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ANDSSSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26,1903.
VOLUME XXXIX-NO; 10.
And tow Cut SH?ES
On our iront counter we bave placed about two hundred
fair of |8.00 and.-18.50 Trousers. Th&m are the Trousers we
have been selling all th? season at taese prices. For quick
riddance we have priced them $1.95. If you want a pair of
Trousers this is your chance.
TW0-F?1CS SOITB- ?T< ? B?VIN? OF ?M???
Our entire Une of Two-Fiece Suits have orders to get tint.
At their formextprices they were considered scellent values.
At the Cut Prices w? plas? on them they certainly ar? ex
$0.00 Twd-Piese Snits deduced to $4.50 "
7.50 " ? " 5.75
10M ? " " 7.60
fcOW ?UT SHOES RED??ED,
$2.00 Low Chit Shoes now $1.65
250 " ? " " 1.95
3.00 " " " ? 2.85
; 3.50 " " ? ? 2,70
Tho outs on the above ?oods are deep; but they are Gen
uine reductions. STo fake business here.
We haye just received nearly a solid train load of
By buying a large shipment wo got it at a reasona
ble price, and we are to sell it vary cheap. Come to
see ns and see how cheap wc can sell you what von
IJW?t*lly invite to St?to v?st^t Store.
Ml os gigi io Sip tfces? ia making their sekot?o.a's, and at
e clostoat possible, prices.
Ord?*? receive prompt attention.
- The educational rally last week
at Piokena was ene of the largest
gatherings In the history of the coun
ty, certainly the largest e*ror known
to take place purely rn the interest of
- Oo?. B. P. Sun??a, the saorstary
of the r&Sirotd oomnsisi??p, has se
turned to Colsmbia from Saluda, where
Oct Daaeaa's daughter was bitten
hy a rattlesnake and had a very nar
.-There is. na sue in wa?ticg.90
mach good ink over the less of Till
man's passes and franki). Ho will
esplain -.'the r jitter satisfactorily ta
the "boys" w'?ou. he sees, them.
Kook Hill Journal.
- Tho anabal meeting of the Stats
Holiness association will be hold at
Leesville beginning Sept. 8. There
will ba free entertainment for the del
egates, and reduced rafea have hean
assured cu asi railroads.
-- The German Artillery, C?pt. F.
W. Wagoner commanding, wont into
camp Monday afternoon at Wagoner's
park, near the woman's building at
the exposition gronuds, bei?ft the last
branch cf the military service of the
State to^.l^ocaap*- -
Jarn^'Wright, a. well known
business man cf August*?, died ol
apoplexy about ll o'clock yesterday
morning while ic the surf at the Isle
of Palms. This occurred before a
large crowd of bathers and others who
were on the beach cr in the water at
- The work of macadamizing the
Bunoombo road in Greenville county
bas been completed for a distance
of abuut three miles. This leaves
only two miles to be done oh this
road, and when completed it will be
tho best roft? in the county. It is
the intention of the county super?
visor and commissioners to macad
amize all the principal roads leading
into Greenville for a distance of five
- The hospita) for the insane is
again crowded to its capacity and the
same problem bf providing accommo
dations for the applications that are
pouring in confront the authorities
again. There are now 1,170 patients
in the hospital, and despite tie annes
Just completed, every room is taken.
Tue work on the other buildings its
being pushed as rapidly as possible.*
Columbia Record, August 6th.
? -The Greenville bietohery is in
I operation. No enterprise of snoh
magnitude and importance has been
inaugurated in the State with less ado
in its construction, Northern men
furnished the entire capital of 8250,
000, and the preliminary arrange
ments were made without the public
belog informed aa to plans and pur-!
poses, only a few citizen*: of Green
ville knowing the plans of the Com
- Mr. Luther Heath, who farms on
the Levels, showed ns yesterday sev
eral green bolls of cotton that seem to
ba affected by some disease which
causes the boll to rot? He says he
has ; thirty acres affected; Either I
some insect stings tho boll or th// di?* 1
ease is in- tho plant. It threatens to
be serious and Mr. Heath would lika
td learn tho cause. He says the forms
that are dropping oh! contain ? worm*
- Beginning farming in middle
life, W. F. McArthnr, of Cherokee,
has yet learned a great deal in the
threo years he has engaged in that
most honorable pursuit. "I think,"
ho said in speaking tb'tho.big gather
ing Of farmers at Clemson, "that far
mers could, by thinking mora, w?tk
less and yet make more." How .much
labor unwisely ; expended because of
failure to "think" intelligently is an
nually wasted in 8outh Carolina?
- When John Balkan, a young
white man, oame to himself late last;
j?fght on Line street he -discovered
that ho did hot have on any c?o thea
The night was cori-.and the absence o
clothing chilled the marrow in Bni
kon's bones sind his knees smote eso'
other. Buikcn ' w?s certain that h
waa properly dressed io ? early part of
the night and how he was relieved of
$uf clothes is a mystery to hlt?*, Bul
ken had. stuok too doss to the/beer
lip- Willie tho1 hands wore at work on
tho second story of ; Mr, Sol Kobn'a
new building cue day last week? some
ono let a br bk fall. Ben Winning
ham, colored, happened to be directly
underneath aad tho falling brfok
struck him a center shot on the i?p of
the head, and bounced off to one sidsV
Instead of falling dead with a crushed
hjead Winningham looked up contemp
tuously and said: "Look out Up dar}
you oarelsBS nlggero keep lattin' brick
IPI down till fust thing you know,
you gwi' hurt somebody." A con
siderable gash waa ont in his scalp but
his skull remains as solio ss a rook;-.
V?--- Tho biind tigere will have to go
?Ut of burfnesu ia Columbia. Thia is
the opinion of Chief Constable Ham
mett, who has just returned from'
Charleston, whare he went to l?ok
over the situation and o?>?orf c how
tlii law wee being carried cat. In
s joking of the i?iio?t busies do<
in Colombia,' Mr. Hammett sta
that there waa less cfit northan
before. Const&b?ee ?ave b*sn adde?
tho present furoe and a -*scrous cam
paign ffiU be waged, lu? tigers seem
to realize thia and rumor hais it that
^brd ha* been gassed acoassd to close
np and engels in other bu?incfcs?
The number ctf raids made aro in
creasing^ and on thc whol* it laeks
Lo administration of the dis
pensary law willw bo as ?fcri?tiy ud
npE?st?red . as if - is possible to do in
Iar?;e elihu like Ohariestou and Colum
- The Duke of Northumberland Sa
the only man in ali England who can
leave hi? own door and ride 100 miles
in a straight lino on hie own land.
- Jeffries and Corbett zo* well
paid for their ton wands of ponuding
each other in RA? Fraas?sc?v the for
mer receiving $33.700 of tho gal? rs*
ceipts, the latter ?0,900.
- In an article on/Tfce Age of the
World," air Edward Fry? tho famous
English geologist, declares tba* 450,
000,000 years mast have elepned e?noe
tho existesae"of Jife on the globe.
rr Within tho past year, according
to a spacial report mads for th? Char
lotte Observer, the Courts so North
, Carolina ha?$ granted Bio divorces
and there are 007 oases now jwndiog.
-Warden Alagood, <? che Georgia
penitentiary, who caused such wide
spread sndlgsstics by his brntai beat
ing of the young woman Mamie De
Cr?e has boon allowed to resign-and
this ends the matter.
- A feature of Iowa's dairy exhibit
at the World's fair will be a statue in
j butter of John Stewart, the pioneer
creamery, man of that State. It will
bo life-size and will be kept frozen in
a glass oaBo throughout the exposi
- The trainmaster of tho Terre
Haute division of the Ohioavo &
Eastern Illinois road hao posted bul
letins forbidding trainmen to flirt
I with ladies residing near tl? roads,
threatening the offenders with "seri
ous trouble if the practice ia contin
r- W. H., Wells, chief of construe
tien of tho Southern Ballway, states
that the company has decided to push
the building of the Babnn Gap line
faster than has heretofore been con
templated, and that the road will be
completed in twelve months.
--.Bayonne, N. J., August 18.
Mrs. Carrie Nation has been ( /eked
up here charged with disorder./ con
duct. She collected a crowd by ha
ranguing on a street corner and thon
ran around among the men striking
o ?gars, pipes and cigarettes from their
- It is expensive to call a mas ? \
jackass in Kansas. Robert Sands, a *
Marion County farmer, applied this
wcid to his neighbor, Bert Sanders.
Sandors sued him for slander for
$2,500 and scoured a verdict cf $400.
Sanders has appealed the case to the
- To save the life of Assistant Gen
eral Superintendent Wilson Fred
ericks, who was badly scalded in the
Philadelphia and Beading Ballway
wreck at Westfield last February^6,000
men employed by the United Sutes
? Express Company have volunteered to
nermit tho removal of a piece of skin
from their arms.
- S. C. T. Todd, general sob'citor
Of the Standard Oil Company, is under
stood to receive, salary and eommis
oione, ?250,000 a year. If any other
man in the country cameras much as
this in a nirailar way ii is hot gen
erally fenAian/ . J. A. CsSSStv, -v?.?u?
Pennsylvania, gets $75,000 a year,
that being-the largest salary paid to
any railroad president in the country.- j
- The ordinary house fly is partly
responsible for the spread of cholera
in the Philippines, according to a re*
port made by Major L. M. Mane, com
missioner of publio .health for the
Philippine Islands, to the war depart
ment. The report says that from
Marah 20 to May 15,. 1,005 oases of
Asiatic cholera were reported in
Manila, 800 of which resulted fatally.
-.It is not only in'somV o)uth
Carolina towns that lois difficult to
oO?v?et "blind tigers,'' The Topeka
(Kansas) Capital says: "Three big
dray loads of beer and whiskey were
taken from tr?o Caldwell joints that
were raided this week. Still there is
no particular sign that the jointists
will get it in the neck when their oases
are called. Evidence that will send a
maa to the Kansas pen for life some
times fails to convict a joiritiet."
-^Ls???cu physicians haye been
making a study of babies, particularly !
at the prize shows, which are much
more customary in Europe than in
this country. Their verdict is against
the fat baby and in favor of tho lean
or . moderately developed. The fat
baby is declared to he less vigorous
and more likely to Buffer from disease
than the lean ono. Th? point is made,
which eeemtr reasonable^ that a child
should develop bose and inuaole abd
should not take on any more fat
than is essential to provide it with
., - A New York architect, who has
put up many country houses, says that
he has not during the last decade been
?ailed on once to put a lightning rod
on any of these houses. The light*
ning rod has disappeared altogether
as a means of protection on new
hoares. It maj he taken as evi
dence ?hat any h o dee on which it
appears must have been built years
ago. But Sn spite of New York's in
difference to this preventive device,
says the Snn, it is still popular, if not
as flourish!:;* as it used to be, in tho
West, aad'ti?tu?F travel th* roda man
ufactured in the East, ," ?
- After that rigid test of manhood
in tba burning wheat fields ot Kansas
tho-^'betay handed son of toil" can
hb longer make his jokes at the ex*
pense of the college bred man. That
ev^ericbee has shown the superiority
of tho trained mind even in the. hard
laT^r of the hardest. Eduoa&ion will
make a good man better and will come
mighty near tc making a mau ont of
nothing. We never heard of the right
kiod of education spoiling anybody
any more tba-: the right ii nd of bak
ing spoils a cake batte'?, or butter a
batter cake-Fforonce Times.
Oer town was saddened Sunday
evening by the announcement of tho
death of Mr. H. H. ?armore, a well
known eltisen of W?llamato?. Up to
? few weeks ago Hr. Barmore was able
to be at Ma ?tore every day attending
to his eecnatomed bnsfneso. He leaves
! a wife and two bright children who are
j sympathised with by our wfcole town.
I Thc funeral services occurred at
?Uto reatd???^ being conducted by
Bore. A. J. Cauthcn and O. L. Martin,
after which the remains were interred
in the Williamston cemetery.
Miss-Martha Goddens, a highly re
epected lady who for the teat few years
had made car home with her niece,
Mrs. M. st. stanly, passed quietly away
laat Tuesday and waa buried at Big
Creek cemetery the following after
noon, funeral services being conducted
Dy Rev. C. L. Stewart.
Mr, R, A. Gray, recently returned
from John Hopkins Hospital, la being
treated for cancer by Dr. C. ?. Wider
man, of Falser.
Miss Oddie Horton, a handsome
yoong woman of Clinton, ia the ansel
of her grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Hor
ton, on alain street.
Mrs. Jno. 0. Wilson, after a visit te
her parents at the College, leaves to
morrow for her home in Greenwood. ?
? Mrs. H. C. Wilson, of Statesville, N.
C., is spending a fortnight with hei
mother on Millstreot. Mr. H. C. Wil
son is expected in town in a few daye?
Mies Eileen Jones, of Anderson, hal
been visiting Mies Sarah GoBsott.
. .?'?sars. J. F. and C? H. Gaines, ol
the Virginia Carolina Chemical oom
Company, have returned to their, poa!
lions nt Columbia after a week's staj
af their old home.
Mra. Harriot Mahon has been om
viait to her son, G. H. Mahon, at
Greenville. The Misses Mahon cami
down from the Mountain City las
week to visit relatives.
:.??'MTS, W. P. Barris and eon, Pichard
of Young's ?tore, Laurens County
are at the bedside of M repair i B' f nth
er, lt. A? Gray.
T. M: Mahon and D. P. Gray hav*
again formed a partnership in the mer
cantilo business under the firm nam
Mahon fe Gray.and occupy the hand
some brick building erected last yea
bz Mr. Gray.
T3ropa are looking wel?-^-cotton i
fruiting heavily, and with continue
favorable weather and late frost tb
outlook is very good. R. B. G.
Rock Mills New*
Peace and quietness reigns here, an
the farmers are hopeful over the ero
The protracted meetings have a
been held and the different ohnrch<
have been strengthened hythe add:
tilon of members. / u
Those of our farmers who attende
the Farmers' Institute at Clem BC
speak highly of the fine lectures di
livered there in the interest of far min.
AB the years come and go we expe
to eee quite an improvement in thi
Mr. T. J. Williford went to Ocom
last week after a lot of shingles ai
waa ia that destructive nail storm th
visited that portion of the connti
between Fair Flay and Westratniate
He saya that it was the moat des tra
ti ve hail storm ho ever saw.
. Misa Selma Shirley, who was olech
to teach the school ac Providence, d
dined and Miss Florence Clinkscalc
of Starr, was elected in her stead. Mi
Ciinkscales is a graduate of Dne We
anfliina hsuifcu? y?~s espcriouco
teaching and hs* given perfect sat!
faction where she bas taught, ther
fore we think toe patronsofTthe Prov
dence school made a wise selection.
. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Busby's baby, wi
has ?v?en so seriously tu with pne
monia, we are glad to say ls better.
Mr. Joe Busby is improving hi apia ?
recently purchased ?om Rev. J. ]
Anderson, by building a new dwellii
house and au necessary ont building
Prof. D. J. Bolt ia teaching a singii
class at New Hope Church.
Mrs. J. L. Jones? of Lavenia, Ga.,
visiting relatives and friends here.
Miss Lillian Merritt, Who has be
visiting her friend, Miss Kellie Andi
son, returned to her home at Pie
Mr. C. S. Skelton is erecting a ste
house which will supply a long f<
Aug. 84. _
Trie Thoiuwell Orphanage.
The Thorn well Orphanage, locat
in Clinton, South Carolina, is an ina
t uti on for the Primary High Soh<
abd advancer* education, both lit?ii
and technical, of orphan boys andgii
The institution is under thu control
trustees appointed by three Synods
South Carolina, Georgia and Fieri;
but it receives pupils from any rel
ions denominations and from any p
of tho common country.
Orphans tc ,so received, must
without mer as of support of their oi
and hence tho caro of ther* reata ut
the general publie. Contributions :
the aid of the institution are not ord
cd by any church court; there are
agents canvassing tho held asking
money; there are no collectif i bo:
on tho promises of the institution.. 1
only dependence of these orphans
their daily bread ia on the goodness
God, the printed page and the gen
ono help given by the press in sprei
lng information about the work.
The boya and girls are not lege
bound to the institution but are fret
come and go. They choose to coi
They nato to leave ns even when
has been done for them that can
done by the institution. As they
Well taught in their books and trail
in various trades, such aa print!
carpentry, farming, laundering t
the like, they are always able toe
for themselves on leaving ns.
Wo have 103 orphans from So;
Carolina, 43 from Ghsorgl<\ 16 fi
Florida, end 43 froaa twelve \Ot
states and territories.
? Those who love tho fatherless i
of our 900children are fatherless! <
aid by sending flour, molasses, spf
rice, meal, or any other kind, ot p
visions es?eptvegetables, (which tl
raise for ^5nseives)? or by gifts
money. The aum of five donara \
beard and clothe a child for one mox
Almost anybody can by that sn
gift, be a protector of some orphan
thirty days. This may be sent aim
to Thornwel? Orphanage, or to B
Dr. Jacobs, Clinton, S. C., who y
take pleasure lo riving additional
formation to any asking for it.
gre*-': -. mm m t?' '.
fa^Wa lot of Georgia Ratchet: F
Stocks for o)c. See Brook Hardware
The Biggest Spring Trade of j
Satisfied customers is the noorat of it.
Hore than the worth of your dollar or your dollar back,
We are making a specialty of
Ladies' Black Dress Goods
This Spring, and my ! the quantities we are selling, wai f
Because we are fixed on them. Selling price given at the
Store and not in the papers, as it would take too much time
and space to list them all.
And see how much 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.
Yours to please
TO OUR CUSTOMERS :
WE need no introduction. Our name is known all over Andeison and
adjoining Counties-it is the synonym of success.
People who know us from the time we were mere toddlers in this business
of giving MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY, will tell yon that *e
are the .PEERS biour -inG'
In proof of this fact our business has grown to be so large that we aro
compelled to have moro room. Weare pleased to announce to our many
friends and customers that on September 1st we will also occupy the Store
Room adjoining our present quarters. This adjoining room will bo our-?
Dry Goods, Shoo and lotion Department.
Oar present room will be our-.
Glassware and Stove Department?
We ask that YOU please let the columns of The Anderson Intel
Advocate and the Daily Mail be yonr shopping guide, and you won'
Don't forget after Sept. 1st Two Stores down next
You are invited.
The PC. aadSlOe. STOBB?
The Kan down nest tc thc PosioSiee that sells the Best?
-TwolStores down next'lto^PoBt Cfilce after Sep?
tomber the 1st.