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It is with grateful hearts that we return
thanks to the Trading Public for the very
liberal patronage accorded us in the past, and
especially during the year
Which far exceeded any previous year in our
existence. We will strive to merit the confi
dence and good will of the people. We will
continue to carry in stock at all times just
s uch goods as the public may demand at most
reasonable prices. We will not attempt to
enumerate or specialize at this time, aa it is
too well known throughout this section that
ours is a large and carefully assorted stock of
S-S ?3 ta 'AVA
on successful beyond our oxpecta
tion. The Merchants haye shown in a very
substantial way their appreciation of a first
Class Wholesale Stock,so convenient.*
While 'we are truly, thankful ;to ?very ono
who has contributed in the least to our euc
bessy wo solicit a continued and increased pa
tronage in the future.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, ISOii.
THE corrow MAEKST.
Strict Middling-118 to 11?.
The early gardener is ranking prepa
rations to begin work.
Have yon soiled that new leaf you
turned over ton days agoT
Miss Clara McCollough, of Iva, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. James Giles, at
Troy, 8. C.
.Mies Laura Isbell, of Walhalla, ia
visiting Mrs. Frank Murphy, on Mo
Be sure and meet the County Audi
tor in his tour o? the county and make
your tax return.
B. D. Drown, of Elberton, Ga., baa
been spending a few days in Anderson
Miss Fannie Gray, of Anderson, is in
the city visiting Mrs. E, C. Haselden.
R. C. Brownlee, one of Due West's
most prominent citizens, spent a few
days in the city last week.
It is predicted now, from all old
fashioned signs, that we will have a
mild winter and an early epring.
Some of onr farmers report their
small grain crops as looking unusually
well for this season of the year.
C. F. Jones left a few days ago for
the northern market to buy a stock of
spring and summer goods for his ii rm.
Wife-I found out something yes
terday, and promised never to tell it.
Husband-Well, go ahead, I am listen
Miss Pearl Holland, of Anderson, S.
C., is the attractive guest at the home
of A. B. Vickory.-Lavonia (Ga.)
Col. J. C, Boyd, of Greenville, was
in the city yesterday. His many
friends here are always delighted to
Mrs. Margaret Vau Wy ck, of Atlan
ta, is snending c. few duve in the city
visiting ber son, U. B. VanWyck, and
Mesar*?. Willie and Mack Beaty*
Misses Annie and Pearl Beaty, of Iva.
S.C.. visited the family of .r. Wm.
H. Tonsley last week.-Hartwell (Ga.)
Mrs. W. A. Chapos au has gone to
Salisbury, N. C., wnere she will spend
awhile visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary
Keith, and sister, Mrs. W. H. Over
The Legislature convened in Colum
bia yesterday. Senator Hood and
Representatives Ashley, Watson,
Ruck or. Tribble and Hall are all in
Esther, one of the little twin daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Font, died
at their home in this city last Friday
evening and was buried in Silver
Brook cemetery on Saturday.
Oar correspondents are requested to
send in their news items by Monday
evening or Tuesday morning of each
week. This will insure their publi
cation in Wednesday's paper.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hailey, of Hart
troll; . ya. st: DO tin cs tbs engagement
*vF ? l\nt ?? finn nKfap Ki a ra j O Q i\ VYf til tnr
H. Kee so, o?? thia city. .The marriage
will take place in the early spring. .
On account of the heavy rains a week
ago the Savannah river in Augusta
reached a h eighth of about 80 feet,
the highest point it has been in a long
time, No ?damage resulted, however.
The C. & W.- CR. B, has arranged a
very convenient and quick schedule
between this city and Jacksonville and
other points in Florida, as will be
Been by reading their notice in another
column. .-, >v.
! B. O. Evans Si Co. have inaugurated
a grand clearance sale for thia month.
Bead their big advertisement in
another column'and yon will eeo the
many bargains they are offering, in
in clothing, etc.
tThe Intelligencer in 1000 will con?
tinue to print the news and as much of
it OB we can find out. This will bo
campaign year, and every intelligent
man should have his own copy of the
paper and not depend upon his neigh
bors. .. . ... . -,
? Miss Allie Belle Beek, ot Anderson,
left for her home Tuesday, after a
pleasant visit to the family of Mr.. w.
W. Bessel Miss Beck is very popular
in Elberton, ?ad her friends were de
lighted to see her once again,-Elber
ton (Ga.) Sfcvr. ? s r , ; '..; .
.-.-'?^ ..0:1 ;v: vr, -? :.? . !: I
uur young friends, Herbert Cheshire
and Clarkson Bussell; both bf whom
are printers, who left . Anderson for
Texas last summer, are In the city vis*
iting their"parents. Herbert holds a
position in Paris and ClnrURon wbrkr*
In a printing office in Dallas, ;
Mrs. Caroline A. M?n?d?a. widow of
the Jaie Samuel Mauldiu, died at her
home io Greenville last Monday af ter
s?os, ia the 80ih s-ssr of ' heri age,
This estimable: woman, has many
friends throughout this section who
will regret to hear of ber death.
; Rev. T. J. Richardson, of Texas, is
Among his relatives and friends io An
derson and Picken* counties again?
af ter an absence ct about thirty years.
jest loask -uofflB oiaex man ce ?la
. Carl isle's Behool \ at Pickles,-Pasley
Progress. -,. r: -vi^rv.'
VHon* J. Perry Glenn, and wife, of
Eq naJity, ate bow; residents of the etty,
and are ^mbprarBv. residing writh
occupy their handsome eod commo
a?ou? ssw dwelling house on North
Vant atreet, which H no^ nearing
completion. . r.
: The Seneca <?orre8Dondont of th?
K?owee Courier, nuder date of t he 3rd
?sst.v suVfti.''Dr, J. L. Gray, of Ander
son, visited Se?fca ye-terday. The
frequency of the Doctor's visita carry
a serious import that ia alarming ? The
poete?- : J?^$obd ^tcbn for. some
lot ely msldeb, .. i
Kev. Col in nb UH Wardlaw o pe nt last
Friday in the city arranging som?
business matters and biddiug his many
friends geud bye. Accompanied by
hie family, he le? Seneca yesterday
for his distant weat .? home, Prescott,
Arizona, cai ry i u g .th him the best
wishes of his wido circle of friends.
The Intelligencer has recentlyv re
cently received several communica
tions nud nows items without tho
signnturo of the author. Please bear
in mind, kind frieuds that when you
write an article for publication in this
paper you must let us kuow who you
aro. or it will go to tho wastebasket.
J. C. Simpson and family leave this
week for Anderson. County, where
Uley expect to make their home in the
future. We regret exceedingly to
loso these excellent people from our
midst. Anderson County gains u sub
stantial family and good citizens by
Mr. Simpson's removal from O co nee.
There will be three eclips e of the
pun and two of the moon this year.
The first isa total eclipse of tho moon
beginning about ll o'clock of tho 8th
of February aod ending next morning
about 4 o'clock. Tho next total eclipso
of the sun in North America will bo
JuneS, lido, visible from Oregon to
Florida for two minutes.
There is some talk of widening
South McDullie street. All tho
property owners on both sides of the
street to whom the subject has been
mentioned are heartily in favor of it
and are willing to give four feet off
the front of their lots. This would
make the street eight feet wider, and
would he a great improvement.
J. A. Shirley, of Anderson county,
bas purchased a valuable piece ol
property from J. ?. Hanpfear, neur
CoronacQ, and bas moved to his pres
ent new home. We welcome alf new
comers of his type and character.
Greenwood News and Views. Mr.
Shirley is a good ci ti /.on, and we regret
to see bim leave Anderson County.
joseph R. Fant, of Spar tanbury ont!
of the chiefs of the State constabulary,
is in the city, his old home, visiting
relatives. Mr, Fant was formerly
chief of police of Anderson, and Bays,
while he luis heard much of tho growtt
of the town, he had no idea that it ha<3
been to such a great extent. Hit
many old friends aro delighted t<
Cecil the seven-months-old son ol
Mr. a?d MrB. Wm. Cowan, died a
their home in Martin Township 01
Sunday, Dec. 81st, and was buried tin
following day nt Mt. Bethel Church
Rev. N. G. Wright conductiug tin
funeral services. He bad been sicl
about a month with pneumonia. Thi
bereaved family have the sympathy o
ali their friends.
" A series of meetings are being heh
in the Central Presbyterian Chore!
this week and are conducted by Rev
S. L. Wilson, of Ninety Six. S. C
Two services are held each day-10.8*
a. m. and 7 80 p m.-and the friend
of the congregation are cordially iu
vitod to attend. Mr. Wilson is bott
an eloquent and impressive speaker
and those who go to hear him will h
more than pleased with bis sermons.
The popular Anderson law firm o
Bonham and W atkin s have openei
offices in the Palmetto. Building ii
this citv? ' Mr. Proctor A: Bonb-?*
will be in charge of the office at thi
place' He is a graduate of Charlesto
College and of the law department o
Georgetown University, I>. C. Th
tonio! members of the firm, Messrs. H
H. Watkins and M. L. Bonham ar
well known.-Greenville Mountain
?i afriea, at the o ere ven i^oQ?S, ?
Savannah, Ga., on Wednesday, 8r
inst.. Rev. George Solomon, D. D.
Mr. Julius H. Well, formerly of thi
city but now of Colombia, and Mis
Sadio Cohen, of Savannah. Mr. an
Mrs. <S. Strouse and Mrs. A. Leaser, c
this city, attended the marriage. W
join Mr. Weil's many friends in Ac
derson In extending congratulation!
and wish he and his lovely bride
happy and prosperous journey throng
? 0 vi W. F. Ashmore, who was receni
ly appointed by the State Board <
Health to vaccinate the children i
Anderson County, bas appointed Di
H. H. Wyman hie assistant. D
Wyman will vaccinate tho children i
the mill villages and schools near tl
city, and the City Board Of Heall
will arrange to hu va the children i
the city vaccinated. Dr. Ashmoi
hopes the muncipal officials of th
other towns io the county will arran*
to have all the children in their rt
spective towna vaccinated at once.
Married, oh Wednesday afternoot
Jan. 8, 1006, at the home of E. V
Henderson, in this city, by Rev. J. ]
Black, Mr. J. Broadna Knight, <
Spartanburg, and Misa Kittie Jones, <
Me. Carmel. Immediately after ti
ceremony the happy couple left fi
Washington. Mr?. Knight is s?cr?tai
to Congressman Jae. T. Johnson, <
Spartaubarg^ and aT'young man of fit
character, '^he bride ie a traine
' nona and has ?pent some time in Ai
derson* where she is highly esteem?
by all of her friends and acqoain
an cys. i ;
Jas. A. King, of Santuc, made a vit
to Anderson about three woeks aj
throngh the country. When he can
to Fair's Bridge on Little River, 1
water was over the bridge, bnt M
. K i n a hfii n a a hr n v? man an ri nnt afra:
of water drove in. When he carnet
the bridge his. baggy, wheel w;
caught iu some manner and he w
compelled lo get out in the water
get it locfie. So ho partly undress*
and waded about in the water um
he got his boggy loose. . He went <
i to Anderdon and made a pleasant tr
bat thinks it was rather cold togo
bathing in December.-Abbeville M
? diam. .
. : Afr. George B. Nally left Enal
last Saturday evening on tho tra
bound for Polk County, North Cox
! liha, where he owns a half interest
a tract of land containing over S
: acres. . It is reported that a v?1 nat
'? gold mino has recently been discovc
ed cu this laud. Mr, Kailey, has hi
some correspondence with parties w
\ ar? trying io puichase it from hil
and have made him a very flatter!!
offer, hat he prefers to go ?nd see I
fore sotting a price upon it. ?fra.
M. Bitten, cf Brnaby Creek town sh:
Anderson County, owns one-half i
te rest in the land also.-Easley Pi
. ?ross, i jj ?j ?/..-. ;
The McCormick Messenger of t
. ?Uh inats, announces the sale of t
McCormick real estate, and in spea
ingot it say?: "The valuable propt
ty, consisting of ? vor 1,000. aera?
i. land in *?d snrroun?ing the town
MoCotmick, has been purchased by
company composed of Messrs. J. J
T. J. and W. ll. Britt and J. Q. St
. well, of McCormick; and ii. F. Mat
din and R. E. Ligon, of Anderse
Tho purchase includes the mining I
tereala, machinery, and all the r<
. estate owned by the J/cCormick fa
ily in tidi aeccion. As eopu as I
will bo made t<v develop the prc?
Copyright 1905 by
Hart Schaffner 6* Mar*
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Men's and Boys' SUITS.
Overcoats and Odd Trousers.
Wo begin our Semi- Annual Clearance Sale. Twie? a year
we have these Clearance Sales-January and July. It is not
the policy of this Store to carry Goods from one season to
?uuiu?j, BU we lUUiuuu every ?lill, ofS?y VT0769ft?i ?w<s*jf
pair Odd Trousers in onr Store in this sale-nothing reserved.
This is a remarkable sale-it is an exceptionable oppor
tunity for you. Our former prices w^re low for the Goods
offered, and now, at a reduction of Twenty per Cent, it is cer
tainly an exceptional opportunity for Clothing buyers,
HERE'S WHAT YOU GET :
Five Dollar Baits, twenty per cent off, now.?,.. r
Seven*dollar-and-fifty-ccut Suits, twenty per cent off, now........
Ten Dollar Suits/ twenty per cent off, now.
Twclve-dollar-ond-fifty-cent Suits, twenty psr cent off, now..
Fifteen Dollar Suits, twenty per cent off, now...
Eighteen Dollar Suits, twenty per cent off. now.
Twenty Dollar Suite, twenty par cent off, now......
Twenty-two-dollar-antt fifty-cent Suite, twenty per cent off, now...,
Five Dollar Odd Trousers, twenty per cent off, now.84 00 .
Four Dollar Odd Trousers, twenty per cent off, now. 8 20
Three Dollar Odd Trousers, twenty per cent off, now.. 2 40
Two Dollar and fifty cento Trousers, twenty per cent off, now......... 2 00
Five Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, sow..... 84 00
Seven Dollar and fifty cents Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now. 6 00
Ten Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now. . 8 00
Twelve Dollar and fifty cent Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now.10 00
Fifteen Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now. 12 00
Eighteen Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now. 14 40
Twenty Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now. 16 00
Twenty-twodifty Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now.. 18 00
Boys' Knee Trouser Suits.
This is a chance to clothe your boy that doesn't come often. You know
how hard it is to keep a growing boy in clothes. Here you'd find the right
kind of clothes, and all at a discount of twenty per cent.
One Dollar and fifty cents Bo; s1 Suits, twenty per cent off. now...... .$1 20
Two Dollar Boys* Suite, twenty per cent off, now. 1 60
Two-fi ft y Boya' Suite, twenty per cent off, now.r... 2 00
Three Dollar Boys' Suite, twenty per cent off, now. 2 40
Four Dollar Boye' Suite, twenty per cent off, now. 3 20
Five Dollar Boya' Suite, twenty per cent off, now. 4 00
Six Dollar Boys' 8nite, twenty per cent off, now... .. 4 80
J3 jnyjL* T"'ICjtx JTLTJ ?JtC^cT,
. 0. Evans & Co
The Spot Cash Clothiers.