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i. ocal News
WEDNESDAY, JULY H. VMS.
Our Gala Week.
Tho various committees of the
Chamber o? Commerce uro now active
ly engaged in perfecting arrangements
for Gala Week in August.
From present appearances, the week
will be the most elaborate and enjoya
ble that Anderson luis ever enjoyed.
Judging from tho talent composing the
various committees a dull time is out
of the question, while every prospect
points to a continuous "hot time."
The committee on transportation
will be ready with reduced rates on all
un?is, und tue committee on entertain
ment is being made to huBtle to pro
vide board and lodging for the t lion -
sauds who will be attracted hither. It
is probable that the railroads will run
extra trains into the city every morn
ing and out every night, so that visi
tors from nearby towns can spend the
day in the city and return home that
Besides the horse racing, firemen's
tournament, base ball, military en
campment and gun shoot, there will be
many minor sports and features to
make tl* j old feel yoong again and
make the young glad they didn't die
when they were teething. The precise
nature of these sports are being closely
guarded, bat it is announced that tho
funniest men in Anderson aro li fing '
sleen working on the program, so you
would better have your buttons sewed
on tight, for there will be a mighty
strain on them when the thing is let
Col. Schachte's Regiment, of Charles
ton, the finest in the State, together
with the Artillery Band, will be in
camp during (Jain Week and will add
materially to tho general enjoyment of
To the lovers of base ball the simple
announcement that Columbia and Au
gusta have been secured to play a se
ries of games here, will awaken new
interest in the occasion. These team?1
.are the two crack teams of the South,
And they will cross bato here after hav
ing <-.<ch won almost every game of the
preaent Benson, lt will, therefore, be a
game of interstate interest by reason
of the excellent record of the opposing
The official program is not yet com
plete, and is, therefore, not ready for
publication, lt will be published in
?ne time, however, for the needs of
The State Encampments.
The field officers of the South Caro
lina militia met in Colombia last Wed
nesday and fixed the places and dates
for the encampment of the volnnteer
troops this summer. The question of
railroad rates and other expenses were
thoroughly gone into end the United
States appropriation will be none too
mach. Representatives of Charleston,
Columbia, Rock Hill,, Greenville and
Anderson were on hand to urge their
respective claims, nearly all of them
asking for the three Regiments. The
encampments were divided, however,
it being decided that the First, Col.
Boyd's Regiment, which is composed of
the up-country Companies, will go to
Colnmbia on Joly 20th to remain seven
days. The Second Regiment, Colonel
Herbert, of Ornngeburg. waa ordered
to Greenville on Joly 37th to remain
seven days. The Third Regiment, 1
v?i. utuacuw,ui vunnoBwU) wm game :
to Anderson August 2nd and remain "
through our Gala^Week. _ Since then
the city o? Greenville decided that she
did not want the Second Regiment
alone, and it has been ordered to the
Isie of Palms.
In the encampment no company
shall include more than 00 men and lt
was found necessary to pay them for
live days fora seven days encampment
in order to keep within the appropria
tion. Hence, on the doy going and re
turning the men will receive no pay,
bnt subsistence will be provided for
the full seven daya.
The Third Regiment, which will
como to Anderson, is a fine body of
troops, and tho officers are more than
5leased that they are coming here,
'he following are the Companito of
Sumter Guards, Charleston, Capt. T.
Washington Light Infantry, Char
leston. Cant. F. E. Robson.
Irif-h Volunteers, Charleston, Capt.
D. F. Kearney.
German Fusiloers, Charleston, Capt.
H. B. Schroder.
Palmetto Guards, Charleston, Capt.
J.H. E. Stelling.
Georgetown Rifles, Georgetown,
Capt. 8. M. Ward.
Santee Rifles, Elloree, Capt. S. C.
Calhoun Light Infantry, Florence,
Capt. C. E. Johnson.
Hartsvillo Light Infantry, Harts
ville. Capt. C. W. Coker.
Well, Mr. Editor, bot ?eather has
come at last and the farmers are glad
to see it on their cotton crop.
The Fonrth of July has come and
gone and it woe celebrated at Town -
ville with a grand reunion and picnic
of the old soldiers and everybody thrt
- was near enough to go.
Mr. Sam McAdams, of Iva. S. C.,
visited relatives here lost Saturday
and Sunday and attended the picnio at
Town ville. We are always glad to
<see him, aa he makes all that know
him all smiles. It is a good thing that
fae does not come oftener, as one of our
fair maids is very mach smitten on
A certain yoong man at a distance
visited i v oar borg- not long since, and
I think he will not come very often, as
the sen is most toe bot for him. J??t
. ask him about that?
Miss Sadie McAdams ;*.as been right
.-sick for tho laat week, faut we are glad
r to say ia better.
H.W. Caldwell is visiting frienda
. and relatives near ibis place. We are
always glad to have him back home
i again. m ^
J. R. McAdams and wife ana sweet
; little babe, visited the latter's mother,
Mrs. T. J. Dalrymple, last Saturday
i and Sunday.
.rxuupects aro fine for the wedding
i bolls to soon ring in oar community, aa
f a certain young man goes to see his
v. best girl every Sunday evening anti
a^aboat . .' Ice through the week.
Tole/'svKldneynave purifies the blood
"by straining out Impurities and tones up
the whole tivuteni ^Curn-* kidney and
-bladder iron1)! Evans' Fnarmacy.
Meeting of Reunion Committee.
Starr, ?. *J., July 0th.
Editor Intelligencer: Please an
nounce in the next issue ol' your paper
that the committee to make arrange
ments for the annual reunion of Co. F,
SJ5feh S. C. v., to bo held on Wednes
day, Aug. nth, next, at Carswell Insti
tute, are requested to moot at Carswell
Institute on Friday, 10th inst, at 2 p.
m. The following veteran? and sons
of veteiu .8 compose committee: J. T.
Hannah. J. D. McAdams. A. W. Mc
Kee, J. B. Leveret te, J. G. Gordon, C.
H. Bailey, ll. M. Tate, J. C. McPhoil,
M. A. Thompson, J. L. Jackson, M.
. B. L3vorett3. Sic.
Old People's Singing.
There will be an old peopled singing
at Shiloh Baptist Church, near Ever
greon, on Saturday before the :3rd Sun
day in July. All old singers are cor
dially invited to come and bring bas
kets of eatables.
The following program has been ar
ranged for the occasion:
Co un.'once at 10 o'clock a. m. Satur
day. Sing till 12 m. Kecess till l.ao
p. m. Dinner, Song service at will.
Sunday School 0 to 10 a. m.
Kecess for 10 minuten.
Sermon on music at ll o'clock.
KeceBS for dinner.
Song service at pleasure.
Miss Jennie Maie Jones, of Atlanta,
is the charming guest of Mrs. Colyer,
on Depot street.
Mrs. J. li. Daniel, of Summerville, is
visiting at the Kay Hotel.
Mark Speer, one of our nrominent
yoong business men, took a living trip
to Anderson on lae: Wednesday. Mr.
Speer is not a good marksman, as 'tis
said he r Jased Anderson and landed in
Clyde Mann, of Ant; ovillo, spent a
?iart of last week with W. Norwood
iuckabee, his uncle.
Elim Hucknbee leaves Tuesday for
Verdory, S. C.
Quito a number of our young people
took au outing on Savannah .River to
Nick Horton went to McCormick to
The ladies of the Methodist Church
served refreshments on the parsonage
lawn Friday evening. The crowd was
very large, and as a natural conse
i quence the receipts were good.
[.. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker, of Wash
ington, are here to spend the snmmer.
MesBrs. Witt Barnes and Mac Mc
Caila are on a business trip to Clayton,
Spritley Hucknbee returned home
Friday from Due West, where he haa
been for several days on business.
Bab Hutchison will go to Watts to
spend hiB summer vacation.
Brushy Creek Items.
This section has been refreshed with
occasional showers recently. Our peo
ple have something to be thankful for.
We have been wonderfully blessed.
We have had gentle showers while
other sections have had tornadoes and
The farmers have cotton their crops
in first rate shape and they are looking
A number of onr people went to Pel
zer Saturday, the 4th, and report a de
W. R. Pick, s and wife, with the
latter's sister, Miss Maude Ellison, and
Lawrence Hicks, formed a fishing par
ty on Saluda River Saturday after
Miss Mellie Smith, of Piedmont, vis
ited friends here Saturday night and
Samuel Cooper, of Piedmont, visited
J. T. MeCreary Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Oatts were at
Dinner Sunday with the family of W.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hicks, of Green
ville, spent Sunday with the former's
brother, J. R. Hicks.
Beaus ami cabbages are plentiful.
July 0. T. F.
. Prospect Dots.
We aro having nice weather for kill
The lightning struok and killed a
cow of J. R. Eskew and one for his
John D. Campbell ie very sick with
typhoid fever. We hope ne will soon
be np again.
Mrs. Will Harbin has been very sick
with ohicken pox, but we are glad to
say that she is improving.
Miss Eula and Iva Tate have been
very Bick. We hope they will soon re
We ero glad to say that Mrs. Luther
Hall is improving very fast, after a
long Bpell of sickness.
There was an all-day singing at New
Hope last Sunday. It was conducted
by Prof.. J/ilford and Bolt.
Will Webb and wife have been visit
ing tho family of J. B. Eskew.
July 4. B. L. G.
- i -rn . -? -
Resolutions by the Bar Association of
Whereas, we have learned with re
gret th nt Mr. E. G. J1/C A dome, u mein
er of thia Association. has decided to
sever hts connection with us and move
to Oklahoma City to practice the pro
fession of the law, and, whereas, since
he has by his genial manner and warm
heart endeared himself to ns both os a
cition and a lawyer; therefore be it
Resolved, By the Bar Association of
Anderson, South Carolina, that we ex
press our regret at his departure from
our city and State, and most cheerful
ly recommend bim to our brethren of
the Bar at Oklahoma City, as one en
titled to their esteem and good . will,
and in all respects worthy of their con
Resolved, That a certi?ed copy of
theae TeBolutiona be given Mr. Mc
M. L. Bonham, Pres.
J. M. Paget, Sec. pro tem.
The annual camp meeting of the
Wesleyan Methodist Church will com
mence at Piedmont, S. C., on Wednes
day night before the first Snnday in
August and continua until the 10th of
Augaat. Everybody is cordially invi
ted to attend. Ministers of all denom
inations are urgently requested to be
with ns and help posh the battle against
? - The main object of-this meeting is to \
help "spread scriptural holiness over i
this land." Every effort will bo made
to entertain all ministers and workers.
A restaurant will bo near by for the
accommodation of the public.. Let
earnest prayer be made that tho meet
I ing will oe a success, as God counts
success. ^ ,% ,
L. G. Clayton,
L. W. Johnson,
A Chance for a Young Man.
A scholarship of $40 in money be
sides exemption from tuition and oth
er lees is provided by the Legislature
for one young mau from each County
to pursue a one year normal course in
the South Carolina College. Examina
tions will be held on the 10th inst, be
fore the County Board of Education.
Applicants should be at least 10 vears
of age, and preferably teachers. Write
President Benjamin ?loan, South Caro
lina College, Columbia, S.C., for blank
on which to apply before the 10th.
Besides this valuable scholarship the
College also offers to young men in
each County two normal scholarships
frond for four years and exempting the
?older from tuition and other fees.
Moreover, teachers, women as well as
men, may take the one year normal
course without fee of any kind.
Harris Bridge News.
We are being blessed with a good
rain, which fe farm vegetation needed
very bad. 1 ue farmers are very thank
ful, though the crops look very poor
in Borne parts of the section.
A number ol our people wont to Pel
zer the 4th. Messrs. John Harris and
Pickene AfcClellan went as two old
soldiers. All report a jolly time de
spite the hot weather.
Two of Broadaway's dashing young
men, Messrs. Charlie Cobb and Perry
Smitb, spent the fourth Saturday and
Mina Roscoe Casey, of Newberry, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. J. Buchan
News is scarce.
We had a nice rain yesterday after
noon, which did a great deal of good.
Last week was a hot one, and the crops
grew more than they have in two weeks
Somu of the people in this communi
ty went to Pelzer on 4th inst.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wakefield spent
the day with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Rob
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bell, of Honea
Path, were intbis section Saturday and
Mrs. S. A. Callaham and son, Eu
gene, were visiting in the Honea Path
Tho protracted meeting will begin at
First Creek on the 1st Snnday in Au
gust Rose Bud.
Don't let thin opportunity pass snd fail
to get a Terraoing Plow cheap.
Brock Hardware Co.
Two Bottles Cured Him.
"I waa troubled with kidney complaint
for about two poor:!," writes A. H. Davis,
of Mt. Sterling, Ia., "bul two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Curs effected a perma
nent cure."-Evana Pharmacy.
Sonni kidneys are safeguards or Ufe.
Make the kidney? healthy with Foley's
Kidney Core.-Evans' Pharmacy.
The first oos. ls not si ways the greatest
or onlv oeat in operating a Mower. Sul
livan Haw. Co. wonld Uko to demon
strate to yon why McCormick Mowers
require so few repairs and to have you
compare the cost of snob repairs with
corresponding parts for other machines
Pot Plants and Cut Flowbrs for sal e.
Large ai d small Palms a special ty. Mrs
J. F. Cllnkscalee, 242 North Main St.
A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had
to get up ten or twelve times in the
night, and bad a severe baokaohe and
pains In ths kidneys. Wes cared by
Foley's Kidney Cure.-Evans' Phar
No Falio Claim.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey and
Tar do not advert?as this as a "sure cure
for consumption " They do o lal na it
will cure in the early stages and never
falls to give comfort and relief in the
worst oases. Foley's Honey and Tar ia
without doubt the greatest throat and
lang remedy. Refusa substitutes.-Evans
. The McCormlok Vortical Lift Mower
for wbi?u bui?van Udw. Co. are general
agents can be operated aB??eaafaljjf and
s?sicisoiosiiy on any Und and nader any
condition ?attable for operating a machine
where the Mower eau bo drawn by the
horses, and, furthermore, can be handled
on ground and under conditions where
an ordinary Mowo?- cannot be ran. It ls
the only Mower ac* 'tned both for gener
al cutting and ?or . ongh and stumpy
Bronohltls For Twenty Years.
Mrs Minerva Smith, of Danville, 111.,
write?: "I had bronchitis for twenty
vears and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey md Tar which is a an re
MONEY TO LOAN-In sums of tlO?
or more on real estate mortgages. Apply
to Quattlebaum & Cochran, Anderson, S.
Treat Your '.'Idney'o for Rheumatism.
When you are suffering from rheuma
tism, the kidneys muBt be attended to
at once so that they will eliminate the
uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kid
ney Cure ls the moat effective remedy for
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Polar,
Wis., says, "After successfully doctoring
.trae years for rheumatism with the best
doctor*, I tried Foley's Kidney Caro and
lt cured me. I cannot speak too highly
of this great medicine."-Evans' Phar
FOR SALE.-A lot of second hand
CHURCH PEWS at a bargain. Apply
to C. M. Ouest. 1 4t
Wheo Other Medlolnes Fall
take Foley's Kidney Care. It baa cured
when everything else had disappointed.
Has it ever occurred to you how soon a
Mower would pay for ltaeltf Do yon
realise how much good feed for your
stock you annually lose by your failure
to out the grass, bay, pea vines, etc., al
lowed to go to waster It does nut take
mach of such feed to pay for a McCor
mick Mower from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Temperance ls the rolling ?Mission of
tho day and the sods fountain^ one of ita
strongest supporters.and the most de
lightful and most satisfying of all the
beverages sold by soda fountains is Pep*
el-Cola, the Pepsin drink. It is healthful.
Try it Bo.
Refined, up-to dato people always want
the best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS in the Sonth. They do
not waste their skill on cheap, fading
Ont en Second.
A warm game of ball waa played by
two negro teams on the Spain planta
tion six miles in tho country this af
ternoon, which required a doctor to
be called ia to repair the damages,
j One of the base runners attempted
to steal a base when a member of tho
other team filled him with birdshot.
Later one of the players was not
pleased with a deoision of the uni piro
and shot him. Both are said, to be
doing well and will live to play. other
games.-Quitman (Ga.) Telegram to
- Only a pretty girl can ?be sauoy
We bave great Inducements to attar
you in uoslery, Pants, Overalls, Draweiv,
Piece Goods, etc. We will bo lu our office
for the next ?Ixty days. Huy from UH
you get the mill prices. We save you .
the jobbers profits. Call on ns and be i
convinced. Wo are selling the largest1
and closest buyers In the country.
WEBB A CATER,
Com mission'Mercbonta and Mill Agents.
A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Piotr
Btocks for 60c. See Brock Hardware Co.
Buy vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Cc.
Bo.'oro you sell your chickens and eggs
come and get ray prices. I pay cash, and
ai way H tbo highest price the market
afford*. J. O. T'm platen.
Next door to Litton fe Ledbottor. Pat
rick's old stand.
A few more Knol Chopper? and Kelly
Perfect Axe? at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co. .
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollar? to i?sd on Land for cliente. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE-Situated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court Honte. Apply to J. F,
Cllnkscalee, Intelligencer office.
THE WELSH NECK HIGH SCHOOL waa opened
nine years ago, and bes grown steadily in ita popu
larity, numbers, equipment and thoroughness, until it
is cow by far the largest and best equipped co-educa
tional boarding school in the Carolinas. It will be
well for you to investigate these claims. Send for oar
illustrated catalog whether you expect to patronize ua
or not. : : : :::::::::::::
J. W. GAINES, Prin., Hurtsville, 8. G.
McCormick Vertical Lift Mower.
The McCormick Vertical Lift Mower, a view of which is presented here*
with, is specially designed for cutting on rough and stumpy ground, but is
also well adapted for general use. This machine combines all the essential
features of the most perfect grass-cutting machine. By virtue of its achieve,
menta on rough and uneven fields, as well as on smooth and level meadow,
landa, the Vertical Lift Mower is. generally recognized aa being the best all
Surpose Mowing Machine manufactured. The McCormick; is equipped with
evices by means of which the cutter bar can be raised to a vertical position
and lowered by the driver, the machine beinj? thrown in and out of gear au
tomatically without stopping the team. This form of construction ia found
invaluable, as it enables the operator of the McCormick Vertical Lift to cut
close up to tree, stump or rock, and eave all the hay.
The cutter-bar is easily raised for passing any obstruction, and the ma
chine is thrown out of gear -automatically, without any loss of time that
would otherwise be consumed in operating an ordinary machine under auch
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
DO YOU WANT
OFFICE OF JOSEPH J. FEET WELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
ANDERSON, S. C., June 1st, 1903.
We are entering the Real Estate Business for the Purchase and Sale Of
Real Estate in the City and County of Anderson, and also in adjoiuVig
If yon have anything in the Real Estate line that you wish to sell or
exchange, or if you want to buy deaiiable City or Country property, improved
or unimproved, it will be to your interest to call and see ns.
We now number on our. list some of the most desirable landed property
to be found in the Piedmont section of the State.J
Write us your wanta, and we will endeavor to reply promptly to all in
quiries. Correspondence solicited from all who want information in reference
to our -ountry.
Large Tracts will be divided to suit purchasers when possible.
We can furnish money on your purchase?, where you ?re not prepared.to |
pay all cash.
Send in your names at once, if jon wish to buy or sell, as thia is the time
to get in shape before the Fail mouths, aud make your arrangements for neat,
JOSEPH J. FItETWELL,
Dealer in Real Estate, Auderson, S. O.
We are Putting Out Daily
To olean up lines of Merchandise
In Every Depaii?Miit !
Yon should not misa seeing na
before buying ANYTHING in
Men's and Boys'
The Cash Dollar Cuts a Great
Figure this Sunnier*
For Men. Women and Children.
Greatest Removal ?s?e Eyer Known in this
Lesser & Company
WiU Move to Larger Quarters.
WE have grown so fast that we were compelled to look out for largei
Store Booms. We will occupy two large floors from September let. Wa
have secured the very beet location in this city, where we will move^
Third door ircm the Bank of Anderson,
Soufch Side of the Public Square.
Oar Departments are all filled with up-to-date Goods, and Stock still un
broken. We cannot afford to let these Gooda lay to be moved to new quw>
tera. No, we will make a great move of all our Goods by soiling them at
. . v
SOME STILL J^ESS.
We will offer you every day new bargains.. We will not care what
-oloods cost us. Such a cut will be given on prices that we will startle
whole community, and there will be no questions asked wbeio to go and
them: Go to IJ3SSER & CO'S. GREAT REMOVAL SAI*E.
We have enough Goods left to eupply the whole County.
Ooma, follow the crowd, and look for yourself.
We will make it interesting for you, and astonish you by
entire Stock of
At such Cu* rV?Ka that yoe can supply your wanta for a little money
Come one, ooma all, and take advantage of this great Removal : Sale, at
Stock must be redaood by September 1st.
XESSER & CO
TJNDBR MASONIC TEMPtB.
?E?DEBS OF LOW PRICES.
After September let thr?e i
next to Sullivan Hardware Co.
?rs from Bank of Anderson