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"Peninn Hat? Done Wonders for -rte.
I Was So Weak."
Mm. M. P.
Carry, i'. O.
Il a x. l c.
|*u t v r sburg,
"I ha vi? been
and wan sick
in b.?J three
ni o i? t I? h .
When I wa i
able to get un
I was ho weak
and thin I
( aii'. disa
tai>. I had
II vir trouble,
arid my reet
a il il II mbH
were swollen >> I could scarcely dran
"1 took Peruna and It hon done
wonders for nii>. My run? was a sur
prise tr> my friends for they never ex
pected to si'O me well again. I Just
took two bottles of Peruna after doc
toring for live months and growing
worse ull the time."
Mrs. Esther M. Mllner. Uox 191,
De firurf. Ohio, writes: "I waa a ter
rible ffuffcrer from Internal catarrh,
and had the headache continuously.
I was not able to do my housework
for myself rivu husband. You rceom
incndeil Peruna. I took four bottles
and was completely cured. I think
Perun? a wonderful medicine and
have recommended It to my friends."
Combination thread cutting and
needle threading thimble. Thread
cutting nnd needle threader all In one.
The handiest thimble going. .Sent to
any address for 10c.
Otto F. Williams,
E. Minn. SU
Free Flower Seed.
Tells You About It
If you are engaged In farming, or
if you plant only, vegetables or flow
ers, you cannot afford to bo without
tho big catalogue published fresh and
new every year by the gredt South
ern Beert house, H. O. Hastings &
Company, of Atlanta, On , and sent ab
solutely free, postage paid, to all who
write for It, mentioning the name of
In this catalogue we tell you of a
splendid offer of free flower seed to
all our customers, five magnillcent
varieties that mean beauty about your
homo. and a pleasure to wives and
daughters that nothing else can give.
This catalogue tells you, too, about
our big cash prize offer to the Corn
Club boys of your state. It tells all
about pur ?ne yielding varieties of
corn and cotton?the kind we grow on
our own 3,2?0 acre farm. It tells
abortt the best seeds of all kinds for
planting in tho South, it should be
in every Southern home. Write to
day and let us send it to you.?H. O.
HA8TINQS A CO, Atlanta, Ca.?Advt.
g FeatKer Bedsffi*
lb. pair Pillow, to match fer S1-00
AU new. sanitary li'Utbers. Famous Amnskenit
Lii'kinir. 9i~i rurds m tick. ixiMilvuly bluwtt
and twit bod onuiarkotselllncrorless tlinn S12.
flnfo dtilivrrjr.aud.satlsf-vtlun suarftRitred or
mnnty buck. Ortlar today or write Tor catalog and
bin ftportnt offer. Vlrxi order count* nn |>ramlam.
Wnm IEBIIIB COBMRT. Dipl. BOO. CtMttdt?, fl. C.
B. B. BLECKLEY . 0. M. Hi; A IUI
Phono 071 Pho"e 27
117 E< Whitner St.
Answer all calls day or night.
MUM . FIRE INSURANCE GO.
Insure with us and keep tho money
at home. Every dollar of our collec
tions deposited in Anderson county
banks and helping to improve Ander
son county conditions. , '
56.00 per $1,000 on Dwellings,
eo.80 8-8 per 91.000 on Other Property
COME AND SEE US
J. J. Smith, President and Treasurer.
J. R. Vandlver.Vice President
J. J. Major.... ..Secretary
Rev. W. W.. Leathers,
J. M. Knox, : . > -
Lee G. Holleman,
J. J. Smith,
P. L. Brown. .' \.
B. L. Shirley,
J. R. Van diver,
J. J. Major, '
H. H, Gray.
cmiiunv Min MfiUI
Hi ft ?lriHU?lILL
MACHINERY STOPPED WHEN
WEAVERS REFUSED TO
NEARLY 400 OUT
There Has Been No Acts of Vio
lence Reported and Quiet
Th? machinery throughout the en
tire Equinox Mill is ut a standstill.
The mill opened as usual yesterday
morning al ?1:30 o'clock, but as :sone
Of lli<- weavers returned to their work
the machinery was stopped ht a few
min lies. Th?* management stated that
with all Iii? looms Idle every other de
partment in the mill was forced to
There are between 350 and 400 op
eratives employed In all of the depart
ments of the mill who are now thrown
out of um ploy in eilt, however, only
about 75 of this number were impli
cated in the strike.
Quiet has prevailed throughout the
strike ami no acts of violence have
been reported. Officers visit the mill
frequently, but finding no disturbances
return to their posts In the city.
Several weavers of the mill called j
at The Intelligencer office yesterday
und Bald that a report to the effect
that Otto Anderson, who came to An
derson from Lowell, Mass., when the
mill began operation had picked up
his lint, waived it. which seemed to be
u signal for the strikers to walk out
is not true, and asked that this paper
correct such statement.
One of the weavers stated that the
reason that Mr. ?ndert- m left the mill
when he did was because of the fact
that the superintendent had brought
in sevornl men from other mills to
work in tho weave and that he did not
want to teach these new men how to
run the looms after having taught all
of the men who had been working
under him. He also stated, that the
superintendent insisted that these men
be put to work, whereup Mr. Ander
son who had already notified tho
manupement that he would give up his
position Saturday, told the superin
tendent that he would not wait until
that time but would quit now. He
further stated that the weavers did not
leave the mill at that time but re
mained in an effort to persuade the
men, who desired to remain at their
looms, to leave with them, and it was
at this time that the beltB were thown
off by tho strikers.
The management has posted no
notices in the mill and so far an
could he learned no committees have
been appointed by the strikers to set
tle the differences which are existing
between tho management and the em
It was rnmored in the city yester
day morning that acts of violence had
been committed by some of tho strik
ers. It was-said-that tho firemen had
been attacked, but upon Investigation
It was found that this was untrue, al
though they had been warned not to
lire up the boilers, however, they were
fired as usual and no harm wus done
MBS. W. A. HUBGENSt Editor
Iic??tiiiui V/euu??K of Popular Young
Woman Last Night.
After a week of beautiful entertain
ments and a round of social affaira lu
honor of the fair bride the culmina
tion of all occurred last; night in the
marri a go of Miss Felicia Murray and
Mr. Joseph J. Reed at the home of
the bride's mother. Mrs. Eva Murray,
in- North Anderson.' Owing to the
prominence, of both families and the
popularity of the bride, who has been
a social favorite ,not only In Ander
son, but throughout tho State, the in
terest and love of many friends cen
tered in thla Important event.
Every detail of-the wedding, -was
marked by a rare beauty and simplic
ity that was charming and. effective.
In tbe reception hall and parlor the
best effects of the decorator, had been
achieved in the simple frieze of green
and white rose buds that bordered t'-o
lower ceiling while the mantel was
banked in green, with a row of can
dles across the whole length. On the
west side of the room an arched, ar
rangement of palms, ferns and papy
rens made a striking background ol
dark.green with scores of lighted
candles glimmering- among the
Only the teUittves and a few of tho
most intimate friends witnessed. the
marriage coremony which was per
formed by the Reif. John P. Vines of
thu First Baptist church. -Before the
ceremony a beautiful musical i pro
, gram by Miss NeMe Smith, violinist;
Misa Sara Stranathan, soprano, and
Miss Alward, accompanist, all of An
derson College, with which Miss Mur
ray baa been associated during the
past two years}
The selections used wore: "All For
You," "Love Coronation," "Perfect
Day." and others. Promptly at 6:30
to the' sweet strains of Lohengrin's
wedding march, the bridal party slow
ly descended the sreen covered stair-'
case and entered the parlor in the fol
' towing order one by one: The brides
maids coming first. Miss Anna- Ross1
Cunningham, Misa Kate Nichols 6i
Spartanburft, Miss Lucia Chiles, Miss
I EsteRe Earle of Greenville; n.ald ol
honor. Mies Grace Spencer; flower
girl, little Misa Mary Murray. The
beautiful bride came on the arm o!
II her brother. Mr, E. B. Murray of Ma
' can, Ga., "and met the groom; wtoo en
BIG CLEARANCE SALE
; v f; i./?ii Offers Tremendous Price Reductions on High-grade
Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods For
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
In justice to your Pocket Book you cannot afford to miss this Great Money Saving Event. An
inspection of the unusual values offered will convince you that now is the time to buy.
i,uou yarus Heavy bnccimg, regular price ? cents, re
duced lor Saturday ana Monuay. . ..... ... . .5c
!,5uo yards Chickasaw Plaids, worm o cents, reduced lor
baiurday and Monday. .. .... .3 3 4c
40'inch all wool berge, regular value 60 cents, reduced
for Saturday and Monday..> .35c
Big line Hannciettes, regular price lue, reduced for Sat
urday and Monday. ... ... . . .7 l-2c
New line Spring Ginghams just received to go for 10c
Apron Ginghams, regular 7c values, reduced for Satur
day and Monday to.5c
72-inch line Broadcloth in all colors, value 75c, for Sat
urday and Monday....39c
Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel, regular price 10c, reduced
for Saturday and Monday to.7 12c
One lot Cotton Blankets reduced for Saturday and Mon
One lot Cotton Blankets, regular price 75c, for Saturday
and Monday. ....50c
One lot Children's Dresses, value 5oc, for Saturday and
Children's Cloth and Bearskin Cloaks, Si.50 values, Sat
urday and Monday.98c
Ladies' Caracul Coats, values up to S6.00, Saturday
Ladies' Knit Pants, regular price 25c, Saturday and
Ladies' Vest and Pants, 5oc values, Saturday and
Special Prices on SHOES For
Saturday and Monday
One loi Ladies' Shoes on counter, sizes up to -1 1-2,
values up to ?2.50, for Saturday and Monday 98c
One lot Ladies' Shoes in Vici Kid, 32.00 values, special
for Saturday and Monday.$1.50
One lot Ladies' Shoes in Gun Metal and Patent Leather,
worth S2.50, Saturday and Monday.$1.98
Big line Men's Shoes in all leathers, worth S3.50, special
for Saturday and Monday.$2-50
Special Reductions in Clothing
for Saturday and Monday
Men's all wool Blue Serge Suits, ?10.00 values, special
for Saturday and Monday.$6.98
Men's line all wool Worsted and Blue Serge Suits, regular
S 12.50 values, special for Saturday and
One lot Boys' Sample Suits, worth ?3.oo, special for
Saturday and Monday..$1.48
100 Pairs Men's all wool Cashmere Pants, worth S2.5o
to $3.00, special for Saturday and Monday $4%48
Where you pay less.
Agents for CARHARTT OVERALLS STETSON HATS, WARNER CORSETS, NO FADE
SHIRTS?Free Premiums to all.
tered with his best man, Mr. Alfred
Taylor of Knoxville, Tenn., from the
rear hall. The bridal party made an
unusually attractive picture, grouped
beforo the background of green, the
central figure of the bride In her con
ventional robe of heavy charmeuse
crepe, with court train and elaborate
ly trimmed in tullo, and rose and
duchess lace. The long veil was
edged with rosb lace, and in her arms
she carried a shower bouquet of or
chids and lilies of the valley. Sprays
of the latter being used to shower tbe
cluster, the whole was tied "with tulle
which fell over the .blossoms giving
an effect of delicate mist.
Tho maid of'honor wore a beautiful
gown of white satin en train with a
gold overdress that waB lovely. In
her arms she carried an armful of
Tho bridesmaids wore exquisite
gowns of pale pink crepe do chine
over satin ' and t carried American
beauty carnations. Little Miss Mary
Murray was all In dainty' white. Im
mediately after tho ceremony Mrs.
Mur raj*,-the. bride's mother, entertain
ed a largo number of friends at an
informal wedding reception and In
tho receiving line with Mrs. Murray
were tbe bride and groom, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. W?hlte, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Leltnor' of Augusta, Mrs. J. W. John
ston of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Saun der s of K?o.< ville, Mr. and Mrs.
-D. C-Chapman of Knoxville.
Mrs. Fred G. Brown and Mrs. Bond
Anderson " assisted In entertaining
the guests in the parlor while'Mrs.
Ernest Cochvan and Mrs.. Alice Sykes
' met them "at Ute door, tn the. rear
parlor tli?'gu?sts vref? entertained by
Mrs. S. Fv Parker, Mrs. J. B. DeCamp
and Mrs. -3.'ft. Godfrey -
' Mrs;- H. H.iWatkini and Mrs. John.
Anderson invited tho guests into the
beautiful dining Tootn where Mrs. 0.
' Lu Martin r Mrs. -John F. Vinos- and
Mrs. - L*joa - Bice presided. Here ,an
I e!?(rant two course menu was served.
At 8 o'clock the br|de slioncd awny
and- changed her beautiful bridal
I robes for a;handsome dark blue suit
trimmed in Yur with hat and ?loves
to match. - Mr. and Mrs. Heed left on
the 8:20 car. tor Hot Borings, Va., and
Tnte Soring*;-Tenn.,- before some"to
Knoxville where they'wilVmako'thetr
1 future bome.-^Mrr- Reed being a very
' prominent and successful business
' tns,n of'that.city.
In the hall on the second floor was
- dls'tlaved the'choice collection of sift a
1 received' by" tbe voting- couple, many
r ritre and b?pntifurnt?cfls'of 'cut class,
I silver and china arid other handsome'
furnishings for their home.
MJsr Spencer En*?Haln* at Rah? Hul
Miss G race "Spencer was the charm
i big. hostess oh Wednesday evening
! when ah? entertained nt a buffet sup
; per in hbnor of Miss Felicia Mnrray
! at tho Boso Hl?l Club.
. Her guests. Included the members
? of the Mhrr?yVtt?ed wsddtng party
! and It ttrae a delightfully1, pleasant
K and Inform?t occasion. Tho presence
of bo many out-of iown rlsltoro, vi.o
. : . ; i ; ; *
are here for the wedding lent an ad
ditional attraction and the occasion
was one of the prettiest of the many
lovely affaira given in honor of Miss
Mission Study Class.
Tho ' Mission Study Class of St.
John's Methodist church will meet
this afternoon at \ o'clock with Mrp.
J. F. Browne on South McDnfllfi
Mrs. 13. E. Epting of Wililamston
and Mrs. N. L. Fant of Walhalla arc
the guests of Mrs. W. G. Smith on
Mrs. G. B. Grren has been spend
ing the past few days in Columbia
Tho little fivo days old son of Capt.
W. H. Edmonds, whose mother died
on Monday, is doing nicely at the hos
pital and improving overy day. Capt.
Edmonds has decided to caii him
Henry Vines for Dr. B. A. Henry and
Dr. J. F. Vines.
The young ladies of the Junior
Phllathea Cla&o will have a cake sole
on Saturday afternoon at the Owi
Drug Co. beginning at 12 o'clock.
They will have a large number .of
cakes, of all kinds for sale.
Mrs. Dave Beatty has moved to the
home oi her father, Mr. S. C. Major,
Just below town and will make her
".' TJiej"Lander. Cdub .wilt meet. Friday
afternoon at..;i:.30 wjith Mrs.' W. C.
Babb on Boulevard, r. ..
STATE, OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Anderson, county, ;.
Court of Common Pleas.
George Barton, Kansas Arnold and
Lawson : Johnson.. P Iain dlf s.
Rosa Breazenle, P. Lewis Talley,
George Talley, Mury Fuller, Hartley
Sherman, .-Aleck Sherman, Daniel
Sherman, Eraanuel Foster, Ella Pow
ers, Al on zo Barton, Mary Cokor, Gup
sie Johnson, : Florence Owens,. Scud
dy Johnson, Willie : Johnson, WU-,
liam Barton, Jerry - Barton: and
all and singular tho heirs at law
of Isoin Barton and Eliza Barton, if
any other than the above whose names
are unknown. D?fendante.
Action for Partition? of Real Estate.
To the defendants above named. You
are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complatnt tn this ac
tion a copy which is on file in the
office of the Clerk, of COurt at Ander
son, S. C., and to serve ? : copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
?he eubscriber at hta ofSco 201 Bleck
ley Building, Anderson, 8. C, -w?hln
TweMy-rive words os l?s?; fee T
Six Times $1.00.
All advortlaement over twenty-flv
word. Kates on 1,000 words to
Hon. ... ,
No advertisement taken for less
If yonr name appears In the tele
your want ad to 321-and a bill will
WASTED?Oieun cotton rags. Tho In
toillgeucer Job Printing Depart
WANTED?To" correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions of
becoming permanently cured of tho
morphine or whiskey habit Tho
KEELBY. INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 76. .
W **NTED?.The . privil?ge to cure
tobacco users nt home. $5.00 buys
the enre. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, 6. C. Box 76.
WANTED?You to buy your "Sunday
Goodies" from the Anderson Pure
Food Co.?Cakes, . Pies,.. Cream
Puffs,. Buns, : Rolls, \ and >Aunt
Mary's Cream Bread. Store at
Anderson, Bakery's old stand en
BenBon St.- ' -
' ; C I
DO ?0U VTEAS Rosenberg's Clothes,
or Just clothes ? Spring styles have
arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
Cleaner. Phone 414.-?I-2S-tf.
20 days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such service and
If you tall to answer : the' complaint
within tli o time aforesaid ; the plain-.
tiffs in this action -will apply to the
court for the relief demanded In tho
'(,' ' \*' ' Leon L. .Rice,
Attest Y PlainUffs Attorney,
Clarence W. ; Beaty, "(Seal) '
Dept Clerlcvo? Court.
i-'^'T W. O. W. at Cheddar.
; Special meeting of W? ; O: W. Of,
Holly Camp No. G76, Cheddar, will be
held Saturday'evening, January 30, at
7:30 o'clock. All members requested
to bo pr?sent.
I*: B; JOHNSON,
. Clerk. .. ,; v
ime 25 cuts, Tines Times GO cents.
e words prorata for esch additional
be used In a month made on appli
than 26 cents, cash in advance.
phone directory yon. can telephone
be mailed after its Insertion for
Neck. oH: Polo Yokes, with .strong
center piucos?Fifty Cunts.
I - -PAUL E. STEPHENS.
i CAKE SALE
The Junior- Philathca ClasB of the
First Presbyterian Church will havo a
Cake Sale at Owl Drug Company Sat
I HATE, FOR SALE several dozen
cans prune tomatoes at' S. .00 per
.. dosen, string beans at 91.10 per
dozen, dessert peaches without
sugar at $1.1 f, per dozen, desert
tr'-Vjuawhea heavily sugared (1-4 pound
I sugar to can) $2.25 per dozen. E.
I ^ C.:; McCanta. .,. b -..
WHEN UNEXPECTLY detained down
t>wn for .luncheon, yon cannot do
. tetter than drop In here. A light
lun?h or a substantial meal. Cuisine
and service O. K. and prices Jost as
attractive-as our food. Tho Lunch
eonette,?dtt -. : ' '
PIinirPB?ITS^We icarry tLe/ largest
f' -a^mo?t: complot?, assortment to
toe ' city-^keer 'em moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap
ples, bananas, wholesale and ro
>tnlL- J. E?. Manos. Phono 323.?dtf.
WERUY PEAS ahd V*J the cash.
Fnnnau 8mlth?Seodman. Phone
; :.Mit?z7? h" I. " ' :'- ' _' -' ' '
FOB SALE?Gardon seed from best
. bulk stock at prices which are at
tractive. We mske h specialty of
tho 8eod .business.-. You can make a
Homo1 Gardon cut your noceBsary
living oxptMBon li half. Phon? 464.
Furman Surttb Woodsman.
' "."1 . ?
IpB-. SALE?Two brood sows, one
yoorig Pig; now jregistered, burk
eblf* ft?^I^CejMtloO. T. S. Mar'
tto, S.fC^. F, D. NO. t;r