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ALL WILL SOON BE HERE !
Ia order to sask? room-for our Fall and Winier Stock we
SUDO ?z????iagly anxious to Bispose os ail Bummer f?oods now
on hand. We have many things appropriate for right now
??4 late Summer that will be of Interest, Som?
hammer Parasols and Umbrellas,
';'Suratnsr Neckwear, .
v ?ummer Gloves,
hammer Corsets, *
?ur stock of Bleached and Unbleached Domestics is com?
We still have a gobd assortment of White Canvafc ?z- j
TBIVai?OUT FITO? eiPftfiTSiliT. \
WEDNESDAY. AUG. 30/1905.
TiUl COTTOjr KAMST,
Mrs. 8. Blcckley ia visiting relatives
in Clayton, Gn,
Miae Ca?lia Von Hasseln ie visiting
friends ia Union.
Mrs. B. P. Earle is visiting relatives
in Hartwell, Georgia.
Hiss Lucy Earle is visiting relatives
in Walhalla this week.
Hiss Miriam Todd, of Charleston, is
visiting relative* ia the city.
Miss Carrie Moss, of Toccoa, Ga., is
visiting relatives in the city.
Miss May Hutchinson has gone to
Williamston Vi visit friends/
Mrs. W. C.H?ddon? of Due West,
has been visiting in the city.
Hon. John C. Sheppard, of Edge
field, was in the city Friday.
/ Gen.. Thoa. W. Car wile, of Edge
field, spent Friday in the ci ty.
Miss Margaret Sloan, of Charleston,
is visiting relatives in tho city.
Rev. J. p, Croat, of -Dillon, was in
the dry for a short while last week..
Mrs. C. W. Greer, of St. Louis, is
visiting her sister, Mr*. B. C. Webb.
Hr. and Mrs. J. 1). Maxwell, Jr., of
Spartanbnrg, are in the city visiting
. Misa Zenobia Welch baa returned
from setay of several weeks in the
Misses Aeries andLoa?so Wise, ol
Shrevesport, La., are visiting relatives
in tho city.
Miss Gertrude Mock and . Miss May
Bnrriss have joined the sale force of
Lesser & Co. . W/?,,: . -V . >
Kev. and Mrs. J. E. James have re
turned from a stay Of several. Weeks'at
Brevard, N. C..? .
D. P. Sloan has moved into his
handsome new residence two miles
east of the city. ,/ V
Mrs. MargarefcFellers, of Newberry,
waa in tho city last week tho guest of
Mrs. H. E. Todd.
-: E. L. Herhdon, Esq., of the Walhalla
bar, was in the city Friday on profes
sional business, '
J. Marshall Pinckney,.of Birming
ham, Ala., is spending a tew days in
the city with his home to)ks.
Mrs. H. Edmonds has. returned to
her nome at Ridgeway after a.-.visit to
her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Robinson.
Rev. H. B. Browne, presiding elder
of the Sumter district, preached in St.
John's Methodist church Sunday night,
Mr/and Mrs. Geo/M. Tolly have
returned from A week's' viBit to rela
tives in Elberton, Ga.
A. G. Leveiett, of Sampson City,
Florida, has boon spending a few days
in the city with relatives.
Mr. Frank Cray ton, of Charlotte, N,
C., has been spending several day s in
tho city. W?l^ x?lnf iv?B. r '
Feaster V. Tribble, who hos a good
railroad position in Birmingham, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. X. Trib
Mrs. Frank Manskip, of Jackson,
Mississippi, has been spending some
time rn the city and county with rela
(?? D. S, Vandirer weat to Due West
Wednesday to attend the marriage of
Misa Mabel Clinkecales to Dr* Newton,
of New York,
The merchants ure laying in a faeavy
stock of fall and winter goods, and the
Sresent indications poins t? a splendid,
Col. and Mrs. J. N. Brown and
Miss . Varina have , gone to Beach
Haven, N. J., and, other pointe , to bo
absent until Ootober.
. Aliases Grace Spencer and Evie
Lewis1 returned last week from Fort
land, Oregon, where they, have been
visiting the exposition.
John Gordon, who for sWeral years
has been A machinist ih the services of
the Twited States navy, ia visiting his
mother, Airs. A. E. Gordon.
Mrs, Josie Peoples, on NorthxMain
Street, is baving another-etory -added
to / ber home; When completed it
will make a lovely residence.
Proctor A. Bonham baa reta rn ed
'from Chapel Hill, N. C., where he bas
been attending the sommer law school
of the University of North: Carolina,
- Mrs. R/S. Hill.and daughters, Misses
Eunice, Lois and Mattie, , who/ baye
been spending several weOks ?at
Caesar's Head, S. C./ bave returned
; Married, oil Snaday, August 27/1005,
by L. N. Martin, Magistrate, at his
residence, Mr/ W. C. Cooley and Mis?
MAyme /i/ Smith/ both of Abbeville
'Mr.'-' John W, Thompson, who Ii vos \
near Silver Brook cemetery, is making
extensive improvements on bia resi
dence, and ?when completed will make
a beautif ul home.
.Rev." ?/P. Estes, of Laurens/ has
.moved to tho city and will hereafter
!,nwk^wl?:lda-':'Boiiie,:-' He ie for;the
?n La?renij County.
. Frsd, th* Infant son o^ Mr. spd Mra.
day. Tlse efc??? waa ow il jmontb*
i ola- foe ranetas /were'^ f at?rred in
i SttverSreek cemetery.
%M:?:&'^?* ^^ feec? t?gvel?ng
for tbe psst fonr y??rs, Jtae existed a
Pfsitioa - with Dean & Ratll?v abd
wul i.WM&st* serve hfy friends ia
every department of the Sfcsro.
Th? ?'is???Boa Real Estate and In
; vestment Co. an anrs^tive ?u
vertieemeat in ?hia i?saev : lit yea have
??jwtJrfss'?ea'?w?sb to s?? or boyvoo
casdeno.beitsr'ihan by seeing \mm?
t Tho ecfcolarsfe^u Wlntbr(Q> CoJ
t*$$; for An derron Ceuioralira]Mfc&
[ awarded td Misa Mary Hough; of Hone*
I Path / The award was made through
! a competitive examination heid Tin
Tho paving of. Depot sf root witn
Belgian bmck h?a been compared and
.th? improvemen t c?f<?nes j ?et in. time
?or/fc??O .heavy tr?tli? ot tho cotton
^eacott.. This st?Set'-?rs one of the
(.'mo?t constant^ used thronghfareS in
fusil? city, aj?d *t ha?, iohff'jstoodtd ite?? !
The drawing for the -. $100 in prises
offered by the Anderson Traction
Company will take place Saturday
night ut tho park. Holders of tioketa
will have to be present in eider to got
a chance at the prizes,
Hunter Bros. offer in this issue some
valuable land fer sale near Mr. Car
mel, in Abbeville County, and 40 head
of cattle. The lam'* are eituated in
the celebrated Flatw^ode, a Hue farm
ing country. See advertisement.
The minutes of the last meeting of
the Salad* Baptist- Association aro
ready for delivery at Dean &1 Ratline's
atore, and W* W. Leathers, the clerk,
requests that some member of each
church call there and get them.
Mi?? Tinie Whit, an estimable young
lady of many lovable qualities and a
daughter of the well known Confed
erate Veteran? Jobu Whitt, of Wll
lianieton. baa been spending a week
with lire. Wm. F. Lee, near Pied
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mr?, C. F. Jenes to the marriage
of their daughter, Gertrude, to MT.
G. Bryan Walton. The ceremony will
take place at the family residence on
McDnffle street Wednesday, Septem
G. W, Price and M. D. Brown left
Iva on their wheels last Saturday at
half-past ll o'clock, and at lp. m.
were eating dinner in Anderson.
Pretty fast traveling considering the
rongh roads, the distance being about
Dr. W. A. Hunter, of Hunters, Ab
beville County, was in the city lost
week. The doctor is a clever and ge
nisl gentleman, and BO well pleaaed
waa he with the city that it ia probable
that be may locate here for the prac
tice of bia profession.
Dr. W. M. McPbeeters, president of
the Presbyteriaa Theological 'Semi
nary in Colombia, will preach in the
First Presbyterian Church noxt Sun
day. He ie not only a gentleman of
scholarly attainments but an eloquent
and forceful preacher.
. Gen. M. Ii. Bonham baa been ill and
confined to bia room for. the past
I week. He ia suffering from nu intes
tinal trouble, and aa aeon as he ia able
be will go to a hospital to have an op
eration performed. His many friends
hope for him a speedy recovery.
Mr. Jim McKinney- baa returned
from Mexico, where he went several
months ago for his health. While
there he was the guest of Mr, Diok
Sellgrnan, a former Anderson mon and
a brother of our shoe man, Mr. Martin
Seligman. Mr. McKinney's health has
been greatly improved by his trip.
W C. Armstrong, of Hopewell
township, brought as some very fine
sweet potatoes this week. They are of
the' variety of Providence ar
Dooley's Yam. They were raised on
red land containing no fertilizer at all,
! weighing about 3 pounds each. Mr.
1 Armstrong naya that begets ?tioiiar
a bushel for them.
j Mr. James Groves, of Subnet i au,
Fla., has been on an extensivo visit to
south Osroiisa, especially to* hin old
home in Lowndesville, and his aunt,
Mrs. P? K. Norris, of Anderson. Ho
io a successful orange grower. Ha
bas no? bees in Anderson in 8? years,
and was charmed with her rapid strides
toward being an up-to-date city.
The two young boys, Herbert Ches
hire and Clarkson Russel), who ran
away from home about three weeks
I ago, ?mve'hot? secured positions in
[ Texas and will be allowed to remain
there if they want to stay. Yoong
Cheshire is with The Paris Daily Ad
vocate, Parip, Texas,'and young Bus
sell is employed on a neighboring
Dr. J. D. Chapman, returned Mon-?
day from a trip of six weeks to ? Lon
don. He went as a delegate to the
i World's Congress of Keligions/a. no
! table gathering of tho leaders of re
ligions thought from all norw of the
' world. Dr. Chapman speaks in
glowing terms ot hie visit abroad from
j which he derived n^ach benefit and
/ '-B. C; Kaydied at his home ?nLown
desvilio last Thursday .afternoon after
a protracted illness. The deceased
wt s well known in this city where be
had a great cumber bf friends, He
was a gentleman of genial disposition
and easily mada friends.. He was a
member af-tho Methodist Church and
j the remains were interred in the ceme
tery at Smyrna Friday afternoon. '
SA. AV Carter, a young man wh?V was
'employed; r?a driver at tho Orr cotton
mille, dropped dead in the basement ol
.Jibe mill Friday afternoon, ' He wai
/inly 21 years of nge and apparently, in
good health. An 'examination of the
body waa made by physicians who pro
nounced'hie death to be due to natural
causee. His death came very ttnex
I pectedly and was a great shock to his
friends in the city.
Tho Anderson Traction Company ls
maintaining an excellent schedule at
thia time, and it is a source of much
pleasure to our citizens and. visitors
during the hot weather. Before the
;foad wsB built it required a day or two
to show strangers what the people ol
Anderson have done and aro now
doing, but now all we have' to do is. tc
board the trolley with our friends and
'bav? a deli gh tfol rid? around ?he city.
The cara are clean and np-iordate. the
employees polite and attentive, and it
is no wonder the road is so well patron
ized; We have been informed that thc
liuaccGB of tbo company aro In excel'
lent condition* '
W. H. Hammett & Co., cotton
brokera, have established anoflice in
?he city. The firm ie composed of W.
.H. Hammett, of Piedmont, and Dr.
James L. Orr,of Greenville. The latter
will run the Anderson end ot the busi
Mn. J. K. Latimer died at the home
of Her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Mitford,
at Honea Path Saturday night. She
was 72 years old and a woman of gen
erous and kindly disposition. She
leaves a husband, two sons, W. H. and
S.N. Latimer, ?r.??. a daughrer.Mrs. J. C.
Milford, with a Urge circle of friends
and relatives tomfmrnhor loss. The
funeral services wore held Sunday
afternoon at Broadmouth Church,
Rev. li W. Burta ond Dr. J. W. Perry
i conducting the services.
Dr. F. Y. Pressley, president of
Erskine College, conducted the ser
vices in tho Associated Reformed Pres
byterian Church, on McDufiie street,
from Friday morning to Sunday night.
He is a strong and earnest preacher
and his sermons were much enjoyed.
On Saturday morning Rev. R. A. Lam
mas, who has been serving the congre
gation for some time, wes duly in
stalled as pastor. The church is grow
ing in numbers and strength and with
in the nest year a handsome church
building will be erected.
W. D. Garrison, who lins been for
some time in charge ot tho Coast Land
Experimental Station, at Hampton
? Park, ia at present at Denver, S. C.,
recovering from an attack of malarial
fever. Mr. Garrison will resume his
duties at the station as soon as he
fully recovers, which will be in the
course of a week or ten days. Mr.
Garrison is thoroughly conversant
with all matters pertaining to agricul
ture and has rando the station boro a
success. With the present plans to
enlarge tho present station and incroase
its usefulness there will be plenty of
work for Mr. Garrison when he re
turns.-News and Courier.
The descendant?of Meuse and Narel&a*
.Bean are invited to a Bean Reunion at
the home of. Mr. A. A. Dean neac Beau,
Tuesday, the fifth of September. Come
and bring well-filled basket?. Those la
th? neighborhood are anxious for thoa0
who have moved away to ooma baok and
be with us that day. Wo hope to have a
beautiful day, a large crowd, a bountiful
dinner, and a folly good time.
A. E. Dean.
' The quality of "Carbon" Rubber. Belt
Is well known to machinery owners of
this section. This brand represents the
best Belt value on the market. Tho colo
of "Carbon" Belt for thia territory la
controlled by Su'llvon Hdw. Go ,
' 18 lt Right?
Is it right that a property-owner should
lose $4.20 to let a dealer make 50 couta?
A dealer makes 50 cents moro on four
toon gallons of ready-for-nse paint, at
fl 50 oar gallon, than our agent does on
tight'gallons of L. & M. paint and six
gallons of linseed oil, whick make four
teen gallons of the best paint In the
world, at f 1.20 per .?allon; the property
owner loses Jost fi ?0. Ia it right? ?
It only requires 4 Kallona or L, <fc M.
and o galinba linseed oil to paint a mod
erate sized hcrwe.
Ten Thousand Churches painted with
Longman and Martinez L. & M. Paint.
:' Liberal: quantities given to churches
when bought from P. B. Cray ton, An
derson; T. I*. Hopper, Belton; T. 0. Jack
Sullivan Hardware Co. baa just re
calved a car load of Hay . Balling Ties
and would bo pleased to furnish your as
many of these Tiwi as you may need.
Grave Trouble Foreseen.
It needs but little foieaSght, to toll,
that when yqpr stomaok and liver are
badly affected; grave trouble ia ahead,
unless you take the proper medicino for
your disease, as Mr?, John A* Young, of
Clsy, N. Y.. did. She says: "Pnad neu
ralgia ot the liver and stomach, my
heart waa weakened, and I could not
eat. I waa vory bad for a long, tl mo, but
in Meetrio Bitters, I found Just what I
needed, for they quickly relieved and
oared nao." Best 'medicine for weak
women. Sold nader* guarantee by Orr,
Gray Drug Co., druggists, at 50o a bottle.
f?.OO "Yankee watohes.boar the strong
eat guarantee ol any watob on the mar
ket. They are. warranted by factory for
one year and after first year will be re
paired by factory for twenty-five cents.
These Watches are sold by Sullivan
Hardware Co, v
... The "Lazy" Microbe. V i
A'' learned : Professor cia!rn? to have
diaooverod that "Lnstnesa'^ ls caused by
a germ; If the Eminent Doctor Is right,
Ry die's' Liver Tablets can rightly be
termed Microbe Billers, because they
always remove that tired, lazy, eluggiah
feeling that has neuslly been attributed
to a torpid liver or constipated bowels.
.Ry dal o'? Liver Tablets are gu aran teed to
cure constipation and aM liver disorders.
They aro smaU* compressed chocolate
coated tablets, easy to take, pieaaant in
effect. Reliable. Any dealer In our
rem?dies will return your money if yon
are not satisfied with : these tablets. '50.
tablets 25 ot?. Evana Pharmooy.
:?V:If you want any Corrugated or .MV-'V
Crimp Iron ' Roofing, place your ordor
tb rongb Sullivan Hdw. Od. The price
on thia Roofing la now very low, cud tho
Roofing o?a quality tust will give you
many yesre oi service. .
MONEY TO LOAN for home cliente
cn easy terms, ?
. . Simpson <fc Hood r Attorney a,
' J^scU?na; Burna
are ihsbttJ??y relieved, ind-perfectly
i caled, by Jtiuclileu's Arnie? Salve. C.
Bl ve n bark, Jr., of Norfolk. Vs., Writes:
A I burnt roy knee ; dreadfully; that'It
blistered all : over. Bucklen'a Arnica
Salve stopped the palo, sad heeled it
without aschr." -Also heals all woauda
and sores. 25o ?-? Orr, Gray <fe Co., drug
To See the Prettiest ?M
Most Complete Line of~
Ever shown la Anderson, at Prices
that DEFY COMPETITION, cometo
Our Buyer has just returned from the Northern markets,
and values in Goods are arriving; daily that prove to tho
most fastidious dressers the result of careful selections.
Seo our Stock of the Celebrated
Strouso & Bros. High Art
SPRING AND SUMMER
Which will interest those who wish to dress well and SATS
A new and complete line of- H
Men's, Women e and Children's, at prices unequalled els??
We extend to all a cordial invitation to visit our Storey
inspect our Goods, and-bo convinced t' t what we say is true,
Successor to Horn-Bass Co.,
110,116,130, East Benson St., - - - . - Andmon. S= ?
^Boston Shoe Store.
< We offer all our Misses' ^nd Children's Oxfords ?i
at manufacturers' price,
. < Some odds and ends in high grades. ?
< Pine Women's Pootwear at same price. *...
* Como and lot us fit y?u-^Xt is ? rare opportunity. ^
? Our $1.60 Solid Leather How Shoes going at $1. ?
< 1 j Respectfully, ' f?
: THE BOSTON SHOE STORE!
< MARTIN SEMGl^ f
* Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank. t
A GOOD TIME i?lIiil?l
To .have your Carriage and Buggy Repaired and Repainted,
so they will be ready when you heed them.. Wo have a splen
did stock good, dry Kims, Spokes, Shafts, Wheels,; also,'tum?
ber in the rough, and nearly everything it takes to put a vehicle
in sood shape, with plenty good h?Jp\t? give prompt service.
?tUBBE?l TIES A SPECIALTY._
Tremendpiis .Sacrifico on O?d Sizes and Shapes.
?vin? selected from our larg? stock of Ladisa* and aeniieiu?ns tine Shoes all odd sizes and shapes, we offerlte
the^t^eg^ them ont in a whirlwind finish, We can't affordlte
mia ?oag about them, or to do moro than tell th? price and wrap them np. Wo cannot and will not charg? them at these
prices? If we charge them it wm be at thc regular prices. We promise yon that former prices nor the? original costlw^ro
(considered in m?vfeing them down. Heads of families will do wei* to buy their winter stock of Shoes right now, ao tfcx;
wUl n^cr be such a golden opportunity again to got fmch genuine, real yalu? for your money.
MR. COUNTED MEBQSL&NT, here Is the chance ?f your Ufa-time-it you are not Sn business fer your health. Bei
ter com? before they are all pi?ked over, for first come are first served. Vise men and sages csowd our Store buying out
s-c nts?$1.50Shoo for 50o. You can get in their class mighty eaay ??u? monstrous cheap.
??Jtentftt$YgGt?vx4%U?x?' Brand ShoesHfe?y ar? on everybody's feat.