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J. F. CUNKSCAI.E8, ) EDITORS AND
C. C. LANGSTON, i PROPRIETORS.
ONE YEAR, - - - - $1 50
SIX MONTHS. - - - 75
JVJUDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, um').
Thc farinera all over the .State ure
passing resolutions endorsing the r<
<iuest of the Southern Cotton Asso
ciation to hold their cotton for eleven
cents per pound.
The complete returns in Marion
County show the vote to he 1,149 for
prohibition and LSI for. dispensary.
Senator Tillman's speech in Marion
in behalf of thn dispensary, it seems,
did not do much youd.
Senator Tillman says that his ene
mies are the opponents of thc dispen
sary. If that he true he will find
that when all thc returns arc in from
South Carolina, fully two-thirds of
her best citizens are his enemies.
The winter wheat crop is estimated
at -124,500,000 bushels. Thc spring
wheat production is placed.at285,031,
000. Over seven hundred and nine
millions! Hore is the largest wheat
crop the United States has over pro
duced, exceeding even that of ?I02, as
serts the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Many people, especially young stu
dents, have the idea that thc only
place to study is in some school.
Schools, however, can do no more
than give a person a start on thc road
to knowledge; all true scholars of
course continue to study until their
dying day, and with them it is never
too late to learn.
Twelve southern govornors and offi
cials of sovcral Southern chambers of
commerce have calied a conference to
be held at Chattanooga, to coasidcr
the matter of uniform quarantine laws
and consider the question of protect
ing the South from undesirable immi
grants. This will bo aa important
convention and South Carolina should
be well represented there.
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By a majority of about six to ono
the voters of York County np.id at tho
ballot box yesterday that the dispen
sary must be closed at Yorkville.
There were about 850 votes polled,
of which about 130. were in favor of
.v. J :_ rpi,? f..?n>.
WS UlCJIUUDIUJ . J. Jiu .(..U.U.O T.W.U
very busy gathering their crops, and
hundreds of them did not take time
to vote because they considered the
result a foregone conclusion.
The day is certainly coming when
the farmers will be in position to dic
tate the price of cotton. Had it not
been for the strong organization which
has been built up in every cotton
State what would the staple be selling
for today? Seven or eight conto
wonld probably be the highest price,
and, therefore,by means of the organi
sation of farmers and business men
from two to three oents has been
saved to the South on every pound of
cotton held by the farmers. And the
cud is not yet.
A resolution was adopted in the
national convention of the Odd Fol
io ire in Philadelphia on Wednesday
that no ono can bo a member of the
order who is engaged in the liquor
business. That being true we presume
the representative at this session from
the noble order in South Carolina,'
Hon. Colo L. Elease, of Newberry,
; will bave to withdraw his member
. ship. As a citizen of South Carolina
'-? Mr. Blease is not only engaged in the
f liquor business but is one of the ablest
and most, ardent supporters and de
fenders of the dispensary system ia
this State. -\ .
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Last Saturday a conference which
was held in Columbia between Gov.
Hey ward, Commissioner Tatum and
Assistant Attorney General Townsend
in regard to the shipment of whiskey
by dispensers of wet counties to pat
. rons in dry countice, resulted in the
issuance of a new set of orders to con
stables directing and requiring them
to seize all liquors in transit which
does not bear the permit of the com
mission er. Dispensers aro forbidden
to ship without these permits and
without the request blank being signed
j o person at the dispensary by ttie
consignee. This is the proper action
to take, and practically stops the traf
fic to the dry communities, as Commla
bioner Tatum says he has not and will
' not issue such" permits for these kind
of shipments. <
We are a much governed people,
'abd there is nothing which afleo ts
the American citizen, from infanoy to
the grave, awake or asleep, in motion
or at rest, at home or abroad, in his
personal, social, ? political or property
lights, which'is not the dubiect of.reg.?
elation by the State. In the above
statement made to th? American Bar
.Association ; Prof. ' Tooker put his
finger. on ? orJe of topmost serious
abuses of tho time; With Congress
i' vmVkiag laws for the country and 45
State3; and several rcmioties cob'
auntly t?rniufe' otrjcr ?awH by i.hous
.^\:attd^'f^K^fty-be. said ?hat we arc "a
much governed people," but that wo
.rc too much governed. As Prof.
Tucker points out, when the State
steps in and assumes control by boards
and commissioners and other agencies
of the safety of society, of the health
and morals of the people, as well as
of their property rights, special care
must be! taken not to endanger any of
thc inalienable rights of life, liberty
Tho Court of General .Sessions ad
journed Saturday afternoon with a
number of eases on tho docket that
could not ho reached at thia term.
.Solicitor Hoggs announced that a
special term would lu* requested, which
will bo ordered hy Clue! .Justice Pope
as soon us it cnn ha conveniently
In addition to thc. bills passed upon
hy tho grand jury mentioned io the
last issue of this paper, the following
true billa were found:
Tho State vs. Will Dacu*, assault
and battery with intent to kill.
Tho State vs. Joe Drennan, house
breaking and larceny.
The State vs. Will Fuller, house-'
breaking anil larceny.
Janie Whitncr. attempt to poison.
George Agnew mid J. N. Rhodes,
The .State va. Simon Johnson, gam
The State vs. Berry Williams, expos
ing the person.
The State vs. Richard Thompson,
Tue State vs. John Stimson, mur
Tho State vs. Jane Agnew, receiving
The Slate va. Sam I'reesley, nssuult
and hattery with intent to' kill und
carrying concealed weapons. ,
Frank Sima, tried tor assault und
buttery with intent to kill, was found
not guilty on Wednesday.
Dave Chapman was acquitted of the
charge ot' violation ol tho dispensary
Will Rollin, a young white man, en
tered ? pleu of guilty to tho charge of
bigumyand waa sentenced by Judge
Dantzlcr to a term of twelve months
on tho public works of the county.
Will Fuller was convicted of house
breaking and received a sentence of
two ycais on tho county chaingang.
Dan J lill, charged with highway
robbery, was lound not guilty.
Miles Cox waa acquitted ol' tho
charlo of arson.
Tho cases of Janie Whitner and
Kilima Frazier with others waa con
tinued to the next term of court.
Kate Nowell, the negro woman who
killed another-woman at Starr several
weeks ago, was convicted of man
slaughter and received n sentence of
six years in the penitentiary.
in the casu of the Shaw tamily, who
were tried lor resisting an oilicer, as
.suult and battery with intent tu kill
and carrying concealed weapons, the
defendants were found guilty on the
first charge. Fines were imposed na
follows: John C. Shaw, Sr., and J. L.
Shaw, Jr., $15 each; Lourinu Shaw
and Virginia Shaw, $10 each.
Tho case of the State against II. F.
liicliey, J. H. Richey, and Young lt.
Richey, charged with restating an oili
cer, assault and battery with intent
to kill and carrying concealed wea
pons, was takon up Thursday and re
quired practicaliy tho remainder of the
term ior .its trial. The Richey? are
young white farmers living near Pen
dleton. On the 10th bf August, the
day of the big farmers1 picnio and bar
becue at the Fair gronnds, iheae mon,
it is alleged, became disorderly, and
when Sheriff Green and Deputy Sherill
Scott attempted to quiet them the offi
cers wero met wit'? a stubborn resist
ance. Both gentleems received slight
cuts from a knife in the hands of one
of tho Kicheys. Their injuries were
no* of a serious nature, but a terrible'!
tragedy was narrowly averted. R. F,
Rici,ey was convicted on the first two
counts and was given a. eentonco of
two years with no alternative fine. J.
H. Richey was convicted on the first
count and was given one year without
the privilege of paying a fine. A mo
tion for a new trial v refused, and
the defendants have been admitted to
bail pending an appeal of the cane to
the Supreme Court.
Several matters in fatuity were dis
posed of Saturday, and the Court ad
journed in the af ternoou.
On Thursday morning the graud
jury made the following presentment
and was discharged: "
To His Honor, Chaa. G. Duut/.lor,
Tho Grand Jury begs leave to sub
mit its presentments as follows:
. We have acted on all billa of indict
ment Which the solicitor has given to
us, and have returned them with our
findings to the court.
We note that the shortage in the
office of the probato judge, which waa
reported several years ago, is still un
settled. We recommend that an.ex
port bo employ od to make a thorough
Investigation of the affaira of this ci
lice in order to clearly fix the liabili
ties. We intend no reflection on our
present probate judge, ns tho booka
of bia office are well kept, and show
that the money in his hands has been
Wo find that the law in regard to
having purchasers of liquor alga-re
quest bianka hos not been strictly en
forced, and that whiskeys nra some
times purchased at the county dispen
sary without signing blanks, and wo
recommend that in tho future the law
in this respect be enforced to the letter
bv the county dispenser. 1
The report of tho county superin
tendent ot" education has beeu found
to be correct by us, and we have hied
tbe same with the clerk of courts
The committee appointed by the
grand jury YO investigate the roads and
bridges and convict camps report to
ns that the roads of tho county aro in
fair condition and that the convict
camp is well kept.
The committee to investigate' the
County Home and jail lind these insti
tutions in good condition? The coun
ty farm is in excellent condition.
We recommend that the superinten
dent of the County Home provide
regular religious services for the in
mates ot the Honie; services ought to
be held at least twice a month for tho
benefit of these unfortunate people.
.Tv Wo lind tnat all of the county offi
cers aro doing their duty, and th
county is to bo congratulated bl
having such lau ??ul public eer vea ts.
We fi?d that the law in regard to
fast and re ck le ss driving, boisterous
conduct on tho publie highway and
Shooting on tho public highway ia hot
.enforced in tbecountrv. People con
tinually Violate these laws, bul touro
ls no one who Will swear out warrants.
We recommend that ?ll law-abiding
Citizens report these cases and sse that
the elland* r* aro punished.
ld conclusion! allow ns to thank
Your ''.H?opr a'mT.other1 officers of tho
Court for courtesies expended to us
during tho present term.
* Respectfully submitted,
.', E. P. VandUor, foreman. "
The following six members ot the
grand jury were drawn, t# ?^?VO t ho
ensuing ycart J. T. Milford, W. F"
?ieVJarn?-S A. Elgin, E. M. Stone5,
G. AV. Darby and W. T.WYUnv
A Hot Time in linter bur;;.
Bateaburg, Septem ber 2"5.-When it
was mail? known that John L. Mc
Laurin and tito Hon. li. Jt. Tillman
wouid addn ss the citizen? of tili? com
munity it caused u largo crowd to as
semble li ere from Aiken. Saluda und
Lexington counties. The meeting
was called to order by the Hou. W. ll.
Timmonnan. The crowd in the
Opera House numbered about four
hundred, including quite a number of ?
A letter was read from the Hon. 1
John J.. McLaurin addressed to M.
li. Edwards, Mayor, regretting his in
ability to attend tho meeting.
The Hon. C. M. Eflrd. of Lexington,
WUK call? d on and made the opening
address. His principal theme wus that
prohibition is wrong in principle and
Tho audience was then addressed by
the Hon. II. li. Tillman, His speech
was along thc usual line. Ho resented
in strong terms having been invited to
d?BCUSS the dispensary with John L.
VIcLauriu. He seemed to take it as an
Ile naid that tlie dispensary system,
if properly carried out, was the hist
solution ol' the whiskey question. He
asserted that, the law liad been persis
tently ami flagrantly violated by tho
beard. He asserted that the piesent
hoard had advertised for bids for X,
XX und XXX, without specifying
what these guides consisted ol'.
At this point John Hell Towill in
terrupted liim by going in front ol' him
and telling him that Iiis statement was
absolutely untrue and false. At this
interruption the house went wild, sonio
hollowing for Towill and some for
Tillman. For awhile it looked aa if
there would bea personal combat be
tween various parties, hut quiet was
Tillman repeated his charge of the
unholy alliance between tho preachers,
barkeepers and blind tigers.
This charge was strenuously icsented
by the Kev. M. D. Padgett, of Bala
da County. This brought forth a
spirited debate between Tillman und
Mr. Padgett asked the Senator to
please let *.he preachers out.
The Senator stated that he would be
a candidate next year for tho United
States Senate, and be would then
discuss tho dispensary question from
every stump in the State. He also
stated that he was ready and eager to
go before the dispensary investiga
tion committee as a witness. He had
told two of that committee person
ally nnd had written the chairman of
the committee his willingness to ap
pear before them ic the capacity of a
At the close of Senator Tillman's
speech the Hon. C. M. Eilrd arose and
paid a high tribute to the honesty,
character and integrity of John Bell
Towill, and by that means endeav
ored .to pour oil on the. troubled wa
John Bell Towill declared most em
phatically that he bad never taken a
rebate aud as to his character he.
would leave that to the people who
knew him. He was willing to un
dergo the most searching investiga
lu a private conversation Tillman
said this was the warmest meeting he
had been in since 1803. He also said
he believed John Bell Towill to be an
honorable gentleman, and be did cot
io his remarks intend to cast any re
flection on his character.
This town is overwhelmirxly in
favor ot doing away with the dispen
sary, and the meeting* so far as in
fluencing anyone one way or the other,
amounted to very little.-Special to
Charleston Sunday Newe.
Marriage of a Popular Couple at Starr.
An occasion of much interest waa
the marriage of Mr. Joaeph Carter
Ligon to Miss Xenia. Clink scales, which
took place in the Baptist Church at
Starr on the afternoon of the 20th
The Church waa simply but beauti
fully decorated with, pot plants and
festoons of evergreen. In front of the
pulpit was. the bridal arch cf roses and
evergreen.-and the two aisles were
closed with double white gatea and
fastened with bows of white and pink
ribbone . ;
Mendelssohn's weddin* march : waa
played by Miss Valeria Ciinkscalea as
the bridal party entered and took their
places , about Hy men's altar. First
came the little gate girls, Rossie Clink
scales with Pallie Dean and Mary
Howie with Jodie Poole, all in their
dainty little pink dresses. Then came
the ushers:: Mr. J, \V. Ligon with Mr..
J. A. Clinkacales down one aisle and
Mr. Pam Sherard with Mr. Eugene
McGee down the Opposite. These
were followed by the attendants: Dr.
J. E. Watson with Misa Ophelia Clink*
scales and Mr. W.. 8. Hamilton with.
Mise'Elizabeth Wharton,-of Waterloo;
Mr. Rob Homo with Jifias Bessie Pea**
and Mr. Reid Sherard with Miss Mary
Ligon, of .Townville; Mr. Clarence;
Dean with Mies Blanche ClinkscaieJV
of Abbeville, and JUr. Lewis Lig?n,
of And?raon, with Miss Virginia Sher
Then came the brido with her maid
of honor, Miaa Fiofence CUnkacaWs,
and the groom with bia beat m*n, -Mr.
Howe Ligon. . The bride and groom;
took their placea beneath n cluster of
three white bells whfah.hiing- from the
centre of the bridal : arch, asd here
pledged each td the other the f uHneaa
of their hearts' devotion. The cere
mony waa .performed by Rev.?ff U.
Ligon, uncle of tho groom, assisted by
Rev. W. S, Hamilton* while from the
organ softly pealed tho Uroics of "Oh
? The bride Wore a soft white silk and
long veil caught op with orange blos
soms, and carried a bouquet ot bride's
roses; the maid o?: honor wore i wMt/<
silk muli with trimmings of ribbon abd
chiffon, and - the bridesmaids wore;
dainty white < organdies with lace and
After the marriage -a reception waa I
given at the born? ?E the bride'* pa
rents, to Which a number .of friends
and 'relatives of tho newly made cou
ple were invited and Betved to an ele
gant, supper. '.'
The decorations bf the home were
artistically planned and carried out;
in tho reception room the color scheme
being white and-green* andie the din
ing room white andi, pink. Flower*
?,nd ribbons' of these 'colora wore deed;
ii ?he decorations of tho tables, which
were made m ovo del ic a to and pretty'by
tte*mellow light from pink and white
candle*. . :.
During the. supper a toast waa pro
peled to the bride and groom by Dr.
Watson and graciously .responded te
by Mr. J. Wi. Ligon. ^
rMNbo ?iucoro congratulations extend?
cd to the bride and groom attest to the
high esteem io whirb they were held
by their friends* ' as well as the lavge
?amber of beautiful present* which
they received. A Friend.
Starr, Sept; ? '
- Th?? Odd Follows hpufV near
Gr jcovillo waa opened, with ; tho re
ception of five childr?'?vVThere are
numerous application? ''natara 'tho
board of trust?es' wHieb, is ir^?sti
gading caoD carefully^f?ro admiting
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White Bandits Sent to Jail.
Houeu Path, Sept. 20.-Johu Marion
Ashley, Robert Mooro aud his three
BOOB, John, Josh and Will, Sam Bigby
und il ugh Bowen, charged with hav
ing murdered Allen .Pendleton Sunday
night, were arrested thia afternoon by
Sherm Lyon and lodged in the Abbe
ville County jail tonight. Solicitor
Cooper uri i ved here last night and
Bwore out the warrants. Toe crime
waa committed in Abbeville County
und Sheriff Lyon came over today to
make the arrests, lie found the lead
ers of tue mob at their homes three
miles below iionea Path and arrested
tnem without any trouble.
No news of tiny kind ct?n Ve had
from tho Ash ley a, They aro Sliest, re
fusing to have anything to say about
tho plans of John Marion, wno is u ]
cousin of Joshua W. Ash.iey. ? a:eni- !
ber of tho Legislature from Auderui/a
At the inquest hold beforo Magia -1
trate Martin un Monday witnesses les?- i
lilied that tho men captured today took
the negro into the woods for tho pm-!
pose ot killing him against the protest '
of tho better citizens who begged that
the law be respected. J. F. Monroe, a
merchant ol' HUB town, swore that he
saw Ruben Mooro pince the trace chain
around 1'cudlotona neck. The face
also came out at the inquest that when I
the murderers were wavering John
Af arion Ashley declared thut Pendle
ton had to die that night. His neck I
waa broken by the chain nud ho was
riddled with bullets. Pendleton was
butchered because he had killed Jim
Moore, but the evidence showed thut
Pendleton acted in.self defense.
There is much comment hero over
the burial of the victim. Ilia body
was placed on a board and dragged
into tho woods, where a ditch was dug.
The body was thrown in, no collin
hoing used, and was only partially cov
ered with dirt.
Magistrate Rowen hes sent an oili
cial report to Governor Hey ward, say
ing that the blank verdict waa render
ed by a jury in spite of the evidence
which proved that Ashley and the
Moore's had committed the murder.
All of the Atihluy family in thia sec
tion were not implicated, John Marion,
in fact, being the only member who
participated in tho affair, Melvin Ash
ley, a son of Representative Ashley,
tried to persuade tho mob not to kill
the negro, and nc testified that his re
lative, John Marion, was in the party.
-Special to Greenville News.
.Indee Held up by Bold Robber.
Columbia. 8. C., 8eptv?iber 24 -
Judge Ernest Gary, of iKe State Cir
cuit Court, waa held u*;? and robbed
lust evening of $20 in c*?b, a gold
watch worth $100 and a bunCVtof keys.
Two other persons were held'1- j?5?y one
near the Governor's mansion, thv rob
ber securing $15 in cash, while a third
man was relieved of $4 near rho State
penitentiary. . : ' ,
The bold up in the cao a ot Judge
Gary ocfsrred about 1'. o'clock last
i night, almost in front of the residence
of Colonel Harwell, of the Southern
Railway. Jndge Gary ?md been ont
calling and aa he neared Colonel rlar
i well's residence the highwayman tap
ped him on the shoulder at the same
time throwing a pistol in his face, say
ing: "Hold up your G- d- hands, or
I'll blow your head off." After par
i leying and seeing that the robber waa
in earnest the jasticp slightly raised
! both hand* and was assisted in getting
? them up by the stranger. Aa the rob
i ber proceeded to go through. Judge
I Gary's pockets, Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Baker were recognized by the judge
? as they crossed Bull street nnfler the
electric light. Seeing them, the robber
reaark^d: S'I see somebody, but they
won't, bother us, at the same time plac
ing the pistol under his victim's arm.
Tired of tbe unce Jjfortnble position,
Judge Gary said: "Hovr ionpr before
you will be through your work?" Corn
. * :ting his job. the robber said:
"Now get, I'll blow your d-d head
This is the same language used by
highwaymen who held up and robbed
Express Clerk Nagle of $10 earlier in
The man was white, had a handker
chief over his eyes and wore a Father
Tbe hold up occurred in the heart of
the residential section and was the
boldest in tho city's history.'
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7--Tho biggest log raft ever con
structed, containing ten million feet
of lumber*, will be towed across the
Pacific Ocean, from San Francisco to
Shanghai, Chios, this fall.
AM UP-TCMJATE FARM FOR SALE.
150 noter, or more land doe* not sim
ply buld '.he world together. It has soil
brought Up nader scientific culture, fifty
aeren of which will bring thin bad year
fi tty bales of cottee. Two large barn*
Kood residence, b.isit'i record perfect
xml other featuron perfect. Three to
four unie-: of city. Call or address
W. i% FRI?RSDN",
And orson, ti. C.
Sept 27, li'05 _jj m$_ 2?
TUC Books for th? c.-1'^clon of Stat?, School
aii County T*?s will M> omened from Oct o bo
15t&, 1905. to December list/ 1?05,. Inclaalve, and
ftom January lu, 1906, to March ut, 1906,1 will
collect with the icnalty-.for January 1 per cent
February 2 tor cent, and from Miren lix to the
i6ih wiib 7 MI cent penalty. After tho 16th of
March Execution* will pe iesuod.
j be rate of T?x Levy is as follows : -
bute Taxe?...?. 33 , Mills
Ordinary County.... *. 41
Public Ito ads,.
An additional levy 4 mills School District No. CO.
Additional levy i mills School District No. 43.
Additional levy 4\? milla School District No. 31
Additional lew b mills School District No. 20.
Additional lory 3 milla ?chool District No. 24.
Additional levy 4 milis School District No. 2S
Additional levy 3 mills Behool District No. 63.
Addittoaat Ie>y 4 mills Behool District No. 62.
Makin? 17?i milla for Walker-McElmojlo School
District No rv<J. '
Making 17*? mills for Good Hope School Dis
trictNo. 43. .
Making 18 milts for Gantt Behool District No
Making iS><J mllls'for College School Distrlot
Ko. 20 *
Making icy? mills for Bunter School District
No. 24. St, . ,
Making 17? ?j mills for Bishops Bt nob School
District No vb. m i-?
- Making 16)4mills for /.lon School A/1 strict ho
^Making IVA mills for Motees Behool District
The State Constitution requires all males be
tween the ages of. 21 und 0) years, except those
incapable ot earning a cuppqrt from hoi OR mai
ed or other cauies, and those who served i u
war between tho Statu, to pay ft Poll Tax of Ono
Do!Ur. Ait pelions between the ages of eighteen
r.nd fifty years of age who. are abie td. work the
public loads, or came them to bo worked; except
preachers who have charg? bf a congregation and
godsons who served in the war between tho States,
chool Teachefi and Trustees are exempted, from
road duty; and in lien ofworkmay payatax of
Uns Dollar, to be collected at the same time other
taxes aro collected. I will collett taxes at Slab?
towu, Ht. Airy, Piedmont, Pelrer, Belton MUls
and at Houe?v Path? ?ut will give uoUce later the
time I will TiBitthe39 plaoes.
J, M. PAYNE, ConntyT^ssuter.
Office in Old Benson Building
Money td Lc au on Real Estate.
- AND -
-A-t-XJiid er Price!
We have a verylarge stock of these Ooods, and
will make special in&?cements to reduce our stock.
We bought them direct from the inrjportere, and can
aaye>ou-25percent.;;j- [.:", ": .
: Ooe lot of Turkey^^ed ^amask^worth 25c, io 5 to S yard
lengths ; ??e will cut these a.t 20? yardJ; .
' ' "V\ . SPECIAL WO. & ' "
One lotofBhra ?nd. Red Checked and all BeoY 60-inch ?
Damask only 25o yard. ?
On? lot Tvurkey Red Damask, 60 inches wide and woirth 40c,
spf cia! prf<ie ?f ;30<iv^?-^ibid'.V>"- ?
. . ?iee assortment 60-inch Bleached Damask only 25c yd.
^^^tt^Jot of 584nch Line^ ipamaskWaly 25cyard.
: * ZOT NO J- ^ ; rH: 2
72 inch Ha)f Bleached All Lin?n'Damash only 43c yard,
and a finer quality of Hali Bleached 72 inch' Linen Damask at
. .^e lot^ v?ry hfayy All Linen HaH Bleached Damask,
68 inches wide at,00c yard,
A nice assortment of tire real Aierc^^^ will
Mid its lustre after wash?Dg ; these are 68 iaohes wide, at oui?
mzMSeveral Patterns, in All Idfceis I Damask, Half Bleached and
66 mches wiae, worth 60o, at only 39o yard.
Bauds' 68?inch Oil Red Damask at only 49c yard.
. ; 'f ' LOT NG. o. ' .
Best <if ali, a nico assorimsht of J2-inch Mi Linen Bleached
^^paski.worth 85 p,.at?nly 69 cyard.
100 doz, Bleached Cotton'ToW&\ ?z* 22 ? hy ?4 inohee
werta 15c, at 81.20 d?zen or ?0c each, '
s One lot extra large aia? Linesi towels, colored border*, at 25o
. Kfco ?ot ct: Double H?mstitt?hed, F?re White, Ali ??neai
. Towe!i,\;^orth 75o pair, at opjy 26e each. -
Wi ha?e tbreo 11'KJ?S loaded in every n?ok aed corner
with tho beit merchandise In Anderson County, and can save yes
25 por cent. ? . ??'jt-"".' W'-V '^K^-v^'i''^ V""^A>^.V
The crowds cciuo p ? the crowds go, but our BIG SAB*
GAIN'S go ou forever. v
Concert all Day ILong at this
Ou- only effort ie to draw the biggest crowds of buyers
all the time,
Our only method-by giving the crowds prices that>an,
not be equalled by competition.
\ x Until the removal of our Wholesale House
to Columbia, S.tC.
NOT?CE-This Ste?? will be closed next Saturday, Sefef
tomber 30, all day-until"-6 p. m.
I usure Perfept Stands '^?i^ji?i
??o Implement that has ever been designed wJU, in ar?y |
way, compare with them.
S ?^ry farmer who examines these machines will realise
that he -cannot raise grain successfully without th?in?
Seeing ^^^^^^^^^ V.;^^
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gtiarftnteo tb give e?.da ?toin?r! ho^M\g|bV^ V?$ri& " ?T<