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Popular Priced Oxfords,
Popular Priced Sandals,
White Canvas ?tihbon Ties,
Little Gents' and Blucher Oxfords.
Efone better than those made by James A, Banister Co.
??o better selected Stock,
Or langer lino: of Shoes
la the city than oura.
We can certainly ?t the
People in Footwear.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1806,
THS COriOW MARKET.
Day laborers are in great demand in
the city at good wages.
Mrs. J. L. Maxwell has gone to Sa
vannah to visit her mother.
Mies May Thompson has gone to
Abbeville to visit relatives.
Mies Sallie Wutkics. of Anderson, is
visiting relatives and friends in Lau
MiBfl Maggie Hudgens, of Honea
Patji, has been visiting relatives in the
That terrible disease, meningetis,
is prevalent in acme sections ot thu
Mrs. Sallie Parker, of Augusta, Ga.,
ia in Anderson visiting Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. H. S. Dowling and little sou, of
Macon, Ga., are in the city visiting
An exchange says that unless a man
is a good listener he should stay out of
the matrimonial gnme.
Solicitor J. ?. Bogga, of Pickons,
spent Saturday and Sunday in the city
on professional business.
Dr. 8. BI. Orr left a few days ago
on a business trip to New York and
will return home this week.
This is fine growing weather owing
to the delightful ehowers that have
fallen during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Nardin, of Hart
well, Ga., spent Saturday and Sunday
in the oity visiting relatives.
D. E. Carlisle is erecting a substan
tial cottage on his lot on Knot River
street, near his own residence.
County Superintendent of Education
Nicholson attended the big educational
conference in Columbia last week,
A number of onr citizens are indulg
ing in strawberries of their own pro
duction, and they are fine ones, too.
B. F. Martin, J, E. Bieazealo and E,
l/L. Bucker, Jr., are attending the
Supremo Court in Columbia this week.
Mrs. Sue Burriss, of Mountain Creek,
S. C., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
W. E. Meredith.-Hartwell tGa.) Sun.
Chiquola Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will meet tomorrow evening nt ti
o'clock. All the members are urged to
MisB Fay Drennan, of Anderson, is
here taking a business coursa at Con
verse Business School.-Spartanburg
Dr. E. D. Beeves, J. J. Knight and
J. ?. Sullivan, of Orangeburg, have
been spending several days in the city
Now the summer girl will soon begin
to freeze cn the reckless youth who
bas a mania for squandering his money
for ice cream.
Misses Virginia Norris and Ruby El
liot, of Westminster, have been spend
ing a few days in the city with rela
tives and friends.
The State Bankers' Association
meets in this city on the 23rd and 24th
inst. Oar people will give tho bankers
a royal reception.
The directors of the Chamber of
Commerce are considering the question
of holding another gala week in this
city this sumniu*.
Rev. 8. T . creech, of this city, is
spending a few days in WilliamBton,
assisting in a series of meetings in the
Mrs. Themas R. Davis ?mu iii tie son,
formerly of thia city, now. of Ander
son, are visiting Mrs. J. A. Burnsdale.
A great many Anderson people left
this morning for Spartanburg to attend
the music teat i val at Converse College
whioh begins tonight.
We have received an invitation to
attend the-ninth annual.. commence
ment of the Clemson Agricultural Col
lege on June 4 th-Ot h.
A few . spring chickens, about the
size of a partridge, have made their
appearance in the market and ' are
offered at 25 cents each.
Mrs. Dr. Wharton, of Iva, has been
here on a visit to her people and has
been the guest of her brother, R. E.
Prof. J. W. Drake, of Donaldsville,
who has been teaching school at Fay
etteville, N. C., was in the city yester
day and gave us a pleasant call.
Mr. Cray ton Cummings, of Ander
son, representing the Mutual Insurance
Company of New York, ie in the city
sn busine**.-Greenwood News.
Dr. J; D. Chapman has returned
From Dalton, Georgia, where he con
ducted successful revival services in
the Baptist Church pf that place.
If we are'short on candidates for
governor we might sr ad a committee'
t-> Honea Path and urge our old friend
"Josh" Ashley, to run.-Greenville
The Anderson and Bregon cotton
mill base ball teanra playea a game of
ball Saturday afternoon. The Ander
ion mill team was victorious by a score
)f ll toi.
Rev. V. I. Masters, the traveling
representative of the Baptist Courier,
eras in the city yesterday, and bi? roany
sid friends were moro than pleased to
Au additional rural free delivery
route has been established from Pied
mont, being 'No. 4. The new route ia
20 miles long, and will go into G reen
The farmers aro pretty. weU up with
their work. They have had excellent
weather for com and cotton planting
ind we know that they have taken ad
vantage of it.
Belton ia to have an Athletic Asso
/muon only chartered and Capitalized
it $2.000. An organization has been
iftected and charter wilUbe applied
M. C. Long, formerly stenographer
)f the eighth circuit, has been commis
sioned stenographer of the new tenth
circuit on Judge Prince's appointment
90 will reside in Anderson.
Flower thieves are stealing flowers
rrom some yards ir.-tho city during the
lavkness or night. lt will not bo long
sefore some of these thieves are ao
irehended and put on the gang. The
iliicers are keeping a watch for them.
Thoa. W. Non Ia is building two
cottages on East Bampton o'.reet, on
tho lot recently purchased from J. C.
C. Featherstone, Esq., opposite the
residence of Mayor Sullivan.
Hiss Ella Beattie, of Deans, ie in the
city tho guest ot Miss Mario Cheatbnm.
Miss Beattie will be one of the bridal
party at the Cheathaui-Cowan wed
ding.-Abbeville Press and Banner.
L. P. Smith ana M. I. Brock will
run an excursion from Belton to At
lanta, via Anderson and Seneca, next
Wednesday, 10th inst. See no tico in
another column for full particulars.
Up to the lsfi inst. Anderson's cot
ton receipts for this ceaBon aro 20,550
bales; same time last 6<:\son the re
ceipts were 22,300 bales. This is a
gaiu of r,i yo bales over last tensen.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Caldwell, of
Anderson, S. C., visited our city Mon
day. Mr, Caldwell is one ot' Anderson's
successful young business nun and his
visit was appreciated.-Hartwell (Ga.)
Kev. C. L. Stowart, of Pelzer, has
accepted tho call for tho next six
months as pastor ol' the Presbyterian
Church at Honen Path, and will preach
there regularly ?very 2nd and 4th Sab
J. E. Harton, who ia building a new
store room on Main street for Mies
(Janett, has purchase/, from L. B.
O'Dell a one-halt iuterest in the alloy
between the two stores.-Easley Pro
E. P. Mc Adams, formerly of this
city, but now a prosperous merchant
of Atlanta, Ga., has been spending a
few days in Anderson and was a wel
come visitor to the Intelligencer
Rev. R. C. Ligon bas returned to his
home in Newberry after spending a
week or two with relatives in the
county. His health has been greatly
impaired, and he is seeking rest and
William Plumer Nicholson spent last
Saturday in Spartanburg, where he
umpired a game of baseball between
F arm an ana WofFord College teams.
The score waa 2 and 3 after eleven in
There will be preaching in Roberts
Church (D. V.) next Saturday and
Sunday, the 0th and 7th instant, at
the usual hour. The sacrament of the
Lord's supper will be administered on
The Brushy Creek Singing Associ
ation will meet at Pisgah Church the
second Sunday in May. All persons
interested in music are invited to at
tend with bookB and well-filled dinner
Our young friend, S.S. Newell, of
this county, who graduated a few
weeks ago from tho College of Phar
macy in Charleston, has gone to
Greenville, where he has accepted a
position in a drug store.
The Woftbrd-Clenison base ball game
which was to have been played ,at
Clemson last Wednesday afternoon
was postponed on account of rain.
There is some talk of having the game
played in Anderson on Saturday, Muy
M?68 Alma Gambrell, so well beloved
in this city, came down from Belton
Saturday to attend Easter services.
She was looking as pleasant and sty
lish as ever and returned to her busi
ness house Monday.-Abbeville Me
The regular examination of teacher8
for the public Bchools of the county
will be held in this city on Friday, 10th
inst. The notice of the County Super
intendent of Education in reference to
the examination appears in another
There is some talk of a large hosiery
mill being placed at some point in thia
Piedmont section. Why not make an
effort to get it located in Anderson?
Such an enterprise wonld be a good
thing for the town and is worth look
All perrons interested in the ceme
tery at Pisgah Church are requested to
meet there next Saturday, oth inst.,
with the necessary tools for the pur
pose of clearing oft' the graves and
and putting the cemetery in li rat-class
One by one the schools are closing
and soon all of the playfnl children
will be let loose from school. Then
they will be as happy and light hearted
and gay and free as are the birds that
Bing so merrily und cher i ly early these
The work of paving certain portions
of the atteets ls progressing satisfac
torily. The amount the city council
has on hand at present for this work it
about $8,000. The work will be grad
ually extended os the public revenue
Rev. M. B. Kelley, who has been ill
for several weeks, is improving. He
was taken sick while assisting in the
revival cervices in Spartanburg and
had to retara home. His friends wish
to iee him speedily restored to- his us
ual health and vigor.
Efforta aro being made to organize a
baseball club here, and already a con
siderable part of the capita? stock has
been subscribed. Several of the neigh
boring towna bave good teams, and
there would be no lock of good games
during the summer months.
Do not tamper with rural delivery
mail boxes. At Greenville in the Uni
ted States Court Judge Brawley fined
R. O. Gambrell, of Oconeo County,
$50.00 for tampering with a mail box
and delivered $75.00 worth of lecture
to him and others on the subject.
Memorial exercises will be held at
Pisgah Church, in Brushy Creek Town
ship, on Saturday, IStb inst., at ll
o'clock a. nu Bon. J. E. Bogga and
Rev. C. Wardlaw have been invited tc
deliver addressee appropriate to the
occasion. The public is invited to at
At a meeting of the membership ol
the Walhalla Baptist Church on last
Sunday morning Rev. Columbus
Wardlaw was chosen pastor ot the
ehurcb for the remainder of the pres
ent year. We have not learned wheth
er Mr. Wardlaw ha* accepted the call
or not.-Keowee Courier.
Last Monday being ealesday, a large
crowd of people from the country wai
attracted to the city, rmd the mer
chants had a tine trade. Many of thc
farmers reported that*the recent raini
have can ?ed the grase ts ss?ke its ap
pearance, and that they will have tc
work early and lat? to subdue it.
Lonnie Robertson, a yonng negri
living on-the plantation o?'Elma Mc
Gee in the lower part of the County
has been lodged ic the County Jail foi
shooting Will Black, a negro who wai
paying too much attention to the for
mer's wife. Robertson caught Bindi
with his wife, and securing bis gut
fired at Black three times. Some ol
the shots took effect, inflicting sever?
wounds ou the arm, head and neck
The arm had to be amputated. "Rob
erteon will remain in jail pending thc
outcome of Block's wounds. .
O. D. Anderson reached homo a week
ago from Richmond, Va-, where ho
has been spending several weeks in a
hospital recuperating from an opera
tion for appendicitis. Mr. Anderson
bad a very serious case and his many
friends are delighted to know that ho
has about regained hie wonted strength
Miss Kate Hudgens, daughter of
Mrs. Ella Hudgens, of this place, has
been elected teacher of English lan
guage in the Colombia Female college
at a handsome salary.-Hones Path
Chronicle. Miss Hudgens is an accom
plished young lady, and the Columbia
College is fortunate in securing her
services as a member of ita faculty.
Rev. J. E. James, pastor of tho Cen
tral Presbyterian Church, spent last
Sunday at Coronacn, where he assisted
in the installation of Rev. S. L. Wil
son as pastor of the Presbyterian
Church of that village. Mr. James'
?>ulpit in this city was occupied by
lev. J. G. Law, of Walhalla, who!
preached able aud eloquent sermons
at both the morning anu evening ser
Mr. Hugh Ellison, of Brushy Creek
Township, died at tho home ot hi6 sou,
John C. Ellison, on Wednesday, Stitt)
ult. He was 70 years of age, aud
leaves four children. Mr. Ellisou was
a most worthy citi/.eu ami was held in
high esteem by all who know him.
The remains wei o iuterred in the St.
Paul's Churchyard, near his home,
Rev. D. W. Hiott conducting tho fu
W. Hosea Brockman a well-kuowu
colored tinsmith, died ait his home iu
this city last Saturday, after a long
illness. The deceased wua about 00
years of age, and for a long time was
in the employ of tho late John E.
Peoples. Ile was an upright, sober
man, and in the days when his vote
was needed he voted the Democratic
ticket. He was highly esteemed by
his white friends.
The McAdams school and the Long
Branch school will close on Friday,
12th inst., and will celebrate the oc
casion on that date by a union picnic
at Barkers Creek. Several speakers
have been invited to deliver addresses.
The friends and patrons of the two
schools are invited to attend the pic
nic and hiing well-tilled dinner bas
kets. The picnic will no doubt be a
most enjoyable one.
The large barn with several out
buildings belonging to W. H. Mnrtin,
a progressive farmer living in Garviu
Township, was destroyed by tire early
Tuesday morning, 20th ult. Nine
mules perished in the t?nmes while
several borses came dangerously near
meeting a similar fate. The loss in
estimated at $5,000, and there was no
insurance. It is believed to be the
work of an incendiary.
Mrs. W. W. Robinson, of Anderson,
who hus been critically ill for some
weeks past, has improved to such an
extent as to be able to make n visit to
Walhalla, and is now with her sister,
Mrs. N. L. Fant, where she is im
proving rapidly in our ilue climate of
mountain breezes and pure and spark
ling water. We trust that ttiis good
woman will soon be restored to perfect
Camp W. W. Humphrey H Sous of
Confederate Veterans will meet to
morrow afternoon at 5 o'clock in tho
ellice of Clerk pf Court John C. Wat
kins, the Commander of the Camp.
The annual election of ollicers will
take place and delegates to the Con
vention in Louisville next month will
be selected. Every member ?B urged
to attend, and young men who are not
membeis are invited to attend and
join the Camp.
Toxasvuy Lodge, Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, celebrated the tirst
anniversary of its establishment with
a banquet Wednesday night. Covers
were laid for about 125 persons, and a
splendid supper was served. C. P.
Smith presided as toastmaster and in
troduced the speakers. The responses
were as follows: "Other Fraternities,"
A. H. Dagnall, Esq.; "Our Native
State," T. Frank Watkins, Esq.; "Odd
Fellowship," Rev. S. T, Creech.
The Greenville News of last Sunday
says: "Judge Prince, of Anderson,
who was elected at the last General
Assembly, will preside at the Court of
General Sessions which convenes here
I tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. This
will be Judge Prince's tirst visit to
Greenville in an official capacity. He
is well known and popular here and
his friends and the members of the bar
will welcome him. He is expected to
arrive from Anderson this afternoon."
A post of the Travelers' Protective
Association was organized in this city
Saturday' afternoon. Officers were
chosen us follows: F. G. Brown, presi
dent; J. C. Green, secretary; C. M. Mc
i Clure, tirst v; co-president. A. S. Far
mer, W. H. Osborne, R. E. Lig?n, W.
W. Sullivan and J. D. Brown were
elected directors. The post begins
i with a membership of 50, which the
organizer says ?B an unusually large
number for a city of Anderson's popu
The Southern Railway offers a rate
of one fare plus 25 cents to Charleston
account German Rifle Club and Gold
en Jubilee, 8th to 18th in Br. Tickets
sold May 8, 9,10th, with final limit
May 18th. Many attractions ?.re prom
ised and the occasion will afford a fine
opportunity to visit Charleston at very
small cost. Thia ia the most pleasant
season of the year to visit the grand
old "City by the Sea," and many of
the people from this section will no
doubt go down.
Porty years ago on the 1st inst, the
Yankee raiders visited Anderson, stole
many horses, much jewelry, silverware
vod other things and scared the wo
men and children. One of the schools
of the town waa enjoying a picnic at
Brown's tanyard, just east ot Silver
Brook cemetery, and just after dinner
had been served a messenger brought
the information to the happy crowd
that the raidere were in town, and in a
few minutes the assembled women and
children, yelling and screaming, fled
to their homes, lt is a day that many
of us who were children will not soon
The Misses Henrietta Whitehuist
and Liz-elie Willie, of Spurtanburg,
visited relatives and friends in the
city last week. They added greatly to
the singing at the First Methodist I
Church last Sunday, morning and t
evening-Miss Whitehurst with her
sweet, soprano voice, and Miss Wi''
at the organ.-Miss Willis captiv^cd
all by her eloquent rendition of the
musical numbers. Her ?oft and ex
presoive luueu culls toi th tho very soul
of harmony in - its grandest and most
inspiting symphony .-Laurens Herald.
Miss Willie is from Anderson and is
attending college in Spartacburg.
The annual commencement of the
Jones High Schooi, which is located in
the northwest corner of Greenwood
County, will take place on Thursday,
11th in?t., beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.
An interesting programme of songs,
recitations, dialogues, etc., by the pu
Eils has been arranged, Hon. O. B.
[artin, of Colombia, Rev. J. A. Mc
Cullough, of Greenville, and Dr. Geo.
B. Cromer, of Newberry, have been
invited, to deliver short addresses. In
the afternoon a game of base ball will
be played by the Honea Path and
CoKo?bury teams. The Princeton
brass band will furnish music for the
occasion. The friends of the pupils of
the school aie cordially invited to at
Appreciates merit won through well-directed efforts, legiti
mate means and honesty of purpose to gain that confides^*
which is highly essential lu ail commercial relations. The
growth of our business is due mainly to our open, fair deal
ings with our customers, our polite attention, our exceptional
facilities due to our resident New York buyer, and our effort,
to give value received for our merchandise.
Is complete in every line. No Store in the upper portion of"
this State can show a better selection or a greater variety e&
Shirt Waist Suits?
Than we are showing this season.
' Clothing !
Is moving rapidly since the Public has been convinced thsfc
quality, material, workmanship and durability constitute?
true values, and that we are selling the right stuff.
EVERYBODY INVITED TO VISIT OUR STORE
Miss Dora Geister
' Itforth Side Court Square,
Two doors East F. & M. Bank,
ANDERSON, S. Ck
Studebaker Wagons just arrived.
Car of Kentucky, Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons:t??>
Also, three cars of Buggies, Carriages, Surreys and pleas
ure Vehicles generally.
Call and see us. .
FEET WELL - HANKS Oft
IP YOU ABE GOING TO BUY
We want a chance to sell you.
If you OWE US you don't know how we would apprec?
ate a payment these ptochingltimes.