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B. GRAVES BOYD
Exclusive agent for "Frolaset" (Front lace) cor
nets, and McCall patterns.
JUST LOTS OF WOMEN ARE
at This Good Store
'Women who know pretty Millinery when they see it, we;
want you to come in our place, Itt our trimmer try on these
pretty hats. If you shouldn't find one that suits exactly,
teil her what you want and she'll make it.
Our trimmer is one of the best tnat ever came to town.
You'll imd her very pleasant, painstaking, clever in design-:
lng and thoroughly capable In every p?u?cu?ar.
Trims now 021 display,
t?O . e a . ? ?
SViliiam Cocc-r and F. H. Mount?, j Mf. and Mrs. Ralph SuIH' an have
velry drummers of New Vork tdty. j returned to Willlamston after a short
rs tn the city yesterday calling on j visit to relativos in Anderson and Orr.
OLD WAR DOCUMENT
IS EXHIBITED HERE
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE SIGN
ED AUGUST 1, 1865, IN
THE CITY OF ANDER
NANCY S. MARTIN
Name ol Person Signing Docu
ment-Made Before Assist
ant Provost Mara?al
One of the most interesting docu
ments ot Civil War times exhibited
in Anderson tn quite a while is an
"oath of allegiance." ?which was
brought to The Intelligencer office
yesterday by Mr. J. W. Balley, of
The oath was subscribed to before 1
C. B. Newkirke, Lieutenant and As
sistant Pr?vost Marshal, at headquar
ters of tbs western district of South
Carolina, which were in Anderson.
The particular oath in question was!
signed* by Nancy S. Martin, and bears
date of August 1. 1*65.
The text of this interesting old doc
ument is as follows:
Headquarters, Western District, S. C.
No. 367 Pr?vost Marshal's Office,
,Anderson, 8. C., August 1, 1865.
I, Nancy 8. Martha, do scdemuiy
swear, in presence of Almighty God,
that I will henceforth faithfully sup
oort and dnfnnrl tho constitution cf ibo
United States and the union of the
States thereunder, and that I will,
in like manner, abide by and faith
fully support al! laws and proclama
tions which have been made during
the existing rebellion with reference
to the emancipation of slaves-"So
Help Me God."
(Signed) NANCY 8. MARTIN.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
at Anderson. S. C., this 1st dav 0f
C. B. NEWKIRKE,
Lient, and Asst. Pr?vost Marshal.
*W^H1W?flM M HMHH
L. McPhsil of Iva waa among tbs
I visitors in the city Saturday.
C. L. Watkins of Belton spent Sat
urday In the city on business.
J. C. Mcphail of Iva was tn the city
Saturday for a abort while.
C. W. Dean of the Roberta section
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
D. B. Mcphail of Hopewell was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Charles Robbins of Lebanon
was among the. shoppers in the city
Mrs. W. A. Clement of Belton was
u visitor In tbs city yesterday.
C. A. Terry of Iva was among the
visitors in Hie city Saturday.
' Reid Doyle of the Lebanon section
spont yesterday in the city on busi
John T. Mitford ot the CraytonvUle
section spent yesterday In tbs city.
Jule Duckworth, J. H. Kay and L.
E. Marlin of the Hopewell section,
were in the city Saturday.
8. J. Watson of the Salem section
waa in ike city for a short while yes
J. T. Brown of the Hopewell sec
j tlon was lo the etty Saturday.
B. P. Martin, Esq., ?f Greenville,
was In the city yesterday on business.
Thomas Webb ot Lebanon wari a
I visiter tn Uie city Saturday.
8. M. Jones of the Emerson's
Bridge section was a visitor in the!
C. P. Martin-of the Neala Creek sec-1
lion spent yesterday in the city*.
Hiss Irene Qt" ot the N'^a?s Creek*!
i section wss a shopper tn the city Sat- j
I J. H. Wright ot the Roberts seofjul
! spent yesterday tn tbs city.
Cary Chamblee of the Roberts sec
1 tlon spent Ssturday In the cV>'.
W. 8. Campbell of the country was j
? a visitor in the city Saturday.
W. M. Hall ef the Roberts section
spent Saturr'ry in the city.
I. TL Duckworth of Wllliamston wss j
a -visitor in the city Saturday.
J. E. Horton of Belton was In the
ran Ttl i -..?.
?John Parker of the country waa rn]
sflor in the city Saturday.
Mrs. rid McCown of the Mountain |
'reek section was a shopper tn the
tty Saturday. " ?
W. S. Moore ot Pendleton was a vis? j
ltor In tho city Saturday.
George Pritchard of Pendleton was j
vtsttosr in the etty yesterday.
Th? Rev. K- J. Brown of route 7
vleltor in tbs city.
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person?
* Wir thu on the St
As to Renale* U. C. V.
The chamber* of commerce is in
receipt or a letter from W. A. Chirk,
of Columbia, commander of Camp
Hampton, U. C. V., in which the writ
er seeks certain information aa to
bow Anderson conducted the prepara
tions for the encampment here last
year of the old veterans. The annual
reunion of the South Carolina Divi
sion ot the U. C. V.'s will be held in
Columbia April 28 next. Mr. Clark
speaks very flatteringly of the reunion
which was held In Anderson, and
states that the Columbia Chamber of
Commerce and Camp* Hampton will
do their utmost to make the encamp*
ment of the veterans In the capital
city as pleasant in every particular
as the encampment in Anderson prov
Be Here March 80.
A letter received by tho chamber!
of comL-'Tce from Edward H*. Rich
ards,-or Willow City, N. D., states
that the writer ls packing bis be
longings preparatory to coming to
Anderson, and that be expects to ar
ri e here by Maren 20. A? generally
known. Mr. Pilchards comes to An
derson to tske charge of thc grain
elevator which ts to be erected here.
Soon after he arrives the company I
will be organized and work upon tho .
construction of the elevator will be
gin at an early date thereafter. Mr. I
Richardo wi?i bring io Anderson with I
him several head of fine cattle. He
hopes to conduct a dalry business In
connection with the grain elevator.
o ? i ..
Two cases, involving four defend
ants, were disposed of Saturday In
tb? court of Recorder Russel. The
defendant.'!, the offenses for which
they were tried and the disposition
made of the cases were as follows:
Will Aiken and Cora Sherard, fight
ing and disorderly conduct, each fin
ed 55; Lucile Feaster and Queen Wal*
j ker, fighting and disorderly' conduct,
former dismissed and latter fined $5.
Cells Are Betas;
Set In Position.
The steel cells for the addition to
the city police station guardhouse are
being placed, in position. Tbe cells
came "knocked down,*"' and lt was
necessary for mechanics to be em
I ployed to put the several parts In
proper position and rivet them to
geher. As generally known, a part
of the city hall formerly used as
a stable for the police chiefs horse
waa fitted up for the addition to the
guardhouse. Al..en the cells bave
been placed in final position the large'
front door ot the old stable room
; will be closed up with a brick wall.
The new addition to the guardhouse
ls to be used for the accommodation
of white prisoners altogether.
O' ? .
A. B. Yen Was
Mr. A. B. Yon, who is employed
1st the plant of the W. L. Brissey
I Lumber Company, met with a rather
painful accident yesterday morning
wa sn a piece of lumber waa tangled
i up with a circular saw in some man
ner and hurled against bia aide. His
clothing was torn and hts arm bruis
ed, and while he was forced to leave
his work hie Injurie? are not. consid
ered dangerous. It is thought that
Mr. Yon will be able to return to bis
work in a day or two. /
The Denver SeheH.
The public is cordially Invited to
attend an entertainment which will
be held Friday night. March 12. at th?
Denver school. The .. entertainment
?will be in the nature of a box par
I ty. Admission prices are five and ten
cents. The proceeds of the entertain
ment will be used for che improve
ment of the school. '
Pay P?r Manager*
Of tte Elation.
Chairman C. 8. Tolly of the State
election committee, has received from
Comptroller General Carlton W.
Sawyer a warrant for 178.60, which
J ts the money due managers of the
[ ?lection that was held several months
I ago to elect a successor to J. Mack
King, who resigned as a member of
tba house of representatives to ac
cept the appointment of supervisor
fW th;-; r\**r
I To 7 CV?ts.
I Cotton was quoted yesterday on the
local market at 7 cents, tho lowest j
i figure lt bas reached ia setters! veeks.
Practically none of the staple was of
? fered' for sale on the streets.
Of Chamber sf Commette.
A meeting of tho executive commit
tee of the chamber of ?otomerce will
be held npxt Monday afternoon at 5
o'clock, at the chamber* of commerce
quarters, according to an announce
ment given out yesterday. It was stat
ed at tbs same tints sha?; maters of a
routine nature will bo taken up at ibo
meeting of tb? tw?ivi
To Be Rendered.
Friday evening. March ?6. the sec-?
red casta?a of "The Crttdftson" will
be rendered by the choir of Croce j
Episcopal church, assisted by Miss1
Stranathaa and Misa Smith of the
Anderson College. Mr*. McDonald cf
North Anderson and ?Sesera, Sam
Orv TribWe, H. B. Wtsgawdd and Rex
Hie? of this city. On aocoust of ?be
*ttra Lenten , organ work. Miss Zeno
bia W4?ich will bo th? organist instead
of Mrs. W. -j*, si?e!*, the re?a>r or-.
?so 1st ot Grace Church, 1
Y SPARKLETS .
I Mention Caught Over the *
reet? ?S Anderson *
Al tended Meeting.
Sixty-nine members of Myrtle
rump. Woodmen of the World, ot Bel
ton, attended last night the exercises
held by the W. O. W. Camp at Car
ville. The noon degree was conferred
by the Orville cvmp. The Belton
Woodmen returned to their homes Isst
night ou a special interurban car.
Interest 1st the
Friends in Anderson of Albert Faut
of Belton will be interested to know
that be has been appointed assistant
state dispensary auditor by Governor
Manning. L. L. Bultman of Colum
bia was appointed state dispensary
auditor vice Mose P. Mobley, whose
term has expired. Mr. Fant succeeds
O. M. Babb, of Laurens. The ap
pointment of Mr. Fant is for four
Fair L JV For
Plans are under way on the part
of teachers ot both city and rural
colored schools to hold a "Fair Day"
for these schools on March 26 Prof.
Gassaway ot the city color f schools
ls at the head of tbs moycnson*. At
a meeting of teachers In the Reed*)
street school Friday morning a mun- I
ber of details with reference to tho
Field* Dsy were discussed and decid
ed upon. Owing to the early closing;
of "*-"7 cf the rural ochoois ii was
decided to have the Fair Day at an
early date. Teachers are requested to
call upon Prof. GaBsaway for infer?
mat ion relative to rutes and regu
lations for the Fair Day contests.
Miss Maggie M. Gar ling ton, super
v'sor of rural schools for Anderson
county, bas visited more than 50
schools since the beginning .nf-the
present term. Following is a Hst of
the schools abe has visited to date:
Lebanon. William eton. West Pelter,
Gluck Mili. Hones Path, McLees, Iva,
Starr. Roberts High Point, Belton,
Union, Belton Mill, White Plains,
Smith, Mt. Creek, Piercetown, Wilil
ford, Hammond, WilllamBton ' Mill,
Pendleton, Bishop? Branch, Walker
M'cElmoyle. Melton, Green Pond,
Cheddar, Welcome, Cross Roads, Eu
reka, Denver, Autun. Oak Hill, Con
crete, st. Paul. Mt. Airy. Mt. Springs,
Rock Hill, Shady ?rove. Friendship,
Cleveland, Concord, Neal's Creek, New
Hebron, Varennes, Cars well Institute.
Savannah, Grove, Pelser, Honea Path
Mill, Three and Twenty, Mt. View,
Mr. Bake Expected
Here la Few Days. ?
According to an item appearing In
Charlotte papers, Mr. James B. Duke,
head of the Piedmont and Northern
lines, the Southern Power company
and the Southern Public Utilities
company, ls io this section of tbe
south and Is making a tour of all the
cities where fae baa propel ty inter
Mr. Pearmaa Will
Mr. James N. Pearman, cterk of
court of Anderson county, bas decided
to go to Rochester, Minn., next week,
where he will enter Mayo Bros.,
famous hospital to be operated on by
Dr. Leo Sanders, formerly of An
derson, for the purpose or having his
appendix removed. Dr. Sanders baa
been associated with these famous
Burgeons sine? his departure from
Anderson a little over a year ago.
Mr. Pearman has recently suffered
some two or three attacks o fappen
dicitis and he has dec? led that it ls
best to have the appendix removed.
His scores of friend? throughout the
county will await with keenest Inter
est news of the success of the opera
tion, and sincerely hope that he will
stand the operation well.
Getnufl to Meet
OB Monday Hight.
The regular monthly meeting of city
connell will be held next Monday
night, instead of Tuesday night, the
regular date, on account of the at
traction at The Anderson Theatre
Tuesday evening. Probably the most
important mattet to be taken np at
this meeting of council Is ordinances
to conform to the now liquor laws
psssed by the lat,* general assembly.
1 ? a ' -
Big Destel Firm
Though lt >ia dbeen known for :er.:e
days!, formal announcement ol the
forming of a dental partnership be
tween Drs. Chlsolm, Buggs and Trow
bridge was not made until yesterday.
These three well known dentists, who
have hsd offices in tbs Bleckley build-'
i tug, have- leased a suite of handsome
rooms In the new Anderson theatre
building,-and will shortly .'eke pos
session. By this combination these
dentists will have werk in a special
Une, and in the line in which he ts
most interested. Dr. Chisolm will do
practically alt the dental work for the
firm. Dr. Suggs wit! specialize m
the treatment regulating of teeth,
while Dr. Trowbridge will have the
plate work in charge altogether. The
rTrsr.Usfr? vT ma a combination are
ob vi OU K.
$1-90? a Tear.
It bas been learned that the malary
of Albert Fant, ot (Belton, who has
been appointed assistant state dispen
sary auditor, wilt be $1,800 a year and
The* meeting at tbs chamber bf ?.?m
nrerec yesterday of the member of
tho ot Moun
tain Creek, Lebanon ami Hammond
If money is any object to you-^-be here Mon
day SURE. We have prepared a feast of bar
gains for hungry shoppers. The high cost of
living can be lowered considerably by spending
your money intelligently.
Quotations Good for Monday:
Mermen's Borated Talcum Powder, value 25c, special for
Monday. ... .... 10c
Ladies* Black Hose, value i 0c, special for Monday. 7Vic
Best quality Pearl Buttons, special for Monday, the doz... 4c *
Infants' and Children's Black Sox, special for Monday, the
Ladies' pure Linen Handkerchiefs, special for Monday, 6
for. .. .... v 25c
Ladies' Lace Brassieres, latest novelty, special for Monday 48c
Ladies' Leather Hand Bags, special for Monday .. ... . .. 49c
New Line Ladies' Neckwear-Latest Styles,
Special Price for Monday ........ (.> .:.25c.;
Ladies' Shirt Waist Sets, special for Monday .... 10c
Ladies' Silk Petticoats, worth $1.50, special for Monday,
each .>..-.?... . Wc
Embroidery, 18 inches wide, special for Monday. 8c
White Counterpanes, Marseilles patterns, special fbr Mon
Ladies' Black Satine Petticoats, value 75c, special for
Monday .. 25c
Children's Rompers, value 5oc, special for Monday . ...331-3c
Children's Dresses-in Ginghams and Percales-regular
gl.oo values, special for Monday ..:. . 90c
Ladies' House Dresses/special for Monday. 50c
Ladies' White Waists, slightly soiled, special for Monday 25c
New line Ladies' House Dresses-in pretty Ginghams and
Percales-special for Monday. 98c
New line Children's Dresses-in Ginghams, Percales and
Madras-special for Monday. 98c
Colored Curtain Madras, value 10c, special for Monday,
One lot colored Linens-all new shades included-25c ?
value, special for Monday, the yard ... ... ... ... 15e
Beautiful lot of new French Ginghams, special Monday,
the yard.i >v. ..... .. Sc
New Navy Blue P/rcale, 10c value, special for Monday,
yard ... ... ... .... S%e \
One lot 15c and 20c White Goods, special fpr Monday, the
yard ....... 10c
One lot 1 Oe and 15c White Goods, special for Monday,
the yard ........ ... ,.,. 7c
54 inch All Wool Sarge--all shades-75c value, special
for Monday, the yard.-.. 48c
Special Values in Men's and Women's Shoes
One lot Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes, sizes up to 4, special
for Monday, the pair. 98c
One tot Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes, in Vid Kid and Gun
Metal-$2.00 values, special for Monday, the pair....$1.50
Onejot Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes-in Gun Metal, Patent
and Vici--values ?3.00, special for Monday ..-, ... . .$1.98
All of ow Men's fine $3.00 and $f.5o Shoes, special for
Monday . .. ... ... .. .. .. ..$2.69
Big Clothing Values for Monday
,Men's Fine Blue Serge and Fancy Worsted Suits, regular
$1.00 values special for Monday, the suit ....... ..$7.98
Men's Fine Tailor Made Suits-in Serges and New Wor
steds, $12.50 and $t5.oo values, special for Monday,
th&suit. .... .$9.98
THE LESSER CO,
Where You |Pay Less.
school section? WM well attended,
some 35 or 40 lidie? bel?g present.
In addition, a ?unfber of tomato club
gtrls were present. Two addresses
wars made, one by Mis* Mary Praysor,
state agent of the homo demonstration
work, and Mrs. Dora D. Walker, as
sistant staie agent. The former is
from Winthrop College, Rock Hill,
and the latter from Barnwell. Miss
Frayser discussed labor earing de
Tice? and rlaning water lu the home,
while Mrs. Walker Miked on ?he to
mato and canning club work.
Vf,Ti YEAY8 W?8ERY E?CDED.
J. T. Cb am bora, merchant. Jones
boro. Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pille
cured me of s> ten-year standing case
ot rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
A friend told nie of *,etng oured; so T
wsed them, anti they cured mo, too.*"
Most middle aged men and women are
glad to leam that Foley Kidney Wils
afford a way to escape eleep disco
ing bladder weakness, backache, rheu
matism, puniness andar eyes, sift and
sH-oolen joints, an?? other iils attribut
ed to kidney troubles. Evan's Phar
mancy. . ??TZ',-,
THIS-A NB FIVE CENTS!
DONT MISS THIS. Cut ont this
slip, enclose fire cents to Foley & Ce.,
Chicago, 111., writing yo-.:r name end
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing pet
ey's Honey and Tar Compound, . for
coughs, colds and croup; FoNv Kid
ney Pills, for pain in sides and back,
rheumatism, backache, kidney and
bladder ailments- and Poley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroulHty
cleansing cathartic., especial ly Aith
farting to stout parsons. 9WHHHK|