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THE PO?CY ?F THIS STORE 18 TO
ju the broadest end truest sense of the word, to render unto
each on^ every customer the degree of
Which ia justly due them. To carry In Stock at all times
the NEWEST and BEST? Consequently during the Summer
months, when merchants generally lei their stocks run low,
and are short cn many desirable articles, you will find our
Stock FRESH, NEW and COMPLETE in every department.
WE BUY OFTI
Thereby Getting the LATEST !
We are now showing a popular line of
Summer Neckwear for ladies,
- Summer Handkerchiefs, .
\ ; Summer Hosiery,
Summer If otions,
r' ' Summer Embroideries,
Summer White Goods,
Lir Summer Muslins,
\ Summer Bress Goods.
SUMMER MILLINERY !
Especially Pretty Summer RIBBONS.
T j?ge variety of kind?, colors and -widths.
A moat complete stock of Summer Waists, Skirt?, Un
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A more attractive line of
Summer Oxfords and Shoes 1
For men, women and children cannot be
found in this city.
Many things to beautify and make pleasant, cool and
comfortable tho summer home.
If ye ^ are g??g away during the Limmer for pleasure,
rest or health-to seashore, mountain or country-you wi?l
find in our Store m?ny necessaries for such trip.
Our poHcy is to supply the people with
mCMT PH8C?S !
WMesale sM Eetail Dealers in
. vis-"?3K.H .?OK.
_WM)NK8J!>?Yi JUNE 24, l^QS. |
?K^E* S^rard, of AbbeviJ'e, was in
the city yesterday.
.?tSS^JS^*^ ^scarce and in
great demand in the city.
Cotton tat gene hoyend the 13 cents
Point. But th? farmers ain'tsin it
Jicd^PJ*^?* ii"* Atlanta, ia
vi-riiing relatives maud near the city.
L. P. Smith will ran his excursion to
Charleston next Wednesday, Joly UU
4l0c^ weather prophet says that
July wiU be a dry month m thia ieo
??^????!?lS M?3**? ol Greenvale, ia]
J? the city visiting her sister, Mrs.
L. s. Mattison and wife, of Colum
rt?attvw?11 ?l^y visiting friends and
?W^^A**1?? of Baltimore, ia in
^ugfiin ^ Mrs' *** ?*
. A number of the teachers of tho
if Snt?.<Se.?kttendin* BtateNormal
at Bock mu.
i.f J\?eot! Murray, of Macon, ?a,,
is in the city visiting bis mother ana
othe r relatives. ?
The first of July is nearly here, and
we bavtt not seen or heard ot a cotton
bloom ?>ia season.
Mr. P. 8. P Brace.-of Elberton,
Ga., is in the city visiting his sister,
Mrs, J. N. Brown.
O.P.Hammond, oil Greenville, haa
been spending a few days in Anderson
ia.SeT; H? Murchison wUl preach at
Plat Bock Church next Sunday af ter
noon at 4 o'clock.
Some of the young men of the city
are arranging^ hav? a grand yali
during Gala Week.
i Capt. V/. ?i Henry and wife, of El
berton, Ga., ure m.tho city visiting
their son. Dr. 13. A. Henry.
Mrs. H. L. Fant and children, of Wal
halla, are ?pending a few days in An
derson visiting relatives.
The farmers have been making good '
use of the fine weather the past week,
and very few of them have visited the
'. The health officer should look close
after the sanitary condition of the
town., This ia very important at this
Bev, N. iii HolmeS> &h evangelist is
conducting a series of meetings in a
large tent on the vacant lot opposite
the City Hall.
Tho soda fountains and ice dealers
are doing a rushing business these
warm days. There's no kick coming
from them about the weather.
Cotton has become so very scarce
that the mills are riot so particular
about the grade. Juet any old thing
with bagging on it brings a fancy
. The Court of Common Pleas for An
derson County convenes in this city
next Monday at 10 O'clock a. m. Jurors
and witnesses should be on hand
Married, on Thursday, June 18,1008,
at the home of the .bride's father, B.
W. Pickens, by Bev. W. B. Hawkins,
Bev.. George A. Martin and Miss Mar
ion Pickens, both Of Anderson County.
Jfaj. Ben. Patrick, commandment of
cadets at the Alabama Polytechnic In
stitute, and Mts. Pauline Gurganus,
teacher of vocal music in the Judson
Female institute, ?lsrion, Ala., are in
the city visiting relatives.
We are greatly indebted ti our clever
friend, W. T. Hickman, formerly of
Anderson but sow living at Oakland.
Fl*.- for ? eriits of vsry uue tomatoes,
which came by expresa a few days ago.
Such treats are always highly appro-'
ciatcd by the pjor printers.
Miss. Nelle Reese, an attractive
young - lady of Abboville, who
nae been spending some time in ,the
city with friends, returned to her home
last Saturday. Miss Beese is quite
popular in Anderson a d her friends
were sorry to see her ?opart.
There wUl be ah. election at Flat
Bock Church next Saturday afternoon
from 1 to fl o'clock for the .purpose of
selecting three school trastees to serve
that district the ensuing two years.
Every voter in tho district ls urged to
go out and participate in the election.
Mrs. jennie Timmerman died Mon
day morning, 15th inst., at the residence
ef nor son-in-law, J. P: Bagwell, at
Bolton, in the 60th year vf her age,
\ She had been ia confirmed invalid xor
12 or 14 years, though the immediate
cause of her death was malarial fever.
Alvin Lollis, son of W. N. Lolita,
died last Wednesday night at his homo
at the Orr Mills, after au illness Of sev
eral weeks. He was about 16 years of
age, and a steady and industri?os boy.
On Friday the remains were carried to
Cedar Grove Church, in Belton Town
ship, and interred.
Mies Belle Wicker, of Farmesville,
Va., is in the city the guest of Mrs. T.
Gordon White. Miss Wicker has been
teaching in Anderson cinco leaving tho
school here. She is a teacher of rare
ability and the Anderson school is most
fortunate in being able to have her as
one Of their faculty.-Abbeville Press
and Banner. ^
At their meeting in Snartanbnrg last
week the trastees of Woffbrd College
conferred the degree of doctor of di
vinity upon Bev, John M. Landor.
Lr. Lander is the eldest son of Bev. S.
Lander, D. D., president r ;ho Wil
liamson Female College, ar has been
a missionary to Brasil for the past ten
or twelve years. He will wear the
honor with modesty and dignity.
Chiquola Lodge, No. 82, Knights of
Pythias, held a "lodge of sorrow" io
the Opera House last Thursday after
noon m memory of deceased members,
and the occasion was a most interest
ing and impressive one. Col. J. M.
Knight of sumter. Grand Chancellor
of the Grand Lodge of South Carolina,
honored tu? occasion with his presence
?nd delivered a mmi eloquent memo
rial address, which was highly enjoyed
bv all whose good fortone it waa to
A*" ?be home of h or sister, Mr'J( B. B.
?HtVis, at 1 o'clock last Wednesday
night, Miss Ann Davis breathed her
last after years of intense ouft'erlng
with cancer. She was about f>5 years
old and had been a member or tho
Methodist Church for many years.
Death was not to har tho "king of ter
rors" bufan angel who brought blessed
relief from pain and endless peace and
toy. Her romains were interred Friday
at Sandy Springs. In toe absence of
her pafttor. tho funeral *ervice? were
conducted by Bev. Norman Prince.
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^fiKiFEJ AdftmBi of Greenville, is
vWtlng friendo and relatives in tho i
Prc?. Marshall Moore, of tbocitv 1
?caucus, nus gone to tho mountains to
?pend a few weeks. i
Miss Eleanor Cochra?, has gone to j
S?ftE* wh???he wiU take a post- i
gradnato conree in tho Chicago uni- (
. .Coh 8. W. Wilkes? accompanied by
his wife and daughter, of Atlanta, Gar.
ia,in the city visiting relatives and
Dr. A. C. Strickland attended the
annnol meeting of tho Tristate Den-!
tal Association at Winston-Salem, N. |
C., last week.
A sumber of che factory operatives
from Clifton and Pacolet nave come to
Anderson and accepted poaitione in
oar cotton mills.
Rev. B. G. Barries, of Piedmont, has
peen ?pending a few day? In and near
the city visiting relatives, and gave ns
a pleasant call yesterday.
Fine time this for sowing peas! With
seasons right, with prices right, do the
right thing by sowing every aero of
stnbble and other waste land in peas.
Mrs. O. M. Heard, of Anderson, S.
C., :a visiting relatives in Elberton.
She is spending several days this week
with Mrs. H. K. Gairdner and Mrs. J.
E. Johnson.-Elberton (Ga.) Tribune.
There will be an all-day sluging at
Flat Rock Church next Sunday. 28th
ina*., conducted by Prof. T. W. Ban
ister, of this County, and Prof. T. M.
Locke, of Hartwell, Ga. The pnblic is
invited to attend. v
Married, on Wednesday evening,
June 17,1903, at the home of the bride's
father, Thomas M. Nesbitt, in Lau
rens County, S. C., by Rev. A. A.
James, Mr. M%L. Sullivan, of this city,
and Miss Pearl Nesbitt.
Last Thursday the Savannah Valley
Railroad trestle over Rocky River, near
Lowndesville, caught ?ro and was
partly barned, and the passenger train
did not got through to this city until
next day. The damage was slight.
One of tho three vacancies in the
graded school faculty has been filled
by the election ot Miss Estelle Anil, ot
Pendleton. S. C.. as primary teacher.
?Miss Aull is a 1003 graduate of Win
throp, and comes with high recommen
The Anderson County Teachers
Normal open sd at the Central Grade?]
School building in thia city last Mon
day morning and will be In session foni
weeks. Up to last night about 61
teachers were enrolled, and others nr<
expected to come In this week.
3irs. Scott Russell, wife of G. W
Russell, died at her home in Pendletoi
Township last Wednesday night, 8h<
was ill only a short while and the an
nouncementof her death was a ?rea
shock to her friends and relative!
i Mrs. Russell waa a daughter of the lat
Thomas Dickson and about 68 years o
age. On Thursday the remains wer
interred in the Old Stone Chnrch-yart
Mr. R. L. Keys returned yesterda
from Charleston, where he has bee
spending a few days visiting his brote
er-in-law. Col. Geo. A. Wagner. Th
latter gentleman has been in feebl
I health and confined to Ms home for
long time, but is now inproving rapid
ly, and able to ride ont. This nev;
i will be heard with great pleasure b
the many friends of Col. Wagne
throughout this section.
J?ire. Rachel Kay died at the home c
her son-in-law, H. S. Brooks, in Mil
ville, last Sunday night, after an il
ness of several weeks, aged 70 year
On Monday afternoon the remains wei
intoned in Whitefield Churchyard, i
William eton Township, the fun or,
services being conducted by Re
Henry Martin. Mrs. Kay was high
esteemed by a wide circle of friend
who deeply sympathize with the foi
sono and one daughter who are left .
cherish her memory.
Charles M. Ragsdale. who lived oi
on the TIW^ITA Milo River side of tl
County, died on the evening of t?
14th instant, after a lingering illne
from a complication of diseases, supe
. induced by consumption. He leaves
.widow and several children, besides
host of relatives and friends to mon
his death. He was a good Christi
gentleman and citizen and will
gently missed by all who know hil
ls remains wei? carried to his c
home near Honea Path ead interr
on Monday.-Pickens Sentinel- Journ
Last Saturday application was ma
-before Judge Klugh at Abbeville foi
receiver for the firm of Davie & Dani
who are conducting a shoo atore in tl
city and one at Greenwood. Theapp
cation was made - returnable bott
Judge Aldrich in this city next Mc
day. The embarrassment of the fi
is due to the failure of the City Ba
of Greenwood, which had been can
ing the firm's naper, and the appin
tics for a receivership la u step tow?
winding up the bank's aifaira. ?
rangements aro pending looking
waru a settlement and lt is hoped
have the two Btores of tho gen tien:
running again as usual in a ah
. The Greenville News of the T
inst, says: "The estimate ot cost
construction of the proposed Grc<
ville-Anderson interurban trolley ll
has been completed by Civil Engin
Jos. E. Sirrin o and forwarded to J
George E. Coughlln in Indla?apo!
Ind. It is said that the estimate d
not exceed the expectation- of '.
Conghlin and his financial support?
In view of this fact and in accorda
with a statement of Dr. Coughlln
road is sure to be built. Dr. Congi
will arrive in Greenville in a few dr
and lt is expected that ohortly af tel
comes here he will begin preparati
for the building of the road."
Merried, on Jane 14th, 1008, at
residence of the bride's mother, A
M. J. Dullard. 2108 Hyde street, I
Francisco. Cal., by Bc Dr. J.
Wills.of the First Presby terina Chm
Mr. James A. Morrow, subsistence
partaient, U. S. Army, and Miss ?
aie W. Ballard, eldest daughter of
late,James A? Ballard. After a b
honeymoon the couple will reside
Fort ?Hey, Cal;, where tho formel
now stationed. The groom is a na1
of this Coonty, and has many trie
here who w ill join us in extending c
gratolatior s and wishing he and
lovely bride a happy and prosper
Journey through lifo .
Mrs. J.J. Gray, of An treville, Ab
villo County, committed Suicide
Sunday at her home by: ? taking p
green. She had grown deepondentc
th? dftAtb of har hn&Unnd, which OC<
red a few months ago, and her ni
' was affected by ill health. She
tried several times before to take
life. She took the poison about
o'clock on Sunday morning. As s
as the illness which resulted wos
covered Dr. J. A. Anderson was ca
lu and he administered all poss
medical aid bur. no relief came,
she died at 8 o'clock that af tern?
Mrs. Gray was 05 years old, and lei
a wide circle of friends and relat
in both this and Abbeville Cor
who deeply regret her deatfc.
Mrs. O?rjrftD, accompanied by her?
laughter. Misa Chisholm, of Savannah,1
i?'\!yu.AS?e.,?on?Wtlng her daugh
ter, Mrs, Joh.? B. Cochra*,; Jr.
Capt. R Thornley Smith, thoefficient
md popular conductor of the freight
^ on the Savannah Valle* Railroad,
w**P?42ni? May Deacon, of Mc
.^T"! ?* ?aarried at - the home
if the un du tomorrow.
Jfre. Minnie Bogga, wife ot Solicitor
Bogga, died at her home in Pickens
r???JW morning She had been an
invalid for several months and her
little children survive her. She was a
moat estimable Christian woman, and
bad many friends in this section who
regret to hear cf her death.
Miss Alma Spearman, a popular
young lady of this city, was married
last Wednesday ni~ht to Wm. 8. Pen
ny, formerly of Abbeville, 8. C., but
noTC *. prominent young business man
of Bainbridge, Qu. The wedding was .
a quiet home affair, only a few intimate
friends of the bride and groom being
present. The home of the bride's sis
ter, Mrs. C. E. Buchanan, where tho
ceremony was performed, waa taste
fully decorated, and the ceremony waa
impressively performed by Bev. J. D.
Chapman, D. D. On Thursday morn
ing the happy couple went to Abbe
ville to spenu a lew days with relatives
before going to their home in Georgia.
Preston B. Mitohell committed sui
cide near his home, two miles west of
Belton, on Monday afternoon, 15th
inst., by shooting himself with a dou
ble-barrelled shot gan. For a number
of years the deceased Lad been afflicted
with apelle of insanity, and had three
times spent several months in the in
sane aivylum in Columbia, but would
recover sufficiently to be adjudged
safe and sent home. For the past sev
eral weeks ho bad been gradually
growing worse again, but it was not
deemexTnecessary to confine him and
hs has been enjoying the liberty of
walking around over his farm. On
Monday af ternoon he walked out and
remarked to hia wife that he was going
to the bottom lands to see his crop ot
corn. Later in the afternoon Mrs.
Mitchell noticed that his gun had been
removed from its accustomed place
and she began to Bnspect that her hus
band had taken it with him. The af
ternoon passed away and she began to
grow alarmed at his absence. She no
tified the hands on <;he farm who began
a search for him, and, failing to find
him, the neighbors were notified and a
more thorough search was instituted
and kept up until early Wednesday
morning when his body was found in a
piece of woods about three hundred
Sards from his home. Ho was lying on
is back with his gun tied to a small
tree. A string about ten feet long
had been fastened to the trigger and in
this manner he bad managed to shoot
himself. On examination lt was found
that tho entire load from the gun had
entered the unfortunate man'B left
breast near the heart, and, no doubt,
caused instant death. The body WOB
I in a badly decomposed state, but it was
neatly dressed by kfud neighbors and
interred in the Ile) ?on cemetery that
afternoon. The deceased is the young
est mm of the late Marion Michell and
I about 40 years of age. He was au up
' right, worthy citizen, and highly es
teemed by a wido circleof friends, who
! deeply sympathize with the sorely be
I reaved widow who is left to mourn his
! sad fate.
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The Brushy Creek F m ging Conven
tion will meet at Siloam Churoh on
next Sunday, 28th inst. Several good
singers are expected to beat this meet
ing. Everybody JB invited. Bring
yonr basket and your books.
B. A. Gentry. Seo.
EXCURSION TO CHARLESTON I
On aooount of the heavy raina I was
not able to run tba Excursion to Char lea
ton on 8th of June sa advertised. I have
i soured the Train for another date, and
the Bxoundon will re run from Walhalla
to Oharlastnn on WR?RESb?Y, SZJ
?i? BBL Train will -leave Walhalla at
8.45 a. m.i Anderson at 10.16 a. m. Ar
rive in Charleston about 8 p. m. Leave
Charleston o a Frldsy, July 3rd, st 12
o'clock mid-day. Fore from Anderson
93.00 for round trip. This ls a conven
ient schedule, very cheap rate, and plen
ty of time lo the olty. If you want to
take this delightful trip to the Atlantic
Ocean, just ooma right along. You will
never bave a better chance. Remember,
I do not want any "Smart Alecks" or
drunken fools. I want only decent and
respectable people. If you intend to go
won't you kindly let it be known to my
self or my Agents, so I con provide for
your comfort. Very respectfully,^
L. P. SMITH.
FOR RALE.-A lot of second band
CHURCH PEWS st a bargain. Apply
to O. M. Guest. ' 1 4s
When Penal-Cola was given to the pub?
Ho it took the people by storm and waa
pronounced by ail aa a most delloous and
refreshing drink; beneficial to tho nerves
end assisting the dleeetton, invigorating
and satiating. Will not keep one
DESTRUCTION of the Great Clifton
and Pacolet Mills, beautiful illustrated
souvenirs, suitable for framing. A gronp
or eight correct views taken oefore and
after tub diBaaurou* floods Of June Otb.
85 cents each or S3 per dozen Only a
limited supply will be issued. Send or
ders at once to- ,
The Artistic Souvenir Co.,
2t Forest City N. C.
Refined, up-to data people at ways want
tho best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the beat PHO
TOGRAPHERS in tho South. They do
not watte their skill on cheap, fsding
interesting to Asthma Sufferers. j
Daniel Bsnte of Ottervllle.Iows, writes:
"I have had us.bma for the past three or
four years and have tried about all the
cough and asthma cures io the market
and have received treatment from physi
cians in New York and other cities, but
fot very little benefit until I tried Foleys
ioney and Tar which gave me immedi
ate relief and I will never be without it
id my house. I sincerely recommend it
to ali."-Evans' Pharmacy.
A Card. v y
There ls an impression among some
that we are "Belling ont," wbloh is a mis
take. We are not thinking of closing out
the business. Fresh goods received con
stan tly. However, cha doora will.be
closed for a few weeks thia slimmer for
vf cation. Wilhite A Wllhlte.
- The man who talks; about the
weather is an angel of mercy compar
ed with the man who talks about all
the smart things his children say.
Bridge to Lot
ON Joly 21,1003, st 12 o'clock m. we
will let to the lowest bidder the building
of Danham's Bridge over Salnda River.
The letting to be at the. bridge. Plana
and speoincatloLB to be made known on
dey of letting.
J. N. VANDIVER,
C>. Supervisor Anderson Co.
J. E. SPEEGLE.
Co. Supervisor Greenville Co.
I n I T fifi
Where the cost of merchandise
is absolutely ignored. That's the
situation here to-day, to-morrow,
and every day until this Stock
has been closed out. We are go
ing to quit, and every Suit, pair
of Shoes, Hat, in fact every piece
of Men's Furnishings in this Store
will be sold
AMD LESS THAN COST
You know the lines we carry,
and you know they are dependa
ble in every particular, and you
know that it is impossible to buy
better than we sell. Dont delay
until your size is gone.
Store to Rent.
waa oAMrar A. FIWR(8TOOK OF
OATS, ^ TOBACCO,
Together with a general supply' of the necessaries of life. -^tl can make ifc
to yonr interest to trade with ne, >
Jobbers prices or HATCHET TOBACCO-beat mude for the money. -
Your buainees is highly appreciated by
WE have unloaded a great quantity of our Stock, bnt still have left ar
great deal of good Staple Merchandise to oner at EXACT COST,, which
A GREAT SAVING TO BUYERS.
100 dozen Men's all Linen Collars.. 5c each
65 dozen Men's Black and Polka Dot Seamless Hose. 5o pair
57 dozen Mieses' Seamless Black Hose, sizes 5 to 8J. 5o pair
53 dozen Men's Drill Drawers, 25c kind, now. .15c pair
ll dozen Linen Window Shader, 35c kind, complete.19c e$ch
56 dozen Men's Black Hali Hose, 5c kind. 2-ic pair
7 dozen Men's Work Overahirts, former price 50o, now.30c
5 dozen Men's Work Oversbirts, former price 25c, now.19c
78 Men's Suits left, cost means.. .82.60 to 80.00 Suit
80 Boys' Suits left, sizes 1 to 13 years, price.55o to $1.73 Suit
86 pairs Men's Pants, price.38c to $2.00 pair
146 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, tho best value in the house, made up from Man
ufacturers' remnants, sizes 3 to 17, price.15c to 35c
Wo have left about $2,500 worth of Shoes. This is excellent stock, and
if we can fit you means dollars in your pocket.
We are well sold on Dry Goods, but still have about 1200 yaids Stan
dard Prints at 4c and 4Jc per yard, about 700 yards Chambray Ginghams,
former price 8c, now 6 lc. Good styles. Two Bolts Bleached 8-4 Sheetin?
per yard 12jc, worth 20c. t
We have thousands of things which *e cannot mention in an advertise
mei , and which we are selling out at New York Cost
A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU.
DEXTER GROCERY COMPANY,
Successors to D. C. Brown & Bro., South Main Street.
A.t all Soda J^oimtaixis *
The Most Satisfying, Cooling, Refreshing,
Invigorating and Delicious. : : : : : ?
DOES NOT EXCITE THE NBBVES !