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It is with grateful hearts that wa retira
thanks to tho Trading Public for the very
liberal patronage accorded us in the past, and
especially during the ^ewr- ^
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"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, as it is
too well known throughout this section that
ours is a large and carefully assorted stock of
it IPI u?imiy??ua
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|^;; Has proven successful beyond our expecta*
. : , tion. Tho Merchants haye shown in a veiy
substantial wa? thci? appreciation of a first
Class Wholesale Btock so convenient. '
W every oh?
who has contributed in tno least to our DUO
. -'"'V\. troji?ge in the x^urO? ? ,>.
' / Happiness
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 1906.
THE COTTOS STABKET.
So far January lias given this sec
tion a vuriety ot weather.
Many a young man who cannot
make anything else can make love.
G. W. Price, of the Iva section, has
gonn to Hackleburg, Ala.? to make hid
A number of traveling salesmen aro
now visiting tbo city soekiug orders
for spring goods.
Mrs. Harry Gibbous, of Utloy. N.
C., is in tho city visiting her slater,
Mrs. T. S. Crayton.
Our former townsman, Dennis
O'Donnei, of Charleston, is speeding a
few days in the city.
Some one remarks that 12 cenia coi
ton will probably reduce tba number
of c aadidates this year.
Wo aro very much like the moon to
day-on the last quarter. Dear delin
quent subscriber, please como and help
It has been remarked that martins
do u visit this country as in the past.
Are we not as hospitable as we used to
Col. J. N. Brown, wife and daugh
ter left a tow days ago for Tanina.
Fla., where they will spend a few
In the poultry show, at Augusta, Ga.,
last week O. B. VaoWyck, of this
city, received the first prise, for buff
Next Friday, 19th inst, is the anni
versary of tue birth of Gen. Robert
E. Lee, and is a legal holiday in South
H. G. Anderson, a leading merchant
of Abbeville, was in the city Monday,
and was warmly greeted by his many
The holidays are over bat thc price
of provisions, especially turkeys chick
ens and eggs, remain at almost out-of
W. fc. Kay and W. C. Campbell left
the city laBt Monday for Texas, where
they will spend several weeks with
relatives and friends. .
E. C. Martin, who holds a position
with the People's Oil Mill, bas moved
his family from his farm in Broadway
Township into the city.
A. P. Alewine, of Greenwood Coun
ty, has moved bis family to this city,
where he has accepted a position with
the Bro son Cotton mill.
* M. S- Dickens, ?he former proprietor
of the Hotel Chiquala, has gone to his
old home, Richmond, Va.,' where he
will have charge of Ford's Hotel.
The Senate having adjourned Friday
afternoon until Monday, Senator J. Iv.
Hood fn.nio np from Columbia and
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
This is election year, and you will
need The Intelligencer all the year to
see bow political mattera are going.
Subscribe fpr The Intelligencer now.
Misa Bobbie Wakefield, of Ander
son, who will be remembered here as
a teacher in the graded school, ia here
Tghdiing f rienda.-Ra?Aflhnrg A??Y?CBte.
Judes of. Probate Nance baa an im
portant notice in another column to
administrators, executors? guardians
and trustees, in reference to their an
A. Bogers Keeee, who has been em
ployed in Atlanta, Gs., for some time,
nae returned to Anderson and will en
gage in business with bia brother,
Walter H. Reese. ?
The, Anderson Banking - id Trust
Company have opened ot?'; in the
ba?ding two' doora north ot the post
office, on North Hain street, and are
ready for business.
Farne WiUiams, a negro man? . was
committed to jail last Monday charged
with committing a .criminal assault
upon a - little negro giri; about ten
years of age, near Pendleton. .
Officials pf .the C. & W. C. B. BC
Spent a day in, the city last week look
ing over the yards with a view, to in
creasing the track facilitiea.and /inau
gurating other improvements.
//Married, on Sunday, January V
lOOOVby J. H. Bainoy. magistrate, and
at hie residence. Mr. M. A. P. Madden,
of tho city, of Anderson, and Mita
Alma Allen, of Hart ?ounty;, Ga.
Bev. J. D. Chapman, D. D.', of thia
?i t v han hpfin in vi ted to doli ver ?n -nd -
dress at th?'third anniversary of the
Baptist; Young Peopled Union At
Westminster next" Friday evening' 10th
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i Notwithstanding the disagre??ble
weather we have had several days th?
past week? large ? Crowds of people
have visited tho city nearly every o ay
and the merchante were kept quita
' pur young friend, Murrah' Bailey,
who bas. been employed io Columbus,
Go., for some time, has returned to
tho city and hos accepted a position in
tho Anderson Foundry and Machine
shops. ; : -v v::.-::-' . .
The whiskey dispensary waa' closed
yesterday and tho stock in hand waa
shipped back ?" Columbia. Tho beer
dispensary sold out ito enpply. a few
d ay s wa and. it h aa b ?e u closed ; albee
W.v Wi- Bradley, one qf the clever
a?? genial proprietors o? the Abbeville
Press and Banner, and private eecre*
la?tSa^^^^ Anderson and gave os
^Chlf?uot?Lodge, No. 82, Knights of
Pfthias, wflr hold i ts regular conven
tion^?OS?&w evenisg.at ' 7:80 o'clock,
*There aro Several candidates for the
second and^thlrd rank?. AU tho mem
acribara in orderiag the pesto?i* ad
dress of their paper'changed to \>. m
giv? |be|r old address ?a?aU aa theil
new address. Thia will save a?
Iota of trouble and tt^
. last few wcekfe ? have aided very ma*
teru^ly io relieving tho water famine
;?<*y: .?tf??>?iys? "?
to*Vbeet fr^od^hU MJ^^r, aud th<
to ?i?e* t hc^
W o would ngaln remind our County
correspondents to mail their communi
cations so os to reach us Monday
ever'og or Tuesday morning of every
weei This will insure their publica
tion 'lie paper tho same week they
aro <* kitten.
Miss Estelle Beck, of this city, who
is a. student at Winthrop College, has
been selected by the student body of
that college a delegate to tho conven
tion of tiio Student Volunteer Move
ment, which will be held in Nashville,
Tenn., on February 28th.
For several weeks no cotton of any
consequence has' been sold on the
streets of tho city, and the farmers are
either holding for more mor*?v *r do
not need the cash nnd a o keeping
their cotton for future uso. lu c .uer
case it is to their advantage iuimeuscly.
Wo aro iudebted to eur young
friend, lt. Thompson Haynie, of Var
ennes Township, for a hue mess of
spareribs, backbone, etc. Mr. Huynie
is one of the county's most oneruotic
young fnrmers, and, iu addition to his
other supplies, raises some liue pork
ers overy year.
Col. M. P. Tribblo, membor of tho I
boneo of representatives from Audor
son and a candidate for Secretary ot
State, spout a few days in the city dur
ing the past weet- Col. Tribblo is
very popular in Laurens nnd practi
cally everybody is his friend .-Laurens
Advertiser, 10th inst.
The Liberty correspondent of the
Easley Progress says: "J. M. Garrett,
of the Slabtown section of Anderson
County, has purchased B. W. Mc
Whorter's house and lot in town. Mr.
Garrett proposes to move hero ia the
near future to get the bon cdt of our
graded school advantages."
Tho infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. 8. Ramsey dani at their home
in this city last Thursday moming.after
a brief illness. Tho remains were cai>
ried to Williamsto.i and interred Fri
day morning at ll o'clock. Tte be
reaved parents have the sympathies of
all their friends itt their sorrow.
A professor has discovered amona
I some ancient ruins what is supposed
to be the eleventh commandment. The
text of it is as follows: "Emus rof
yltpmorp tseyap uoht aeelnu repap
swen a daer ton tlabs uoht." Tho com
mandment is easily translated by be
ginning at the end of the sentence and
Tho three-year-old son of E. L.
Doggett, of Piedmont, swallowed c
brass rivet last Monday and died ot
strangulation before a physician could
reach him. Mr. Doggett is overseei
of the cloth room ac tho Piedmont
mills, and he and tho devoted mothei
have the sympathies of all their friend)
in their sore ncr ea vc ment.
Lust Wednesday afternoon a negri
boy, about 15 years of age, was acci
dentally killed on li. VV. Pruitt'i
plantation, in Varennes Township
While hauling wood the mule ran awaj
and he was thrown bil', killing him in
stantly. The coroner did not hold ai
inquest, as there was no question as tc
how the boy came to his deatb.
Messrs. B. Frank Mauldin, J. J
Fretwell and B. Harris attended th<
convention of the Southern Cotto>
Association in New Orleans last week
The convention was a big success an<
will result in doing good for the cottoi
producers of the bouth. A fosolotioi
wes adopted demanding 15 cents fo
the portion of the crop now in th
hands of the farmers.
Any subscriber to Tho Intelligence
who taila to receive his paper regular!
will confer a favor on na by notifyin
us at once. Don't wait to nr.ss sev
eral weeks, but report the first pape
missed. It la the object to serve OG
Bub?cribera to tho beat of onrafeUitf
and unless they will let qa know whei
their paper falla to reach them we wi
novet know anything about it.
; Aa.usual at the beginning of the nei
year we are parting company wit
aome of onr "dear delinquen to." Lat?
on we will part company with a fe*
more if they do not pay up. We ar
putting theso delinquents On ot
black list, and we may publish itt
the world at some future day juett
let the people ..nee who are mea
enough to cheat the poor printers ot
of a few dollars.
Mrs. h. C. Ch ambleo died at hi
home in this city on Tuesday, 9th inst
after an illness bf several weeks og?
92 years. On Wednesday morning tl
remains' were carried out to Rober
Church and interred, Rev. J. D. Cha]
man conducting the funeral servicet
Mrs. Chambleo had long been adevx
ted member of the Baptist Church ar
-waa a moat excelleut woman. St
leaves three daughters and many rel:
lives; who have the sympathy of
wide circle of friends in their bereav
A young lady who lives in this ci
waa: told if sue walked down st al
'badiward, ate four sonr apples and
I quart of hickory nota and then sws
' lowed a glass ot water without takii
i breath, ehe^wp?ld dream of her futa
huebau?. Sha irie? i ho n?c?uti?Hiu?j <
Thursday night but was not gratifi
with, her succeed. As fer as prodacit
dreams it was all right, but she .d
clnrwa that abe would not marry t
? man alt? saw in her visions if be wc
a coronet and had more money than
I , Mr. 8. M S h ealey died at bia hoi
in this city hist last Friday morals
after an Illness of several weeks,
the 87th year of his age. Mr. Shoal
waa a member of the city police foy
a most worthy, upright mon and* big
ly esteemed by all of hie friends a
acquaintances. His remains wt
carried to his old home, GranM eviUe,
G., and interred. Officer T. A. Cam
bell accompanied : the remains, wbl
were escorted to the depot by the me
bera ot the city council and pol
force. He leaves a wife and four cb
dren to cheriBh his memory. \
The Dixie Chapter, V D. G., fr
its annual meeting at the home
Mra. Qi Fw T?llyi on Whttner atre
lust Friday afternoon. The folio wi
ofSoerei wero elected to serve tbe em
iogyear: Mrs. J. M. Paget, preside
Mrs. Ruf us -Font, first vice preside
Mrs; Cora Ligon, second vice preside
M ra, A. H. Dagnall, secretary: M
Mary Chapman, treasurer: Misa van
Brown, auditor} Miss Nell Coohr
historian; Mrs. J. Temple, yldg
gleaner. At tho conclusion of thee
sion Mrs. Telly served her guests w
some delicious re!reshmeut?t
P?r??.'Blair drayton and M?a?S?
Gilmer, both popular yoong people
this il ty, agreeably ?u^rised ;U
roany friends on Tuesday evening,
inst., by going ,tb\the; manse of
Fi ra t Presbyterian C burch an d ge tt
married, Rev. 8. J: Cartledge.!
forming the ceremony. ? oi med ia
afterward o tho happy.' couple web
Ma home o?^^^ior^o^ i
vost, where they were tendered an
enjoyable reception. A few fri?
and relatives were present and pan
pated in tho reception. JWr. and ?
Clay tob are highly esteemed by a,?
dro^of^rtw^^hog we join. In
?:;?:;.'W?1STBJ>?--T?'' loan -;- money -Onv:
Estate, v Apply to T. -. Franki Watt
i Attorney at-law, ii uderuooj B, Oi--h|
Copyright 1905 by
Hart Schaffner ?r Mar*
- 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
TS?^ OM ALL
Men's arid Boys' SUITS
Overcoats and Odd Trousers.
Five Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now..I...
Seven Dollar and fifty cents Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now....
Ten Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent oil, now.
Twelve Dollar and fifty cent Overcoats, twenty per cent oil, now....
Fifteen Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now..
Eighteen Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now...............
Twenty Dollar Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now.
Twenty-two-tifty Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now,..
We begin our Semi-Annual Clearance Bale.* Twice a year
we have these Clearance Sales-January and July. It ls not
the policy of this Storo to ssss? Gosds from one season to
"another, so we include every Suit, every Overcoat, every
pair Odd Trousers In our Store in this sale-nothing reserved.
This is a remarkable sale-it is an exceptionable oppor
tunity for you. Our former prices were low for the Goods
offered, and now. at a reduction of Twenty percent, it is cer
tainly an exceptional opportunity for Clothing buyers*
HERE'S WHAT YOU GET :
: : SUITS.
Five Dollar Suite, twenty per cent off, now?.. $4 00
?oven-dollar-and-fifty-ceut Suits, twenty per cent off, now.. 6 00.
Ten Dollar Suits, twenty per cent off, now., 8 00
Twolvo-dollar-nnd-iifly-cent Suits, twenty par cent off, now. 10 00
Fifteen Dollar Suits, twenty per cent off, now. 12 00
Eighteen Dollar Suits, twenty per cent off. now. 14 40
Twenty Dollar Shits, twenty par cent off, now.. 16 00
Twenty'two-dollar*and fifry*cont Suits, twenty per cent off, now...... 18 00
Five Dollar Odd Trousers, twenty per cent off, now. .$4 00
Four Dollar Odd .Trousers, twenty per cent off, now.. 3 20
Three Dollar Odd Trousers, twenty per cent off, now. 2 40
Two Dollar and fifty cents Trousers, twenty per cent off, now......... 2 00
Boys* Knee Trouser Suits.
This h* 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'll find the right
kind of clothes, and all at ft discount of twenty per cent. ." '
One Dollar and fifty ce?ts Boys* Suits, twenty per cent off, now.. ?... .$1 20
Two Dollar Boys' Suits, twenty per cent off, now.1 60
Two-fifty Boys' Suits, twenty per cent off', now.2 ,00
Three Dollar Boys' Suits, twenty per cent, off, now. 2 40
Four Dollar Boya' Suits, twenty per cent off, now*. 3 20
Five Dollar Boya' Suits, twenty per cent off, now.. 4 00
Six Dollar Boys' Suits, twenty per cent off, now. .4 80
The Spot Cash Caiothiers.