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Backed by our exceptional opportunities for foreseeing
tiie trend of TASi?IOH, we have taken advantage of our
unrivalled connection with the manufacturero, and prepared
for the Fall of 190? th? strongest line of
*We haye eyer shown. Our Bress Goods Department le in a
position to offer many exclusive etylos:anfl special novelties j
as well ai tie aiore staple lines.
Jiic tcniioVkd very dicng fer the season-they aro Stylish snjl Popular.
Oar Broadcloths at fl.flO per yard, 52 inches wide, in popular colors
?cd black, will sf? nd the t?st and hear comparison with any on the market
atany thinglike ti&f fcrice.
Como and get eamples and compare them.
Bcautii?l Broadcloths ia black, navy and waiteat $1.50 per yard.
Handsome Broadcloth, biack^njy, at $2.25 ger yard.
Among the E?aeon*? popular sellers in Dress Goods we invite yon? atoja?
? ion tb our Jennella Cloth, io the correct colors and black, at, $1.00 per y&
. JSe^na, gnitingn. C?!O2S and black; at vliw per yard.
; Chinen JioiUbs^is^ ce?sss ^d ??'?b?f, ai S?.?? ?su $1.25 per yard, "
SHk Down, In colora siv? black, Rfc 61.25 per yard.
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Henriettas a/c ?xtaemely Ety?ith-we have them in black and colora at |
?1.00 imd $1.6^ per yard. :'?-: \ ^\ ~ ? ;
Bl ack Worsted Suiting?-a swell fab?ic~-at75c and $1.00 per yard.
Genuine French Flannel, plain at 50c, embroidered at 75c yard.
Are swell and stylish and very much in> evidence. " Yon should by ali mean?
?ea our line bf Plaid Wai?tiage from 60c to $1,00,par ysird.
Has kag been cur ptt We baye always takeh special C5re !? ?u?eethsg ?ur
Black Goode, but it appeals io us that we have never been so. successful be?,
.'foie,? In our jn?gai?nt our BlackJOre?s Gooda Department ia one of real
xn'erit, o?e that ?ny-Store,- large ?r imall, might be proud of. .be have been
.careful to select Goods of Qu?Hiy as well aa Style,
Arefcexe, and include the new Vesting Braids, Embroidered S?ecta, with
' . Cl'il^ "^by lriftiiT ? and Ddchcsse i^cee from 50a tot?^ pey y^?.'-?^S?|
Alto, that ara .-dualen'
?Iraost ?very ga?ai :
Ja sljfj^ ss invited, t^lnspeei it Honorable
WEDNESDAY* OCT. ll, 1905.
YHB COr?QH KAXKST.
G ood Middling-fit!
E. B. Sice, of Belton, was in tue city
J. H. Sanders, of Bordeaos, waa in
Hon. I. H. McCalla, ofLownde&i'
ville, waa in tile city Monday. , J
Mrs. M. E. Kec*e is emending the
week with her daughters in Atlanta.
?. E. Seybt left for Augusta yes
terday morning on a short business
Thia section was visited by a slow
steady rain yesterday which all were
glad to see.
Mrs. M? E. Johnson, of Walhalla, ia
visiting her, daughter, Mrs. J. E.
M re. G. H. Strader has returned to
Savannah after a visit of several
weeks in the city, \
Hon. liewa W. Dorran, of Green
ville, anent Friday in the city on pro
fessional business. '
Miss Mary Gantt bas returned to
her home in Pendleton after a visit to
friends in the city.
The fair in Augusta during the past
week attracted a good many visitors
from the city and county.
Mr, and Mrs. 8. B. Crayton, of Char
lotte, have been spending a few days
in the city with relatives.
The Brown Hardware Company is
erecting a large and commodious
warehouse on Depot street.
sirs. 5W. 1. irB?iv?i who has been
visiting relatives in the city, hna re
turned to ber home in Savannah.
Mr. Leo Stribling, of Westminster,
has accepted a position as stenograph
er v/i th tao Citizens Insurance Agency*
Dr. W. H. Sherard, of Iva, a recent
graduate in dentistry, has located at
Pelzer for the practico of his-profes
sion.". ? ?
Judge Geo; E. Prince left the first of
the week for Charleston,, where he goes
to preside over the regular term of
court in that city.
J. J. FretweH. and B? F. Mould i u
have gone co Washington to attend
the annual convention of the American
Mrs. I*. M. Torry and Miss Sarah
Cunningham, who nave been spending
tno summer in Anderson, bave return
ed to their home in Mexico.
Mrs. Hary Ular has gone to Bishop
ville to visit her brother, Rev. Hugh
R. -Murchison, ; who is saw/ pastor ot
the Bresby terian church there.
The protracted meeting that is being
held by - Rev. S. T. Cree?* at the Orr
iu ni Method io t; church will close iaesct
Sunday night. Much .good is being
At the ' annus! meeting of tho direc
tors of tho Arcadia cotton millo in
Spartanbnrg a few days ago Dr, Henry
A. Ligen, a former Anderson man, waa
re-elected president and treasurer?
Tbere will commence a series bf
nieetif.ta at Voronnes Church ca next
Hnisttay, 14th inst,,, eonduefrd by
SeV. xx, C. rennel. " F reaching ' oh
Sabbath, after which - the sacrament
.01 the LcrdTe Supper will bo adminis
tered. " ,"' > .J
The fall term of the Court of Com
mon Pleas will convene Monday
morning at 10 o'clock, with Judge
Chas.- G. Danteler presiding. Tifie
calendnr contains a long list of caeca
for trial, and m is probable that: the
conrt Will be in session for two weeks
or more, v .' :miF
v Arthur Hunter, the. Starr negro who
snot ; his wife some weeks ago, has
surrendered to the authorities: and Ja,
now out ? on bond pending his trial .at
the next session ; of court.,' ?The
wounded woman is fast recovering
from her injuries, and in all probabil
Tho mnn-iage of Miss Ttfabel Browny
of Bolton, and Mr. H. Reid Sherard,
of iva, will take, place at noon today
in the;> Baptist church at Belton. Af
ter the ceremony 'they will-, take a
bridal trip and thais go tb Iva to make
their home. Mr. Sherard is cashier of
the Bank iva. : #.$;\[ .; .
With the approach'of cobler weather
?ocal trade is increasing, and tho mer
chonta are expecting a busy fall and
winter; season. The ci ty ; has reached
Shat stage in its growth -where the
and-the dally voiume'of 'trade is il
Mr*. W. W. Robinson is visiting
relatives in Columbia.
Mrs. N. B. Sullivan has returned
from a visit to relatives fn Atlanta and
The Secretary of the State has grant
ed a charter to the Piedmont Dry
Gooda Ccmpany. The concern is
capitalised at $4,000.
Cadets J. B. and W. D. Simpson,
Charllo Pent and Hewlett Sullivan,
of denison College, spent Saturday
and Sunday in the city.
Mr. W. C. Smith, chief of the Arc
department, has been elected delegate
to attend the State Fireman's Aaec
ciatl.in which meets iu Columbia dn.:
in# Fair week.
A "country dane?" will be given at
the Buena Vista Park Fridav night.
The music will be furnished hy Jack
Calhoun, an expert negro fiddler and
otbera of his eqnal. The affair will no
doubt attract a large crowd, especially
Air. P. L. Barr who has purchased*
the stock of shoes of Davis & Daniel
offers tho entire stock at remarkably
low prices, in order to make room for
his stock of droga which will soon ar
rive. 1 * you want a bargain in shoes
don't fall to see him. Look up his ad
vertisement in Another column.
Tho annual meeting of stockholders
of the Anderson and Broun cotton
mills was held yesterday ral all the
old officers and directors wew re-elect
ed. The officers of both mills aro: J.
A. Brock, president; R. E. Liaon. vice
president a?d treasurer; C. J. Brock,
secretary. Only routine business was
transacted at tho meeting.
Irritations have been received iu
the citv to the marriage of Misa Elea
nor Wardlawvof^Seneca, and Rev.
Logan W. W n??uy, o?! Snsbee, Ari
zona. M?BsWardlaw is a daughter ot
Hov. Columbus Wardlaw, who for
merly lived in Andersen. She has
boen a frequent visitor to the city and
hes many friends hero who will extend
heartiest wishes* The ceremony will
taso plac? afc Eeueea nest Wednesday
afc high noon.
Tho Intelligencer acknowledges tba
receipt of a handsomely illustrated
booklet- '. Wln*ton-8al?m," which has
just been published under the direc
tion of tho board of trade of that pro
jtressive city. Tba publication gives a
fall sketch of the city's financial and
industrial.' enterpriser with nnmerous
and splendid illustrations. The vol
ume was prepared partly nuder the
direction of L. F. Norryce, formerly of
this city, wbo is now editor of the
Winston-Salem Journal. :
Lieut.' Newton A. Mc Cul ly sails
today from Liverpool for the United
States.- At the beginning of the war
between Russia and Japan he was de
tailed by the navy department, to ob
serve the manoeuvres in the East and
be has been in ninny dun po ron s situa
tions. He was with the Russian army
during the famouo siege of Port Ar
thur. ;Uphn returning to his native
land h? will Teport at the navy depart
ment and will then probably visit his
mother Und other relatives in * the
Rev. O. J. Cartledge; pastor of the
'First Presbyterian Church of '?his city,
has received a call fromtbs Presbyte
rian chnrcb at Chester? which he has
tinder: advisement. - Af, a meering of
the congregation Smaday : morning
unanimous ; action Was taken asking
him to remain w i th tho church hero.
At the night service Mta Cartledge
warmly thanked the congregation, and
announced that Jifa decision would be
governed b> hie doty to his Master.
The people ef the city generally unite
with the eas*rogation ia wish that this
earnest prsse?or and por ular gentle
man remain ia ?io pr?tent work, where
ho baa aceeiepMshed no much good.'
The Asdersoa Couaiy Fair, v <
The secondannual County ? *ir will
begin next Tuesday, the 17th, con?
tinning-for three days, The director?
and those particularly interested bave
employed everf effort to make the fair
-a. success, and thoir good work de
cor voa the nearly cupporfc and encour
agement of the people of the city and
The exhibits will inolnde a display
of tho agricultural und munnfacturing
resource* of tho county, besides the
iftt?? cattle and horses on exhibition.
The races will be an attractive fea
ture, aa they were laet year. It has
been suggested that a permanent coun
ty exhibit ; be collected froih the ex
hibits At the fair: next week; ,TWi
will probably -be done, in which event
it W?U be sentto the State Fair in Co.
lumbla -few days later. No botter
[.advertisement of the county's splen
did resources could be made than s
w^l arranged and representative ex,
tThe/pr?miuni list already pnblished
contains some - liberal prises which
should secure a geed number of en
day ? cwt at the Fair will
be well worth the time and attention
of.any cit?een of' tho county, and thc
attendance abosad be large ac d en thu .
elastic. : . ; -\ \:-- ?. -
Bcctlo? ?a November.
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Tho election to till the vnc.ncy in
the legislature from the county has
boen ordered by speaker Smith ot the
House ot Representatives, leaving the
date to be Used by the County Centrais
elonore of election. It will take place
acme time io November. Under the
sgreeuseut roached some time ago the
election on the question of "dispen
sary" or "no ^Jspeneary" will be or
dered by County Supervisor Jackson
on the same day. Before ordering
tho election, the attovuey general
has been asked through the
count5 attorney?. Bonham & Watkins,
for his construction of th*; law in re
gard to tho apfaoiutmenfc of managers
of election, lt is the desire of the
Supervisor to remove all doubt as to
tho validity of the elfcctiou. The mill
people will be given a full opportunity
to participate in the elections, and for
other reasons Saturday will be a good
day to bring out a representative
The tight on the dispensary has
beeu waged quietly in this county.
When the opponent i of the system or
ganized tc secure a vote' on the dis
pensary issue, it was thought beet to
push the tight quietly but aggressive
ly, and to avoid any campaign which
might stir up old feelings of bitterness.
The petitions were circulated during
the summer, and signatures to tho ,
number of 2,700 were obtained. To ,
satisfy themselves and tho county
supervisor that at least one-tourth of 1
the qualified voters had signed tho
petitions, tho central prohibition com- I
mittee undertook tho difficult task of
comparing the names on the petitions
with the registration books. The re
sult was convincing beyond a doubt.
More than the necessary number have
signed, and the conditions of the Brice !
act have been ?ullilled.
It is now with the voters of ?nder
eon County to say whether or not they
wish to retain tue disnensary system,
They are naturally inclined to the
Support of any measure to restrict tho
sale of liquor, aud when it comes to a
question of passing upon a corrupt and I
graft-onrsed monopoly nf its sale by
tho State, can the result be in doubt?
A corporation capitalized at half a I
million dollars and merging into one
organization a cumber of warehouses
waa formed in Columbia last week.
It includes the Farmers1 Warehouse of
this city, of which R. E. Ligon is
president. ' Tho State of the 7th inst,
thus speaks of its organization:
"The Standard Warehouse Company
of South Carolina was organized last
night. The capitalization will be
The directors elected last night were:
Gov. D. C Heyward, E. A. Smyth, of
P?heer] L. W. Parker and W. E. Beat
tie, of Greenville; R. E. Lig?n and J.
A.- Btook, of Anderson! J. KV. Durst, of
Greenwood; E. W. Robertson and Au
gust Kohn, of Columbia.
The directors will meet in Green
ville next Wednesday to elect officers.
Tho headquarters will be in Columbia
and all reports will bo sent from the
other warehouses to the headquarters.
Thia company has acquired the
Standard .warehouses at Greenville,
Columbia, Anderson aud Greenwood,
the aggregate capacity hoi nf? 16,000
bales. Them &?e ssis a aeson mill j
?residents on the board of directors,
t is said to be the intention of tho
company to establish warehouses in
other parts of the State."
?- >nm t rn* -r
Line From Andersen to EasJey.
The corporators of the Anderson
?nd Easley Electric railroad have ap
plied to the Secretary of State for a
charter. The capital stock will be
9100,000 divided into 1,000 eharea of
the par raine of ?100 each. The cor
porators named .? the application for
? commission are: R. Frank Smith of
Kesley, J. J. Fretwell of Anderson,
Tucker, C. L. Guyton, J. M.
ag, J. B. Spearman, A. C. Webb,
. W. Sj Mauldln and L. R. Watson of
the County* ? . V. .
Surveyors nave been employed to
survey the rente, and they will begin
work at once; The proposed line
travers?e a fine section of country,
most of which is remote from a rail
road. The matter has been agitaWd
for many months, and the promoters
are very enthusiastic in undertaking
what they consider an important and
?. V. Andersen's Colton Receipts.
The cotton receipts for Anderson op
to the close bf last week were 6,047
bales: for the saine date .last year?
4,061 bales bad been marketed. Cot
ton is earlier this fall than it was last
season, aud this in conjunction with
the favorable prices prevailing ac
counts for the comparatively 1 arco
lalee. The crop is:short this year,
but hov? much no one can accurately
tell until tho receipts are all in.
. While the : larger portion of tho crop
ta being marketed by the farmer's,
ranch of it ia being held back for a
higher price. Hts estimated by con
eervativo cotton men that about one
third of the crop is being kept off the
market? and nnleas there ia a material
advance in price it will be held for
several months. ? v
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WE MEAN THE
Promising to eclipse any County Fais:
Of couxee, you are interested in your own ?owxtj, in
your own, in your neighbor's progress, in his exhibit*, sn his
dfibrts, in his sons, in his daughters, in your own, if jen&ave
Of course, you will compete for the best appearas&?, fe*
the best of everything you may have. Well, to ma&? tMs
story short, we have the best selected stock of
Ever shown under one roof by any house
in this city.
Will never cause dissatisfaction, for we are Headoiiaafert
for everything in LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR art?elem.
Neither will you have any trouble in finding tb? sise
color, quality or design wanted,
Before sizes are broken and the best styles selected*..
Jlilui) iluiul ubiuuuiiif,
North side Court Square, two doors Saat of Farmesaaa? Mer
chants Banfe, Anderson, S. C.
IP you really want the T?ry belt Seed Oat.\tjhat hailba^
put os tie market thia seaton, and one that bears the endorsecnen?
pf Oicmitn College as to freedom from Johnson Grata, coin* te??
or ecrd us jcur orders and you sball not ba diiappointed.
me Bid Butt Proof Oats of a good, weighty quality fare irejw;
tcarce thia eeaton and bald to get, Of course there. wjU; he*aw
. there alway? hat been, come people who will* onTr' yett a" geixu&BS>
. Bcd Bust Proof Oat at a lotter price than we shall ask you. %r
oura, but we wain you that you will take dangerous chances ?7,
you Uy io economize on euch an,important item as Seed Oat?
Tko'difference ia not dough to justify the risk, and if you at?
wlee you will sot fool with the cheap aeed. If you want tito
eh'cap teed and arehelbent on buying them, we can Bupp?y wa
with-them. (We aell them for feeding purposes, but they,as?.,'
equal to many so-called Seed Oats now on the market.)
> If there ia in your nature that whick demands th? very hzs?
J a ad will take nothing lett, and wll} not atand for any deteriora ?
^ ti on,' nor be eon tent with mediocrity ; if you appreciate ::CenaUsev Ja
S nonest ? florie to ronqoer the heights of exce?lenco in the rnilliag j?
p of homet Flour, we commend i o y our highest favor anea conai?a-, ?rn
p ration our old, reliable, true and tried BEAK'S PATEESE* '%
b F LO?B. Bot If you are satisfied with the cheap and aaocfffc, 2*
^ the boichtd ?s<l s?oy???j, if yen are not particular ?houa W
J! quality bjf what you eat nor the taate of. it.if you ar? not ?if*ma*- ?
P i neting and aie coment to eat just anything that ia Wn'iiteS J
> "Patent" or "H^Pefta^ %
I i Patent, for yp*4 cart boylomelhing e?ee that will suit your BS?rp*> 5p
p ice jcat aa well cud a ffreat deal cheaper. There ,is nothing lita ?9
l o ultivating the habit of dem anding fonly ihe beet, and if you w?? <#
I do thia you.Hill always get DEAN'S PAJPEN?\ and tkeseay 9
fr preserve the peace and dignity if you* household. 5a
I BEttER COME TO DAY
TMs Blg'S?lef at the Ff Ices we are Making, ts Braw
Hothing but th? Boat ia Footwear. V
Remember, everything BEBUCEB, \
^ ot??X u
make room for- T\ , * - *w
??l^ NEW' ^A?RMAG Y.
p'tv ? ?ATIS & BANIEL8 S?^OE STORE.