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WEDNESDAY, SK TT. 21, l'JOI.
A' Shooting and G?ttin?; Affair In the
r*An unfortunate difficulty took place
about 0 o'clock Saturday afternoon on
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IUV ?*K*%fM?\/ U-jUUl KJ UUl tT \J<U ll UlUJIUg ,-it.i
tin and John Hobbins, two well known
young men of the Count/, resulting in
the painful cutting of Robbins and
perhaps the fatal wounding of Martin
ny a pietol shot at tho li ?WM i H of the
The two men met and began an un .
friendly discussion over some matter
between them. According to the story
of those who witnessed the artair, after
lian! word? had been spoken, Martin
drew his knife and began using it
upon Hobbins. The latter ?hew his.
pistol, which was knocked from his
hand before he could Uro it. A scuttle
ensued over the weapon. Hobbins
secured it. and (ired three times. Only
one ball took effect, which entered the
shoulder and ranged downwards to the
right? lodging somewhere near the
Roth men were given prompt medi
cal attention. The extent ot Robbins'
womals consisted of lind eats on the
face ami anns. His injuries aro very
painful but not of a serious diameter,
ile is now able to he out and will be
recovered in a few week H.
Martin's injuries,on tim other hand,
are very sei ions. Tho lower part of
Iiis body is paralyzed. The, ball has
not been located, but it hus in some
ivay injured the spinal column. His
condition is precarious. Ile was rest
ing fairly wel| yesterday and his p y
sicians state that he basa lair cir .ice
r No eau?e for the unfortunate iii1
culty has developed.
Injured by Train.
Jim Cox, a white man who lives at
the Orr mills, was dangeroaaly injured
Monday night by being struck by the
pilot of the incoming passenger train
from i iel ton on the Blue Ridge rail
road. Ho was sitting on one side of
the track and his presence wasnnt ?-Ii*,
covered by the fireman until the en
gine struck him. When picked up by
the train crev Cox waa unconscious.
He was brought up town and his
wounds dressed by Urs. Gray and Heir
ry. His injuries are of a serious nature,
his head being badly cut and bruised.
His chances for recovery aro fairly
Knod, though a fatal termination ot
his injuries would not be suiprising.
Cox was drinking, aud when found he
had a half pint bottle of whiskey in his
pocket. He is employed at tho Orr
milla, where be has a wife and several
A Valuable Crop.
C. H. Saylors, of the Starr section,
presented us last Saturday with a line
head of cabbage, which was very firm
and weighed DJ pounds. Mr. Saviors
says that in this county we can grow UH
line cabbage as are grown anywhere,
and two crops of them each season.
He says that on one acre of ground you
can plant 70 rows 70 yards long, and
by putting three plants to each yard
you can harvest 210 cabbages from
each row. Averaging the cabbages at
live pounds each you have 1,0."?0 pounds,
which, at three cents a pound, would
brine you $81.80 for each row, or
$3,205.00 for the 70 rows. With two
crops each season this would give the
producer *4,410.00 from one acre of
ground. These are startling figures
for the product of one acre of ground,
bot Mr. Saylors shows they are cor
Rev. A. B. Earle, pastor of the .Meth
odist church at Camden, S. C., died at
his home in that town er Tuesday, 13th
inst. Mr. Earle at one time served
the Methodist churched at Belton and
Williamston, and has many friends in
those sections who will regret to hear
of his death.
CC. Simpson died nt hi? home at
the Anderson Cotton Mills last Sunday
morning. He was about 44 years of
age, and leaves a wife and three chil
dren. The remains were carried on
Monday to Sandy Springs, where the
remains were interred. Rev. D. W.
Keller conducting the funeral service.
Mrs. S. A. McGill died at her home
near Iva last Saturday morning. Shu
had been seriously ill for some weeks,
and her death was expected at any
time by her relatives and friends.
She had long been an exemplary mem
ber of Cross Roads Baptist Church,
where her remains were interred Sun
day. Mrs. McGill was a daughter of
G. W. Belcher, Sr., and was a good
woman, whose death is deeply re
gretted by a wide circle of friends and
relatives. She leaves a husband and
Mrs. Ola Lindsey, wife of M. G.
Lindsey, of this city, died at the home
of her father, G. w. Burgess, at Pied
mont, last Thursday afternoon. She
had been in feeble health for some
time, and a few weeks ago went to the
home of her father, hoping that the
chancre would recuperate her health.
Mrs. Lindley waa a most excellent.
Christian woman, being a devoted
member of the First Baptist Church in
this city, and was highly esteemed by
all of her friends. She was about 38
years of age, and is survived by her
husband and five children, an infant
son having preceded her to the grave
two weeks ago. The remains were in
terred in the cemetery at Piedmont on
Andersen has lost another one of
iieV oldt.st citizens jn the death of Mr.
Andes Wood, which occuired at his
home in the Anderson cotton mill vil
lage last '1 hui sdi?y morning.- He bad
been quito feeble'for a j ear or more,
bat hud been confined to his bed only
three ?ur four weeks. The deceased
"Waft a native of Rutherford. N. C ,
and at the age of 18 years caroo to this
section to woik on the Columbia and
Greenville Railroad, which was then
being constructed. He remained hern
about two yvara when he married Miss
Sarah Ann Geer, a daughter of the
late Dav jd G vcr, and then returned to
jtw i;Mivp home in North Carolina.
While there be entered the Civil war
and served faithfully to its close.
After the war he moved to Georgia,
where he resided several years, and
then came back to Anderson County,
where he ...us ever since ?resided. He
was a carpenter by trade, and followed
that avocation undi hie health tailed.
By his marriage twelve.cnfldren were
born, ten of whom, with .theirvener
able mother, survive him.. 'He also
leaves ope brother and one sister. Mr.
Wood waa a most worthy? upright
man, and had. the confidence and.good
will of a wide circle of friends who
deeply sympathise with bia loved anea
in their sore bereavement. On Friday
morning the funeralaenricea were con
ducted at the borne of tho deceased
by Rev. Wm. Brown, at tho conclusion
of which tho remains were laid to real
in SfKer Brook cemetery.
Burned to Death.
Ti?e Greenville Ne wu. ?? Sunday,
isih inst., containing the following
notice <>t the terrible death of ono ol
Anderson County's most excellent wo
men, Mrs. M. Vanee McGee, who lived
ton miles south of Anderson, in the
Storeville section. The remains were
brought to this city Sunday morning
atid carried to First Creek Church,
where the funeral services were con
ducted that afternoon :
"Tho community waa shocked last
evening when it waa learned that Mrs.
Kosa C. McGee, wife of M. V. McGee,
of Anderson County, who had been
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. Waters,
at the nome of Dr. C. T. J. G ilea, Pen
dleton street, had met with a terrible
death by huming.
"Mrs. McGee came to this city about
ten days ago. She was an invalid) hut
was able to be up and about. On ac
count of the sud Jen change in the tem
perature yesterday morning a small
tire was started hy the servant, in the
grate of the room she occupied. Mrs.
McGee arose at tho unsual time, and
after dressing, she walked from her
room into thc hall. A servant passing
discovered that herclothing was ablaze |
and RH soon as alic became aware of
the fact shit started in a run for the
yard. The household came to her res
cue, hut before they could quench tim
Hame** or render any aid she became HO
awfully burned that notwithstanding
tho efforts ot Dra. Giles and Stephens
to relieve her agonies she died about
s o'clock last night.
"Ile!' husband was summoned by
wire and was with her when the end
came. .I.C Milford, of Honra 1'ath,
her brother, was also summoned, and
came up on the afternoon train.
...Mrs. McGee was a woman of splen
did traits ot chancier, and ber tragic
death will bo a severe blow to her
numerous relatives and friends. Four
children who aro at their homo are
bereft of a loving mother. She was a
leading member of tho First Creek
Baptist Church, and her remains will
bo carried there to-day for interment.''
Mr. Wm. Moore died athis home
here last Sunday night and was buried
the following afternoon in the Presby
terian Cemetery, the funeral services
being conducted by Kev. J, B. Ward.
Mr. Moore was ?*. consistent member of
the Presbyterian Church, having served
as deacon for several years, ile waa
born and reared in this county, and in
young manhood was married to Miss
Annie Bell. He had passed his seven
tieth birthday and for several years
had been a great sufferer. During his
long and trying illness be never mur
mured or complained, but bore his
sufferinps with patient resignation,
committing himself into the hands of
the Saviour. He was a man of exem
plary character, genial ia disposition,
lovable in character, kind-hearted and
sympathetic. The announcement of
his death brought sorrow to a wide
circle of friends and relatives who
deeply sympathize with tho bereaved
widow and two sisters, who are to
cherish her memory.
Miss Blanche Jones, of Columbia, is
visiting Mrs. J. B. Franks at Mr. Hop.
Jas. T, Baker and family left Satur*
day for their home in Washington;
alter a visit of several weeks to rela
Misses Lizzie Nance, Hath and Jennie
May Dunn ieavo to-morrow for a
short visit to Abbeville.
Ernest Johnston spent last weeek
with his parents.
Mrs. F. W. K. Nance invited a num
ber of her friends to an old time quilt
ing lust Friday nud all had a most
Kev. J. E. Ward, who has so accept
ably supplied Good Hope and Provi
dence Churches during the summer,
left Friday for a visit to Augusta be
fore resuming his studies in the semi
Kev. W. S. Haunter, of Seneca,
preached in the Presbyterian Church
Sunday to a large congregation. Mr.
Hamiter has been called to this church
and in earnestly hoped be will accept.
He will .preach here again the first
Sunday in October.
The Lowndesville High School open
ed last Monday with 03 pupils. This
number will be considerably iucreased
when all the pupils have started.
Mrs. Emma PrespNy spent last week
with Mrs. T. D. C *>!ay.
Mrs. Tantie Huck?oee returned last
Thursday from Paint ku. Florida.
Miss Meta Allen left Saturday for
Anderson County where she will teach
the Shiloh School the coming winter.
Dr. J. D. Wilson was called by tele
gram ?ant week to the bedside of his
father, who was quite sick.
Mrs. E. W. Harper spent a few days
of last week in Anderson with rela
Miss Ellie Campbell, of Moffatts
ville. is visiting nor grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. K. B. Hutchison. Ye dei.
Meeting of Patrons of Piercetown
Mr. Editor: Please announce in your
next issue that the patrons of Pierce
town Graded School are requested to
meet at Piercetown on Tuesday night,
37ih?iust. Every one interosteu in the
school will take notice and be np hand,
as we have business of importance to
A. M. Guyton, Chairman.
A guarantor! cure for sore head chlok
ena at Cray ton'a Drug Store. 14-13t.
CAN BE MADE STRONG
AND ACTIVE QUICKLY
NO CURE-NO PAY
We toke nil the chances, but os the
chances of failure are so small, we do
not hesitate for a moment Mi guarantee
ing ihat "Seven Barks" will cure any
case of disordered stomneb, indigestion
or liver complaint. Don't take our
word for lt. If you are ailing from any
form of trouble, emanating from the
stomach, bowels, liver or kidneys, call
at our store and we will give you a full
size bottle of "Seven Barks." DeposF.
HO cents ns an evidence of good faith
then take tho remedy as directed. If*it
does not do all that' Ok Claimed or you
aro for any reason dissatisfied, bring
the empty oir partly useoVhottle back
and' get tho^bXr cen#-sr?V4eimslted,
j Thia ls certainly fair and ls an excel
lent opportunity for our customers to
get acquainted with one of the best
remedies In the world.
EV AH 8 PH ASS AO Y.
Tho protracted meeting nt tiio Pres- j
byteriau Church closed the fourth .Satur
?lay and not the second Saturday a?
Mrs. C. 1'. Kay and little daughters,
fron Belton, are sueuding awhile with
ber father. W. F. M. Fant.
Misc Varina Smith bau returned from
visiting relatives at Greenwood, Pied
mont and Helton.
Kev. J. H. Karie preached an instruc
tive sermon at the Baptist Church bun
Mrs. J. W. Caines and little sons,
Carl and Harold, who have been spend
awhile with J. B. G sines, have return- ?
ed to Hal lsville.
Prof. and Mrs. J. B. Felton and lit
tle son, Herbert, from Ebenezer, are
the guests of J. C. Speares.
J. li. Pant has returned from John?,
Ala., after spending awnile with his
brother, C. K. Pant.
Miss Dora Wooton is visiting Miss]
Daisy Williams in Westminster.
M i HS Hetty Crabbs, of Fairplay,
spent Sunday with her brother, Sain
W. N. Bruce and daughter, Miss
Nita, from Oak way, spent Sunday with
MI-H. E. E. Bruce.
Paul O'Neal and his sister, from An
derson, spent awhile with L. <). Bruce.
Mr, and Mrs. Bucker Brown, of Pell
City, Ala., have been visiting McKin
.Miss Lizzie Bruce, who has been
teaching school at Woolfstake, has re
James McCailey, who has been in
Atlanta for the past few weeks In the
: infirmary, has returned home much im
proved in health.
.lohn Harria has'returned from Little
Uiver where he taught school the pist
Mr. Edward Humphreys, who has
been visiting hiH aunt, Mrs. J. P. Led
better. has returned ti? Atlanta.
< -'I i fl Hunt, from Seneca, spent Sun
day with his father, W. T. Hunt.
Miss Dicey Wright, who haa been
spending awhile with her cousin, M?BB
Ovnline Pant, has returned to her home
at Bock Mills.
Hon. J. H. Earle, Jr., from Walhalla,
attended services at the Baptist Church
W. Bogga spent Friday at Fort HUI.
Kev. J. T. Mongan, who has been
visiting relatives at Barnes, baa re
lu. UVU tu A UTIUVII1U .
Trying to Save a Wife Murderer.
It in reported that a numerously
signed petition will be gent to Govern
or Hey ward in behalf of Hoyt Hayes, a
white man convicted of murdering hm
wife in Oconee County. Another peti
tion will also be presented against the
exercise of clemency. Ha>es claimed
that his wife committed suicide. He
had two trials and on the last was con
victed, an appeal waa taken to the su
preme court which sustained the ver
dict and there is no hope for the con
demned man unless the governor
should pardon him. The testimony in
the case in some of ita details was most
revolting and the jury had no faith in
the suicide theory. On what grounds
th** petition for clerneucy will be asked I
U unknown, ns neither it or the counter
petition has yet been received.
- The State of Mississippi has in
its treasury $1 56 and there is no re- j
lief in sight. Much doubt is express
ed in ?Dan?ial circles whether a firm
of New York and Chicago brokers who
recently purohascd a State bond issue
of half a million dollars will pay for
them and the banks of the State
seemingly are unwilling to advanoe
money for immediate use. No pay
ments of taxes are due for 30 days
and a proposed special session of the
Legislature could not bring relief
within that period.
Letter to J. N. S. McConnell.
Anderson, ?S\ C.
Dear Slr: There are several wi? of
cheating tn milk An old-fashioned way
ls to water it. Nobody waters it now.
A baiter way ls to take out the cream
rich milk with the cream taken out ia aa
good aa poor milk with ita cream all in.
But we needn't go into particulars.
You don't rob your milk and your
cm H to m oro.
Paint is ai easy aa milk to oheat with.
Good paint is as rare aa good milk; for
haman nature is aa muon ene nam o in
mil ii men and paint men.
You are just and true with your milk;
ao are we with our paint. Devoe lead
and- zinc ls twice as good aa mixed paints:
There's twloe aa much batter in it.
Mr. J. T. Lucid. Cbera?. 8. C., writes;
"Whun Mr. Evana painted hie houae
with Devoe, he figared on bow other
paints covered and hal enough left to
paint three large rooms. He waa so
pleased that he haa used Devoe on two
F. W. DEVOE & Co.
P. S.-W. L. Briaaey Bells our paint.
THE VALUE OP SULPHUR.
KtHoienoy in Healing Well Attained
by Hancock's Liquid Sulphur.
Used on the face Hancook'8 Liquid
Sulphur renders the oomplexlon clari
fied, beautiful and strong. * .
After aulphnr bathing, aa prepared
with Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, the
akin ia felt to glow with renewed health
Acne, ca tar rah, dlpthsria. itch, herpes,
pimples, prickly heat and ringworm,
with many more Ula, are guaranteed a
euro by Hancoek'a Liquid Sulphur
Nature's greatest germicide. Cancer and
other soreness of scalp, eyelids, mouth,
.nose and throat yield to its power.
Leading pharmacists aell lt. Request
Bookie from Hancoak Liquid Sulphur
Co., Baltimore, Md.
fitr Add Iron Mineral la not ? patent
medicine, but a wonderful combination
of Health living rectors, mined from the
earth, ana oom noan d ed in the Laborato
ry of Nature. It IR ol such gieat strength
tbbt it only takes a "little to do the
work." It cures snob a large percentage
of chronic diseases, after all else has fail
ed, that lt baa won for itself great fame,
she patient commencing to improve al?
moat from tbs first dose. Nothing will
build up the broken down system so
quickly and permanently aa A. I. M.
Why complain and suiter because of
some disease which undermines your
health and robs life of its charm, causing
you to loee hope abd succumb to despair
and finally premature death. Get A. I. M.
at one?, lt may snit your osae exactly.
It bas suited thousands of others. Trade
A. I. M. mark on every bottle. Sold by
druggist*. Acid Iron Mineral Co.,
Columbia, 8. C. .
'When you med ?Shot Gun go where
you ooo get Inst what you want; or If
you art uncertain as to what yon want,
go what!? yon ea? see them all to make
your selection. Sullivan Hdw. Co. hay?
purchased this asesen tb? following sin
gle tarro! Shot Guns: 290 Iver John*
son's. 400 Harrington & Richardson's,
700 ..Nimrods," 650 Hopkins A Allen's.
Also tbs following double-barrel Guns:
ao Remington's, 100 . Sulltvau'aSpecials,"
H4 Bslgum's, 40 Winchester Rifles.
This makes "a total of 2,1M Guns bought
this seaton by this flr/n. . These people
would be pleased to have . you examina
th~lr lino of Guns. .
EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY
Ev AUB Pharmacy, the reliable Drug*
twists of Anderson, are having call? for
"HINDIPO," the Now Kidney Cure and
Nerve 'Tonie that they are Bolling under
a punitive guarantee.
Ita merits are becoming the talk of tbe
ivYTV. ?.nd everybody wa ou? to try it, and
whynot? It coat? nothing; if it don'tdo
you good-not one cent.
They don't want your money If it doea
not benefit vou, and will cheertully re
fund the money. Try it to-day.
For uale in Anderson, S. C , by Evan
DAVIS ?i DANIELS SHOE STORE,
(Poet Office Block, Anderson.)-"Pretti
est Shoe Store in the ?ta'e " Qneeu
Quality and Imperial Walk Overa and
MONEY TO LOAN for home cliente
on easy terms.
Sim peon & Hood, Attorneys.
THE NATION looks to New York aa
leader in thing? photographic, in carbon,
in platinum, in matt finish and all fancy
lightings. The ?ALL IGHBR STUDIO
sent to tho leading Photographic College
of U. 8. tor a man familiar with all these.
He has arrived and is now iu charge.
Hight hour laws uro ignorod by those
tir?le** little worktrs-i>r. Kind's New
Life Pills, Millions are always at work,
I night and day, curing Indigestion, Bili?
I otiHhfH*, Constipation, Sick Headache
a'ii all Stomach, Liver aud Bowel trou
bles. Ensy pleasant, safe, sure. Only
-.">- at Orr, (iray <Si Co's, drug store.
A l?rgn stock of Tin and (?rey Enanv
ole>l Warp. Stove Ware, Sec., is carried bj
.Sullivan lldw. Co , who would bepleaie?
to supply you with what you want it
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousant
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
piy to r'. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
lt Saved his Leg.
P. A. Lanforth. of LaGrang?, Ga., sui
fered for six month? with a frightful ron
nlng sore' on his leg ; but writes tha
Bucklen'a Arnica 8ni vo wholly cured i
in five day*. For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles
it's the best valve in the world. Cur
guaranteed. Only \tb cts. Sold by On
Gray & Co., Druggist.
DAVIS A. DANIELS SHOE STOKE
(Poat Office Block, Anderson.-?'Prettt
est Shoe Store in the State." Oar speoia
boast: Wo kssp the beat Shoes to b
found on this market.
Sullivan Hardware C\ have just rc
col ved their second full car load of Load
ed Shells this season. Thev do not han
die anything but the best U. M. C. '-Nei
Club" and Worohester "Now Rival
8hells but these, the safe and sure ki nt
are the kind the hunters want.
Foley's Honey and Tar ls ospeoiall
adapted for chronic throat tron?les an
will positively cure bronchitis, boara
ness snd all bronchial diseases. Refui
substitutes. Evans Phaimacy.
Disturbances of strikers are not near!
aa grave as an Individual d<*order of tl
system. Overwork, loss of sleep, ne
VOUB tension will be fallowed utn
collapse, unless a reliable remedy ls in
mediately employed. There's nothin
so efficient to cure disorders of the LW<
or Kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's
wonderful tonic, and effective nervii
and the greatest all around medicine f<
run down systems. It dispels Nervou
ness, Rheumatism and Neu ral ala ai
expels Malaria germs. Only 50c, ai
satisfaction guaranteed by Orr, Gray
We have great inducements to oft
?ou in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawei
'ieee Goods, etc. We will bo in our offl
for the next sixty days. Buy from
you get the mill pricee. We save y<
the jobbers profits. Call on us and
convinced. Wo are selling the larg?
and closest buyers in the country]
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agen
Churches at Constantinople, Turkey, a
Yokahoma, Japan, have long used tl
Longman & Martinez Paints for palnti
Liberal contributions of L. & M. Pal
will be given for ouch purposes wherev
a church is located.
F. M. Soofield, Herrin Spring?, S. i
writes, "I painted our ola born?ete
with L. & M. twenty six years ago. S
painted since ; looks better than bom
painted in the last four years."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. V
writes, "Painted FrankenburgBlock w
L. ?ft M. shows bett' r than any bundie
here have ever done ; stands out
tbooBh varnished, and actual cost
paint was less than 51.20 . per gall?
Wears and covers like gold."
These celebrated Paints are sold by
B. Crayton, Anderson ; T. L. Hoop
Bolton ; T. C. Jackson, Iva ; E. 8. H
ton, Lowndesvill*. ll
. Cured Fifty Headaches
In one day while distributing free sa
EleB ot Nervalglne, and will cure f
nndred if I can find that many Bufi
ors. You run no risk, for lt is harmh
and lt does tho work in five to ten m
utes. Four do:es 10c. Sold by all dri
Sullivan Hardware are preparing fe
very large fall business. They have
largest stock of Hardware ever carr
by any hardware house in the Sh
They are now located in their new roc
on Sooth Main street. This building
been admirably fitted for the transact
of their business. Honest goodB, 1
prices and fair dealing are the foun
I tion atones upon which this ?rm
built its enormous business.
' Everything needed in the way of
pairs by the man who runs machiner?
carried by Sullivan Hdw. Co. Mail
den receive prompt attention at tl
Grass and Bush Blades and 8ns
will soon be In demand. Sullivan Ht
00. have them at lowest prices.
Registered Bork nhl re Stock Hog.
ia Sha finest in the country. Services
cash. Oakland Poultry Yard, Anc
son, S. C. 18-7
A Nsw Jersey Editor's Testimonial
M.T. Fvnoh, Editor of tho Phill I
burg, N. J. Post, writes: "I have o
many kinds of medici noa for coughs i
colds in my family but never anvth
so good as Foley's Honey and Tar
cannot say too much in praise of
44Juot In the nick of time our little
was saved" writes Mrs. W. Walkin
Pleasant City, Ohio. . "Pneumonia
pin j od sad hsvoo with him and a terr
cough se? >n besides* Doc lute tret
him, but he grew worse every dey.
length we tried Dr. King's New Dlsot
ry for Consomption, and oar darling
saved. He's now sound and wt
Everybody ought to know, it's tba <
aura ?nra xor Congas, Colds and L
diseases. Guaranteed by Orr. Grs
Co., Druggists, Price 60c and ?
Trial bottles free.
Feet Swallet to .omease Size.
"I had kidney trouble so "bad," aai
J. Cox. of Valley View, Ky., "tl
could nat work, my last ware s wolli
t?lanae atas and I waa ooo finad tc
and physicians were unable to
mesar relief Mv doctor finally
acribad Foloy'a Kidney Cure w
mada a wall man ot me.*r Avoid se*
.?..nita of kidney or bladder diaord?
taklag Foley's Kidney Cora. E'
Used for Paeomoala.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, W
jaye, "I have used Foley's Hone]
I Tarin throe very severe cases of p
monia arith good results In every ct
Refuse substitutes. Evana Pharm at
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" GET THE HABIT!"
Habit ia tho strongest impulse in
man. The 8aviog Habit is easily
I 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
Andersou aud prosperity will follow.
THE BANK OF ANDERSON,
Ar der sou, t?. C.
The oldest and strongest Bank in the
Cou u ty.
C WENSE ORO
We have just received a
Car Load of all sizes. Pri
ces right. See us if you
want the BEST Wagon.
H. G. JOIHSON & SONS.
Wlastoi Mt Golitp.
The first Section of 33rd year will ba
stin Tuesday, Sept 27, 1901, at Greenwood,
S. C. Our well-known advantages with
valuable additions. Katoa reasonable.
Send for catalogue to
JOHN O. WILLSON,
Williamston. 8. C., or Greenwood, S. C.
Aug 17. 190*_9_6
LAND FOR SALE.
Tract No. 1-Contains 184 acres. Good
Tract No. 2-Contains lui acres. Fair
ly good home?.
Tract No. 3-Contains 155 acres. Two
All of above Land in Honea Path Town
ship. A poly or udd rea?
J. M. HARPER,
R. F D.No. 8, Anderson, S. C.
Aug 31, 1904 ll 4?
Great Bargain in Land.
For sale a good Farm, situated within
four miles of the city of Dalton, Ga., and
on one of the main thoroughfares lead
ing into that city, containing 224 acres
30 sores ID bottom. Dwelling with six
rooms. Two tenant houses. Good neigh
borhood, with good schools and chnroh
es. All for Fifteen Hnndred Dollars.
For further partloulars apply to
H. B. FANT, Anderson, 8. O. .
Iudge of Probate's Sale.
STATIS OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Mrs. Sarah'A. Hall and Mrs. M. T. Keys,
Plaintiffs, against Mrs. Redempsey
Hall, Mrs. Adelice McConnell, E. Bas
km Hall, Mrs. Caroline Long, Mrs.
Etta Jones, William Johnson Hall,
Mrs. Mollie Todd, Mrs. Eliza A. Hall,
Dewitt Hall, Mrs. Nettie Pruitt, (Sloan
Hall, Mrs. Cora Carpenter, Mrs. Mamie
Bowen, Mrs. Leila Kennedy, and Gay
Hall, Jay Hall and Basale Hall, infants
over the age of fonrteen years, Defend
Pursuant to the order of sale granted
herein, I will Bell on 8 ul ca day in October
next, in front of the Court House in the
City of Anderdon, P. C., during the usual
houiB of sale, the R*al Estate described
aa follows, to wit :
All that certain Traot or parcel of Land
situate in Hall Township, Anderson*?o.u
H. C., containing J5igbty-threet63)Meter*?s?
mure itf ioBs, adjoining lands of Augus
tus Bowie, Estate of Jackson Hall and
others, and being the Bame land on%hich
Lent Hall formerly resided.
Terms o/ Solo-or?o-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, to be se
oared by bond of the purchaser, and a
mortgage of the premises, with Interest
on deferred payment from day of sale at
eight per cent per annum. Purchaser to
Gay extra for all necessary papers, and to
ave leave to anticipate payment.
R. Y. BL NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Referee.. .
Sept 7,1904_12 4
THE STATE OF SCUTH CAROLINA,
County of Andersou.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. ,
L. A. Earle, Plaintiff, again* J. E, Earle, Ltara
Bulkier, nee Earle. John T. Ltumer, W. Attbar
Lfttlmer, Owm Edward Latlmer, Julio? T.
Lau?er. aud Fletcher Intimer, a minor over
tho ago of ftorteta years. Defendants -Sum
mo ns tor liol lc f-To m plain t 8e? red.
Tn tb? Defendant? aVwe named : ?
YOU aw bamby aommoned and required to an
swer Ul? Complaint In this action, of which
a copy la herewith ?ired apon you, ?nd to serTO ?
copy of your answer to mid Complaint ott tbe
subscribers at their ofhco, at Anderson, 8. C-, With
in twenty daysaJU: ihs rsrriss hsrssi, esclus'.Ta
of the day Of such (enrico ; and If you fail to an
swer tb . Co na p : ai n t within the Um? afa re s at d, tb?
Plaintiff la Od? action will apply to tb? Court for
tb* reUef demanded la tb? Complaint.
- PlalnUfFs Attorneys,
[sKAL] jso.q.w'ATmi.o cay.
To tb? abtent Defend tn t? Joh a T. Lat 1 mer, W.
Arthur LaU mor, George. Edward Loti nt er, Ju
Tako nolie? that tho Bu m ts on? and Complaint
in the aboTo aUtod ?Hon were thia day flied in
the offlca of tho Clerk of tho Court of Common
Ftes? fte Andmon Coonty. st Aodaxwra, 8.G,
and that tba object of the acUon U to have fore
cloeed certain naorhpee* described fn tho Com
^BO^ttAM0* wl'T?loTs? PUldUlT* Atfy?.
G^iaxl J?to. a Wants*, Cc.?.. ?
To tb? minor Defeada nt. Fletcher La I ra sr :
Taft? notice that ahUss you apply to ?hs Court
within twenty days ?fur tbs ter?fee hereof upon
you far th? appointaf&tof a guardian ad Uten? to
represent you^B tho abor? tuted action, the
PlaiLtUT will at the expiration of auch tinte apply
for th? appointment or auch guard ian ad lifcwn. for
BONHAM & WATKItiB, Plaintiff* AttfyA-JC*.
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