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It is with grateful hearts that we return
thanks to the Trading Public for tho very
liberal patronage accorded us in the past, ?*nd
especially during the year
Which far exceeded any previous year in our
existence? We will strive to merit tbs confl
dence and good will of the people. We will
continue to carry in stock?t ail times just
such goods as the public may demand at most
reasonable prices. We will not attempt to
enumerate or specialize at this timo? as it is
too well known throughout, this section that
ours is a largo and carefully assorted stock of
jg ', ; : i!
I ;; Department
B| Has proven succesaful beyond cur sxpacta
? tiohV The Merchants have shown in a very
fl Cines wholesale Stock e? convenient. '
S While wo are truly thankful to ovoiy on?
fl who has contributed in the least to our sue
g| cess, we solicit a .continued and increased pa
fl '^^^^^^ Wishing " .'>,
^?IOx^BA?iB AND RETAIL MBROH?Wif?,
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1906.
C. F. Green ia viaiting bia mother in
Col. Alex McKee, of Greenville, baa
been spending a few cloys in tho city.
Miss Cena Sy unies, of Greenville,
baa been visiting relativea in tho city.
The City Connell has extended tho
time for paying city taxes to April
W. P. Dur?t, a well known business
man of Greenwood, waa in the ein
Herd Newell, ono of Clemsons stu?
dents spent Saturday and Sunday with
home f alka.
Let progress be in the minda and
hearts of every man who calls Ander
son hlr home.
Hov. S. T. Blackman, of Piedmont,
was in the city Monday and gave ?s an
Miss Daisy Vandiver, of Belton,
spent a few days in the city last week
Mrs. T. C. Poora, of near Belton,
was in the city last Friday doing her
Miss Mary Parker has returned to
Abbeville after a visit to friends and
relatives in the city.
Miss Mary Lewis, of Belton, has
been spending a few days in the city
with Miss Clara Lewis,
E. D. Sallenger, traveling represen
tative of the News and Courier, spent
a day in the city last week.
The farmers in this section are much
farther advanced with their work than
usual at this season o* tho year.
G. H. Bailes has gone to wv north
ern markets to buy nts stock of goods
, for the spring and sommer trade.
J. li. Boes, of the Morrow-Basis Co..
has gone to New York to buy his
spring and summer stock of gooda.
Ex Sheriff William Bolt, of Ander
son, is on a vioit to his son, Dr. J. L.
Bolt, in Fickens.-Pickens Sentinel.
Hrs. Dr. J. C. Harris has been
spending a few days in Due West vis
iting her mother and other relatives.
Sol. Leaser and Mrs. Josie Seligman
are in New York buying a stock of
spring and summer gooda for Lesser &
The rural carriers report the roads
as greatly improved since the good
weather set in, but awfully roneii in
Woe is always with - us. The coal
pile may last till warm weather sets
in, but then the ice bills will com
mence, j ;.
The fruit Lu H not been hurt in this
section by the freezes of th? past week,
bocause it was not far enough ad
Cur clever friend, S. T. McCullough,
who has been living in the city a few
months, has r?turned to his old home
rt GUV loo;
Kev. J. T. Mann will preach at Flat
Hock If?Dt?st Chnrciu in Yfirssncs
Township-, next Sandfly, 11th inst., at
Oiuuciva.au : '
? E. E, Smith and W. ?, McDowell
have gone to Los Angol?s, Cal., v/here
they have accepted positions with an
electric raMfray., ?^^,f??
V.r. AS. Farmer has purchased the
beautiful residencie of Mr. A. G. Meaue,
on NorthJIain street. The price paid?
we nr,e informed, was $?,w?? ,. t.( - i
We have noticed number of far
mers ' already baying corn and- bay.
Thia is a foad aigu and certainly Indi
cates hard timea for somebody. *
Cotton goods bav? advanced in price
.in the last few week*. This will be
welcome news to all of our people who
are interested in cotton mills. .
Married, o? Monda*-. Fehn??**** '
IG?&yby Rev. N. ?G. Wright, at Pelser,
Mr. Mack .sSelly and Miss Martha
Hinsoa, both of Anderson County. s '.
James H. Maxwell, who holds a po
sition aa postal 'clerk between Atlanta
n?d. Charlotte, has been, spending a
few days in the city with relatives.
'.; Aa exchange, says the progressive
young man -now shaves, o?r. his mus
t'xhe.while the email boy baa his bair
eli on wi ?!n?A as th? this. ~UI al'oTT.
It baa been suggested that a dog cen
sus bo taken ia Anderson County. It
would result in swelling the school
fund or decreasing the canine popula
tion. ra;ra -ra > ,;
. Mies Helen Cater left last week for
Philadelphia and New York to buy tho
spring and summer stock of millinery
and dress gooda for Osborne & Ptor
?00. , . /':?:] . . * '
Toe railroad yard*? and sidetrack! in
the city are crowded with freight cars
which indicates that a great deal of
freight ia being shipped to A oder ?on
JUStBOff. '. . : : .
Judge Geo. E. Prince ia spending a
fewdaye st homo, Hehns jaefc finish
ed a term of court at Now berry, bia
preeent assignment being to tho sev
enth circuit. ; ' ra, v :.
^Mls? B?by Gilmer, of Anderson, Is
the charming end attractive gaeat
of her alater, Mrs. L. O Williford, ott
Spa tb Vickery street tola week .~La
! -O: O?^yaoh??general superintend*
pt?fc? FftsM ss
cept# the poStfonof sjpertnts^dJSt
Monday was ealesday bat there wer?
no publio sales und outy u ?mall crowd
came to tho rity. Tho favtnera are too
busy preparing for their spring plant
ing to como to the city often now.
Thos. C* Watt, cf DeQuecn, Ark.,
baa been spending u tow days tho past
week iu this county, his former hoiue.
visiting relatives and friends, all of
whom were delighted to greet bini,
Anderson County never has many
delinquent tax payera, and County
Treasurer Payne toll? us that there
wilt oo about tho usual number this
year. The books will ctoso on tho 10th
Mr. and MIB. W. H. Keeso have re
turned irons a bridal trip of two w?eka
to Now York. A reception viii bo
tendered them tonight at the home of
Mrs. M. E. Keese, on South Main
Dr. Jas. Y. Fair, of Savannah, will
??reach the baccalaureate sermon at the
clemson College commencement in
Jane, and Dr. E. B Craighead, presi
dent of Talana University, will de
liver the annual address.
Sonio of oar merchants are display
ing spring goods, which they are now
receiving daily. Head carefully tbe
advertisements in Tho Intelligeacer
and you will know where to get the
beet goods for the least rooney.
The Indenendont Order of Odd Fel
lows wilt be 81 years old on tho 20th of
April next, and it ia said that the anni
versary will be celebrated throughout
the country this year with even more
ceremony than ie the usual custom.
It docs seem to as that the poultry
business could bemade to pay. Chick
ens and eggs are both scarce and both
high priced. With a small capital a
poultry farm could be atarted, and tho
producto of the farm be sure to sell.
By appointment of the Presbyterian
Synod's Executive Committee of for
eign missions. Rev. G. W. Painter, a
returned Missionary from Chica, will
preach in Roberts Church on the third
Sunday, 18th inst, at cloven o'clock
If all the mayors of dry towns will
enforce the law ns the mayors of Now*
j berrv and Spartanburg do the blind
j tigers will soon have that tired feeling
apd quit.-Newberry Observer. The
law is being strictly enforced in An
This is 'the season of good living in
the country. Plenty of pork, peas,
poultry and potatoes, with now and
then a mess of turnips for extra. Wo
hope all are blessed with the substan
tials, and their supply will be increas
ed this year.
A citizen, who has done considerable
work in his garden, remarked the
other day that the winter had not been
severe enough to kill all the bugs in
the ground, and that potatoes, espec
ially, would be greatly damaged by
them this spring.
The work of constructing the big
dam at Gregg Bchoals, on Savannah
river, was begun several days ago, a
large force of hands are engasen iu
the work. The J. F. Gcllivan Build
ing ComDany has the contract foi
building the dam.
We have never seen violets in suet
gorgeous and beautiful profusion ai
they are found in our gardens now
The continued spring-like weathei
came just when they needed it, uni'
they have, richly, gratified every effort
made in their behalf.
Rev. H. G. Scudday, the evangelist
formerly of Anderson but now Tiviot
in Texas, is m Columbia this weet
conducting a series of meetings in th<
Maia street Methodist Charon. Hi
will probably visit Anderson, ana othe:
sections o? the State before he returm
Earle Lewis, of Pendleton, is mokine
his home in Charleston this winter foi
the purpose of attending theColleg?
of Chorleaton. Mr. Lewis nae manj
relatives in the city, and is the grand
sou of Mr. Joseph wilkin son, formerly
of St. Panis, Colleton.-CharleBtor
Eveniaar Post. .
? A discouraged editor, in a fit of dea
peratioo, dashed off the following
*'The wind blowotb, tho water flo wet o
the farmer sowetb, the subscribe!
oweth and the Lord knoweth that wc
ere io. need, of our dues. So come a
ronola' ere we. go gannie'; this thine
of duaniu' gives us the blues."
Tho aanaal convention of the Sun
day school workers of South Carolina
wilt be held in Peizer at the First
Presbyterian Church, April 10-12, W
C. Pearce, of Chicago, the interna
tional teacher training secretary, will
attend, andr much interest will b?
manifested throughout the State. ';.
Dr. E. O. Taylor, a noted temper
ance lecturer, will deliver a series ol
lectures in the First Baptist Church,
of thia city, this week.. The lectnret
will be given on Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday evenings at 6
o'clock, and on. Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock. The pabilo generally is cor
dially invited to attend ali the leo*
three.; v. ;;? , -
The Sooth Carolina Presbytery,
which is composed of delegates from
the Preebyterian Churches in the
Third Congressional District, met ia
this city Monday and dissolved the
relations of Rev. 8. J. Cartledge as
pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church. Mr. Cartledge wilt preach
his farewell sermon next Sunday and
go at one* to- Chester, ?. C.
' President P. C. Brown, of the Bine
Ridge Beverage and Extract company,
says that hie plant will not be moved
to .Colombia. The company contem
plates establishing a .?rauch office
there and for thia reason the impres
sion get abroad that the main plant
wak to be moved from Anderson. The
company is -well established hore end
is ?oiqg a prospero us business.
? . It bas been suggested that Andersen
have a "Baby Show" some time next
eummer, and .that parents from every
eeciion of tbe County be Invited to
bring their little dari i n gs and compete
tor1 toe first and second prettiest baby
of either sex. We nave no doubt that
our old bachelors wmld contribute a
liberal fond for the prises, Who will
tak? the suggestion in band and carry
it?oatt . ,v y,y
"What did that new snit bf yeats
eoftf? xSTwo nondred dollars." "Je
r?fen?;!Mow did -that hap
SDnrr "Easy enough. I pata seventy
ve dollars for the snit originally, and
it looted so well' that roy wife would
not let me rest till I had put up one
hundred and twenty-live dollars more
for aa outfit for her to match it. Bar
'"&?a? i??iii?s, cid fellow. Bas ehsas
?t? Bank?^ ?A
Mayor Sullivan omi city attorney
Jno. K. Hood havo veturmd from At
lauta where they went ou behalf of
tho City Council to confer with the
Southern Bell Telephone company in
regard to the proposed Bale of the focal
compauy to the Bell people. An agree
ment was reached fully protecting and
safeguarding the interests of the city.
Tho matter will come np at tho next
meeting of council for lina! action.
Tho Spartauburg Herald, of tho Uh
inst., in speaking o? a meeting of tim !
local post of the Travelers1 Protective
Association held in that city Saturday
eveniug, fays: '*A committee waa ap
pointed to draft suitable resolutions m
memory of tho late Walter T. Mccall,
of Abbeville, who waa ouo of the best
know n hotel men in tho State. Tho
committee was made of Memra. J.H.
Dudley, VV. T. Harris and E. H. Ster
Henry A. Orr, of this city, and Mi a
Emily Wauuamuker will be married
at 8:8Q o'clock tonight at the homo of
the brido in Orangeburg. Mr. Orr is
the second son of the iute Col. James
i L. Orr and hoi da the position of pay
! master at the Orr mills, J/ies Wauna
maker bas ninny friends in the city
j where she has often visited. After a
i bridal tour to New York the young
I couple will return to Anderson to re
An exchange says: "Men have va
vioue ways of carrying money. Oro-1
cere, butchers and milters carry it in a
wad, bankers in clean bills laid full
length In a pocket book. Brokera al?
waya fold the bili once, doubling thu
money aa it were. Thu young buai-1
neB8 man carries it in his vest pocket. I
The f annora and drovers in their in
side pockets, whether it be $50 or 15
cents. Pr?tera usually carry theirs
in other peuple'a pockets."
An altercation took place at Belton
last Sunday night between Colhert
Clinksculea and Ben Keller, and aa a
result Clinkecales was shot and Keller
ia in jail to await the result of the
wound. Both parties are negroeB.
Clinkecales waa shot through, the bul
let entering just above the nipple,
penetrating tho right lung and coming
out in the back. Dr. W. K. Haynie is
treating the negro, and it in believed
the wound will prove fatal, ;
At a meeting of a- number of citizens
of Broadway Township Inst Friday
afternoou the Pea Ci^eic Ginnery was
organized by tho election of the follow
ing Board of Directors: J. N. Vaudi
ver, J. H. Anderson, C. F. Martin, F.
J. Martin and F. E. Mitchell. The
Directors elected the following offi
cers: resident. J. N. Vandiver, Sec
retary and Treasurer. C. F. Martin;
General Manager, F, M. Erskine. The
company has a capital of 82,500 and
will hegin erecting the buildings in the
Chiquola Lodge, No. 83, Knights ol
Pythias, of thia city, is increasing itt
membership rapidly. At the mooting
of the Lodge last Thursday eight new
members were added to ita roll, ant
several applications for meinbersbii
were received. The Knights of Pyth
inp is one of the moat popular ant
noblest fraternal orders in the world
Ita prlncicles uro based on friendship
charity and benevolence, and tin
young man who entera ita ranks ant
lives up to itB teachings will bo a trm
man in every sense of tho word.
The work of construction haB begat
on the toter-urban line between An
derson and iielton and will be pushei
steadily forward until the road ia com
Ploted. The directors of the enter
prias think that tho 'ina can be com
ploted by the end of the cummer. Thi
route aa anrveyed by Engineer J. E
Sirrioe will follow tho local Une ou
Greenville street to the city limits ant
from that point will follow the Bin
Kid ge railway ou the north side. Thi
line will traverse one of the best ant
most populous sections of the county
Mr. Bert Bell and Miss Ora Bell
Gumbrell were happily married las
Thursday afternoon at the home o
the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. ?. L
Jenninga. The ceremony waa per
formed by Rov. M? McGee. The green
is a popular young man of Huntington
Ala. The brido ?B a daughter of th
late Mrs. Eveline Gumbrell, of th
Broadmouth seotion, and has map;
friends and relatives throughout thi
section who. wish her a long and hopp;
lifo. Mr. and Mrs. Bell left, Sunda;
for Alabama.-Honea Path Cbroni
cl?. \ . ' ? \i
By the accidental discbarge of a pia
toi Sylvester Law, a white boy 10 year
of age, was killed Saturday mornini
in the lower part of tho county nea
the Abbeville line. It seems from tin
investigation that was made .'after
warda that be and another boy by th?
name of Cul tahara were in a rocm to
getber. They had n loaded plato!, ant
when young Law attempted to place ii
Uu -viiO ilJUlituipiccO tiki, \7t"apwu iOii
and was discharged. The ball pene
tinted the boy's body producing f
wound from which he died in a ehorl
time. Coroner Prnitt went to thc
acene of the tragedy and held an in
qneat over the body. The jory found
tnat the hilling was accidental and nc
blame was placed on Callahan)..
W ANTED-Party with brick ma<
chine to mubo, by contract, half million
brick. Gall on or addroea
B. P. Baneon, M. D.
38-2 WlUiameton, b. C.
Rhode Island Reds.
Sin ale Comb Rhode leland Rc*i, ex
clusively. Th!? strain bred to ley.
Cboloe lat peu, ?1.60 for 15 egg a. Cholos
2rid peo, ?1.00 for 15 eggs. Oookerela,
|2 00 ?son. D. A. Taylor,
88-1* AUtun, 8. O.
VV. L. Tribble, agent for The F. 8.
R?yeter & Columbia Ganoo Co. The
beat goods on the market. Bee Clem
son bulletin. We hr.ve them all skin
ned a block.-Office, front room over
Reese & Bolt's Store.
If you wish to borrow money wlthou4
delay, and without red tape, on easy
terms see A. H> Dagnall, Attorney.
Office In Poetoffloe Building.
makes life now aa safe In that cltv as on
the higher uplands. E. W. Ooodloe,
wno resides on Dutton, St., In W aco
Tax , needs no sea wall for ssfety. He
writes: ''I have need Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption the past five
?rears ana it keeps me well and Mfa. Be
bra that time I had a cough which for
?reare had bean growing worse. Now
t's gone." Cares chronic Cough?, Le
Grippe, Croup, Whooping Coughs ?nd
i prevents ' Pneumonia. Pleasant to take.
Every bottle guaranteed at Orr, Grey ?fe
Co's, drug atora. Price 50c and fl.00.
Trial battle free.
6. B. B?rhanr, Testifies After Fair Years.
G. & Barheue. of Ce?i!sle Oestsr, 2?.
xV. writes* "About four years ago I
wrote yon stating that I had been en
tirely cured of s severe kidney trouble
br taking le** than two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Caro. It entirely ?topped the
brick dost sediment, and pain and ey mp
toms of kldnoy dlaeafce disappeared. ?
?rn glad to say that I nave never had a
return of any of those symptoms dering
tba fear yaam that nara elapsed and I
am a vidant ly cored to? stay cowl, and
heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Core to any one eu Jd?ng fro na kidney
?sr bladder trouble," Evans Pharmacy.
^ ?#h f^- tA -^t.i?*frl- Ai Ai dflhi A, Ali Ai
4 DO NOT FORGET THE Blt
1 $3.50 Bay State Shoes at $3.00 L
$5.00 Cushion Shoes at $4.25 I
This sale will last fifteen days.
Everything sold for Cash only during this salo.
Yours for business,
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor.
4 Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank.
J'Hjl? my *tjf n^i mp iy qy. ?1^ ny1 ijjf q^i qji' iy ii^y nyi ny'
? am selling the LOTS known as the WARDLAW
If you want a bargain meet me at Dr. Nardin's oS.ce
every: Wednesday or call on Dr? Nardin.
I am offering special inducements to close .them out.
J. H. AADMS,
SENECA, 8. C.
THE NEW YEAR will
Find Us wit? a Clean, Discriminating
and Complete line cf
Men's Furnishing Goods !
Our line of NECKWEAR includes the newest styles anA
colors-all in rich Silk fabrics-in Four-in-Hands, Ascots
and Puff Scarfs.
Colored and Whiie-?lain and Pleated Bosoms.!
All colors and s!z'*s. Collars, Cuffa, Handkerchiefs,
Mufflers and Umbrellas. A fall line sises? styles and es&ss
of the best $3.00 BAT on the market-HAWES. ;
See these lines before buying.
';Vl .. V ?.' ' .. . . ?' . . ?rv. r>. .
REESE & BOLT
She One Price Clothiers, Hatter. ) and Furnishers
JTezt ?oor to Farmers and Merchants Bank. ? "