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If you contemplate going away during the Summer
either to tho mountains or seashore; or for any cause what
ever you desire to buy
Dress Suit Cases,
Be sure to call and see our Stock, Wo do not mean to boast,
but we have without doubt the largest and best assorted line
ever shown in this city. Our Stock combines
Why buy a cheap article when you can get a good article
cheap? We have trunks from tho cheap numbers up as
2)0 not fail to see
Oombinaticn of convenience, comfort
and durability. Will not get out of
order. Superior to the ordinaryTray.
Our Dress Suit Ceases
E?ago in prices from the cheap
numbers up to $10.00.
Splendid Leather Gases
Small Hand Grips and Bags
In a variety of sizes, styles and prices.
We are always pleased to show our 15ne.
Cali and see.
Wholesale ari RstsOl Baalers in
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1903.
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. Mies Elmer CllnkBcalee, of Due Weat,
ie vating relatives io the city.
Anderson ia distressingly healthy ia
tho opinion of the medical fraternity.
The eon tractors have commenced
work on the new graded ec-bovl build
Blisses Eoline and Lucy logon, of
Spartanburg, are in the city visiting
B/rtjBnrtMitchell, ot Westminster.
is in the city visiting relatives and old
Tho population of Anderson ti io
creasing every day. both by births and
; Jiisa Fannie Clarke, of Union, 8. C.,
is visiting friends and relatives in An
0 Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Drake spent
Sunday in Greenville with the former's
T.8. Maxwell, of Greenville, lina
been spending a few days in the city
visiting his parents.
John and Ben. fl lockley have gone
to Clayton, Ga., their old home, to
spend a week or two.
! The sommer school ia moving on
nicely sud the teachers are taking
? much interest in their work.
\lr The weather for the past few days
! has been uncomfortably warm and re
porta say that ic will continue. Wi? I
! Mr?v J???? Ya-diver and children
? and Miss Meta.. Sullivan have gone to
Tryon, N. C., to spend a few weeks.
Col. M. P. Tribble came up from
1 Columbia Saturday to spend Sunday
and Monday at home with hia family.
": Miss Carrie Thompson, who baa been
attending Stokes' Business College, of
Charleston, returned horne a few days
We are told that the farmers are sow
ing and planting peas and other forage
crops aa they never did before. This
is good news.
Q> Mrs. J. L. Maul din and children, of
Anderson, are visiting Mrs. L. C.
Manldin and other relatives hero.
The crop condition, has improved a'
great deal within the lost ten days in
this section and we trust a good crop
w|ll be made even yet,
L. P. Smith carried about 800persons
on his excursion to Charleston a week
ago. Those who went from this city
report a most enjoyable trip.
Prof. J. W. Daniel, of the Anderson
smded schools, has been awarded one
of the fellowships at Vanderbilt Uni
versity, and will go there at the opeu
jnjf Ottir? fflU session.
A. S. Teddi Who COP some time past
has been Engaged at several of the
printing offices of the city, bas accept
ed a position with Dodd, Mead & Co., .
of New. York, and ia on the road, sell
ing the new International Encyclope
Miss Mamie Latimer, of South Caro
lina, who has been on a visit to friends
in Atlanta, came down Sunday after
noon and is the guest of Mrs. J. Y.
Swift, at Bose Hill. Miss Latimer'i
the daughter of Senator Latimer and
is very popular with the young people
of Elberton.- Elberton (Ga.) Star.
Says an exchange: "A young lady
wants to know now to make 'not
enough' ont of the word 'enough,'
That is easy. It is done by transpos
ingthem into two words. Take the
third, second and first letters for the
flrsS word,tho ais?n, fourth ana fifth for
the aecond, and you have something
that is not enough for any lady." ,
The examinations 1er the normal
scholarshipa in the South Carolina
College wu! be held in .thia city next
Friday. 10th inst., - when the regular
South Carolina and Winthrop exami
nations will be held. The normal
scholarships in the South Carolina Col-:
legeprovldes $98 ay ear for each hold
er. ; .'i-l
itis, now an assured fact that Mc
Cormick will have a cotton mill. The
capital stock ia subscribed, and work
wilt commence ac an early date. B. F.
Mauldin, of this city, is one of the
prime movers and is also president of
the McCormick Bank. There is also a
81an on foot to organise a cotton waro
onee company. Theetock is ahoutaJl
. L. L. Wright has 'been elected prin -
cipal of the Lebanon school, at Septns,
Anderson County. Mr. Wright grad
uated at Forman this year, taking an
excellent stand, and we are sure under
kio efficient management thia school
will maintain its reputation aa being
ono of the largest tinu most successful
schools in the County.-Honea Path
Noel B. Sharpe, Chief of th? Fire}
Department, has appointed the follow- I
iag committees from the two white fire J
companies of the city to have charge
of the entertainment cf the visiting
I firemen during the tournament Gala
Week? ; Pioneers ~ Clarence Smith,
Guerdon King and Walter .Murphy:
Independent Hook and Ladder Com
pany-Frank Pearson, Ernest Poore
and Wade McGee.
A dispatch from Washington, under
daie of July Otb, sayo tho Postmaster
General has issued an order establish
ing city \ free, delivery service at An
derson, 8. C., on Sept. 1. lOOiv, with four
letter carriers, one substitute carrier,
sixteen street letter boxes and one
package box. This announcement will
be hailed with delight by the people of
our city, and will put Anderson in the
front rank of progress.
W. Hall McDade, of Pendleton, was
in Walhalla last/Saturday to hold a
conference with the County Commie
eionere in regard to bridge contracts.
Mr. McDade is an oloVOoonee boy, hav
ing bren born at th? J?oDade mill
place, on Stamp Blouse vaonntniu. He
is new engagea extensively in farming
near Pendleton His visit to Walhalla '
last week waa bia first appearance hem
?or fourteen years, and his old friends
^vere pleased to seo him again. HA ia a
jovial, good-natured fellow, and makes
friends on all aides,-Keowoo Courier,
Tho High Falle correspondent of the
Ocon?*e Newa says} "Dr. S. G. Brace
and family, of Andereon, are spending
the Buaxroer with bis father-ii>-law? Vir.
W. Huunicutt. Dr?. Wickliffe. 'Craw
ford and Moore, of Walhalla, perform
ed a very difficult operation ea a little '
2>year-oid Aon of Dr. Uraco one day
last week. The little boy had been
Raftering soma time with'kidney trou
ble, and was considerably swollen
when the doctors roache*; him. The
operation waa saccenaful ia every re
spect, and Dru. Wickliffe, Crawford
.ad Meere can't be praised i;oo highly,
for it ia aeldom we meet up with such
rare talent, knowledge ned ski!? in this
part of tho country."
MTS, J. A. Harris, of Cherokoo Coun
ty. S, O., i? in tfcs city visiting her pa
rents, Jadgo and Mrs. E. Y. H. Naneo.
Misa Corinne Riser, of Walhalla, baa
been spending a few days in Anderson
the guest of hor friend, Miss Glenola
M ra. C. E. Cobb aaa gone to Oloto
na. Ark., to be with her hnabascL
wttare they, will make their home in
Dr, S. Lander ead wife, of Wi?iam
fiton, bave been speeding a few days
ia the city visiting their dc^ght^Mrs
O.E. Prince. .
We are experiencing a taste of ex
treme summer weather. Several days
th? past week the mercury reached 95
in the shade.
"Mine host" Dicken, of the Hotel
Chiquola, baa gone to Richmond, Va.,
his old heme, to spend a few days with
relatives and friends.
Walter H. Reese left the city, last
Monday for White Stone Lithia
Springe, where he will spend a week
or two recuperating his health.
Thu Comptroller-General iadistribut
ing the fund to enable maimed Confed
erates to provide themselves with arti
ficial limbs. There are none on the
list from Anderson Connty.
Mrs. N. A. MoKeithan, of George
town, who has hf on visiting in the city
for several weeks, leSt Saturday for
Paw ley'a Island, whore she ana her
husband will spend the snmmer.
The town of Saluda will vote on the
17th instant on the question of voting
$13,000 worth of bonds in aid of the
"Johnston, Saluda, Greenwood and
Au dei Bon Railroad Company
The many friends, of our popular
townsman, J. L. Trihhle, Esq., who
waa afilicted with a slight stroke of
psralj^iB ck lew weeks ago, are delight
ed to know that he is now mending
rapidly and able to ride out.
lira. C. L. Dean entertained a num
ber oftyoung peopld at her home on
Faculty Hill Tuesday evening in honor
of Misses T. T, Von Hasseln and An
nie Cunningham, of Anderson, who
are visiting friends in Walhalla.-Feo
The Charleston and Western Caroli
na Railway announces that on account
of military week at Augusta, Ga.,
July 0th to 13th,-it will sell round trip
tickets from points on its lines to An
gosta at rate of one fare, plus 25 cents;
tickets on sale July Otb to 10th. r.nd fer
morni??- trains of the nth. Final re
turn limit July 15th.
W* A. Erskine, a young graduate in
tbiB year's class at Presbyterian Col
lege, Clinton, is latheman for the W.
J. Snead Lumber Co. Mr. Erskine
waa au inmate ot the Thornwell Or
phanage for several years and served
his apprenticeship in this capacity in
that Institution. H? is a native ot An
derson County.-Greenwood News and
Piro Chief Sharpe is training his
firemen every afternoon now for the
exciting races which will take place
Gala Week. Yesterday afternoon two
of the hose men got a hard fall* and
Chief Sharpe applied some of his med
icine which he had patented while
serving in tho Spanish-American war
and known aa j uk zy qm pc td fax ii. The
men wilh-recover. . ^
:V We trost the Sumter Fire Depart
ment will take part in the .Firemen's
Tournament to be held in Anderson
next month. Quite a number of racing
teams from other parts of the State
will enter the lists and Sumter must bj
all means have a place in the picture.
Sumter Herald. Yes, come up, gentle
men. We will give yon a cordial,
hearty welcome, and guarantee you a
Pleasant stay in the "Electric City."
When .to concluded oar report ol
Conrt proceedings last week the case
of Martin va. JD ar ge ss, involving f
small strip of land, worth less than i
dollar, was being tried. . This suit wa<
eonelnd?d Wedn^eday evening. Thi
jury ?rave the plantiif the atrip of tant
with SI damages. On Thursday tin
Court was engaged all day in trying
the case of H. A. Moore vs. the An
derson Cotton Mills. The plaintiff wh<
had been accidentally scalded whili
working in the mill, sued for $500 dam
ages, and was given a verdict for die
Friday morning all the jurors were dis
charged, and the day was taken up ii
equity business, which was not con
eluded until Saturday, when Court VR
Among the prominent visitors fror
Anderson, who came down on the es
enrsion which arrived iu the city lat
night, is ex-mayor G. F. Tolly, wh
for seventeen years was mayor c* Ac
deraon. His long record as the chic
ruler of that thriving Piedmont city j
a monument to his executive abilit?
Mr. Tolly is well known ip Charlestoi
having frequently visited the city. Il
waa here during the reunion of Ul
United Confederate Veterans and wt
among the visiting mayors to the cot
vention ot the League of America
Municipalities, held in Charleston sei
eral years ago. -This morning Mi
Tolly called on Mayor Smyth atti
City Hall and they upent a few uleai
ant momenta together.-Charlestc
Evening Post, 2nd inst.
The Saluda Baptist Association mee
in its annual session with the Sale
Church, three miles north of this cit
on Tuesday, 28th inst, and the meo
hers of that congregation are makii
great preparations for the moetin
This will be the 100th anniversary >
the organization of the Associatio
and the approaching meeting will bc
notable one in many respects, lt wi
probably be the most largely attend?
meeting ever held by the organizatio
The Association was organized at S
lem Church one hundred years ag
and it ia fitting that the centenni
meeting should be held there. TJ
Church committee has procured A !ar;
tent in which the sessions will be bel
The tent will have a seating enpaci
of 1,600, and will be cooler and mo
comfortable than the Church buildin
Mr. James Wilson, whose illness \
mentioned iaot week, died last We
nesday night at 1 o'clock, after an ii
ness of several weeks with drope
aged 70 years. Mr. Wilson waa t
widest son of the late John Wilson, ai
a brother of B. F. Wilson, Esq., of tl
city. He waa born in Abbeville Con
ty, but in his youth his parents mov<
to Anderson and he hi? lived here ev
siuce. He served his State faithful
through tho Confederate war and w
recognized as a'brave soldier. For
number of y6ivre ho was a promine
merchant Sn thia city, being a merni
of tho well known firm of Wilson
Reed, which retired from business
fow years ago. Afterwards he enga
ed io farming, which he followed un
his feeble hcaitth forced him to rel!
He was a ?*eat3y, upright man, a
highly esteemed by a wide circle
frienits. His wife preceded him
the grave two or three yeara ago. T
Hons, Wm. H. Wilson, of Georgia, a
J. K. Wilson, of Florida, and c
daughter, Mrs. J. Pink Reed, of t
noon tho remains were interred in 1
First Presbyterian Churchyard bes!
the body of his wifo.
M [asea Belle end Mao-irie Kum. of !
mt. yarmel, 8. C., are "visiting- their
eouani, M?as Minta Pressley in tho Sep- j
tus section. |
Mrs. J. M. Patri?le attended tho an
nual session of the National Music
Towera'Association nt Asheville, N.
C., last week. 1
aO*nt-J. F.CIardy,theeuzcient derk
or tho County Commissioners, ia con
fined to his home withaseriona afflic
tion. We trust he will soon be re
etored to his usual good health.
? The meetings that have been con
ducted by Rev. N. J. Holmes, tho evan
gelist, in the tent in thia city the past
two week?, closed last night. Much
good wui reault from the meeting.
The Greenville District Conference
*iU<?nveneintlie Methodist Church
at Willianiston next Wednesday, 15th
?PMv an? continue through Sunday.
Bishop W. W. Duncan will preside.
Invitations have been issued to the
marriage of Arthur W. Martin and
Miss Gussie Welborn, which will take
place at, the home of ?tors. J. W. Ash
ley, in this city, on Wednesday, 15th
Six months of 1003 are gone. What
are you going to do with the remainder
of the year with its opportunities ft>r
aelf improvement, and the bringing of
help and happiness and comfort to
The junior editor of The Intelligen
cer is spending this w?ek ot White
Stone Lithia Springs attending the
annual meeting of the South Carolina
State Press Association, of which he it
Secretary. ?' J
Mrs. Pool, an aged lady, mother ol
Jap Pool, residing on the form of Mrs
N. N. Anderson, on the 5 Notch road,
south of Williamston, died lost Wed
nesday evening. Tho deceased was 8S
years old.-Williamston News.
Last Monday C. U. Balantine, ai
energetio farmer of Hopewell Town
ship, brought us the first cotton bloon
wo have seen this season. Mr. Balen
tine says tho crops in his section an
looking well, considering everything
The State Farmer's Institute will b
held nt Clemson College August 10 t<
14. During the week the State Fal
Association, the State Horticultural
Society, the State Live Stock Associa
tion and the State Dairymen's Associa
tion will also meet there.
We are told that in old times, befor
the UBe of fertilizers, farmers wer
satisfied if they could get cotton thin
ned to n stand by July 4th. It was al
so the general rule that an Angustcro
was better than a July one. So cotto
may come out surprisingly yet.
Last Friday night a horse belanglo
to J. B. Sparks was stolen from th
atable in the rear of the Keese Houe
and waa found on Sunday strollin
around a few miles west of the city, i
Centerville Township. It is presume
that the party who stole the hon
rode it out there and turned it loose.
Mrs. N. L. Fant returned Mond(
from a two weeks visit to relatives :
Anderson, lt is likely that Mr. Fat
will give np his position as mail agei
on the Blue Ridge and move with h
family to Anderson. Their mar
friends in Walhalla will regret vei
much to give them up.-Oconee New
Mies Leila Russell, representing tl
Southern Educational Board, wi
meet the patrons of the Starr school i
10 a. m. July 10th, and the patrons
the Iva and McKee schools, at Iv.
5 p. m., Jnly 10th. On July 17th si
will meet lie patrons of Generostee
10 a. m., and the patrons of Grove
5 p. m.
The "Glorious Fourth" passed c
quietly in Anderson. The cotton mil
and other manufacturing establial
ments closed down for the day, ai
many of the employees went over
Pe!ser tc spend tue day. A lari
crowd of negroes congregated in tt
city and indulged in a barbecue at t
rhiquola Lodge, No. 83, Knights
Pythias, at its meeting last night d
?rided to defer its proposed Pythi
Jubilee till a later date. This, act!
waa due to the short time tho comm
tees had in which to prepare ?for a c
ebration in Gala Week and to t
further fact that after conferring w;
the various committees of the Gi
Week celebration it waa found that
the time ?t the four days was so nea
taken up as to leave very little of i
time asked by the Py thians. The d
of the celebration Ima not as yet bi
Anderson County has lost anot
one of her best and most worthy c
zens in tho death of Dr. Samuel
Bowen, which occurred at his hom?
Varannes Township last Saturday
doon, after an illness of several we*
with typhoid fever. Dr. Bowen wi
son of D. Pinckney Bowen, was b
and reared in the Five Forks sect1
and was about 84 yo^ro of age. In
boyhood he determined to make
Srofession of a physician and surg
is avocation for life, and being l
Bessed of a bright mind and full
energy ho plied himself closely, ant
bis own efiorts secured a liberal edi
tion and graduated from the St. L
Medical College. Coming back h<
he settled in varennes Township
practice his profession, and by his t
lal disposition and close anplicatioi
his occupation he soon bunt up a i
successful practice. Several years
he married Mi BS Corinne Long, el
daughter of the late John Long, \
with a bright little daughter, aurv
him, and In their Bore bereaves
they have the sympathy of a wide
ole of friends. Dr. Bowen was a
voted member of Cross Roads Ba]
Church, and a most excellent, upr
citizen, whose place in his i mined
community will be hard to fill,
was a member of Willow Camp, V
%V., of this city, and on Snnday m
i ag at ll o'clock his remaina wer
terred at Cross Roads Church witt
honors of that organization, after
funeral services conducted by Rev
McGee, in the preserce of a very 1
congregation of sorrowing friends
relatives. _ .
Ko trouble to maka good Pick'
your Vinegar U right. I havo recel'
shipment nf tho J. H. Heinz Pto!
Vinegar I have feeen selling this
bra?ed Vinegar for several years,
have yet to receive 'be fl ret k'icK.
C. Frank Bi
Wn mite pleasure Sn testifying v
nterlu of Pepsi-Colo ; it ls al tl
.claimed for it. Delicious, rofres
roost satlafving sud cooling. Do?
affect the nerves. Contains pepsin,
win relieve indigestion a?d nervous
AU enterprising and euocesslol I
ere now realize the need of a McCor
Mowor and the great saving stfecto
the ono of thia excellent machio
?you do not posseas one of lbo*n mac)
Balli van nd tv. Co. would be nleas
?bow you how lt wccld benefit y>
If yon wanta Mower tbat Is peri
adapted to your ? very requirement
thsl hui more f.nirls i-f yen ul no un pi
Hy than sil others combined, one
wi'l run the longest nod cost least to
In repair, you *?ionld buy a McCoi
from Sullivan lldw. Co.
i si'1-'? . t j ?'" '? fr ..'?'/ ? T '
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
AND LESS THAN COST,
You know the lines we carry%?
and you know they are dependa?
ble in every particular, and yoi?
know that it is impossible to buy
better than we sell. Don't delajr
until your size is gone.
Store to Rent.
WK OARBT A. FINK STOCK OF
Together with a general supply of the necessaries of life, and can make it?
to your interest to trade with us. . v
Jobbers prices OP HATCHET TOBACCO-best made for the money.
Your business is highly appreciated by
WE have unloaded a great quantity of our Stock, but still have left* ar
great deal of good Staple Merchandise to offer at EXACT COST, which
A GREAT SAVING TO BUYERS.
100 dozen Men's ? il Linen Collars. 5c each*
65 dozen Men's ?lack and Polka Dot Seamless Hose. oe paur
67 dozen Misses' Seamless Black Hose, sizes 5 to 8 h. 5o pair
53 dozen Men's Drill Drawers, 25c kind, now.15c pair
ll dozen Linen Window Shades, 35c kind, complete.19c each
56 dozen Men's Black Half Hose, 5c kind.2Jo pair
7 dozen Men's Work Overahirts, former price 50o, now. 30o?
5 dozen Men's Work Overshirts, former price 25c, now... .19o:
78 Men's Suits left, cost means.82.60 to 86.00 Suit?
80 Boys' Suits left, si MB 1 to 13 years, price. .55c to 81.73 Suit
86 pairs Men's Pants, price-.. .880 to 82:00 pahr
146 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, the best value in the house, made up from Man
ufacturers' remnants, sizes 3 to 17, price.,.. .15c to 35c
We have left about 82,500 worth of Shoes. This is excellon* stock, and'
if we can fit you means dollars in your pocket.
We are well sold on Dry Goods, but still have abi it 1200. y ai'da Stan?
dard Prints at 4c and 4?c per yard, about 700 yards Chambray ginghams,
former price 8c, now 61c. Good styles. Two Bolts Bleacheo^Mwpheetinty
per yard 12ic, worth 20c. T
We have thousands of things which we cannot mention in an advertise*
ment, and which we are selling out at New York Cost.
A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU.- f
DEXTER GROCERY COMPANY,
Successors to D. C. Brown & Bro., South Main Street.
?-t all Sod.a;l^o?iitaitis?
The Most Satisfying, Cooling, Refreshing,
Invigorating and Delicious. : : : : : :
DOES NOT EXCITE THE NERVES I