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It is with grateful hearts that we return,
thanks to tho Trading Public for the very
liberal patronage accorded ns in the past, and
especially during the year
Which far exceeded any previous year in our
existence, Wo will strive to merit the con??
dence and good will of the people. We will
continue to carry in stock at all times just
such goods as the public may demand at most
re as os a ule prices. We, will not attempt to
enumerate or specialize at this time, as it is
tos well known throughout this section that
ours is a large and carefully assorted stock-of
Has proven successful beyond our expect a
rtion. The Merchants ha/? shown in a very
substantial wa^ thefy appreciation of a First
v ?lass Wholesale Stuck so convenient. ' .
'"Whilei^o,,5?ro truly thankful to every one
? i: who bas^^^ 30Mt-;ito.y^
cece, we'solicit a continued end increased pa
teenage, in 'i^^f^^^00:[ ' \ I^^^^^SH
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24,1906.
YHS COTTOST KABXXT.
There is un epidemic of bad colds
Keep your chimneys burned out dur
Misses Ret and Ellie Dargan, of At
lanta, are in the city visiting Mrs. VV.
O. F. Hammond, of Greenville, has
been spending a few days in the city
Do not fail to make your tax return
to the County Auditor. Tho time ex
pires February '?Otb.
Julius H. Weil and wife, nf Colum
bia, spent last Saturday and Sunday is
the city visiting relatives.
A numbertof the young people of the
city will give a german at the j.-avk
pavilion tomorrow evening.
j Jas. Thompson, of this city, has
been spending a few days in Abbeville
visiting his brother, W. N. Thomp
A local weather prophet says we are
going to have a late spring and an
abondance of rain the balance of the
winter. . .
From the kmc7 ot weather we have
been baving for the past month the
traditional ground-hog must be enjoy
ing his jaap.
Swift Gllmer. of Anderson, B.C.,
was tho guest of bis sister,. Mrs. L- O.
Willifora one day daring last week.
Lay on ia (Ga.) Times.
Married, on Sunday, January 21,
IQOtf, by ly. N. Martin, Magistrate, and
nt his residence, Mr. Louis Brock and
Miss Gena Brock, both of Abbeville
A number of our delinquent sub
scribers called in the post week -and
settled their accounts with Tbe Intel
ligencer. We hope others will come
i in this week and do likewise.
The stock of goods in the Anderson
dispensary has been chcoked up and
snipped to Colombia. Inspector
Nicholle of tho State dispensary came
here, and found everything In good
Several bird hunters have told that
the partridges are too wise for them
tbis winter. At the first shot tired the
covey flies straight to the protection of
the woods or swamps, tho latter pre
Married, on Sunday, January 14,
1000, at the home of the bride's father,
Slr. John Brown, of Pelzer, by Rev.
N. G. Wright, Mr. Vernon Nelson, of
Greenville, and Miss Nettie Brown, of
Pelzer. v ? ?
Frank, the infant son bf W. C,
Rochester, died at the home of his pa
rents in this city last Sunday after
noon after a brief illness. The remains
were carried to Walhalla, th? old home
of the parents, and interred. ~ ~
Onir former townsman, W. Beattie
Gossott, cf Quincey, Fia.? who is visit
ing relatives at Wi Uiomston, was in
tho city yesterday andgave us a pleas
ant eau. His many old friends in the
city were delighted to greet him.
A few bales of . cotton are seen on
tho streets of the city occasionally,
i The pri?e of the aten?a is *msj& is
creaamg, ana it is g>fw?rally believed
cow that it wiUreaenlSeentsa pound
by the opening Of the spring season.
. It is now probable that Anderson
will in the near futuro have a modern
and handsome postofilco building.
The committee in the'-United States
Senate has reported favorably the bili
appropriating 875.000 for ouch a build*
lng. . . . J IM |f.?
At the meeting of the City Council
last I week : two new policemen were1
added to the force. They are W. B.
King and Van B. Marlin. Mr; King I
has served on the force before. Heia
0 fc?et 7 inches high, and tips the scales
at 430pounds. \. ' .
'. The . street car company during tho
past year hauled 605.953 passengers,. an
excellent re cord i n dee ti for an enter
prise yet in it's i n fancy. The com
Sany's iirst year> was' art excellent one
onncinlly, a dividend of 10 per cent
having been declared in December. ? "
Coi. John MV Patrick, assistant ad
jutant and inspector - general, .was
brought horco from Columbia a week
ago seriously ill, and remained in an
unconscious condition for several days.
He is now slightly improved, and we
join bia many friends in wishing him a
speedy recovery. . .. y \
3, It on that day the ground hog sees
his s bAdo w tradi t ? ?S say s that he Wfll
stay out oi ??o hole ana winter will be
Ot^r I?*be tf*y be .isltodym'4.tc!?~
1 ???? & hic. ?ole. which
, .will indicate that there is some wintry
weather yet to come.
-Onr veneTObie friend,;**r.1 8.v;T.
Wy?tfe of BotoSh* CrwJt Township, has
been spending & few days in tho city
visiting his eon and gavo EB an appre
ciated calL. : ?Xhdersoh ?om>ty ^bas no
aore worthy, uiuight citizen than Mr.
j:'.; This week we rec??vsd several mar
Albert Peehuff and family, of Ander
son County, have moved to Oconee to
mako their home. Stir. Peehuff and
eon, W. A. Peehuff, have purchased
land in the Ebeneser section, but aro
cultivating- other lauds thia year. We
welcome them to Oconee. 1 bia county
ia attracting many new citizens irotu
other sections, and we aro glad to note
theinflux of good, nubs tun ti al farinera
to cur midst. There ia plenty of room
and a hearty welcome for all.-Keowee
A aaio ol' tho Anderson Telephono
company to tho Southern Bell com
pany baa buen made, subject to ratifi
cation by the city council. Tho mat
ter came up tor consideration ut a re
cent special meeting of the council
and it. was deferred uutil the tegular
February meeting for tiuul action.
The Belt people wish to have an en
tirely new franchise granted them in
stead of having to operate under the
preseut franchise of the local com
Mr. Ira A. Giles, formerly of thia
city, was married in Charleston Jfon
day afternoon to JS?iss Lucile Mucken
f usa. The morrl age was a pretty home
affair, witnessed by a few friend* and
relatives of the young couple. After
the ceremony they left for New York,
from which port they will sail for
Panama. Mr. Giles has a responsible
position In the canal eervice on tho
isthmus. He is a bright and promising
youngman, the eon of J. M. Giles, of
A warm wave, which scores the
highest record in temperature in Janu
ary in a long time, prevailed through
out this section last Sunday and Mon
day. On the latter day there was con
siderable rain with much lightning and
thunder, and in the afternoon about 5
o'clock a storm visited this section,
blowing down fences, twisting limbs
off of trees and doing other damage.
The heat was oppressive for January.
For several hours during tho day the
thermometer varied around 70 degrees.
The pnblio roads are bad in many
sections of the county and farmers ex*
perienoe much difficulty in getting
into Anderson on account of the heavy
and muddy roads. In some sections
the roads are sa'd to be in worse con
dition now than thev have been for
several years, and the condition will
not be relieved until there is clearing
weather and plenty of sunshine to dry
out the roads. The same condition
also exists on some of the streets of
tho city, especially those that were
graded last summer.
Kev. J. D, Budds, formerly rector of
the Catholic Church in thia oity, who
now lives in Charleston, spent a tew
days in the city last week. Recently
he haa returned from nn extended
visit to Europe, and on Friday even
ing ho delivered a moat Interesting
lecture in the Opera House on "Glitnp
8esbf Europe." He was greeted by a
large audience and every person
present was highly entertained. Some
of his friendB are anxious for him to
visit Anderson again in the near fu
ture and repeat his lecture.
Tho Keowee Courier of the 10th
inst., says: Mrs. N. L. Font left la?t
Friday morning for Atlanta, Ga,,
where she went for the purpose of
having an operation performed in the
throat of her little son, Gordon. We
learn the operation was successfully
performed on Monday morning by Dr.
Crawford, a specialist on the treatment
of diseases of Ute throat, eye, ear and
nose, since which time the little suffer
er has been doing na well as could be
oxpeoted, considering the severity of
the operation. We hope the child will
soon be res toi ed to perfect health and
will grow np Btrong and robust." The
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. - Fant in
Andessori will regret to hear of their
little son'o affliction.
Miss Ella Webb, the third daughter
Qt W. G. Webb, lin ss ii sr como in
Varen neo Township on Saturday
morning, io tu inaf She bad been in
feeble health, and confined tarbor bed
for some time, but bad recovered
sufficiently to be up again, when abe
waa taken Ul suddenly, and died in a
few bonn. Miss. Webb waa 81 years
of age and a moBt excellent -young
lady, whose death ia deeply regretted
by a wide circle of friends and rela
tives. She had aince ber girlhood been
? devoted member of the Varennea
Presbyterian Church. On Sunday af
ternoon, 14th inst., the remains were
laid to rest in the FTat Keck ' Church
yard, Rev;S. J. Cartledge, di* this city,
conducting the 'funeral . services. A
devoted father, five' atsters and one
brother are left to cherish her mem.
Mts. Carrie Lon tr died at the home
of her brother, E. Baakin Hall, in
Varennea Township, last Friday even
ing, in tho 72nd year of ber age. . Mrs.
" orig lived at the Orr mill with her
in, and shoot three weeks ago went
down ie visit*-?er brother. In attempt
ing to get ou? of the bogg/ upon her
?I arr i val tb ero ehe a o ciden tal ly fell and
was seriously injured, and she gradual
lygrew worse until death relieved her
of nor sufferings. Mrs. Long was the
J ?fidow bf the late Henry long, and
[ leaves seven children, all of whom ate
gr?wu, to cheri sh. her_ memory. She
waa a most excellent christian woman
abd bad 1 on g been a oe voted member
of the Baptist Church. On Saturday
afternoon her remains were interred
in the Croea Roads C h o rc hy ar d at
Starr, in the presence of a large con
gregation of relatives aad friends.
The health- Of our people is very
good, except Mian Mary 'Blackman,
who is very sick at the borne of ber
Murried, on December 27tb, 1005, by
Bey> Si T.: Blackman, J.Mr. J. B.
' man and Misa Lula Keasler. The
ts were Sam Smith and'Misa
.?* wo dmi th. G aa Kessler and Miss
uta Smith, John Kothrock and Miss
"aesoll, Jos. Holloa and Misa
nKfc ? Wail? Mis? Maude
piayed the wedding march
ile ' came and stood under a
arch of evergreon. After
imonv they were invited into a
.patona dinner. Tho brid? r?cur
; man y nlce^reaente. V
rho farmer? are beginning to $x for
nice, houses for their renters.
PB0D?ST OF MILLS,
iroduot in ODO day -of tba milla Of
^.Itniftioes graat works ls
"m ; e^w^^b^?^y? vdtb^
In VMS tblriy yearr f- several million
bouses painted with. L. ds M..
"Ti & M. costa about fl 20 per gall?n.
Tafee Advantage of This
WI Jilli U U?1JJJJ
Before the Bargains are Gone.
Copyright 1905 by ,# .
i'wt Schaffner dr? Marx jg
Come in to ?day while there's good picking *nd your size is here. The exceptional
vaines announced by ns since the beginning of thin Sale have brought hosts of eager^psrer^
who have bought for present service as well as for the future* Each day sees "ttSTbest'
Bargains being picked out, so you had better hurry.
If yon have never worn ousi Clothing, this is a good timet? get acquainted wif?i it
AT TJT2?& COST.
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This Tells How Much Yon Gan Save?
$5.00 Suits and Overcoats,'twenty per cent off. now $4.00
per cent off, now $6.00 ?
mr cent off, now $8.00> , ^
12.50 Suits and Overcoats, twenty pol*' cent off, now 10.00'
15.00 Suits and Overcoats, twontv-per cent off, now 12.00*
20.00 Suits and Overcoats, twenty^Sp cent off, now 16.00'
22.50 Suits and Overcoats, twenty per cent off, now 18,00 ?
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offer 20 per cent discount also on-*
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