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BY CLINKSCALIS & LANGSTON.
ANDERSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. 1906.
VOLUME XLII-NO 3
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900.
The moat populnr maa in town juet
now ia the ice man.
Miaaa?ary Parker, of Abbeville, ie
visiting friends in the city.
Misa Janie Gantt, of Pendleton, has !
been visiting Mra. F. G. Brown.
The weather bureau says the past
mouth was the hottest June eiuco 1001.
Mrs. N. B. Sullivan baa returned
from a visit to relatives in Little Bock,
Solicitor J. E. Boggs, of Pickene,
spent a day or two in the city last
B. A. Creech is visiting relatives and
friends at Morristown. Tenn., his old
Mies Jane Orr, of Fairmount, W.
Va., is visiting the family of L. P.
Mies Mary Hurt ou, ot Newberry, is
visiting Mrs. W. VV. Sullivan on River
You will find some interesting read
ing matter on every page of The Intel
There will be a grand display of
fireworks at th?) Buena Vista Park this
Mrs. W. W. Holnico, of Columbia, is
in the city visiting Mrs. Dr. A. C.
Rev. "J. J. Neville and wife have
gone to Statesville, N. C., to spend
Miss Leda Poore and mother,* of
Belton, spent last Monday in the city
W. F. Anderson? of Elberton, Ga.'
ls visiting hie old home and relatives
in thiB county.
Mrs, W. W. Holmes, of Columbia, ia
the guest sf Mrs. A.C. Strickland, on
Mrs. W. M. Price, of Washington,
Ga., is In the city visiting her father,
pant? ST. Y. Miller.
Storerooms are in demand in Ander
son, and some ot our capitalists will
have to erect a lew.^ . k
J. E. Wakefield; Jr., of Piedmont,
spent Sunday in the city visiting
friends and relatives.
Biro. Solomoti Boler, of Athens, Ga.,
is ip Anderson visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. p. Geisberg.
J. H. Godfrey, soliciting agent for
the Greenville Newa, spent a few days
In Anderson the past week.
John A; Pruitt, Sr.. ; his gone, to
Glenn Springs to spend a few weeks
for the benefit of his health. .. .
" Mro. G. C Sullivan har gone to
York, Pa., where she will spend a few
weeks visiting her mother* h
W. K. Smith has returned to his
home in Atlanta after a visit to hiB
laughter, Mn. C, E. Tribble. I i
The ''good old summer time1' was a
little slow in getting here this season
but it is making up for lost time.
/*Today le the "Glorious Fourth," and
i large crow d of peopie are in the city
Indulging ' in the festivities of the
The. salary of .the postmaster at
Bonea Path and at Clemson College
save been increased by the Postoffioe
Department .from f1,200 to $1,400
Mrs. Ella Hudgens and Miss Bessie
auunaq in uvuoa i nLU, umo UVUU
?pending a few oars tn the ci tv with
natives.; r\'\ . -N " !S "
Capt. T. H. Baesell? commandant of
he cadets - at the military academy,
(taunton. Va., is in the city visiting
; Hamilton and Barnwell Fuller, of
Anderson. S.e., are here on a visit to
heir aunt, Mrs.' V/. H. ' Hull.-Beau -
ort Gazette. - 1
Jj?Uy E. LaniTBion, who graduated
rom the; .Citadel in Charleston last
reek, ia in the city visiting his father,
&B. Watson asa T. T. Wakefield
Lave gone to Walterboro, S. C., where
hey win to-day organise a County
Mieses Bertha Don al d con, ^ Anmo
misses vertus jugs
vu, ?i. owHwt? a
liss Dot Pay ne.
? local weathe? prophet cays we aro
to have ao exceedingly hot sam
ad that we wm need tom? rain
i August 1st.
oedlcioe in awedical college at Balti
i advertisement of the South Caro
XJnlveraUy v sppvara Ut
onion; Uiyery yoong man wno
?eking an education t^a}^v^^U.;>r
The best debt a youog men
is a debt. f<
? ? ,, . , :or l?rid. It never
out for bnilding purposes, and
toe? not depreciate incala?? use.
io. 80,.Knight of
i ?egular conven
i? at sqta'ejock.
01 tho memUrwar*-*^
" ts come to snood tho remain
summer with her mother, Mrs.
? ? mjww^ X* M.A." - C JJtJ.f. I B V? 0 JS* \JXU.
E. G. J/cAdams, E; <. ? of Oklahoma,
who !mti been visiting bis parents in
the county, bas returned to bia home.
He is now engaged in the practice of
Jaw in Oklahoma city.
Tho swirling pool at the Buena
Vista Park . ? being well patronised.
A nnmber of tho fair ?as aro taking
lessons in tL? art ot swiuiniiug, and
they aro learning fast.
Messrs. J. A. Brock, K. E. Lagon, D.
P. McUrayer and Dr. S. M.Orr*r>ont
a few days at Lake Toxaway last week
attending the meeting of the South
Carolin? CcUon Mills Association.
The following caudid.ttes are an-}
uounccd in The Intelligencer thtB
week: Senate, J. E. Bret?-ea'a, Esq.,
House of Representatives, Joshua VV,
Ashley ; Judge of Probate, D. H. Bus
Rev. N. J. Murphy, pastor of St.
Jeeeph's Catholic Church in this city,
baa returned from a short vacation,
which ho spent in Canada, and will
conduct services in his church next
The tirst cotton blooms oameeo thick
und fast thia week tb-ic we couldn't re
cord 'em all, but we hope to tx* better
prepared to meet the emergency whoo
the first watermelons begin vo roll
Echo Rogers, the four-year-old son
of W. M. Rogers, died at his home in
this city last Friday morning, after a
brief illness. On Saturday the re
mains were interred in Silver Brook
The intense heat in the low country
is driving many people to the cool
mountain ?reeoits. Nearly every day
the passenger trains from Charleston
to toe mountains are crowded with
Married, ou Tuesday. Juno 20, 1000,
at the home of the bride's mother
lire. Ida Maret, in Fork Township,
bv Rev. W. W. Leathers, Mr. Samuel
W. Milford, of thia city? and Miss
The county summer school for teach
ers now has an enrollment of about 70.
The school ia one of the largest in the
State and ita work ie always of a high
character. The session will end the
last of next week.
A game of base ball will be played
at the park today fox- the benefit of the
ladies1 Hospital Association, the play
era having on "mother hubbards'' in
stead of uniforma. Everybody go
and help the ladles out.
Misses Virginia and Frances, two
Eratty, little girls of Mr. and J. Cal
oun .Marshall, of Anderson, are in
th& etty .je charming guests of their
Saud mother, Mrs. F. J. Marshall.
bbeville Press and Banner.
Reed Miller, of New York, is visit
ing relatives in the city. He has won
distinct irv? ?n the metropolis as a Ging
er. Be possesses a splendid, tenor
voice, which has been heard by Ander
son people before with finch pleasure
Miss Lillie Mollen, of Knoxville,
renn., is visiting relatives and friends
In the city. She is one of Knoxville's
moac beautiful and charming young
ladies, Thissis her third visit tn the
city and her many friends are pleased
to greet her again.
If any man ever had a lacy bone in
him, the sultry weather for the past
Few weeks would surely make him
?ware of the fact. Some men brag of
not having such a bone in their anat
3my, Are yon the one? ,
Mr. Baxter Watt was seriously
burned last Thursday evening at the
?tore of A? 8. Bowie at Starr. He was
souring gasoline, which caught fire,
ind both his arms and banda were
yAntally burned. < We join his friends
n wishing him a speedy recovery. 4
Tho Bi?e Hidge raliway baa under
VflV ImttMV?m??BB Af ???|*?? M???Z
vhich when completed will aggregate
?200,000 or more. The improvements
prill consist mainly of the purchase of
?wo new locomotives, the erection of
jridgea and putting in side track*.
Mrs. Milledge Bonham, of Andir
on, is in the city spending awhile with
Ara. Fannie Marshall. Mro. Bonham
?as not visited in Abbeville in a num
ber of yeo rs, ehe has many friends
:cro w I. vr nili ?>t> KJ?d io welcome her
tere.-Abbeville Press and Banner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Latimer, of
lonea Path, are in the city visiting
riendft and relatives. The Intelligen -
er fe vee is greatly indebted to them
or a basket of delicious figs, pears
r.d plume, which Were greatly enjoyed
nd for which wo retnrn many than ka.
Th? competitivo examination for
Vinthrop College scholarships will be
eld in this city next Friday, 5th inst.,
?ginning at 8 o'clock a. m. These
cbolarships aro worth striving for,
nd we. hope many of our young wo*
jen will nuke an. effort to secure
oem. . <. ? .
McDavid Horton, Uea&tif of this
lty*?wfto h*8 been a reporter on the
IrooavjUlo Daily Nowa at Greenville
ra several months, baa gone to Col?ra
la to become the city editor ot the
; versing Record. ' This rise is a good
ne, and Mr. Horton is to be cohgrab?
lated, i ??Mm / v; s ' .. ? V ,.
T.; L> Cromer, formerly superinten
ent of the Giuck cotton mill at An
erson, 8. C., has accepted the posi
on of superintendent at the Bellevue
nd ie* now busily engaged running
io mill. He is a good mill man;with
great deal of experience .-Rook Hsll
N^sia.v %m ?pip
Can did a tea for State and county offil
BB should not neglect to filo their
lodges with the clerk of court a? re
uired by the recent Act of tho Legis*
?tir?. Tallare to filo this pledge bo
?te the opening of the county cam
al go will disqualify the candidate
rf nilling : . .: -.. *'-.>A ?, :. ..-. : >':?:/
Mr. A. Cheek, of Sesees,
spendiny a few days iu the city, tryitg
to secure a house to live in but naht ho
trna unable co ?et one. Mr. Cheek is
?well known bridge builder aud con
tractor and if ho can secure a hoase in
Anderson, he und hie family will ro
?eive a warm welcome.
J. D. Rast, of Monroe, N. C., has ar
ived in Anderson to take charge of
ho Andrews Furniture Houses on
)epot etreot. Mr. Rast will move his
aniily to Anderson this week and they
viii occupy a house lust comploted on
Iureball avenue. They will receivo a
iO??H?! velconio in the Electric City.
The thirty-sixth annual convention
f tho South Carolina Stato Dental
issociatton was held last week nt tho
slo of Palms and was attended by
av?rai of tho dentists of Andersou.
.'ho Association accepted an tar ?ta
lon to meet in this city iu;v?-, year,
nd will bo given a cordial welcome.
Several weeks ago sami les of the
itv water, taken from hydrants in
ilVerent parts of the city, r/are sent to
Boston chemist for analysis. The
eport of tho chemist has been made
ublio. He pronounces tho water safo
ud suitable for drinking aud domes
io purposes and x 'oe from ammonia
If you expect to vole in tho coming
rimary elections make it your per
onal business to seo that your name
\ on your Democratic Club roll,
.'ho oilicers of the club probably have
there, but no man *.s infallible, and
ours might be tho name overlooked.
>o not go to sleep over this matter, it
The congregation of St. Joseph's
Catholic Church have let the contract
or building tteir new house of wor
lup at the corner of MoDuffie and
?arle streets. Tho building will cost
.bout $10,000. Much of this amount
iaa been raised by the congregation
md members of other churches have
ion tributed liberally.
Aa a result ?? a trip made to Pied
oont a few days ago by Deputy
lueriff Scott and State Constable
?avid, W. T. Hammond, aged 05
rears, is in jail here and James Handy
s out on bond until the next term of
;ourt. The ofiloera scented some
Iquor selling in Piedmont and made
ho trip over with the above results.
J, H. Oulla who has been superln
endenfc of printing at the Connie
daxwell Orphanage for several years
iaa resigned that position and will
nove to Anderson to start a Job print
ug business of his own. Mr. Ontla
IRS many friends here who Will regret
ils departure from thia city. Hones
heir best wishes for a successful bus
ness * in Anderson,-Greenwood In
Plant peas plentifully, pvo?ierly,
iromptly, and persistently. They will
?e?p the corn shortage greatly. Some
>f the best farmers in the County feed
heir work stock, exclusively on well
Hired pea-vine hay from laying by to
and breaking time, after which they
ind one- feed of core a day and a
?lenty of hay all that their slick mules
The J pre me Court has decided that
I. B. Bv^nes, a white man, must go
o the chalk, gang. Haynes was eon
acted of disposing of goods under a
len, the goods in question being a
vu te h belonging to w. H. Kee se, a
eweler of this city. He was sentenced
io one year on the gang and he "rill
?tart at once doing service for the
J ubi io.
Prof. W. ?. Breszeale, of Rutgers
College, New Brunswick, N. S., is
'topping, at the Walhalla Hotel for a
ew weeks. He holds the chair of
mathematics in this, college and ia a
cacher ol rare ability. He ie a broth
ir of Hon. J. E. Breaxeale, of Ander
en, and expects to spend his vacation
a the Piedmont section.-Keowee
i nereis some talk of having aspe
lal term of the Conrt of General Ses
iona thia summer. The matter rests
rith the bar association, and if that
.ody desires an extra term Solicitor
leggs will ask for it. There are 85 or
0 cases on the criminal docket await
ag trial. A special term would ena
le the Conrt to clear . the docket of
bese cases and get a fresh start with
he fall term.
Mr. J. H. Godfrey, formerly of
neraw, but who has been Circulation
[anager of the Greenville Dally.News
t Greenville, for several months, has
orne to our city to represent the News
ere. Mr. Godfrey will have charge
f the News bureau as well as the
nderson circulation. He has had
rosiderable newspaper experience,''
ad the interests of the News will be
ell looked after.
James B. Evans, aa aged Cen fed
rate Veteran, died at his nome at the
nderson cotton mill last Sunday
iarning and his remains were inter
id on Monday at Silver Brook como -
?ry. Mr. Evans had long been amie*
id with rheumatism, but MB death
as probably doe to advanced ige.
e was highly esteemed by bis friends,
ho deeply regret his death.
Congress having appropriated $50.
0 for the .erection of a postofDce
ii|ding ia this city, the next thing In
-der ?ill be tho selection ot a site,
s? of the prettiest ead most con
solent sites that has been suggested
the lot at the corner of Depot and
orth McDuf?e streets, opposite The
kielligencer office. This property is
vnedby our clever townsman. Wm.
. Osborne, who would no doubt sell
afc a reasonable price. ..
J; C. Smith died at his home at the
iverside mills last Thursday night,
'ter an illness of several weeks with
Shold fever. On Friday afternoon
funeral ser Tices were conducted by
s v. M. McCnen, and the remains
ere laid to rest in Silver Crook cerao
ry by the Odd Fellows, Of which er
ip ieation the deceased was a devoted
ember. He leaves'a wife and one
did, who in their sore bereavement,
-ve the sympathy of a wide circle of
lend** ? .'
Sp moeh has been ?aid in the public
lots about the eausea that lead to
)pendlcltte-and other diseases of the _
omach digestive organs, that 9
?lera itt roda taffs should exercise
rery precaution to protect their cns
mera from disease and injury by in
ating on getting nothing but the
ireet foods to offer for salo even
ough it may be a trifle higher. On
ie other hand the trade should lend a
?Ipis? band to ?J-Sealers sc zzszgzZ
This crusade against Impure and
lui tera t?l foods by demanding only +
?e; beet goods and refusing to accept I
ich goods as must be, from the very
itu re of th* cheapness, an evidence
ist adulteration existe, j The sooner
ley come to . the.. realisation of the
Ltenfc fact that no on? get? . some
lng for nothing in this commercial
jo, the bet teri t will bo for all cancern
l. Such certificates ofpunty os ccoo.ni
my Dean's Patent Flour should be
jraanded by every purchaser of food
sffe In these days of harmful adult- ,
ants, and our readers are referred to *
6 n? &.WRatiiff >? new adv rtTs 11
T) A T?TTATP
This is thc time of the year when a man's
thoughts turn to Bathing Suits.
Better inane a dive for one of ours-we've a
It's Cheaper to Buy
Than to Rent.
TWO PIECE JERSEY CLOTH,
Plain and in Colora,
Men's and Boys', $1.00 to $2.00.
WOOL SUITS, Plain and Fancy,
$1.00 to $2.00.
We've a few Sample
To go at a pri?e.
We've a good variety of Bathing Suits, and are
sure we can furnish exactly the style of Suit you
wiU want to wear.
EESE & BOLT
THE ONE PRIOE
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
1 lUVLiO lYLfl/U
ON ALL LINES
IN UDK MUM!
rwo-Piece Wash Suits.
? A SAVING OF
25 TO 50 PER CENT
In any article purchased in our Store,
?orth Side Court Square. v,v
Two doors Bast of Farmers apd Merchants Ban*^
mi Anderson, &%,