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lu order to reduce our S toc'* by January 1st, 1906, wo
liave decided to cut price;? ou -
v/fl carry the largest e'ook in any of the above-named
Articles, guaranteeing o uv prices to be right.
North side Court Square, two doors East of Farmers and Mer
chants Baak, Anderson, S. C,
25 Per Cent
V^v/CA.? V> ?V_* ?L-l. JL UO
.A_ncL CliiIdLreii5s Ooetts,
FROM NOW UNTIL THE HOLIDAYS.
We desire tr* elose out this a took at once, BO if you need
anything from this lino better come quick before yo .ir size
$1.00 Coate at ??c. $5.00 Coats at $3.75.
$8.00 Coats at $6.00. $ ' 0.00 Coats at $7.50.
$19.50 Coats at $9.38. $15.00 Coats at $11.25;
And prices in between.
Also, big reduction on all MILLINERY.
Make your bills in these departments and save money
for other holiday goods that you wouldn't have saved other
Ea Delving daily nsw Notions and Novelties for your
gifts. Something hsro for every member of the family.
Stop in whenever y ou are in town.
Always glad to have you.
v. i; \?<
/P?RT?^ baying ^aimB fot B?le will find ii ^
largest Beal Estato Broker Associations in tho United States, I am
prepared torresan pr?sp?jcilve pu re?a abura tfburougaoiii ino(OT?w?_'w?^^^
try; tiiet?by insnrin^^Ur prices, and quicker aalos tban when en- ,
.np .cn*ujp?; xor - so* ?*v?so. ?,W?f?8Of??&&?.?;?)?? ^?f.'^ft'^y^'-'i ' ' ??M i?ra?S?**
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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1905.
The Melliodist Conference.
Thu annual Conference of tho
M. E. Clim eli, South, closed its session
in Spnrtuiiburg lust Monday, it was
presided over by Bishop Chandler.
Tlie following !ii" tho appointments
for tho Anderson JJialiict:
H. Herbei t Jones, presiding older.
Anderson, St. John-K. S. Trues
AudeiKon, Wi st End-W. E. Wig
Anderson, ( Hi-ville-S. T. Creech.
An treville-C. L. McCain.
Donalds-J. E. Beard.
Lowudesville-lt. W. Halber.
i/cCoruiick-J. K. McCain.
Mt. Carmel-lt. C. Boulwnre.
Pelsur-G. E. Edwards.
Pendleton-S. W. Henry.
Siitri-J. ?V. nun vj/.
Seneca Circuit-O. M. Abney.
To wilvil le-D. A. Lewis.
Walhalla-E. S. Jones.
Weat minster-G. T. Harmon, Jr.
Willinmstou Circuit-To bo sup
Williamston and Helton-J. W. El
Program of Uniou Meeting, Distri-1
No. 2, Saluda Association to be he.
with Eureka Church Dec. '?0 and 31.
Saturday, ll a. m.-Introductor
sermon M. M. McCuen, alternate, '.<.
Adjourn 1 hour for dinner.
First Subject; "How should we as
Christians spend Thanksgiving and
Christmas days?" Speakers, W. T.
Tate and A. D. Woodie.
Second Subject: "What should bo
tho Christian's attitude towards a
Blind Tiger?" Speakers, Dr. J. W.
Perry and J. T. Mann.
Sunday 10 a. m.-Sunday School
Roll call and organization.
Address by B. F. Martin, Missionary
serra OD by W. T. Tatr, alternate, M.
L. E. Campbell,
J. A. Shirley,
Z. E. Batentine,
A Visit to Hones Path.
Editor Hugh Wilson, of the Abbe
ville Press and Banner, recently visit
ed dome of his relatives near Hones
Path, and in writing of hie trip in the
last issue of his paper he says:
"At Honea Path onr friend. Mr.
Thoa. J. Clatworthy, was kind indeed.
A big heart, and a good horse and
buggy, sent us on the road to the
home of my kindred. Mr. Clatworthy
is of Scotch descent, and you know
that ali Scotohmen are at least cous
ins in kinship are fast friends asso
"My nephews and nieces, sons and
daughters nf the late James A. Bigby,
were living in the old homestead,
where their parents died several years
ago, leaving them of tender age to en
ter battle life and to face the duties of
life. White they are not rich ?in this
world's goods, yet they aro rich in
those qualities of character which
makes their uncle .very proud of them.
A bountiful harvest and a good p
had given them an abundant yield,
and being blessed in basket and in
atore, their good hearts and good
spiritB were very gratifying.
'/Jr. John Kay, who married a niece
in this family had recently bought a
farm not distant from the depot. .And
Mr. Marvin Bigby. a nephew, has built
b neat cottage intfca town to whioh he
expects to move his younger sisters
and brothers. This house and lot we
believe is about paid for."
Dad Treatment By City Council.
Mr. Editorv- A vigorous complaint is
being made' by people who live on the
first block of Marshall Avenue on ao
count of the treatment they have re
ceived nt the bands of tho City Coun
cil. These people have been trying
for a long while to secure water for
.domestic onrnoRes, their wells being in
a low, Hat part of the city and strictly
unfit for drinking narcoses at all, but
so far have not. succeeded. Several
tuon tb B ago the City Council Skipped
this block, which has more houses oh
it than the second block, and, put
water and sewerage both on the second
block. In. putting sewerage on the
second block it was necessary to dig
down about 80 or more feet, and this
has proved the most costly sewerage
work the Council baa yet tackled. But
the block that waa skipped is low and
would not have cost the city scarcely
anything in comparison with che sec*
ond block. One gentleman living on
this street wishes to erect at once some
nice houses for rent and cannot dd so
until he gets water, tor ho could not
nae the well water atoll.
He stetes further that the reason
they "have bren neglected and water
and sewerage both pat in on the second
. block was on account of a brother of a
councilman who has a good deal of land
,oh the second block. ? .' .
The Cate of the Richey Boy*.
Meeting of Executif Board.
Tho Executive Hoard o? tho Saluda
Association will hold its meeting nt
Kelton on Thursday, 21st inst., at ll
a. m. Let every member be present.
Churches asking appropriations from
State Mission Hoard will tile applica
tions with tho Secretaiy, T. T. Wake
field, OT witu tiio chairman.
Now. will the. little fellow be satis
fied? liv) has asked until his throat
ached, "When is Christmas? How
lungf How many dnye?" .
Christmas is here!
Santa Claus is busily oiling his
wheels-or perhaps urging new liipo
tus to his automobile-or should MIOW
visit us Santa shall arrive in gilded
equipage of sleigh und reindeer.
Tiio holly dusters are collecting
reddest, and most fascinating; the
inystlMtoe hoi* K h s from their Drind?c?t
saneeuuis aro preparing to shed magi
cal graces upon the home of palace or
cottage; indeed, nil nnture seems in
tent upon an event that shall bear
with it happiness and good will.
in the mystical Anno Domini called
tho Year of our Lord, tho event then,
was His birth. Nature, by symbolism
and prophesy, had prepaied the way.
Gifts und rejoicings were in the air
and in people's hearts, and were sane
tilled, by their presence in the Divine
These some customs como to ue to
day, livery homo wherein peace, good
will and Christian rejoicings aie held
is a divine home.
City and county alike throb with ex
pectation. Bells, services and each
manner o? iruinpeteering devised by
child or his elders form the newest art
to declaim the arrival of the event.
Celebrations of whatever nature are
usually attended by a feast, and
Christmas seems to excel all others,
because of the interest taken by the
entire family from babe to grandsire.
There is a separation of detail and un
derstanding iu looking into the pala
tial home but let ns glance into the
warm-hearted, open-door con tinco of
the country. The farmer who, per
haps, knows best cf all the world
what heart and home is.
Here strong hands have rolled in
the huge log, where from its broad
fireplace it will crackle and leap in
welcome glow, pine knots are conven
ient, and the housewife has scoured
and. polished until the home looks
bright as hor good countenance. She
has ordered from butcher and grocer,
and the array of feathered tribe at her
command, and the u teasels that make
them of interest now, all lend an air
of activity to her propitious proceed
The rosiest apples have come into
the home, blondest oranges, the ripest
lemons, raisins, onrzants, and lusoious
confections that bespeak sweets for
the sweet. Her table linen, chins;
silver, and lamps all vie with each
other in their excellence and order,
and as she goes about glad and
thoughtful, she only feels how ex
quisite is tho occasion that brings the
feast the surrounding of the loved ones
when they simd gatner ot her board
"That all softening, overpow'ring
The tocsin of the soul-the Dinner
As to the cook in this great event
who shall speak: hex praises? A phi*
"To roast some beef, to carve a joint
To boil up sauce and to blow the lire,
ls any holly's task; he who does this
?e but a seasoner and broth-maker;
A cook is quite another thing. His
Must comprehend all facts and circuru
Where ia tho place, and what tho timo
for supper; ;
Who are the gnesis, and who tbo en
ter t JUD cr*
What tish ho' ought to boy and where ,
to bay it." -
In olden days ?. ? nat was so ox pou
sive that ene fen Rt-a dinner given by
the Greeks to Xerxes--nearly impov
erished the people, und dinner and
euDper both would totally ruin the
city. . ? ? >:d> ;v .. . % : .? ,. : ??? m
Our feasts, are simple and we only
want the blessing and the romem*.
brance of the needy at this season that
our hearts may know: "Ho than giveth
to the poor, len dot h to the Lord." .
. . "? : B. RX,
Mrs.'James Barton died at her homo
near Broyles Saturday. Mrs. Barton
leaves a huCiand and : children, a als??
ter, Urs. S. A, Wooton, two'brothers,
Dock Wright, of Sooeco. and Tom
Wright, of Indiana. Funeral services
were conducted at Oakdale ; Banday
afternoon by Rev. Wv B. Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke MoCarlev, from
Anderson, visited relatives hero Su a -
aj5iBS Riley, who is tench"*Double
Springy spent Sunday with Prof. and
mrs. Riley. , '., . ' <j . ... ; j
Westminster, were the gnoa inf ; W ; N.*1
: Woolbright Sunday. ' ' ^ f-;"
. Mrs. Fannie Baldwin was buried at
tho Baptist Church Tuesday. ,
James McCarley has been sick the
. past '.'Week. ; '-v '^?'^?-^/'?:;'^^,;?;^V??V
; Winfield Sharp spent : Saturday and
Sunday with bis uncle, J. 'Pi l?edbet
tor" Miss Ovftl?ne Si^ returnawith
Mes?rS 'J?D^l?on^ ?lcigp?at?s
have gone to Starr ia tho interest of
the Staudard sewing ^n^Mne/r^tn^
Fair Play Sunday. .
?? ? . \y ?ansy.
v, : Tho' ann na! $" meet! n? of '.'ijs* .; itfoiim&. j
Bpatd of Commisalonera for And?, ion
uruaty wm be hold m. th* mWiUs&4
offlce in the Coart Hou?.e. on Thuriday,
the 4lb day. of January, 1W0, at 10 o'clock
Any anV^ tfat%
pgainat the County of Anderson ?re re
quired bylaw to present th*in . propev.ly >
Cyinfc of Famine,
is. In Us tormente, liku dying of con
sumption. Tho progresa of consumption,
from tho beginning to too very end, tn
a long torturo, both to victim and friend?.
"When I bad tho ooiiRuruptton ia its
firBt Btage," writes Wm. Myora, of
Ceo r foes, Mi., "after trying different
medicines ano: a ?cod doctor, in vain, I
at Just took Dr. King's Now Discovery,
which quickly and perfectly cured me.
Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs,
cold?, ?oro throat, bronchitic, etc. Posi
tively piovouts pneumonia. Guaranteed
at Orr, Gray & Co's, drug etorc, price
50c and 81.00 a bottle. Trial bottles free.
There will bo a nubile Hale at :ho resi
dence of the lato J. M. Glonn, deceased,
at Equality, 6?. C., on Dec. 18. 1005, at 10
H. m., Much aa household and kitchen
MONEY TO LOAN for homo clients
on easy terms.
Bim pf on <fe Hood, Attorneys.
A Ead Scare.
Somo day you will JJ;et a bad scare,
whoo you feel a pain in your bowels,
and lear Appendicitis. Safety Iles in Dr.
King's New I/fo Pills, a Buro cure, for
?ll ??.1 -i I - s
H.. ^>S..U. ...... UlOPIOimi OU'OU Lil
headache, btiUousnea*, couti veuoss, oto.
Guaranteed at Orr, Gray & Co'e. drug
?toro, only 25c. Try them.
L. & M. Paint; Lead and Zinc. Wears
10 or 15 years. Baven paint bille.
L. <fc M. costa about ?1.20 per gallon.
Bold by F. B. Crayton, Andereon, 8. C.;
F. E. Horton, Lowodpsville, H. ft: T. O.
Jackson, Iva, S C ; W. W. Griffin. Pel
zer, 8. C.; F. L. Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
When yon want a good Razor, Pocket
Knife or pair of Scissors, mak? your par.
chRBe from Sullivan Hdw. co. This firm
bas the largOBt assortment of these goods
ever biougbt to this market.
It was a huge task, to undertake the
onre of such a bad case of kidney dis
ease, as that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee,
Ia., but Electric Bitters did it. He
write?: "My kidneys were so far gone,
I could not oit on a chair without a
cushion; and suffered from dreadful
backache, headache, add depression. In
Electric. Bit:era, however, Ifound o euro,
and by them was restored to perfect
health. I recommend this great ' tout?
medicine to all with weak kidneys, liver
or stomach." Guaranteed by Orr, Gray
Sc Co., druggist; price 50?.
When in in need of building material
Nails, Looks, Butts, Hinges, tte, cali on
?ulllvon Hardware Co. Their assort- I
ment ls comp etc and their prices pleas- '
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for oil because
labeled mixed paint. : Oil only costs 60
cents ft gallon. Buy Ii. & M. Paint, and
add oil. Ie makes paint cost ?i,2? a gal
lon. Sold bvF. B. Crayton, Anderson, '
S. O ; E R. Horton, Liowndesville, 8. C.;
T. C. Jackson, Ivs, 8. C.; W. W. Griffin,
Pelzer, 8. C ; F. h. Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
Bingle Barrel Breech-Loading Shot
Guns galore. AU of tho highest grade
Guos-^NImroUs," Remingtons." "Har-. ,
ringtou & Richardson's," "Hopkins and
Allen's," "Iver-Johnson's," "eleven's,*'
?fcc, are carried by Sullivan Hardware
Co. Call on them and get just whatyOn ;
want. ? *..
10,000 chumb?s painted with L. it XI,
Paint In 1904. L. & M. coats 51.20 gsUoD.
Sold by F. B. Crayton, Anderson, .8. C.;
E. R. Horton, Lowndeaville, 8. C.; T. C.
Jackson, Iva, S. O.; W. W. Griffin. Pel- f?
zer, 8. C.; F. L. Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
No Secret About lr,
It is noeeoret, that for .-.Ont** Burns*,
Ulcers, Fever Borea, Sure Eyes, B^Us, ;
etc. nothing is so effective aa Backten'? i
Arnica Salve. "St didn't take long to I
cure a bad sore I had, and it isaR o.? K? J
! for sors ~ys5,". mxitea D L. Giegory, of ; ?
Hope, Tex. 2?3 at Orrf Gray 4* Oo's> \
dfuK ?t?ir?. "
The store of Salli van Hardware Coi,
popularly known aa "Sportsman's Heatf
I o naners," is heavily stocked with Gnns, ?
Ammunition, Haming Clothing, Ac
f he First Requisite of Beauty.
The first rcqtfisite of beauty is a clear |
' esmplesi??Sc - .Xsss^ivs- ?=?^.
! Syrup oleara a sallow. bielchsd comV
plosion as lt stimulates the liver ?and
bowels, and the eyes become bright and
I olear. You owe it to your friends to
i taite it If your complexion ia bad, Orino .
; Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate
I or gripe and ls very pleasant to take.
Refu?e HUbtt?tutes: Evans Pharmacy,
Doctors C&uld Mst Help Ker.
"I had kidney trouble,; for years,"
Writes Mrp. Raymond Connor, of Shel
ton, Wash.,.' and the doctora could not ;
'help me. I tried Foley?? Kidney Core,
end.tho very firat dose gove mc relief cad -
1 am now onred. 1 cannot say. too much
for Foley's Kidney Cdr?.'n to^
d?eeased kidneys "soundno they will oil
m?nate tho poisons fjfom the bfor?; '?Ttf* i
lees the? ;do this, gyyod health is loo.poa- .
Bjble. EYW^pu^^x?::.': -0si.^J^. I
There has been.euoh a heavy domcud
for Oliver Chilled Plo wo thia season that
tho cap* city of the factory h aa been tax ed
beyond HQ limit; for thia reason Sullivan
Hardware ,C >; have not been abie>$a
keep in ?took Rome of tho moat popular
65359, This XCorppany ha?,, however,
just: received another car-load of.theaa
celebrated Plows and can now furnish
farmers with the alz? Of them that they
U Grippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia Often follows Ia grippe but
never foUowa th? use of Foley'a - HiOney
and Tar. lt cures la gripp?; coughs
?reventa pneumon?a and cwaQDoptloOi
f-aiw* anv anb?iltnt?: offiwtA..; -Sir- G,
writes r "My wife had ..asevere.?ea?^
la grippe threevvyja^iM^Aodltrlerf her
with ?^rrtbteoou?h.S'Sbo tried a JbotUo
of JS'dl?y'a; Hdnsy^ ?nd. Tar and U ?AV?;
. ber ocugh'entii^^,',^
Evans #fca*m*cy? ?t?f?gBm ' g 1 M
Bulllvao Hardware Go's. ? Cole" Grain
Prto?; at ?bfoh'.tih.???^?^?^W^
every farmer to purchase them.
, ?O?S?O DUitribolor t"
.. ^t?es aro,? in every
r?orlo ?ny Other slml!|M?:str]aii?
ilwanttwptnrea ; ..-If . you. :*mm.
-...-i-; ic? comparison others
I ^ Cutest ?tomai?li ?
BALTIMORE. - NEW YORKI
lr?E WANT" TC
Like fordon to see the Garments' we are showing for
' ^ $7.60, ? . '.? -,
?.. ?2.50, ::-...v: 'if
' /. v And up.
Yon will like them. Everything aboutthem will appeal .
o you readily. -