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WE STRIVE TO HAVE
The Correct Thing,
In the Correct Style,
At the Correct Price.
We are showing
Beautiful Novelties in Ladies' Neckwear.
An exquisite line of
Suitable for all purposes.
In great variety. v
.4. most varied line of
Corsets for Spring and Sun .mer.
R. & G. and Thompson's Glove Pitting Corsets, and the
Ferris Good Sense Waist,
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
Excellent styles and values in
Dropped Stitched, Open Work and Lace Effects.
Are in great demand. *
Beautiful Silks at 50c. per yard.
We do all we can to supply the people with one yard
wide Black Taffeta at 90c. per yard. They know and appre
ciate a good thing.
Our Woolen Dress Goods Stock
Our Black Dress Goods
. Are trade builders.
Our Mourning Goods ^
Are correct in every way.
We have attractive"^
Ready-to-Wear Waists and Skirts.
Our Summer Shoes and Oxfords
For men, women and children are the desirable kind.
We have never carried a more complete line of
Come and see, or send us your orders, or write for samples.
PRICE AND ?UAITY GUARANTEED.
Whol?sale and Retail Sealers in
WEDNESDAY, APR?tTlC, 1932.'
Sheriff Green is nov.* after the '>!in
Supervisor Vnndivcr advertieos a
bridge to bo rebuilt.
AU tho indications now are that wo
will have a great fruit crop.
Mrs. J. L. Arnold, Jr., of Athene.
Ga., is visiting relatives in this city.
Farmers who have to buy meat and
corn this year have *a "liard row to
Dr. W. A. Sanders and wife, of
ur cen ville, are in Anderson visiting
B. T. J nynes, Esq., and Sheriff Moss,
of Walhalla, spent a few honro in tho
A large crowd of Andersonians left
here yesterday for Charleston to attend
John J. Mott ison, of Honea Path, has
accepted the position of bookkeeper for
Hall Bros., in this city.
Onr young townsman, E. P. Vandi
vor, has moved into his handsome new
residence on North Mc Du fl io street.
Onr clever townsman, L. P. Smith, ie
arranging to run an excursion to At
lanta tho latter part of next month.
. W. H. Geer, the genial representa
tive of the Columbia State, was in thc
city yesterday and gave ns a pleasant
It is now a good time to visit thi
Exposition. Charleston is at its bes
and tho Exposition is very fine. An
Dr. W. J. Smith left tho city yoster
day for Charleston, where he has ac
cepted the position of house surgeon ii
the city hospital.
. Married, on Wednesday,' April C
1002, by Kev. J. W. Bailoy, Mr. E. T
Davis and Miss Olivia Moore, both o
S.C. Humphreys, of Peacock, Fla
arrived in Anderson Monday and is i
the country visiting his parents, bot
! of whom are sick..
The oat crop has made great i mpro vc
ment in some sections. The prospect
of high priced corn this Summer at
made less alarming.
We have had some fine Spring went!
er the past week and tho farmers ha\
token advantage of. it to rush delay t
Capt. J. C. Boyd, of Greenville,'wi
is a candidate for Adjutant and l'nspe<
tor General, spent yesterday in. tl
city and gave us a call.
The Standard Oil Company has r
fused to pay license tax io this cit;
afid tho municipal nut non* KM will a
tempt io force it to pay.
Miss Josie Cl ink PC: J-, >s, of Lownde
ville, and Mrs. J. D. Sullivan, of La
rons, are in tho city visiting their si
ter, Mrs. H. G. John BOH.
Tho game of baseball between tl
Furman University team and the A
derson team last Friday resulted io
score of 3 to 2 in favor of Fnrman.
We regret to learn that our vener
ble friend, Mr. George Campbell,
Bock Mills Town sh? t. is seriously il
It is feared that his i lncss will pio
Mrs. J. D. Chapman, Miss Minn
Wilson and Miss Myra Belle Fant f
tended the State Convention of t
King's Daughters in Charleston li
Mississippi has followed Sonth Cai
lina in selecting her United Stal
Senators by the primary system. Th
practically means their election by t
Very little interest is being taken
Solitics in this County yet, and ct
idates for the legislature and Com
ofiices are slow in making their wisl
S. M. Johnson, formerly of Andi
son, bnt now living at Knnsas Ci
Kansas, arrived in the city last wees
spend a few days with his sister, M
J.E. Brea', eal e.
Chiquola Lodge, Knights of Py tin
will meet to-morrow evening. 1
first and third ranks will be conferr
and evory member who can possibly
so is urged to attend.
A. W. Adams and family, who hi
been living in Hartwell, Ga., for sc
eral years, have moved back to And
son. They are warmly welcomed
their many old friends.
Bev. H. B. Murchison will prei
next Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock
Flat Bock Chnrch. In the future
will preach there regularly every tb
Sunday afternoon at the same honr.
The County Commissioners have i
tended tho time for the payment of
commutation road tax of $1 nntil i
1st, and they urge all persons v
are liable to road duty to pay the ta
The shirtwaist young man is hav
his wardrobe prepared. We have
objection to the shirtwaist man as i
as he is vonna and Blender, but
dogs ought to be set upon an old sh
Mr. andMrsB. O. Branyon haveiss
invitations to tho marriage of t
daughter, Miss Rosa Mae, to Ja
Clyde Green, on Tuesday morn
April 20th, at 10 o'clock, at their h
in Honea Path.
J. Wt Teasley, of Iva, S. C., ci
over Sunday to see his sick daugl
Miss Sumpie, who was taken ill c
denly Saturday night. He was ace
?aniefl by his daughter, Miss Leil
[artwell (Ga.) Sun.
Mr. James Wilson, who went
Seven Oaks, Fla., a few months ag*
make his home with his youngest
Mr. J. K. Wili?-,n, returned to Am
son last week, and says he . has c
back to his old home to stay.
As we expected cotton is on the :
bnt we hope orr farmers will not a
themselves to bo fooled into planti
big crop of cotton at the expense
provision crop. The way to keep pi
np is to plant an average crop of
ton only and make plenty of nog
Bev. H. C. Fennel will pre ac
Varennes Church next Saturday m
lng at tho usual hour for holding
vices.nnd at the conclusion of the
mon the Sacrament of tho Lord's 1
per will be administered. The fri
of the congregation are invited t
tend the services.
The Sonth Carolina Presbytery
voned in Abbeville last Friday am
?ourned on Monday, and the sei
was a most interesting one. Be
J. Cartledge, of this city, was eic
Moderator. The Presbytery will:
io its fall session with Bichlin d Chi
In Oconee County.
The new advertisement of Hall I
on this page should be read care!
They, have in store one of the la
stocks of spring and summer clot
gents' furnishing goods, shoes,
etc., formen and boys, they have
shown in this city. They want y
cali and inspect their goods an
Miss Minnie Fields died at her '.
In Broadway Township lait Stn
\iter a brief illness, aged 25 years
was a daughter of Porter 8. F
ind was highly esteemed by a
circle of friends. On Monday th
mains were buried in the Mt. E
Churchyard? Bev. O. J. Copeland
iucting the f nneral services.
I Already steps, aro being taken to
[ secure funds for tho erection of a
I handsome monument to the memory of
tho lamented Hampton. Wo know
I Anderson County will contribute her
I share of tho amount needed for its
I erection, and wc suggest that the
Daughters and Sous of thia city ar
range for a mooting at au early dato
and take the matter up at once.
Information was received hero lost
I week that Kev. Wilton lt. Kaile, of
Aspen, Colorado, whose health has
i been precarious for several months,
j will haye io undergo a second surgical
( operation, ?ud he is now at St. Luke's
hospital in Denver for that purpose.
The many friends of Mr. Earle in this
his nativo County will join us in wish
ing him a speedy restoration to health,
j The Robert E. Leo Chapter. U. D. C.,
have placed a glass case in tho Super
visors office in tho Court House for the
reception of Confederate relics. The I
ladies want aa many relics as thoy can
get, and they ask every person in tho
bounty to assist them in securing a
large collection. Later on they hope
to have a room opened in the city as a
Confederate museum, where tho relics
will bo placed and viewed by all who
desire to visit it.
I "Mr. B. F. McMurtry and Miss Rosa
Welborne, daughter of Mr. C. A.
? Welborne, in earvin Township, were
united in marriage nt the home of the
bride at 0 p. m. the 8th instant,by Rev.
W. B. Hawkins. Many friends were
present by invitation to witness the
I ceremony, after which a sumptuous
? supper was served. The. occasion was
t bright and sparkling with happiness,
and the young couple haw. the good
wishes of all.
Tho Confederate Veterans and theil
friends who aTe going to tho Beuniou
at Dallas. Texan, will leave here ia
their special through cars via Seueef
yjiaxt Friday morning nt 10 o'clock
There will be about one hundred ladiei
and gentlemen in tho party, and thej
will reach Dallas early Sunday morn
ing. In order to avoid the rush Fridai
morning K. T. Thornton, tho cleve
ticket agent at the Blue Bidgo Rail
road, will mako out tickets for all whi
will call on him on Thursday.
Allon W. Clement, a leading citizen
well-to-do farmer and merchant, die
last Thursday morning nt ll o'clock a
his home near Irby, in Laurens Couutj
The deceased married a Miss Lark, ?
Laurens County, nnd removed froi
Williamston to that County abon
eight years ago. He was an houornbl
and upright citizen and Christian eec
tleman. Tho remains were brought t
Willinmston and interred in the Bi
Creek Baptist Churchyard on tho dil
following his death. His widow au
one child, a 0-year-old daughter, su;
An attempt was made to blow opt
tho postoillco sate in tho store of S. j
Horton, tho postmaster at Belton, la
i Thursday night. Tho handle of tl
door was wrenched oil' and nitroglye
rine inserted in tho cavity. From a]
pearances the work was that of profe
sional safe blowers, who it is beliov?
were frightened ofFbytho continuo
barking of a dog in t he yard of W. 1
Stringer, whose residence is near tl
rear end of tho storeroom. Agouti
man, who was sleeping in Mr. S tri
?er's house, was aroused from Iiis b
y tho barking of tho dog, got up ai
went out, but, seeing nothing or n
body, called tho dog and went hack
his room. There is no ciao OB to t
identity of tho burglars.
We are informed that the organte
tio.'i of a Land Development and Rn
id Transit Company is being favofat
considered by several leading busim
men. Land development will bo t
basis of the aims and purposes of t
movement,namely to advertise abroi
inviting home-seekers and would
investors from other sections of t
United States, who are inspired wi
confidence in the industrial devele
menta in this section, and can b( f
cured, if the proper means are us*
The rapid transit feature will, on 1
other hand, make it possible to prac
cally carry out the objeot aimed
namely, converting vacant lots and i
ioining farms into beautiful, inipro\
l'ornes. The movement, it scei
should work here as well as it has
other sections of our country.
Joseph J. Fretwcll, ono of the st
wart business men of Anderson, S. >
was in Hartwell Tuesday, and gave
old friend in The Sun office a call. T
was Mr. Fretwell's first visit to <
growing city, and he voiced his admi
tion enthusiastically. He didn't
he came here on business, but ther<
always more in Joe's head than d
drufl. He is one of the progrese
young men that took hold ol the rc
when Anderson was a sleepy village i
made her what she now is-them
Eregressive city in upper Carolina,
as unbounded faith in the fut
greatness of Anderson. Joe kinder
minds us of a fellow who came fi
there who said that when he died if
couldn't quite make heaven that
would strike a bee lino for the r
best place-Anderson.-Hartwell ((
Last Sunday afternoon a teleg
brought the sad news to Andersoi
the death of Bev. Wilton B. Ea
which occurred that morning at ?
ver, Col., where he had gone to hw
surgical operation performed. He '.
hgen in feeble health for sev
months, and, being very weak w
carried to the hospital, he died be:
the operation could be performed,
deceased was a son of the Into Elia
Earle, was born and reared in
County and was about 85 years of
He taught Behool in this County
several years and then spent tl
years at .Furman University. A
completing his course at the Uni
suy no attended the Southern Ba]
Theological Seminary, Louisville, .
from which institution bowns gn
nted. About four years ago ho ncc
ed a call to the pastorate of the Bn]
Church at Aspen, Col., where he
ever since made his home. Last sn
he married a Miss Xe!borland,
Toccoa, Ga., and came to his old h
in this County and spent a few w>
with relatives. When he returne?
his distant witera homo his si
Miss Bettie Earle, of this County,
companied him and was with him v
he died. Mri Earle was a highly
telligent young man and very eat
and conscientious in his work,
leaves many relatives and friend
this County to cherish his men
His remains were bnried at Aspen.
Jobbers prices on "Scbapps," "I
Bird" and "Bluo Jay" Tobaccos. 1
est price? on Plonr, Coffee, Corn, Bi
and b ea vy Groceries. Van di ver Br
To be sn re of a good crop of cotton
?honld take no chances when ba
a Cotton Planter. Too run no rUk
the genuine old Brook,? or Dow
Planters sold by Balli van Hdw. Co.
sase of operation and superiority lt
sign and construction of these Pla
pleco tbem above comparison with
others on the market.
The prices st which Sullivan Hdw
will sell Hoes this sesson csnnot fi
please all farer ors. This firm has re
sd nine bundrod dozen Hoes, bc
with spot cash when the market w
Its lowest ebb. These Hoes bav?
carefully selected with great regar
the quality of steel In the blades
H hanks, and of the wood In the har
Tho new "Hand-Forged" Hoe, ft
(rom solid steel, cannot f>U to .appe
avery farmer. Hoes of every stylo
?factored are offered by Sullivan )
Co., who aro anxious to sell yon
On Sunday morning, Otli inst., this
community was shocked by tho an
nouncement pf tho death or John il.
Clinkscules, tho 12-ycar-old son of tho
Int?. J. A. Cliukscnles und Mrs. H. O.
BOM oil. lie had been ?ick about two
weeks with a disenso ot tin* throat.
John was a blight boy and to kuow
lum was to love him. While homo
will be so nad without having John's
voice and footsteps and Bceiug his
smiles, they can think of another irena
ure in Heaven, and try to meet him
and other loved ones gono before. Six
of his little 6choolmntes boro his tjody
to tho grave. They were Sloan Pallis
ter, Bonnie Strickland. Floyd Wright,
Recd Banister, Hoyt Wright and Claud
Thomas. The little school gills car
ried tho mauy Howers with which the
grave was beautifully decorated. Tho
services were conducted by Rev. X. C.
Wright at thia place. Tho bereaved
family have tho sympathy of all their
friends in this time of trouble.
Wo have just learned of tho death of
Mrs. Laura McCoy, who died at tho
home of Mr. James Elgin last night.
Her remains will be brought to Beth
any this (Tuesday) afternoon for inter
ment. Rev. N. G. Wright will conduct
the funeral services.
Quite a large crowd attended servi
ces at Mt. Bethel yesterday and heard
an excellent sermon by tho pastor,
Rev. O. J. Copeland. B. W.
Belton mourns ?ho loss of ono of her
oldost and best citizens in the death of
Maj. G. W. Cox, which occurred at his
homo Sunday morning at 7 o'clock.
Funeral services were conducted Moo
day morning by Rev. \V. T. Tato at
tho First Baptist Church, of which tho
deceased had long been a member.
J. Iv. Brcazcalo has purchased tho
Baptist parsonage and will remove
thereto in tho near future, lt is re
ported that tho Church will erect an
other parsonage at once.
H. L. Tollisou is erecting a handsome
and commodious dwelling in the north
ern part of town.
Contractor J. W. Caglc, of Green-1
ville, S. C., is hero and has begun work
on the extension to the Belton cotton
mill, which will bo pushed to comple
tion in order to bo ready for this year's
crop of cotton.
Ed. lt. Cox nud Mrs W. J.
Moorehead, of Darlington, S. C.,
aro here, having been summoned
by tho serious illness of their father,
D. W. H. Curry and C. L. Holtzclaw,
. of tho mill town, aro reported as being
right sick. C.
A Former Citizen of Anderson County In
vites his Friends to Visit Texas.
Sherman, Tex., April 5, 11)02.
To the Confederate. Veterans and my
friends of Anderson County:
The great State of Texas and the
city of Dallas, Tex., aro preparing to
give one cf the grandest entertain
ments perhaps that hap ever been given
to the Confederate Veterans in the his
tory of the United States, and to one
[ and all of the Veterans and my friends
of Anderson County I extend to you a
most hearty welcome to this grand re
union, as it will possibly be the cheap
est rates ever given you the opportuni
ty ot visiting Texas-the Eden of the
I earth. If permitted to live I Bhull be
more than delighted to meet any and
many Confederate Veterans on that
occasion. Wishing each and everyone
a very pleasant trip and a safe return,
I am, Very truly,.
D. S. White.
Ko Man Better Fitted for thc Place.
Capt. J. M. Patrick, of Anderson,
hos been announced as a candidate for
Adjutant and Inspector General. We
know no man in the State better fitted
for the place, nor one more deserving.
Capt. Patrick is a son of the late Col.
John B. Patrick, and is a graduate of
Forman University of the class of 1883.
Since leaving college he has been con
tinuously connected with the militia of
the State. Ho taught in the Patrick
Military Institute up to the time of his
father's death, and since that time has
been at the head- of the military com
pany at Anderson. We would indeed
DO pleased to Bee Coonee give him a
solid vote.-Keoweo Courier.
Capt. J. M. Patrick, of Anderson,
has been announced as a candidate for
Adjutant and Inspector General. Capt.
Patrick is a son of the late Col. John B.
Patrick, and is a graduate of Furman
University of the class of 1883. Since
leaving college he has been continu
ously connected with the militia
of the State. He taught in tho Patrick
Military Institute up to the time of
his father's death, and since that timo
he has been at the head of the military
company at Anderson.-Greenville
''Clifton Flour Customers.
The customers we wunt sr? thoso who
require the highest possible quality.
Momo of our best oustomeis aro of this
CIHBH. They have eome to stay. There
is not much satisfaction in gaining as a
customer a man for whom anything is
good enough. We UKO tho critical kind.
They appreciate "Cliiton" Flour. We
invito tn? most careful investigation. We
want you to compare "Cliiton" Flour
with tho best of other brands. People
who do this choose "Clifton" and stick
to it. "Clifton" Flour customers are
We otter this weok hundreds of palra
of Sam plo Shoes at prices to please. Come
quick while we have your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too cheap to quote.
Buy your Poultry Netting from SulII*
VAU Hdw. Co.
The wiso Merchants of North PU*
South Carolina are giving us business,
because they aee at a glance that bnylng
from the Mjails and Factories they save
the Jobbs?re or Middle Man's profits.
Merchsms, we ask you who have never
seen our lines of Hosiery, Pants, Cloth
ing, Shoes and Hats drop us a card and
let one of our Salesmen call. Yon will
see at a glance lt is to your interest to be
numbered among our grow-Jg list of
customers. We sell only to Merchants.
Wishing yon a prosp?rons New Year
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, 8. 0.
If yon want a set of Knives and Forks
for Christmas don't fail io inspect the
line carried by Brook Hdw. Co. They
study to please their customers, and their
large sales in thia line la evidenoe of their
thoron Rh knowledge of what will best
meet the requirements of their patrons.
It is against our
Talk Cheapness 1
Wo do not mean by this that wo aro high priced, boca-iso
everybody who deals wich us knows that we are not. What
we mean is this : -wo buy the Best Goods we can get for tho
least money that wo cnn buy them for, and we sell them at
the Lowest Prico that such Goods can bo sold.
Wo even go a stop farther. We are operating two Stores,
and wo buy our goods for these two Stores in large quantities
for tho Cash. In that way wo got all tho advantages that a
big buyer always does get, and we have ono advantage that
the average big buyer does not have-wo have two outlets
for our purchasing. This enables us to carry
The Most Complete Line
HATS and CAPS,
That is carried by any Store in the country in a city the size
of Anderson. It enables us to get the best class of goods for
the least money. This is particularly true with our line of
We have just received the latest styles of that renowned
Clothing for Boys
THE MRS. JANE HOPKINS STAR MAKE.
Our long experience in the Clothing line has demonstra
ted that much invisible merit is possible in Clothing. We
insist on having that sort. Will-o-?the-wisp attractions
may draw you elsewhere, (unless you have tried our Store
before;, but don't be deceived into empty bargains when buy
To See is to Buy !
For the best values in all things for man or boy are shown
here. Let time and wear be your test ; we're sure then of
your future patronage.
ANDERSON, 8. C,
HALL & ANDERSON,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.