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' . It is with grateful hearts that we return
thanks to the Tradings Publie for the Tory
liberal patronage accorded us in the past? and
especially during the year
Which far exceeded any previous year in our
existence. We will strive to merit the confi
dence and good will of the people. We will
continue to carry in stock ?t all times just
euch goo?s as the public may demand at most
reasonable prices. We will not attempt to
enumerate or specialize at this time, as it is
too well knows throughout this section that
ours is a large and carefully assorted stock of
j Has proven successful beyond bur expecta- .
tion. The Merchants kaye shown in a very**
substantial way thek appreoia^^
Glass Wholesale Stock sc convenient/
While wo are truly thankful to every ono
who hf?? contributed in the least to our Bac
heas, wo solicit a continued and increased pa
tronage in the future.
ir ? ;; ? .; ; Wishing
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WEDNESDAY, M AUCH 14, 190?.
Local cotton market 10.75.
Miss Jennie. Harper, of Greenwood,
iain tho city visiting Mra. B. B. fleu
Tho email ?ruin crops are reported
looking line iu ali sections of the coun
The time for paying State nn?
county taxes will expiro tomorrow,
The delightful weather continues,
and nearly all the fruit trees are in
J. H. Brissey is building a neat cot
tage on Johns street, in the rear of the
Mies Anna Boss Cunningham, of
this cit/, is in Abbeville? visiting her
uncle, u. F, E. Harrison.
T. Allen, Paul Murphy, Cecil Keys
and E. A, Linley, of thia city, epent
last Sunday in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Osborne, who
have been spending tho winter in
Savannah, havo returned to the city.
Reese & Boit make tboir spring
announcement in today's paper. Their
trade 1B opening early this year. Read
Join your neighbor in cleaning up
and getting ready for spring. Im
prove your premises with paint and
Dr. W. H. Nardin, Jr., who has been
taking a special conrse in medical
jurisprudence in New York, returned
home a few days ago.
W. R. Hall, of Pickens County,
who formerly, resided in Anderson
County, was in the city Monday and
have us an appreciated call.
! Mr. John M, Hubbard and little
daughter, of Anderson, are in tte city
the guests of the former'a Bister, Mrs.
J. B. ??oore.-Barnwell Sentinel.
Farmers in this section expect to
fertilize highly this year, that is if the
amount ot fertilizers that are being
daily hauled from town is any index.
Whether cotton shall fetch 6 cents
? or15 cents in the market next fall, it
i will be the sensible and provident hog
and hominy farmer who will come out
Hon. E. M. Bucker, Jr., of Anderson,
S. C., spent several days in the city
and county this and lase week, looking
after his landed interests.-Elberton
John M. Flynn, of Spartanbnrg, has
been spending a few days in the city.
His many old friends were delighted
to greet him and to see bim looking so
hale and hearty. .
Thomas Alston, of Anderson, bas
bought the D. W. Moore residence on
Reynolds street, and will zaove his
family to Greenwood in the near fu
ture.-Greenwood Journal. s
Some valuable real estate in the
town of Easley will be sold there at
publie outcry on Thursday, 20th inst.
For full particulars read the adver
tisement in another column.
The city ia having the lower side
walk on Earle street leading t<> th?
Union depot paved with brick, lt is a
needed improvement and will he much
appreciated by the traveling public.
Chlquola Lodge, No. 32, Knights of
Pythias, will meet tomorrow (Thurs
day) evening at 8 oVJonfr; Th? first
and third ranks will be conferred.
All the members are urged to attend.
lm\:mitm\ ?t..4l ' ALS. '?11.' .
*-??JOVJ tsuu.u ? ?UMJUIOtUU) VA ...MP Tv?. J,
who has been spending several montos
at Battle Creek, Mich., for the benefit
of her health, which has greatly im-'
proved, returned'home a few days
At Seneca last Friday night W. W.
Hanni ton's big barn, with several other
outhouses, was burned, the loss being
about; ?1,800. This is tue third barn
barned on, the., same spot, in three
yearsy ?'? -;j
Chus, B. Hall, who. bas been spend
ing z few weeka in a hospital in Balti
more under medical treatment, return -
ed nome Saturday. His health has
been benefited and his f rienda ho po to
Be?. him out again soon.
Mica Amy Hunter, formerly a nurse
at the Greenville Sanitarium but now
located st Anderson; is visiting - the
head aurae, Mies Ethel Godfrey, at!
th? (iTPjynville Sanitarium for a few
. The Brn?hw RM?V Hinging AiS?cia
tioh will meet with the Mountain
Spring. Church the first Sunday in
April at 10 o'clock a. m. Ali persons
who take an interest in vocal music
are cordially invited to attend. ~
. Jn the opinion of Mles White, pres
ident of the Dressmakers1 National
Protective Association, women's
dresses will be less expensive this,
year than ever before. Married men
might clip this ?OT future reference.
There VP ill bo van all-day singing at
Mt. Bethel Church, on Sunday, M uren
25th, beginning at 0 o'clock a. m.
Profs -Vilford. V. W. Halo and other
leading singers - are, expected to be
there. The public- is cordially invi
:';The Court of Common Pleas for An
derson County convenes in thi? city
ne?t Monday, 18th inst.* at IO o'clock
ai ni,J Juiors, witnesses and other
Dersor^siLterested in the Court should
be on) hand promptly at the open i o g
Every day that the weather permits
fannel e. ore speeding plews and get
ting their lands. in fix for pl anti og.
From tev^ry section comes a report
?**b# -?carcity : of labor, lt; seems;
tba'/ negroes are fast deserting the.
Miss Efsie Lembree, who has been in
New York and Pb iladclphla, buyinpr a
stoefcof spring ana/snjnmer good? for
thcflampi?nMercantile Co., at Pled
monty.haa returned, and will be de
ligL^ed to hav? her friends call and
?$??? +k?&ff&gk- ?sfeir?: s ay that : the
*wiA f^Uv'thrcugh; which. we have
recemly passed baa saved the fruit?
Let us pope so for th o h on BC wi vee w ill
ueed eotnothing beaides fried chicken
g tho a^y o? candidates on nett
tejitio^Lor^heir^ine fro^m^thte city to
It is very dull iu newspaper circles
these duya, aud un editor is hard put to
get out a readable paper. However,
the Slate and County cnuipaigns will
open before long, and we'll havo
plenty of politics to writo about if
The tire department was called out
Sat ui day ai'tornonn by a small blaze
nt thu Coroua Knitting mill. The
Hames, which hud broken out in the
drying room, were extinguished before
theliremeu reached the building. The
lees waa slight.
Mrs. D. C. Holland, after a pleasant
visit to her daughter, Mrs. G. J. Car
roll, ut irondale, Ala., bas returned
home. Mrs. Carroll aud three chil
dren came with her mother and will
spend a month in tho couutry visiting
friends and relativea.
Tho township board of assessors are
hard at work going over the tax re
turns. The nsseasoia will probably be
at work several weeks. lu going over
the returns the assessors lind that
many citizens own ordinary horses and
cheap cows and poor lund.
The Cokesbory correspondent of
the Greenwood News says: "Miss
lt cod, of Belton, ia visiting her aiater.
Miss Jennie Reed, of Ande :son, one of
tba moat popular and accomplished
pupila of the Cokesbury Conference
Behool. The ia the guest of Mrs. W.
Rev. J. Lowrie Wilson, of Abbe
ville, will spend next Sunday in Ander
son and will preach in tho First Pres
byterian Church at both the morning
and evening service. This popular
divine has many friendo in Anderson
who are always delighted to greet and
After a very pleasant stay of sev
weeks in Ed ?eheld with her mother,
MTG. Mary Hartley, Mrs. Percy Mar
shall Feltham loft on Tuesday to join
Mr. Feltham in Anderson, where be is
engaged in the construction of the
Anderson-Belton electric road.-Edgo
field Advertiser. f
Governor Heyward baa signed the
bill changing the bird laws of thc
State. The open season is now, undei
the new law., tram Nov. 15 to March 1,
instead of from November 1 to April
1, thus cutting off 15 days of Novem
ber at the start of the season and th?
whole of March at the end.
James M. Allen is visiting relative*
and friends in tho county. He remov
ed from Hart County thirteen y cari
ago to near Willinmston, S. C., when
be now resides. While he is pleasec
with his home he says the improve
ment in our town and county is sur
prising.?Hartwell (Ga.) Sun.
-.Several of the yoong men of Easlej
Attended a dance at Captain Georg?
H. Rankins1 home near Slabtown, las
Friday evening. They report havinj
had a most enjoyable time.-Essie:
Progresa. Every person who goes ti
Capt. Rankins' hospitable home at GO:
time will have a most enjoyable time
J. H. Von Hasseln, of Anderson
was in Pickers last week. He cami
up to keep things moving in their evei
tenor at the Big Store'while Manage
Bruce went to the northern market
to lay in a fine display of spring am
summer goods for this mammoth mer
cantile o. .ablishmentt.-Plckens Sen
Miss Margaret Harmon, of 'William
eton, has been elected as teacher o
the seventh and eighth, grades in th
graded school. She is a graduate o
Chioor* College, at Greenville. Sh
took charge of the gradea last Monoa;
morning. Miss Harmon is a eiste
to Mrs. Peter Stokes.-Bamber,
The Greenville papers say that
we!! organised gang ot horse thieves 1
operating in and around that city
Five horses were stolen within a weet
The gang is supposed to be made np s
whits mss. I? vf??id be wei Iv for th
people in this conney next to th
Greenville side to be on the watch fe
the thieves. .
It will be seen by reading the notic
from Senator Tillman in another coi
umn there are now two vacancies i
the Naval Academy at Annapol
from Sooth Carolina. An examinatio
will be held in Columbia on April lOtl
and we hope a number of Anderen
boys will make ab effort to secure tt
Charles F. Green, formerly of tb
city but now living in Anderson, S. C
arrived here on Sunday last to vie
his mother, Mrs. Lawrence G ree:
MB. Green is looking splendidly ac
says he has "fallen in love" with b
new home. He returned to the nj
country early Tuesday morning.
Charleston Evening Post.
A few days ago the Sullivan Hart
ware Company shipped a mast exec
lent new nfteen-horsa power engine
0. W. Brissey at Hodges. This COE
pany has customers far and near, ai
they aro. increasing. When you nee
anything in the machinery or hard wa
line, and want the best at the lowe
price, you could not do better than
glace your order with the Bulli vi
lard ware Company. :
Pr. E. O. Taylor, a temperance le
turer of wide reputation, delivered
s?ries of temperance lectures in ti
city last week. The fina1 lecture w
given Sunday night in tile First Ba
tist Church. The speaker treated t
subject : from : a scientific atandpoi
and showed by experiments the inj
rious effects that followed the ^se
whiskey. The lectures were high
interesting and instructive.
. Married, on Sunday, Af arch ll, 10(
by C. F. Martin, magistrate, and atl
residence. Mr. Claude Shirley and M
Annie' St?ckland, both of Broadw
township. The bride is a daughter
J. A. Strickland and the groom as
ox" . R. C>Shirley, ; Both are popa!
young people, and we join their ma:
friends io ; extending congratulate
and wishing them a happy and prc
perons jonr ney through life.
Ex? Lieut. H.A. Johnson, of Woree
ter, M&as., is spending a few days
Anderson a guest ot Hotel Cbiquol
Mr. Johnson ia a Federal Veter?
whom we mentioned a few weeke s
BS being on & visit to Columbia, a
who was located in Anderson a I
'months with the Federal garrie
shorter after tho close of the wi
His visit here will bo a source of mu
pleasure to his old friends.
'Mrs. Elizabeth' Maret, widow of t
late Thoma s Maret, w h o was killed
the Civil a.ar, diet! at her home in tl
etty; last Saturday evening? aged
%mt?: 'She ha?? been ia feeble hes
for several yeara and -for seve
mirths ' tvas cOa?nea to her. ron
and bed.. Mrs. Maret was a M
Bohannan and was born and reai
hear this-city. . Since her girlhood t
had been a devoted member of 4
Baptist Church and was a most exe
lent Christian woman, who was big)
esteemed by a wide ? ci r cl e of fr?en
She is survived by two brothers, c
daughter and two eons. The fane
services were cendncted Monday aft
noon by Ber. J. D. Chipman* Sn t
First Baptist Church Acrf tbe re^s
.^reiuterred in the churchyard.
HBHHBj^^^.:-; /.,; ;?$jgp!
Raymond Fro?well, who has just
graduated from the Eastman Bneiueea
; College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., has re?.
I turned home.
Mr. T. E. Howard, loon1, manager of
tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany, has resigned, und will take
churge of tho cotton exchango.
W. H. Keeso lia? purchased tho
handsome homo of his motlier, Mrs.
M. Ii. Reese, on South Main street, tho
price being 812,000. Mrs. Keeso will
go to Atlanta to reside with her daugh
ter. Air. Keese has routed tho house
to Mrs. S. T. Craig, who w ill conduct
it ns n boarding IIOUBO.
Considerable complaint is being
mudo in tho city on account ot tho
poor train service between Anderson
and low country pointe. The morn
ing and afternoon traine are almost in
variably lute, and frequently tho
Charleston and Cniumbiu papers do
not reach here until after six o'clock
ia tho afternoon. Tho Blue Ridge
givea efllclont service, and the tumble
seems to lie come where- below.
Last Sunday Rev. S. J. Cartledge
preached his farewell sermon as pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church in
this city aud waa greeted by a very
large congregation. Uia sermon, aa
ueual, was deep and impressive, and
bia closing remarks brougbt toare to
the eyes of many of bia congregation,
who deeply regret to aee bim leave
'Anderson. Yesterday Mr. Cartledge
and family left for his new field of
labor, Cheater, 8. C., carrying with
them the best wishes of their many
Marion Bell was fonnd dead in his
bed at bia home in Due Weet on Tuea
day morning, 0th inst, ile waa not in
bad health and his sudden death WOB
a great shock to bis family and
friends. Mr. Bell waa 75 years of age,
and was one of the first settlers of
Due West. He was a moat excellent
; citizen and had long been a devoted
member of the A. R. P. Church. Ho
I ia survived by bis widow and several
I Bona and daughters, who, in their sore
bereavement, have the sympathies of
a wide circle of frieuds in Anderson
The Greenville Newe o? yesterday
nays: "George McConnell, who wat
married some time ago to Miss Lucv
G il mer, of Andetson, will play bal
this Benson with the 1 Julia lo, N. Y.
team in the Eastern league. Ho play
ed originally with the Knoxville tean
and when Anderson bought the Knox
ville nine five or six years ago, ho wen
along, eventually meeting the lad:
who ia now his wife. Last season h<
did come clever work with Johnstown
Pa., team, and had oe vera 1 offers fo
his aerviceB this aeason." Mr. am
Mrs, McConnell are now in Anderaoi
visiting the latter's parents.
The Columbia State of tbe 8th Inst,
aaye: "Col. M. P. Tribble, a represen
tative from Anderson and an announo
ed candidate for Secretary of Stat?
was in tbe city y on te rda v. Col. Trib
ble expeota the race this Bummer to b
? moat interesting ene and thinks tba
there will be a number of entries fe
all of the State positions, As to As
derGon, be Bald that the city neve
atood etill. There were new enter
prises every week and the town j
prospering as it his never before, Tb
farmers are planting cotton beavllj
however, ana there seems to lit
tie djaposition to reduce the ac jag?
J.Sim Fair, a well known droggii
and sportsman of Belton, was in tb
city yesterday. He is very muoh in
:. tares ted in the independent basaba
league which baseball enthusiasts ai
promoting, to be composed of tenu
from SDartanhnrff, Greenville. Flee
mont, Pelzer, Wiiliameton, Belton an
Anderson, and Bays tbat whether <
not tb is league is formed, he will bai
a good team at Belton. The Bette
team of last season made a fine repi
ta ti on, and Mr. Fair a?y? th st h o aa
booked nine o? the beat players in tb
State for the coming esaeon. His teal
to backed by an athletio assoeiatic
! amply able and gratifyingly willing 1
i Bupply t he sinews of war.--G reen vii
I News, 18th inst.
I The Orangeburg correspondent <
j The State, of last Thursday, sas
"A marriage of more than nsnal inte
I est was that of Miss Dolly Wann
[ maker and Mr. Henry H. Orr, whl
i was solemnized here at eight o'cloi
I tonight, at the residence of the bridi
grandfather, Mr. W. N. Soovill. T
ceremony was performed by Rev.
E. Wannamaker, a great-uncle of t
bride. The marriage ceremony w
very private, owing to the presence
the groom's family, who are in de
mourning, bat later in the evening
elaborate reception waa tendered t
bridal party. The bride is the eldi
daughter of the late Dr, W. C. Want
maker, of Orangeburg, and the gre
ia a son of the late Col. James L. 0
of Greenville. Both bride and gro<
are very popular in social 'ifs a
weil known ' throughout the ent
State. They will make their home
Anderson, where Mr. Orr is engaf
Arrangements have been mt
whereby the production of John 1
nim1 s famous blabk verso drat
"Damon and Pythias," will be p
aented in the Opera. Boase next I
day evening, 16tb inst., ander
auspices of Chiquola Lodge, No.
Knights of Pythias, of this city. 1
production ia under the direction
Mr. Eduard D'Oize, a professional
tor, who is a native of the South, i
who will also be seen in tbe role
Damon, a part he has played mi
times. He has also played in the p
with several of the moat protein
American stars. The story of
flay, intensely interesting and tbr
ng, relates tho experience of the i
friends. Damon and Pythias, i
vividly portrays their devotion i
love for each other. Go and see
play and you will never regret it, i
yon will have a new conception of
i meaning of "Pythian, xriendehi
Tickets are now on sale.
. Cill on Trow bridge for good Tenn?
The old man Snipes still makes
beat Pictures for tbs money. Fra
made to order, any elsa, at live and
live price. Fancy Pictures and O
for aale. 30-ti
Big Bargain In Poultry Outfit.
One "Ideal" Incubator, 200 egg cap
ty;- six Fine Barred Rock bena and
cockerel; one large ?ix partition feed
about 200 feet, of wiro poultry fevre
three sanitary metal drinking founu
one bag, about 60 lbs. crushed 05
shell?; one bag, about two bushels, sh
dod clover; one bag. about one bush
suitable charcoal. Antnai value c.* sb
9iO.OOO. My price, $25 00 f. o. h., Fo
City. Write for full information al o
. E. J- Barnetts
V *?~t Forest City, N.
WANTED-Party with brick
chine to make, by contract, half mil
brick. Csll on or addreau
k B, P. Benson, M. D
88-2 . William a ton, b.
: ,,W* IJ. fribble, agent for ?he I
Royatev& Columbia Guano Co.
best gooda on-1 he market. See C
.cs b=\\z A n. . ; ?V? hm YO them a?i fl
ne4 A block.-OfP.ae, front room 1
i r\T\\wr\ I
\ lit? i
*L It's dressing up time again. %
S Old. Winter has received his death blow and #
^ Easter is not far off. JJ
# Welcome Spring with a glad smile and a NEW #
$ SUIT. T
# Fashion demands many changes with the new #
^ season. ^
C? Last Spring's Clothes are now out of date. ^
J> The wider and longer lapel, the clinging back, ?
? with the slightest suggestion of the corset fit, and a 4P
^ full skirt are some of the distinctions between the ?
^ new and the old. ^
j -tm ?ll HP TORI flt Haili-1
^ Has been honored in the making of our Spring Suits. j?
i $7.50, $10.00 $12.50, $15.00, $25.00! I
. . - i
We'll give you your mind's worth and your
! REESE & BOLT, !
? THE ONE PRICE |
^ Clothiers, Hatters and Fomishers, ^
DO NOT FORGET THE BIC
$3.50 Bay State Shoes at $B.u^
$5.00 Cushion Shoes at $4.251
Everything sold for Cash only during this ?ale. ?
This sale will last fifteen days.
Yours for business,
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors'from'Farmers and Merchants Bank.
f ? v> y?u^e
I am selling the JLOTS known as |h? WABBL?.W
If you want a bargain meet me at Br. Hardin's offiee
every Wednesday or call on Br. Nardin.
I am offering special inducements to close them out.
j. H. ??DMS,