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OUR STOCK MOW COMPLETE !
All recent purchases, with Very few exceptions.
We Wv? Lansdowne, Batiste,
Etamines, Mistral, in plain and Bourette effects,
FROM 50c; up to $3.00 PER YARD.
We haye many things
Our Muslin Underwear cannot be excelled.
The newest styles and neatest patterns.
Exceptional values at 14.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
In our Milto
We are showing
The equal of any on the market. We will not have a formal
Opening, but the Ladies are invited to call at,their pleasure
and see our Pattern?. '
We have a nplendid line of STBEET and BEABY-T0
In getting up your SPRING COSTUME he sure to in
spect our Stock.
OUR STOCK O*
IS now complete, including
Fashionable Spring Suits for
Men and Boys.
The latent fashion features
in well tailored garments will
be found in our retook, and at
every price we quote you may
be perfectly sure that ?rou will
get the greatest amount of
goodness infabrie and making
and the.'most perfei5t?ntting
.garments that it is possible to
?p5.0?, $7.j5?, $10.G0|i
OUR SPRING HATS
.are duplicates ov.*he fashionable high?priced Hatters'blocks,
but wo save you uom 50c. to $2.00, and we guarantee quality |
to bo the highest possible at each price.
OUR SPRING NECKW
Ia the result of expert workmanship* from the weaving of the
silks to'th? shaping of tho Cravats, andi we offer you more
value in our 50c. line than you can find anywhere oise,
Ott mt? is filled with:
nch Clothing for fei&ana.?tt^jijjgr?.for play, school or dross
occasion vt^o?i;^i;ja|g^-?.::1?g:' saving of money to
Parents and guardians.'
THE ONE P?iCE CLOTHIBR?.
WlfiDNEbi>AY, MABCH 25. 1908.
THE ?Q?TOir KABXBT.
There ia great demand in the city for
Mrs. B. L. Smith, ot McCormick, ls
iu the city visiting relatives.
? Tho small grain croea are looking
extra?as foretime w year.
The woods are very pretty now with
the treen and mowers ia bloom.
The measles and mumps are preva
lent m some sections of tho County.
March seems to have lost her bel
lows. She hasn't rando a real blow
;Kias Hattie Fant of Anderson, ia
vm?ng ?u*s jyslla Moseley at the Cen
tral Hotel.-Greenwood Journal.
. H. 21. Beeves, recently of Belton,
has gone to Chattanooga, Tenn.,
where he has accepted a situation.
Walter H. Goer, the popular * repre
sentative of the Columbia State, spent
Monday in the city.
. J. C. Smith, ot Greenville, baa been
spending a few days in the city with
friends and relatives.
Our young friend, Eugene Tribble,
spent a few dave visiting relatives last
week at Elberton, Ga.
"Rey. O. I*. J/wtin will preach nt
Hopewell Church rest Sunday morn
ing at ll o'clock.
Only one more week ^remaining dur
ing which it will be lawful to kill par
tridges and other birds.
Mr. and lira. Gilbert Smith, of At
lanta. Ga., have been spending a few
days in the city aa the guests of C. A.
Capt. W. A. Hud gena and wife, of
Honea Path, have been spending a few
days in the city visiting f n onda and
Mr. Fr-m or Burton, of L avon in, Ga.,
is spending a few dava in the city vis
iting his daughter, Mrs. Toomba, and
- Mrs. Annie Bachman Buasell, of
Autun, Anderson County, ia visiting
kev brother. ?S. B. Aull, at Jalapa -
Farmers can't "make bay" while the
sun shines" at this season of the year,
but they are hustling just the same,
preparing for another crop. .
Bev. Bl H. Burri"0 recent!""of Bod
kin, Va., has arrived at Piedsont and '
entered upon his work as pastor of the
Baptist Church there.
MTS. Boy A. Smothers, accompanied
by her little daughter, of Ann Arbor,
Michigan, is Un the city visiting her
parents, Judge and Mrs. B. Y. H.
On and after April 1st the Anderson
Rifles will have their armory on the
third floor of the Peoples Bank Build
ing, in the spacious hall recently occu
pied by the Electric City Club.
-Siarried, on Sunday evening. March
22,1908, at the home of F. W. Vaughn,
in Belton, by Bev. W. T. Tate, Mr. B.
Pari sr Bobinson and Miss Maggie
Cheshire, both of Anderson county.
J. B. Cox, of Honea Path, who has !
been quite sick with fever for several
wecke, has recovered we ore glad to
Bay. He was in the city a few days
ago and gav? us an appreciated call.
Ber. John T. Mann will preach at !
Barker's Creek Church, inHpnea Path
Township, next Sund?jr, 23iu inst., at
8.80 o'clock p. m. The friends of the
; congregation are cordially invited to
attend the services.
We have not heard from some of
County correspondents in a good while.
We would be more than pleased if they
would remember uo occasionally and
give ns the newa from their respective
? few days ago Walter Eskew, Fred
Finley, Jas. Kay, Jae. Bitten and Ed-i
wr.-d Smith, poe ular and worthy young
ny?nof this County, left for Caluea,
California, where they, contemplate
locating. We join their many men da
in wishing them muck, success in their
Percy, the infant son of Mrs. Alice !
Robinson, died at the home of his
mother in this city Inst Wednesday,
aged six months. The little one was
siek only a few days. On Thursday
afternoon the remains were interred
in Silver BrookCemetei Bev. M. H. !
? Hally conducting the funeral services.
. George N. Wyatt, who lives in the
Fairview section of Anderson County,
brought to tho Progress of?lce last week
something unusual in the pea-line.
There wore a cluster of six pods in one
bunch on a small stem, and in all the
pods contained about 00 peas. The
variety Of the pea is the "Unknown."
Miss May Hutchison, one of the most j
charming and beautiful belles of An
derron, came over last Saturday and !
spent several days .with Miss Louie?*
Simpson. While in the city Miss May I
met a number of her former friends i
fand classmates, all of whom were de-.
lighted to seo her baok among them.- |
Wiliiamston News. March 20.
William Talbert, a conductor on the j
C. & W. C. B. B., met with a painful
accident Monday afternoon while
shifting cara nt tho freight depot in,
this city. He waa. knocked off tho car1
while the train was moving, and, fall- i
ihg on bia arm, broke both bones near
the wrist. He was given prompt at
tention and was doing as well aa poa-,
eible yesterday. - j
President Brown, of the J? merson
. Phosphate . and Oil Compau, .' an
nounces that his Company will uhortly
begin tba erection of a mill for the
manufacture of cotton batting, co&rso
twine and roping. The plant will be
located at the Anderson Oil Mfll, oppo
site the Union Depot, and wui coat
about $40,000. The mill will consumo |
the linters produced ot the various oil
milla owned.'in,twa section b> the
Doaapany and will also use aU the low
nade cotton brought to this market,
rt ia intended to have the plant ready
for work by next fall.
I The Walker MoElmoylo school baa
enrolled a? thia session 185 pupils, ne
ceaaitating three teachers. Thia ls a
County line school. About fifteen
years ago Mrs. Walkar donated ?20
acres of land to a Board ot Trust?es for
the education of the children of ,the
community. The Trustees have clear
plied to running thia school. The
school is run about 7 mouths - free of
cost to tho patrons.-Picken s Journal.
?fouioof us aro fearing that tho cold
weather haa not bid us a final adieu
Misses Helen Fant and Eloise Strcthr
er, of Walhalla, are visiting friends
and relatives in the city.
Mrs. L. Jf. Soper, of Spartanbnrg,
is in the city vieitmg the family of her
uncle, O. Frank Mauldic. .
Mrs. W. P. Reid and daughter, of
Seneca? save been spending a few
days in the city visiting relatives.
A. L. Padgett has been reappointed
postmaster at Pelter, a position he has
creditably filled for a number of years.
lt. D. Sloan and family, ot Piedmont,
have been spending ?. few days in
towg fiting the family ot Dr. J. O.
.Miss Annie Fanner, who is attending
Chlcora College at Greenville, spent
lost Saturday and Sunday in the city
visiting her parents.
Limo ia cheap and if freely used now
around the premises it may save the
suffering, anxiety and expenses of a
prolonged cate of sickness.
James I*. Trlb'olo, Esq., is confined to
to his home wita a severe affiictlon.
We join his many friendB in wishing
bim a speedy restoration to health,
Lewis Coker, a negro, who shot an
other negro near Pelter last week, has
been committed to jail on a charge of
assault and battery with intent to kill.
If you have not paid your road com
mutation tax you should read the no?
tice of the County Supervisor in an
other column and govern yourself ac
An old citizen *ras heard to say the
other day that it was something un
usual to have no frost in March? and
that to date we have had no frost at
all this month.
The Hessian fly is reported to be
pl&ying the wild with oatt in some seo
tiona ot the State. As yet we have
heard of no damage being done by ii
in this County.
O. B. Van Wyok, general manage]
of the Anderson Mattress and Spring
Bed Co., waa in the oity Monday. Mr.
yan Wyck recently placed 8?7 surins
beds in Winthrop College.-Bock Hil
The City Council has ordered ax
election to be held on April 14th 01
the question of issuing $15,000in bondi
for the erection of another gradee
Behool buildi~ p and $25,000 in bondi
for improving tno streets.
Miss Nellie Browne, of Anderson, i
visiting her brother, B. E. Browne
the popular railroad, agent a? tu!
?ilace. Miss Mellie has many friend
u Union County, having taught achoo
in Santuo a few years ago.-Unioi
?i We are requested to publish tho fol
lowing: Superintendents of Sunda
Schorns belonging to the ?aluda Sun
day School Institute will please call o
or send to H.S.- Shumate, Andersoi
S. C., for a blank on which to mak
out their report to the next meeting c
There ia great activity in real estai
at yresent and the prices asked far d<
sirahle building lots is steadily ad vane
ing. Beal' estate is now worth moi
than ever before in the history of tl
town, and there is no prospect of a dc
terioation in values, as lew if any <
the sales are being made for specnli
O. P. Knight will leave Anderson i
a few days for Texas, where he wi
I engage in business. Mr. Knight hi
i been employed in The C. A. Ret
( Muslo House in this city for a numb
of years, and has many friend? he:
! who will join ns in wishing him mu<
success in his new home.
Married, on Sunday afternoo
March 28, 1002, at the home of tl
bride's grandmother, Mrs. Lnoy
Langston, in this city, by Rev. J. ]
Chapman, Mr. Clarence V7. Saith ai
Miss Norma Garrett, both of this cit
The young couple have many f rien
who wish them a happy and prospc
otu journey through life,
?The fact that Greenwood has coi
plied with the conditions upon whi
the removal of the Williamaton I
male College depends gives credeo
tb the report that the college will
moved by tho opening of the next si
Alon. The work on the building w
?probably be begun in Greenwood
I the first of May, and the intention
I to have everything ready for occupan
s. The Abbeville Hotel Company 1
tented the new hotel to W. T. McFi
olPelzer. Mr. MoFall is a yoong va
-bit has been in the hotel business*
his life. He ia one of the best kno
andmost popular men in his line
business in the State. The new ott
ping place Will mean a great ms
more visitors to Abbeville.--Abbe vi
Medium. Mr. McFall ia an And?n
hoy, and we can assure the Hotel Ce
nany that it ia fortunate in seour
W. H. Thacker, formerly Super
tendent of Riverside mill in this c!
died in Greenville last Saturday, ai
an illness of several months with?
sumption, aged sltyears. His rems
were brought to Anderson last Sum
morning and interred in Silver Br<
Cemetery. Mr. Thacker lived in J
derson several years and was higl
esteemed by his many friends. Th
children are left to cherish his UK
Austin T. Levy, of New York,
been spending a lew days in Ander
tho guest of his friend, R. C.- Lau
lin. Mr. Bevy having recently reti
from business in Nov York, is c
t?nrplating locating a plant in
South for the manufacture of worst
and ether woolen goods, and is i
looking for a suitable location.
1 expressed himself as being favors
impressed with Anderson, and i
bop?? he may be induced to estab
hia^ plant hero,
Lasfr Friday night daring an eleo
storm the barn of J. Archie Cox,
Belton Township, waa struck by Mg
ning and burned to the ground,
gather with all of ita contents, wt
include! Ave tons of guano. 1
valuable cows, and a yeaning *
killed by the bolt of lightning
burned in the building. It was c
by a heroic effort that his two mi
WCTO rescued from the flames. '
loas falls heavy upon Mr. Cox. i
had no insurance. It Was only
year I2>at his premises were vic
by a cyclone and his dwelling bi
Mrs. Mary A. Long,widow of the
William Long, died, yesterday mi
lng at her home a few miles easi
this place. She waa a daughter of
lamented Bev. William P. Martin,
bad been a consistent member
Broadmouth Baptist Church since
was 16 years of age. In fact she
the oldest member of tho Church,
died on her 88d birthday. Today'
funeral services were conducted
Rev. B. W. Burts, her pastor, a
vrhich her body waa laid to rest in
cemetery at Broadmouth.7-Honea J
Chronicle, 18th inst.
Tbs contract baa boca let fcv the
nullum/* of fifty new tenant housea .
at the Orr cotton mill.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Cox _Manufacturing Co.
win neia on Tuesday, April gb".
An advertisement of the Anderson
County Mutual Benefit Association ap
pears in another column, to which your
attention is directed. It offers insur
ance at a low coat.
Edward Smith, who has been serving
moat efficiently aa Magistrate at Pen
meton, lias resigned, James T. Hunter,
the only applicant for the position, has
been recommended by Senator Hood,
to whom the application was reforged
by the Governor, to fill the vacancy.
W. Gambrell, aged 63 years,
died at Houston, Texas, on the 18th
inst, of cancer of the liver. Mr. Gam
brell waa a native of the Brushy Creek
section of Anderson County, and eerv
ed gallantly through the Civil War.
Some time after the war ho went to
Tex? and married in that State. He
leaves a family of several children in
Texas, besides many friends and rela
tives*? this section io mourn bia death.
He leaves surviving him three sisters,
Mrs. B. C. Johnson, of this place,
Mrs. Fannie E. Payne, of Anderson
County, and Mrs. Jane Cooper, of
Texas. He visited his sisters in this
Stute about two months ago.-Easley
Mr. J. L. jucCarVv, of Townville,
was in town last ween, and in inquir
ing as to the situation in regard to
smallpox in Walhalla, he remarked
that just after the war, near Fair
Play, in thia County, smallpox became
epidemic and quite a number of deaths
resulted. In no case, however, was
there a death -where the patient had
been vaccinated, and on none of the
patienta were marka left. He is a
great believer in vaccination, and bas
co his belief on experience and obser
vation. He believes, however, that
the good effects of vaccination last
much longer than seven years, the
time most generally claimed for it.
J. Wi Heisman, coach of the Clemson
baseball team, in a recent interview
cays that the prospects at Clemson
this year are unusually bright for a
I good team. Sitton, the crack end on
the football team, will be found in the
box again thia year. Last year he
I made an unusual reputation as a pitch
er, and won a majority of his games.
Heisman, who is ono of the best coach
es in the South and who is known from
one end of the country to the other.
; because of his excellent football anc
! baseball teama. saya he ia looking for a
successful season in college baseball
thia year, and ho believes there xviii be
better tennis in the South this /ear
than ever before.
A special dispatch to the Atlanta
Constitution, und*r date of the 10th
inst., says : "Suffering from melan
cholia as a result of protracted drink
ing, J. L. Snipes, a picture ajrent. who
moved nero about a year "ago from
Georgia, committed suicide tonight by
taking an overdose of morphine. He
ate supper and retired at once to his
room. His actions caused suspicion,
but when his rash act was discovered
it was too late for physicians to save
him. Snipes ia about 48 years of age
and leaves a wife and several children."
The deceased waa born and reared in
Anderson County and was the eldest
son of the late Elisha Snipes. He
lived in this city until about a year
or two ago, when he moved to Georgia
and from there to North Carolina.
The Greenville Mountaineer of the
18th inst, says : "Mrs. Emily C. Wey
man, formerly a resident of this city,
died on Saturday last in Columbus,
Ga., aged 08 years. Mrs. Weyman
was born near Pendleton, S. C., and
waa a daughter of Capt. John Maxwell,
who waa prominent in his day and gen
eration as a large planter and public
spirited citizen. His home on Seneca
nver waa the abode of generous hospi
tality, and he reared a large family in
affluence, giving them a liberal educa
tion. Mrs. Weyman married a grande
son of Samuel Maverick, the largest
landowner in this section of the State,
ho owned immense tracts of land in
exas, and several of bia descendants
settled in that State, among them the
Weymans. After her husband's death
Mrs. Weyman returned to South Caro
lina, and for a number of years lived in
this oity, but her home in recent years
was at Atlanta, where her son was in
business." The deceased has many
old friends in this Connty who will re
gret to hear of her death.
A special invitation is given by
Moore, Aoker & Co. for their Millinery
Opening on Wednesday, April 1st.
This firm is becoming more popular
each season with the farr sex for hav
ing smart things for smart dressers,
and this season's showing will be far
in advance of previous ones. Don't
fail to visit them on opening day.
We have great Inducements to offer
you lu Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, 1 drawers,
Pleca Gooda, etc. Wo will boin our office
for the next sixty* days.' Buy from us
you gs? the mill prices. We save you
the jobbers profits. Call on us and be
convinced. We are selling ibu largest
and olosest buyers in the country.
* WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents,
When you want Plows please bear in
mind that nono are - equal in qnality and
so perfectly shaped as tboao manufac
ture-ci by Towers and Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
FREE TO THE BABIES.
The Eastern Manufacturing Co., of
Chicago, will ;-_-esent to every baby,
auder one year of age, in thia county, ono
solid silver baby spoon with the baby's
given name engraved on same. You do
wot have to pay one cent nor buy any*
thing td get this spoon. The Eastern
Manufacturing Co. are large manufac
turers and jobbers of jewelry and
silverware, and have taken this method
. of advertising their goods. Instead of
spending thousands of dollars for
magazine advertising they have decided
to give it away direct to consumers.
The undersigned firm has been
made distributing agent for this
locality. Briner your baby to their
store and give its fame and age and
you will receive cue of these beautiful
sliver spoons all engraved free of cost.
This is not a cheap article, but solid
silver of elegant design. Don't fail
to look over tho elegant line of The
Eastern Manufacturing Co. 'a goods on
JOHN 8. CAMPBELL,
Anderson, S. C.
March ll, 1033 38 4
HOW ABOUT YOUR
Wo have them for the
HARD TO FIT
HARD TO PLEASE.
Suitings that the leadlas fashion
designers have produced for this
Are admired by all Fashionable
It's just as easy tc buy an up-to
date Suit as a last season one. We
show all the newest weaves, color
ings and fabrics that are cut by
Fashionable Clothiers. Prices to suit the purchase.
$5.00 to $22.501
They are displayed on our counters.
Patent Viol Oxfords.
Patent Leather Oxfords.
. Correct Toes and Lasts.
$2.00 to $4.00.
Clothiers and Furnishers.
South Main Street.
GUTTEB YOUB HOUSE.
WE -will do the work os cheap as skilled labor and good material will
admit of. Put up loat year 8,345 feet We also contract for
ROOFING. PAINTING AND PLUMBING.
? AxLti-Rust Tinware
And get a guarantee with every piece sold.
New shipment of
IKON KING STOVES
HT AlBFC* f
Jr uv ww a i
200,000 Pounds of Towers & Sullivan
Mfg. Co's. Celebrated Steel Plows.
The Shapes are perfect, and tho quality of steel the highest. These
Plows are CHEAPEST because they are BEST. You can select just what
a want from our tremendous Stock.
We have the best Distributors ever put on the market. They are per
fectly made, of very bert material. With these Distributors you will save one
man's time, and enough Guano to pay for the Distributor in a very short time.
*. QPlow Stocks, Single Trees, Trace Chains,}
f^pp^Hames. Back Bands, &c &c &c.
WkmW EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer , for the cultivation of his crop
can be found'in onr Stock.
fan Hardware ?e
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