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tienal Expositions and World's Fairs held
within the last thirty years. : ? : : :
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WEDNESDAY. JUNK C, 1906.
THE 001X011 MAMET.
Mioa Irene- Osborne is visiting
? riendo and relatives in Newberry.
Mrs. J. W. Pr?vost, of Knoxville,
Tennessee, is visiting relatives in the
Miss Bessie Sumaierlin, of Florida,
IB in the city visiting Miss Meta Sulli
Mrs. Chris Saber, of Willintuston,
hns been spending a few days in the
Miss Fannie Harper, of Honea Path,
ia in the city visiting relatives and
Money cannot buy happiness, but
wost of us aro willing to inske tno ex
Col. Henry E. Thompson, of Colum
bia, spent a day or two in Anderson
Mrs. D. J. Simpson and children, of
Toccoa, Ga., are visiting relatives in
The candidates for offices in Ander
son are very slow in making them
We baye often wondered daring the
bot weather i? the Bummer girls are as
cool as they look.
W. F. Daniel was called to hin old
home in Laurens Saturday by tfee
death of his father.
A local weather prophet says that
this ccction will have an abundance of
rain daring this month.
Jaliai H. Weil and wife, of Colum
bia, have been spending a few d-*yo in
the city visiting relatives.
Hiss Eunice Russell is attending the
commencement of tho Presbyterian
College in Clinton this week.
Mrs. li. H. Brock, of Honea Path, R
bas been spending a few days in An- r
deraon visiting friends andreiatives.
Gov. Hey ward has appointed J. J.
MoWhorter magistrate at Piedmont,
to succeed E. C. McCarter, resigned.
Miss Vina Patrick, who has been at
tending college in Maryland, has re
turned home to spend the summer va
If you are not a member of a
Democratic Club be sure and join one
so you can vote in the next primary
The price of cotton has not began
to climb.towards 15 cents yet. It see
saws from day to day, but the changes
are small. *
Make your arrangements to come to
Anderson on the 4th of Joly. There
will be mach to entertain and interest
you here that day.
I Misses Nell and Lula Bewley, of
I Greenwood, have been spending a few
days In the city visiting then: aunt,
Mrs. C. S. Sullivan.
Dr. L. T. Shirley, a most worthy and
popular citizen of Centrai, S. C., was
in the city lost Saturday and gave us
an appreciated call.
Miss Claire Browne, who bss been
teaching in the graded school at Or?
angebnrg, bas returned home to spend
the summer vacation. '
W. Har! s ton Barton, son of J. E.
Barton, of Anderson, bas accepted a
position with the Easley Bottling
Works.--Easley Progress. :.
Our young friend, J. E. Harper, of
Ridgeway, S. C., is spending a few
days in Anderson visiting hit parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harper.
An exchange says its queer, but a
girl can be lots smarter in helping-her
beau's mother than she ever could be
in helping ber own mother.
I . Tba drinking . candidate who offers
j for office should be allowed ta remain
a private citizen. It is alika due to
himself as well as to the publie.
i : Watermelons from Florida have
made their appearance on the market,
bat on account of the high price the
average man baa to pass, them by.
^ Rev. V. li Jfasters, of Greenwood,
ooe of the editors of tbs Baptist Press,
Spent last Saturday in the city and was
warmly greeted by bia many friends.
There will bo no services at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church next 8unday.
Tho regalar services will be held
there on the. fourth Sunday, 24th inst.
?Prof. Kv C. Burts, of Honea Path,- a
recent graduate of Forman University,
bas been elected principal of the Eas
ley Graded school for the ensiling
yaar. ? .: -z V
Tho swimming pool at the .Buena
vista park has bean completed and is i
now ready for business. It will no
doubt ba liberally patronized by both
: Whatever else yon may do this carn
al er dosft fall OB! with your neighbor
about politics* Remember that we all
can't think exactly alike on publie
questions, : \ ? ?
The Orr Mills and Riverside baseball
teams played a game of ball last Sat
urday afternoon, which resulted in a
vwtory^for the first. named by a score
Chiqnola Lodge, No. 83, Knights of i
Pythias, will meet tomorrow; ereaing
hi 5;50 o'-ciock. It will be an interest
ing meeting. All the members are
?rged to attend.
' v The Bishop's Branch Farmers' Union
will meet next Friday afternoon at
3:00 o'clock. AU the members are
urged to attend, us the meetto? will be
important one. ::?-%
^l^^i?^i??k^?i?A- other 'weft;
known vocal vaas?o teachers will con
duct an all-day singing at Neal's
CreekChcrchnext 8acdayc Thcpub
Tfce early gardener irnow
J. Eogene Cr ay ton, of Char' ".to,
N. C., has been spending a few days in
the city, hi? old home, visiting rela
tives. Hts visit was a source of mach
pleasure to his many old friends.
J/?83 Elisa Ransom, xvbo bas been
living with her uncle, tho late Wm.
Raneotn, near Starr, has gone to Char
lotte, N. C., where she will reside
with her brother, H. E. Ransom.
Commencement at Wot ford College
will begin next Sunds^j. 10th inst.
Thero aro twenty-four grauusteB this
year, sad among themis li ?igor J??ch
a rd sou, of Anderron County, sha
ctmasvery high the class.
Miss Leda Poore, of Bolton, wno
i? a student of the Greenville JJ ?malo
College, bas returned hotuo *~ spend
tho summer vacation. Sho expects to
take a conservatory coureo in mueio
after yruduuting at tho collego thero.
Tho succulent and seedy *<tmckbeiry
will soon bo hero with both feet, ft
will be in evidenco for some time, and
wiii bo a source of delight as long ar, it
remains. It is an humble but a vary
popular member of tho vegetable
Tho Clemson Collego commence
ment is at hand and will attract a
largo crowd of visitors from this sec
tion. Tho exorcises will bogia with a
sermon next Sunday and will con
tinue through Monday and Tuesday
The farmers who aro buying corn at
the present high prices will scarcely ,
neglect to plant a sofliciency for next
year. It ia a bad polioy to grow cot
ton with which to bay corn, even
though the former ooh! for fifteen cents
J. E. Anderson, who lives on South
Main street owns au old 'possum that
is the pseud mother of twelve little
one?, which were born a few days ago.
Thio interesting family attracts the
admiration of every person who bas
seen them. ?
The R. F. D. Carriers' Association
of Anderson County met in this city
last Wednesday. T. A. McElroy, of
Pelear? and J. R. Harris, of Belton,
were elected delegates to the State
Association, which meets in Laurens
July 3 and 4.
Misses Cora and Flora Wright, of
this county, who gr^ Junted from the
Greenville Female College last week,
have returned home. Their sister,
H?BS Bertie Wright, accompanied by
Sloan Keaton and Christie Wright,
attended the commencement exercises.
The Greenville News of yesterday
Bays: "Friends of Mr. J. L. Latimer
will regret to know th .it. he ia desper
ately ill at his daughter's residence on
Augusta street in ;his city. He is
eevcuty years old and came here re
cently from Honen Path to reside with
Mrs. J. C. Milford."
Mrs. Joe Trowbridge, of Anderson,
and Mrs. Chris Chalmers left last
Thursday for Salisbury, N. C., whore
i they will visit Mrs. Orono Hughes
Huntley. They will Bpond awhile in
Greensboro with Mrs. W. N. Collett
before returning to Abbeville.-Abbe
ville Press and Banner.
Messrs. Mauldin, Farmer and
Ligen, of Anderson, and lt. F. ??crrie,
of Willington, were here yesterday,
and in company with their local as
sociates in the purchase of the Mc
Cormick property rode over the land,
with a view to its immediate devel
Annette, the two-yenr-olA daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. TM.mme!, died
at their home in this city lost Sunday
night, after a brief illne'is. On Mon
day afternoon the funeral services
were conducted at the home cf the
bereaved parents by Rev E. S. Trues
dale and the remains were interred in
Silver Brook cemetery.
On account of the death of Mr. Hall
the stock of clothing and gents' fur
nishing goods of the Charles B. Hall
Co. will be closed out at greatly re
duced prices. The large and interest
ing advertisement on the first y jago of
Tho Intelligencer will give you the
Particulars of ?-ho sale. Bead i i care
H. H. Acker, D. j. O. Si'oore and
Mrs. A. F. Cbenault have purchased
the heme sSace of the late. Capt.
A. T. Broyles, on South Main street,
paying $10,000 for it. The lot contains
nosily four acres, and ls one of the
most desirable pieces of real estate in
the city. The purchasers secured a
bargain in the property at the price
The Charleston Evening Post of last
Wednesday says: "Mr. and Mrs.
George A, Wagoner are going abroad
again this summer. Mr. Wagen er's
health having been much improved in
former years by spending some time
at German hearth resorts." Mr. and
Mrs. Wagoner's many friends In An
derson will join ns in wishing them a
safe and pleasant trip.
Jack Gumbrell, the negro who in
flicted a terrible wound upon his wife's
shoulder with an axe, some days ago.
has been captured and is now behind
thu bars in the county jail. His wife, ,
Elisa Gambrell, ls still suffering great
pain, but unless complications set in,
she is likely to get well. Jack was
captured at nia old haunts some miles
cast of Honea Path.-Greenville
Adjutant-General Frost has received
a letter from the War Department
saying that the .three regiments of the
National Guard from this State will
be allowed to go into camp at Chicka
mauga separately, one each week, be
ginning Joly 28th. The members of
the Palmetto Riflemen of this city will
begin at once making preparations for
the encampment,: and will do doubt
Sock forwaid to the occasion with
pleasant an tiering Hone. -
.? special dispatch from Seneca to
the' Greenville* News, under date of
thc 4th inst, says: "A. A. Duncan, of
Seneca, and Miss Rada Williams, of
the Return section, had a narrow
Wipe from drowning Sunday after
noon in Snow creek, about two miles
from Cross Roads. The horse they
were .driving; became unmanageable,
upsetting the boggy in mid-stream;
Tho horeo was drowned sod tho boggy
utterly demolished. Mr. Duncan
J?I^?? yoS??lftSy ?y swimming to
the shore w-di her."
I The following t?t!i J?rcrs hr?** wea !
drawn to serve at eba tem of tho Court
^. .vi uwvui u, ?..vui|IUWU| JUT. ?T .
Greer and John E-kcw, Centerviile:
A* w. McCu ?longh and R. BJ Sherard,
Corner: j C. Ev Maret and J. M. Broyles,
Fcik; Leard Newton, Garvin; R. B.
Kay and Bv F,-Gaseaway, Honea Pathi
O. C. Kin* ,Ev ".Duckworth, "Wi M.
Marun,?ti &.Meeetortod W. t?. Mar
tin, Hopewell ; Samuel McCrary. Pon
di^] J. T. HcC?^?^MlVmf
At tho recent meeting of tho Grand
Lodge Knights of Pythias at Sumter a
committee was appointed to receive
propositions from towns and cities in
the State for the location of a Pythian
Orphanage. This committee will visit
the various places which make ?fters
for the orphanage and will report on
the matter at tho session of tho Grand
Lodge to be held in Anderson next
spring. Thc citizens of Williamtton
Lave made a lino ofter for the location
of tho orphanage there, and we hope
they will be successful in securing it.
Tho Perpotual Building and Lonn
Association was formally oigunixcd
last week by tho election of tho follow
ing officers: Robert E. Ligou, presi
dent; J. E. Harton, vice-presideut; P.
E. Clinkscales, secretory and treasurer;
G. C. Sullivan, attorney. Tho Asso
ciation ia capitalised at $100,000, with
tho privilege of increasing tho capital
stock co half n million Tho directors
are: il. E. Ligou, W. R. Osborne, VV.
H. lian ison, G. C. Sullivan. P. E.
Clin kee ales, J. E. Barton, VV. L.
Brissey, Calhoun Harris and D. C.
Tho People's Savings Bank was or
ganized Friduv by tie f lection of the
following oMicors: J. J. Frotwoll, pres
ident; L. R Watson, vice-president;
J. N. Bitchily, cashier; Raymond
Fret well and F. H. Shirley, assistant
cashiers; Bor.nam & Watkins attor
neys. Tho l"*ard of directors consists
of J. J. Fret*, ell, L. lt. Watson, W,
H. Tucker, W. C. Fant, T. W. Mc
Carley, W. J. McClure, of Auderson;
E. P. Gam broil, Belton; C. C. Jones,
Starr, and Vance Dooloy, of Willhuu
ston. The bank haw a capitalization
of 825,000 and will occupy same
building with the People's Bank.
The Greenville Mountaineer says:
''Miss Vusbti Keys, daughter of W.
W. Keys, has been given a handsome
diamond ring, os a result of a spirited
voting contest conducted by the Com
mercial Travelers Union tit Chai lotto.
Out of a total of 40,000 votes cast, Miss
Keys received more than half that
number, and the yoong lady who
stood next received not quite 8,000.
For some months post Miss Keys has
been engaged in work at Charlotte
and her great popularity is quite
Satlfying to her Greenville friendo."
isa Keys is a native of Anderson aud
has many friends here who will be de
lighted to hear of her good fortune.
At the beginning o' ;ho campaign
we wish to announce tL?t, as has been
our custom for several years past, we
will charge advertising ratea for pub
lishing any communication or article
(including cards of thanks) intended
to advance the interests or any par
ticular candidate. As we have ex
plained many times before we desire
to treat all alike and if we publish one
such article free every other candi
date and all bis friends would have
the right to expect tho same favor.
Advertising space ia a newspaper's
chief stock in trade and it costs money
to set type.
Rev. W. H. Fraser waa installed ao
pastor of the First Presby terian Church j
on Sunday morning by a commission 1
from South Carolina presbytery. Rev.
J. Lowrie Wilson, of Abbeville, pre
sided and preached the sermon. Rev,
Joseph E. James, pastor of tho Central
Presbyterian Church, of this city,
charged the new pastor aud propound
ed tue constitutional questions. Mr.
W. A. Templeton, of Abbeville, charg
ed tho congregation. Mr. Fraser was
recently called to the pastorate of tho
church to succeed Rev. 8. J. Cart
ledge, who accepted a call to the
church in Chester. Mr. Fraser is
gentleman of very pleasing personality
and is an attractive pulpit orator.
L. O. Clinkscales, an energetic and
progressive young farmer of Martin
Township, has ieic with us a sample of
his whoas trop, which is the iineat we
have ever seen produced in this coun
try. He has ten acres, from which he
expects to harvest two hundred or
more bushels. It is, however, slightly
damaged by the rust. Mr. Clink
Beales used on this patch fifteen bush
els of cotton seed, two hundred pounds
of acid phosphate and seventy-five
pounds of nitrate of soda to the acre,
and turned the land beZore sowing it
with a very large plow pulled by four
muleB. The stalks will average five
feet in heigbth and the bends five
inches ia length. The crop is of the
"golden chafe" and "bearded" varie
ties, which were mixed in eo>ual parts
and sown broadcast.
Edward A. Rissell, formerly of tho
Slabtown section of Anderson County,
at present a citizen of Lamar County,
Texas, waa in Easley a few days this
week visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. Russell was com m ie Bioner from
the Paris, Texas, Presbytery to the
general assembly recently held in
rr^euville. Ed looks about as young
and seems as full of life is he did fif
teen years ago when he removed from
this section to Texas. He is a very
enthusiastic Texan, but says be still
has a warm place in bis heart for old
South Carolina, the land of bia nativity
and the home and burial place of his
parents and fore-parents? He says the
prospect for a crop of cotton this year
in Texas was very gloomy when he
left home two weeks ago; altogether
too much rain,-Easley Progresa.
The annual m ne timor nf the hospital
association was held last week at tho
residence of Mrs. Geo. M. Tolly. The
report of the treasurer showed that
nearly $4,000 had been raised for tbe
hospital building. The following offi
cers were elected to serve for the com
ing year: Mrs. 8. C. Baker, president;
Mrs. 8. E. Mooter, first vice-president;
Mrs. J. M. Paget, second vice-presi
dent; Mrs. J.' B. Townsend, recording
secretary; Mrs. Walter Brock, corre
sponding secretary and treasurer. The
board of direotors is Mesdames Swain
Gllmer, A.P. Johnson, M. L. Bonham,
J. A. Brock, B. C, Webb, George
Tolly, T. C. Walton, George Broyles,
Raymond Beattie, and Miss Verina
Brown. The advisory board is
Messrs. Swain Gil mer, A. 8. Farmer,
G. F. Tolly, U. E. Seyht, R. S. LIgon,
A.M. Carpenter, Dr. G. C. Cou g ul in
and Jadge W. F. Co*.
The Old man Snlpea still makes the
beat Pictures for the money. Frames
made to order, say size, at live and 1st
Uve price. Fancy Pictures and Glan
|pr sale. so-tf
.per Sades to be sharpen
ed. I have a special machine fox auoh
work.. Jess. 3trlblIojt'e Machine Shop,
adjoining Townsend'. lamber Mill.
All . makes of Ice Cream Freezers ore
sold by Sullivan Haw. Co.
Cered of BflflhPs Disease.
Geo. A. Sherman, Lu bon Bed Mills.
Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "X bad
kidney disease for many years and bsd
bsea treated by physicians for twelve
j years; had taken ewell known kidney
medicine and other remedies that were
recommended but got no relief until I
bogan using Foley's Kidney Cnre. The
fLr?t half bottle ?ifo^aa me and four bot
tles have cured me. of this terrible dis
ease. Before I besan' taking Foley's
! Kidney Caro I bad to moke Water about
every ?fieen minutes, day and night,
nud paseod * brick-dust substance, end
aometi mea a slimy substance. I believe
?lSpuW have died if I had not taken Fo
ley's Kidney Core. Kyana Phaimaqy.
The Swell Tailors of New York are making up
for their trade this season moro Blue Serges than
Nothing so ii i udsome, nothing so good for look
ing well at allf *mes as the Blue Serge Suit.
Our Sorgos aro tried and true, and we guarantee
them to be fast colors.
THE TAILORING IS PERFECT.
THE CUT FAULTLESS.
We guarantee our Borges to bo right in every
way-cut, fabric, tailoring and price.
Single or Double Breasted Styles
And up to 22.50.
You'll not go wrong if you buy your Serge Suit
REESE & BOLT,
THE ONE PRICE
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
Two-Piece Wash Suits.
A SAVING OF
25 TO 50 PER CENT
On any article purchased in cur Store.
Miss Dora Geisberg,
North Side Court Square.
Two doors East of Farmers ard Merchants Bank, I
Anderson, S. ?. )