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.'Jii Et Vmd you need right uow, at Profit-Shariog Prices.
36 inch Percale Remnants.at 5c
?O and 15 inch White Lawn.at 15c
oO indi While Lawn.at 10c
>7 inch Pique.at 15c
27 inch Check Muslin.at 5c
2 7'Ju eb Ginghams.nt 10c
N e w Lot of ?ilksT
At 50c, 75c and 81.00 yard.
36 inch Black Taffeta (guaranteed).at 89c
Embroideries and Inserting;?,
In 2i to 6i yards. Prices 5c, 8?c, 10c, 15c, 25c yd.
Other New Goods priced as reasonable.
3e sure you see 'em. You pay more elsewhere.
Stop in and "buy ii for less."
Cole's Universal Guano
More of thia etyle of Distributors are sold than all others combined.
We'call attention to the many points of superiority found in the- Cole Dis
tributor. The WHEEL and HOPPER aro strongly made and well braced.
3h? A'hed is made of seasoned timber, two-ply cross grained, cement nailed
and held firmly by two flanges and three bolts. The FEED KNIVES have
esr* peculiar pattern and arrangement for the best results. The GUT-OFF
m of unproved design and is controlled b? a lever In easy reach ot the opera
tor. This Lever ia in rear of Hopper and protected by the handles. The
GUAGE is positive, accurate and easy to set. The whole machine is a splen
did example of accurate and intelligent; workmanship.
The Cole Universal Planter, No. 7.
Our Universal Planter is * merrel of simplicity and effioieucr. No
omer Planter over invented will do sm equal variety and quality ot* work,
this Planter has the best Guano Bower yet made. It will distribute with
jesfect regularity any quantity from 25 to 600 pounds to the acre. It does'
mot work up the guano into o sticky mass, but it forces out continuously just
l&e quantity wanted. It surprises and delights the operator by the smuth,
unvarying action and ita great simplicity.
This is truly a Universal Planter. At one trip this Planter sows guano
aaa plants in the most perfect manner - cotton, cora, peas, peanuts, sorghum t
?sartal oupe, beans and similar seeds. It works weil on land broken flat or
a^?? fluges. Do not drag off ridges or open a farrow for this Planter-it is
a waste of time, for this Planter will do ail this1 at tho same time and run
easier than any other Planter. , ' V
Tho Colo Universal Planter is simple, durable and thoroughly practical.
Sha depth, distance and quantity of seed aro catty adjustable.
* It plants cotton hotter than any other Planter, it plants oom toter than
a^oor&e^anier. It ? the only combination planter " that plants peanuts
It ia tho greafosfc labor-saving and money-making Planter you can buy.
li IB the cheapen Planter on ?Arth.
We guarantee satisfaction to any responsible farmer who will give our
llant?n a fair trial ' We know that Cole Planters are tho beat on tho mar
faft? A trial will convinco you.
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?of?fli? Seed??al, xa??t and ail Mn?s ofFertilizers
. COFFEE. lO^JOO.
r Bes* grades for least money.
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A'KDNESDA?, I*'KM. 7, VJM.
At Hymen's Aliar.
Tho Americus Min.) Times*Recorder
of Wednesday, ?lHt ult., contained tho
following marriage notice, which will
be read with interest hy the friends of
tho groom, who in a native of Ander
don and who has many frierda and
relative H living here:
"At nigh noon yesterday, ut tho resi
dence of tho bride's mother, Mrs. Em
ma Parramore, 221 Jackson street, Mies
Lena Parramore and Mr. Guy Daniela
were united in marriage. The inter
eating ceremony wan performed by
lb-v. O. P. Gilbert, pastor of Firat
lt?pi int church, and witnessed only hy
ivlutivcH ct tilt? brid? ami tironui.
The announcement ol' tiie nup'ials was
received with pleasurable mirpriao and
the happy couple have rince been Uie
recipients ot sincerest congratula
Mr. Dauiele, a well-known jeweler
of Newberry, S. C., cunio to Atuericua
recently upon a visit to hi? brother,
Mr. S. A. Duniels, ami thus met the
beautiful young woman who on yester
day he claimed as his bride. Mies
Parramore was one of the most admir
ed young ladies of the city, her beauty
and ?race huving long nU ce made her
a favorite in the ttociul rcAim, and her
marriage is an occasion ot much inter
est here. After a few di-ys Mr. and
Mrs. Daniels will go to Thomas vi He
upon a visit to his brother, going
thence to their home in Newberry to
Mrs. Jane Stewart Calhoun, the
eldest child of Christopher aud Martha
McCann Orr, born at Cray ton ville An
derson District, South Carolina, on
the twenty-first day of October, 1820,
elster of Governor Orr and Mrs Geo.
J. W. Miller, ot Sooth Carolina, and
of Dr. H. C. Orr and Judge Orr, of
Mississippi, and widow of Dr. W. H.
Calhoun, with whom she intermarried
on the 18th of July, 1837, died ot the
family home in Lee County, Miss.,
where she has resided nix tv years, on
Friday at 8:80 p. m., the 10th day of
January, 1000, in the eighty-sixth year
of her age.
She was taken with pneumonia on
Monday, the 15th. On Tuesday, the
Kith the symptoms were not alarming.
On Wednesday danger waB apparent
and the irritation of the lungs caused
her to pass a restless night. On Thurs
day, the 10th, it waa quite perceptible
that she was nearing the oed. Uer
brother, Judge Orr, the only relation
or acquaintance of her childhood now
living, eat on the bedside holding and
tenderly caressing her band; her son,
daughter, grand-daughter and other
friends looking with tearful solicitude,
seemed to braco her for the ordeal
through which she was to pass.
Her grand-daughter. Miss Lucia
Taokoraly; who had been her daily
companion through the last ten years
of her declining life and one ox her
greatest aolace and comforts, stood by
with streaming eyes and quivering lip
asked bert "Grandma, tell me once ?
more you love me, and if I ever griev
ed yon, won't yon forgive me." She i
took her hand and in toses ci deepest ?
i. flection replied : "You know I have 1
alway* loved you as mj own child.
1 could not love you more than 1 do.
You nave been the darling of my
heart. Yon have ol voy a been so faith
ful that your Hie has been a blessing
to me. There is nothing to forget or
forgive. 1 want yon to be- a good
Christian and meet mein Heaven. 1
shall be the first to welcome you there.
Do your duty ss you have always done,
and try to aid in guiding the other
m era bore ot the family in the right
Sha then turned her eyes heaven
ward and prayed fervently. "Ob, my
Father, bless my dear-children. Cor*
nelia and John, and my grand-ehild,
Lucia, and each of my ot her gr?ud
shildren, and Father hies* each one in
thia room, and ali ?>? my II*4KI b ?ra.
aivo thom grace, pardon their MUD,
iud safe the precious nun la of each
jue. I thankTbte Holy Fa-her for!
thy great mercies to me. Thoa hast !
bern good to me hil along these years
i>f my life. Thon has heard my prayer
md Thou wilt hear me now.* bbe
ihen repeated lines from different
ouching spirituel hymns? so many of
which she was familiar with, closing !
iv i th the verso from A ns using Grace :
And when this flesh and heart shrill
. And mortal life shall cease
[ shaU poeaeaa within the veil *
A lifo *>f joy and peace.?
Thoo closing her prayer, ene opened
&er eye? and with angelic expression
ixelflfowsd: "There ia net a> cloud be
tween nod my Saviour. Jeana ia with
ne. He ie here! His rod and staff do
:c m fort and auataln mo in thia valley
>f death." Thea clasping ber hands ,
in tones almost Divine, exclaimed. ]
.Glory to God in the Highest, Hal-1
ul oj ah," and on that moment of rap
turous and transpo: tin*? bliss, she closed
?sr taree never a gala to open them on
ibo faces of loved one? or the. seen ea
>n earth and soon the Hc?von Jy^a 11oa -
lanta in invisible chariots transported
?he depai ting aalnt to Him who S held !
c waiting the crown of righteousness
>reparod for those who love Bis ap
pearing. I< ..
The funeral services were held at
Palmetto Church on Sunday. January
Hs% and the edifice waa filled with
lorrowmg frlenda end neighbors. The
Christian character of Mrs. Calhoun
ssa beautifully drawn by the Kev. Mr.
Manningham, and a more sympathetic
ludi?nos never assembled io that
innren, a large portion of which waa ia
oars, and unmistakable evidence waa
liaplaycdof the high regard in whick
he waa ?o?d by her neighbors .
At 13 o'clwk all ?hat was <$arUly of
hie noble woman waa ?aid to rest by
he aida of he* husband. _.
Columbus, Mise. A Friend.
A Great ftrtViw.
Elsewhere we- gator' dr? advertise-,
nent of th? F.8. ?er Guano Co.
io? call the attet ,~-v. of onr readers
o the ftatte, Tn? Boyoter fertiliser
>eople ore the largest ol the indenen*
lent manufacturer? remaining Theas
people have had a moat s?<?!2devf al suc
ias* to their eales. "Faraefe Bone"
s their leading brand pf cotton fer
Uiser. end we are, told that Ita syd?
> too* a * that of any other Bingle brand
>f ferulfcer sold In the South. Owing |
JO the fact that they uso usn for em
nontates, their gooda are popular
?very where they aro sold. They ?
thelra to be the original flab guano.
They have large works at Norfolk,
Va.. Tarboro.N. u-two factories io
?Ottth Csrolh^ and1 one at Macon.
3a., and their goods aro on salo io
nearly every town in the Sonth where
fertiiftora aro uaed. Our readera will,
lind it to their interest to consider I
Koystyr fertilizer before making tneir
purchases. , a .", ' ' '^'?fjjffi"
Have aron ' baan troubled with' broket*
H? raxvasivncnriv llVJ'JSJj
An Old Confederate Passes Over Tl e (
.Mr. Du vid Lowie died suddenly on
tho plant H (i i HI of Mr. Jame? A. Uni loy
on Tufhday night, January SO, UKX?.
ii? waa perhaps seventy years old.
Ho eerved through the war between
tho States from early in '02 until tho
surrender, a? a member of tue Second
South Carolin;', Hilles. L" avo Lowis
had hi? faults and hie virtues un well.
Tho writer knew him well on field and
in camp, and can truthfully any he
was a prompt and ellicient soldier,
bravo to reckless daring, lio waa one
soldier than actually "toted his own
skillet" through tho war, and brought
it homo with him. And that skillet
, has since "the cruel war wa* ovei"
dono duty in his kitchen. Up to a low
years ago, Mr. Lewin woro a blue Yan
kee overcoat in cold weather iliac bo
captured on a battlefield. His envir
onments WM o not ot the best, nor was
his life, but in the bloody days of the
"60s lio willingly rinked it against any
odds in d?fense of his country. Soft
bo tho bud and sweet thy slumber, old
comrade, till Gabriel's bugle blast
shall wake tho echoes of the resurrec
lion morn.-Hartwell (Ga) Sun.
Corner Creek Comments.
One mouth of the new year has pa?*
ed by, and it seems a very short time
since tho holidays of 1005. January
was a rainy month around here, al
though a very mild one. Homo daye
seemed like springtime. Our people
have not mado much progress toward
farming, bat in the coarse of a few
more v/eoko, if tbe weather permits,
something will be doing, lt is our
opinion that the cotton acreage will
not exceed that of last year. We
trust it won't, The present prices
should not increase the acreage.
Rev. D. W. Hiott delivered en ex
cellent sermon Sunday, to a good au
dience at Barker's Creek. Ho is a
aplended speaker and seems to be
filled with the spirit.
Wheat and oats are doing well these
days, owing to the warm woathor dar
ing the month of January. There is
not much wheat sown around here, aa
it seems it don't pay very much to sow
here of late.
Our farmers are still holding on to
their cotton, and will doubtless cling
to it for awhile yet, as the price don't
seem to advance enough for them.
This is election year, and, as usual,
wo will no doubt have to contend with
a lot of the dear fellows. We some
times wish there were offices enough
created to give them all office, but,
however, they get used to defeat, and
in two years are again ready to try the
Wistar Bigby, one of our energetic
fa rm o ru, has recently presented him
self with a lovely piano. YOB, and be
is a bachelor!
, The members of the Barker's Creek
Church will soon have their graveyard
fenced in with wire, which is certainly
a commendable net. Other churches
should do likewise. There areno vis
itors in this section nod we have no
sickness of a serious natale. Tbe
weather is fine and every one is busy.
Suicide ieValdosia, Ca.
Vol doa ta, Qa., February 5.--After
preaching to a large congr?gation yes
terday morning, the Rev. J. G. Mor
ton, a leading Baptist minister is this
section of Georgia, went nome, at?
dinner and shortly afterwards com
mitted suicide by leaping in to. an un
used well a short distaros from borne, a t
Before leaning into the well Mr. Nor- | <
ton tied abont his neck a piece of iron
weighing 100 poonda. \
The body was not discovered until
today. By chanco his son looked into
the old weil and saw the object. The
son waa lowered there and found -that
the objeet was the body of bis father.
In his sermon on Sunday My. Nor
ton dwelt mach on tho uncertainty of
life, and urged tho congregation to. bo
ready for the final sommons.' His
closing sentence was: "Prepare to meet,
thy God." .? >5: .
Mr. Norton bad accumulated a mod
est fortune, and lt is supposed that ho
became afflicted with a sudden aberra
. Big Satoof Fox Hounds.
Wei-crater, Mass., February 4 -Per*
ry W. Smith has add bis entire pack
of fox hounds? thirty -rn att. ana re
ceived ihe highest pri?e overpaid, io
America: ai least, for a pack of fox
boonda, 82,800. Tho buyer is John P.
Townsend, master of for hoonda, of
Orange County Hunt, of Goshen, N.
Y., and also master of the Pialas
Hunt, of Virginia. ' - v ^ ;
In the inventor? were Included GOV
eral puppies that bav? Upi jot pot their
noao to the ground, for which an aver
age price of 150 was obtained., For
tbe crack hounds of the pack, Sinner,
Spic. Sam, Simple and 8m, Mr. Smith
received several hundred dollaro each.
1 The sale incl odes the fourteen hounds
with which Mr. Smith beat A. Henry
Higgins pack ot English hounds io
*. Tat l^^^^l^mWi^M ?
Gentlemen:- ^ '' K \
We want tb donata some X*,& M. Paint ?
to voor church whenever they paint. - A$ J
Tho largest Msthodlst church In Geor- '
usual kind of paint, they only V9<od 32 I
gaUoiu^i* * li. mixed with 24 gallons ,
8?r, S, O.; P. L. Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
-i. ,V ? ? ?II- m UMIII.'I ' '.i/
. ri ?oawsat th? 1 ?ssl ft nano ihnif j nialia
manbiaotorea, nay? -Oms" from Hui
ltvsn Hdw. Co, /^?H iS?lllK
d*n**r, aa it corrscts irregularities v?d
U?'LV.;. ? oar? '^j??^:0Lt^m^m
!..''.* "I am only M years old and doe?* ex
You aro Afflicted With Headache,
Sick Stomach, Nervousness, Diz
ziness or Eye Strain it Will Pay
Yen to Read the Conditions Offered
In This Item.
There ls not a reader of tbe Intelligent
:er who baa not beard .of some one who
ia? not boen on red of some of tbe above
maladies by tbe use of properly fitted
?hii,?;<?". To every reader of tbia paper
Dr. Glytnpb makes tbe f< llowlng offer:
put Ibis out and KO to Dr. Qlympb, the
ayo apeolallat, ha7e your eyes examined
?nd after ascertaining tbe price of a pair
3f Rlaases suited to the coudltlon of your
ayes aud prescribed In your case, present
this notice and you will bo given ono
dollar (rom 'Mo original purchase price.
Tboro is absolutely no sohom9 or catch
In ttiiH offer, as be cannot tell until after
you have had your eyes ezamiuod and
selected tho style of glasses and price
them, whether or not you hold one of
thf'Hu contr?ete. If you select a three
dollar pair of glasses and present thia
notice you simply save one dollar on the
transaction by paying only two dollars
for tho outfit; no matter what the prices
of the glasses are you save one dollar by
bein? a subscriber to The Intelligencer
and holding this contraer.
This offer will expire Thursday, Febru
ary I.V. h.
Call on Sullivan Hdw. Co. and eco
their "Blue Ridge" Harrow. Thia la the
best Implement of tbs kind on the uar
kct. Thia Harrow can be need as a Min
gle or double stock, as well as a three
tooth cultivator. It is strongly built
and will do perfect work.
Pirattag Felsy's Hoaey and Tar.
Foley ?fe Co., Chicago, originated Hon..
oj- and Tar aa a throat and lung remedy,
and on account of the great merit and
popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar
many Imitations are offered for the gena?
Ine, These worthless Imitations have
ii m ll ar sounding name?. Beware of
them. The genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar iain a yellow paokage. Ask for it
nnd refuse any substitute. It ls tbe be?t
remedy for coughs and colds. Evana
A foll s tock of hiuh-grade Bridles is
carried by Sullivan Hdw. Co. :,
A Traolo Finish.
A watchman's neglect permitted a
Isak In the great North Saa dyke, which
a child's floger could have stopped, to
become a ruinous break, devastating an
Bntlro province of Holland. In like
manner Kenneth Mciver, of Vdnoeboro,
Me., permitted a little cold to go un
noticed until a tragic finish was only
averted by Dr. King's New Discovery.
Uo writes: "Three doctors gave me up
to die of lung inflammation, cansed by a
neglected cold; but Dr. King's New Dis*
?very saved my life." Guaranteed best
sough and cold cure, at Orr, Gray & Co's
irng store. 60o and fl.OO. Trial bottle
No more trouble from the broken
Hame Btrings if you have Sullivan Hdw.
Co's. Chain Hame Fastoners.
MONEY TO LOAN--A tow ~-.nsend
lollara to lend on Laud for olienta.
pl? to B, F, Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Thia ls to oertlfy that all druggists are
authorised to refand your money if
Foley's Honey and Tar nula to oura your
tooan or cold. It stope the cough, beale
the longa and prevent? serious results
from a cold. Cures la grippe cough and
srersats pnessac?la and consumption,
jontalos no opiates. The genuine is ia a
rc-JIoT pee?^ge. Hellsse s?bsMtntas.
If yon wish to borrow money without
Inlay, and without red tape, on easy
erma see A. H. Bagnall, Attorney.
"?m no in Posto Ses Building. 7
v; A Hardie.
a troubles to contend wita, epriug from
t torpid liver sud blockaded -bowels, un
dsB you awaken them to their proper
?don wita Dr, King's New Life Fifi*;
Irr, Gray A Co'o. drug etoro.
American -ifield Fence la tho strongest,
vest and chcap?? Wo* eu Wire Fence ou
he market. '/Thia Fence ia sold by Sm*
Ivan JSfiyupe.^ ;.. ?)>.; / <. , / .
fwsBty Voap Battle.
"I was a loser In a twenty year battle
CREAT CUT PRICE
?LIJkRANCE SALE !
Our Stock of Seasonable Merchandise at a great sacrifice.
Former unusual Bargains and Prices almost cut in half. We
have thrown together for this sale a bunch of Bargains that
surpass anything ever offered to the buying public of Ander
son. Everything exactly as advertised.
Remarkable Bargains in our Notion Department.
60 dozen Missed' Ribbed Hose, special for this sale. 5o
40 dozen Miesen' Black Ribbed Hose, value 10c, this sale... ?. 7?}o
25 dozen Ladies' Fleece-lined Hose, valua 15c, this sale........ 10o
35 dozen Ladies' Heavy Gray Hose, value 10c, this sale... .Tic
10 dozen Ladies' Wool Fascinators, value 25c. this sale. ...........?.? 20c
Our- entire line of Children's Kuli Caps and Baques.. ...*>?....at Cost
A few Ladies' Sweaters, all colors, to close out. .at Cost
Entire line of Men's, Women's and Children's Knit Underwear..... .at Coat
100 extra tine Cotton Comforts, value 91.50, this sale.. .*?...?........ 98c
50?dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, value 5e, this salo. 2io
25 full size white Counterpanes, value 90o, speoial aalejprice. .......... 69e
500 dozec* white Pearl Buttons, speoial for thia sale................... 4o
Extraordinary Bargains in Bry Soo&
10 pieces 54 inch all-wool Sacking, value 75o, this aale... ? ........... 50c
8 pieces Mohair Fancies for Waists, speoial sale pri<?a. 25c
10 pieces 50 inch Mohair, all colors, value T5o, op scia I salo pried ...-?>, ? 50o
Oar entire line of Flannelettes and Cutings to be sold at
. . , COST daring thia sale. .
1000 yards Cannon Cloth just received, worth 16c, special price. 10o
1500 yards new Spring Dress Ginghams, value 12|o, sala price........ ? 10c
Embroideries and Ladies' Muslin Underwear Sale.
Just received our new Spring lino of Ladies' Muslin Underwear and
Embroideries, which will be placed on sale at less than manufacturer's colt.
Ocr entire line of Ladies' Waists, Skirts and Jackets almost given away
at thia sale.
Great Bargains in our Shoe Department for this Sale.
500 palra Ladies' fino Dongola Shoes, value GI.50, thia sale...........
350 pairs Ladies' extra fine Dongola Shoes, valua 82.50, this sale..? ...81,60
250 pairs Harrisburg's celebrated "Popular?a" Qhoea for Women, value
82.50, this salo... 2.00
200 pairs Men's genuine Vid Bluchers, value 2.00, this sale.... ..... * 1.48
250 pairs Men's %*Talk-About1' Shoes in all leathers, special sale price* ?>. 2.00 |
Our entire Une of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing, Hats
and Furnishing Goods ai less than cost of
_ production during this isle.
SS ? ^T""!"".?-II i i i i i i i i II ! M I ? i i.^ II mmemm
Ho Goods charged to any one. Oar terms are strictly
oash. Bo not ask for credit.
Youri for Easiness, '"
FRED. G. BEOWN, Pres. ond?rcas. J ' . .Bi-ft*;Si*ATJEDm,:yios>-^'!VJT
A. SC PAKMBB, Secretary. '
DOTERS ' AND- SELLERS OF
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Our facilities for handling your property are perfect, as
we are larg? advertisers all over the eonflr|^|^^t.:r'n0ir
oining Counties, and ownexa of.Harm^ lands in th? Fledzaont
; w? are in a position to mako qtuck and sa^f??^ry. sales.
Howls tfc? te ^ ?
darill proceed at one? to give attention to. all. properties en? \
Address all communications to J. Q. Cuffimingsy Sale?
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