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WEDNESDAY. MAY 23, lt>06\
THE COTTON HASKEL
Ifyouwnutto bo interesting, don't
talk too much about yourself.
Statements ot tho banks m Auder*
eon show that ?unnelnlly they aro very
Mrs. H. E. Lewie, - of this city, ia
spending "'awhile iu Greenville with
There is great demaud in the eitv
for chickens, eggs aud other country
produce at good prices.
Gov. Heyward has appointed John
J. MoWhorter as magistrate at Pied
mont, vice E. C. Carter.
Thc Court of General .Sessions for
Ocouee County will convene in Wal?
batta next Monday, 28th inst.
Two al?igatore, which came from
Florida last week, have been added to
tho zoological garden in Buena Vista
We added a number of new eub
scribers'to The Intelligencer's list last
week, but wo still have room for a
Tamer Hall, formerly with the An
derson cotton mill, has gone to Greens
boro, N. C., to become overseer of
weaving in a mill there.
Rev. J. T. .Mann will pr? ach at Mount
Bethel Church next Sunday, 27th,
lost,, at ll o'clock a. m., nud at Beth
any Church at 8 o'clock p. m,
J.C.Hipp, Jr., who baa b eon tone li
ing school in thia County, baa closed
bia school and gone to his old homo in
Newberry to spend bia vacation.
J. W. Sproles, of Green ?rood, opont
I a day or two in Anderson last week,
i Mr. Sproles formerly lived here, and
1 bis old friends were delighted to greet
it has been suggested that we have a.
big celebration in Anderson on July
4th. lt would no doubt attract a
largo crowd to the city if made inter
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Married, on Sunday, May SO, 1000, by
L. N. Jfartin, Magistrate, and at bia
residence. Mr. H. P. Smith and Misa
Sudie Knight? both of Abbeville
W. D. Williame, Jr., of Knoxville,
Tenn., ia in the city, viaiting relativea
and looking after the business of the
estate of bis deceased uncle, the late
Capt. A.T. Broyles.
Judge W. F. Cox. president of the
Cox mill, attended the ann oat conven
tion of the American Cotton Manufac
turero' Association, which met in
Asheville, N. C., last week.
The Anderson and Pendleton base
bali ton m s mil play iv. game of bali at
Buena Vista park this afternoon at 6
o'clock. The gp mo will no doubt at
tract a large err id of spectators.
Rev. J. D - Chapman attended t ie
meeting of (tie Southern Baptist Con
vention in Chattanooga, Tenn. He
wai accompanied by Mrs. Chapman,
who attended the meeting of the
Women's Missionary Union* .
The Ladies1 Aid Society of St. John
Methodist Church will give a concert
at Buena Vista park tomorrow (Thurs?
day) evening for tba benefit ot the
Society. As ister?stfug program bas
been arranged for tho occasion.
If. A. Batliffe, G. M. Telly and 8.
N. Gilmer aro representing Chiqnola
Lodge of Knights of Pytgiu. which
convened at Samte?'yesterday. The
Grand Lodge wiri be invited to hold
ita session next year in Anderson.
Lee G. Hollemao, State Bank Exam
iner, has appointed Bryan J. Rh H me,
cf Sumter, aa his assistant. Their
headquarters will be in Columbia, but
much time will be anent in the various
towna of the. State checking the booka
[: Tho crop of candidates in this coun
ty ctcuiB tu be rather, scarce, but prob
ably the number will increase with the
onward march of summer. Wo ought
to have at least twenty good men to
select our Senator and five Representa
-?vPoster McCaelan, who baa been a
traveling salesman for the Acme Drug
Company of thia city for some time,
haa purchased an j Interest in a drug
Btore in: Greenwood. We join his
friends in wishing him much success in
his new venture.
The man, woman and boy behind
tbe hoe. are now in demand. They
are now more desirable than .the mas'
behind the god or on top of toe sneak
er'a platform. In [ 'fact they aro worth
more to the Sooth than Congress will
be for the next six weeks. . . ;
- Prof. John G. Clinko.-nlcs, of Wofford
College, will spend ntst Sunday in
Anderson and will lecture In Bt. John
Methodist Church both morning and
evening. The pastor, Rev. R.S.
Teesdale, will bo at Rock Hill assist
ing in a series of meetings.
m? series of meetings are being held
this week Ia tba First Baptist Church.
Two services are? being held each day
-at 0.80 a, m. and8.80 p. m. Rev. A.
Chsmblee. of SRndereviile, Gs., isas?
slating the*pastor in the meetings, aort
much m?ereyi ic eelog manifested in
theta. : .-/V:;
I ..' : Representativa . Aiken bas'ihad^va
claim of $WW a torse stolen by
Shermaa'a men reportid 4 favorably loi
Congress for W. M. ??fh*/m ef Psz
ci?tcn. Tho horse waa stolen'from
at? parsed^npoc by the .County
|:fb|j4br^^ of the lttb
-aa^&deathlaa^^oMto tbe commun
it* in Ho leave*, a
m m im i-M -BMB^M-?
Rev. \V. L. Pressley, D. 1)., tho ven
erable president of tho Theological
Seminary ot Due West, lies critically
ill at his residence iu Due Weat. Ho
suffered a severe stroke of paralysis
and bas been in a serious condition
ever since. His many friends hope
that he will recover.
At a meeting of tluvcongregation of
St. John Methodist Church nt tho con
clusion of tho morning service last
Sunday it was decided to build a new
and larder house of worship on the
sito of tho present one. Tho work will
not commence until next spring and
th * now buildiug will cost about 825,
An invitation has been received
from Winthrop Normal abd Industrial
Collego tobe present .at their annual
commencement exercises, which will
take place on Sunday, tho 3rd of June
and continue through Tuesday. There
is (juito a largo number of young
ladies in the graduating class this
Kev. M. lt. Kirkpatrick will preach
at Flat Kock Presbyterian Church next
Friday aud Saturday nights at 8 o'clock
and on Sunday morning nt ll o'clock.
At tho latter service tho Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will bo celebrated.
Tho friends ot the congregation are
cordially invited to attend nil tho ser
Wo have received no invitation to
attend tho tenth annual coinmonco
ment of Clemson Agricultural College,
Juno 10th to 12th. Tho baccalaureate
sermon will bo preached by Kev. Jos.
Y. Fair, D. D., and the address to tho
graduating class will bo made by Dr.
;. H. Craighead, former president of
Rev. J. M. Blain, who is a missionary
to China from the Southern Presby
terian Church aad who is attending the
sessions of the General Assembly of
his Church in Greenville, spent last
Sunday in Anderson and delivered a
very interesting and impressive ser
mon in the Central Presbyterian
Church at the morning service.
Tho stockholders of the Anderson
Traction Company held their annual
meeting yesterday, and all of tho old
officers were re-elected. Three new
names were added to the Board of Di
rt ctoro, viz.. C. A. Reed and Dr. J. F.
'Wilson, of this city, and F. W. Fauvre.
of Indianapolis, Ind. The reports of
the officers showed the company tobe
in a healthy financial condition.
Joe N. Hi ll ho ato, a c?o var young
farmer of Centerville Township, ex
hibited a sample of his crop of fall
oats in the city Isst Saturday, which
are very fine. He has twenty acres
sown in the Aplerred rnst-proof oats,
which will average four and one-haif
feet in heigh th, and from which he ex
pects to harvest fifteen hundred bush
The wreck on the Southern "Cannon
Ball17- at Chappella on Thursday pre
vented Dr. Cromer from reaching An
derson to fill his appointment to make
the Memorial address, bat be reached
Greenwood, and the committee there
pressed him into service, and he made
an address that was very highly spoken
of by the' newspapers.-Newberry Ob
The boys1 band of the Georgia In
dustrial Home spent last Saturday
and Sunday in Anderson and gave a
concert at Buena Vista Park on Sat
urday evening. Those who attended
the concert were highly entertained.
The band is giving concerta for the
purpose of raising fonds for the oap-,
port of the Home, whose inmates are
' Fire, which ls supposed to have orig
inated by st spark from a passing loco
motive, was discovered In the waste
house of the Anderson cotton mill last
Thursday about 8000? ?he firemen re
sponded promptly to tVe alarm and
the fire was soon extinguished. The
house, wbiea is a small wooden struc
ture, was badly damaged, bat the loas
is small and ls covered by Insurance.
Mrs. Sallie Callahan], widow of
Picken s Cal lah am, died at her home in
Abbeville County on Saturday night,
12th inst., and waa buried at First
Creek Church" the following day. She
wSB an excellent woman and hsd long
been a devoted member of the Baptist
Church. Seven grown children sur
vive her, and in their sot^ bereaver
ment they hr. vc tho sv spath y O? many
friends in Anderson County.
It ia all right to preach that a man
should love his neighbor as himself-it
sounds so good and platonic Bnt it is
not alway? possible. Take for in
stance the man who has planted a fine
garden and his neighbor baa chickens
which he persists in permitting to run
at large. How can the man with the
farden love that neighbor as himself?
t simply can't be done so long as
thoae chickens are not shut up.
? eor,y of the mortgage given by the
Southern railway to the Standard
Trust Company of New York, for
?m,000,000, will be filed in the office
ot the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for Anderson County. The mortgage
will be filed in every county In the
State through which the road passes,
The document is very voluminous,
contains 49,600 words and covers
equipments owned by the Southern
Mrs. Mary Shirley, relict of the late
N. A. Shirley, died at her home ia
Belton last Sunday morling, after a
'long illness, which she bore with
Christian patience and fortitude. She
was 08 years of age aod si nco her hus
band's death had made her borne in
Belton wfth ber nieces, the Misses Ma
jor. Mrs. ghirtay was tba eldest
.laughtwof the Ute A'frMFaat, and
i* survlved by two brothels* Messrs.
George and Preston Fant, and a wide
circle of relatives. She waa a most
estimable woman and greatly beloved
by her many friends* who. will long
cner?ah ber memomr. Os "S??sd?y ef
ieraoon the romain's w??e interred in
tho Belton c?met?vy, Re v. W. T. Tato
conducting the funeral services.
William'A. Wier died at bis borne io
the Antreville section Moy 9, 1900, at
Uta age ofwryest He had not bean
fa;vtferrous ?sailli for some time bat
Wa Isst illness was for foar daye only.
He w*s buried at Shiloh, th? funeral
services belog conducted by Rev. Mr.
Cain. The deceitwrd waB a member of
lae Metiaodisa onorch for many years.
In 1861 ho volautetrsd in Co. B,7tfi 8.
C. Volunteers and made a brave and
pdthfoJ Midier to the end. He was a
quiet eltf?n, respected by everybody
aad met all the da tice of lifo with
composure and fortitude His com
rade? will be grieved to hear that he
^ "crowed om the tiver" and that
?hey ?ni never; aaa hts face or ?rasp
b4a -band agata.-Abbeville Meui uni.
Died, after a protracted illness, fi om
bear t t rouble, at her home at Moun
tain Rear, Oconeo County, on Tuesday,
May Bib, 1906, Mrs Harriett Hunt, the
beloved wife of W. Hunt, aged
about 76 y ears. She whs a native of
An0^^^t?unty,#baving been ?pin
naer^K?oibfon. > Her, maiden name
was Burna. She was a member of the
Baptist phnrch and was great*/ Soved
a^d>*wctydby a| whoTfctfOwVr. A
motfcer In Israel indeedv-bas ; fallen.
bnried on thc ?tu- (nae.,
at Double, Springs Cbarcb cet?rhWy;
to await the resurrection of the j oat.
Shu louves surviving ber aged husband
autl six children, livo boya aud ono
daughter. To tho bereaved is extend*
ed our sincero condolence. -Kc?woo
New ons been received hore o.* the
death of Mrs. Eliza J. Harris on tho
10th inst., nt the home of her daughter,
.vis. H. M. Curtis, in Win lock, Wash.
Slio died of heart disease, though lu i
death was not unexpected, ns she hud
beeu in very had health for months.
Tho deceased was a daughter ot tho
late Samuel Browne, of the Broad wa y
section, and was born and lived nearly
sll ber life in this county. In 1807pho
wa? mai l ied to NV. K. Harris, of Ten*
nesseo, who died a few years later,
leaving her with one child, a daughter.
This daughter m ar tied A. M. Curtis,
of Asheville, N. C. In 1904 they mov
ed to Win look, Wash., where they
wero residing at her death. Mrs.
Harris was about OT years old. and had
been a member of tho Methodist
Church from her girlhood. Besides
many friends, she leaves a deeply be
reaved daughter and live grandchildren
and several sisteis and brothers. W.
T. Browne, of Heltou, and S. .J.
Browne, of Columbus, Ga., aro her
brothers, and Mrs. Ella Johnston, of
Willis Chapel, Mrs. lt. L. Cheshire
and Mrs. G. M. Harper, ot Anderson,
aro her sisters.
In tho already wonderfully trans
formed "public square" of Anderson
tho ladies ol the Civic Improvement
League have just installed a fountain,
the cost of which was $1,800. Wo d<?
not believe tho ladies of Anderson
have picked up on tho streets tho sev
eral thousand dollars expended ir
beautifying tho public square and itt
approaches. Nor dp wo believe Hun
are reduced to tho necessity of econo
mizina at their modistes or contribu
ting their pin money for thia admira
bio purpose. We believe the womel
of Anderson imbued with the patriotii
desire to beautify their town and hav
lng the energy and taste to accomplis)
the work, ere sustained in their com
men dable purpose by the open pocket
books of tho men. The women of Co
lumbla haye achieved u great deal ii
creating a sentiment fe a beautlfu
city nnd the municipal government i
giving them some encouragement, bn
wben will the pocketbooks be oponed
When will we have one or more boan
tifol fountains^ Let us hope that b
the time the new waterworks are oom
ploted there will be at least one fouc
The Kew Pastor Has Arrived.
Kev. W. H. Fraser, the now paste
of the First Presbyterian Church, ai
rived in Anderson last week and occt
pied his pulpit lost 8undoy inornic
and evening. His sermons were bot
eloquent end impressive and his coi
6regation 1B more than pleased wit
im. There were no services in ti
Central Presbyterian Church, and tl
St. John Methodist Church at nigh
and these congregations attended tl
aervices in the First Church.
Mr. Fraeer cornea to Anderson fro
Macon, Ga., whore he waa pastor for
number of yeera of the Tatuali Squa
Presbyterian Church. At n meeting
his old congregation, when his rest,
nation was accepted, the followii
resolutions were unanimously adopte
"Whereat. In the providence of G<
our beloved pastor bas been called
labor in another field; and while dee
ly deploring our loee, we can but bo
in meekness to the will of Him wi
doetb all things well, fer He make
all things to work together fer good
them that love the Lord; to them tb
are called according to His purpoi
therefore be it t
''Resolved, That we, the members
the Tatnall Square Presbyter!
Church, in o.nngrpcmtion essemb?ed, i
unanimously endorse him as bell
sound in the faith and of doctrine, a'
aa auch is worthy of cverv confides
and esteem, aud we do sincerely coi
mend him to the church to which
has been cnlled, and to the citizens
Anderson, 8. ?.
"Resolved further. That we des
to herein convey to him expressions
our love and esteem, remembering J
loving ministrations in the midst
trouble, aiokneaa and death, as well
his faithfulneea in breaking to na I
Bread of Life; that we testify to
untiring labors in our behalf, to
both as individ?ala, and aa & chut'
pointing to the records as to the fra
of his labora; that his departure ?
fall heavily upon the poor end nee
the aged and io ?inn of our congre;
tion; that his departure will be a gr
loas to this community, to the cause
Presbyter) ar ism in this eily, and to
Presbytery of Macon; that we un
oar prayers Unto Almighty God tl
He will vouchsafe unto him and
a continuous supply of his ble asir
adding thereto beauty for ashes, the
of joy for mourning, the garment
Eraise for the spirit of heuvineaa, t
e might be called a tree of righteo
liesa, the planting of the Lord, t
God might be glorified.
"Resolved, farther, That copie;
these resolutions bo furnished
Presbytery of Macon, the Macon
pera, the Christian Observer, and
Southern Presbyterian forpnblicatl
and that a copy bo forwarded to
First Presbyterian Church, of Ant
non, 8. C., and that these resolut!
bespread upon tho Sessional rece
of this choren." _
Railroad from Townnlle te W
An important meeting of repreaei
tive citizens interested in the prom
railroad from Westminster to To
ville, a distance of 10 miles, was 1
at Town vii Ie on Saturday. The pi
oeition was fatly discussed and ic
decided to form an organisation fe
capitalized at $50.000.
The folio ?ring beard of direuoi
the road to be feaown aa the Oct
Rai m ay Company were elected at
meeting: J. J. Fretwell, J. W. Bht
A. 8. Fant, E. C. Maret, W. P. Am
?on. J. W. Shirley, W. T. Hunt, Di
Croyle, W. K. Livingston, A. B
den, W. F. MeCae and J. J. Haley
Tho directors then met and el
the following officers : J. J. Frats
president; J. W. flhelor and W.
Anderson, vice presidente; W.C.K
secretary nnd Treasurer.
The road will traverse one of
best sections of the county. Towoi
ls a thriving village, with a bank
mill and several mercantile establ
monts. Engineers will be emplc
to make surveys, and if the peopU
teres ted respond to the move mad?
the board in the right way the bu
lng of the road is assured.
<: lilias L'ltsle Cornish, trained tea
s td apectolUt, will eontlooe her n
i liants during sommer, from May'.
New s pp* loan ts morning boara. J
docce, 30* North Mainstreet 40
^Bfl?g ino " your Lawn"-. Mower, j
Cutter . Knives, potion Seed Ore
Kui ves uod Reaper Biala* to be ?hat
SKI. I have a special machine for
work. Jess Strlbllog'sMachine 6
adjoioiog Townsenu'n Lumber Mill.
All. makes of Ice Ct?mx? Freesen
BO?d by aulllvan^Hdw. po.
k^Blue? fUdrie," "Romao.'V <*LlMle
The Swell Tailors ci' New York are making up
for their trade this season more Blue Serges than
Nothing BO handsome, nothing so good for look
ing well at ali times as the Blue Serge Suit.
Our Serges aro tried and true, and wo guarantee
them to be fast colors.
THE TAILORING IS PERFECT.
THE CUT FAULTLESS.
We guarantee our Serges to be right in every
way-out, fabric, tailoring and price.
Single or Double Breasted Styles
'$ 7.50, '
And up to 22.50.
You'll not go wrong if you buy your Serge Suit
REESE Se BOLT?
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
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I AT THE WM
liston Shoe Store, r
$3.50 Bay State Shoes at $3.00
$5.00 Cushion Shoes fat $4.25
This aale will last fifteen days.
Everything sold for Cash only during this sale.
Yours for business,
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN 8ELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors*, from'ltomers and Merchants Bank.
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HORSE AND CATTLE
; THE BEft.";"
Now is the time yon? Stock need it.
P. L. BABB & GO:,.
HOT TthMain Street?.
Farmers Loan & Trust Go,^
IS authorized to act as Execulor or Administrator of Estates and na Gua?* j
dian for minor children. Wa havo quito ia number of Estates in band Mt. |