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Some of Our
Spring and Summer
Especially Swell and New ?
We have never Shown a more (Magnifi
?es! t line of Footwear than Now.
Two popular and reliable brands that we have been selling
for years. Every pair guaranteed.
We ara showing th? fa?sios^b?e leathers-ratent Colt
SiThe Shiny Leather," Kid and Qua Metal in stylish shapes,
l?o woman's costume is complete without Footwear to
<S0rx6op0?ci. . /
I Banister Oxfords
m ; ^0?:;??&l?em??n^.iL^e an international reputationi having won
1 the tirst 1^ the leading ^o?ld^a Fairs
l WH^^ALE BETAIL MBBOHAKTS,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. 1900.
THE COTTOH HARKET.
.Some of tho vegetable gardens ia the
city are fine and promising.
S??B Suo Whitefield is visiting rela
tives iii Honea Path thia week.
M18. H. G . Utlcy, of Apex, N. C., is
visiting her sistor, Mrs. T. S. Clav
Mrs. W. W. Robinson is spending a
few days in Augusta visiting rela
Nothing except the United States
mint can make money without adver
The work of grading the trolley lino
from this city to Belton is progressing
Miss Gora C!vde, cf Greenville, l0 iu
tho o? ty visiting her aunt, Mia. M.
Mrs. Jessie McNnir, of Norfolk, Va.,
is in Anderson visiting Mrs. lt. C.
Miss Clara Lewis spent last Saturday
and Sunday in Belton visiting relatives
Thos. A. Archer is erecting a large
dwelling boneo on his lot on North
Miss Elsie Gray, who has been at
tending college in Washington, has
Mrs. H. ?. Lewis, of this city, is
spending this week near Pendleton,
Spring chickens are in demand in
the city at fancy piices. The crop is
late this season.
Thesummer dullness bas struck tho
local news factory and almost forced a
shut down of the factors.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Alexander, of
Seneca, have been spending a few days
with relatives in the city.
Dove y are cooing, lilacs are blooming
and trees are wreathed in foliage of
green. Springtime is here.
Th? gr?ded schools of tho city will
close on Friday, May 18th, with appro
priate and interesting exercises.
Tbb prettiest shade of green is that
which is now displayed by the young
email grain crops in the conntry.
Mrs. J. E. Breozeale spent a few
days at Mt, Carmel last week visiting
her daughter, Mrs. I. K. Watson.
Statistics show that the sooner a
man allows his wife to have the last
word the sooner the controversy will
Mrs. Janie L. Todd, of Anderson,
has been visiting at the home of her
son, Wm. B. Todd, at Ba?lalo.-Union
The good old summer time is surely
approaching. The thermometers reg
istered summer heat several days the
past week. v?
You will find much valuable infor
mation in the advertisements in The
Intelligencer., Bead them carefully
The trustees of Savannah Township
request us to say that the public schools
of that Township will close next Fri
day, 20th inst.
_H. ?. Jetton and friend, W= E*
Reynolds, of Greenville, is spending
the week in this ci tv. visiting the for
mer's mother. V . i
It ramed in this section on Good
Friday,, and, ns a consequence, an old
citizen Kaya, the farmers will have poor
crops this year.
The fruit trees are now showing
signs of a full crop, and if we have no
further freezing weather there will
be plenty of fruit.
' Congress has passed a bill authoriz
ing the maintenance ot a toll bridge
across the Tngaloo river between this
State ?nd Georgia. .?>
Miss Elise Brock, ono of Due West's
most popular young , ladies, is in the
city visiting her siBter, Mrs. C. I. Daw
son, and other relatives,. .
The farmers are Very bnsy preparing
the land for their crops. If the weath
er is favorable they will soon have all
their seed in the ground. .
TsVO^Srsr, l?T?g Co. nave erected
a very pretty and unique electric sign
over their front door. It is especially
attractive after nightfall.
H* W. Caldwell, formerly of Ander
son, but who is no* engaged in busi
ness at La-Grange, Ga., spent a few
days in the, city last week.
Chiquola Ledge. No 82, Knights of
Pythias, will hold its regular conven
tion tomorrow evening afc 8 o'clock.
All the/members are urged to attend.
The Secretaries of the D?mocratie
Clubs should look up their roll of mem
bers and have everything ready for the
meeting of the clubs on Saturday, 28th
.inst.;; .-..i-. ;, ? V .
Dr: Robert L. Sanders,, who has just
graduated from the medical college in
Nashville, Tenn.; has located' in An
il ereon for the practice of his pro fe s -
won, ? ,.; V- ?.?'.QM, ? ?
BY CLINKSCA1E8 & LANGSTON. ANDERSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. 1906. VOLTJJ?? XLI--NO. 44
It has bei n s"ggci??ed that the next: !
improvement in Vu? uro department of
Anderson Bhould bo tl?? substitution
of automobile hose wagous for tho '
horse tea nm now in service. Tho I
chnngo would result in a savina on the |
cost of maintenance. The feed hill
for tho horses is n large one und the 1
cost ot gasoline for tho wagon and ?
reels would bo small in comparison.
Miss Mary N. Rlodget will teach a !
class in tl'.o Bible, beginning ?u'xt
Sunday afternoon, 22nd inst., at 4 ,
o'clock, in the Sunday School room of j
the First Baptlat Church. The los
801 s "?ill continuo for two weeks-on
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri
day ufteruoons of each week, lt is
not denominational and all Sunday I
School teachers uro cordially invited
W. D.Giles, of this city, and Miss
Ethel Collins, of Spartanburg County,
wero married last Thursday at tho
homo of the bride's parents. Kev. W.
B. Hawkins porforuied tho ceremony.
The young couple loft for Anderson
immediately after the ceremony and
ere now at home to their i i louds. Mx.
tilles holds a position with the M. L
Sullivaa company and is a popular
Mrs. H. R. Chreitzburg, of Washing
ton, D. C., waB in town yesterday vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Walter L. Wei
born. She has been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Duckworth,
at Williamston. Mr. Chreitzburg has
a lucrative position in the main oflice
of the Southern Kail way at Washington
and Aire. Chreitzburg says they aro
delighted with their new homo.-Pel
The Anderson Mattress and Spring
Bed Company ie preparing to ereot
another building; so as to increase the
capacity of the plant. Tho now build
ing will be two stories high, GO by 125
feet. Thia enterprise nae teen un
usually prosperous einco ita organiza
tion eoveral years ago, and an i neron so
in the capital stock has been mado
necessary from time to time on account
of its rapid growth.
For the accommodation and con
venience of the South Carolina Veter
ans who desire to attend the reunion in
New Orleans next week, tho Southern
Railway will run a through car from
Columbia next Monday, 23rd inst. Tho
car will leave Columbia at 7 o'clock a. !
m., going via Newberry, Greenwood,
Anderson, Seneca, Atlanta and Mont
gomery, arriving in Now Orleans at
7:15 o'clock Tue?day morning.
An exchange enys: To keen chickens
healthy, put ono teaspoonful of sul
phuric acid in a gallon of water, soak
corn in thiB solution over night and
feed in the morning. Uso at any time
your chickens look droopy. This will
cure cholera. As a disinfectant, use
two tablespoonfuls sulphuric add tn a
gallon o? water, and thoroughly
sprinkle runs and roosts. This will
exterminate mites an all insects.
The annual parish meeting of Grace
Episcopal Cburoh was held Monday
afternoon and the following officers
were elected to servo tho ensuing;
year: Wardens, E. A. Bell and R. C.
Webb; Vestrymen, Gen. M. L. Bon
ham. C. W. Webb. Dr. S. M. Orr. T.
C. Walton, R. H. Fuller, F. G. Brown
ssd C. G. Sayre; delegates to tba dio
cesan convention, Gen. M. L. Bonham,
T. C.Walton, C. G. Sayre and R. L.
Rev. W. P. B. Kinard, the evange
list, will begin ? series cf meetings in
this city tomorrow (Thursday} even
ing. The meetings will be held in a
largo tent, whtah will be located on
Mrs. Cora Li gen's lot on South Main
street. The'meeting will continue
through Sunday, 20th inst. Every
body is Invited to attend th? ?e??i~.
By request of the owner of the lot no
horaea or vehicles will be allowed on
Those of our readers who have rela
tives and friends in foreign countries
will be pleased to know that a re
classification of mad for foreign
countries has been established, where
by articles may be sent to these coun
tries at the rate "f 12 cents per pound.
The weight of the package must not
exceed four pounds or the value of
fifty dollars. It has formerly cost
81.00 to mail a four pound package
which we can now send for 48 cents.
Application was made to the Sec
retary o? State yesterday for a charter
for the Anderson Building and Loan
Association, which has just been or
ganized. The company will be capi
talized at' $100,000, divided into' 1,000
shares of the par value of $100 each,
with the privilege of increasing tho
capital stock to $500,000. The corpora
tors are: W. F. Cox, G. N. C. Bole
man. T. C. Walton. W.N. TVilkm.
J. M. Evans, J. M. Paget and John C.
Watkins. \> '. ?. ,
Dr. T)f Judson Barton, of Town ville,
and a recent graduate of the Medical
College, of Angosto, Ga., has located
here at the Owl dreg store for tho
praotioe of his profession. Dr. Barton
carries three diplomas. He graduated
io pharmacy in Atlanta, Ga., about
three years ago. He also has a dh
ploma on surgical work. He ia a
bright yonog mah and we are glad to
have him locate in our town, for we
know he will make a success at his
At the monthly meeting of the city
council last week a resolution was
adopted agreeing to give annually the
sum of 82.000 for the support of the
Carnegie library, provided Mr. Car
negie will increase his donation from
$10.000 to $20,000. The plans for the
library building have already been
approved and the work of construction
will begin this spring in all probabil
ity. Mr. Carnegie will be asked to in
crease bis donation, and it is believed
that with the city's promise to appro
priate double the sum formerly voted
there will be no trouble in securing a
library in keeping with Anderson's
dallon Trow Dr ld go for Ear Com and
Pumpkin Yam Potatoes. 45-1
Letter to W. A? Fant.
' Anderson, S. O. ' -/!
Dear Slr t Have you found this out 7
You i need lesa of Devoe lsad-and-z'no
fora Job than of anything else: leas
gallons ; les? money. . . .
af? A Thomas* painter, Lyn ch tm rp,
Va, hw found lt out ; he writes : '.Tue
/Brat job I did With your painel eati
mated 87. gal lona ; bad 12 gallons lett
over. Since then I have noe osad any
other kind of paint but Davoa loci aud
it io ; I recommend le to all my custo
mers, Wttsn t commence a lob, I
rack up a card reading au fol lc wa : M. A.
Thomas, contractor ; Devoe Paint."
Patt log it on costs two or three timos
av much as tho paint. Have you found
thia, ont? You. caa paint Davoein lesa
time i leas Hmo i lesa money,
.i f-VHava' you -froud thia oatt Davoe
? J wea'? tangar than anything else,
i ! You don't object to long time between
r ' job*. . Your ct plomer likes iu And y cu
i. like what he like?. It keeps you eua
tome?. ? ;... . \
i?ki?1^'' ? ? ; Yours Irtdy, . . ' Tv - > "
, ; 8$ \ S\ W. I>?VOB A Co.
P. 8.-W. L? Bruuwv sells our paint.
Fifteen Dollar Suits.
Fifteen dollars is by all odds the moBt popular
price for a Man's Suit.
To be sure many Men want good Suits for less
money, while other Men want to pay more. Fifteen
dollars is the favorite Suit price of the larger class,
however. We appreciate this fact, and for this rea
son we aim to sell the very
BEST FIFTEEN DOLLAR SUITS THAT THE
PRICE CAN BUY OF ANYBODY ANYWHERE.
We believe we have got them. We are told so,
at any rate, many times.
Single and Double Breasted Styles in Cheviots,
Serges, Worsteds and Mixtures of all sorts.
Tailoring, Trimmings and Cut of these excellent
Suits is simply faultless.
Come and inspect our Stock.
REESE & BOLT,
THE ONE PRICE
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
DO NOT FORGET THE Blt
rance Sale !
Boston Shoe Ste
$3.50 Bay State Shoes at $3.00
$5.00 Cushion Shoes gat $4.25
This sale will last fifteen days.
Everything sold for Cash only during this sale. ?
Yours for business,
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN 8ELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors. Jrom. Farmers and Merchants Bank. v
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HORSE AND CATTLE PO
Now ls the time your Stock need it.
P.: L. BABB & OD.,
110 North Main Street?
Farmers Loan & Trust Co?,
ANDERSON, 8. C.,
IS authorized to act as Executor or Administrator of Estates and as Goa*,
dian for minor children. We have quite ft numbar of Estates in hand BOSE.
We will be glad to talk the matter over with voa. - ' '
M?T Office at FABMESS AND MERCHANTS BANK, Anderere