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The people are looking for the things
that ; maka life comfortable-the
lightest, airiest, sheerest, coolest
. li fabrics.
The Costume that Makes the
Look the Sweetest, appear the most
Stylish, arid feel the most Comfortable
is tho Thing. : : : ? : ; : :* : ;
Ware piepawd to aatiaf* pg want along thia Une.
Summer White Goods,
Summer Dress Goods,
.,..._"^^^sthe T^i^ffl? ;
Are the Necessary
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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8, 1&06.
?<r. J, M. Sullivan has returned from
Mr. A. N. Holland, of Jackson, Ga.,
is in the city
Only 290 registered for the general
Mickes Helen David and Ella Steph
ens are in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Farmer have re
turned, from New York.
The shows at the Park Casino are
well patronized this week.
Mrs. Robert A. Mayfield and Miss
Sallie Bowie arc in Asheville..
Mr. O. B. Smith, of Vandorgrift,
Pa., is in the county visiting.
Miss Mttyme Nicholson has returned
from an extended visit to New York.
Mr. Sam Browne and wife of Cross
?T.U have boen visiting in the county.
Dr. J. D. Chapman has gone to
Woodruff to condupt a revival meeting?
The Anderson County Medical Asso
ciation meeta in Williamston tomor
H. C. Jetton of Greenville is visiting
his mother Mrs. J. B. Jetton in the
Mr. T. 5. Coleman is closing out his
stock of goods and will go out of busi
Misses Beulah and Willie Gentry of
Greenville are visiting Miss Minnie
Rev. A. L. Pattersop of Mount Car
mel preached in the A. R. P. Church
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. RatlifTeahd Mrs.
M. A. Dean left Monday for Asheville
for a pleasure trip.
Elder J. J. Herring of Liberty, Ala.,
is in the city visiting his daughter,
M rs. Jos. M. Smith.
Col. M. F. Ansel and Col. J. T.
Sloan, candidates for Governor, spent
Thursday in the city. 1
- Mr. Pres. C. Fant, a former Intelli
gencer typo, but now of Spartanburg,
spent Sunday in the city.
I 'Miss Part h en i a MettzO, a channing
youn^ lady of Gaffney, ia in the city
visitLig' MiBS Clio Jetted
'Mrs. Roy Nance Smih.^rs of Ann
Arbor, Mich., id in the city vatting her
fattier, Judge R. Y. H, Nahce.
.. Mr. J. V. Elgin of Broadaway Town
ship sent the Intelligencer printers a
nice basket of peaches and apples.
I Mrs. Philip Schuck m an, a .Charleston
lady well known in Anderson, died in,
that city Friday after a short illness.
: Iff^s. Alma Penny Is in the city visit
ing relatives. She has been in Nash
ville attending the school of trained
Herd Newell, an cjd Anderson boy,
who has been, holding a repulir, po
sitionni Fountain mn, i$ "in the city
this week. '
Mrs. G. Ernest: Brown and children,
of Birmingham, Ala., are in the city
visiting her parente, Mr. and"Mrs. J.
? 'Hv'';Young.\'..'; ; ..';.' _
Married, at the home of Mr. A; G.
Thompson, at Starr, Mr. Freefoan
danton and Miss Mazeile Reese, both
of M?doc, S. C.
. -M^ yfnql bas been a
car inspector on tho- Southern, has ICK
cated at Belton and will engage in the
grofcery business; . ' V
Married, Aug; 6, by S: N. Mart??;
Magistrate, and at his residence, Mr.
Other Irby and Miss Ira Bell, both of
Anderson County. ..? ' i/ '
Mayor-elect McCulIy and Jlon. J. E.
Breazeale are in Augusta. ettending
^6;'Grand Lodge of the AncientPrder
,.; Marri?d, at the residence ot RevY R?
C. Ligon, :the officiating mildster, Mri
Jennings Dorri of McCormick and Miss
Married; at the home of the bride's
father, t. S. Sadler^ in W?liamston,
Mr. -, Graham McGregor and Mias Lula
S&$er; Rey.. Stuart officiatbig, -
S&Dr. -, SV C. Byrd," the iiewty elected
president : of they. Chicora College,
.Greenville,, '' preach?!, in the First
Presbyterian church last Sunday. s
Rey/i O; Jj- Copeland and wife, of
Gainesville, Ga., ara in the city visiting,
relative^ -Mr, Copeland preached at
^^k:^i^??l^^?? l?at S?riday. ; .
.The annual reunion o? tlie family of
R?^mcmd F, Wyatt w?? be held at the
iriH Bi-ushy Greek- T August
Th?ine was a civil: . ceryi^||$i||ra?l|
lit the gra?ed school ,baikling on
1^ street last Saturday, foi &e^pb
sitjcA of R. F. p. carrier? in A?denon
' : Married, by. Rev. W. B. Hawkins, aft
j & Pe?ir?^n's .popular'.- affealadlea apent
Ber brother? Thomas A, murrah, and
mentS? C.- Vorantfters, wiK^l^^i;
^rch on the 15th day
^^rn^nd ^o?^rs :^^re8s tho
Rev. O. J. Copeland, pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Gainesville,
Ga., will preach in the First Baptist
Church of th'.a city next Sundry morn
ing at ll o'clock.
Mr. Wilton E. Lee, who has been
outside manager of the Brogon Mills
for a long time, has resigned and will
accept a position with the Southern
Power Co. at Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Robinson of
Monea Path passed through the city
Saturday en route to Deans, where
they will visit Mrs.. R. B. A. Robin
son, who has been quite sick.
In an election held by the members
of Co. E, First Infantry, of this city
laBt Friday for the election of a second
Lieutenant- Sergeant Eugene H. Nar
din was the successful candidate.
Piercetown Lodge, Not 108, I. O. O.
F., have installed the following officers
for this term: M. B. Daniel, M. G.;
W. H. Allen, V. G. ; A. M. Guyton,
secretary; A. C. Webb, treasurer.
I Mr. W. H. Cothran of Belton is an
nounced in The Intelligencer as a can
didate for the House of Representa
tives. Mr. . Co thu-..) is very popular
with the people of his community.
t Mr. S. L. ..Burts, superintendent of
the Western ti mon Telegraph Co., with
headquarters in Atlanta, passed through
the city Saturday on his way to Henea
Path to visit his father, Rev. R. W.
AU persons interested in the grave
yard at Beaverdam Church will please
meet there on August 14, at 7 a. m., to
clean off the same. The protracted
meeting will begin at this church on
the 19th. ^
At Jonesboro, Ga., last week Mr. S.
H. Cobb, proprietor of the Coca Cola
Bottling Works in this city, was mar
ried to Miss Elise Smith at the home of
the bride in that city. Rev. J. E. Eng
land officiated. '
Hon. C. A. Smith, of Timmonsville,
president of the State Baptist Conven
tion, ie in the city on a visit to Mrs.
J. W. Quattlcbaum. Mr. Smith, like
all other strangers who come hete, is
greatly pleased with the city.
The County Campaign opened at
Piedmont hiBt Saturday. All of the
candidates for the legislature express
ed themselves as opposed to the State
dispensary. The next meeting will be
at Toxaway Mills next Monday.
Jean Haroun, the 13-year-o?d nephew
bf Mr. T. B. Earle, fell from the roof
of a house in course of construction on
Franklin street Tuesday afternoon and
broke several ribs, together with sev
eral ugly gashes about the face.
Hon. Julius E. Bogga ia announced
today, as a candids te for Congress from
this district. Mr. Beggs is very popu
, lar in Anderson and will receive a good
vote here. He possesses both energy
and ability and will make a good Con
gressman if elected. \
Mr. Kurtz P. Smith is announced as
a candidate for the House of Represen
tatives. Mr. Smith ia a. promising
young lawyer of this city and has been
a student of public questions for quite
a while and has very decided views On
the issues of the day. - . v
The Old School Picnic will be held at
Sunset Forest on Wednesday, August
16th> All patrons, pupils and
' teachera.of the Holly Springs, Hunter
? Springs;, and SSour Wood Springs
schools are cordially invited to be
present. Remember the baskets,
Mr. John E. Breazeale has withdrawn
from the race for State' Senator.
When he consented to run he stated
that he would only do so in case that
there would be no scramble for the
job. When others announced them
selves for the position he then with
drew. ' . ' /. .. -.' ' '
; : Rebecca ??r.e. infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Kay, died at their
residence Monday afternoon. The fu
neral services were held at the residence
yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, con
ducted by the Resr. S* S. Tmcsda'.e,
and the interment was in Silver Brook
The Farmers' Union of Zarline will
h?ve' a picnic in the grove at R. O.
Brandon's on Monday, August 18.
Hon. Julius & Boggo, candidate for
Congress, will address the TJnion.
Other speakers ' will, also be present.
The public is cordially invited to attend
and bring well filled baskets.
Mr, Ezekiel Harriss, a. well known
! citizen *#ho lives near Belton, and fath
er of our popular townsman, Drl J. C.
; ?Bfe^ drowning
while cirbsfc??g a; creek: on his way to
the Association at Hone? Path Hast
week. The assistance of a negro who
was near was sH that saved pim.
V TM: National School of Music will
- fcgin today at Lebanon Baptist Church
and will be|ih charge of Prt>f. J, TH.
Halt of Dayton, Va. Tho public is in
vited today/ The trution will be $1.50
for pupils over 12 years of age and $1
foi those under 12 years of age. The
school will continue for 15 days*
^?.'?tt?^;'???.' 6, by RevV BI. C. liar?.
tin, dt the residence of the bride's pa
rents;>Mr. Ernest Wyatt and Miss Ser
fs)? h. Marta. Immediately after the
jzrvited into the dining room, wh^re^
b<m^tifu? feisp^ef was ser/ed, which Was
^ory'ninch enjoyed by all present* ;,
: To mna^fe ^c^ Ar^t?n tefewV
j^'fc:f^itan?? meeting a friend on
tue- train whom he knew was from An
derson, asked him how long rince he
repned that it had been six weeks.
;^p^^^frt^-jto??-'-t?0h that he,had
better telegraph" ahead to hia people
and tall them to meet him at tho de
pot, that ipbe ; did not . ho^^uld be
Dr. S. M. Orr has declined tc enter
the.race for the State Senate. Lust
week some of his friends announced
"mm as a candidate, but after Dr. Orr
thought over the matter, he decided
that his time belonged to the many en
terprises of which he is in charge. He
! thanked his friends and said he appre
ciated the many promises of support.
Mr. William Woodson, an old Con
federate Veteran, died ut the County
Home Monday. Mr. Woodson was tH>
years of ugo. Tho remains were car
ried to Siloam church and interred.
Though this old vet died in a County
Heme he may be better off today than
the richest man in these United States.
The annual reunion of the veterans
of Company P, twenty-fourth regi
ment, met today at Carswell Institute.
The speakers for the day are Julius E.
? Bogga, W. N. Graydon, Wyatt Aiken,
G. Howe hiifpn* Pringle Clinkscales
and perhaps several more. The people
are expecting a reunion of more than
usual interest this year.
Maj. J. W. Gaines, formerly of
Townville,but who is now traveling for
Ginn & Co., geographic publishers of
New York, has been Bpending a few
days in the city. Sometime ago these
publishers saw some photographs of
the Plaza and they sent Maj. Gaines
to Anderson to secure three photo
graphs of scenes in the city to use in
their new geographies.
All the members of the Palmetto
Riflemen who intend going to Chicka
mauga will meet this afternoon at the
Armory in full uniform in time to
catch the 6:30 car for the park, where
they will put in some extended order
drills. The Company leaves Friday
for Chick amauga for the encampment.
The sweethearts of the soldiers will be
on hand at the depot to bid their lovers
goodbye before the bloody second bat
tie of Chickamauga takes place.
.The horse attached to the Southern
Express Co. 'a wagon got frightened or
the equere Thursday and took in thc
square for a brief period and finally land
ed against a delivery wagonin f rontof t
grocery. Fortunately no one waa ii
either wagon and nobody hurt. It ii
regretted by many that the scare-crov
express wagon was no^ smashed be
yond repair. The business done ii
Anderson by tho Southern Express Co
entitles us to better looking expr?s
wagons than the ones now being used
The government at Washington ha
sent Prof. J. E. Dorman, who is a na
tive of Kansas, to make an inspecllo
of the dairying and cattle-raising* c
W. C. Pickens and the Brushy Cree
Creamery. It is said that Mr. Picker
is probably the largest stock raiser i
the upper part of the county. 1
is expected that Prof. Dorman wi
make an address on dairying at th
Brushy Creek Creamery Aug. ll
This is the second time the govemt
has sent a man to this part of tl
County to inspect the stock raising ar
Miss Aurie Cox, of Belton, gave
very delightful house party last wee!
The young ladies present were Miss*
Otis O'Dell of Liberty, Eillie Murpl
or Piedmont, Maude Erskine of Ando
son, Annie Belle Beam of Pelzer, at
Elizabeth Allgood of Liberty. Tl
young men present were Messrs. Co:
Shaw, Smith, Drake and Kay. Oi
of the most enjoyable events of tl
week was a lawn party given tl
young people at . Mies Cox's hon
Thursday evening. The beautiful lav
was brilliantly lighted v it h Japane
lanterns. Fruits were- served.
Mr. R. Cull Wyatt of Equality dh
Sunday morning from the effects >
paralysis. He wan attacked by paral
sis last February as he was going fro
Easley to Equality. He "broke a bloc
vessel in the left side of his hea
which caused the attack. Last wei
he suffered another attack. He w;
one of the best men hi his communi
and leaves a large family conn ec ti o
His wife and three children ?urvb
him? Also three sisters and four brot
erHe was a devoted member of S
Paul's. Methodist Church. Mr. Wy a
was about SO years of age. He was
son of the late Redmond G. Wyatt.
Miss Bessie Webb died at the rei
dence of friends . in Bufor
Ga., Monday morning at 5 o'cloc
She. is the daughter of Mr. and Mr
W. M. Webb, who live near Flat Rw
church a few miles south of the cit
She. left home last Wednesday mornir
to visit friends and relatives and imm
diately after her arrival there she w;
?taken sick and gradually-, grew wor
until death, ended her suffering Mo
day r morning. The funeral servit
Were held yesterday at ll o'clock
Flat Rock Cb'trch, conducted by t!
Rev. Fennell, and the interment f<
lowee in tile churchyard cemetery.
I Capt. Geo. W. Sullivan is announc
m this, issue as a candidate fdr t
Stat-Senate. Capt. Sullivan ia a w
k nown citizen of the county and h
made his home for many years in W
Harriston, being one of*the leading rm
citants of the town. Up to the time
entered the Con federate army he. h
lived in Laurena Ci?nty. After t
'war Capt. Sullivan settled in Gre?
ville County, and later/attended W<
ford College, where he gradual
Af ter graduating h*. built tho Fe
Shoals cotton mill. In 1886 Capt. S
livan moved to WiUhvmaton, where
aaa lived eyer anice, doing a mereeni
business. He has never held put
\cfnce outside of lite town?^ where'
, was three tilines elected mayor.
Catt ea or Write ^ : v'
. .r'-.-wW* yeti want Farm or Ti mb
Laud* or Town Property to Ooo*
County o]K: vicinity. I will make y
j 5^fMvAtBkANJ>ERljjaa1 Est?t?.
CERTAINLY should not mies the opportunities wi
offer during the next ten days to secure seasonable Merchan
dise at such astonishing LOW PRICES.
Good quality Cotton Checks.?.at 3Jo per yanfi
Beat quality Drilling.at 6c per yard
10-4 Cotton Blanket*.at 45c s pair
Men's Fine N?gligea Shirta.at 8?e
Fine 27-inch China Silks.at 27c
36-inch Warranted Black Bilk Tr feta..at 75c
Fine All Wool Black and Colored Dress Goods.at 35c
Yard-wide^ Flannelettes.at 5c
Large size Colored Bed Spreads.at OLG?
Bleached Cannon Cloth.at 8ic
Linen Damask Knotted Fringed Towels, each.at 13Q
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Ready-made Skirts,
Millinery, Ladies', Misses' and Men's Oxfords and Shoes, Car
pets, Mattings, Rugs and Wall Paper.
All we ask of you to come and look at our Goods and
I compare prices. We are positive you will buy from us. W?
are anxious torlose out our entire Stock hy September late
and are sacrificing Goode at prioes never heard of before.
JULIUS H. mn & co,
113 Granito Row?
^ NEW ARRIVAL. OF FALL HA?S. 5
In a Fall Derby you want th?* correct shape.
In a Soft Hat you want the same thing.
We give both.
You want tho correct color.
You want it to wear well.
We guarantee it.
You want to pay as little as possible.
Here you do it.
? Wa have thc WORLD RENOWNED JOHN B. STETSON #
# HATS ia thc Derby and the Soft from $3.50 to $5.00, is all the #
? new shapes ind colon, and the Celebrated/ HAWES* 13.00 .ta. #
- ^Stiffs and Softs, all shapes and colors. WY vs ?sod Hats in oheapor ?W
? grade from IL00 to $3.50. CmM*i blame ns if your Hat isa't right.
* & You'll be absolutely suro of Newness and dorree .ness of Stylo j*
5 if yon buy here. -j , ) '
5 REESE ? BfOLTj f
m THE om PRICE f %