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WEDNESDAY, M AV :;. 11105.
Cotton Growers' Association.
In accordance with the cull ol Presi
dent Hnrvie Jordan, ot' tho Southern
Cotton Growers1 Association, publish
ed KIHI week, a large and enthusiastic
' neeting of the Anderson County Cot
ton Growers1 Association was held in
the Court House yesterday, lt wa?
rui open-door meeting and every town
ship ?u the county, except Corner, wa?
^presented, many being present w ho
were not members of the Association.
J. ll. Felton presided and J. W. Roth
rock acted as Secretary.
A committee of lour was appointed
ta interview all the farmers present MS
to the cotton acreage tor thin ye.T'S
crop, and it was found that the average
reduction in thia county is ??2 J per
cent. and ol the use ot rei tili/.crs -1 per
Kev. V. I. Masters, ol' the Baptist
Courier, and our ?lever townsman, J.
J. J'ret we ll, being present, were each
called upon tm a speech ami both re
sponded in appropriate-and timely lo
(in motion ol' Hon..I. I*. Glenn, the
mooting adopted unanimously the lol
lOW 11 J #_r 1 e.-nlul lolls:
"Resolved, That we endorse the
action ol the Neu Ot lentis convention
.n appointing a committee ol one from
each cotton State to visit President
llooscvelt, requesting him t<? iceom
oii?:..<! to Congress certain l?gislation
t?i lui (her thu expansion of our etd tim
..Kesolved. That we request our
senators und congressmen io support
any mensuic likely to advance our
interests in giving us an open door
market for our cotton, either raw or
Deaf h of Former Andersouinn.
The Baptist Courier ol' the :.'7th ult.,
. vivs: "Kev. Edwin C. Rice died ut tho
home ol his sister, Mrs. J. M. l\ Mor
row, in Henderson Ttxas, on April
.'.4th, alter an illnerts ot two or three
weeks. Uro. Hice was well known
among the Baptists in the upper sec
tion of this .State, and the announce
ment of his death will be received with
macere sorrow. Ho was a native of
Anderson county and removed to
Te/.-as with his parents in 1839. He
.tfc-irvi-d in the Confederate nrmy, and
altea' the clone of the war lie entered
tbeniinistry. Ho attended tho Semi
nary when it was located in Green
ville, awl subsequently served
churches in Gr6onville, Laurens and
Abbe\ ille rountioB. Th? last years of
Iiis lite were spent in agency work for
the Texas Baptist Herald. Bro. Bice
was a .good man and had many rela
tives and friends in this State und in
T<rca-s who mon rn his departure.11 The
. deceased bas many old friends and
?relatives in Anderson County who will
- regret to hear of his death.
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William B. Todd and Miss Harley
'.i?urriss were married Sunday after
! noon by Kev. S. J. Cartledge, pastor
the First Presbyterian Church, at
'the parsonage. 1 he ceremony was
?uietly performed in tho presence of a
ew intimate friends. Mr; Todd is a
son ot Mrs. Janie E. Todd, of this
-city, and bis bride is a daughter of K.
'??. ?turr?is, formerly Probate Judge of
?the county. Both are popnlar young
..people, who have a great many friends
un tue city.
On Sunday afternoon at tho person
nage Rev. S. J. Cartledge performed
-tiie ceremony which united in marriage
M. A. S to val), of Augusta, Georgia,
-and Miss Alice Fretwell, of Atianta.
'3??8S Fretwell was visiting in the city
?at the time, but her murringo came as
a surprise to her friends. She is a
?.daughter of A. G. Fretwell, who for
merly lived in this city. She has spent
si great part of her time with relatives
ia Anderson, and is well known and
.popular here. Mr. Stovall is a young
'?business man of Augustn, and there
.the young couple will reside.
Walter S. Brock and Miss Mamie
"^Percival were married in Pensacola,
Florida, last Wednesday evening. The
.?ceremony waB performed by Rev. P.
AM. Wbaley, rector ot' Christ Church, at
the home of the bride's mother. Miss
^Florence Percival, of Baltimore, a
?sister of the bride, was maid of honor,
-uni J. P. Watson of this city acted as
?best man. A reception was held im
mediately after tho ceremony. Both
-of these young people aro well known
^in the city, where they have a host of
? friends who extend their hearty cou
'?vatulntmns. Mr. Brock ia mnnager
.of tho Anderson Hardware Company
.md a prominent business man. Mrs.
Brock is a sister of Mrs. T. S.Cray
-ton, and has already made many
rixionds during her visits here. Mr.
?and Mrs. Brock have returned to the
city, af ter taking n short bridal trip.
.meeting of the Stockholders of the
The annual meeting of tho atock
.uolders of the Gluck mill was held
yesterday, and allot tho old Board of
?Director s was re-elected as follows:
Col. J. N. Brown, R. S. Lig?n, R. E.
: lagon, N. B. Sullivan. J. R. Vandiver,
.Anderson; Edward Erlich. Columbia;
..SS. Chappell, Atlanta; C. E. Riley and
.W. H. Wellington, Boston. The
Board elected the following officers:
^President. R. E. Ligon; Vice-Presi
dent, J. R. Vandiver; Secretary, G. B.
Walton. The reports of the officers
-was satisfactory to the stockholders,
and ?bowed bright prospects for the
. TAS'Bsnal Memorial Day will be ob
.aervedin this city next Wednesday,
10th inst., and will ?be in charge of the
Sobert E. .Lee Chapter, the Palmetto
-Chapter and tho Dixie Chapter, United
1 ?Daughters of the Confederacy. The
<Ceofederate monument on the Court
riSlouse Square and all the graves of
vboth Confederate and Federal soldiers
un the churchyards and the cemetery
?will be decorated with beautiful flow
.ers. HOD. ?. D. Smith, of Sumter, nos
! feeen .waited to deliver an address in
Jao-Cteert if ouse at the conclusion bf
ie decoration c?r?monies. The pub
e is invited to attend the exercises.
Letter to J. P. Catlett.
^Anderson, 8. C.
~v$oa? Slr : TVo years ago. Mr. Grant
lim. Bri?. Pa, painted three tramo
i?ee? ?od to* ?roodwork ot ? brick
IMS patatar s?'tm* ted ?116.50 fyr the
A ?alot, lead and-oil.
. Ho bought Dovoe g.??. JO and returned
:'?$t?,6? fiawsd $31.10 on tho paint.
. . Don't know tho emt of the work. By
'.vibe rule, ibo saving of labor would be
/from $60 to $90. *
On au, from ?00 to $120.
Tbl? in tho tale, as lt comes from
. >l?CQ3?*rs. W. p. Nick ife Son, our agents
, < -.boro for 40 years/
j / Yours truly,
/ F. W. 1/KVOK <fc Co.
-jP. 8.-W. I*. Brlssov sells our paint?
The heaviest rain that has fallen
here in several mouths fell Saturday
afternoon. It waa accompanied by
considerable wiud and electricity! but
no hann wan done. The rainfall was
needed as tho noil fiad not been wet to
any depth for quite awhile.
Farmers are progressing finely with
their wm k. Nearly all crops aro plant
ed, and Homo have cotton up ready to
thin out, the wheat and oat crops have
looked promising up to this date, but
now there i* some complaint of tho
Hessian Hy damaging it to some ex
Gardens are getting over the late
cold snap, and will BOOH furnish Eng
lish peas, beans, etc., for eating with
out sending to Florida after them.
Mr. Clifton McWhorter, win) has
been working for the Water. Light
and Power Co., at Holiday's Ford on
Saluda, has been spending il week I
with homo folks, il?? will leave in a 1
few days to tuke a position in Ander
Miss Leila Buchanan, of Auton,
gave the young people a delightful
sociable on the iilMli ult. Refreshments
were served, and the many guests vo
ted thc occasion otie of the pleasant
lt. A, Buchanan came up Saturday
hom linnea Kath to attend his sifter's
social. Ile returned to his work Mon
Kotiert Keavcs, of Ueonee, spent a
few days last week with hicttds near
I U n ver.
The entertainment given at Win.
Knit*.- residence ?tn the "Sdi by tho
lad rs cd'Astin ry Chinch was quite a
success, A large crowd attended and
over !*'ti0 00 was realized to help tho
Church improvement lund.
Kev. S. W. Henry will commence a
series ol services al Sundy Spring next
.Sabbath, which will continue for sev
eral days. All aro invited to attend
and help in a good causo.
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f'rof. .J. W. Gaines, President of the
Welsh Neck High School, of Hurts
ville, is spending awhile with his
lather, J. A. Gaines.
W. JJ. Giles and Misses Susie Snel
grove and hollie Morgan, of Anderson,
spent Sunday with C. D. Giles.
Miss Claru Hunt is the gueBt of Mrs.
J. W. Byrd, at Seneca.
Calhoun Harris, of Anderson, was
witti his lather, J. C. Han is, Sunday.
J. K. Bruce and Miss M. A. Bruce
visited W. N. Hruce at Oak way lust
J. W. Shirley and family spent the
4tli Sunday with relatives in Fair
J. 1). Hu bb attended tile Union Meet
ing at Salem Sumluy.
Mr, ami Mrs. John Sharp, from
Rivoli, spent Sunday with J.Walter
J. I>. Comp on lins beenquito sick for
the past wees*.
Townville H. F. D. No. i) began May
Levi Geer, from Anderson, WUB at
Townville last week.
Miss LesBio Wool bright spent Sun
day with friends at Oak way.
Misses Rosa Sears, Etta Giles and
Yahna Smith were at Fair Play the
Miss Helen Speare is spending awhile
with Mrs. J. B. Felton, ut Iva.
Prof. and Mrs. T. L. Hanna visited
Dr. W. K. Sharp at Rivoli quite recent
Mr. and Mrs. Way mon Hoggs, Misses
Flava, Lula and Ril|a Bogga attended
the singing nt Oakdale Sunday.
The Singing Convention will be held
nt the Townville Baptist Church the
first Sunday in June.
Mrs. Newton Williams is visiting
relatives near Lebanon.
Miss Lily Campbell, who haB been
spending awhile with Mrs. E. E.
Sheriff, near Seneca, bas returned
Rev. J. T. Morgan, Colporter for
Saluda Association, is in this vicinity.
Cedar Grove Items.
We are glad to note that Miss Ettie
Mahaff'ey, who was so seriously ill for
the past two weeks, is some better.
Some of our people attended the
Union Meeting at Broadmouth Satur
day and Sunday.
Messrs. George M ah a dey and Dock
Johnson, accompanied by Misses Med
Major and Connie Ford, went over to
view the works on the dam nt Holli
duy's Sunday afternoon.
Clyde Gritlin, of Belton, visited rel
atives at this place Sunday.
W. N. Copelund has the tiuest gar
den we have seen anywhere. He has
some very nice cabbage ready for use.
Some of our farmers aro very mnch
discouraged over tho recent cold spell,
as it damaged the fruit and early veg
etables very much.
The school at this place will close
sometime in the near future. Our
teacher, JU?BS Med Major, is planning
a picnic at Cooley's bridge.
The Sunday School at this place is
in a flourishing condition.
News is scarce. Rosebud.
It has been some time, Mr. Editor,
since any news from this section ap
peared in your ever interesting paper.
We have been waiting for a more com
petent writer than ourself to give the
news, but we will make our attempt,
even if we have nothing of great in
terest to talk about.
Onr farmers have made good ase of
the fine weather we bavo been having
for the past few weeks and they are
well up with their work.
The cold snap of two weeks ago gave
the gardens a set back and a great
deal of the fruit is falling from the
We are sorry to say that Wm. Gam
broil's child. who has been sick for
some time, is no better at this writ
?Warren Pritchard, who has been
slok for some time, it some better. We
hope he will soon be restored to his
usual good health. Dreamer.
Any one needing sweet potato alina
should apply to Assistant Postmaster,
Denver, 8. C.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be given to chil
dren and la peenllarly adapted for ?alb
ina, bronchitis and hoarseness. Bold by
A Weedarra! Savias.
The largest Methodist Cha roh in Geor
gia need 32 gallons of L. & M. mixed
with 24 gallons of oil, Ibas making paint
coat ?boat $1 20 per gollan. They calca?
lated to ncc 100 canons of other paint.
Saved about $80 00, and also got s big
donadon of L AM. Dualer* gladly seil
I,, ?k M., b-e*uco the.r ouatotners call for
lt, and say they used 1-12,14 and even SO
D>n't pay fl 50 s gallon for linseed oil,
which you do lo ready-for-use paint.
Buy oil fresh from tho barrel at 00
oenta per gallon, and mix lt with h. Je M
lt muk rs paint asst about $1.20 per
gallon. Solrt by F. B. Crayton, Ander
son*, T. I>. Hopper, Belton; T C. Jack
HOD, Iva. '
.Memorial Day at Pendleton.
Memorial dav will |>u observed at
Pendleton on Wednesday, Mav loth.
All veterana are requested to meet at
the Preshytei ian church promptly at
10 a. m., and at Old Stone ?Churcli at ?'.
The United Daughter? of tho Con
federacy will conduct the ceremonies.
fixcursion to Atlanta, Ca.
We beg leave to state to the people
of Anderson county, and the balance of
the world, that wo will open up tiie
season by running a train to Atlanta,
(ia., on May 10th. Train will leave
Helton at 11:30 a. m., fare $2.23, leave
Andereon at 12 o'clock, midday, fare
82.10. Arrive in Atlanta at 0:30 p. ni.
Returning, leave the city at 12 o'clock
May nth. This will give you 28 hours
in the city.
We wiil endeavor to have enough
?.(?aches to accommodate the crowd and
will do all in our power tu make the
tup both pleasant and comfortable.
Now, il you want tu see the biggest
town in the South, come right along
and join th?; party. Renie III ber thc
day and date. Wednesday, May 10th.
L. J*. Smith,
M. I. Brock,
Genuino Terrell Thick Conter Heel
Sweepa are all mt and sharpened, loady
for m.a. These .Swoops are raanulaetured
Hum ll nest (juahty spring tom pored
steel, which insures tho Sweeps retaining
their original MO. These Swoops aro
HO1?1 by Sullivan lldw. Co.
Kvery farmer should have ono of Sul
livan lld*. Co's. Adjustable Key Ht ooo
Weeders. 'I OOH? Weeders are tho best
shallow Cultivators on earth and aro
groat weed exterminators. You will
certainly be pleased with ono of tho Iui
If von will make inquiry lt will 1)0 a
revelation to you how many succumb to
kidney or bladder troubles in ono form'
or soother. If tho patient is not beyond
medical aid, Foley's Kidney cure will
cure. It nc vor disappoints. Sold by
Now is the time to take a ?pring tonic.
By far the best thing to take is Murray's
Iron Mixture. It'makes pure blood and
gets rid of that tired leeling. At all
druggists r>Oc a bottle, or direct from The
Murray Drug Co., Columbia, 8. C.
Mr. Kirksey's Recommendation.
Mr. Kirksoy writes:-I gives positive
guarantee with every hex of Rydale's
Htomacb Table's and L ver Tableta I
nell, and bavo never be-n md;ed to re
t'uuu tue money in a aingle Instance. I
have used these tableta tn my family
with best results, W. L.< Kirksoy, Mor
ganton. N. C. Kydale's Tablets are pre
pared by The Rad leal Hemed y Company,
Hickory, N. C, who authorize every
dealer in their preparations to guarantee
every box or bottle of their medicine,
they sell. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Murray's Buchu, Gin and Juniper is
prescribed and endorsed by eminent
physicians. It eurea when all others
fails. Prevents Kidney Disease, Dropsy,
Bright's Disease, etc. At all drug stores
81.00 a bottlo, or direct from The Mur
ray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usualtv kept
In Drugstores don't forget tbat Wllhlte
& Wilbite are generativ open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint?, as good as
the best and as obeap as the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
FOR SALE-1,000 bushels Cow Peaa
in new sacks. E. N. Scoville, General
Merchandise, Orangeborg, S. O.
The Patent Victor Heel Sweeps, sold
by Sullivan Hdw. Co. are verv popular
with many farmers. The Wings or
Blades of these Sweeps are attached with
bolts to a Standard of Malleable Iron
which will not break. The Wings can
easily be detached and sharpened. The
Sweep never has to be set as the original
set is never changed. For this reason
they are very popular.
A Leeson In Health.
Healthy kidneys filter tho impurities
from the blood, and unless they do this
gocd health is impossible. Foley's Kid
ney Cure makes sound kidneys and will
positively cure all forms or kidney and
bladder disease. It strengthens the
whole system. Sold by Evans Phar
Traveling Is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys
which are kept in place in the body by
delicate attachments. This is the reason
that travelers, trainmen, street car men.
teamsters and all who drive very much
nullo: from kidney disease in some form.
Foley's Kidney Cure strengthens the
kidneys and eurea nil forms of kidney
and bladder diseases. Geo. H. Hausan,
locomotivo engineer, Lima, O., writes:
"Constant vibration of tue engine caused
me a great deal of trouble with my kid
neys, and I got no relief until I used
Foley's Kidney Cure." Sold by Evans
- They give Him nothing who have
not given Him themselves.
A / Next 1
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer: It JH made from a proser ip
Lion of a leading Chicago physician, and
one of the mont eminent in the count) y.
The ingredients Bro tho purett that mon?
ny can buy, and are scientltiually <. MM -
bined to get their utmont value. Sold by
Sullivan Hardware Co. bave a tremen
do UH stock of well selectod Cotton Hoes.
Their Hoes have K?od, full-sized, woll
neasoned straight bandies and blades of
proper set and perfect temper. They can
furnish these Hues with or without
rivets through tho sbankn.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Horren, Emoh, Ark., writes:
"Foley's Honey and Tar is tba best pre
paration for coughs, colds and lung trou
ble. I know that it baa cured consump
tion in the first stage*." You never
heard of any one using Foley's Honey
?nd Tar and not being oatisfiod. Sold by
MONEY TO LOAN-On good rea!
estate security in city or country. Ap
ply to Paget A Watkins Atl'ys at law
The labor awl expense of farming can
I ho greatly lessened hy having improved
; ano up-to-date Implements-auch as are
j sold by Sullivan Hardware Co.
An Anderson Woman Asks
"have vou a floor paint that will last two
week?-?" Yes we bave Devoe's ; it baa a
beautiful gloss and will wear two yeera
if properly applied. W. L, Briaeey.
Free Bide on the street cara to
Snipes Gallery, if you want as rou"h as
one dollar's worth of photo work. Prlcea
lower than any other gallery in Ander
son, and nothing but nigh cla*t? work.
We will frame your picturee of all sizes, i
1 We have a large lot of frame material on
j band which we would like for you to in
i s peet, and with two experienced fratn?
makers, we think we can give aatisfao
t lon both in style and prices. We have
small pictures enlarged to anv size.
Respectfully, E. M. Snipes, the Veteran
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to Jend on Land for oliente. Ap
ply to IS. P, Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
MONEY TO LOAN for home cliente
on easy terms.
Sitnrwnn .t- fTr?n<t. Attornevn.
Who want to Dress Stylishly at Little Cost, and "their name
is logion," will derive much pleasure and lasting benefit by
examining our large and splendid Stock of
STYLISH SPRING SACK SUITS.
/?^P^^.-^^t?- / COPYRIGHT 1905 BY ^
yli^' ^?^f?':?^ IWUSE 0F KUPPENHBI'SR
These Suits, as well aa all our Clothes for Young men, are cut in accord
ance with Fashion-just as the mott exclusive custom-tailor would do it
and although ready-to-put-on, your size garment will fit as if made to your |
We like, especially, to have young fellows who have not been quite oat
idfied with their Clothes, to come and examine.our ..EMPIRE" SUITS, and
see what we can fu rn ?h them at
$5.00 TO $15.00.
The materials, style and making you will lind entirely to your liking
hand-work in all the essential parts-and well finished in all* the little de
tails necessary to style and good appearance. Coats with fine shoulder effects
and the graceful hang which young men of fashion fancy.
NEW HATS FOR YOUNG MEN.
All the nobbiest blocke of the leading makers are here at money-saving
Srices-from 50c to 82 00 lees than you can get equal quality for at other
tores. Look elsewhere at Hats selling for $2 00 to $5.00, theu come here
and see what we'll give you at 81,50 to 85.00.
REESE & BOLT,
The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
Next' door to Farmers and Merchants Bank.
A GOOD TIME
To have your Carriage and Buggy Repaired and Repainted,
so they will be ready when you need them. We have a splen
did stock good, ?ry Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Wheels ; also, Lum
ber in the rough, and nearly ever j thing it takes to put a vehicle
in good fchape, with plenty good help to give prompt service.
RUBBER TIES A SPECIALTY.
_ PAUL E. STEPHENS.
GET THE HABIT
TO LOCK FOR
have plenty of heavy Shoes left, to that w* caa flt
you easily. r~
Western Flow Shoes, Blucher Cute, at $1.50?
Sxtra Heavy Shoes,
All Women's Coarse Shoes wi 85c-new stock.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Wo have the strongest line in tho County.
Our Boya* Army Shoos aro tho beat wearers you ?an buy.
For Girls our Staden Calf Shoes can't he boat.
Women's and Children's Jersey X?eggins at 5?e,
O ver-Garters at 26o. f
Do not? buy before you see us. It surely will pay you.
Wo mean business.
I 3"E3r:0"E3 3
to the Fanners and Merchants Bank,
IN FULL DISPLAY AT
C. F. -IONES
This Department is prepared to suit you iu baautiful
practical and becoming Millinery, in most economical and
Beautiful Spring Goods
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
March has been a bumper month with us.
Largest sales in cur 'history.
We extend broad !_i vi tat ion s to every one to visit our
C. F. JONES COMPANY.
All in and Ready for Your Inspection.
Our Mr. Lesser while in New York bought one of the
largest and prettiest Stocks that ever came to our city. Now?
if you are looking for High Grade and Low Prices you will
visit our Store. We certainly have one of the prettiest
Stocks of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Millinery ia Tipper
Carolina. Just think ! we have something over 135,000
worth of beautiful New Spring Goods. This is no idle talk?
We can prove every word we say lt you will give us a call.
New Spring Beta from 10c to $100. , v
New Spring Corsets fi om 24c to 91.00. ?
New Spring Shopping Bags from 10c to $1.00.
New Spring Caps for infante from 10c to 50c. .
New Spring Caps for Boys from 10 c to 75c.
New Spring Hosiery for. Ladies and Children from 5o to 60c.
OUR DRESS GOODS
Are new and pretty, and all the ladies tell us that no one in the city can
touch us ;n quality and prices. We have .mw Spring Brilliantines in all the
leading colors, Voiles in all colors, and in fact anything you may wish in
Wool and Wash Goods _______________________
Now? for Cotton fabrics we do claim that we. have everything beat ia
this County. Wash Goods from 5c to 50o per yard.
Come in and. look at our line of White Goods. It will be a pleasure to
I show you thia line ; we cannot praise them high enough.
SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS.
We only ask you to take " look. To look means to buy.
We have g big line of Men'* and Boys' Suite,
MBB. M AKTIN SELIGMAN, our Milliner, is now re^dy to have y?tt
inspect hes line of Spring Millinery. -She will give you new, up-to-date
Good? a* pri?es lower than our competitors. She will bo p?eaaed to have yira
com? and. look at her Pastern Hats.
We aw tba originator* of S'?EE PKM6?HTM&.
IS?* We e*Ul give yo? ?oupona with every pechase.
Leaders of Low Prices.