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WEDNESDAY. SKIT, ll, ????.
The Second Primary.
Compared with the li rn t primary, I
lhere wae & considerable trilling oft" in
;he vote in the second jinmnry ?lec
tion yesterday, and oy?rything passed
of quietly. In another column wo
pafclish a statement of tho vote cast at j
nlHhe Clubs in tho County. J. A. Hall
is named for tho Legislature, J. C.
Watkins for Clerk of Court nnd T. C.
Pruitt VT jj] be our next Coroner. Of
course, J. il. Karlo for Railroad Com
missioner carries the County by a big
The Anderson County fair.
Th?* Anderson County Fair Associa
ion will hold ita annual Fair next
.iionth, beginning Tuesday morning.
.Jetober -1th, and ending Thursday af
ternoon, October nth. The ground's
ar* located just north of the city and
'-will be within easy reach of visitors
'Sianv hue exhibits have been secured
.ind from the present outlook the Fair
will be a successful ono. The people
of the county are taking much inter
est in the Fair, and it is attracting at
rtention from other sectionof the State.
All exhibits must boon thc grounds
?on or before the :frd of October. The
Scciety will refund all freight charges
. _oaid by exhibitors living within the
State, on -exhibits raised or produced
?in South Carolina, provided such ex
hibits are shipped ut the lowest re
leased freight rate and prepaid. Ex
hibits sent by freight or express must
toe prepaid and marked plainly, "Sec
tretary Anderson County Fair Associa
tion, Anderson, S. C."
All entries must be made on or be
fore Monday, September luth, and
.should be-eent to Secretary F. B. Cray
.$>wingto the limited tim? for pre
paration the exhibit? will be restricted
to a display of horses, cattle, sheep,
? hogs and poultry. Stalls will be pro
vided on the grounds, and forage will
l)e furnished by the Anderson mer
chants and delivered on the grounds
at regular market prices.
The attendance of members of the
.-press is cordially invited by the so
ciety. Editors and newspaper men
-should notify the secretary two or
ree weeks before the fair in order
that tbe usual courtesies may be ex
The premiums offered for exhibits
.range from $10 down to i<l..">0, and in
all number about 100. To give an idea
of the character and amount a,fewof
the premiums are ment:oned here as
"lollows : Thoroughbred horse, best
"Stallion, three years old and over, #10 ;
standard bred, best stallion, two years
old and over, ?10; light draft, two
years old and over, i*i? ; fourth claps
ponies, best snddle pony, ridden by
boy, $r? ; fifth class, matched and single
-'harness, best matched gelding, $10;
hest single harness gelding or mare,
rig, etc., Tyson & Jones buggy, do
nated by Fretwell-Hanks Cc?. ; best
pair faun mules, one ton fertilizers,
donated by Anderson Phosphate and
.Oil Cof ; best Devon bull, $5; best
Jersey cow, $5 ; best boar, ooo year
oidor over.$5; best sow, under one
year old, $5 ; best pen black breast
.ned Gar?es, $1.50; best pen Iii onze
These are a few of the best prem
iums offered and they will give s^ine
?conception of the character of the
-.prises. The Fair will be well worth
.seeing and especially tho farmers of
f.hecouuty should not fail to come.
'.Wants Telephone Ordinance Changed.
Tho Anderson Telephone coippauy
&as been making a light for some time
tobring about a change inv the tele
phone ordinance of the city, giving it
the right to charge for out of town
..messages. The matter bas been pass
men upon by the city council, which re
r.i;ined to make tbe proposed change.
At the suggestion of the president of
'the company, Mr. (J. W. Evans, a
(meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
was held Fridr.y afternoon and the
?matter waa laid before them and fully
.discussed. As u result of this confer
ence a resolution was adopted ask
ing the council to grant the change
:ia the ordinance demanded by the com
Manager E. S. Moorer submitted
-seine interesting figures showing what
"the'Company is getting for its service
an B financial way nnd what it costs to
.operate each telephone. The value of
a phone according to his ligures is $8:i
.and the cost of operating it $20.00 a
.year. The present income from each
is $27.77. He claimed that a revenue
.-Of $48.41 should be received from each
'phone in order to enable the company
to make a reasonable profit. In reach
ing this result he bases bis estimates
upon the following: Depreciation 0 per
?oent., $7.47; profit 8 per cent., $8.77;
-expense of opt rating a 'phone per year
-$26.09: repairs, eic, r> per cent., $5.48;
xhe teiepbonepeople allege that they
ore ?lot making any money, and that
in order to protect themselves it will
'be absolutely necessary to have the or
dnance amended to meet their esti
mates. Tho matter has been before
itbe?ablic for some time and there is
<onsiderabIo interest in it among the
Easiness men of the city.
-TPbe poor*?* ef thc United StsteB
-cat-'?SOjOOO.OOO worth of e?ndy in a
- It ia said that the Uoitcd States
?ray is ?boo to fee provided wuh ?
new msgixioegun which will super
sede th? Krap-Jorgensen.
M ?ii i lol, on Sunday, Sept. J1 eli. Mewl,
hy Kev. X. <>. Wright and at hid home,
Mr. Robert S. Gambrell and Miss Ula
King, both ot' Belton, Wo wish them
H happy voyage through life.
J/arried, on Sunday afternoon, Seu
tembe? ', 1004, at the home of the
bride's mother in iionea Path, by Rev.
Peter Stokes, Mr Lawton Davis and
Miss Minnie Tinsley, both of Honea
Married, at the homo of Kev. N. G.
Wright and by him, on Thursday,
Sept. 8, 1904, Mr. Bruce Pruitt and Miss
Annie Saylors, all of Anderson County,
We join their many friends in extend
.Marnoo, on Sunday evening, Sep
tember ll, 1004, by J. II. Rai ney, magis
trate, and at his homo in this county,
Mr. W. T. Frost, of Hart County,
Ga., and Miss M. J\ J/cGee, of Ander
Invitations have been issued to tho
marriage of Mr. Brantley B. Hart and
MisR Milla Brown, which will take
nlace in this city on Wednesday, Sept.
iJlst. Miss Brown is a popular young
lady, a daughter of Mrs. Mary F.
Brown. Mr. Hart formerly lived in
Anderson, but is now a traveling man
with headquarters in Columbia.
Prof. A. M. Fugle, who is one of the
new teachers in the High School de
partment of the city graded schools,
waa married laBt Wednesday to Mine
Minnie Fellers, of Prosperity. The
Newberry Evening Telegram of the
0th says: "Mr. A. M. Foxle and Miss
Minnie FellerB wer3 married at ten
o'clock this morning at the residence
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Fellers, about two miles from
Prosperity. The house was beauti
fully decoruted for the occasion, and
many friends of bride and groom were
in attendance at the ceremony. Tbe
couple were joined in holy wedlock
by tbe Rev. Antonie McCollougb, of
thin county. The couple leave to-day
for Anderson where Mr. Fogle teaches
in the graded school."
Married, on Friday, Sept. 1?, 11)04, at
0 o'clock p. m., at the home ot the
bride, in this county, by Rev. J. W.
Perry, Mr. David A. Taylor, of Fort
Wayne, Ind., and Mrs. Rebecca J.
Pickel, of Anderson County. The
marriage was a happy surprise to the
many friends of the bride, who is a
sister ot J. B. Douthit, of the Pendle
ton section, at whose home the bride
and groom were tendered a reception
on Saturday evening. Mr. Taylor ia a
native of Virginia, but has been living
H number of years in Indiana, where
he is engaged in the oil business. He
is a very clever, intelligent gentle
man, and in so favorably impressed
with our county that he may decide to
locate here after disposing of his in
terests in his adopted State.
The Atlanta Journal of yesterday
says : "A quint but pretty wedding
waa that of Miss Nora Agnes Smith
and Mr. Clarence Eugene Tribble, of
Anderson, S. C., which took place to
day at noon at the home of the bride's
father, Mr. K. W. Smith, on North
Boulevnrd. Only the immediate rela
tives were present. Mr. PrentiBB D.
Reed was tue groom's best man and
tho only attendant. Rev. C. P. Bride
well performed tho ceremony. Mist>
Smith has numbers of friends who re
gret that her marriage will take her
away from Atlanta. Mr. Tribble in a
successful young insurance man being
cashier of thc Mutual Benefit Insurance
Company, and,:s very popular in An
derson, where he will take his bride
after n stay in Asheville, N. C." We
join the many friends of the happy
couple in extending congratulations.
Stabbed by His Host.
Mystery surrounds the stabbing of
W. R. Sullivan, of Anderson, S. C.
who has just recovered from a wound
in the neck received at ol) Carroll
street, two weeks ago last Wednesday.
W. Lt. Ledford, who lives at that num
ber, and who was Sullivan's host, was
bound over to the city court by the re
corder Friday morning on the charge
Sullivan stnted that he came here on
an excursion, and spent a day or two
with Ledford. On the day he decided
to return to Anderson, he and Led
ford had a few drinks together. That
night, he says, he left the sitting room,
walked out on the veranda, sat down
and went to sleep. When he awoke he
was on the ground and stabbed in the
back, nnd his assailant ran around the
house. He was takeu to Grady hospi
tal, where he stayed until Thursday.
Then he made the case against Lea
Ledford stated that he was in the
room when Sullivan fell from the
pm ?-ii to the ground. He found him
there, he said, and a pint flask, crunh
i <l to bits, was under bim. ile thought
that the broken glass might have
caused the cut.
Sullivan's bloody shirt, with a cut in
it, waa exhibited to the court.
"You can't make me believe," said
the recorder, "that a bottle did that.
I am morally certain that yon did it,
Other witnesses who were snmnioned
did not seem to know much about the
occurrence. D.W. Carian, 02 Carroll
street, testified that there had been a
?iuarrel between Ledford and his guest,
..edford is an operator at the Fulton
Cotton and Bagging Company, and
Sullivan is also an operative. Ledford
was bound over under a bond of $100,
and later taken to the Tower.-Atlanta
Journal, 10th inst.
Used fer Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mien.,
sav?, "1 have UP ed Foley's Honey and
Tar tn tb rm? very severe eases of pneu
monia with good res il ta In every case."
K^rn-e HiihPtitntoH Evans Pharmaoy.
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>alti?e. f Bataattte cure
dllCMCa of the
)D, SKIN and SCALP
e In hot or co)d batha. Tot ez
application.. 'or internal ate.
tiff's firtttttt OtmltMt
?tirational lemedy. - '
>ATH and TOILET
Bea the~consplexioB. renewa
>wth ef Ute hail Mi pc*>
t turnina gray*
I S??pfesr Olirtftitflt
usa, Scaldi. Open
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Spartanburg FirmCets Contract.
The Spartanburg Journal of th?' 12th
inst. Hay?: "trwin A. Wray, ot thia
city haye received the contract lor thu
supervisi?n of the construction of tho
overhead work of the trolley lines to
be installed by the Anderson Electric
Light and Hallway Company ot An
derson, S. C. The new trolley system
will be one of tho moHt extensive and
best equipped in the Palmetto State
am? when completed will Rive Ander
son an up-to-date electric railway.
Mr. Wray will leave in a few days to
begin work on tho new trolley system.
The material is furnished by Northern
electric supply and manufacturing
Complimentary .Notice of a Former Citizen
?.*. of Anderson.
Our former young townsman, CC.
Featherstone, Esq., of Laurens, was
defeated in the first primary election
ns a candidate for the House of Repre
sentativos in that county. The Laur
ens Advertiser, in speaking of the re
sult of the primary, says:
"So far as the results in the county
are concerned tney could not but be
satisfactory. Tho candidates general
ly wore competent and honest and
there was no opportunity for material
blunders. Had Mr. Featherstone been
nominuted for the House, Laurens
would probably have beon able to
boost of the most forceful leader in
that body, lu our judgment Mr.
Featherstone has nothing to regret in
his defeat. Why a lawyer of his ca
pacity and place at tho bar would de
sire to go to the legislature in these
times is rather more than we can un
derstand except of course upon the
theory that his is a peculiarly high
sense of unselfish patriotism. Mr.
Featherstone's service in the House,
had he been elected, would have con
ferred a far greater obligation upon
Laurens County than the voters of the
county could have conferred upon
him. We suspeot that Mr. Feather
stone is to be felicitated upon bis de
feat so far as his selfish interests are
The Announcement of a Coming Mar
We clip .the following paragraph
from the North Georgia Citizen, pub
lished at Dalton, Ga., which will we
know be of interest to the many
friends and relatives of the happy cou
ple in this county :
"The announcement of the coming
marriage of Miss Whitman and Mr.
Horton will interest many Oalton ac
quaintances. The wedding will occur
at the First Presbyterian Church here,
and will bring from Atlanta and South
Carolina members of families who are
related to both Mr. Horton and Miss
Whitman. As it happens, their grand
mothers were sisters, and were closely
connected with the well known Brown
family of South Carolina. Miss Whit
man is the younger daughter of the
tiret editor of The Citizen, Col. J. T.
Whitmnn. Her mother was J/iss Cor
nelia Brown, of Anderson, S. C. Mr.
Horton is the senior member of the
law timi of O.K. and M. C. Horton, of
Atlanta; he is a cousin of the late
Thaddeus Horton, of journalistic note.
The details of the wedding have not
all been perfected as yet, but it has
been decided to have the church sim
ply decorated in green and white, and
there are to be four bridesmaids, a
maid of honor, lour ushers, and a best
One of the ushers will be Carroll
Brown Lntimer, of Belton. The groom
is a native of Anderson County, a
brother of Postmaster Hortou, of Bel
ton, and is a young man of many noble
virtues and ranks high iu his chosen
A Widow at Fourteen.
Under the above caption the New
York World of last Saturday publish
ed the following telegram from Cincin
nati, but we have been unable to find
any person here who knows anything
about the parties mentioned :
Cincinnati, Sept. 0.-A romance
which had its origin at the cradle 14
years ugo, when Broun low King, then
nine, fell in love with Eva Wilson, a
tiny bright-eyed baby whom he rock
ed to Bleep daily and whom he after
ward married, came to light to-day
with the arrival of the young girl, now
a widow, at her mother's home, No.
1817 Vine street.
Eva Wilson King wed at 13, ie a
widow at 14 and is still in short dresses,
with brown cori* hanging down her
back. Her marriage took place at An
derson, S. C., where both families
"My husband loved me from the
time 1 was a tow days old, and was an
j almost conn cant companion, ?even when
I waa a mere baby, BO mother tells
me," said Mrs. King to-day. "He al
ways considered the privilege of rock
ing ruo in the cradlea great favor."
u he young widow expects io eater
the public sehoulQ in a few months, and
has come to her mother's home that
she may have her babv cared for prop*
?riy while she completes her educa
tion. ? ? j
ARC YOUR KIDNEYS WELL?
Bright's Disease, Dlabetls, Rheuma
tism, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, toflsmstlon
of the Bladder, Bad Blood and Nervous
Troubles caused by Sick Kidneys.
Evans Pharmacy, the well known
Druggists of Anderson, know by expe
rience that HINDIPO will eure ad forms
of Kidney and Nervous Troubles, -and
will guarantee it In all eases.
Csn't yon afford to try it at t hoir risk ?
lt oosta yon nothing if lt don't do the
Sent by tnatltosny address, prepaid,
on receipt of SO cents. 6 Boxes ?2.50 un?
der a positive gu aran too.
For uale in Anderson, S. C, by Evans
Registered Berkshire Stook Hog. He
ls ths finest In tbs country. Services, 92
cash. Oaklaad Poultry Yard, Ander
son, 8. C. _ _ _ ' 13-4
A Nsw Jersey Editsr's Testimonial.
M. T. FvDcb, Editor of the PhlMps
burg, N. J. Post, writes: "I have used
many kinds of medicines for coughs and
ooldsln my family but never anything
so good as Foley's Honey and Tar. I
cannot say too muoh In praise of lt."
Cured Hemorrhages sf the Lung*.
"Several years since my lungs were so
badly affected thc. T had many hom
o rr hage*," writes A. M. Ase* of Wood,
Ind. 'I took treatment with several
physicians without any haa*fit, I then
.tarted lo take Foley's Honey and Tar
and my longa are how ?a sound as a bal*
let. I recommend lt in advanced stages
of lung trou ole." Evana Pnarmaoy.
Feet Swell en to lamtssa Sits.
"I had.kidney trouble so bad," says J.
J. Cox, of Valley View, Ky., nhat I
could not work, mr feet were swollen to
Immense sic? and I waa confined to my
bed and physician* were nuable to give
me any relief. Mv doctor finally nra*
.cribed Foley's Kidney Cure whian
mads a wall man ot me.' ' Avoid ?er'.f >B
resol ?s of kidney or bladder disorderly
taking Foley's Kidney Caro. Evans
Pnarmaoy. W >afig
COSTS YOU NOTHING IF
BE THE BEST FEME
TRIED IF Gil All
YOUR HOME DRUGGIST 1
This remedy is purely vegetable and
cosy to assimilate. The doses are small
and pleasant to take. It is prepared
from the original formula of Dr. Franz
Gauswein, of Welsbaden, Germany,
who was, until Iiis death, one of the
world's most successful and noted phy
sicians. Thousands of families for
three generations h..ve bern rtH*om
mending this wonderful preparation In
the highest terms.
If your digestion Is Impaired, If your
liver is Blugglsh or blood is Impure,
"Seven Barks" will surely effect n
Speedy cure, as it cleanses, flushes and
tones up the whole digestive und drain
FOB SALE BY EV
MONEY TO LOAN for home client?
on cany terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
THE Bf ATI ON looks to New York aa
leader in things photographic, in carbon,
in platinum, in matt finish And all fancy
lightings. The GALLAGfiER STUDIO
sent to the leading Photographie College
of U. 8. for a man familiar with all these.
He baa arrived and is now in charge.
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
t?rele**, little workers-Dr. King's New
Life Pille. Millions are always at work,
nUI<? ?ml/l.n n".l.," HIM.
-r> ~-*- "J l Bl??MIg &*I%*?wrawaaf
ouBnese, Constipation, Sick Headache
and all Stomach, Liver and T> ?wei trou
bles. Easy pleasant, safe, sn- ?>, Only
25o at Orr, Gray <fc Co's, drug atore.
A large atoek of Tin and Grey Enara
eled Ware. 8tove Ware, <fce., is carried by
Sullivan Hdw. Co., who would be pleaded
to supply you with what you want in
MONEY TO LOAN-A tew thousand
dollars to lend on Land for oliente. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
t lt Saved his Leg.
P. A. Danfort h. of LaGrange, Ga., suf
fered for six months with a frightful run
ning Bore on bia leg ; but writes that
Buoklen's Arnica Salve wholly eured it
in tl vo days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles,
it's the best ?arve in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25 cts. Sold by Orr,
ray A Co., Druggist.
The Davis Sc Daniel Shoe Store will
, move to the store next to John A us tic,
the Magnet, September lat. We invite
our friends from the country to see us in
our new stand. .
Suiliv-.n Hardware C->. have just te
cnlved their second full car load of Load
ed Shells this noaaoD. Thev do not han
dle anything but the best U. M. C. '-New
Club" and Worchester "New ? Rival '
Sholl? but these, the safe and sure kiud,
are the kind the hunters want.
Foley's Honey and Tar is especially
adapted for chronic throat troubles and
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all bronchial diseases. Refuse
substitutes. Evans Phaima?y.
Disturbances of strikers are not nearly
as grave aa an individual disorder of the
Bystem. Overwork, loss of sleep, ner
vous tension will be followed by utter
collapse, unless a reliable remedy ia im
mediately employed. Tbere'a nothing
so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver
or Kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's a
wonderful tonio, and effective nervine
and the greatest all around medicine for
run down systems. It di OD ol? Nervous
ness, Rheumatism audv Neuralgia and
expels Malaria germs. ' Only 50c, and
satisfaction guaranteed by Orr, Gray &
We have great inducements to offer
?ou in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Dragers,
'ieee Goods, etc. We will bo in our office
for the next sixty days. Buy from ua
you get the mill prices. We eave you
tba j ob boro profits. Call on us and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers In the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agenta
"Just in the nick of time our little boy
was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins of
Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia bad
placed Bad havoo with bim and a terrible
cough set In besides. Doctois treated
him, but he grew worse ernry day. - At
length we tried Dr. King's Kew Discove
ry for Consumption, and our darling waa
saved. He's now sound and well."
Everybody ought to know, it's the only
sure cure for Coughs, Colds and Lung
diseases. Guaranteed by Orr, Gray &
Co., ur u pg ?LB. FiivS 50c sui $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forget
Aid Never Brought te Mind."
wnen you neeoVanytnlog usnallv kept
in Drugstores don't forget that W?hlte
4c Wllbite are generally open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paints, as good aa
the beat and aa cheap aa th? cheapest, al
ways on band.
Whan you need a Shpt Gun go where
you can get fust what yon want; or if
you are uncertain as to what you wast,
go where you can OJ them ali to make
your selection. Sullivan Hdw, 00. have
purchased thia season the following sin?
gie barrel Shot Guns: 230 Iver John
son's. 400 Harrington & Richardson's,
700 "Nimrods," 550 Hopkins ? Allen's.
Also the following double-barrel Oona:
30 Remington's, 100 VSuUivau'e Specials,"
144 Belgum'a, 40 Winchester Rifles.
This mai ces a total of 2,194 Guns bought
this season by this firm. These people
would be ?Tees?*! to nave yon examine
their line of Guns.
Doctoro Cod ld not Help Her.
. I had kidney trouble for years,"
write* Mrs. Raymondr.Conuer, of Shel
ton, Wash., "and \ha' doctors could not
help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
and the very first dose ?ave rae relier
and Lam now cured. 1 ?t??oi say too
louou for Pole;- Kidney Our*.'- Tfc
makes the diseased kidneys sound so
they will eliminate the poisons from the
blood. Evans Pharmacy.
Letter to White & Co.
.1 1 ?
Anderson, 8. V.
Dear sirs ; A gallon saved is 84 or ?5
earned. Devon saves 3 or 3 gallons in 10.
How much la It worth a gallon ?
? gallon saved saves the. pain ting too ; ?
and both together coat $4 or *5-*4 where
; labor ta cheap ; i? where labor la dear.
Our asenta in Bridgeport, Conn., Hub
boll & Wade Co.. tell us ? "There are a
H rest many workingman's houses hero.
They used k> paint lead-asd-cll and take
ten gallons. Wo have been selling Ibedl
ten ?aliona De voe leadand'Sltto. ana
: have had. In every Instenos?, two gallons
returned/' The proportion. !? often
higher than that ; we have known lt Ava
la tent but that ls exceptional.
This ls the explanation: Dovce ls
ground . by machinery, and ls ground
fine ; lead-and-oll is mixed by hand, And
Isn't grruud at all.
^oura trUly> i " \ ?,
F. W. j&?vo*dt Co. vi
F. S.r-W. L. BrLtsey sella cur paiat.
IT DOES NOT PROVE TO
DY YOU K?VE EVER
,MENTS OF THE *
LIVER AND KIDNEYS
WAKES THE GUARANTEE
age system in a thorough manner, leav
ing Nature to do the rest, which it wllL
We cordially invite our friends and
customers to call and get n bottle of
this highly meritorious remedy. You
may deposit 50 cents for u bottle of
"Seven Harks" as evidence of good
faith. Try It as directed, and If found
unsatisfactory, we will cheerfully re
fund your money. Or, if you cannot
spare the small amount we ask on de
posit, come anyway and we will take
all the risk. What we want Is to intro
duce this remedy among our friends
and customers where it is not known?
Churches at Constantinople, Turkey, and
Yokaboma, Japan, have long used the
Longman <fc Martinez Painta lor painting
Liberal contributions of L. A M. Paint
will be given for snob purposes wherever
a church is located.
F. M. Hoofleid, Harria Springs, 8. C..
writes, "I painted our old homestead
with Li. A M. twenty-six years ago. Mo;
painted since ; looks better than nouses
painted in the last fonr years."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va.,
myjiM, "Painted FrssksnbsrgBIook wjth
L. A M. shows better than any buildings I
bera have ever done ; stands out as I
though varnished, and actual cost of
paint was- less than f 1.20 per gallon,
wears and oovera like gold."
These celebrated Paints are sold by F.
B. Crayton, Anderson ; T. L. Hopper,
Bolton ; T. C. Jackson, Iva; E. 8. Hor
ton, Lowndesvillr. 11-8
- ? ~* mm
Cored Fifty Headaches
J U one day while distributing free sam
?les ot Nervnlgino, and will cure five
hundred if I can fled that many suffer
ers. You run no risk, for lt ls harmless,
and it does the work in five to ten min
utes. Four dores 10c Sold by all drug
Sullivan Hardware are preparing for a
very large fall business. They have the
largest stock of Hardware ever carried
by any hardware house in the State.
They are now located in their new rooms
on South Main street. This building has
been admirably fitted for the transaction
of their business. Honest goods, low
prioes and fair dealing are the founda
tion stones upon which this firm has
built its enormous business.
Everything needed in the way of re
pairs by the man who rans machinery is
carried by Sullivan Hdw. Co. Mail or
ders receive prompt attention at their
Grass and Bunh Blades and Snaths
will soon be in demand. Sullivan Hdw.
Co. have them at lowest prices.
"GET THE HABIT 1"
Habit is .the strongest impulse in
man. The Saving Habit is easily
formed, and if formed assures success.
You can only acquire independence
by earning it ; you can only acquire
wealth by saving what you earn.
Form the habit of depositing a part
of your earnings each week with the
Savings Department of the Bank of
Anderson and prosperity will follow.
THE BANK OF ANDERSON,
Arderson, 8. G.
The oldest and stror gest Bank in the
Wo have just received a
Car Load bf all sizes. Pri
ces right See us if you
want the BEST Wagon.
The first Section of S3 rd year will be
gin Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1604. st Green weed,
S. a Our we?' - >wn advantage? With
valuable addh. r. Bates msonable.
Send for catalogua to
JOHN O. WILLSON,
WmHttuaton. 8. C., or Greenwood, 8. C.
Aug 17,190* 9 6
UND FOR SfttX
Traci No. 1-Con tains 184 ?ores. Good
houses.. '? ? - A '
Tract No. 2-Contains 161 acres. Jw?
ly good houses.
Tract No. 2-Contaloe 155 acres. Two
above Land Sn Hones Path Town
ship. Apply or address
< J. M. HAMPER,
R- F D. No. 8, Anderson, S. C"
ns;?14901 lt - . ?*
We Put on Sale This Week
AT THE MOST
. OF THE SEASON.
These Goods were bought UNDER PRICE and will 09
sold UNDER PRICE.
This is the commencement of our bummer Clearing Sales
Our Stock is complete with all
And all the little Summer acce?aories.
Gather together your loose oLange and come thia way
and you will get great valuea.
Head-to>Foot Outfitters for Men, Women,
1 and tfifc*i*?w??
Yes, in Abundance.
Our buyers are home, and we can conscientiously say
they have bought one of the largest and mosij up^ioHiat?
Stock of Merchandise ever brought to our city. Now* for-^
Fine Dress Goods,
We will state that no one in Upper South Carolina caa toucfe
us on prices. They are ir? reach of all.
We lay special stress on our beautiful line of
Sight style?, and, beat of all, the RIGHT; ;KEU^S^> ?
We bave ^
tamers. You will do well to inspect lessor's Geog* Ijpjj?jfc
you make your purchase, as we certainly will gi ^ you ri^ht
prices. No competitor can touch u& in quality and prices.
Com? to our Biff Store and see the beautiful styles in all
departments. We hope to be honore? with a call from
at an early dato. Yetara for trade,