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lay stress on its merits.
Cres is acknowledged to be a sanitary Floor Covering.
?doe? not hold dnot, and in mothproof.
Tor porch or outdoor use it is unsurpassed.
Bain does not effect it.
roi indoor use it is economical and sanitary as well as
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j It has been said that
BUT IT MAY BE LIGHTENED I
The drudgery of Carpet and rug dusting and sweeping is
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like tlie price.
havw Cite? C?xp?ti?g for covering floors, Cres Bugs
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V?& will take tle^iur? S? showing.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. 1900.
THE COTTON HARKET.
Thopmnll grain crops sown last fall
aro looking well.
J/?83 Felicia Murray is visiting
friends in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. James A. Creech, of Chester, is
visiting relatives in tbocity.
Miss Jellie Edwards has returned
from a visit cf sonio length to Flor
Mrs. E. M. Kucker, Jr., is spending
sovera? days at Kuckersville, Geor
Mrs. J. M. Chandler has returned to
Sumter after a visit to relatives in ? he
Oscar F. Hammond, of Greenville,
spent a few days in Anderson the past
The supply of building material in
Anderson is not equal to the de
G> E. Moore, editor of the Uonea
Patti Chronicle, spent last Friday in
Afra. S. J. Cartledge and little son, of
Chester, S. C., are visiting friends in
Do not loso heart about the garden
on account of cold weather. Tho warm
days will come.
John F. Powell and wife, of Elbert
County, Ga , visited relatives in An
derson laut week.
Mrs. C. W. Webb has gone to
Gunin, Georgia, to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Frank Mayes.
Mrs. Frank Pearson, of Greenville,
is in the city visiting her parente, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G.,Kiley.
"They say7' that several marriages
R?O booked to take place in Anderdon
during the ne^'t few weeks.
J. C. C. Allen, of Grove Station, has
been spending a few days in Anderson
visiting his sen, ii. E. Allon.
Robert E. Belcher, of Augusta, Ga.,
spent a few days in tho city the past
week visiting relatives and friends.
When the weather permits you
should put all your sparetime now in
working your garden.. It will pay
E. F. Cochran, Esq., United States
District Attorney for Sooth Carolina,
is in Charleston attending the Federal
The season for Millinery openings
is ut hand, and the ladies are busy dis
cussing the importance of an Easter
The farmors bave commenced plant
ing corn, though their work has been
very much delayed on account of the
J. H. Hutchinson went over to
Elberton, Ga., a few days ago to visit
his father, S. A. Hutchinson, who is
Notice has been given by,tho stockt
holders bf the Pendleton Cotton Mills
that tho stock will bo reduced from
$65,000 to $32,000.
Tho?o who acted aa managers of the
election on tho dispensary question
last fall can get their pay by applying
'at the Peoples' Bank....
Geo. H. Bailes, of this city, who bas
been seriously ill in Baltimore for
several weeks, has about recovered
and ry;ii reach home in a few days.
The ; Calhoun Falls Investment
Company of this city, bas notified the
Secretary of State that it has increased
its capitalization from $80,000 to $100,"
Mr. S. Stronse, bf the Julina H.
Weil Co., has returned from the Eas
tern markets, where be purchased a
large stock of spring and summer
There has been a coal famine in An
derson the past two weeks. Tbs dC rt' -
ere have plenty of it on the road but
the railroads are very slow in deliver
ing it. A ':
Cole?la Lodore, No. 83. Knights of
Pythias, will meet tomorrow evening
nt 3 o'clock. The first rank will ba con
ferred. All tho members aro urged to
? petulon has been forwarded from
; Anderson protesting against the pro
posed now schedule on the Southern
Railway between Columbia and upper
It is said that there ?re already five
candidates in the field for one office
in this county. The campaign In this
county thia summer will no doubt be a
'Toxaw?y Lodge of Odd Felfowa baa
* p len t? rt CE. Tolly. Cv M; Palmer and
J. W. Morgan delegates td the Grand
? Lodge, which meets . in Greenville
? next month..
W> E. ??'tireen, who .'na's been chief
clerk at the Hotel Ch ?quoin, ina re
signed and ?one to ? Chester, ft. C..
, where he has accepted a position as
manager of a hotel. . :
MIPS Ruby Gilmer. who has boen the
j . charming visitor 61 her sister, Mrs. L.
"O. Willlford for'some weeks, returned
.' Wednesday morning to . ' Anderson.
9 livonia(GeO Times.
Keri IB, I>. Gray, Di !>., Secretary.ox*
I the Home Mission Board or the Sonth
r: ?rn Baptist ; Convention, spent last
v S un rt RV in An derwin and preached itt
\ Ute First Baptist Church. ,
Rev, J. I>, Ch ap roan has gono to
vcacd in that city last evening.
I The Civic Improvement Association
J/rs. Uamby Keid, if Anderson. S.
C. , has buen spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Simpson, ou
account of tho illness of their sister,
Mi*8 Mary ?Simpson -Toccoa (Ga)
Tho heavy rains of the past, few
weeks did great damage to tho lauds
by badly washing them iu some sec
tions of tho county. Tenaces were
torn to pieces and plowed lands badly
The State Teachers Association will
meet at Kock Hill emly iu July. Tho
meeting will bo held daring th? pro
gresa ot tho Stato Summer School for
Teachers, which meets at Winthrop
this year. j
The State Sunda; School Convention
will convene in its annual session nt
Pelzor next Tuesday evening, 10th j
inst, The citizens ot Pelter have ar
ranged to give tho delegates a most
Miss Dorn Geisberg has an advertise
ment on the first pnge of The Intelli
gencer this week, to which wo direct
your attention. Shu has a large stock
of spring gr-ods and is ottering them
at bargain prices.
Rev. P. B. Kinard, of Greenwood,
will begiu a segies of meetings in this
city on th'; 18th inst. The meetings
will be conducted in a large tent, aud
he viii bo assisted by several other
Hon. Goo. 15. Cromer, of Newberry,
baa accepted the invitation to deliver
an address in Anderson on Memorial
Day. A rich intellectual treat io in
store for those who may be so fortu
nate to hear the address.
The annual State Convention of the
Epworth League convenes today in
Williamston and will be in session un
til Friday night. The good people of
Williamston will give the delegates n
most cordial welcome.
Young men who have attained their
majority since the last election should
not neglect to get their registration
certificate. The Supervisor of Reg
istration opens his o?ico on the first
Monday in each month.
Berry B. Aile'* who recently moved
from Lowndes*, ie to Anderson, left
for Baltimore a few days ago to be
treated in the John Hopkins hospital.
He was accompanied by his daughter.
We trust his stay there will prove ben
eficial to his health.
B. F. Trammel died at his homo
near Piedmont, in Greenville County,
last Sunday, in the 77th year of his age.
He leaves a widow and two BOOB and
has many friends in the upper section
of Aodersan County who will regret
to hear of his death.
The farmers continue to haul out
fertilizers from tho city. We haye
heard a number Of farmers remark
that they were not going to increase
their acreage in cotton, but they would
uso more fertilizers to the acre thie
year than ever before.
Mrs. J. B. Jetton, of this city, spent
a few days last week with her husband
and other relatives in Greenville coun
ty. The former is building a hand
some pebble dash r?sidence for Mr. J,
D. Harris in that county, costing him
when completed about 910,000.
A oeat tablet baa been placed in thc
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank to thc
memory of the late R. Hill. Mr
Hill was the founder and first presi
dent of the bank, and to show theil
esteem and regard for their deceased
friend the directors ordered the tablet
For the next two months overs
young man who has tho legislative
bee bussing in his bonnet should watct
the school commencements. Tht
closing exercises of a rural school ii
the place of ali placea to make a speed
that will attract attention and pleas*
The fate of the peach crop in thi
section is still in doubt. Opinion
ditter widely aa to the extent of th
j damage to the crop by the recen
i freezes. Some think the crop ha
been serionsly affected, while other
are of the opinion that the damage i
only slight. '
Bessie, the infant daughter of H. ?
Sims, died at the home uf ber parent
in this city . last Thursday af turnout
after an illness of only a few hom
with congestion of the- brain. O
Friday tho ' remains ?n? carried t
Greenville, S. C., the former homo c
the parents, for interment.
The books of the city treasurer sha
that the assessments for the preset
year are $275,000 in excess of the ai
easements for 1005. This incienso j
taxable property represents new buile
?ngs and other improvements as
moans that the wealth of tbe city
score than three quarters of a millie
dollars above what it was last year.
Every family should endeavor -1
raise Irish potatoes. They come :
bandy daring the summer. Even tl
half-grown tubers cooked with crea
br butter are very palatable. Whc
matured they may be baked or crean
ed. Left overa mashed and fried a
excellent. He who neglects the po ti
to patch misses "mighty good eatin
Last Sunday Rev. Mr. Fraser o
cu pied the. pulpit of the First Pre sb.
terian Church morning and eveninj
and preached two eloquent sermon
Mr. Fraser is a native cf Alabama, bi
has charge of a church in Macon. Qi
He iS a very eloquent pulpit spealn
and the congregation waa highly plea
ed with bis preaching. It is probab
that a call to the pastorate of tl
church will bo extended to him.
The Charleston News and Courier i
last Wednesday says: "Mr. and Mi
J o sop h J. F ret well, of Anderson, we
in the city yesterday, registered at tl
Charleston Hotel. Mr. Fretwell is oi
of the biggest, braineSr, moat imbi
spirited men ot the State. He is larg
ly interested in merchandising, faro
ing and manufacturing, has one of tl
most beautiful country homes to 1
found and bis hospitality is prove
blah" , ? v ., ' - :
A rather unusual case came up
the police court of the city. J?ondi
morning. ' A : young negro. Robe
Mikel I, was convicted for obtain!,
money under false pretences? bise
fence being its selling a bottle cf wat
to two white men wita the ?tateme
that it was whiskey. These men we
thirsting fe? a drink and readily a
ce pt ed tho negro's offer to procure the
some' whiskey, ifikell disappeare
returned with the water, procured tl
money and. got away, before bis tri*
-waa. qnrcovered. .
f>The'- Greenwood Index of the 29
?^JUc;;:,#a^;..?fTi?v?att7 friendo he
nod nil over tho county of Col. J.
Phillips of Ninety Six were distress
to hear that he had been sudden
stricken ill Monday. They will ^ al
fie greatly . relieved to hear that 5?
much belter. Col. Phillips is one
?t he staunchest citizens Green wo
County h03 and his friends hope tb
. ho wilt soon be restored to health a:
I>treogih.? Col. Phillipa was form?
hy a cit iron of Anderson and has mi,
I old.friends here who *rili rv^m
; hw cf his illness,
Mr. It. M. Lewis yesterday took
charge as managet ot tho Beil Tele
phone company in this city. Tho
transfer ot lb? plant by th > local cow
nany to tho Koli company toole placo
Monday, tho sale having been ratified
some timo ago by the city council.
Tho now company will operate under
an ordinance substantially the same wa
tho one governing the o'd company,
and every interest of tho people of the
city will be tully safeguarded. Many
improvements "aro contemplated,
among them being eventually au un
derground ayatcm. Mr. Lewis was j
born and reared in Anderson und ina
many t rienda aro glad to welcome him
Samuel A .Hutchison, a former citi
zen of this county, died at his home io
Elberton, Ga., yesterday morning,
after a brief illness, aged about 70
years. Mr. Hutchison was born and
roared near Lowudesvillo, but Bpeut
the greater portion of bia life in An
derson County. Ho was a thrifty, en
ergetic man and had accumulated con
siderable property. Ho was well
known throughout thiaseetiou and his
many friends will be pained to hear of
his death. Ho is survived by ono eon,
J.H. Hutchison, of this city, and sev
eral daughters. The remains will be
brought to this county today and in
terred at Good Hopo Church.
Miss Mary Pickens Harris died rt
the homo of her relative. Mr. R. Har
lie, near Pendleton, ou Friday, idarcb
10th. She was born and raised near
Townville, and waa a great-grand
daughter of Geo. Hobart Anderson on
her mother's side and of Gen. Andrew
Piokena on her father's. She was
about 70 yeara of ago and bad been a
devoted member of the Presbyterian
Church at Townville sinoo her child
hood. On the day following her death
her remains were buried beside her
mother in the Presbyterian Church
yard at Townville. Miss Harris is
survived by two sisters, Mrs. Hollotte,
of Florida, and Mrs. Holland, of Nine
ty Six, and one brother in Texas. She
had many friends throughout the State
who will regret to bear of her death.
Mra. Ella Anderson, wife of James
A. Anderson, died at her home near
this city last Wednesday morning
about 10 o'clock, She bad been sick
only a few days with pneumonia, and
the announcement of her death was a
groat shock to many of her friends.
Mrs. Anderson wne a daughter of tho
late Silas M. Massey, and about 40
years of age. She was a most esti
mable woman and was held in high
esteem by a wide circle of friends and
relatives. For a long time
she was a devoted member
of tho First Baptist Church of this
citv. She leaves a husband and live
children to cherish her memory. On
Thursday afternoon the funeral ser
vices were conducted at tho house by
Rev. J. D. Chapman and the remains
were laid to rest in Silver Brook ceme
Anderson County has lost another
?;ood citizen in the death of Mr. J. 13.
'ox, which occured at his home in
Honea Path last Wednesday morning,
20th ult., after a brief illness. Mr.
Cox was about GO years of age and was
born and reared near Honea Path? A
few yeara ago be moved from his farm
into Honea Path, where ho rr as engag
ed in merchandising. HO served his
State faithfully through the civil war
asa member of Co. K, Orr's Regiment,
and was wounded in the Seven Days1
fight in front of Richmond. Mr. Cox
was a most upright, valuable citizon
and had long been a devoted and exem
Slary member of the Baptist Church,
n Thursday morning the remains
were laid to rest in the Honea Path
cemetery. He leaves a devoted wife,
one son and one daughter to cherish
his memory, snd in their sore bereave
ment they have the sympathy of a
wide circle of friends and relatives.
Fell Into Deep Disgrace.
landlady: "Mr. r ar boar der is no
longer a g o est at my table."
Friend: "Why did be leave?"
Landlady: ' Ho left at my request
When I asked him to BBV grace the otbei
day, he ?aid: O, Lord, we need thy
help to make UB thankful for what wc
are about to receive.' " Buyers of Shoea
who take advantage nf the propositior
made by Dean & Ratliff* in their nev?
advertisement thia week can and will bi
thankful for what thev receive at thai
special r?duction eale if their hearts nr<
'. I right. Bargains will be chronic for !
1 while at least.
To The Trustees of Providence Church
Ita eoand tenso that we tell yon.
It will coat lesa dollars to paint you
church with L. AM. Paint, bflcaus
moro painting is doo* with one gallon c
JJ. dc M. than with two gallons of otbe
paints, and the L. & M. Zinc bardens th
L. & M. White Lead and makes tb
L. <fe M. Paint vrear like iron.
Any church will b* given a libero
qnnntitv frc? ~hsn?ver tboy paint.
4 gallons L. dc M mixed with 8 gal
Jons Linseed Oil will paint a mod?r?t
Aotnal coat L. dc M about $1.20 pe
J. E. Webb. Painter, Hlckorv, ?V. C ,
Writes, "Houses painted with L dc M
15 years ago have not needed palatin
Sold by F. B. Cray ton. Andorf on, 8. C
E. R. Borton, Lownd^avllle. 8. C.; T. C
lockson. Iva, S C ; F. L. Hopper, Bel
tan. 8. C.
* Cole Cotton Plantera are a? good a
gi?ld dollars." was the expression froc
ene of Sullivan Hardware Co's, one
Starving to Death.
Because her stomsoh was so weakenei
by n<*eless drugging that she could no
sat, M rn. Mary H. Walter*, of S?. Clai
St., Columbo**, O.. was literally etarvln
to uea?b. Shi write?: "My stomach wa
so weak from nselesi droga that I cook
not eat. and my nerves so wrecked th a
I could not sleep; and not before I wa
adven np to die was I indooed to trj
Electrlo Bitters; with the wonderful re
snit that Improvement began ?t on?
and a complete onre followed." Bes
beaVh T^nio on earth. 60a. Ou aran tee <
by Orr, G ray dc Ob., druggists.
Genuino Keystone Adjustable Weeder
arc ?old by Sullivan Hd w. Co.
"Blue Ridge" Harrows mnat be seei
and used to be appreciated. Thia 1B tb
moat perfect Cotton Cul tlrator ever man
a facturad. Sold by Sullivan Hard war
Poultry Netting, all heights, ls carrie*
by Sullivan Hdw. Co..
Cored Hemorf haces of tbs Loaos.
f-S?voral years since my longa were s
badly auee??d :h?? ? had many hemor
rhflKea," writes A. M. A ko, or Wood
Ind. "I took treatment, with severe
Physiotens without any benefit. I 'the
atar ted to taite Foley's Honey and Tai
and my langs ere now sssonnd AB S ba]
let. J recommend it in adv ..noel stage
of long trooble" Foley's Honey an
Tar ?tor a the Co np: lt and heals tbe lanai
and prevents serious remits from a OOH
Ref HBO substitutes. Evana Pharmacy.
If you wish to borrow money wither
delay, and without red tapo, on;ea*;
term? ado A. H. Dago all. Attora?!
Office in Postoffiee Building.
It doesn't make much difference what Stores Bay
about their Men's Clothing if they can't prove to
their patrons that what they say is true.
Nothing makes a Man so disgusted as to be sent
on a fool's errand-to waste his time on a wild goose
If wo weren't certain that our Clothing was bet
tor than other makes, you can make up your mind
to one thing-we'd never risk your ill will by say
We'll say this, though, that we've got SPRING
SUITS to sell at $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and
up to $22.50, that you'll say when you come to see
them that we didn't blow enough ^boiit.
We're interesting a great many Men these days,
and we would be pleased to calk the Clothes ques
tion with you. "
THE ONE PRICE
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
BO m FORGET THE B!?
$3.50 Bay State Shoes at $3.00
$5.00.--Cushion Shoes'at $4.25
This sale will last fifteen days.
Every th* -g sold for Gash only during this sale.
Yours for business,
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors from.Palmers and Merchants Bank.
I iam selling the LOT? known as tLe WAEBL?W
If you want a bargain meet me at Dr. Hardin's offic*
every Wednesday or call on Dr, Nardin.
I tun offering sp?cial inducements to close them out
. * J, H. A?DEVIS,
I SENECA. ?. C.