums are get
ting ripe and the merry toot of the,
hun tero horn will soon be heard.
Reed Russell has bought a four hun
dred dollar pair of mnles.
Sept, 9. Blake.
I _ Misses Eula King, of Atlanta, Gat,
1 Suin Young, of Piedmont, S. C., and.
Nora Williamson, of Guthries, S. C.,
have returned home after spending a
week with Mrs. Walter L. Anderson.
The yoong folks of this neighbor
hood were invited in during the week
to play croquet, to a lawn party and to
teas, etc. ,
Our pastor. Brother Lavender, assis
ted by Rev. L. E. Campbell, baptized
12 happy converts Sunday morning,
after .which they were received m to
full iel low ship of the Church. Quite r.
number of visitors attended tbe ser
Miss Eula Young, of Piedmont-, bas
been elected principal of the Union
Grove school for ensuing year. She
comes well recommended.
Quito a number of our yoong folks
started to Andev^on to i the graded
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McCown, Mt;
Charles Stevenson and Miss Inez
Green spent Saturday and (Sunday
With relatives here.
Miss fielen Cheatham is spending,
awhile with her grandmother, Mrs. P.
:!Miss Edna Cbeatbam is '-visiting
friends in Anderson.
Miss Bunora, of Calhoun Falls, is
visiting tho Misses Shirley, X.
Mr. S. M. Fleming, whose farm is
on Norris Cre?k three miles South of
the city was in town last sale dayy and
wo having heard that he had been sow
ing cotton broadcast, we asked him
about hie method. He said:
'.I first put stable manure on the
land ut the rate of., about five two"
horse loads lu tue ??ie. X^?e l ?^s
it with a two horse plow, and then
sowed the seed at a rate of two bushels
to tho acre; but that was too much,
aud more than I would : sow again.;
The next work was 1 with a cut-away
harrow to cover the seed.
After the cotton began to come up, 1
run my weeder over it, which killed
the grass and thinned the motten, re
peated this work with thV weeder
twice a week until the cotton was too.
. "The stalks average about livo to
the square yard; and the average bolls
is about twenty to the st ul k-~or,sb?ut
on* hundred bolls to the square; The
cotton has never stopped growing, lt
has shed no bolla. The tjolls are as
good abd es heavy aa >ln tho adjoining
crop ,wbieh was cultivated in the oanat
??;-' Some of wy friends, who have
aneo the crop, say that tho ?owed land,
io producing better results than the
Vi wouldn't advise anybody to sow
hie whole crop, but I wouldadvise*!!
?a try a ?mail patchy' Jt wouldn't do
to t*ko all the work f r?ra colton chop?
wa.;>Tho cotton pic&or is coming*
andr?es we will all be happy ."--Ab
bovi?le Presa and Banner.
?' " n'ai '?Biimi' i' t" " ' . ; ' . .
- The report conies from Parin
that the American ia vastan ?h is sata*
mer beats the record, and th? increase
in half.a doaen years has bsen at least
5? !?*? ??a*;" "OT BMv&vt now .spent
annfeaU? ia Vjt?U by Awriesn tour
ists ia essiaated at $100,000,000, And
tho worst of it is the? every identified
Ame*!e*n is espe?sed i6 make it $101,
i .?ti i? ?mu
?&way* Itifesral ts Cusses.
Bvery obnrchwMt be givea a liberal
quantity of L. & M. p?lot? Call for it.
4 gallons jkongman & Martines I*. <fc
Mi Faint mixed with threa gallons lin
?eM oil,' will paint a houoe. .
W. B. B?rr9X7harleaton. W, 'Vt* writes:
"Patated Fraokenbuitftrtexsfe with'1?i'
M. ?tanda cut aa though varnished/'
Weare and elvera HKO gold.
Don't pay $1,60 a gallon for linseed oil,
w bleb y ott do tn r*ad y~it}r*uWpaini<
Buy oil froth fr?ro the barrel flt /'.o
oant? pe?fisi?nand uaix ft v*it,b T> <% M.
lt make*cluain t oftot o boat ?jj?h;?o ix e
gallon. , <Sr?!d hy P. B; Cravion, Ao
dorsooj,!?xV,L. Hopper, Belton; T. C. I*6k*
Letter to Riverside Mfg. Co.
Anderson, #. (J.
Doer Sire : Would you like to hear of
a 20 year paint?
Mr. Jame? A, O'Nell'a bouse, Header
Hou, N. C., wai painted 20 yean ago with
Pr.yoe load-and-zinc, and never painted
again till last year ; lt theo looked better
than common paine in half that time.
Tbe reason la : Devoe ls all paint and
trne paint; while the common paints are
part true and part false. Don't pay to
monkey with paint.
And Devoe costs less than any of'em ;
not by the gallon, pf course ; by the
house and year. That's how to reckon
lt. Go by the name.
04 F. W. DEVOE & Co.
P. S.-W. L. Brissev sells our paint.
FOR SA LE-A Jane lot of Devon Cat
tie. Will grade from three-fourths to
teven eighths. Apply to Goo. M. t?mith,
Calhoun Falls, S. C. 12-lit
The best and most accurate Scale
Beams and Steelyards are sold by Sui*
ttvan Hardware Co.
Foley A Co., Chicago, originated Hou
ey ana Tar as a throat and lung remedy,
and on account of tb* great merit ana
popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar
many imitations are offered for the gen
uine. These worthless imitations have
uimuar sounding names. Beware of
them. The genuino Foley's Honey and
Tar ls in a yellow package. Ask for it
and refuse any substitutes. It ls the best
remedy for coughs and colds. Evana
Sullivan Hardvravo Co. ls soiling great
numbers of their Barrel Charo*. They
will refund the mopey on any Churn
Purchased that fails to give satisfaction.
If you have overgrown tired of churn
ing, buy one of these Churns and get re
Or. Finn's Testimony interesting.
Dr. Thomas Finn, of Boonsboro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicina for' 82 years,
says as bAs used every prescription
known to the profession for treatment of |
kidney and bladder diseases, and says he
has never found anything so effective In
both chronic and acute kidney and blad
der trouble aa Foley's Kidney Care. I:
I /stops irregularities and bauds up the
whole system.. Evans Pharmacy.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usu al iv kept
in Drugstores don't forget tbat W?hlte
& Wllnlte are generativ open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint?, as good as
the best and as cheap as the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
The Colonel's Waterloo. jt
Colonel John M. Faller, pf Honey
Orove, Texas, nearly met his Waterloo,
from Liver. and Kidney trouble... In a
recent letter, he say*: ".I was nearly
dead, of these comp!??ui?? ?Lia, although
I tried my family doctor, he did mo no
good; so 1 got o 50o bottle of your great
Eloctr'.c Bitters, which cured me. I con
sider them the best medicine- on earth,
and thank God who gave you the kabw
iege to make thom." Sold, and guaran
teed to cure, Dyspepsia, BUllouenesa and
Kidney Disease, by Orr,. Gray & Co.?
druggist, at 50oa bottle f
Sullivan Ha- ?? Arare Co.. have just re
ceived their second full nar load of Load
ed Sheila this season. When you want
fresh, full strength shells, calfon them..
Strikes Hidden Rooke.
'When jour ?hip of health strikes tho
hidden rooks of Consumption, Pneu
monia, etc.. yon are lost, if von don't get
help from Dr..Kine's .Nea Discovery for
Donsumptlos^ MeKinnon, of Tal
ladega Springs. Ala.; writes; "X had been
very !U w?th_Pneamoot*^nnder tbe care
of two doctors, but waa ?ettihtr no better
when I began, tb take Dr. King's New
Discovery. The first dose gave relief,
and one bottle oured me." Sure oura for
sore throat, bronchitic couebs and colds.
Guaranteed, at Orr, Gray ?fe Co's., drag
store, price fiOo and $1,00. Trial bottle
it is now getting time to see about
our Heating 8tovo. Yon can find just
What yon want In the stock of ".'Sullivan
- MONEY 1? LOAN-A few thousand
d OJ i ara to lend on Land for clients. Ap
plv to B. F. Martiu, Attornoy-ac-Lavr.
Every farmer should sea the new Cole
Grain Drill, now On exhibition at the
store bf Sullivan Hardware Co. This
Drill ls manufactured by tho same com
Ip?ny that mabufacturea the celebrated
Cole Planter and ls tho best implement
of the kind ever designed.- With lt the
furrow io opened, tho fertilizer distri
buted and the grain drilled at ona oper
ation. -Every farmer should have one of
For a dear complexion
. , Pleasant to take .
Orino c??ansfcs the sys
tern, Btid makes 'ss?ipw>
smooth ir^4c?e^- Gus^3
jg^f? i J y ; simulating the
Th&t wa ?a**- *a#ply you-.
One of the proofs of the marvelous growth of the nm??
UCBS in Anderson is the growth of our own business* Th?
increase of our business in the- last nine months has been
greater than our expectations.
We account for this largely on the grounds that the 900?'
pie are finding out our methods pf doing business. Oat old
friends are sticking closer to us, and we are making new ones
It has been our ambition to build a business on true .
merit-straightforward, fair business dealings, full valus
for your money in every transaction, the Vest ?aallty of
merchandise in every department that could be had for the
money, the latest and best styles that untiring energy could
obtain, nothing too good for our friends and customers;
always bearing in mind a satisfied customer is the best in?
vestment we could make.
We are ready in every department in our Store to supply
the wants in a most satisfactory manner. . From now to the
first of the year we want to number our Monds and custom
ers by the thousands. We want to scatter our elegant,
class merchandise in every section of this county.
Wo estend to you a most cordial invitation,s
Come to see us.
Make this your trading home.
Every cent of business will bo highly appree lated,
WiU try to make every transaction pleasant.
> Remember, we have what tho people want at right prices?
Help us to make this Sto?e the pride of Upper South Car?*
e J; ? / ?J
- TREMENDOUS ft-;S
fm. STOCK IS MB?PLETE*
We have one of thelargest and best assorted lines of
Goods ever brought to Anderson. ^ . . " \
Our Stock was bought right. No old Gooda. Every thing freak an?
We expect to mstko tnt? the most successful year ia tho ?jsfory of otar
?fiwie?a career, and to acc?i?piia?? this ead wearo going & give ou*:Cttsto?fr
? er? extraordinary bargains.