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T?at ?iame in a H?.T ie a positive guar-'
antee of supsrloriy. It is accepted that
.way the world over, because HO Hat has
^sver Uti tae? Stetson factories that did
not deserve the mark, liew Styles ia
-'both-' .> , v . .
SOFT ?NB Sl?lF H?TS lUSf IN*
$3.?0 to ism .
Ot H EH ' G??? # ATS^
At $1.50, $2.00,|2.5p and $3.00.
ONE PRICE TO ALL !
Do not buy ?hop->7?iu 'Sh?es M ?my p?ico, whoa you can get ^
K?^Ffeab and XJprto?Data Shoes at the very leas* money Shoes V
can bo sold. We sell only "Solid Loather Shoe^/Vno matter how; L l
little tba price.
"We ^v?la.v?i^?troE- :?i?e or^OYS^d C13??^B?^?fepf?
8E?E&, and we are proud to state that we hold and consol the Jr.
Largest Shoe Trade in the City and Ca?nty of Anderson. We ?
not only aeU bei know how tootha moat tender feet^ and ; ;&ere- ?
fore we appeal to yon who never;U'icd us. Come and try co, sa ^ .
how to plsase ^onV There are to many people F :
^bujg?g two or mm^?i^i^m Shoes for^ himself and chUdren m.
:-?ia-i??^ very poor "saving
pian.";. MBk?^/^^-0^?\:^j iy?w. ?hoea in Shoe S?oreW; ?.?V;
Como sad., tr/^us^v^^^n^ee-vouv: C
. Agent? fox I*?*is A, Ctom?i- Florahoim . Co., Boydea .
^.? F?nsh Cashl?n BIme, iCrippendorfV X>? timan '.<& Co.? E.?*. r
Beed ? ?&t Harr?sbu?^ ?hoa Co. |?
?rt vJBSJsjf?*'j?Il?^V" \? ^^*^0?A? !^'!rT 1 1 ?* ^ . '"^
Tho Farmers' Educational and
Cooperativo tfnion of America. :
' OOHDUOTED BY J. O. 8TR1BLINQ.
?mk*- Ooramuleations intended for tula
department should be addressed to
J. C. S tri hiing, Pexdletoa, 6. C.
Plow Deep With Big Plows.
We have been taking observations
and practicing . deep plowing many
years and bavo our mind made ap on
thia question. Weare now determined
not to rent an aero of land to no one
unless at least two horses are need in
preparing tho laud for planting.
I have in mind a piece of poor hind
that boa been rented for 12 y cara to
one-mulo skimmers that have plowed,
thieland only from two to four inches
deep. Terraces did not keep the soil
from disappearing. ; It took about
four acres to moko a halo of cotton..
Alter the cotton was off. thia land was
awned '?s 4eep as three b> *vy horses
could palina reversaba ?/i<.\ *olow, and
followed with subsoil ?r?p as two
mules could pail it ia bottom of the
furrow. A neighbor passing by said
we were killing the land, (the land'was
dead already), and from tho looks of
tho crops this year we might have lull
ed tu? land Vas dead as Hector" and
it rotted? making good manure, as the
crop of oats were fine and pea vines
that followed , the oats : grew waist
high; We are now- 206*?. of September-,
mewing a tine crop of vines.
Y?s oans?? piow weil drained or
rolling clay lands too deep in fall, or
early winter. Where we have taken
charge of worn clay lands, we have'
torn down ali terrace banke and plow
ed the land from ZS to 17 inches deep
and our crops a$e double one-horse
renters' crops joining Our deep plowed
land. Deep plowed lends without ter
racing do not wash like shallow plowed
lands well terraced.
Some good writers:-have', argued that
pea stubble- should not be turned, bat
glowed with narrow plows. , Now .one
i&d with.': thr?e or tour horans can
plow about three times o, much land
and do it better than one or two horses,
to narro w nlowe. Our days of-piddling
along breaking land with uarrow plows
are done. We eandot afford to put a
75 centsOr $1.00 band behind, a.three
or foiir inch plow; we must arrange
things co that a dollar hand will break
a farrow twelve inches deep, and plow;
ont ay whole row at a timb ra cultiva
ting erops> or the dollar , e. day band
wilt coon owu the land, and the land
owner of today will be. driving im
nrnc-R(l plO"'o fo? a iuvro progressive,
larmer bet?r?) many years pass by. :9s
If yon Waut more land go down and
get it; don's spread out after itl It
costs lees taxes and dees - money per
acre to go down alter mer0acr?a? ?pu
the cost in cultivation in -future ia not
more than one-third as much per acre.
You must keep up with the front Of
this progressive march of VheA ageor
you will drop out of ranka.
It is calculated by good, authority
that the ' first--.twelve inches of good
clay land contains over three hnri4?ed
dollars .worth of mineral fertilisers per :
acre if put in available form for crops.
Doep plowing.in ffcll will allow the
action of frost, air and rains to make
ifeii inert 'er?i??z?r ?vai??o?e f^r next
year'? crop. It ia not hard to prove
this theory to bo true; try it Or go and
see the ??nd where others .have put
th* test ?,6 lt in a practical woy.
; Go down into the bowels of the
earth by deep plowing and get mois
ture for your crops; you need not lay
all the blame on providence for not
sending moisture; down On your crops
from above whon providence haa'pro-*
vided a way for you to receive it worn
below? and also a way to sto.ro more
rain water by deeper plowing.
Biit What is the lise?
Strive as you may to make profitable
crops, if yon continue: the rule of al
lowing the n?n-producer the privilege
of pricing your products, the producer
wilt gain butlUtle.hy producing cheap,
if he Sells Jiis producta at or near cost.
Many of tba cotton growers -pf the
South for y ears.have lost inore by not:
selling their cotton right? than they
bave gained by producing ..their- crops
right. They have lost more bjr' not
of good business roles than they have
gained by producing'.their crops nader
-.'li, good . system of farming-.;'* .
/Why argue longer about thia matter?
^Otaaat go to work at the market end
ot oar business. We must st ri ko at
the root Of oar greatest trouble.
The fault ie not in our stars bat ft is
in ns! We peed/ not care: ayanap.wkas
the European, English or American
Spinners, or wnll/jstneet gamblers are
doing or think; For^ fortyyears wa
.JHw? stuck ta a role of allowing th?s?
?people.to take ?hr products at tb?ff*
prices, m? w? cann?? blame them for
working fetfeystem that' wo -have stuck
to. Wo hs?ve noW l&rned better: Wo
moat turn ?boat and ?tf?i?te a ?yst?ia
of celling that gives tho produce? bia
/?hareof ?he-profite. ; .-: : .'
Shall cnlt?-r?n ?nj^^h?vrbarkeling bi
our great staple i≈cotton?
elaaa oar. people that are ?aotuing
piora-than grown-up children %b hold,
-the lover ^oK tho cotton market at tho
begibmug ot the season. These im
pix>vidsn t- people aro easy prey for the
cotton specalatbra, ;.Mrihi? %!as?v ot
farmers did no ? damsg? to co one bal
theaaMvea tho country or botter class
Of eoXton gwwesa could afford to stand
by and lat'thorn go down anit ont bf
tho way. But, imfomroaCely for
other?, these dumpers /dsworaSfee the
?oom*:market to ?neb an extent titi*
it tfekea months to restore tho market
"alter this class ia oat.
The1 oRo-year-at-the-time-elaas \i?
farmers who rub Out at tho end of
year, and - begin a^K-^hstivar
t?a?ir bills are paid ?r ?ot-arft not tho
class bf ?aea to p?a?e in- ebftrgo of the
cotton market! These graf tera that
playth?ir game Of gfaft botween.fcbfl/
supply mon ?nd th? land 6wner inn?t
Kpt be placed in charge of. the most
imp?r?i?t M opie, crop of tho -whole
We janet that here .lies the chief
ebstael?) in tho way.of concerj; of/?e
ti?rs ia .controlling- the production.and
marketing ot cotton. Tho supply n en
nod ibo business.farider must rulo.
To h o h o? d now And do ? t:.
I bas la hls p?Is'b?a?V:'i iolia mr.-.
- A negro in Bennetts?tile becom
ing frightened atan object in the dark
shot and killed another negro.
- Herbert Weatooat, colored, has
been committed to the Charleston
jail for attempting to burn bis wife's
- lt ?s expected that Winthrop
College will ooma io for a good share
of tho $2,003 OOO Peabody fund, which
will be distributed next month.
? ?' rr A persistent. drunkard in Wil
liamsburg County, who has a wife
and children, was given 25 lasl.jB
cn his bare bask by a party of regu
.- Over sixty thousand people vis
ited the Isle of Palms during the
season just closed. ?An inoreaBe of
over ten thousand as compared with
- It is authoritatively stated that
the Newberry Cotton Mill has lost
something like $177,000 in cotton
speculation. The mill is strong
enough i however, to withstand this
- United States Circuit . Judge
Goff has designated Judge James E.
Boyd, of North Carolina, to ast as
judge.of the district of South Carolina
in the absende, of Judge Brawley until
Ootober 15. ;
- Eugene 8. Blease, who ,recently
??hot and killed J; B. Coleman; his
brother-in-law, at Salqdai was granted
bail by Associate Justice Gary at Ab
beville in the sum of $3,000. He
gave the required bond.
. -Jamos Coleman died in Colum
bia from au overdose of soda adminis
tered by his wife to relieve him of in
digestion. The woman was arrested,
but was subsequently released upon
the coroner's jury returning a verdict
of accidental death.
- Mrs. N. J. Fuller bas entered
suit against 32 citizens of Greer, for
$10,000 damage.-;, alleging that they
surrounded her house-when she was
ill causing, her great pain and almost
causing death. Tho mob was after
her. husband who was w?mted'for keep
ing a blind tiger hut was never con
- Mrs. Celia A. Derdemans, aged
70 years, of Marlboro, broke.one of
her ribs while^coughing. "On account
of her continued coughing it has been
impuHS?b?c for ibo rib ; to be held
together ?dv healing by knitting
together and this process would be
especially slow in tho o ?se of so'bld a
- Mj S.. 8oruggs, in nhargo of west
Greenville dispensary,; has resigned
his position and expeots to be relieved
by October 1. lu giving up his posi
tion Mr. Scruggs refers to the fact
that tho dispensary is virtually doom
ed in the oounty and this is one of
the -chief reasons for seeking other
-r Testimony was taken before
Referee Judge Ja?, F. Izlar last week
in Charleston aa to the right of "pi?
dispensary investigating committee to
extuafne oertain. letters of J. S. Fat
num; a beer dispenser. The hearing
was adjourned until September 28th,
when Faraum will offer evidence for
--. Commander ! John sou and Chas*
lotte Simmons, white, were conviotcd
at Conway on Wednesday of the mur
der' pf Bev. H. D. Grainger, a Baptist
minister, Jest June? Johnson wes
sentenced to hang on the second Fri
day in December. The woman, hav
ing been recommended to mercy, was
sentenced to tho penitentiary for
life. ~ : ^
- A horrible story of destitution is
reported ; fronttSumter. Just out of
Sumter ? little boy four years old died
of hunger, in tho presence of his moth
er and sisters^, who were too proud, to
beg for food, i ?The little fe?fe* hid;
?othihg io eavfor four days, and get
ting a bottle Of pickles, devoured them
i n auch has to that acute indigesti?n
resulted, from which he died in agony.
--John Miller, ooiored, was qoh
yioted in the .criminal., court at Lau-;
rena and sentenced lo State prison for
tea years, the full limit of. the law, on
the charge of having attempted to
poison Walter #erga>on and family,
residing near Clinjtoi, by putting a
!l?ffltftn.re cf reptiles, frogs and matohos
in a well of Wftter vlast July. : ?ov-1
crai members of the family becom
ing suddenly ill Rt' the same tim?
led to the diaooye?f of1 the diabolical
deed. '\,'~k '* ",*?L *.[ > *. V '
.- C??mptrolier ,^eueral Jones baa
received a number of inquiries 49
tb wb/M county officers should do
where t?k-paycr?arefuse; to my the
toses on their dogs, 1??e law ap
pear* to be plain. If a person who
?n|oifis a d^g has any other property
it em bo sold to collect tho tas on tho
do?| io other words any property io
liab?? for th?; tax on a dog once in the
tat returns. Of course if the patty
returning a dog has no other property^
thoa fche dog Sa Ifcble, but it is hera
that ?hy property, rc?l catate or 'per-'
sonal property; is liable for a dog tax,
.-where the dos is on th?? tax rctttrna.r~
New?, sod Courier. -iMs
- Ia Charleston last Thursday a
singular incident happened in an at
tack which a etray-cow ia the street
made upon a baby carriage; The in
i fant of fi; MUili^^'wa?in.tlie''O?.rt
; riage/n front of his residence at No.
??3Fiahburn aticefc/when thc cow came
j aloiigacd attacked the vehicle. Tho
j carriage Was badly broken up,, but ibo
! child wajr?cao?cd before ii was sat ions?
: ly hurt; Tho street is io tho upper
I austria of the city and the r?sidents
aro putting the blame for-?he occur
rehce' upoo tita city authorities in nt)i
ba*iOj? the '?tv?.-v-t cle.ioc.d of gr a?-,',
!,?>#'tWi-?< tv'.?cted 'tho 'yoand als:)"the
rfli??'for not hoiug-'on-baud .'i?\ft?r<jstr
.thu stray, cow. -
(? EN Kit A Ii NE NV Sc
- Joe Jefferson, the great actor,
has by the terras of his ?ill, left his
fishing reel to Grover Cleveland.
- Rev., William Robinson, of Mon
roe, Ga., fell dead in his pew while
preparing to lead tho congregation io
- In thc past ten days there have
been no lesa than half a dozen nor
bie criminal mysteries io or noar New
-. In an interview Admiral Dowey
says the chief naval lesson of the
Russo-Japanese war is the importance
of bigger ships and bigger guns.
- Tho Southern is going to double ]
track tho road from Morristown to
Knoxville, 75 miles, and build a uew
road from Chattanooga to Stevenson,
-- Rains have fallen io the greater
portion of Kansas and Missouri every
clay thia month except one, with a
total downfall of 10 ioohes. Floods
aro raging in several sections of the
- The color line has boen drawn in
.Chicago saloons, white men and wo
men are barred from negro saloons,
by a recent order of the police, who
aro carrying out a cleansing oampaigu
in the oity.
- The relations between France
and Venezuela are. repr-;?f-Bw ' to be
strained'and thers is probbb'n..ty of
action by the French government to
protect the interests of its citizens in
A horse ran away with a wagon
on Brooklyn bridge, New York. The
driver was ' hrowo olear over the rail
ing of thc bridge, atriking the ground
a hundred foot below and .being in
- Wies Chio Thompaon, age 17, of
Marion, Ind., committed suicide by
taking carbolic acid. She did this to
carTy out a compact made with a girl
friend, Miss Cleo Baugher, who sui
cided about a month ago.
- In an address sn Indiana Gover
nor Henly of that State charged late
Auditor Sherriok, whom, he removed a
few days ago for shortage, with being
a common gambler. He had lost the
State's money io this way.
-. Freight handlers employed in
Chicago by the Chicago and Eastern
il lino ??, the Grand ^Trcnt, ?hs Erie,
ana the Santa Fe railroads have voted
to accept a reoawai of present work
ing conditions ?isd not to strike for a
10 per cent increase in wageB.
- At Clarksburg, W. Va., David
McKay and wife and horses ?iud wagon
were blown out of existence by the
explosion of nitro glycerine that they
were taking to shoot a* well in the
Salem oil fields. The only thing found
after the exploa.u>n was the axle of
* - The richest baby in the world is
said to be the little son of the late
Harold Brown, of Providence, B. I.
T!v r^oth within a few days of each
otucr sf his father and his uncle left
thit* youngster possessor of a fortune
which is estimated between $40,000,
000 and $50,000,000.
- Ira N. Terrell, a noted Oklahoma
convict serving a sentence in the Kan
sas penitentiary, was declared insane
and will be returned to the territory.
Terrell was the author of the capital
punishment law of Oklahoma and waa
the first person to be convicted after
it became effective. His sentence
- Mrs. Barbette Strauss, 70 years
of age, and ooo of the moat highly
esteemed , women of Montgomery,
Ala,, is dead as the result of being
poisoned by peach preserves. Sov?
ere!, other members of. the Same fam
ily were, made desperately ill from
having partaken of tho preserves, but
hone cr the ochers died.
--King Edward- of"Eoglaod, bas
offered to givo a specially inscribed
Bible to Bruton Episcopal Church, at
Williamsburg,Va.ito eommomorate the
three' hundredth anniversary of th?
establishment of the English Church
in. America. The :gift will be made
through the archbishop of Canter
bury. Bruton Church ie next to
the oldest^ Church ?a the United
- Late estimates indicate that the
coming orange and lemon crops in
Calif omis will be reaord-breakara.
Shipments,. it is declared, will reach
35,000, t^rs, and may. go to 40,000.
The yield of thp.ourrent year, ra
igiyen by the Sot?c.hern California fruit
exchange; show that tho last orop
yielded to growers $7,000,000.; The
oniput cc' the coming year ; on the
fajwo basie will produce $12,000,000.
- Hon. Ohas. O'Fatrell, ea*mem?
ber of Congress, ex-Go vernor and Con
federate Colonel^ a distioguiehcdlaw
yor, died at hia home in Riohmond.
Va.?' last Friday morning. He had
been ill three weeks and cinco Tuea
dsy had been Unable to take nourish
ment itt any form. Cali O'^arreii
xwaa ' born October 21, 1840, near
Br nee tews, Frederick County, Vir
ginia, aud served : six terms in Con
gress. He. Waa governor of Virginia
if|$m 1894 to 1898.
- A commission asr captain Of the
Twenty-fifth New 'Jersey volunteers
TOioh w?B lost by Capt. Archibald
Graham on??h? bsitil?field of Fred
eriokaburg, Vi., was returned to Cap
tain Graham's widow hat week by
Chief'Justice .Walter Clark of tho
Supreme . Court of ?sorth Carolina.
Jndgj? Clark found the^ commission
lutter the battle was over. He sedt it
to the State Adjutant General's office
in Trenton and ask^d that it be for
warded to th?! offner.. Ho ac com
plied it with hitter, saying thai
frc had ioU'udf.l o> return it in i ny
yeats fe'uV hid inialaid and ; forgot
. One Year.
Has p oven to hosts of people that we know OUR business.
That they get for every dollar spent with ns value received.
That we keep the best anl freshest goods for all classes ot
The rich and the poor,
Tho high and the low,
The fat and the lean,
.. The dirt/and the clean,
The weak and the strong,
The short and the long,
The deaf and the dumb,
A re all invited to come,
The blind and the lame,
All are treated the same.
We are building a trade that we are proud of, and we aro doing it in at*
honest way. We handle
Table Luxuries, Staple Groceries.
Horse Peed, Cow F?ed,
Hog Feed, Chicken Food,
Rod Hunt Proof Seed Oats, Turf Oats,
Eye, Barley. Flour, &c.
GET OUR PRICES.
W. A. POWER * CO.,
204 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
To See the Prettiest and
Most Complete Line of
Ever shown in Anderson, at Prices
thai BEFY COMPETITION, cometo
i www wv v ? ?t
Our Buyer has just returned from the Northern market?,
and. values in Goods are arriving daily that prove to the
I most fastidious dressers the result of careful selections.
See our Stock of, tho C?l?br?t ed
( Strouse & Bros. High Art
FALL AND WINTERr
VJJUV/ JL Xlll^ Vis
Which will interest those who wish to dress well and SAVB
A now and complote line of- ? . ?>
. . . - . . . .. . H ;;?/../ .;-;V?:;,V;; ... /
Men's, Women's and Children's, at prices unequalled elsa*
We extend to all a cordial invitation to visit our Stores,
inspect our Goods, ay d-be convinced that what we say is true?
Successor to Horn-Bass Co.,
U0,116,120, East Benson St., - - - - - Anderson, & ?
r>. s. VANDIVER. B-p. Y?mvm?^i.
- OSTIOB ?lB* .- ?
ii II ?inn MU i mi mimi mn.i H II wu.III
We believe we are in position
to sell you your : : : : s, :
WE have moved our Shop and office below Peoples' Bank, tal front of
Mr. J. J. FretWeU's ?tablea. We respectfully ask; all bur friends that need
any Roofing done, or any kind ?S5 Repair work, Eugine Stacks, Evaporators,
or any kind of Tin or Gravel Roo'iS?g to} cali on us^'m we are prepared todo
iw?l?romplly and in.best'manner. ' Ho)ic1ti?g?ybur i^tror are,
^, Respectfully, ? U iv ? i -i 6 <% DI V VJKR.