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VKlJNtiSI'AY, OCT. S,
Chasing a Thief.
Senator Lntiiner was ouu of a posse
?in pursuit of a thief Sunday afternoon
and .he was a foot. A telephone mes
sage in the afternoon from Belton car
ried Jailor S. J. Davis and Deputy
Allen Emmerson on the afternoon train
to the Senator's homo. Two blood
hounds had boen secured from the con
vict camp to take with them. Early
in the afternoon it was reported to the
Senator that a thief had entered an
outhouse on hi? premise?, stealing some
clothing, and he at once notified Sherill'
Green. When the deputies with their
dogs arrived tho Senator joined in tho
chnse and stayed to the finish. The
trail led across the railroad track hut
it was thought the thief intended to
come hack to the track lower down and
the track was followed for some dis
1 ince, tho dogs being held in check.
This proved to be the wrong move, and
after considerable "beating about" the
trail was struck in the pasture at Capt.
A. JJ. llird's home. Fora distance of
two miles the chase gave promise of be
ing lively; the dogs "opened" well for
a while but soon "got bothered." Tho
Senator sont for his horse und was
eager to continue the hunt, but it was
decided to abandon it.
Indications point conclusively to the
fact that this thief and our recent bicy
cle thief, who gave Policeman Davis
such a chase some time ago are one
and the same. He is now well known,
and the descriptions answer perfectly.
Since bis episode in this city he has
been operating from Williamston to
Belton, lie made several thefts from
?Lores in Williamston, entered two
dwellings between Williamston and
Belton, stole a mule Saturday morning
of last week in the Calhoun section,
turning it loose after riding it as far as
desired, has been chased by the consta
bles of Williamston and Belton, and
winds up Sunday with a posse and
?blood hounds after him headed by our
United States Senator. This is a slick
coon, and is becoming quite distiu
"Rev. J. L. Daniel will deliver a mis
-sionary sermon before the Ladies'
Missionary Society of the Baptist
Church next Sunday afternoon al 4
oV.ock. They cordially invite every
one to be present.
Dr. A. H. Moment will begin a se
ries of meetings in the Presbyterian
Church on Friday night before the 4th
Sunday. Services will be continued
tfor several days.
W. G. Hnckabee and wife went to
Abbeville Friday and returned yester
R. E. Moseley, of Anderson, spent
yesterday with his father's family.
Miss Ethe Boyd and mother, of Mt.
Carmel, are visiting Mrs. Othello Hes
Mr. Smith is spending a few days
with his kinsman, kev. Daniel.
Frank Cooley, from Kentucky, is in
town with relatives.
Ali a. Lem Reed aud children, of Iva,
spent Saturday in town.
Mrs. J. T. Bowman and Miss Mayme
visited relatives in Iva lust week.
Dr. J. L. Fennel, of Waterloo, spent
a few days of last week with his fath
er's family, Rev. H. C. Fennel.
B. Holm Allen left Saturday for
Washington to visit his son. Clement
Allen, who holds a responsible govern
Mrs. Sallie Parker, of Augusta, is
visiting the home of her brother, J. T.
Prof. H. TI Brooks spent Saturday
?and yesterday with relatives ia War
Ernest Johnston, of McCormick, vis
ited his parents the Hist of last week.
Mrs. Emily Bowman is spending
awhile with her daughter, Mrs. T. D.
Mrs. Bettie Richardson, of Hartwell,
.came this morning to visit Mrs. Hop
?..H? nm m*>
There have been heavy rains recent
ly, and the farmers are behind with
their cotton picking.
Mrs. C. S. Skelton and Arch Cochran
are ill with fever.
Miss Idelle Brooks, daughter of F.
M. Brooks, will attend school at La
Miss Mamie Arnold has accepted a
position at Anderson.
The Veterans of the Civil War have
completed the Roll for their Township.
The work of completing this Roll was
difficult but waa cheerfully done by
?the surviving Veterans.
Charlie Little and brother are doing
* efficient work with their traveling gin.
A-se ri es of sermons will be preached
. at Roberta Church from Nov. 10th to
the 15th. Rev. lt- G. McLeos, of
'Greenwood, will officiate.
t 'A. E. Barrett baa gone to accepta
.position elsewhere. Brer Rabbit.
Oct. 6. -
UM % Ml I I "I
Danger la Fail Golda.
'.Fall colds are liable to hang on all win
* ie*, 'leaving the seeds o? pneumonia,
t bronchitis -or consumption. Foley's
H'?n-v .and Tar cures quickly and pre
rvei ??..erlcus resalta. IC ls old and re*
i liable, tried and teated, safe and sar*,
remontai "o notates Mid will not consti
pate, Uva? itt Pharmacy.
Hang vnur tarn doors with Bangers
furnished by Snliivan Hardware Do. and
,700 wilt nVvnr oo troubled by having
The fall season seems to be near at
The schools tn tln.s Township opened
on tho ii*t inst.
There Beetnstobea general chang
ing of household and kitchen furniture
Mrs. Alice Anderson, after spending
the summer in this section with friends
and relatives, lian returned to her home
Mrs. Savannah Beard had the misfor
tune last week to fall and hurt her leg.
We hope she will soon be out again.
Frank Gillilaud and family, of
Greenville, are visiting Mrs. Gilliland's
father, Hartley Hall, who is seriously
Miss Lula McWhortor, of Level
Land, is again in charge of the ?Savan
J. Matt Cooley, of Greenville, is
spi'iiding a few days in this section.
Mrs. liosa Hanlin, of Lowndesville,
is spending a few days with her lather,
D. li. Hall.
W. 1'. Hell is again wearing a broad
smile. It's a girl.
Mrs. Malinda McAdams has returned
from a visit tu Atlanta andTallapooHa,
(Mir merchants are laying in their
fall and winter goods.
Our people want an election for
Magistrate and School Trustees in this
Township, and it is suggested that the
election be held on the day of the gen
eral election. Tho Democratic Club
committees of the Township should
arrange for the election. 1 armer.
Miss Luta Mahafi'ey and Clare Hunt,
two of our charming young ?iris, are
attending school at the Greenville Fe
male College this session.
Mrs. Alice Davis, of Seneca, visited
relatives at this place Saturday.
Mrs. J. 13. Felton, of Anderson, who
has been spending awhile at her fath
er's, J. C. opeares, has returned home.
Misses Katie Ovaline and Susie Sharp
I visit'.-? their uncle, J. W. Holloman, of
: Miss Etta Giles is visiting Dr. Giles,
Mrs. Morgan is spending awhile
' with friends and relatives at Harnes'
George Crenshaw, of l'elzer, is now
occupying A7rs. Bell Grant's residence
J. I). Compton has purchased S. G.
Bruce's lot ut this place und will move
hero in tho near future.
Kev. K.J. Williams, of Greenville,
was re-elected pastor of the Baptist
Church at this place,
i Horn, unto Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Led
better, a son.
i Mrs. W. E. Fant accompanied her
little boys, Joe and Louie, to Cedar
Springs Institute nt Spart an burg.
Mrs. L. M. Muhaffcy is spending
awhile with her parents at Hopewell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Habb visited re
latives at Laurens quite recently.
The prayer meeting at Corinth has
been changed from Wednesday night
to Friday night.
Kev. H. C Martin has been re-elect
ed pastor of Corinth Church for next
Prof. Henry Milford and M?SB Jennie
Griffin, of Helton, visited at 8. T.
Wyatt's the fourth Saturday and Sun
George Martin and Miss Jellie .Mar
tin, of Hopewell, visited in our com
munity last week.
Floyd Mattisnn is clerking for Elli
son & Bro. at Lae ley. Give him a call
when in town.
Miss Carrie Martin, of Hopewell, and
Miss Pauline Barton, of Townville,
spent a few days with Miss Marion
Pickons last week. Come again, girls,
you will always find a hearty wel
Miss Zadie Richey, of Pickens, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C.Mar
Hovy Smith, who has been confined
to his room, is able to be nut again.
Mrs. Welborn Pickens visited her
daughter, Mrs. George Laboon, in An
derson la?t week.
Everybody is busy picking cotton
and news is scarce.
Mrs. Margaret Jones, wife of Mr.
Leven Jones, died at her home in Pen
dleton Township on Friday, 20th of
Sept., 1902, at 0 o'clock. She had been
au invalid for twenty years, and had a
stroke ol' paralysis sixty hours before
she expired. She was born Deo. 14th,
1831. She was a consistent member of
the Baptist Church for over forty years.
She leaves a sorely bereaved husband,
six childreu-four girls and two boyp
-and thirty-eipbt grandchildren and
one great grandchild to mourn her
death. Her remains were interred nt
Prospect Church on Saturday, Sept.
27th. Kev. D. H. Hatcher conducted
the funeral services. She was Mrs.
Margaret Branyon before her marriage.
Mother, thou art gone and left us,
Here thy loss we deeply feel,
But'tis God who has bereft us.
He can all of oar sorrows heal.
J/rs. Kosa Green has returned home
from Greenville, where she spent a
few days visiting her husband.
Our little friend, Bascombe Mays, is
up from a severe case of fever.
Eugene Mitchell got his foot severe
ly hurt a few days ago on a mowing
Mrs. Hester Kay, of Six-and-Twen
ty, is spending awhile with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Nora McClelland.
Little Janie Campbell is able to sit
Mrs. Foster, and Lester Mitchell
spent Sunday in Denver. A Maiden.
m ? --
Do von contemplate doing any build
ink? 'If so, you should examine Sulli
van Hardware Co's, line of Builder's
Hardware. They have all the latest de
signs of Locks. H ilt?, Ac , and can fit
yuu up in a moat Bsttstaotory way.
W ANTED-District Managers for the
Pennsylvania Casualty Company of
sscrtjuton, Pa., writing all forma of lia
bility, elevator and plate g'ass insu raneo.
Will pay to the right agent extra oom
Bequest, Dudley & Mann,
14-0 Charlotte, N. C.
Chnros! Chorno! Churns! A lot of all
sizes of the celebrated Cylinder Churns
just received. Brook Hardware Co.
Do You Own a Nie? Blare ?
If no, don't fall to breed her to Nolcon
R. Green's fine oolt, DIAMOND DEB, Rag.
No. 85,785, now making the season for a
limited number of maren at R. B. Find
ley's Stables, McGee's old stand, Ander
son, S. C. TM beat bred Hone In the
WAGONS-We have a large stock on
hand that we want to ?isooae of at way
down prices. Vandiver Bro?. A Major,
COAL FOR 8ALB-Phone to J. J. Dob
bins' stable or coal yard.
WANTED-100 poonda choice, yellow
BUTTER. Most bo fresh and neatly
packed In pound moulds. Prefer deliv
ery first and middle of week*.
4t-Sept. 3 Dean ?Jt Ritllffe.
Merchants, Do You Handle Shoe??
Weare Helling agenta for J. K. Orr's
celebrated Advertised Red Beal Shoo?,
Hosten and Atlanta. This Line com
prises evervtbing from tho cheapest
Hrogan to the fluent band made goods.
Our men's King Bee to retail at 93.50 and
Ludion' (.?noon Bees to retail at $2 50 are
I the most elegant and best advertised
Hboes on the market. Every pair war
ranted. We ask merchants in need of
I Bhoes to call at our oflloe and inspect
I this Line.
WEBB <fc CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. P. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Purity In Flour ought to bo an impor
tant consideration in every family. In
making "Clifton" Flour, every grain of
wheat ls thoroughly cleaned before
grinding, and ia converted into Flour in
a hygienically clean modern mill. The
Flour ia purified, aerated and sifted
through delicate silk clothe before it ia
Backed. Absolute parity la thus assur
Pure Flonr really doee not ooat any
more than Floor that is not strictly pure.
"Clifton" Flonr ls guaranteed strictly
pure wheat Flour and is sold at a reas
onable price. 4 Clifton" has no rival.
There is no better Flour sold at any
RranaforrA Milla. Owenaboro. Kv.
GLOBE STORE. I
" Cbeaper in ali ?r Stores Mi for ile GM Ot."
READ BELOW :
To the woman who receives the greatest number of votes
by the first day of January we will give free of charge a
handsome 112 Piece Fine Dinner Set. The conditions are as
One vote with every 10c. purchase. Any woman who
lives on a farm and who is married, or has been married, may
become a candidate after receiving one vote. Every vote
must be cast wh"?n the purchase is made or it will not be
counted. Every morning we will post in our show window
the names of the three women having the largest number of
Remember, you are entitled to one vote for every J Oe
Come and see this beautiful Dinner Set to be presented
free of charge.
THE GLOBE STORE.
D. S. VAN DIVER. E. P. VANDIVER.
ANDERSON, S. C., October 8,1902.
We pro nose pulling trade our way thia Fall, and have made prices on
good, reliable, honest Goods that will certainly bring it.
We have the strongest line of Men's, Women's and Children's SHOES
we have ever shown, and have them marked down so low that every pair is a
great value. We have another big lot of Sample Shoes that we throw on
the market at factory prices. Come quick while we have your aise.
We are money-savers on GROCERIES. Best Patent Flour 84.50 per
barrel. Best Half Patent Flour 94.00. Extra Good Flour S3.75.
COFFEE, SUGAR.. LARD, BACON, BRAN, CORN and OATS
always in ?tock, just a little cheaper than the market prices.
We ar J strictly in for business and want your trade. Try us and you
will stick to us. Your truly,
It Pays to Buy the Best.
WE are offering for sale Fertilikjra and Acid Phosphates
manufactured expressly for GRAIN. They are finely ground
and perfectly assimilated, and hence will give better results in
the field than Fertilisers unevenly ground and imperfectly mix
ed. We desire that buyers will particularly notice the CON
DITION ot our Goods. They are all carefully milled and
screened before shipment.
Ten acres of properly prepared and fertilised land will give
better return for your labor thr..n four times the quantity of
scantily fertilized and poorly prepared land.
Our Goods ate right.
Our Prices are right.
Our terms are right.
TO MAKE THIS OCTOBER THE
Biggest Month in the Histo
ry of this Store,
We have gathered together the Best line of
e could find in
this Broad Land.
AU the brains and energy within the walls of this Store will be exerted to the utmost
limit to realize our ambition. Thus far we have never recorded aa laige sales in October be*
fore, and have never sold Goods with as much ease. That is no surprise, for the great aggre
gation of practical Merchandise and economical prices put on them is bound to find favor at
the hands of this intelligent, wide-awake community. We believe that we will fully realize
our expectations with an unusually large distributio: ?f Merchandise. We are the ac?
knowledged Dry Goods Leaders. Greatest Stock of Dry Goods is shown here that you will
find anywhere Bin your reach. Everything is selected with a view to the quality and
adaptability for this section. All the style in the cheapest article to the finest fabrics that
money can put in it for the price. We not only handle Dry Goods largely but carry a great
lino of well-selected, good, reliable all-leather
Suitable for all ages and all classes. It is not a question of what we like, but we feel that
we are compelled to sell an enormous quantity of Shoes, consequently we don't think we
have ever offered better values. Men's heavy working Shoes from 85o. to $1.75. Children's
heavy, every-day Shoes 50c. to $1.00. Women's heavy Shoes 75c. to $1.00. Men's Dress
Shoes for $1.00, $1.50, $2.50, and the greatest Shoe for $3.50 known to us. Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Fine Shoes from the very best manufacturers. The celebrated line of Drew
Selby's Fine Shoes. Best wearers, greatest style and most dependable all around Ladies'
Fine Shoes on the market. This line rangos in price from $2.00 to $3.00 per pair.
This great department is a regular bee hive in the work-room as well as the show-room.
We don't feel that we can say too much in praise of the Millinery we are showing. Then
we are satisfied that we show the best and most stylish Millinery for the least money. We
are determined that this department shall come in for its big share of increase. It's your
opportunity to share in the beautiful HATS that we will turn loose.
In Clothing, Gents' Furnishings i Men's Hats
We expect to turn out a greater quantity by the first of November than we usually do in the
entire Fail season. We have never put harder work on any line than we have put on the
Men's Department this. Fall. Our Clothing, Hats and Furnishings are^ought from the best
manufacturers. They are as reliable as can be found. Selected ?with rare taste and judge
ment, the trade will be handled with an unusual degree of intelligence. The motive of
every transaction will be to have you call again
We would like for you to see what $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $15.00 will buy. Tour dollar
will represent good values in every line in this department.
We would Uko to say more but can't in this space, but will ask thatjyou read every liae
of this ad. carefully, and will then ask that you go back and read between the lines.
It is no more to your interert than to ours that you always have the best that money
can buys Th? customer's interest is our interest. When he goes away with perfect satis
faction that means that he will make this his trading place.
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Let us have your help, and we will do together a great business this Fall.