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title: 'The Anderson intelligencer. (Anderson Court House, S.C.) 1860-1914, November 22, 1905, Page 8, Image 8',
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C4VTH0I- l?< tY
at neuf m r.u?t;*C?a
AT A MODERATE PRICE WILL
STYLISH SUITS AT $10 TO $20.
"hoy abound in Style-in Individuality.
The Fabrics are exceptionally smart and handsome.
Of course, a correct fit is a very important point to be
nonsidered, and by trying on one of these Suits you will be
convinced.by its several points of merit that this is the place
to buy your Clothes.
Yours for a Fit,
REESE & BOLT,
The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Next door tb Farmers and Merchants Bank.
|Snfa 4o>pnffi ?l?inrna (?3 AA Hate*
FARM LANDS WANTED!
PARTIES having Fai ms for sale will find it to their ad van
tage to list same with me. Having connection with one of the
largest Leal Estate Broker Associations in the United States, l ara
prepared to reach prospective purchaser* throughout the entire coun
? try; thereby insuring better prices and quicker sales than when en
tirely dependent upon local purchasers for a market*
. My bu.tness ts qouduoted strictly on a commission basia-no sale,
np charge for services.
Conespondenoe solicited ; and whoa ia tho city, corns to see me
and let's talk ?bs matter over, no matter whether you want to sell
now or at some iuture time.
JOHN FE ?NE, Beal Estate Broker,
Thone 246. Wat&on??andlv?r Building, AVL ders?n, S, C.
Just what a good and well-selected
jj Stock is until you visit .our pUae and
look through. It's a fact we have very
. nearly everything that makes np *
; " swell wardrobe for those that insist
?y. en being well dressed? Then the
<r^V prteesthroughout are very reasonable.
Why not make ?hls kind of a Store
your shopping place t Doing a big
J busiueea in i?oat Suits, Jackets, Coats, .
. furs, ?te. ?Wlinery Department ;
jthtaya on a boom/ Dress Goods and
Heavy Goods of all Idn^
:/-'?^J?os??ry and1Jnderwear.:; 'v?te?^^?,;^
v! jail ypnr wants can be supplied from
^ ' onr^t^rt.'' Come in ever^ tit?
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1905.
Counly Auditor Bolcman Resigns.
G. N. C. Boleman, County Auditor,
ha? forwarded to Goyerpor Hey ward
IUH resignation to become elfoctive tim
first ol' next January. Ho lelinguisheH
his office to accept flic position of
cashier of tho Anderson Hanking and
Trust Company, to which lie wan
elected u tow days ago. His succ?s*
?or will probably be appointed by tho,
Governor on tho recommendation
of tho county delegation, without
having recourse to a primary election
to determino tho choice of tho people
of the county.
Mr. Holeman wa? elected Auditor in
\H'.$i and ha? served continuously Hinco
then. He han made a most eflicient
and acceptable public officer, and in
retiring from the ellice he carries with
him tile full confidence and esteem of
the people of tho county. His chang"
of work means retirement from
Thc Work of Burglars.
, Tlio Btoro rooina of the Anderson
Cash Grocery Company, Moore, Acker
&. Co., J. A. Pruitt iV Co., und the
beer dispensary were entered by burg*
lars between Saturday night and Mon
day morning, and small (-nins of
money and some merchandise were
stolen. Huting the past few weeks
there have been a great many similar
crimes committed, mid so far the
police authorities have been unable
to apprehend the guilty parties. The
general supposition is that negro boys
of tho city are responsible for the
offences. Property owners need to
exercise careful watchfulness until
the gang is caught and properly pun
A negro boy, about 14 years old. was
arrested on suspicion Monday night
and is being held pending an investi
Eation. He had on his person a mim
er of small articles ot merchandise,
and it is believed that he is one of the
gang that has been breaking into the
stores. _ _
Death of Young H. Divver.
Young; H. t>ivver died at his home
in this city Saturday morning after nu
illness of several yeats. The deceased
has suffered much from Bright's dis
ease and fdr about ten years had been
practically an invalid.
Mr. Divver was flu years of age and
had boen living io the city since 1888.
He was a native of Charleston. At the
outbreak of the war he enlisted in the
id th South Carolina regiment and was
later transferred to Earle's battery.
He o tr ved throughout the war and
waa a good and faithful soldier of the
He is survived by a widow and ten
children. He was a brother of Dr. R.
r Divver and Mrs. E. G. Evana of
t?is city. The remains were interred
Sunday afternoon in Silver Brook
cemetery, the funeral services being
conducted by his pastor, Dr. J.D.
.mm ? ????
Bank at Townville.
_ A new bank is to be established at
?ownviiie,, witu a capitalization of
$20,000. Application has been made
to the Secretary of State for a commis
sion, the corporators being B. F,
Mnuldin and W. C. King, of this city.
It is understood that Mr. Mauldin
will be at the head of the bank and
Mr. King will become cashier.
The establishment of this bank
will make the sixteenth banking insti
tution for Anderson county, a record
which speaks much for the wealth and
prosperity of this section.
The "Old Reformer" to be Mottt<t4.
The city has acquired possession of
tho old brass cannon known to local
fame aa the "Old Reformer," and will
have it mounted and praced perma
nently on the publio square. The old
gan ia historio, lt is closely associated
with, the'- history of . thia city
and ot this section, and it is
only right that it should be given a
place'of honor on the plaza.
The cannon played a conspicuous
part in the o tr ogg le for white supre
macy in the celebrated campaign of
1878. It was brought ont at ail the .
publie meetings and inspired ? feeling j
of enthusiasm among the Bed Shirt
folio wera ol Hampton. It waa'no less
useful in creating a feeling of terrer
among, the blacks, The gun was
: bro og ?t to the up-conntry from CLiar
I leaton long before the war, and waa
used by the local military companies
at their musters U\ tho an te 'bellara
period. Local ti edition i avesta it with
a long and honored lite, it having
been captured in tho war with Tripoli
by the American navy from' the pirates
who swept the seas ulong the Mediter
ranean coast and destroyed Our com
merce until the brave Decatur admm
l'*.*^M?<a ? Ul-J_?-ij. . -V
Misa Simpson, a bandoo ino and cul
tured y bang lady of Laurena, is visit
ing her uncle,,; Mr. T. II. Simpson, ?.? w
Mi89 May MoWhorter spent several
days last week in Andersen with, her
elater, Mrs. A. P. Fant.
Aire. T, A. Hoi', of;Lavenia, Ga., re
turned to her home Tuesday: after *
short visit to relatives io thin vicinity,
She waa accompanied by her bright
young son. Otis, and pref ty 'little
daughter, Janette. -.^'.rv .:.?'..,. .
< Mrs. B. B. Rico is quito sick at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Miles Vrhit
ten, in Anderson. She went timm <m
I a visit some ten days ago and -waa I
State Eaik of (Merbein.
Under tho above caption the Chicago
Hunker ot' the '..'nd inst., contained au
excellent likeness of our clever friend
and former townsrnnu, ll. Henry
Molt, tho eldest sou of Ei-Sherill" Wm.
L. Bolt, of this county, nud saya*.
"The State Hank of Otterbein, Ind.,
which occupies* second place among
the banks of Indiana on tba'roll of
honor/ ?B one of the most progressive
institutions in that State. Organized
in 181)1, it bas enjoyed a rapid but
healthy growth, and ia now known UB
one of the solid buuka of Indiana.
Tho bank ia capitalized at $25,000, and
lins surplus and proiita to the amount
ol 835.000. Tho management *?f tho
inatjtutiou ia in the able hands ol' J. ll. 1
Van Nattn, president, and R. H. Holt,
cashier. Tho bank has been in exis
tence eleven years nud lias never had
a change in officers or directora, except
by tho deatli ot ono director. Divi
dends have been paid to tho amount
of seventeen thousand dollars. The
institution now hus deposits exceeding
two hundred and twenty thousand
dollar.-! and loans are two hundred
Miss E?Bie King, ol Anderson, was
tl?? guest of Mra. Riley last week.
Rev. W. H. Hawkiua preached at
the Hnptist Church Sunday night,
i Missen Willie May Holt and Lessie
Woolbright were in Seneca Satar
I W. M. Brown, of Oakway, spent
Suudoy at K. H. Price's.
L. C. Speares began teaching at
Tiigaloo last Monday.
Clili' Hunt, of Seneca, waa with home
J/isB Janie Osborbe and Mr. John
Davin were married on Sunday, the
Erneet Fant ha? accepted a position
in Johns, Ala., and etarted Thursday
to begin work.
Mrs. Mamie Horton, of Birmingham,
Ala., ia spending awhile with her sis
ter, Mrs. W. T. Hunt, and other rela
Mrs. W. E. Fant and daughter,
Willie, are spending awhile with Mrs.
J. B. Felton at Iva.
Mr. Joe. Hopkins, of Seneca, was in
Townville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cole, of Bole
man, spent Sunday with A. A. Cole.
i Some of our farmers are done sowing
small grain, and they are sowing more
this year than in many a year, which
means living at home. (.?'
We are glad we will not have to piel?
any cotton this year ia the cold.
Miss Emma Wooten, of.Annieten.
Alabama, is out here visiting her old
friends, who, ot course, are glad to see
Mr. Logan, of Greenwood, has ac
cepted a position with the Pendleton
Manufacturing Company, as manager
of the store. Ho is to .take D. T.
Reid's place. He seems to bo a worthy
citizen and vse think is well fitted for
the place. Mr. A. J. Sit ton acted
wisely in securing ouch a man as Mr.
Mr. James B. Simpson will not gin
but two days in the Week. Tuesday
and Friday are his daye. His cus
tomers seem to be pleased with the
way he gins. '
Rev. J. T. Cary did not hold his
meeting on account of having a throat
trouble. He came and filled his place
here Sunday and preached a good ser
A Mr. Johnson, of Central, was at
preaching at Bethel Church. We were
glad to see him and hear him talk. -
A few days ago Mrs. A. J. Sitten
was du her wny from Columbia and
was in a wreck on the railroad. She
was not bart but had a narrow es
; This section has no Bicbness ot the
present. We are blessed with good
health, and this ia a healthy country.
Hog killing is the order of the day
now. Our farmers have a good many
to bill. >'y." ".
Come np. Mr. Editor, and help us
eat hog and hominy which tve.enjoy at
all times. .
Let the people remember the 25th Of
thia month and go to the polia and
vote on I the liquor question. If;:-all
the church members would vote os
Jesus , would have ' them to vote we
would not have whiskey of any kind,
i Weean see allover the conn tr parents
5rio ved at times abbot their ?ona
rinking and getting into fusses. How
can wo .expect any better when the
fathers drink it and vote for it? So
let us vote against the damnable Stoff.
- Governor Peonypacker, of Penn-1
sylvania, bas written Governor Hey- j
ward suggesting that tbe thirteen
original States erect monuments in
Valley Forgo park, which spot has
now boan appropriately enolosed ?od
is receiving excellent caro under the
Stato. The troops from this State
were camped in the valley ail during
those dark days of tbe Hevo utio?
and there is little doubt but that the
legitdature would appropriate a small
sum for a monument.
- Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland,
Bister of former President Cleveland,
is now a wealthy woman. A soore of
years ago she invested $1,500 in an
island off the Maine coast near Cam
don. Fashion bas turned its eyes in
that direction, and Miss* Cleveland
has just sold part of her islund for
Tbe property advertised by tbe under*
rdgned to be Mold on 8aturday, 25th inst.,
bas been withdrawn. A, A. Atkins/
NOTICE] TO TRE3 PA88ER* - AU
persona are hereby warned not to bun?,
fish, ont ti m bur or in any way trespass
upon the landa of the undersigned jin
Kavannab Township. Mr?. E. 0. Hod
ges, Misa L. C. Hardy, Robert W. Mat
? illowa. 23-4?
10,000 churches painted with L. A M.
Paint in IOC. L. & M. costa$1.20 gallop.
Bold by F. B, Crayton, Anderson, 8. C.;
E. lt. Horton, Liowndniville, 8. O.j T. O,
Jackaon, Iva, 8. C.; W. W, Griffin, Pel
zar, 8. Oki F. L. Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
Every farmer who ?owe grain should
look luto the merita of tho Cole Grain
Drill, Hold by Sullivan Hdw. C ?. /Thia
ls tbo moat perfect Implement of the
kind that bas ever been designed, aud
the only ODO that will lnsuro a perfect
orop of graiu.
FOR SALE-500 bushels Virginia
Extra Fine Blue Straw Wheat for ?cod.
Piedmont Drug Company,
18-8? Piedmont, S. C.
G. B. Burlsano Testifies After Fear Years,
G. "D. Burhans, of Carl isa Center, N. Y.,
write?: "About four years ago I wroto
yon stating that I bad entirely cured of a
severe kidney trouble by taking leas
than two bottles of Foley'? kidney Oura.
It entirely stopped the brink dust sedi
ment, and palo and symptoms qf kidney
dise?e disappeared. I am glad to say
that I have never had a return of any of
tboae ay m pto ma doring the four years
that have elapsed and I am evidently
curtd to stay cured, and heartily recom
mend Foley's Kidney Cure to any ono
Buffering from kidney or bladder trou
ble." Evana Pharmacy,
A tremendous stock cf .Enameled
Wore, Tin Ware and all kinda of Kitchen
Hardware ia carried by Sullivan Hard
ware Co. .
The great Oliver Chilled Plow la today,
as it bas allaya beau, the Standard Plow
of the world. It will do work that can
be done with no o thor Plow. 'For light
ness of draught and ease of operation
these Plows cannot bu aoproached.
Theas Plowo aro sold by Sullivan Hard?
I ware Co.
Pirating foley's Heney aod Tar.
I Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Hon
I ey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy,
; and on account nf the preat merit and
popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar
: many imitations aro offered for tho gen
uine. These worthless imitations nave.
' similar Bounding sames. Beware of
; them. Th? genuine Foley's Honey and
I Tar is in a yeiiow package. Asa: for lt
l and,refuse any substitute. It in th? best
remedy for, coughs and ockiaV Evans
Pharmacy. . - \ . ? '
A Creeping death. /
. Blood 1 poison creep* np towards tho
heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plaine, Minn.; writes that a friend
! dreadfully \ injured bis hand, which
B welled up like blood poisoning. Buck
len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
healed tho wound, and saved his life.'
Best in the world for burns and sores.
25^ at Orr, Gray & Co's, drug store. &
MONEY TO LOAN tar home clients
on easy terms. : .
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.;
Sluggish Liver a Foe ts Ambition.
Yon cannot accomplish very much if
your liver ls Inactive as you feel dull,
your ey ea are heavy and aught oxer tion
exhausts you. ' Odno Laxativo ' Fruit
8vrup stimulates tho liver and makes
you feel bright and active. Orino Laxa
tive Fruit Byran doss not nauseate or
gripe and is mild ?nd very pleasant to
take. Orino 1B moro affect*ve tlmn pills
or ordinarycat^a?c^ Hafuseaubstitules.
. When you Want Bala Ties a^i! then*
from Sullivan Hardware Co.
A ni law ?t\ XotvA ?al S?fiS?tSt.^AB
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SALTIMQRB '..?.? NEW
WE WANT TO SfeLL ^??
like for you to see the Garments we are showing for
YouwillIlk? them. Every thing abont them wiH appeal
to you readily. '
L? F? J HUE3- CO?
The Big S?oreo ^ . ?p-to-D?te Stoic
Wo are showing tho Biggost lino of tho foUowiag ?oo?s5
_ _ ISOOChU?rene' '
: ?; big lifa?;??-BoW?l??Mb^;V'MI
Wo .caa boat tho ?SS^^^^B8 '*>uo?ty. 3?yery? '