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THE NEW YEAR will
Find Us with a Clean, Discriminating
and Complete Line ci'
Men's Furnishing Goods !
E? ? flMSJP^ Madf in Syracuse. N . Y
j_Hado ?n Syracuse. "N.Y. I
Our line of NECKWEAR includes the newest styles and
colors-all in rich Silk fabrics-in Four-in-Hands, Ascots,
a^d Puff Scarfs,
Colored and White-Plain and Pleated Bosoms. l^:>lgga?
All colors and sizes. Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs,
Mufflers and umbrellas. A full line sizes, style0 and colors
of the best $3.00 HAT on the market-HAWES.
Mee these lines before buying.
SE & BOLT
The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Mest door to Farmers and Merchants Bank.
-ASE MADE IN AIL THE
Single or Double Breasted.
Single or Doubreasted
Top Goats, Etc.
If you wish to be clothed in the latest styles drop in and
take a look at "Eclipse", garments! You cannot do better,
and ?e price will suit yon.
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WE have move a our Shop and office below Peoples' Bask, in front o?
?tty Roofing 4ono,or any kind ci Impair work, Engine Stacks, Evaporatore,
orany kind of Ti? OT Gravel Roofing to call on us.aa we are prepared todo
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 190C.
Mrs. Carri? Lou/*, who live? with
her hon at tho Orr mills, went down
into Varen nea Township a fow days
ago to visit lier brother, E. Bankin
Hali. In attempting to get ont of tho
buggy upon her arrival at her brother's
home alie accidentally fell and was
seriously injured. She waa picked up
and curried into the house and has
been helpless and speechleBB evor
since, arni lier loved mes aro expect
ing her death ut any time. Mrs. Long
liuH niuiiy friends and relatives in the
lower section of tho county and all of
them will be pained to learn of her
The Columbia State ol vesterday
says: "Mr. E. Marion HUCKC/, Jr., of
Anderson, arrived in the city yester
day, and tomorrow will be sworn in as
a meru her of the general assembly.
Mr. Bucker has served in the house of
representatives before and dropped
out three y narc airo when he wz,a a
candidate for congrean. He 'Sonics
back as the eucceaaor of Judge Geo. E.
Prince. Yesterday Mr. Racker stated
that his personal opinion has been that
the dispensary is the beat solution of
the liquor queotion, but he is now con
vinced thur tho State diapenaary
should be wiped out and the countiea
left to their discretion in Bottling the
liquor question." _ou** IMO
The City Council has purchased a
new hose wagon for the lire depart
ment aud it ia expected to reach the
city thia week, lt will be used by the
Hough and Heady Company, which ia
composed of nome of the boat colored
citize?:B of the city, who are ever ready
and willing to do their duty when
their aervicea are needed. Anderson
now has a tire department that cannot
be excelled in any city in the South in
proportion to its strength, and the
Chief of the Department, W. Clarence
Smith, backed by the citv authorities,
is using every effort to further improve
it. The Departement cost the city last
year only $4,108 43, and no money that
the city apent was better invested.
Rev. D. W. Hiott, who has served
the l'ickens Buptisfc Church accepta
bly and well for the past two years,
has accepted calls to others churches
in thia and Anderson County, and left
PickenB Monday for bia home at Eaaley.
He is no stranger to his work or to the
people where he will reside, and hence,
he andhia excellent family need no intro
duct iou or commendation at our bAnds.
Ho ia a safe counsellor, true christian,
splendid preacher, noble man and
fearless fighter of evil in all of ita
guises, and always labors earnestly
and unceasingly for tho upbuilding of
the Master's Kingdom. It ie to be
hoped that thu Pickene church has not
acted unwise in letting Bro. Hiott
leave the charge.-PickenB Sentinel.
At the regular monthly meeting of
*he city council Tuesday evening a
letter was read from Dr. George E.
Cuughlin of Anderson in reference to
tke proposed inter-urban trolley sys
tem. A renewal of the franchise
granted by the council a year ago to
Mesera. Congi lin and Wilson waa ask
ed for, the council very readily granted
an extension of the sume. Dr. Cot-gh
lin makes mention of the work about
to begin on the line connecting Ander
son and Belton, and states that it is
the wish of the promoters to extend
the line to Greenville. Dr. Coughlin
will probably be in Greenville soon to
meot with the council and talk over
the matter. It is hoped that not a
great while will pass before the two
cities are connected by ao electric line.
In a recent issue of the Intelligencer
wewerein error instating that John
T. Green, of the Belton eeotion, had
been appointed Pension Commissioner
for Anderson County. This position 1B
held by W. T. McGill, who was legally
elected to it and who will be in the
County Auditor's office every Saturday
dining the month of January to re
ceive ^applications f uiiii p?* union et a
and miltie other arrange infill M id lo
fer enc? to the pensil n q if ai hm. Mr.
VIoG Ul will give every Hii**iili>ty pn**i
iuV to the duties'ot tht> oillct, aud
ihn?e who are interested in the pen?
hitint? whould call on him each Satur
dayaud arrange their business. The
County Board of Pensioners will meei
. n Salesday in. February to pass on
.irw applications, and ali the old pen
tinners must report to some member
i-f ?ho Board or their township com
i..:.'atoner on or before that date.
Will Ch ambleo, a negro convict,
made bia escape from the county
chaingnng last Sunday night, and car
ried oft' one of beat mules the county
owns. The gang is. working in the
Mountain Creek section, and when
the guard made his inspection at mid
night Chr.mblee, it was supposed, was
M cutely fastened in hie bunk in the
coin iura tent. On the next round,
?^m? or fonr boura later, the guard
did not see Chamblee, and ho noticed,
also that one of the gray mules waa
missing. Aa soon tea possible a search
ing party started out to look f or Ch sm
blee. Yesterday afternoon he was
seen a short distance north of the city
by two young men, who took after bim
and captured the mole. The negro
went into a swamp, and the officers
will no doubt got him before this is
read by our, readers. Thir. negro es
caped from the gang about a month
ago. but waa captured in a few daya by
Deputy Sheriff Scott.
Mrs. Nanoy Armstrong died at her
home in Varennes Township last
Thursday night, after a brief illness
due to the infirmities of old aae. Mra.
Armstrong was the widow of the late
John Armstrong, and before her mar
riage waa a Miss McCown. Sho was
in the 87th year of her age, and waa
born and reared and always Jived in
Anderson County. She lo survived by
one daughter, M re. W. J, Stevenson,
5f thia county, and two sister*. Mra.
amanda Brown, of this city, and Mrs.
Jane Geary, ot Georgia. In her young
womanhood Hr?. Armstrong joined
the Baptist Church and throughout
ber long life wis a devoted and con
sistent member. She Waa a moat ex ^
collent woman, and highly esteemed
by a wide circle of friends and rela
tives, who will longoherish her mem
ory . On Friday af ternoof i the remain*
were interred tn the Mountain Creek
Churchyard, Kev. W. B. Hawkins
conducting the funeral servies.
(QUICKEST A?*D BEST ROU YE.
, TJO Savannah, Waverow, Jackson ville
and all Florida pointe via Charleston ?fe
We a-ero Carolina nail w ??f.
; liv Anderson, daUy,....4,10 p. m.
Lv Augusta.10,80 p..ra*
Ar Pavanoab.....; ...........a. co. <
Ar WaycroB*,................6 05 a; tn;
,Ar Jack?onv?io......8.40 ?. m.
Through. Pullman Sierpmfc Oar Ser- i
Vi OC bet wean. Ad ?us ta and Jacksonville.
Round trip win ter tourist ? xcnralon
tl cfc eva to Florid* Rrs* rt a now on *??V,
Wv B Steel?, Jr., U. TVA;? Anderson,
8. G., Geo, T. Bryan, General Anent,
Greenville,4. Oytirowt - William*, ?enl
? Cela** G ?Uno Dl?trlbatora an^GraU? I
plement'or l?? U?aron ino market. They J
ar? ?ofd by So?>?v?n Harrt War* O??.
Tho hearts ot' the people of our town
wer? tilled with Badness on the 11th of
December, liior*. when we heard that
our dear old friend) Katherine Jordau
Wilson, had left UH and Rone to that
mansion that lu;r d<*ar Savior had in
readiness for her. Many werethetears
that were shed, for we felt that we
could bare spared any person in Wil
liatnstou bocter than Mrts. Wilson.
Our dear Fathe; noeded her or He
would not have it-Ken her. Karly in
life she became the stepmother of six
children, and tile untiring devotion
shown hei hy each enc cf these chil
dren whil'j she was upon her Meath
bed spoke volumes. Her own ab well
as her stepchildren can truly arise
and call her blessed. Her sorely be
reaved aud atllicted husband nys:
"She was faithful, truly faithful, to
me." She was a noble Christian wo
man. Those of us who were most in
timately associated with her could ap
preciate her most. Dr. Wister Wil
son and hi? motherless children have
the sympathy of our people.
Williauiaton, S. C., Jan. ?.
On December 31 death came to tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cowan
and took their darl'ng baby, Cecil,
aged sewn months.
For three long weeks tho little one
had been a great Butterer with pneu*
monia. Its little place can never be
lilied but the great God who overrules
all things knows what ?B best and baa
"Suiter little children to come unto
me and forbid them not, for of such io
tho Kingdom of Heaven."
It was laid to rest in tho cemetery at
Mt. Bethel Church, Kev. N. G. Wright
conducting the funeral services.
One Who Loved Him.
Jan. 8, 1.000.
?rn ? ?
A Camp of Woodmen of the World
was organized here recently. Quite
lot of our best citizens enrolled na
The Farmers1 Union had a well at
tended bu<dnesB meeting on the Oth
inst. Through the agency of this
union the farmers in this section have
been enabled to procure fertilizers at a
much lower ilguree than they could
Mr. John Giiflith and family moved
to Equality last week.
Many changes have taker place in
this neighborhood recently - Hon.
Perry Glenn and wife have moved to
Anderson, nnd John Prince and moth
er have moved to their farm. T. S.
Glenn and niece. Miss Jessie, have
gone to Liberty to make it their home
and E. M. Browne and family have
rented the' place and have set up a
general m< cbandise Btore at the old
This ia a (ino farming country, nnd
good crops, were made ia this section
last year. We hear no cry of hard
times from any one.
J. H. Thompson also has a general
merchandise store at this place and
Keith Allgood runa a big ginnery and
and saw mill. So you can say Slab
town is returning to its pristine vigor
and building up.
Mr. Wyatt brings in the mail dally
from EaBley and Mr. Frank Glenn is
the popular rural carrier from this
place ro tho Watkin* Mill section. Mr.
John Prince ?B the postmaster now?
with Mrs. J. M. Browne as assistant.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cothran loBt their
little child on the 5th after only 24
hours illness. She was two years old
and the pet of the household. They
have the sympathy of many friends in
their great sorrow.
E. M. Browne and family want to
tender their heartfelt thanks to their
neighbors who were so kind in the
sickness and death of their dear little
baby on the 24th. May the Lord bless
them with as good frienda when they
need them. J. M. B.
At Hymen's Altar. *
A qniet home wedding was solemniz
ed ut the residence of Mr. J. P. An'
derson, father of the bride, in Bock'
Mills township, at nigh noon of Jan.
' The retracting parties were Mr.
Mark vibltng, ot Coonee County,
and Hi A3 Nelle Anderson, of Ander
em Coun y. Only a few of the im?
mediate r. Utlvee were present to Wit
tie*? the ceremony. .
The dainty bride waa becomingly
arrayed in a beautiful ?nit of dark
bin?; with hat to match. A solemn
and impressive ceremony was perform
ed by. Kev. J- F. Anderson, uncle of
the bride. Immediately after the
ceremony, a bountiful and appetizing
dinner was served, after which an
honr was spent in a pleasant, social
way by the guests and bridal couple.
Then the bride and groom left for the
home of the groom's parents, where an
elegant reception was awaiting them.
Mrs. Stribling as Miss Anderson was
a very popular and attractive young
lady of superior intellect, and repre
sents two of the best families of An
derson County-Brown? and Ander
son.v . ' " ."- ' ?'-:>'"-.
The groom is a hapdsome young
man and'popse?sea many line traita of
character. He cornea from two of.tbs
most prominent families of Oconee
County-Sheldon and Stripling.
Our best wishes'go with the yoong
couple, who af e just starting on their
life voyage. Miss, NeUe- wifl be miss
ed in the community and in the home
circle, hut she goes to be the light and
joy of another home. , : AGaeat
PRODUCT Of MILLS.
The product in one day of tuc milla of
the Long man & Martin* z great works 1B
enough to paiut every hou?? and every
thing made of wood in a city, with the
.X* A M. pow? Paint:. ..?. ... '^-.V;?;M'
! In use; thirty year*; several million
houses piloted wita IA A M.
! Jj <& M. costs about ?1 20 per gallon. ?
?the Ii A MV Paint in the best and
cheapest, because ?tte U A M. ftluo htitr
dena tb? L. A M. Whlte Lead, i?d maka?
it paint more surf*ce^?nd wear for a
longer time than any oft?** paint, . ?
lt. & M. oo?ts about $1,20 per gallon.
It only require** gallons of tito cele
brated nain? apd 3 tgalons -
. ott at GO ct*, per gatton to pS!
erste staed hon??. : ?^^?*>^Sfgi
owner oUffht no* P?r a^oisjt?
Lin wed Od, whlcbha mutt do when a
?e?dy ior-use paint la hnn?ht. t
]:b%k%M. cosu about tl?(> a gaWoSj?^
Sot? byB.Ovayton,Anderson, a C.;
Jackson, Jva?a0.? W. W. ?riffin; PAK
nrttk O ;X.h. toopper. Belton, S C.
' ! A ^tcbmw^^^
frat lb the groat lior^i Baa dyk
acblld'a dogsr c^uld have ?top
become a WOUSta**^
* O?Wl b?? King1?
and ok* ?w?i? Orr Gray ACto>
WAJNTiiu-io ?I?? mcric-y Real
Estate. Apply to T. Frank Watkins,
Attorney-at-law, Anderson, S. O.
If jon want a good Meat Chopper-one
that will chop any kind of m*?at, buy a
.Universal" from 'Sullivan Hardware
MONEY TO LOAN for home cliente
on easy terms.
Him peon & Hood, Attorneys.
A Hard Lot.
of troubles to contend with, spring from
a torpid liver and blockaded bowels, aa
le?? you awaken them to their proper
action with Dr. King's New Life Pills;
tho pleasantest and moat effective cure
for Constipation. They prevent Appen
dicitis ana tone un the system. 25o at
Orr, Oray <fc Co's, drug a!o/e.
All kinds of Harrows-Disc, Spike*
Tooth, ?fcc, are canted by Sullivan Hdw.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for oil because
labeled mixed paint. Oil only coats 00 I
cents a gallon. Buy L. & M. Paint, and
add oil. It maken paint cost $1.29 a gal
lon, ?old bv F. B. Crayton, Anderson, |
S. <) : E R. Hortou, LownrioavlUe, 8 C.;
T. C. Jackson, Iva, 8. C.; W. W. Griffin,
Pelzer, 8. C ; F. L, Hopper, Bolton, 8. C.
Twenty Year Battle,
"1 waaa loser In a twenty year battle
with chronic piles and malignant Boree,
until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salvo;
which turned the tide by curing both,
till nota trace remains" writes A. M.
Bruce, of Farm ville, Va. Best for old
Ulcers, Cots, Burns end Wounds. 25o at
Orr, G ruy <fe Co., druggist.
A choice line of Builder's Hardware is
carried by Sullivan Hardware.
Chrono Constipation Cured.
One who suffors from ohronio cann ti
patton ls in danger of many serious ail
ments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation aa it alda di
gestion and Btlmulates the liver and
bowels, restoring the natural notions of
these organs. Commence taking it to
day and you will feel better at once.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to
takp. Refuse sab&titutea. EvanB Phar
A morl cnn Field Fence-The strongest,
b(?t and ohenoest Fence on earth is sold
by Sullivan Hardware Ce.
L & M. Paint. L<>ad and Zinc. Wears
10 or 15 ?ears. Saves paint bills.
L. & M. costs about f 1.20 per gallon.
Sold by F. B. Crayton, Anderson, 8. C. ;
E. R. Horton, Lownd?aville, 8. C.; T. C.
Jackson, Iva, 8 O ; W. W. Griffin. Pel
Z9r, 8. C.; F. L. Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.
A. H. Thnrnef, a well known ooal
operator of Buffalo, O., writes: "I have
boon sfHloted with kidney and bladder
trouble for years, passing gravel and
stones with excruciating pain. I got no
relief from mediolne until I.began laking
Foley's Klduey Core, thea the result
was surprising. A few doses started the
brick dust like fino stones and now I
have no pain across my kidneys and I
feel Uko a new man. It has done me
91000 worth of good." Evans Phar
When yon want the best Plows-those
that are properly set and perfectly tem
pered, buy tnose manufactured by Tow
ers Sullivan Mfg. Co. and sold by Sul
livan Hardware Co.
Only 82 Years Old. j
am o Lily 82 years old and dns't ex-,
peat ?vea wut-n I get to be real oil to i
feet th ut way as long as I cnn get Elec
tric Bitters," says Mrs. E. H. BruDson, I
of Dublin, Gs. Surely there's nothing
else keeps the old aa young and makes
the weak as strong as Ibis grand tonio
medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, in
flamed kidneys or chronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric B't
t-rs a reasonable time. Guarantee by
Orr, Gray & Co., druggist. Price 60o.
NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS-Don't
make thom to break them, but make a
few geed resolutions and be men enough
to live up ,6o tb e m. Resolve to trade
with Sullivan Hardware Co. daring the
coming year. You'll eave money? worry
If yon wish to borrow money without
delay, and without red tape, on easy
terms see A. H. Darnall, Attorney.
Office in Postpfflae Ballding.
THE ORIGINAL. \
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Hon
ey and Tar aa a throat and lang rom ody,
end on account of the erecvt merit and
popularity of Foie v's .Hobey and Tar
many imitations are offered for the genu
ine. These worihieae i mite tl uns bave
similar sounding ?aua?.a Beware of
them. The genoin? Foley's Houey and
Tar tain a yellow package. Ask for it
and refuse any snfcs^?S^ ^?&&???&^
remedy for coughs and colds. " Evana
. MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
doliera to lend on Land for ellen te.. Apr
ply to B. -F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
A car-toad ofPonttrv Netting bea been
received bv Sullivan Hardware Co. They
neve titi? N?ttingen eil width*.
V Trapar?lion* are belog roede bySal
liven Hdw. Cu. for the largest S nrlng
Trade lu the bletery of their?btwtoea*,
than ten car-load o or Ssaeonablo Spring
10 OOO Oberohe* n?t?U.d w*'h Liv *"!?;
Paint in 190*, TJ $ M. ot*., ?1 -p) gollan.
Sold by F B. C HVtoUj ?nnui BOO, 8. G\?
E. RvHorton,.Li . wn**.*>. vi ' ?o, 8. C.; T. <L
Jackson, Ivs, ?. C.; W.. W. G*?ffio,.Pel
ser, 9. dlVftt. H^rt Balton^B. O.
IS We exe h*?dqaastera S n tib e |.
Mow is Your .Liver.
IF NOT RICHT TAKE
EVANS* " LIVER ANO KIDNEY PILLS/*
They right tbe wrong caused by over-eating.
?A LT l/WORE: NEW YOftrVw ?
WE WANT TO SELL YOU
Your Winter Suit.
Like for you to eeo tho Garment?.-we are snowing ior->
.' T2.50, -
te you readily.
A Happy and Prosperous
F?* All alfj? Each of ??ii ?
in mind our place when
i ' 'm?klig your bill foi- 1906. -Jill
Thanking you very mueh
^^?|?r ; a:- coiiii nuance of , s?i?c^?[- " \
^^Si^e are- . . - - .