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Want Advertis?rigf Rates
. Twenty-five ward? or le**, Ono Vim? 26 cents, Three T?nte 00 Ointe,
Six TUnje f LOO.
Alt advertisement over twenty-nre ward* prorate for each additional
wo vd- Rata* on-1,000 w?rd* to be used la a month made on appli
No advertisement taken for la** than 26 cents, cash tn cdvance.
If your name appears tn the telephone directory yon can telephone
your want ad to 321 and a bill wUlhe malled after tasertlon ' for
prompt payment.
WANTS
WANTED- Sewing of all. or any kind.
Sowing by the day, hour or weak'.
Will cut, draft* and make shirts,
dresses, coats and suits to measure.
Work quickly and neatly done. Mrs.
?eile Erskine Pruitt, No. 411 North
Pant St.
WANTED-Clean cotton rags. The In
telllgencer Job. Printing Depart
ment. (
WAH5EBD>-Ta ; correspond, con?l
dentialiy. with anyone desirlous ot
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or .whiskey . habit. ' The
KESLEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA; S. C. . Box 75/
WANTED-Tao privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. 'Information if desired.
THE- KEELBY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 75.
WANTED-You to buy your "Sunday
Goodies" from the Anderson Pure
Food Co.-Cakes, Pies, Cream
Putts. Buns, 'Rolls', and "Aunt
Mary's Cream- Bread. . . Store nt
Anderson, Bakery's old stand, on
Benson St.
HAVE SOB "SALE several dozen
cans pruno 'tomatoes at $1.00 per
dozen,' Hiring benns at $1.10 per
dozen, dessert peaches without
tsur-^r at $1.15 per dozen, . desert
peaches heavily sugared (1-4 pound
eugar to can) $2.25 per oaken. XL
C. McCants.
WHEN FJOXPECTLY detained down
town for luncheon, you cannot do
better than drop in here. A light
lunch or a subetantinl meal, Cuisine
and service O. K. and prices just es
attractive as our food. The Lnnch
eonetto^-dtf.
FINE FRUITS-We carry tba largest
and most complete assortment, tn
tho city-keep 'em moving.. . Fresh !
Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap
ples, bananas, wholesale and re
tall. J. K. Manos. Phone 323.-dtf.
WE BUY TEAS and pay the cash.
Forman Smith-Seedman. rhone
#?#. ? . ?tl
LOST
FOR SALE
FOB SALE-Carden seed from bert
bulk stock at prices'Which are at
tractive.. We make a specialty ot
tho Seed business. You can mate a
Home Garden cut your neces ?ary
living expenses in half. Phone 164.
Furman Smith, Seedsman.
MISCELLANEOUS
. TAKEN UP-Stray cow, Friday;
Owner can get samo by calling at
Intelligencer and describing pro
perty and paying for this ad.
LOST-Lady's No. 12 1-2 ' fountain
pen. See end for xed nymbur. L. j
O. M. engraved on gold band. Find
er telephone 758 and get reward. L. j
McElheney.
FOR RENT
FOR BENT-House 402 Greenville
St, all conveniences, also would
like to trade gas stove foy wood
stove. J. F. 81mpson.--1-24-ltp.
POLE YOKES
A - Neck or Pole Yokes, with Strome
center pieces-Fifty Cents.
PAUL E. STEPHEN'S.
TlYB CENTS FRO YES IT
A C!eaeTons : Oiler. Cut out this I
ad., enclose with 6 cents to Foley & [
Co., Chicago, III., writing your name
and address plainly and receive a free J
trial package containing Foley's I
Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs?
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
for kidney end bladder complaints, f
backache, pains in joints, rheuma
tism; ; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, j
a wholesome and thoroughly cleans- !
lng cathartic-try "all three tor
cents, the cost of mailing. Sold by j
Evans_Pharmacy. _
mmm & TRUST COMPANY
will place your money for you secured by first
mortgages on Real Estate at not over 60 per cent,
valuation. All expenses to be paid by the borrow-1
er. The mortgages to bear 8 per cent interest.- We j
will guarantee you that the property mortgaged in
a first mortgage against the lands covered and that
it is free from incumbrance and that the title to the
property is perfect
For further information call at our office iii stoic room of Bleck
ley Building below l?is Peoples Bank. Also watch for list of
amounts wanted with number of acres as security, valuation, etc.
Pick out the amount you want and secure same as we do not in
tend to confine ourselves to Anderson C -linty alone in placing these
desirable loans.
There has been a great need here for the business we propose
to engage in, a place where the borrower ai\d the parties who have
money to loan can place their money without walting.
Come to see us at once whether you have money to loan or
want to borrow and we will soon get thc machinery working to place
!;trge amount in the near future. Our president, Mr. J. J. Fret
well, has ridden twice the distance around the world in this county
si)d knows the location and value of Anderson County lands better
$han others who have had np experience in this line of work. WKfere
we have any doubt as to valuations we will send one of our agents io
The Anderson
W. A. PEPPER BUILDING ON
WEST WHITNER STREET '
HAS BEEN LEASED
MOVED MONDAY
Newspaper Plant Is Already In
stalled in New Home Job -
Plant Moves Next
The Anderson Intelligencer, haring]
leased Xor a tenn of years the Dr. W.
Pepper Building at the north-east
1corner of West Wbltner and North'
Peeples streets, ls moving Its news*
paper and job printing business from
the Watson-Vandlver building, pit i
North Main Street to the new loca
tion. The newspaper department of !
he business waa moved yesterday and
be transfer of the job printing de
ar tmcnt will be completed this week.
While not originally constructed for
3newspaper purposes, the Pepper !
Building, perhaps more than any i
other structure- in the city, comes!
Dearer, being the type of homo best]
ul ted for auch a business than could '
?be ?found almost anywhere. Certain 1
?alterations of a minor nature have]
nput the building in convenient shape
?for a newspaper home, and from these
?quarters it is boped to issue even a j
?better paper than subscribers ot The
"intelligencer have enjoyed; in the past;
The Pepper Building is one of the]
?best constructed business 'buildings'
lin the city. In .the commodious j
?cement-floored basement of the struc
ture will be situated the press on
Iwhich The Intelligencer ls printed.
?On the first or ground floor of the
?structure will be located the editorial j
brooms,-the business - office and the]
?mechanical department ot the paper,
ho job printing business will bc
established on the top floor of the
ulldlng. where also will be located
tho editorial rooms of the Southern
rlatlan Advocate.
Those who have never lived through
newspaper plant moving haven't the
emotest conception of what a task
t ts, both gigantic and tedious. The
ry intricate and delicate linotype
chines present a problem In thc
hying of these alone. And with the
ress, with Ita hundreds of part?.
_ ' In size from tho : smallest I
umb Screw to great bases welguing j
h into the thousands of pounds, lt f
ever a greater task But in, no ins
tance baa Tho Intelligencer! had to j
send ont of town for expert help to
ove its plant. Brains, talent end
willingness to buckle, dawn for long j
ours without rest and work like
oeavsrs *ere zesponsiWe for the|
ptyne machines of The Intelligent |
r office being moved yesterday by j
e operators and their assistants,
e machines were. dismantled,, load
on wagons, transported to the new I
ulldlng.. .unloaded, oat n's again end ;
irted running in record, time, it is
lloved, for e< Job o< thia.klnd. The
ving waa accomplished without a
ittch or a mishap.
The Intelligencer's big press la be
lng taken to pieces by Pressman Kin
ey, who .will assemble tho various ]
arts'ia tho press room of the new
on and erect the big .machine j
Bis is one of the biggest Jobs
all.
Through the courtesy of the Dally
Meit The Intelligencer will be print
ed on tho former's press until The
Intelligencer's press has been at art- j
cd going again.
r^nds of Thc intelligencer are
-?rdlttlly Incited to visit the papery
new home as Booa as things, have
been oet straight which will be with
in the next few days, and get a
glimpse ot the inside of a model
newspaper plant.
A MINION CONFERENCE
QI lae paluda Baptist AssocIaUon,
First Baptist Church, Anderson.
Thursday, February 4.
AH pastors, members of tho execu
ive committee, members o' laymen's 1
committee, -Sunday ochool aupcriu*
tendents and one representative
member from each church are urged
to be preoent. Matters, ot vUal im
portance to each cheeeh pad of great.
Importance to the denomination at:
large will be coastdorod. The meet
ing will be called to order, at 10:301
and there will be a Morning and eg?t
ternoon session. Pastors and church?- J
es are especially urged to see to lt j
that thor* shalt be present at least I
one represent from each cbutcb. 1
EDWARD S. B EAVES, j
Chairman of Kx. rom, j
Tho ladlee of tho ; First Baptitt
church will serve dianer to the
church basement for the above occa
sion and the church extends k cot
i invitation to those Included In
OJO above call to be present and take
?Bnner with ua na our guests. ^0*B
who expect to be present aro earnest
w requested to send their names w
Mr. T. Guy Boolan, thc church gecre-?;
Ury. ;
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Nick Headache.
Sick headache ls nearly always;
caused by disorders of the e*ea?nen|
Correct them and the periodic attacks
of ale* headache wilt dlaapeaar. Mrs.
John Bishop of Roseville,. 0?k?.
writes: * About a year ago I wa*
troubled with indigestion and ban
Sick headache that lasted for two or
,,.,?? ** A tim* X rfociored tod
EU?CTR?G CIT
Jjten? of Intareat ead Peroiu
Wk*Woot!?St
******** ??*?** * * "4?
SPARKLES
libree'Cases lu
?JiMbtmiM'a. Court.
Although it wo* Mouday morning.
there were but three cooee disposed
ot yesterday before the recorder.
Frank Rutledge, an old offender, waa
found guilty of drunkenness and loud
swearing and eentencod to pay a fine
of *5 or eonre 10 days on tho gang.
Pete kee was found guilty of petit
larceny ant* sentenced to pay a fine
Of Ito or e > * 2t> days on the gang.
Lee atole a V tit, valued at tl.GO. from
another negro named Garland North.
The third and last case disposed of !
Was that against 8. J. Nesse, charged <
with drunkenness. The defendant-fail
ed to appear in-court and his bond
was declared forfeited.
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Cotton Soiling
-For 8 'M ?eats.
Cotton was. quoted yesterday on the
streets of Anderson at 8 1-4 cents or
rather this was the highest prlcn paid.
Very little of th8 staple woo offered
tor sale. It ls generally believed that
more cotton would be put'On the mar
ket-were the farmers who hare lt at
their' homes tn the country able to get
to ?own with it. If the present prices
held'- up and the roads dry out, it is
believed that much cotton will be of
fered for aale and that business' con
ditions generally will pick up.
.Hud So Deep Service
.Pipes Being Broken.
A South Main street resident stated
yesterday that the'mud had gotten
to be so deep arong thia thoroughfare
service plpeB connecting dwelling
houses with the water mains were be
ing broken by wagon wheels passing
over-them- Saturday, he stated, a/wa
$6n mired so deeply in tho street the
wheels struck and broke the water
service pipe causing a great loss or
?er, which served to make the thor,
ghfare all the more sloppy.
Lecture Tonight
WM Attract M^ny.
Indications aro that the auditorium
of tho Anderson College will be crowd
ed this evening when Dr. Russell BL i
Conwell delivers, his famous address,
"Acree of Diamonds." The event has
boon woll advertised by tho committee,
hut aside from that Dr. Conwell ls well
enough knowu to draw a large audi
ence wherever ?je may appear. Ho will
arrive lb. thc city this morning at 8:30
O'cIuC*.
Cotton Receipts
For'ifceHfear.
Receipts of cotton at tho platform
ot tao -Standard' Wa rehouse Company
"dey night last were 1*,-,
"fers Sur ?:;c; C?.? ?"??pOn?
?riod of the year previous were
182D6 bnlcs. a difference ot 8,8? In
favo? bf tho previous season.
Two Cases Were
- I^fore-Maglstrate. .
Two cases were before Magistrate
W. a Rroadwelt yesterday for his con* j
sld?ration. J. B., familiarly known as
"Gimlet." Derrimk was before tho |
court on charges of drunkenness and
disorderly conduct, the alleged offense
having taken place Sunday near the
Townsend Twine- Mill. The d?fendent
wits convicted and sentenced to pay
a fin,? of $10. A negro named Bunk
Black wa? before the recorder-for vio
lation of a labor contract. He was con
victed and sentenced to serve 80 days !
onjtbe^aiig;_.
? ? 0 e> e. ? ? 4> ?????.> w O
18 THE INDIAN THE ORIGI- ?I
NAL MAN? ?!
Philadelphia Ledger.
ey* ? ? ? * . ? e> o e> + ? .
. Cato Selle bo3 proved oitco mpr
that thew ia no satisfaction in th?; j
philosophy of negation. Ho has der]
dared, in his capacity aa commission'
?' of Indiuu affairs, that the Ameri
can Indian. ls not a Mongolian, but
ho has not told us what tho ' Indian
is. The mystery-ls as deep as ever, and
lt is doubtful if It will be solved to
the satisfaction of all ethnologists.
But tho most interesting and curious
feature ot the ^whole controversy is
the ,?Sort to prove that tho Ameri
can aborigine?-If the indians can be j
so describer;-came to thia continent 1
from some, other part ot the world,.
Thc- Mortgoltan theorlsta insist that
he crossed over from Siberia by way
of the Aleutian Islands or Bering
Strait. But there are others who
agree with Mr. Sells that the ladlan
IR not a cousin to the Chinese, and
insist that he came here Troca au
cie-.it Carthage? or from Egypt, and
crossed over the spaces *UoW covered
hy tho Atlantic Ocean whilo the fabled
CO?tinCTii ?? Av???tti? ?ha ?till fv??ng
Its mountain chains above tho sea,.
There afe Others who assert that the
.. n Greek and still others that
is or Welsh origin.'arid'there, is e
school or pseudo thanker* who wlfl!
argue "till the cowa come home" In'air
. .>?t to provo that the red men an
. ndants of thc- lost ten tribes
Th**? ethnologists ought to, be
iso. and then lacy would
hat ls doubtless the "Oof*
. ory^ Certain geologists de
clare thai.-tho .first land which emerg
.-? anlag water" of the
wot td are the Laurentian
-ged when
uttered in
ST SPARKLETS *
-- *
J Mention Caught Over th? *
feet? of Anderson *
f. * * * * * > ? ? ? ? ?A * ?
Inspected Plaut.
At Portman Shoals.
B. F. Taylor, electrical engineer ot
tho Southern Public UUHtlea com
pany',' and an engineer representing a
Kew York bond brokerage-firm, came
to Anderson last Saturday morning, as
waa announced previously in The In
telligencer that they would, and went
out to Portman Shoals, where they
made an inspection ot the plant. The
engineers returned to the etty that af
ternoon and left here Saturday night J
Thc Southern Public Utilities com
pany is planning to issue bonds and
the engineer representing the bond
brokerage timi . nude an * examination
of Ute plnnt In order that its valua
tion might be arrived at and the prop
erty listed with other property which
will be mortgaged to socure the loan.
Sherlf Ashley
ls In Columbia.
To attend a iheeeting of thc State
Sheriff's Association, in Columbia,
Sheriff Ashley has gone to the capi
tol city tor a short while. A meeting
ot this organisation waa called son.
#aya ago, but as so few of the me?me rs
were present lt waa decided to adjourn
and call (ho meeting later.
_--c
Kera Committee
rill Meet Today.
G. Holleman, president of the
jple's Bank of Anderson, and sec
retary of the State hunkers Associa
tion, goes to Columbia to:lay where ho
will attend a meeting of thc execuUve I
and the legislad vc. committees of the
organization. This Joint meeting of J
these comm?mes is held every year]
and while the Legislature ls In ses
sion. The place of holding the next an
nual meeting will be discussed and
probably a selection made. Propasad
legislation pertaining to banking in
the State will also bc considered by j
the committees.
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('Itv assessors
RBegin Their Tfork.
The city hoard of assessors, com
posed of Messrs. S. D. Brownlee, W. W.
Robinson and E. P. Vandlver. have
begun the task of going over, .tho tax
returns which have been made by cltL
sens of Anderson liable for tho same.
The time for making returns expired
last Saturday night Th0 returns will
?Ith snacked over lr' tho board in the
cptfrae ot the nc>. two weeks or so
and< turned back to the city clerk, who
will make up his tax book. This book
must be made up and verified before I
February 16, the date when payment
ot city taxes is in order. Thc time tor
payment of city taxes expired March j
15th.
Corrects Report as
. Vs 2*Sve*e? SSV?H.
Mr. l>. H? Russell, who ls on? of the j
beat posted men In thia section of the [
country on matters historical, stated
yesterday that be had read an Associ
ated Presa dispatch in the Sunday
morning papen which chronicled the
death In Baltimore of a man who was
a perfvonal friend of Abraham Lincoln
sad foreman of thc jury which convict
ed Jeff Davis of treason. The star* ment
about. Jeff Davie; ls Incorrect Mr.
Russell states, as Davis was never
brought to trial. "He was arrested at
Irvrnsvllle, Ge., and confined in fm,
military prison at Fortress Monja?
Va. His bond for $100,000 waa ?corjfl
by Horace Greely, Alexander McClure
and Garrott Smith. After Davis had
been in prison some two years he was
released, but the case against him was
never called," declared Mr. Russell.
-- -??" ?'.'" it i -
celt have tried to demonstrate^that
they aro llviug in the ancient. home
stead of the race, and that lt is the
American Indiana who migrated and
then forgot whence they rame. Until
some one proves to the Coyntrary, this
theory that America saw the birth or
,L? first man will do as well aa any.
aug Carloads Of
r Machinera) Skipped^
Charleston, Jan. '?'Jr.-Between 60
and 100 carloads of machinery for
tho Southern Railway company's coal
handling plant on the Cooper river
will arrive in Charleston within the
next week or ten aays according to
a statement made this morning by on
official of tho company herc. It
thought that the machinery has
ready been loaded on the ears In
Cleveland, O.. where lt was designed
and constructed especially fer tho
I local plant Rapid progress bas lately
?been made on the pier and trestle
! work which will connect' the pier with
tho maitland, it wak Stated today that
?ery Utile ?paco ii any, remained to
bo spanned by the trestle which ls
? l< hgthy structure ??tendtna from
back nf the Country Club golf links.
' Several fhodsand feet over marah* and
'water to the large Plw which ls be
inj? built on the edge of deep water
In thc Cooper >.<
The machinery which will he
shipped hero in several train load?
from Cleveland consists of the giant
car dumping and ?oad?nj; to*er units
.ch will be oneced o* tracks ex
tending along the pi<-r. Thl* ls saM
to be the most 'modern *uu plraotl
cebb* machinery of the times for. th*,
handling of great r?anntftlea of
ChaarberW* Ce*** Remedy-Th?
MeiWaTfnTMtta,
"I give Chamberlain's Cough
Imedr to my children when th.?*/, har
ir rniurhK-" writes Mrs. Vern
SUOOENLY YESTERDAY
AT THE HOSPITAL WHERE
HE HAD GONE SUNDAY
FOR TREATMENT
FUNERAL TODAY
Services WU1 Be Held at ?he
Home at 4:30-Interment at
Silver Brook.
Friends and acquaintances of Mr.
W..D. Slu?pson. 223 West Church
street were shocked and grieved to
learn of his death, which occurred
yesterday morning at 8:15 o'clock, at
tho Anderson County hospital, where
ho was taken Sunday morning tor
treatment.
. Mr. Simpson had been ill for only
a few days, and it was not thou3ht
that he was In any danger. His con
dition was satisfactory to the phy
sicslns Sunday, and early. Monday
morning he did not appear to be any
worse. He bad been conversing with
Hie nurses who were attending him
when suddenly he expired. 'his'im
mediate death being dun to heart fail
ure.
The funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at tho
residence, conducted by tho Rev. W.
H. Frazer. D. Di. pastor of tho First
Presbyterian church, or which Mr.
Simpson was a devoted and consist
ent member. Interment wilt bo in
Silver Brook cemetery. The follow
ing gentlement "wfll serve as pall
bearers: Active, D. 8. Cray, F.- ll.
Crayton, J. A Anderson. Willie Fant.
James Schumatc and Frank Farmer;
honorary. Rev. H. B. Fant, J .M.
Giles, T. W. Harrison, Dr. R. F. Dhr
ver; J. F. Cllnkscalea. John M. Hub
bard and William Laughlin. The
funeral arrangements are in charge
of G. F. Tolly & Son.
William David Simpson was tho
only child ot J. B. and ItPzabeth
Simpson. He waa born in the lower
section of the county, but early in Ufe .
removed to thlt. city, where ho. be
came engaged In the drug bUBtheaa
with his rather. They c abducted
their business in the stand nowi oc
cupied by the main branch of Evans
1 harmncy. . Some IS years ago ? MY*
Simpson's health became Impaired
and he retired from active business
and devoted his time to looking Sf ter
hts large personal property Inter
ests.
Mr. Simpson married Miss Lula
Norrias, daughter of the late Col.
Jesse Norrlsa, a prominent and gifted
attorney of thia s^tto? d?rJsS hts ?tife
time, :ru mern Were born one daugh
ter and four sons, who with . the
widow "survive ' Mr. Simpson. The
children ure: hire. Chester *WY Plant.
Leslie N., or this city; Joseph B. and
WV W, of New York, an4 :J**se W.; a
cadet ot Clemson College. All oieot
bers of the family but Joseph, W. W.
and Jesse W. were here when. their
father died. Tho last named came
home yesterday afternoon and tho
two wbp are In Now York aro expect
ed to arrive hore today. Aa Mr.
Simpson's death was entirely nnex
MBEfid, no members of the family
were ?t tho hospital when the end
cams
Mr. Simpson, was a devout Christian
and a quiet, modest and retiring gen-.
Haman. He was a aubstantlal busi
ness man and citizen and an Ideal
hir.baud and father. Hie death lu
mourned by a wide circle ot devoted
relatives and staunch friends and sd
mlryrs.
HEADACHE, COLDS
fT?sfi your liver and constipated
bowels to-night and
feel tine.
Get ? 10-ccnt box now.
Are you keeping your livor, stom
ach and bowels clean, pure and fresh
with Cascare ta-or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This ts
important.
Cascarets immediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the Soors, undigested
and fermenting rood and foul gases:
take thc excess bile from th* liver and
carry out of the system the coneti
oated waste metter and poison tn thc
bowels.
No Odds how sick, headachy, billons
land constipated you. feel, a Cascaret
tonight will straighten yon out by
morning. They work while you steen.
A 10-cent box from your druggist will
rkeep your head clear, sl?mash sweet
and your liver and bowels regnlsr for
month*. 'Don't forget the rit?dren
their little insides needs a- gentle
cleansing, too.
NATIOHAI 0?ABD 0???BJ.
^nattrRsE*1;-.
Capt. L. I*. Lipon. CO. a. First 8. C.
infantry. N. G. ?. C., haa received a
copy of general order Wo. e In which
Governor Richard I. Maawn^!?ota?
mander tn chief of ine militia forcea
of the'State, declared pall and V?hl
the VecaoT order issued cy ate then
Governor Bieaae disbanding tho state
militia. ' 'j- vi
Capt Llgoc also received order No.
ff. announcing th* feMowtog sug ot
th* comjaander In cli^.Jft*
rant general, Bri?. Geo. v?am W.
.Moore; military ts?tlW?ry, <xV. .Char
il H. C&heolese,

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