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Of almost ?very character reign supreme
and as the warm Summer days approach t
n i*-, Indeed* a sssson of light, sheer fabrics. For
' gi : . ^' ... . ? . . . .;. . .
White has always been in good taste, but the demand is
greater now than ever before. We have a most magnificent
line of- ! 0 '
Por such purposes.
The list below will give yon a feint idea of a few o? the
leading materials that are much desired :
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White Persian Lawn, 34 inches wide, at...._: .......... 16c per yard
C .. ..-??.(:. f,-. . ' . ' ; ' .'* .:' ?., ,
? ? ? A fi ti ti lt OK? ?? 1
, 'xVf .................... ?ut/ .
<? ? " 48 " ". 30c " "
. " " ?46 " ". 35c " " 1
? . " " 48 ..??... " ;???.v. ..Y./.... 50c ' " " J
White Wfwhv Chiffon j 46 inches wide,- at,.................... ' 40c per yard j '
u y| 46, ? ' ? .:i\.50c > ?v ; ;
White Organdies; 32 inches wide, at. f ..v 15c per yard \
' /.? 42 " ? "i_.-......... 29c " 11
68 " ' . 0. N....... 50o $ "
'?? .68 - " _.t5o 11 ?V
" ?.....?...UW^W?..,,..$1.00 n "
White Point d'?Bprit, 44 inches wide, at........ ....50c per yard
White Striped Oreaadine, 30 inches wide, af... ... i .......... 50o pe?,yard
White Savoie Cloth, 48 inches wide, at*. * *. ^ w.. v.65c per yaid
Whito China Silk; 28 inches widevat^^ ,\ s-..!...' yftrd
White Wash Silk, 28 inches wide>vafcv........... . ; . .. 90 j?er yard
White Bilk Crepe-pe-Chiiie, 24 inches ^ide at. - .. .?1.00 pe? yard
White Wool Albatros, 88 inches wide. at.J. ........ 50.o per yard
White Woo! Batiste, 38 inches wide; at..................... C0c pei yard j'
White Wool CreDe-De-Chine, 42 inches wide, at..;.-. . 75c per yard
White Wool Lansdowne, 89 inches wide, at..81.00 per yard
White Wool BoUenae, 42 inches wide, at............ .........8?.50 per yard
We nava ail ^re neceoBary .accessories to tTw completion
of a White 0?st?me, such ss-f
White Hose, &c.
White Cotton Hose at ..25c per pair
White Lisle Thread, Drop Stitched Hoea at.:.. : 50o r^r pair
a WhiteISUk Hose at...8100 per pair
WEDNESDAY ? MAY 20. 1903.
Ever and anon a few bales of cotton
are seen on the streets of the city.
J. E. Earle, Esq., of Walhalla, spent
laat Saturday in the city.
The Anderson poiieeme? axe now
rigged oat in their new summer uni
B. T. Long and wifo, of Hones
Path, have moved to Anderson to
make their home.
H. H. Watkins, Esq., who has been
spending a few dnyB in the mountains,
hat returned home. ? _
The city graded schools wlU close on
the 29th inst, with interesting and ap
Judge W. F. Cox attended the moot
ing of tho Cotton Spinners' Association
in ?J har lotto lost week.
Our good friend, B. F. McDavid, of
Pelzer, spent yesterday in the city, and
gave ua an appreciated call.
The atreeta of the city were crowded
with people last Saturday and the
merchants were kept quite busy.
The examination of teachers of the
pnblio schools in this County will he
neld in this city next Friday, 22nd inst.
County Supervisor Vandiver went to
Charlotte last Monday to inspect and
see in operation some good roads ma
Brown A. Wilson, tho popular and
accommodating depot agent at Helton,
spent a few hours rn the city last Mon
A. T. Newell, who is traveling in the
State of Alabama for the Good Roads
Machinery Co., caine home last week
to spend a few d&ys.
Our young f riend.Prbf. Guy Norris.has
been given the position of book-keeper
at the Gluck Mills, and entered upon
his duties yesterday.
Several prominent, citizens from
othor, eec tiona of the State will attend
the good roads meeting in this city
next Saturday and deliver addresses:
Gen. M. L. Bonham and S. N. Gil mer
are attending the annual Bession of the
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias,
which convened in Orangeburg yester
Rev; S. T. Bl ad: TI. an, accompanied
by his daughter, Uiss Helen, of Mc
Cormick, is spending a few days in
and near the city visiting old friends
The Anderson Rifles will receive
their new guns and new uniforms to
day, and are making preparations for
che annual inspection, r Mon will tako
?3 W IS ft few days.
Uta. G. ?; Prince, who baa heen^
under medical troatment in a hospital
In Charleston for several woeks, has
returned home. For many friends aro
delighted to know that her health IB
Our^ farmers have beeb rushing for
the last three weeks. About ali tho
cotton is ' planted but there is a great
deal of corn to plant yet. -, Some eau
not plant until ic rains. Rain is much
needed at this time.
Andor?on County is well represented
at the United Confederate veterans'
Reunion in Nefr Orleans thia week.
About twenty-five persons left this city
Monday, and a cumber boarded the
cars frota other to wno in the County.
J. t>. Kelly, a prominent farmer and
Battle raiser of Piedmont, S. C., who
3QoniB > possess a peculiar fondness
for Elberton now-a-days, returned
home Monday, after a delightful visit
to the etty. He went, but b? wi!? <MMQO
back again.-Elberton XGa.) Star.
The City Council has made a con
tract with O. H. Sheffield Sc Co.> -en
gineers ol: Atlanta, to draw plans and
specifications for paving the streets
and to supervise the work ? when it
begins. The Council bas alec made a
contract with L. S. Benham for num
bering the houses in the city Und plac
ing tee namco of the Streets ac the
The "Fats" and the "Leana" will
meet on the diamond next Friday
afternoon. The game will be played
in the Bleckley Hold, in the north
eastern portion of the city, between
North. Main ead Greenville streets.- A
small admission fee will be, charged,
and the proceeds will be donated to the
Cit?semtT Bond, which will furnish
music dtmufe- ihn game.
The Columbia State of yesterday
says; "Coi. M. P. Tribbio who has
been appointed by Gov. - Hey ward to
compile the rolls of the Confederate
soldiers who served from this State, is
in the city and wjll im mediately enter
upon the work. He will be assisted in
the work by Mr. T. J. Pyle3, a brother
of Mr. N. O. Pyles. Col. Tribble's
office ? ill be ic the State capitol."
About two weeks ago our .venerable
friend, ' Mr: William Hanson, acci
dentally fell at his ~ home '. in Hall
Township and was painfully hurt.
He is now confined to his room and
bia friends and neighbors are uneasy
about him; Mr.' Hanson is now 84
?eara Of age, and one of . Andereon
Ounty's best citizens. We . join his
many friends in wishing him ajpeedy
recovery, and pray that God mw spare
his life for many years.
,^The annual pic nic at Cooley's Bridge
takes place on Saturday, .'30th inst., and,
as usual, will be a mose enjoyable oc
casion. Senator Latimor has accepted
an invitation to attend and discuss the
good ?oada question. As Gov. Hey
ward is to be in Belton the day follow
ing, an invitation has been extended
him to come up a day earlier and at-,
tend the picnic. The public is cordial
ly invited to attend, and it is hoped
that a largo crowd of representative
citizens.will be present.
Our young townsmen, J. M. Evans!
and Frank B. McFall, graduated from
the Maryland College of Pharmacy,
Baltimore, last Wednesday, and have I
returned home. Mr. McFailwcn two
gold medals, one for.best standing in
phitrs:*^ sud tuc other for Deat gen
eral average in his class. Our young
friend? Lewis Smith, Boa of L. P.
Smith, who has. been attending the
same college, wen the gold medal for
the best general average in the junior.
We extend oar congratulations to these
Rov. B. M. Anderson, formerly of
this County, who was pastor of the
Episcopal Church in Anderson for a.
while, bas been deposed as a minister
of that denomination, having renounc
ed certain cardinal doctrines of the
Church. In less than two years of his
ordination to the priesthood Mr. An
derson hud found himself unwilling to
believe in tLo divinity of Christ, and
St his own request Bishop Capers at
[ie convocation in Columbia thia week
. pronounced sentence, deposing the
young clergyman, whose future h?>d
oeen promising,--.inmter Herald.
. The strawberry crop this season is
one ot the most prolific ever grown iu
Miss Edith Anderson, of Laurens, is
in the city visiting her friend, Miss
Annie Provost, j
Mrs. T. B. Davis went down to
Greenwood last week to spend a few
days visiting friends, .,
The Court ot General Sessions for
Anderdon County will convene in this
city on the second Monday in Jone.
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows,
which met in Columbia last week,* will
hold ita meeting next year in Ander*
. F. E. Watkins spent last Friday at
Greers, 8. C., where he sold a large
outfit of machinery to the new oil mill
being erected there.
The good roads meeting to be held
in this city next Saturday, 23rd inst.,
should he attended by every progres
sive citizen of the County.
Borne of our early gardeners have
been feasting on English peas for some
time, and will soon have Irish potatoes
large enough for tho table.
Tl ia timo next year tho candidates
will o in full bloom. Already tho
name of several candidates are being
mentioned for various offices.
Miss Marguerite Lum pk in left Wed
nesday for Anderson, where she \will
?pend awhile with her father, T> B.
Lumpkiu.-Kook Hill Heral V. ' .
W. F. Tolly went to Atlanta to at
tend the annual meeting of the South
ern Bill Posters' Association, which
convened in that cuy last Monday.
Clayton Cummings, of Anderson,
spent several days nero laat .week in
tho interest? of tho Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of Now York.-Green
The Intelligencer has received an
invitation to attend the Commence
ment exercises of the Columbia Femalo
College, which take place May 20th to
I>';V.--:' ' >?.'' ?"
The Veterans who attended the Ke
nnion in Columbia last week are en
thusiastic over their reception there,
and say it was the most i enjoyable cel
ebration yet held in the State.
The frsit crop promises to bea very
large one in this section. We never
saw the trees heavier loaded with fruit
than at present. Tho blackberry
crop also is very promising at this
Ch i quoi a Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will meet in regular convention to
morrow evening at 8.30 o'clock. There
are several candidatoT for tho first and
second ranks. A" ho members are
Rev. J. T. Mann will preach at
Refuge Church, near the home of A.
W. Gillespie, in Garvin Township,
every lourth Sunday" at ll o'clock a.
m. The public is cordially invited to
attend the services.'
Tho ????al meeting of the stock
holders of the Piedmont Manufactur
ing Company was held* at Piedmont
last Wednesday. All of thc old offi
cers were re-elected and a quarterly
dividend of 3 per cent. , was decided
?< The Baptist Young People's ?nlon
of South Carolina will meet in annual
session In this city- on June -3rd.
There will be 1G0 or 200 delegates* in
attendance. The citizens ot Anderson
will.give them a warm anti cordial
Dr. George E. Conghlin, the promoter
of the Greenville-Anderson Interurban
trolley line, is spending a few days in
the city. The. engineers have com
menced tho Borvey of tho route, abd it
is probable that the approximate cost of
the line will be known by Juno 1st.
Rev. H. R. Murchison will preach at
Flat Rook Presbyterian .Church nert
Sunday afternoon at 4.80 o'clock/ At
the conclusion, of the sermon the 'holy
communion wili be administered. The
friends of the congregation aro cor
dially invited to attona the services. #
Mies Mattie Dobbins left Thur?dav
for a two weeks Visit with friends 3fi*l
relatives in and around Pendleton and
Anderson. MiSs Mattie is one of
Westminster's most, brightest and pop
ular young ladies abd we wish for her
a pleasant visit.-Westminster Times?
John D. Sitton, of the Brushy Creek
section of Anderson County, bas bad
this spring up to date, seven swarms of
bees from two colonies. This, we
think, wiUHake the cake on the bee
subject in these parts.-Easley Prog
The annas! meeting oe the stock
holders of the GIT Cotton Mills was
held in this city last Friday. The af
fairs of the Company were reported in
good condition, and the usual semi
annual dividend was declared. All ol
the old officers were re-elected to theil
respective positions. s
Boys, remember that the last legisla
?nte passed a .'^w against robbins
>irda' neets. It is wrong to rob birds'
nests, if there were no law against it,
but the law now protects the birds.
The penalty for robbing a bird's nest
isfffrom five to thirty days' imprison
ment. Of course, the robbing o'
hawk's and crow's nests is an excep
tion, and tho law does not apply tc
Do you ever stop to think what c
tireless letter a good newspaper is 1
Week after week, year after year, il
.goes on, telling of marriages, births,
deaths, tho coming and going of tut
people, the business success or failures
accidents, improvements, meetings
revivals, social-in fact, events of al
kinds.' If you should undertake tc
-rito a letter to an absent friend and
tell half the news "oimd in your locai
paper, you would give up in despair.
- 'Mrs. C. G. Foster died at her home
at Millville last Friday morni'ig, aftei
a brief illness, aged 23 years, bhe wai
a most excellent woman and greatly
beloved by. her many friends, wh(
deeply sympathize with the sorelj
bereaved husband and little daughtei
who survive ber. She was a devotee
member of the Second Baptist Church
where tho funeral services were bali
Bntordav afternoon, after -which th?
remains*were interred at Silver Brool
The Atlanta Constitution, of tho 13tl
im-t., says: "Mrs. J. C. Anthony, o:
Washington, Ga., announces the en
gagement of her daughter Onida, t*
Mr. John Edward Sadh/r, of Ander
son, S. C., the marriage to take plac<
on the 18th of Jone at the hom* of th<
bride-elect. .Miss Anthony combine:
with a beauty of exquisite blonde typ<
a bright and vivacious manner tba
attracts to herself all those with whon
she comes in contact. Aside from he
pleasing personality, she is an accom
plished musician, and has had the ad
vantage of studying under scoie of tin
finest ???chei? in the South. Mr. Sad
1er comes from an old and wealth;
family of South Carolina, and is om
of tho most popular young men in An
derson. Thef wedding will be a promi
neut social event of washington, an?
will be attended by a number of ?ut
Stun 1 C. Baker, who hun beim buying
cotton in North Carolina the post sea- '
eon, has returned home.
Chas. E. Cobb. of Okolonn, Ark., is
spending a few dava in Anderson visit
ing his wife. He lb well pleased with
his new home.
A. Li goo, one of Spartanburg'a
moat popular and prominent citizens, ?,
baa been spending a few daya in the '
city visiting relatives.
The W. C. T. U. will hold ita annual
convention in Anderson next October.
Tola noble band of women will receive
a cordial welcome from oar people.
Rev. J. L. Me Lin Imo gono to Lex
ington, Va., to artend the General As
sembly of the Presbyterian Churcb,
booth, as a delegato from the South
. Children's Day will be observed at
St. Paul's Church, near Equality, next
Sunday. An interesting program has
been arrauged for the occasion. The
public is invited to attend.
Confederate Veterans and others in
terested are requested to meet at
the Academy at Town vii le next Satur
pay, 23rd inst., at 3 o'clock p. m. to
consider tho matter of holding au old
soldiers' reunion and picnic there ou
Tho Warren ton correspondent of the
Abbeville Medium says : "Messrs. J.
A. and G. W. Wilson returned yester
day from Anderson where they had
been in search ol a negro who left
their farm recently. They found tho
negro and had tho pieusuro of a trip
through one of the best Counties in the
State. They speak in the highest
terms of tho methods of farming fol
lowed by Anderson people."
Last Afondny Charlie Martin, a negro
boy, went to tho postofttce and called
for a letter for Lizzie McIntosh. Tho
lotter contained a money order for ?3,
nnd tho boy forged an endorsement on
the buck making it payable to him and
secured the money. The forgery wes
soon discovered. Martin was arrested
and committed to jail to await trial in
the Uuited States Court on a charge of
Miss Lily Reese Doyle, who has
charge of tho Augustine T. Smythe
Sunday Kindergarten nt tho Pelton
Cotton Mills, announces that the chil
dren's day exercises will be held in
Helton on tho fifth Sunday of this
month. Governor Hoyward has ac
cepted an invitation to be piesent and
make an address on that occasion.
Capt. Smyth who gave the first funds
with which to organize the kindergar
ten, will also bo in attendance. This
kindergarten association has tho dis
tinction of being the only association
of its kind in the State. Miss Doylo is
doing splendid work among the chil
dren of the Belton mill village and nu
exhibition of tho class of work in
which she lins been training thom will
be given on J/ay 31st.
A recent IssUo of tho Virginia Pilot
Bpoaks us follows of a former citizen of
this city: "John M. Flynn, a traveling
salesman for a Philadelphia clothing
house, is in the city, registered at the
Monticello hotel. lie makes periodi
cal visits about twice or three times n ,
year. Mr. Flynn travels nearly the
entire Southern States, touching ouly
l.t. tho largest cities. Ho is n product
of Spartnnburg, S. C., ono of tho livest;
and the busiest litt lo towns in the
United States. Mr. Flynn absorbed
good business ideas at an early age,
and he is today among the highest sal
aried traveling men on the road. Ho
is a genial, -whole-souled fellow, who
makes friends wherever he goes." ' Mr.
Flynn has many friends in Anderson
who will be more than pleased to hep
of his success.
Mrs. Mamie Stephens Shearer, wife
of W. H. Shearer, died at her home in
this city yesterday afternoon at 8
o'clock, after an illness of three weeks
with inflammation of the bowels. The
funeral services will be conducted at
the home this afternoon at 5 o'clock by
Rev. W. B. Hawkins, after which the
remains will be laid to rest in Silver
Brook Cemetery. Mrs. Shearer was
$4 years of age, a?d a daughter of W.
A. Stephens, of Williamaton. Ten
y?ars ago abe married Mr. Shearer,
"who with four danghters and one son
' are left to cherish the memory of a
devoted wife and mother. She is sur
vived also by her father and three
dieters. She was a most excellent
Christian woman, and since her child
hood had been a devoted member of
the Baptist Chnrch. The announce
ment of her death was a great shock to
her friends, many of whom did not
know of her illness, and they deeply
sympathize with the family in their
sore .bereave. ;ent.
Excursion lo Atlanta. rr>
Here we are at last! I have arrang
ed to run a traia to Atlanta, Ga., on
Wednesday, May 27th. Trsin will
leave Belton at 7.80 a. m., Anderson 8
a. m., and arrive in Atlanta 2.30 p. m.
Returning leave Atlanta at 4 p. m.,
May 28th. Fare from Belton $2.25;
Anderson $2J0; Pendleton $2.05. This
ia a convenient schedule, the fare is
very cheap, so come along and see the
coming city of the Sooth.
L. P. SMITH, Manager.
Traveling Is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars tba kidneys i
which are kept in place in the body by
delicate attachments. Thia ia the reason !
that traveler?, trainmen, atreet car men,
teamaters, and all who drive very much, '
puffer from lt id nov riltioaso in some form.
Foley's Kidney Cure strengthens the
kidneys and corea all forma o' kidney
and bladder disenaes. George Id, Ham
man, locomotive -engineer, Lima, O.,
writes: "Constant vibration of * the en
gine caused me a great deal of trouble
with wv kidney*, and I got no relief un
til I used Folej 'a Kidney Corp."-Evans'
Will Curs Consumption.
A. A. Herren, of Finch. Ark., writea :
"Foloy'M Honey and Tar la the beat prep
Mration for coughs, oolda and luDg trou
ble. I knoir that lt baa cured consump
tion in the ?rat atage."-Evant?' Jt*har
Foley's Hjney and Tar contains no
opiates an 1 can be safely given to
Whd3 von want Pious please bsar In
mind that none ara ?an?i ia quz!i:y asa'
BO perfectly shaped as those manufac
tured bv Towera nnd Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
MONEY TO LOAN-in sums of fi00
Or more on real estate mortgage?. Apply
to Qaattlebautn & Cochran, Anderson, S.
A few more Knol Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have six car
loada of Barb Wire and Wire Nails in
stock and en ; ?ute. As these goods are
certain to advanoe in prloe, they advise
yon, if neediog any of thia material, to
Foley's Honey and Tar la peculiarly
adapted for aathma, bronchitis H nd
Now is the time to get a good Razor
obeap from Brock Hardware Co.
I. A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Q.ooks for ?0.% See Brock Hardware Co*
Clothing, Shoe, Hat, Shirt,
Gents* Furnishing Goods
Owing to poor health of the senior member of our Firm
wo have decided to closo out our entire Stock of Clothing,
Shoes, Hats and Furnishings at and below
New York Cost !
This is no fake, but a bona fide Bale to clear up quick.
Will sell in bulk at big sacrifice.
This sale is Cash.
All past due accounts must be paid at once.
Store Room for Rent.
PRICES TELL THE TALE.
Did you ever compare Cost Prices with Regular Selling
Regular Price. Cost Priest.
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes.. 01.00 . ? 75c
Gae lot Ladies' Fine Shoes..... 1.25 85o
One lot Ladies'Fine Shoes. 1.50 1.10
(Samo as above in Men's Shoes.")
Ladies' extra long Seamless Black Hose...... 10c 6|o
Extra quality yard-wide Sheeting.. 6tc 4ic
Big line of Calicoes, good styles and colors.... 5c * Sic, 4 Vc
Men's Heavy Drill Drawers.. 25c 15o
Men's Jeans Pants..'. 75c 45c
Men's Cassimer Pants. "1.25 75c
Men's Cassimer Pants. ....... 1.50 .1.10
Men's Work Work Shirts, e ?tra J?es. 50c . 80c
Men's Work Shirts, regular size". 35c 19c
Men's All Linen Collars, regular sizes. 10,12Jc 5c
Men's Hosiery, seamless, fast colors. 10,12ic 63c
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old...._. 85c 55c
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old. 1.25 85c
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old. 1.60 1.1?
Boys' Suits, 6 to 14 years old. extra good,.... 2.25 1.85
BOVB" Pants, 6 to 16 years old .. 25c 16o
Boys' Pants, 6 to 16 years old. 50c 85c
Boys' Pants, 6 to 16 jears old. 75c 40o
Men's Suits, all sites.. 5.00 2.60
Men's Suits, all sites. 6.50 3.75
Men's Suits, all sizes. 10.00 6.00
All Linen Shades, complete. 35c 19c
Umbrellas, Gloria..'. 1.00 65c
Embroideries..7, 8 and 10c 5c
All Silk and Wm.- Henrietta. 75o 45c
Double-width, Half Wool Dress Goods.20 to 25c 10 to 12ic
A visit to our Store will convince you that this is tu gen
uine COST SALE. We would be pleased to have you cai!
DEXTER GROCERY COMPANY,
Successors to D. C. Brown & Bro., South Main Street.
5c <3?2PR*- 5c
j\? all ?oda, r^oi^xitains !
The Mest Satisfying, Cooling, Refreshing,
Invigorating and Delicious. ::::::
DOES NOT EXCITE THE NBBVES!
1 HAVE JUST RECEIVE ?
A CAR LOAD OF CORN,
Slightly damaged, and can sell you at 50c. per bushel. Will
have a lot of it cracked for hog and chicken feed at same
price. See me for
OLD DOMINION CEMENT,
O. D. ANDERSOW.