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How of tea, under the guise of making a good trade, sub?
t eouent experience proved yon were misled, and ? victim of j
i ither a g^ib. o^Iy tongue, or an exaggerated ad. At the time
you did not realize your money going up in smoke. These
siisrepresentations seem to be frequent occurrences, and
should oana? yon to exercise the greatest care in making
your purchases. Ton' should make certain to procure Goods
of unquestionable quality-shoddy Goods are dear for a song.
It is the Quality of Goods such as we sell that helps to in
crease our business and adds new patrons to the already long
list that favors us. That's why wt? sell more Goods than any
other Store to Anderson.
WE ?UST1ME ROOM FOR FALL STOCK
SOON ITO ARRIVE
Therefore, we extend a special invitation to the public to
visit our Store and leisurely inspect the remainder of
OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
We are especially anxious to clear out all
Spring and Summer Goods
Within the next few weeks. Therefore, you will find in our |
Stock many attractive offerings, such as
White Goods, v o Muslins,
Laces, Embroideries, }
Ribbons, Summer Oxfords, &o.
We may not make as much noise as some, but our Stock
Is always complete.
$1.25 Hats now 63c.
$1,00 Hats now 50o.
now 38 c.
60c. Hats now 25c.
4 NEXT TO FA?MKRS ANI> MKR?Jr^AI^S ?ANK.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12. 1903.
In some sections of the Connty the
sweet potato crop ia said ta be very
Grapes are now ripening and some
very noe baskets are being brought to
Mise Corrie Brown ha? returned from
a pleasant stay of several weeks in
A targe number of gala week visitors
ara still m tho city visiting friends and
Several new small enterprises are
being tmked of in Anderson. Let's
Col. J. N. Brown offers a*> tract of
land near Honca Path for sale. See
Ice is in great demand these hot days
and the delivery wagons are kept con
stantly on tho go.*
A fino rain fell in many sections of
the County last Monday evening, and
it came in good time.
Mr. lt. B. Cheshire ie back with The
Globe Store after spending aeveral
weeks io Hartwell, Ga.
Miss Nelle Heese, of Abbeville, spent,
last week in Anderson visiting her ?
father, Dr. H. D. Reese.
Congressman Wyatt Ai koa, of Ab"
beville, waa among the prominent vis
itors in the city last week.
Miss Valeria Clinkscales, of Starr,
Anderson County, ia visiting Mrs. G.
W. Griffin.TGreenwood Index.
The fall trade will be late ia open
ing this eeasou on account o! the back
ward condition ot the cotton crop.
Kev. J. T. Mann will preach at the
Cox yarn mill next Sunday evening at
8 o'clock instead of 8 o'clock ia the af
ternoon as usual.
The Sandy Springs Sundry School
will have a picnic at Centervilie mills
next Friday, 14th inst. The friends
of the School are invited to attend.
Chas. B. Hall, who has been engaged
in business at Greenwood for several
years, has returned to his home in this
city, where he will again enter busi
ness/ t *
A series of meetings will begin at
V?rennos Church next Saturday morn
ing, isth inst. The friands of the con
gregation are cordially invited to at*
tend the meetings. ,
All persona intoreated in the Slabto wu
graveyard, in Brushy Creek Township,
are requested to meet there early next
Friday morning, 14th inat., for the pur
pose of clearing, off the graves and
AU who are interested in tho grave
yard at Yarennes Churoh are requested
co meet there early next Friday morn
ing, 14th inst., to clean off the yard
and graves, and to arran go about run
ning a fenoe ardune! it.
A. S. Richardson, Esq., a prominent
young lawyer of Hartwell, Ga., spent
a day or two in Anderson laat week
and gave ns a pleasant call. He has
some fine land in Hart County for
aale, an advertisement of which ap
pears in another column.
There will be a reunion of the Mc
Coy family at the old homestead of K.
C. McCoy, in Broadaway Township,
next Tuesday, 18th inst. AU the
friends of the family are invited to at
tend and bring well-filled dinner bas
kets, which wiU be opened at a picnic
Thc Wallace Bros. circus train was
wrecked at Durand, Mich., last Friday
and about twenty-three men were
trilled and twenty wounded. Among
the latter WOB J. J. Meadows, a son of
B. J. Meadows, who moved nero from
Athens, Gn., a few months ago. He
telegraphed his father here that his in
juries were not serious.
The Angosta (Ga.) Chronicle of last
Saturday sa?a: "Dr. J. D. Chapman, a
prominent Baptist minister of Ander
son, S. C.. passed through the city
yesterday on bis way to MidviUe, Ga.,
where he is to conduct a series bf meet
ings. Dr.. Chapman ia one of the
very strongest preachers in the South
ano. good results are sure to follow hie
Lee G. Hoi loman has been elected
secretary and treasurer. of the Com
mercial Club recently organized in
Anderson. No better selection could
have been made. . r. Hoi lem un is a
progressive and wide-awake young
man. His many Walhalla friends are
delighted to see the high stand he ia
taking in his adopted home among its
business men.-Keoweo Courier.
Little Pauline Anderson, daughter
of John tt. Anderson, formerly of An
derson County, but now living at Sen
eca, while ia tho second story of the
new hotel that is being built adjoining
har father's residence in that town, ao
c'dently fell from a window to the
ground last Thursday evening, receiv
ing severe and painful injuries. Sev
eral ribs were broken and her back
waa severely injured.' It is feared
that her lujuries wiU prove fatal.
Mrs. ?. R. Greer, of Aurora, Texas,
ia visiting her old home and friends
and relatives in this County. Hrs.
Greer is a daughter of the late Archi
bald Armstrong, who lived in the
Hon ea Path section, and left this
County with her husband for Texas
abont twenty years ago. She says
ehe is more than pleased with her
adopted homo. Her visit back to her
old nome is, we know, a source of much
pleasure to hor many friends and rela
i tives here.
The Southern Railway's fast sooth
bound train was wrecked at G?stenla*
N. C., last Monday night at ll o'clock,
caused by the boiler oe the engine ex
ploding. The engine and tender were
almost demolished and hurled down
tho embankment. The postal Oar and
all the cars except tho last two Pall
mans were overturned. The train was
crowded, but no passenger waa so
nority hurt. The engineer, liroman
and two postal cierta were eexiouoly
'jtirt. W. A. Sharpe, one vf the postal
clerks who waa hurt, ia a brother of
Mrs. RI E. Allen, of this.eity, and bas
a number ot friends her? who will re
gret to hear of hie misfortune. He
was badly cut and hie leg was broken.
Policeman James G. Oconnell
should be congratulated. The loafing
?negroes of tba city have a habit qt
lounging on a brick wall on Depot
street, and it is very disagreeable to
ladies to pass down that etreet on that
account. Yesterday Officer O'Donnell
made the whou dirty gang arise and
march. We hope bo will see that it
sfavs c?bAr nf negrees. [ On the comer
of McDufflo and Depot streets negroes
flock in great gangs-principally on
account of thia point being so near thu
dispensary-and it is a great nuisance.
Cursing and vile talk is plentiful ou
thia corner. It is hardly fit for a lady
to pass along this point at any ti ino.
We would like to seo ihe police rem edy
thia bad state of affairs.
Th? Rocky Hiver B.-pti?t Aboociaiion
: (colored) convened yesterday in this
dty In the St. TAnl Church.
The farmors have about finished
layiug-by their crops, and are now en
joying a much needed rest.
Anderson is well represented at the
agricultural meeting that ia being held
at Clemson College thia week.
Hon. Altamont Moses, a prominent
and popular citizen of Sumter, 8. 0.?
spent a few days io Anderson last
Alise Nellie Simpson, of Marietta,
Ga., who has been spending the past
few weeks in the city with relatives
will return home to-morrow.
Yann Livingston, who recently grad
uated in the electrical course at Clem
son Coll?ge, has gone to Anderson to
accept a lucrative position.-Bennetts
Married, on Wednesday, July 23,
1003. at the residence of the officiating
minister, Rev. J. L. McLin, in this
city. Mr. John T. McClellan and Miss
A reunion of Co. E, 14th Regiment,
will be held at Woodruff next Friday.
Col. J. N. Brown, of this city, has ac
cepted an invitation to attend and de
liver an nd drees.
Those big pieces of granite along a
oortion of South McDuffie street are
getting to bo a nuisance. They should
either bo placed in position or moved
from the sidewalk.
There will bo an educational rally at
Walhalla next Saturday, 10th inst.
Among the speakers invited to attend
are Rev. M. B. Kelly and Hon. Geo. E.
Prince, of this city.
Tho fifth annual convention of tho
South Carolina Funeral Directors1 As
sociation is boing hold in Aikeu. Geo.
M. Tolly, who is secretary of the or
ganization, is attending.
Col. J. D. Maxwell and wife, of Char
lotte, have been spending a few dave
in the city visiting relatives and old
friends, who are always delighted ta
groot them in their old home.
Miss Fannie Widemnn, of Due*West.
has been elected teaoher of the school
at Moscow, this County, for the coming
year, and will enter upon her work at
tbe openingof the Fall terni. .
Married, on Sunday. August 0,1003
at tbe home of the bride's parents ic
Centerville Township by Rev. Wm
Brown, Mr. W. F. Flowers, of thii
city, and Miss Annie E. Cromer.
All persons interested in tho Dor
chester Churchyard, Broad way Town
ship, are requested to meet there nex
Friday morning for the purpose o:
clearing off the yard.and graves.
The Secretary of State last Monday
issued a charter to the Pendleton cot
ton milt The capital Btock is $05,000
and the corporators are M. M. Hunter
J. J. Sitton, E. G. Evans, jr., and W
J/issses Nellie Beam, Hattie Cren
shaw and Annie Bell Beam, three nt
tractive young ladies of Greenville
were the guests of Misses Nellie nm
Lillie Brown, on West Earle Stree
Col. J. C. Boyd, of Greenville, com
mander of the First Regiment of th
South Carolina militia, spent a fox
days in the city last week, and was i
frequent visitor to the Camp of th
Gov. Hey ward has three clever edi
tors on his staff-R. T. Javnes,Keowe
Courier, Walhalla; John M. Knight
Herald, Sumter; and John B. Towil
Advocate, Batesburg-and all of thei
were with him in Anderson last weet
Chiquola Lodge, Knights of Py thiai
will hold its regular convention to
morrow evening at 8,80 o'clock. . Th
rank of Page will be conferred, an
important business will be transactT
All the members are urged to attorn
During their stay in the city lat
week Gov. Hey ward and his steff wei
tendered two most enjoyable recep
tiona-ono at the home of Mr. and Mn
J. A. Brock, and the other at "Suns?
For??t." the summer home of Mr. an
Airs. J. J. Fret well. A few intimal
friends assisted the hosts in the recei
tions, and the occasions were high!
enjoyed by all present.
W. O. Guyton, son of A. W. Guytoi
of Hopewell Township, who is now i
the employ of the Georgia Mauufat
turing Co., at Blitchton, Ga., cam
very near getting drowned in til
Ogeechee River, 20 miles west of Savai
nab, last Saturday morning, while i
bathing with several friends. He san
the second time, and as he carno v
two of his friends grabbed him an
carried him safely to land.
There will be. an educational pica
and mass-meeting held at Smith Chai
el, in Starr and Iva Circuit, on Wei
nesday, 10th inst. The speakers f<
the occasion will be gentlemen fro
some of the leading educational inst
tutions in the State. The public ls u
gently requested to attend. And thoi
who are interested in the cause of edi
cation should at all events attend th
meeting. Dinner will be served ?<
the grounds, so remember io bric
your baskets, and them well-filled.
Samuel J. Sloman died last Thur
day morning at his home in Atlant
Ga., where he.had been engaged
business for twenty years or mor
Mr. Sloman was born in Germany .
years ago, and came to America win
only a youth. He lived in ?nderst
several years preceding the civil wc
and when this State seceded hecnten
her service as a member of the Pe
motto Riflemen from this cit
He was highly esteemed by his coi
rp.des, and his old friends nero will r
&ret to hear of his death. A wife, oi
son and two daughters survive him.
The 26th annual convention of tl
South Carolina SandavSchool Conve
tion will be held in the Washings
Street Presbyterian Church, Gree
vi Ho,! on the 26tb, 20th and 27th int
This convention represents the ass
elated Sunday Schools df South Car
lina of all evangelical faiths, and eve
white Sunday School in tho State mi
send delegates without limit to nut
ber. Entertainment v. ill' be prov id
for all delegates. atid those who co
template going should write to Prc
E. JU. Hughes, Greenville, 8. C. J
interesting programme bas been a
ranged for the occasion, and Anders
County should be largely represent
TbeMoorehcad family reunion w
be held at the old homestead, nc
owned by Robert Moorehead, thr
milos north of the city, on Thursds
August 20th. A large gathering
ihermembore of the clan with tin
friends, is expected. General M.
Bonham will be the principal orator
tho occasion and several other spea
?rs ore expected to take part in t
exercises. The basket picnio learn
is an important part of tbe proceed in
and tin ladies will do themselves gre
honor in tho preparation of the necc
ear* provisions for this occasion. I
all interested in the reunion come pi
pared to'enjoy thenihelves and th
add to the pleasure of others.
Tho jewelry etoro of T. H. Donnolly
nt Piedmont was burglarized l'.eti Fri
day night. '1 ho loss amounts to $50 or
The annual summer excursion from
Charleston to the mountains will bc
run on Wednesday. 10th inst. The
railroads expeot the largest crowd they
have had in years. The round trip
fare from Charleston to Anderson is
, A? J. Simpson leaves today for his
home in Kussollville, Ark. He baa
been spending several weeks in An
derson visiting friends and relatives.
His daughter. Miss Bettie, who ac
companied him here, will remain
The canning factories that have
been established in this State are said
to bo prolitablo and it seems reason
able to suppose that o>io would pay in
Anderson. Tho Ioctl consumption
hero requires nu immense quantity of
cunned goods- tomatoes especially
JJo sure to read tho advertisement of
L. P. Smith's excursion to Asheville
next Tuesday, and if you waut to have
an enjoyable trip we advise voil to go
on it. Tho train will leave Pendleton
at 7 a. m. and run vin Anderson, Bel
! ton aud Greenville. Tho advertise
i ment gives full particulars.
The Iudenendont Hook and Ladder
Fire Company held their annual meet
ing last Monday evening and elected
tho following officers to serve for tho
ensuing year: Foreman, W. F. Pear
son; 1st Assistant Foreman, W. H.
McGee; 2nd Assistant Foreman, R. W.
Triable; Secretary, S. M. Craig.
Tho C. A. Reed Musio Houso was
visited by a large crowd of people Inst
week, and everybody admired the
beautiful decorations on the interior nf
the building ns well as those on the
outside. Every day tho musio render
ed on the lino pianos was greatly en
joyed by tho visitors, and Mr. Reed and
hie assistants were highly compliment
ed by their friends.
John W. Carpenter, of Clinton, has
been spending a few days in the city
visiting his brother, A. M. Carpenter.
Mr. Carpenter bas been an inmate of
the Thornwell Orphanage since he
was a email boy, and tor several years
has been an instructor in that institu
tion. He has decided to enter the
Presbyterian ministry, and will begin
his course in the Theological Semi
nary at Louisville, Ky., this fall.
The room occupied by the managers
of the merry-go-round, in the residence
of C. L. Angel, on Depot street, was
entered last Thursday, their trunk
knocked open with an axe and a small
box, containing $148 was stolen there
from. The theft waa at once reported
to Chief Billingham, and two white
men, charged with the crime, were
arrested. The preliminary hearing was
set for yesterday bat was postponed
until September 8rd, aud the men gave
bond for their appearance at that time.
Married, on SuudftV, August2, 1008,
at the residence nf Hugh Ballard, by
W. H. Acker, Notary Public, Broadus
Ballard and Miss Sallie Williams; also,
at the same place and by the samo of
ficial, on Saturday, August 8tb. Chea
ter Hannah and Miss Aunah Ballard.
All of the parties are from Anderson
County. On Saturday afternoon Squire
Acker, at his home, also tied tho nup
tial knot for Henry Hindmon and M?BB
Lou Vanehn, both of whom live in
Last Friday afternoon, while play
ing ball at Pendleton, Ralph Watkins,
son of Luther Watkins, ofthat place,
and a nephew of Clerk of Court John
C. Watkins, had his jawbone broken.
While catching behind the bat bia
mask slipped off and a ball struck him
on the left side, breaking the bone.
His uncle. Dr. W. W. Watkins, brought
him to this city at once, and the bone
and teeth were set by Dr. A. C. Strick
land, the dentist, lt was a very pain
ful wound, but the young mon is doing
as well as possible.
Dr. J. B. Hunnicut, editor of the
Southern'Cultivator, delivered a most
interesting and practical . ddress in
the Court House last Friday afternoon,
and it was heard by a large and appre
ciative audience. He advised the far
mers to raise more forage crops and
less cotton, and urged deep plowing.
He went from Anderson to Mountain
Springs, where he delivered an address
at the meeting held there on Saturday.
The Doctor made many friends during
his visit here, and they would be de
lighted to have him come again.
You thirsty ones, go to the fo-.nt; in
and drink Pepsi-Cola and HPO how re
freshing, invigorating and delioiou? it is.
If you have not tried lt you have missed
a treat. Go get a glass for 5c. at any foun
FOR RENT-A six-room Cottage tin
Gr en ville Street f rom ?opt. 1 to Juno
1, 1904. Apply to M ru, W. S. Sharpe.
We have great inducements to offer
von in Hosiery, Panta, Overalls, Drawers,
Flees Goods, otc. We will bo in oar omeo
for the next sixty days. Buy from ua
you get tho mill prices. We ?ave you
tho.j ob burn pronto. Call on ns and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and oloBest buyers ir tbe country.
T-??BB <fc CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill A gentB.
Foley's Kidney Cure
Will cure Bright's Disease.
Win cure Diabetes.
Will oureHtjor.e In Bladder.
Will euro Kidney and BUddnr Diseases.
Evans Pharmacy. .
Has it evrir occurred to you how soon a
Mower would pay for itsell? Do you
realize how much good feed for your
H tock you annually lose by your future
to cut the grass, hay, pea vines, etc., al
lowed to go to waster - It does not take
ist neb nf such feed to pay for a McCor
mick Mower Irpm Bullivan Hdw. Co.
Buy vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Co.
C Unger, 211 Maple St., Champaign,
111., writes: "I was troubled with a hack
ing cough for a year, and I thought I had
consumption. I tried a great many rem
ulina and waa under the care of phyel
olane for several mouthe. I used one
bottle of Foley'a Honey and Tar. It
cured me. and I bava not been troubled
el noe. Evana Pharmacy.
MANUFACTURER wanta reliable man
to deliver and collect ; horse and wsgon
and 9160 deposit necessary ; 921 a week
and oxpenses ; permanent. Franklin,
Box 78, Philadelphia, Po. 7-2
Don't let thia opportunity pasa and fail
to get a Torraolng Plow cheap.
Brock Hardware Co.
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar afforda imme
diate relief to asthma sufferers in the
worst stages, and if taken in time will
effect a cure. Evans Pharmacy.
? big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocka for 60c See Brook Hardware Co.
The first cost ia not always the greatest
or onlv coat In operating a Mower. Sul
livan Hdw. Co. would like to demon
strate io yoU why McCormick Mowera
reqniro so few repalra and tb have you
compare (be coat .of such repairs with
correa ponding parta for other machines.
Foley'a Kidney Caro will care all di? .
! eases arising from disordered kidney* or
bladder. Evans Phaimuoy.
Only a few days more
and we turn this Stock
And Gents' Furnishings
Over to our successor, who wil)
continuo the Clothing Business
at the same stand. Only a few
days to buy at :
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The Most Satisfying, Cooling, Refreshing,
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IF YOU WANT THE BEST,
TAGS worth a half cent each.
All Grocery Stores sell and recommend it to their tracTo
as the best, cleanest and purest Tobacco on the market.
Try it and you will have no other.
DEXTER GROCERY COMPANY,
Anderson, - - - - South Carolina.
WK OAHRY A FI IVE STOCK OF
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