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lt ii the NECESS?BlES OF XIBE that wa nw offer in
appropriate to the season.
In Hom? Fnsniehing we have many attractive offerings,
such ats Carpets, Mattings/ Art Squares, Bngs. Curtains, Win
dow feade?. Bte, P.''
Beautiful TableDamask,|ri both white and colored. Nap
kins and Dolleys in great variety. Towels, almost any kind
you may desire. Bi?^
to b? found in 'the. State;
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Our Bress?000dl? Department. will comparo favorably
with tho Jargo-city stores, both ir qr/antity and quality,
we ask that ?peels! notice fe?.-given our Motion Stock, ea
?you aye--going away,; inspect our
. \ ; Bress Suit ' Cas?s, ?
?HHL || Band Bags,
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WEDNESDAY. DEC. 27, 1905.
isa COTTON HARKET.
Strict Middling- U h
Next Tuesday, January 2nd, is Sales
Miss Bessie Simpson has gone to
Kew York to spend the holidays.
B. B. i Divver, representing the
Greenville N ?vs, spent last Thursday
in the city.
Yon have only three moro days in
which to pay your State taxes without
Messrs. H. B. Simpson and P. W.
Gai?ur?ll B?fj spending the holidays in
Asheville, N. C. . j
Fay your taxes before tho first day
of January or the penalty of ono per
cent will be added.
J. N. McDlll, of Donaldsville, was in
the city a few dayfl aad eave us
an appreciated call.
Persons having claims against the
county should filo them ot once with
the County Supervisor.
Miss Helen Cashine baa gone to New
Orleans, La., where ehe will spend a
few wooka visiting friends.
Mrs. W. C. BeiMyand son, of this
city, oro visiting hex- brother, Thoo.
A. Murrah, at Union, 3. C.
Wo aro enrolling a number of new
subscribers* but we Still have room for
a f?w more sames cn car list.
Messrs . F. B. and 8 , B. Cray ton, of
Charlotte, H. C.? are spending, the
holidays in the city with relatare?.
Mrs. Claudia Murray, accompanied
by ber sister. Miss Jeffie Edwards, has
gone tb Orlando, Fm., to spend a few
ki Mt. B. T> Irby, of this county, left
a few days a^o for Florida, where be
will spend several j weeks visiting a
The Charleston Post very truly re
marks that the man who will retara
art. umbrella these days is surely the
noblest work of God.
Young little 1000 is coining down
the pike, and coating foot, being now
almost in sight of the city limits. Get
the figure 6 ready for use
Kev. J, W, Bailey will preach at
Providence. Church next Sunday
morning ot ll o'clock and: at Bubamah
in the afternoon at 8 o'clock.
: Bobwt Steward who ^ moved from
this county to Texas about seven
years ago, is in the city visiting bis ]
mother ?nd other restive*.
; Ia ordering the address of your'pa
per changed be-sure to ?ive your' old
address as well vas your new one.
This will save us both time and trou
: Tb*: : And?^^
ba? puf?haaed another street car. it
ia the *amo sise of the closed ears n o w
io use, but the seats jtun lengthwise of
the car. "'? iii . \. . '. "
On tho 3rd page of The Intelligencer
this week Sj! publish the full Mst of
appointments of the recent; conference
of the M, E. Church, South, held ia
'Spartenburg..,:.. ;.v:..:.. ; '.' \
A nuoabej? of tho yoa?g ladies and
7,>.tecd?ng college, in. thie - and other
bf|tesc?ine -hlm?^e^a? the Christ-:
this cbnii?? aro nueus ready to close j
their doors ^?;Ss'?^8?^oir?tot:t^
seasoc. Very little of i^jt??^iafe*
pie remains to be ginned.- .':
Despite .the unfavorable, feather
last week the merchant ?t-, A ?derson
had a floe trade. Everybody seeded
to'have rdenty of money and they
spent is fireely and willingly. '.
We received many i?v?tattohs from:
our friends to visit them and partici
pate with them in their Clfcristmaa
feaats> and w? regret exceedingly that j
~v CC/u'i? ?iv?i ?v?eyvwl Ox ih?oi..
corapanie? and a nninber -of the bael- '.
aesshousesof the city are-d?sirihating
mong their patrons some ^r?ry atfcrss- -
Let sa eil resolve to make tho com -
ing year the best Anderson has ever :
known. ir?e can do this if all wiU
#ork unselfishly ?or .the^'eb^oa' I
pgis 3D? each one wi.il bo benefited
T. G?cen, ot?eltop,penhionC?tnmis
fer Andersen C^^^omoro
tvtotfllrUdaplaee. ? ->. :: \ , ?
ii The lo^llgenoe'r ii* not up to its
eotmecfeed :^?^:W.p^?^o?ea i
patfilcipaUng?n the Christmas festivi- h
w?& their SOPScrlptioiJS. Prices for
wtton have, been ifood all the foll and )
there should 'be' iib eseufif'' if ?r. neglect- ;
lng to pay saab small aechan tu. ' '.
T^lfntn^>fmost be ed?ea-'
agticulj^ral ^c&Iegev :;a:;^sysien^? '
course of' BgricnUara! . s6??**?i'j?vg*-* <?
slbt? during the tinier evonihgs and
To H. McIntyre, au employee o? the .
Brogon cotton mil), died at the borne
of his uncle, D. E. McIntyre, at the
O luck mill hint Wednesday, ofter A
brief illness erith pneumonia. He waa
ubout 22 years of age and highly es
teemed by his friends. The remains
were carried to Clarksvillo, Qa., his
old home, and interred in the family
?. B. Wilson, tho chief clerk in the
ComptroUor-Gcneral'a o?llce, apent
last Wednesday in the city, inspecting
tbe books aud witueaeing the annual
settlement between our efficient Conn?
ty Treasurer and County Auditor, and
of course found every thing in proper
In a letter remitting his subscription
to the intelligencer a few daya ago our
clever friend aad former follow-citi
zen, D~ Sloan White, of Texas, wrltcu
that ho and hla family are esjeyis
God'a richest blessing--good health
and fends his kindest regards io hia j
many oldJjriends in Anderson County.
The State dispensary has done a
good business during tho past year
and the effect of the closing of the
dispensarios seems not to have been
felt. The total ealea amounted to
$8,123,790.09. The Anderson dispen
sary led th* 8 tato with toe largest
parchases of any cinglo dispensary
Dr. C. E. Earle, a brother of T. B.
Earle, of thia city, and a native
of thia County* who has been prac
ticing medicino in Elberton, Ga., for
sometime, baa decided to make An
derson his future home. He has pur*
chased the house and lot of W. C.
Kins on West Franklin street, and will
move his family here in a few days.
Mrs. Sue Lusk, wife of Mr. William
Luak* of the Toney Creek section,
died last Wednesday, the 18th inst.
She waa about 58 years old and waa a j
devout member of the Bethesda Meth
odist Church. She leaveaa husband
and eight children to mourn her loss.
She waa buried at Columbia Church
last ThuTQday. Kev. J. T. Wren con
ducting; the funeral services.-Honea
The Carolina Spartan truly says :
"One. thing will be lacking in moat
hornea these holidays. The old "black
mammy" with her white apron, and
bandanna tied around her head ant
and her courtesy (kurtchy) which can
not be imitated* and her little girt ?f
eggs will be wanting; , It would do
one good to receive the salutation of
auch humble, kind hearted good peo?
Tn6"Cbr,8tmaG holiday a passed off!
moat pleasantly in ! thia section. Lest
Saturday dawned-cloudy and cool*
but after a light shower of rain the
ann peeped out and since then toe
weat?ei ssa been perfect-in fact, tho
beat reather we haye had during
Christmas||o a number of years. We
naya fhearg ot no $arious;actfdont dur
ing the holiday a? andi everybody ap
peared to be.in a'igbod humor, happy
and contented?:' ; ' .
Tho last tel? of the Bknti st Goajter
a?ya:; "Wo regret to karo thai
?wHfeclcknesa of oro. Cf. Wardlaw" baa
tho pastorate of the Seneca and ' Wa? '?
halla churches. Be will return to
Arcona and expects to make bia;home
in that State, Be : nae done * good
work at Seneca, and coade many
friends in the town and country
around, Wo hope ho may soon be as
robust and vigorona aa usual."
Tho Kev. R. L; Holroyd, of William
aton? waa a&aigned at the .recent
Methodist Conference in Spartanburg
to the pa atonto of tho Church nt Bam
bers. His congregation at Wilikrn
aton had dished-him returned to that
?^?rse* slne? daring tho year that he
has been there he nae made hundreds,
of ?rienda among. the Williamsten
people of all denominations. They ac?
oordingly protested to Bishop Duncan
and he baa reconeidered tho appoint
ment and allowed Williamston and
Belton Churches : to retain Mr. Hol
royd. Bishop - Duncan's decision has
satur pleased ; the people Of -these
?vihg towns,who . hopo that- the
lar pastor - will; fco allowed to
? out bia fail four years on that
Gibbes L. baker and wife, of Wash
ngton, paesed through the city Friday
on their way to Lowndeaville to spend
tbe holidays with relatives. Mr.
Baker ie Senator Lntimer'a private
secretary and enjoys beeides a growiug
law practice, being a partner of C. A.
Douglass, Esq., formerly of Colombia,
lie 4a a brother of James M. Baker,
assistant librarian of tho United
State? Senate, and of Capt. Chas. T.
Baker of tho United States army, Bla
zoned at the Presidio, California.
A proposition baa been made io
Governor Heyward to buy King's
Mountain. The idea is not exactly a
now one, but it comes just at. the time
Congressman Webb, of North Caro
Una, has introduced a bill in Congress
to make the famous battlefield a na
tional park. Mrs. Russell, of Ander
eon, is tho author of the letter to tho
governor and she nnints out ? hut ali of
tho land could be acquired for $100,000.
It ie hardly probable that the State
will take up the proposition.-Colum
The total number of dogs returned
in Sooth Carolina this year for taxation
waa 00,547, a gain of 18,834 over the
returns in 1904. The tax on the dogs
thia year was * 12,-73.60, which goes to
the pu Vi to school fund. Orangobnrg
Counf/ bk? the distinction of returning
more Jog* than any other Connty In
the Stele, and Charleston County the
smaUtat number. Orangeburg return
ed ?,404 and Charleston 454. Last
year Anacreon Connty returned 3.8?C
and this year 3,688, which gives hos
second place in the list of counties.
At the regular meeting of Chinook
Lodge, No. 83, Knights of Pythias, last
Thursday evening the following oft!
?ere were elected to serve the ensuing
year: Chancellor Commander, B. C
Mattisbn; vice-Chancellor, T. Franl
Watkins; Prelate, Jae. If. Craig; Mas
ter of Work, R. T. Lone; Keeper o
Records *nd Seal, 53. 'K. Chapman
Master of Finance, G. H. Geiger; Jtfaa
of Exchequer, T. 8. Cray ton; MDot?
at arms, 8. M. Nabors; Inner Guar
George A. 8hilletto; Outer Guard, 1
K. Roper. C. C. L&ngSton was elects
a member of the Board of Trustees, 1
serve three yearn. The o (Hoers wi
be installed at the first meeting i
The Prosperity correspondent of tl
Newberry Herald and Newe saj
*'Rev. C. M. Boyd, having resignt
tho pastorate of the A. R. P. chun
here, will go early in the sew year
bia new field of labor at Anderson, !
C. We regret very much that &
Boyd has decided to leny o ne. He fa
endeared himself to all our people a
in our humbl? Opinion bis placev
be nardoo fill. While we regret
going we are glad that he goes te
.Jergea field of usefulness and -wow
j him abundant success in his new fie
i Prosperity's loss is Anderson'* gal
. Chairman Tindal of the Green vi
Connty . Cotton Association recel'
f rom Prelsdent Fred G. Brown of
Anderson Phosphate' and Oil Comp;
lost night a check for $60, the e*
pan* 'a -contribution to the exp?
?ne?i of the Southern. Cotton Aseo
tien ?n ?ts fight lof higher prices, i
Brown heartily . contrat ul ate?
Tindal upon' the good work of tho
sedation end said that he had ac
m ado a> Mon more willingly . '
cheek *i loronghly. appreciate
Greenvw;?J*e. . v-;: % - ?
PRODUCT ?F MIU.8.
Tho., product Sn one day of ?ho mil
the Longman & Martinez greet work
enough to paint every bouse and ev
thing made of wood in a city, w|th
I* & M. Pore Paint.
In UBO thirty yenre; several mil
houses painted witto I* M.
: Xi <& M. ooais about 9120per gollot
/The L A M. Paint 1? the bast
cheapest, because tb? L. & M. Zinc
dene the L. &. M. Wblto Load, and mt
ti paint: more sorNee and wear 1
conger time than any other paint.
j Xi. & M. costa about$1.20 per galloi
? It only ri qa! rea 4 gallons of tb lo <
bruted paint end 8 galona of Lin
Oil at 60 eta. per gailoti to paint a u
erate siced house. Therefore a propc
owner onset not nay f 1.60 per aalfoi
-Linseed OU, which he mnat do whi
ready ?or-m?9 paint la bought.
L. <? M. coata about ?JL20 a gallon.
Sold by P. B. Cray ton. Anderson, S
E. R. Horion, Lownde?ville, & C.; 1
Jackson, Iva. 8. C.; W. W. GrJffln. ;
esr, fcV O ; F. L. txoppar, Belton, S. ?,
MONIST TO LOAN-A few thom
dollars to lend on Land fo$>oliente .
p?v w ?. F. Martie, Attorney-at-Law
? I' ?0 it?OK FOR >
W TECK BEST WEARERS '
?Vi - . AT THt'r-.. " ": ; .?:
J * ' . IIMIIIIIi'illilt III j \ if j, jil I "j; ?
J , ?^? i^??^ at; my pirie?, wjien you . can get : fr.: -
Wik &-^#8SIP^^ leaat money bb OM ?
^ -????SS ***** *^ of BOYS sod OHIMRBN'ST
SHOES, Red we are proud to state that wa bold and control tho F
% the gty ead Cou?tjr bf Aadinioa. We >
4 ?ot onJy soli but know how to fit tH? iso?t isador feet, ?td there* L
?ro we appeal to you f?ho?ever tried tw. Como and tay no, os L
rwww^teow hoir tb Bjewe yo?,; Thew aro ?o mao? pooali F
1 ^ a ^^^^> ^ poor "aaviofr > i
&',k* up ^ou^mtod : ...Boy v^ow. Shoea in Rho- SteWC J,
^^^^^^^^^ss^-^re can convince you. '.', L
'. . J-'^'ifi2?JS fe*1* A-Cf0*^^ Fiowbeica Co., Boydon-6hoe f
?\|||^Sl?ori'from tuaa MfoMh^Baafc ?' Ul
THE NEW YEAR will
Fin?! Us with a Clean, Discriminating
and Complete Lino of
Men's Furnishing Goods I
?5T? nRky^l Mad* ti Syracuse. N.v.
Otir lino of NECKWEAB Includes the newest styles sm?
col?se-all in rich Silk fabrics-in Four-in-Hafcds, Ascots,
and Puff Scarfs.
Colored and White-Plain and Pleated Bosoms?
All colors' and sises. Collars. Cuffs, Handkerchiefs*
H?fflers and Umbrellas. A foll line sises, styles and coloro
of the best $3.00 BAT on tho market-HAWES?
See these Unes before buying.
REESE & BOLT
The One Price Clothiers, Haitsrs and Furmsiaem?
Next door, to Farmers and Merchants Bank ^
D. 8. VAN DIV ER. J.J.MAJOR. JB. P. TMlBlVBR.
SHiiyil&ii snua, m majun,
- DEALERS UT V''
"Velxjoles sbnd H?briiesB?
SEE US ON
If you owe us past dne naper be.
eure tb see us promptly : ' t., * vi i
.\ . Youratiu?? ' i .
V?NDIVER BROS. & MAJOR.
SAVING SS EASY
If You Buy Your Groceries
. $ I * FROM - jj^^Hly ?
. ' Sim
Your money goes farther here/and you get] the B?R8f?:. ;|
Goods in the market. . .. . / .V'^vlV-' j -
Wo sell a No. 1 Pateo ; Flour.., ? ? . , ; . ^ j /J'
Wei?ltChfanttUW6flgwl81bs..t..^ '> TU
- We seU good B?ee l?lbs.i... ;..i.>*'> .1 fi> ' ^
W? sall Fnuoy Ile<i Oats.......................... ?l?
-, We gell Hog Fiotir....*?....? ..Uv*...,.... &W>
: We ssH Wheat Bi*n SO lb; Sachs... ; >... ?....... 1 ?0?
v We tell Hog Food (Short?) l<)0 1bB;............. - 1 50
We ?all "Ked Meat*' Tobacco 8 lt*.;,,. 1-00?''
. We tell Feed Oats... ........... W _
, ( t ;W? tell <jDoyot Meat, Lard, 0ora Meal, Hay. Ac, at Lowest narke*
pries. Wu D?l???i your trade. x ;' "'?.%'.?>".""' V:V/. .vi
MeGEE & POWEB, 204 S. Hain 8t. : g
J".' I.. XeOBE. W. A.POWEA
. WEhaveWvid our Shopjuad off oe beW FeoplW Baak, in tVc* ?!
any Koc?na done, or any kind ot Bepafr work, Eugine 8tac*vBtM*ftoffc lC
oran y Unlof Booftnsf to call on tu. ?a we are prepared tot*