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I We wish to announce to the people that our New Fall
and Winter Stock Ss ssw ready foi inspection. We now ex
tend a special invitation to every one to visit our Store and
inspect our stock.
We are now better prepared to serve tb^e trading public
than evvr before. We have selected our stock with the
aitmo&t care, and bought at-, t
? V. .:
The ready cash would demand? .:;||||
Our large retail outlet, combined with our wholesale de
partment, places uf? in position to get all the concessions
grafted the largest quantity buyers. Hence insbuying we
are en the "ground iopr.'' We get ; all "the milk in the
cocoanut/' Consequenily we are in position to meet all com*
petition, to give eur customers as mitch, if not more, for their
Ia uirasually attractive, and consists of the new w^ires,
aew coleus, new fabrics and new ejects tnat make them ^?
Our reputation 021 Black;?>xes3 0bods is known far and
Silks are.in great demands r;g^.;;haye? the stapled and
?aevelties in Silks.
WEDNESDAY. SEPr. 20, 1905.
OTB com* MARKET.
Mia? Helen F?nt, bf Walkalla, ia in
he city visiting relative?.
J/iss Beulak Todd, of Augusta,
ins been visiting relatives iu tho city.
Mies Veda Chisolm bas returned to
>avanimh attora visit to relatives iu
Chief of Poilco Nelson, of William
;ton, is iu the city this week attending
Dr. Geo. E.- Coughlio has returned
rom au extended business trip to New
alisa ?urah Westmoreland, Of fi t
anta, has been visiting relatives iu
I The,fall meeting of the South Coo
ina Presbytery vieete nt Seneca Fri*
Thc price of cotton does not vary
auch. A few bales are on the market
Mrs. Margaret VanWvck, of Atlun
a, ia in Anderson visiting her son, O.
W. O. Wilson has gone to Anderson,
there ho will make his homo.-New
Mlak Louise Humphreys has return
id home from n six wet-lea' stay at
iVay nea ville, N.C.
Mi?s Gertrude Hoyt baa returned to
Greenville after a visit to friends and
elatiyeB in the city.
There are a few vagrant? in the city
T??W ??iou?u be forced to go to work or
pave for other places.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian, W. Fant re
urned to Augusta Sunday after a visit
o relatives in the city.
It is very dry and dusty in thia sec
ion, and a little rain would ho highly
ppre elated by everybody.
Mies Nell Simpson has returned to
er home in Marietta, Ga., after w
iflit to relatives in the city.
Adolphus Holder and sister, Miss
lammie, of Harris1 Bridge, weiol
isitora at Seneca last week.
J. J. Carley and wife, of Florence,
i. C.. aro in the city visiting.tkefam
ly or Kev. W. W. Leathers.
Mias Sudie Gilm?r, Who btu been
pending several weeks in Waynes
ille; N. C., haa returned home.
Jfif A. O tites, Jr., of this city, went
own to Greenwood last week to spend
few days vlsi tin g hie p arenta.
JV Liv .McGee and wife,, who have j
cen spending the summer in the
lountains, have returned home.
Miss Jenn?o Stevens, o? Anderson, j
! visiting MisB Emma Ballentine, in
bis place.-Lexington Dispatch.
The moon will be on i*.n last quarter
?morrow? and we are about in the
ame tlx, dear delinquent subscriber.
Kev. and Mrs. S. T. Creoch, of An-r
creon, are visiting the formers sister,
Irs. A. J. Evans.-Kook Hill Herald.
Some ol the farmers of thia section
ave determined not to sell a bate of
ottoa until the, prica rcachea ll cents.
Miss Jean Anthony has returned to
er home in Atlanta af tor an extended,
isit to her sister, Mrs. Jno. E. Sad
Miss EiUeen Mauldin went ov?r to j
partanburg.last week to spend n few
ays Visiting her aunt, Jurs. H. A.
W. B. Steele, Jr.t union ticket agent?
na recovered from a two months7 at
ick of fever and is again at his post
Our neighbor, the WilliaraBton Now?, j
aa cheated b&fie. It has moved from
i Pelser, where it will in
Miss Ola McKinney has returned to
er horns in Anderaoup after a visit to
er brother. Mr. W;. O. McKinney,
tart well, (G a. ) S u n ? i
??fl?fiNellio Simpson, of Marietta,
ar, w fco. ha? benn spending several
eeks m't?^city;, with relatives, re
irned borrelast Friday.
P, W. 1i&k?T, of birmingham Abu,
as been . spending a fewa?ye in the
ty visiting his uncle, Ur. J. i>. Wil
ite, aat| other relative?,
? comiert waa given at theOrrvUlo
all. Savnrday night, the proceeds to j
? to tho n?wfy organised bra aa band,
. good sum was realised.
Furman University in Greenville
Bgine its Sith session today. AC
mal Anderson County will be repre
inted cn it? roll of students.
f'\heW Hag station baa been .eat, nb?.1
s^ed on the BltieKidge railrcad about j
Id way between ' Anderson and Bel- j
?a. lt baa been named Welch. ,.
Ch?mo?a Lodge, No. 32, Knights o?
y thia?, will hold its regular eohvenr
MPtomorr?w evening at 8 o\clock.
ll thc members are urged; to attend. '
Oscar Mopro and Mrs. D. M^ Wil
>n have returned from; New ; -York, j
fter . baying a large stock of fall and1
inter goods.for Moore,; Acker; &. Co.
Miss Janie Orr. of New York, arrived
i the ci?y a few day*, ego to thkd
sarge of tho millinery department; of
ooic, Acker. & Co's, establishment,
Julian A, ?Pant, who is employed os
conductor''on the Port Royal & Au
?ta Railroad, has been spending a
?ort'vacation, in Anderson visiting ilia
Clemson College is reported to he
to its utmost capacity, and a
*z of applicants have been tare*;
I*?>. Tncre; aro 350 new etudonts
Miga Eleanor Cochran left, the fi
troe her, werie as instructor ot En_
ih and history in the high school o
.at city.-, ,.- '0 '! '.' '. . -V^/v-.;
Tho;: Mountaineer eaya that a ?atad
me' monument has been placed over
o grave ot Co). Jame*/ L. Orr ia
irist Church cemetery^ in the city or
S?ss Estie Bembree has accented a
??Uten with tho Hampton Mercantile
>.i??.'Piedmont, and would be-more
an phased tq\have her f riends enli
idteoh^r.-';; ^ ?'. ':' '-..
A crcat many of our people from the
Dr. R. Ii. Branyon, who hus been
spending a few weeks at Honea Path,
I hi? old home, has returned to Charles
ton and resumed the practice of bia
I profession, dentistry.
Our clever and energetio young
?friend, Murrah Bailey, baa gone to
Columbus, Ga., where he has accepted
a posici?n with bis brother, Theodore
Bailey, in an oil mill.
: Ham .Shell, a white man, who ia
wanted in Spartnnburg on tho charge
of getting gooda under false proton nee,
was arrested in Anderson last week
and curried to Spnrtanburg.,
The Bishop's Branch school, in
Garvin Township, will opon on Mon
day, October ?. Tho patrons of tho
school are urged to send their children
promptly on the opening day.
Mrs. Bolt, of Anderson, is on a visit
to her son. Dr. J. L?. Bolt, in Pickens.
She and Mrs. J. L. Bolt leave the last
nf the week for a visit to relatives in
Ernest Summers, who has been
clerking sn this city for H. li. Todd Sc
Co.. fcas returned to bis old home.
Newberry, wheie ho will attend the
Lutheran College the ensuing, ses
The new buildings going up in tho
city will surprise any of UIOBO who
stay at home and never look beyond
their own front yards. There ie life
with much progress in this same old
Tho Court of Sessions this week is
attracting the attention of only those
who are obliged to come. Tins is nu
doubt caused by the demand for colton
pickers? nud other laborera on thc
^:Frof. J. S. Murray, who has h jet
spending the summer vacation in th?
city with his mother, has returned tc
Macon, Ga., where- he hus resumed hil
duties as a member of rho faculty o!
Mercer University. ,
Married, os Sunday ??Un-uuou, Sep
iomber 17, 1005, at the home of thc
bride, on East ici vcr street? in thu
city, by Rev. J. D. Chapman, D. D.
Mr. if. G. Lindsey and Mrs. Edle E.
Childy, both of Anderson.
Judge Goo. E. Prince ia spending t
few days nt home ' after having bed
in Beaufort presiding over the regula
term ol' court. His next engagemon
will be at Charleston begiuning tin
second Monday in October.
H-jTbe Saluda River Paw? Co., re
ports steady progresa on thc construe
tion of tho dam for its W'.er po we
development Uve miles fOTU Green
Tille.--.The dam will bedoVfeet high
to develop 2500 horse-piiwer.
Rev, J. P. Mahoney, who has heel
supplying : St. Joseph's Catholi
Churoh ia this city for some time, ha
bee? tran s terreel to Washington, D
C. He has many frionda in Andersoi
who regret to see him leave.
The good housewife is puzzled thea
dnya to lill out her bill of fare for ?
EWi, square dinner, 'Tho garden
ave about dried up or osimustej
themselves,, and there is very litti
produce of any sort oh the market.,
When you want the top of the mar
ket for your cotton bring it to Auder
con autf you will get it. We have i
large number of buyers of the staple
and they ?wt telegraphic reporta o ver j
hour in day from New York.
Cel. J. C. Boyd, of . Greenville
sjH?ift lhat Thursday in the city am
gave us a pleasant call. Col. Boy?
will bo a candidate for Adjutant am
Inspector General next year, and ha
many enthusiastic supporters through
out the State.
?; B. F. Earle, the progressive organ
izer of the Farmers* Union, will vial
Good Hopo Behool- house/ in Gorae
Township, nett Saturday at 8 o'clocl
to organize a Union. All th? farmer
ofthat section should attend the meet
ing and join the Union.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany is improving its local service. I
has decided to establish a direct wir
between thia oliy and Atlanta am
thus bo in a bettor position to formal
Krompt service. .Complaints hav
eon frequent in the past,
Hom J? P-Glens* of Equality, ha
purchased a lot aud xviii move to th
city aa soon aa hia residence cea h
completed. Mr. Glenn formerly rep
resented the county in tlje Stat
S?hatO and is ono of the moat uubatan
tia! citizensof the county.
The Straw bat eeason is drawing to:
close, for only a few more days rema!
ia which the headgear made of .emu
can bo wer?? with propriety. Airead,
?: number o? mts . who keep np wit
fashion's style haye discarded the!
old ' straw. hat and are wearing' fol
Last Monday evening about 7 cVsl?c
tho grist mill and engine room of Mel
vin J. Ashley, who lives near Hone
Path* were 'destroyed fire. The los
is estimated at ftbo?t H800. M hyi?
known how the fire originated, hut i
ia believed that it is the work of on lc
According to the almanacs the fa
season, bog i c a tomorrow. During th
post week we hoye had a bit of fa
weather, and people were forced. t
close their windows at hight abd alee
under extra covering. The ' loci
weather prophets eay wo aro going t
have au ?arly fail ar-?2 a .severe wit
The Reed 'Creek correspondent of
tho Hartwell (Ga;) Kuo says: "Mr.'
Jobu Dobbius, of BrhjkB, 8. C.. hu?
just moved * to his ncvr homo on Reed
Creek. Mr. Dobbins is one of Ander
son county's prominent young farmers,
and we are very glad to welcome him
to our community."
The City Council has decided to
??urd?ase a new hose wagon for tito
tough and Heady Fire Company,
which is composed of colored citizens
of the city. This company is ever
ready todo tine york when ttie fire
alarm calla its members out, and de
serves tho new wsgou.
Kev. M. lt. Kirkpatrick, the pastor,
will not preach at Flat Kock Church
next (fourth) Sunday, as usual, but
will preach there on the iirst Sunday
in October, when another deacon wilt
be elected by the congregation. The
members should boar this ta mind and
govern themselves accordingly.
On Fridoy evening, 20th inst, nt 8
o'clock, B. F. Earle will organize a
Farmers' Uuion at Ebenezer Church,
and Saturday afternoon, 30th inst., at
li o'clock, he will organize a Uuiou at
Craytonville. The tanners m both
sections should remember the time
and place, and attend the meeting.
Last Friday night Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. McFnll gave a dance at \he Eureka
Hotel in honor of Mr. Mcl-'aU'a brother
Harold McFnll, of AudeiRoi? S. C.
Everybody enjoyed tthe dancing and
especially tue delicious ice cream,
cake nud wine which was served
awhile before tho crowd lett.-Abbe
Lieut. Louis C. Richardson, of the
United States navy, is visiting his
father, M. li. Kichardsou, neat Septua.
Lieut. Richardson has beeu doing
duty on the cruiser Atlanta, but that
vessel baa been nut out of commission.
He will spond his furlough here and
then report at tho navy department
Miss Floreuce Ablo entertained a
number olyoung people last Friday
evening at uer home in Warrenton in
honor of her^tmsin, Miss Rosa Clamp,
of Anderson. Miss Clamo wore white
organdie and white, ribbon. Miss Able
wore blue organdie and blue ribbon.
Tho evening was spent in dancing. |
FOR 8ALE-Ten acres Land, wltb good
dwelling, stables and out huif?lngs, one
hundred yards from city limita, one
block from car line. Call at Fretwell A
Banka atable. J. J. Fretwell, A. ii.
Means, Sales Agent. 13-3*
FOR SALE-A good farm, five miles
from Walhalla. 200 seres. Strong, red
land, fine orchard end bice 6*room cot
tage. 20 acres fine bottom lund. Apply
tn J. T. Lay, R. F. D. No. 2, Walhalla, 8.
: WANTED-Few more students In
Telegraphy at Wllllamston. 8. C. Tele
graph tchool number limited. Apply
The people of Belton are requested to
call ut Mrs. Press Fruit's sod look at the
new Fall and Winter fashions for ladles'
tailored gowns and wedding and evening
gowns and coats. No chsrges for look
ing at the new designs, and prices made
to nuit Um people and the times. Ordere
lilied on short notice and BntiBfaotlongUsr
???esd. Mrs. E. R, Cater, st Mrs. Press
When >?/t\ want Bale TieB, call on Bul*
H van Hardware Co,
Startling Mortality. ^
Statistics show startling mortality,
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To
prevent and cure tbeso awful diseases,
there ia Inst one reliable Te ca edy, Br.
King'o New Life Pills. M. Flannory, of
14 Custom HOUDO Place, Chicago, save:
..Thov have no equal for Constipation
and BlUlouaaess." 25a at Orr, Gray &
Cutlery that will cut la sold by Sul
livan Hardware. If you want this kind
Hen Past Sixty le Danger.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of age suffer from kidney aud blad
der disorders, usually enlargement of
prostate gland. This ls both painful and
dangerous, and Foley's Kidney Cure
should betaken at the first sign of dan
ger, as lt corrects Irregularities and ba?
cured many old men of this disease*; Mr.
Rodney Barnett, Hock Port, Mo,, wt i test
'.I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland
and kidney trouble for vears and after
taking twp bottles of Foley's Kidney
Cor* I feel better than I have for twenty
years, although I am now 01 years old."
" MONEY TO LOAN for home oliente
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys,
.It -would b?ve been Incredible brutal
ity Jf Oha?. F. Lemberger. of Syracuse.
N. Y,.'* bad not dou? the beat he could
for bl? suffering son. "My boy,'?, he
Says, "edt a fearful gash over his eye,
so I applied B?ckten'? Arnica Salve*,
which quickly healed it and. saved bia
oyo." (iood for burns and ulce/o too.
Only 25c at Orr, Gray ?fe Ob's., drug ?tore.
Buck's Stoves are beat by tent. The
castings are. the bl?hest grade and
smoothest finish, tba workmanship
shown *bo greatest skill. Each stove la
warrant? to?'IVO entire catlsfaetion and
th? back tn every stove ls guaranteed for
A Clear Complexion and Bricht Eyes.
In mos*cases a fallow, blotched-com
plexion and doll heavy eyes are doe to
poor .digestion and sn. inactive liver;
Orino LeXaUve Fruit Syrup aide diges
tion end aila.ulatea th? liver and bowels
and makes tb* complexion smooth and
clear. Orino Laxative Fruit tiyrupdoes
hot nauseate or gripe abd is mild and
pjeaaant to take. Refuse sobatltote?.,
Our Pattern Hats this season are beautiful.
Our Koady-to- Wear Hats are stylish, direct from^thew
? ^tiJ^^ Will be found " ^
Wm ' i % STYLISH.
K'^A UP;T0-DATE !
' ill; ;V?;;!?M Are Btrictiy conservative, griard*
il I Ul W ' against extravagant, speetac*
' Ii i lilli tiiar expenditures, to transact bus?
*. // I v?i^fi?l \ incss on the most economic basil),
? Mn ' V* aav*nS our customera all super
r^^ll^^gt^^pSE? All we. ask is dil inspection ot
?.J^\B^^^^^^ cur?stoek and prices*
?SS DORA GE?SBER&,
LATEST STYLES !
Prices guarantee! the
Style, Quality, Work
manship and Finish.
North side Court Square, two doors East of Farinera and Mex*
chants Bank, Anderson, S.
A MUSICAL HOME !
IS/ A MOST DELIGHTFUL PLACE,
YOU can have tyne by purchasing oae of. our Fine
I=?IAIJTOS oie? oK,ca-^3srsL
If not lh' se, then a
GUITAR, VIOL.IN; AUTOHARP?
Or .ov e other Musical Instrument. If you have no time br opportunity *o
lea.ru. thea a-- 't .
And the Records will enable you to have a HOME CONCERT of Memtf,
Funny Speeches, Orchestra Music, Etc., that will keep everybody Jangling
and in a good hu mor. ? We keep everything you want mamcall j,
LO WEST PRICES and EASY TERMS.
THE C ? REED MUSIC HOUSE,
ANDERSON, S. CS
D. 8. VAN DIV BB.
J. J. MAJOR.
E. P, YAKZ>r?3?SL
V?ND?VER BROS. & MAJOR,
'??y .. . ^ -.DEALERS ra
ANDERSON, B. C., SEPT. 5, ?M?.
YOUR PROMPT settlement of amounts due us on Buggies ia earoastly
solicited and will be greatly appreciated. IF you need a
New Bmgj or Harness See Us? .
^ ; i Yours truly, f
' ' VANDIVER BROS. & I
, Shoes:for;^K>?g and'a short Song at That!
Tre,?*?? ??ora to miss ft.
thejrad* ^^yttie eptire ^*?^tXtBrioa ano^rtHnemT? V? "annot ?md will net charge them at thea?
?rt raHNTK? ^Ecl^N?; he?e lathe chance of your lifetime-if you are nos in burineaa for yonr health B. -
?S>yS^^^ Wi.e. men and .age. crowd ont Store ha* tog
S!^ ShS"?5e. Ton catt got an their claw^mighty.*& and^wtrou. chea*.