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'RYC?JINKSCALES & LANGSTON. ANDERSON, S. C.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 14. li)(>:i. vm.VTMw YVYVH. HA ?? '
ffERE IS THE SORT OF
One that hm style and finish ; that ?ts and stays fit aU
taut! a Summer 8wt made for wear, not simply to loo*
|t. Ton Wt find such Clothes as t^^OS6? S?JK'
Lwn. They are made by HABT SCHA?FHER & M&BX,
Ind are priced at
$9.00, $10.00 and $12.50.
The uerfeot Tailoring'.of these Snits make them equal to
fceD^lnrtomw?r^ atcne-?hird less than custom ta?er
Tgood assortment of other Summer Clothes at $M?,
6.00, $7.00, $7.50 and ?8.60.
< Wearing the Smile
?That Won^ G
I? a sure sign that yon are pleased with the way the
[orld is serving yon. "^eyfwe are wearing that sn?ler for
)nr patronage so far this season has been veiy liberal, and;
|o, all of yon seem to be weil pleased with what you got Un
ichange for your dollar.
We want to broaden that smile we are telling you about, |
id to help you wear one equally as broad as ours, by offering
>u a new lotof
A 1ST WHITE GOOES, v
bn to twenty yard lengths, thirty-six forty inches wide,
the same pric? yon haye been paying for short lengths,
^perfect and narrower goods.
Come to our Store and let us show you what value really !
If you can't come wrfte for samples.
Send us your orders.
McCall Bazar Patterns.
?ravi : vyn vnm ix vu.
STow is the time your Baby needs a
i^^on ns for what yon want in that line or the PTOKI* !
ES FURNITURE CO.
Funeral Directors and Undertakers.
1 > -r~ ' ?
- The "Woodruff cotton mill will
increaso its carita stock from $250,?
OOO to $500,000.
- The oldest soldier in South C?re
Una i8 James Powers, of Richland
County, a veteran of four wars.
- From April 1902 to April 1903
the sum, of $526.04 was expended by
the city of Abbeville on account of
, '-Supervisor D. D. Padgett, of
Edgefield county, 37 years oid, drop*
ped dead on the streets of Augusta,
Ga., on Wednesday.
-- Io about sixty days the internal
revenue department will commence
the payment of the rebate tobaooo
claims in this State.
- Lightning killed a negro* and a
mule Wednesday .while in the field
ploughing on the farm of W. G. Rico,
Jr., near Curo naca.
- Tho faat freight trains on thc
Southern Railway have begun to carri
peaches from Aiken and Ridge Spring
to tho"Northern markets.
.- Vast deposits of tin are Raid tc
abound n o ar King's m o u n tai n. A well
known official of the U. 8. geol?gico
survey makes the statement.
- The Graniteville cotton mill, on<
of tho oldest and ' largest, in the Stat?
and tho South, has shut down on ac
count of the high prise of cotton.
. .- The Masons of Florence at at
early day will ereot a temple to eos
$10,000. The lot has already beet
purchased and arrangements perfect
- Pusey Davids, an aged negress
was etruok by lightning and instantl;
killed while sitting at the window o
her shanty on St. Helena Island, nea
. - The report of the directors o
the Abbeville furniture factory show
that the company made a profit of 2i
per cont on its capital stock of $25,00i
during last year..
-- Mies Lola A. Turner, of 8pai
tanburg county, is suing her father
Charles A. Turner, ? for alleged il
treatment and oruelly beating hoi
Damages of $10,000 are asked for.
-L. H. Hankinson, of Beech Ie
land, had? ob w bitten by a mad do,
abouts year ago. Sue went mad
few days, ago and had to be killed
The same dog bit a little negro, but b
is all right ' so far. '
- Union, who some time ago vote*
to lax herself for the support of tb
proffered Carnegie library, has af
pointed committees to take charge c
the matter and the library will b
placed at an early date.
- Ttie Citadel Cadets will hoi
their annual encampment at Roc
Hill this year, from 15th June t
1st:July. Col. Coward and Majo
White have visited that town an
s elected the grounds of the high eon oe
-r Carey Styles, white, was tried, i
Greenville last week for killing Vfal^t
MoOarroll, at Highland, Greenvil!
County, on the 19th of August lat
and convicted of manslaughter. Hi
brother Fm?ry was tried as nooes?or
- Balley, in Aiken oounty, was al
most completely wiped out by fit
one day last week. The fire was caw
ed by a bursting lamp in a millinei
store. Only a few isolated dwelling
wore left fr; tfc? village, which hud
population of 2?2 persons.
- After being out cf the State si
months H. L, Lloyd, of Dalling toi
has been arrested in Texas and willi
brought back to this State to stat
trial for th? forgery of a promise)
note to the amount of. $162 on tl
People's bank of Darlington.
: - The trustees cf the Gibbes b
quest bought at Charleston the site *
the Old Grand opera hoiiso on Moe
ing street and will ereot on it tho a
Institute which was presented
Charleston by the late James Gibbo
Mr. Gibbes lett in his will more thi
$100,000 to the city of Charleston.
- The contract has been let f
furnishing oroBSties for the rebuildi:
cf the railroad from Greenville
Marietta, kno *n as the "Ssramp Ri
bit" ro ad - ^hion ?rac abandoned yee
ago. The road will be built by a b
lumber company that has bong
thousands of acres of timber at t
foot of the Bino Ridge mountains.
- G. K. Russell, of Walhalla, w
went to Union to do some plumbi
for the Barr Hardware Company,
Greenville, was instantly killed
the explosion of a drum in a so
iouotain which was being teoharg
by Kugene Soafe, who.was not bu
Russell was watching the filling oft
drum and when it exploded it tor
hob in his skull six or oight incl
- On April 8 Julius Matthews, i
morly of Marion, led to Hymen's al
the girl of his ohoioo. He carri
his bride, Miss Lilly Staivey, to I
loo, Whare lifo'a journey began m
auspiciously. Three weeks ago i
v?as stricken with fever, which en<
in her death last week. Jmt siS
; weeks from the day of their marris
claim her bridal robes, her moi
! >iu?i?ri were carried to and ?nterrec
; the family burial ground near
town of Marion.
- A few nights ago groans juste
side the house awoke the family
.WV T. MoFali, at Pickens, and uj
investigation the unconscious bod]
Graig Mauldin, aoollogo student
nephew cf Mr. MoFoll, who was BOC
ing tho night with him, was fo
lying on the ground under a Wind
Being afflicted with somn?mbula
tendencies, young Mauldin wal
out a seoond story window w
asleep on to a shed, and- from tl
fell tc tho ground, a distance of
feet, sustaining serious Injuries.
Eight thousand barbers are out
ou a strike in the city of Chicago.
- An earthquake in Asiatic Tur
key destroyed a tcv/n and killed hun
dreds of people.
-- Arrests have been made of post
masters in the Philippine Islands for
robbing the government.
- A mob of men in Newoastle,
Wyoming, lynched a rancher for mur
dering a man and his wife.
- Thousands .of poople in Kansas
are being rondored homeless by floods.
The situation at Topeka is desperate.
- Eight trainmen were killed on.
Wedn?sday in a collision of two
freight trains on the Southern near
- A tornado destroyed the house of
W. B. Wilson near Hereford, Tesas,
on Thursday and his wife and baby
were killed in it.
- President Samuel Spenoer an
nounces that the Southern railway
will bo double tracked from Washing
ton to Atlanta.
- A largo tobacco warehouse back
ed by Andrew Carnegie is to be start
ed in Riohmond and operated exclu
sively by negroes.
-- The boll weevil has begun opera
tions in Southern Texas. It oan be
counted upon to keep down the supply
ofeotton in the West.
- Mrs. Tho?. Countess and her
servant Margaret Morris were instant
ly killed by lightning at Moridianville,
Ala., on Wednesday night.
- It is probable that the national,
SOlitical conventions will be. held ?a
t. Louis, next year, as the delegates
will be able to take in the exposition.
- The attorney .general of Texas
has taken steps to break up an alleged
insurance trust aud has entered suit
againt fifty-nine foreign fire insurance
' - Mrs. Adeline Patti will revisit
America in November. She will sing
sixty nights for $5.000 a'night. . Ber
notes will be too high for the aver ago
- There were 35 heat prostrations
in New York oity ou Wednesday, seven
of them proving fatal, arid there were
three deatha from sunstroke the sal
day in Philadelphia.
- Terrible details of suffering and
death have been reported-as a result
of a famine in Kwangsi. Chino. Owing
to three' successive failures of crops,
people are dying-by the hundreds.
- General John 8. Mosby, the fa
mous Confederate cavalry officer, who
is ut prosont nt Montgomery Ala., is
enjoying excellent health', with ap
parently many years of activity before
- A train on the Chesapeake and
Ohio railroad was wrecked by the
spreading of rails. The engineer and
fireman Were killed and- tho engine,
mail coach and two passenger coaches
wore demolished, r
- Andrew Bailey Young,-of Bel
mont, N. H., who is 91 years old,
still lives in the house in which he
was born.. He and his wife celebrated
the sixty-sixth anniversary of their
marriage, last week.
- The estate of Captain William
Dunovant, who waa killed io Texas
last year, has just been appraised at
$691,126.50. There are 3,500 aores in
cate, 3,000 in rico and tho balance in
cotton and corn, the: Whole acreage
--News comes of a horrible disaster
in Armenia Thursday. An earth
quake destroyed the town of Malas
quierd, two thousand people, includ
ing seven hundred Armenians, and
.four hundred soldiers in garrison,
- Mrs. Effie L. Carson, who shot
and killed Robert Rigoby in Macon,
Ga., some months ago for making
slanderous remarks about her. has
been acquitted. When the verdi ot of
the . jury was ancoUneedthere was con
- It xs estimated that there are
close on to 200,000 men idle in the
diff?rent boroughs of Greater New
Yo.k as a result of strikes ordered by
different unions and the lookout de
oided upon by material and contrac
tors in their fight against tho union's.
- The Supreme court of the United
States reversed the decision of the
Supreme court of. North Carolina,
whioh stated that a suit in which the
Southern Railway was concerned could
not be moved from the State. The
Federal court held that it was a for
eign corporation and the case was re
movable to the'Federal ooa:t.
- A lot of young fellows in an
Ohio town had a good time with a
tramp lest week. They- took him into
a shed, gave him a good bath, shaved
him and out his hail*. They then
bought a new suit of elothes, white
shirt and standing collar and dressed
him out complete. But whon they
attempted to burn his hobo clothes he
objected and fought for .them with
suoh desperation their suspicions were
aroused and upon searching they found
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-- A singular ease has oems to the
notice of the physicians io Charlotte,
N. C. ?T. T. Rushing, of that oity,
has a little son about two years old,
Who has always been very delicate.
He appeared to suffer greatly with his
-throat for a few months, and then his
lungs seemed, to be affected; 'twas
feared he had consumption. A few
days ago his mother noticed some
thing hard on his back just below the
I shoulder, and touching it found a
needle, which ?be pulled out without
any trouble. The needle was very
rusty, and the child must have swal
lowed it when he was very yonng.
The little child bids fair to bc very
healthy now and bis case is exoitiog a
good deal of ictercit.
Bov. John M. Landor, a missionary
from Brazil, was unable to fill his ap
pointment at this place on a<u?or>nt of
sickness in his family. His brother,
Prof. Lander, of tho Willinnistou Fe
male College, delivered an eloquent
lecture on Christian education.
Prof. J. E. Chatham, ot Abbeville,
principal of tho High School at this
place, has returned home to spend va
2 Mrs. B. S. Fant has been quito sick
for tho past fow days.
J/iss Helen Speared is spending
awhilo with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Fel
ton, at Ho noa Path.
Calhoun Harris, of Anderson, spent
Sunday with hie father, J. C. Harris.
Bliss Mattie Bruce, who has befen
attending the Brenan college nt Gain ao
ville. Ga., has returned home to spend
Messrs. E. S. Mahaffey, Jr., James
MoCarley, Alec Bowen, J. C. and Mrs.
Boggs wont on the excursion to Atlan
ta last week.
Allen Marett, and family, of Fair
Play, visited C. D. Uiles SuDday.
Rev. B. E. L. Campbell, ot Laurena,
visited relatives in this vicinity quite
Mr. Wright and daughter. Miss Hat
tie, of Fair Play, attended the lecture
Mrs. W. W. Woolbright visited her
father. B. Bagwell, at Seneca.
Louis Ledbetter, of Anderson, is
spending awhile with his grandmother,
Mrs. E. E. Ledbetter.
Messrs. Henderson and Graham, of
Anderson, were in this vicinity quite
Messrs. L.O. and J. B. Bruce attend
ed the Sunday School Convention at
Seneca last week.
There will be prayor meeting every
Sunday night at the Baptist Church at
this place. All are cordially invited
to attend? Pansy.
* " ' am
Miss Elizabeth Wyobe, of Elberton,
who has been visiting Miss Ethel Speer,
left Saturday to viBit friends at Easley
before returning home.
Tho Lowndesville High School closed
last Thursday and on Friday a picnic
was given in the grove near the Meth
odist Church. Hon. Isaao ifoCalla
and Congressman Wyatt Aiken made
short speeches. For the past two
years the sohool has been : successfully
taught by Profs. J. F. Harper and H.
T. Brooks. Prof. Harper was- reelect
ed for another term, hnt Prof. Brooks
declined reelection, as it is his inten
tion to enter a ??edical College next
Miss Kathleen Norry ce, of Anderson,
is visiting J/lss Nellie Bowman.
Mrs. Weston Harper is vi bi tin g Mrs.
P. B. Allen at Starr.
Mr. Clarence Young, of Anderson,
spent Friday with the family of Mr. J.
T. I -\timer.
Miss Macio Bell, daughter of Mr. Jas.
Bell, who was carried to Augusta a
week ago and operated on for appen
\ dicitis.ls doing nicely, and will soon
be able to return home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ardra Pressley came
down from Anderson yesterday to
spend a few daye vi th Mr. Caleb Clink
scales'family before going to Cincin
nati, where Mr. Pressley has accepted
a lucrative position.
Dr. T. O. Kirkpatrick has returned
home after having taken, a special
cour36 in medicine.* .
Miss Lil Huckabee has returned
home after a visit to friends and rela
tives in Verderey, Greenwood and
Messrs. J. F. Barnes, Heard and
Wy che, of Elberton, spent yesterday
Dr. J. E. Watson and S. B. Sherard,
of Iva, attended the picnio here Fri
%ne 1. _ Vedei. .
Harris Bridge Items.
We have been blessed with a little
shower of rain, which was beneficial
to all the farmers.
John Wilson, of Oconee, has been
visiting his brother, J. J. Wilson.
Ira Cannon, of Abbeville, was the
welcome visitor of friends and loved
ones here. Come again, Mr. Cannon,
we are always glad to see you.
The crops look very well in our sec
tion, considering everything.
Clem and Claud Harris attended the
union meeting at Neal's Creek last
Sunday. Surely some attraction must
be down there for these yoong men.
J. C. Holder and little daughter,
Savannah, visited her grandfather, S.
A. Hutchison, at Elberton, Ga.
Will Knox went on a business trip to
West Union last week,
i Mr. aad Mrs. Jim Harvin, of Ander
son, recently visited the family of Mr.
and Mrs. John Brown.
The following went on the excursion
to Atlanta last Wednesday: Messrs.
Clem and Claud Harris, Allen Brown,
Sam Buchanan, John Green, John Mc
Clellan and Foster Mullikin.
Jim McCellan and pretty daughter,
Miss Nellie, of Anderson, visited tho
former's sister, Mrs. Oscar Harris, last
Mrs. Bettie Campbell has the finest
garden this scribe has seen. Mrs.
ampbell is a popular and up-to-date
gardener. A Maiden.
Flat Rock News.
- We are glad to state that we have
had a fine rain. The farmers haven't
had enough rain in four weeks lo bring
up cotton until yesterday (8unday)
wnen we had a good season.
Dr. B. A. Thompson has moved his
family back to the country, having
moved to Anderson last fall to school
his chiUren. . . . .' _
A njad dog was killed near Anderson
last week. The little folks had netter
be very caret ol how they play on the
side of roads. . , , .
S. L. Stevenson has reached homo
from j9f (ami, Fla., where he has been for
some time. . " ...
J. E, Carter, of Hartwell, Ga., visit
ed his mother's family last week.
Miss Corrie Thompson has been very
sick at Charleston, where she is attend
ing school. , . . ' 1
Hiss Lucy Carter is improving af tor
along illness, much to the joy of her
friends. , ._.?, _
Henry Brown and wife visited near
here last Sunday. Blue Eyes.
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
dollrra to lend oo Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. P. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Ditching Shovels-Alf kinds and at
lowest prices. Sullivan Hardware Co.
have ten patterns of Shovels from whloh
you can toke your choice.
wivxa.^a. T XXX- XIV/* UV?
Still Moving Albu
The Biggest Spring Trade of
Satisfied customers ls the secret of it.
?filmore than the worth of your dollar or your dollar back.
We are making a speoialty of
Ladies' Black Dress Goods
This Spring, and my ! the quantities we are selling. WHY ?
Because we are fixed on them. Selling price given at tho
Store and not in the papers, as it would take too muoh time
and space to list them all.
And see how muoh CHEAPER we are than others.
To look at our BLACK GOODS means you, will buy.
Watch this space.
Good things to tell you from time to time. N
Yours to please,
ALL SORTS OF BIG BARGAINS !
QWE are making SPECIAL PRICES on Goods in all De
Note particularly our prices on Hardware and Stoves.
They are lower than ever before made in this market on the
same class of Goods.
6-inoh Toy Brass Band.20o
A good Hand Saw.3o9
A better Hand 8aw. .?.^ 75o
A Guaranteed Hand Saw.1.15
Cast Nail Hammer. 10o
Steel Nail Hammer.25o
5- inch Sorew Driver.10c
6- inoh " ". 15o
8-inch " " .25o
A small Hatohet.. 5o
A larger Hatchet....10o
A larger ami better Hatchet.15o
Our bebt ?u.tcuot.25o
6-inoh Monkey Wrench.. .23o
Hand Saw Fiieo. 5o
12-inoh Mill Saw Files.15o
14-inoh Horse Shoe Hasp.25o
4-inch Pliers.. lOo
6-inoh Pliers. 15o
Cutting Pliers..25o and 35o
25-foot Tape Measure.25c
10-inoh Brace, 50o kind.25o
10-inoh Ratchet Brace, $1.00 kind 50o
10-inoh Batohet Brace, nickel pla
ted, $1.25 kind.75o
Bitts for above Braces.5o and up
Briok Mason's Trowel. 55o
Pointing Trowel. 20o
Oil Stones, large size.25o
Spring Door Hinges, complete... 15o
Garden Trowels. 5o
Spading Forks...?.......?-. 5o
Taoks, per box. lo
Sure Catch Mouse Trap. So
5- holo Tin Mouse Trap. 5o
Sure Catoh Kat Trap. lOo
Towel Roller. lOo
Egg Beater..2o to 100
Porcelain-lined Lemon Squeezer.. 25c
Spring Cork Sorew, 25c kind.lOo
Water Coolers.$2.25 to $2.50
Compare these prices on Ice Cream
?-Pint Ice Cream Freezer.$1.25
2- Quart Ice Cream Freezer. 1.45
3- Quart loo Cream Freezer.1.75
4 Quart Ice Cream Freezer.2.00
6- Quart Ice Cream Freezer.2.50
8 Quart Ice Cream Freezer.3.25
Heavy Hotel Tumblers, set.35o
Fly Traps.12o and 15o
Spring Balanoes. lOo
Dinner Bells.5o to 500
Whitewash Brushes.5c up to 25o
Briok Butter Moulds.30o
Aluminum Table Spoons, set.... 6O0
Aluminum Tea Spoons, set.30o
Coat and Hat Hooks, dozen.15o
Kitchen Cleavers. 25o
Knives and Forks.45c
RANGES AND COOKING STOVES.
CD Our leader in RANGES are :
THE MARBLE CITY. S27 60
THE MAlttiLE CITY-larger. 9*. 'g
In COOKING STOVES our leaders aro :
THE PET.... .... 8 00
SOUTHERN STAR..... 1200
The difference in nrioes is really the only difforonoe betweon these Stoves
and Ranges and other "high grade Stoves and Ranges add at $40.00 and $50.00.
Get one of our Stoves or Rangos and you will have the satisfaction of
knowing that, though your neighbor' paul a bigger prioe, she has nothing
^et'*r' Yours always truly, *
JOHN A. AUSTIN AND THE MAGNET,
And the 5c and 10c Store-The Man down nest to^he Post Office that Sells