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Are constantly on the out-look for the
NEWEST AND BEST !
The building of new homes must necessarily ere at o a
demand for Home Furnishings, We,exert ourselves ;to have
the Goods the people wani, at the time they want them? ,
Is unusually attractive.. We eau certainly please you in
Hatting. We also have have a magnificent variety of
Rugs and Art Squares 1
In all tho popular sisea.
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popular for. Spring and Summer.' It is Hght sni ssnltssy., j
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 2, 1906.
THE CGTTOX MARKET.
The good old summer tim?is corni ur;
Mrs. J. T. Latimor, of Lowndesville..
ia Tialtiog frienda in Andereon.
Mrs. J. E. Todd is visiting the fam
ily of A. W. Todd, in Charleston.
Judge Prince is in Laurens this week
presiding over a special term of court.
Courtney B. Wilson went down to
Abbeville last week to spend a few
days visiting relatives.
Tho farmers are busy planting. The
weather is very favorable and the work
is progressing rapidly.
Mrs. Benn, and Miss Mamie Bates,
ot Aidursou, ure visiting Mis. N. A.
T. K. Simpson, of this county, visit
ed his brother, Dr. J. B. Simpson, at
Prosperity, S. C., inst week.
Tho cut Vf orme and potato bugs are
doing considerable damage in some of
the gardens of thia city.
' Next Monday is aalesday. The Judge
of Probate will eel! one lot, located in
WiUiaroston, at publio outcry.
Some of the flower yarda in Ander
son.are just now vieiog in beauty with
the moat beautiful in the State.
The. demand for dwelling houses
does not decrease in Anderson. Some
body should build a few more.
Hool Col. Ii'. Blease, of Newberry,
epent'last Thursday night in the city
attending a meeting of Odd Fellows.
Hon. Robert Aldrich, wife and little
daughter, of Barnwell, are in the city
visiting tho family of Gen. M.. L. Bon
Mrs. B. T. Smith and Miss Bessie
Deacon, of McCormick have been vis
iting friendo in Anderson the past
If you are not a member of a Demo
cratic Club be eure and join one so you
can vote in the primary elections next
The closing exercises of the Honea
Path graded school will take place on
Thursday alight, 10th inot., and Friday,
Memorial Day ia just one week off
from to-morrow. A large crowd ls ex
pected to visit the city to participate in
Chiquola Lodge, No. 83, Knights of
Pythias, will meet to-morrpw evening
at 8 o'clock. All the members are
urged to attend.
Our clever old friend, W. A. Bighy,
of Hones Path, spent several days lu
the city the past week visiting hia
nephew, G. F. Bighy. -
The midday train over the Blue
Ridge Railroad now goes through to
Walhalla every day instead of stopping
over aG Seneca aa formerly.
Quite a number of Anderson people
Spent last week in Spartanburg in at
tendance upon the annual musical fes
tival at Converse Collego.
The first home-raised strawberries
we have seen this spring were brought
to the city last Friday- by Bev. G. M.
Bogers, who has a fine crop.
Mr. and Mrs. Kemper D. Seno, of
Anderson, are visiting his brother. Dr.
W. D. 8ann. ?nd otter relatives ii
this county.-Newberry Observer.
k Mrs, 8. A. Foasher, of Liberty, Ind..
I accompanied by'her nephew. Ed wat a
make ino vagrant go to work or
move on. While there is such a de
mand tot labor there la no e&enae for
a bio bodied men to be loafing and, un
The negro Baptist State Convention
convened in thia city last night.
About two hundred ung it ft" delegates
ajgitwSfl here wnatArdnv ann more nra
expected today. ~" '.'- >.:?>,,'..- ^ .. :
Every delegate elected by the Demo
cratic Club? laat Saturday to the cou o ty
convention, which' convenes in thia
city next Monday, should bo on hand
promptly at roll call. ;
The Hollings worth Twina abd their
company are filling a week's engage
ment at th? Buena Vista Park this
week: An entertaiamentis being given
each evening at 8.80 o'clock.
The Georgia Techs defeated Clem
son in a Rame cf baseball at Clemson
last iii on day evening by a score of
6 to 0. A number of people from this
city went up to witness tho game. '
tG o v. Hey war d h aa a ppoi n ted? Lee G.
mB?& a?: tit
'Sites to the National Association of
.ifi?p&er?, to meet at Mtlw&nkee on th?
? V Misa. Vejora Cllnkscaletf achoo?' ?
Hall Township, will dose next Friday
and On Saturday the papila Will have a
bigupicoic. The fri eu t?a ul the pupils
are i n vi ted to attend a?d bring well
ailed dinner baskets. W
?i?niettb Chapter. TJ. D. G.?
1 have an ice cream and strawberry
festival at Buena Viola Park on Fri
dgr, afternoon, beginning at 4 o'clock
?Savcontinaing daring the evening.
. Go down and patronise the ladles.
S Mira. J. T. Greene, of sAndowon, who
I ft!tcr the contea?.-^reenr?ood Index.
The Belton Township . Staging jCon
?aettea ssyt afr .veoar urove
tjh?reh >o?& 'Sfooid^onday, 18th
laat., at ll o'clock a. m. Ano public
is invited to attend aud everybody ia
requested to bring a weS^?l?ed dinner
W. S. Strickland, of Honea Path, 8>
C.,^ameover to gttend^the^^DDuBOnj
: ton (Ga.) Star. >'!
ElderG. Bryant, of Richland County,
N. C., will preach at Mill Creek Prlait
V Ste Bspdst Church, in this county, on
mthrAs?fcnriay ahdBuD?jiyin May
at il o'clock. The friends of the, con
gregation are cordially invited to at
? ^nd the?servicet.; .;
Bevy W. H. Fusser, of Macon, Ga.?
who bas been coiled to the pastorato
ot the First Presbyterian Church lb
Ibis city? has.notified, the officers of
i. the church of his acceptance and will
enter upon his work here on the third
Bnndayf 20tb inst.
Tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows
meets at Greenville next Tuesday, 8th
inst. The orphanc' home will bo dedi -
outed on that date and a big gathering
of the S-link members are expected to
attend. The Grand Lodge will devote
two days to routine work.
Rev. J. D, Chapman, D. D., pastor
of tho First Baptist Church, of Ander
I son, S. C., visited his father, Dr. W.
B. Chapman, in West End, last week.
The eider Dr. Chapman is in a very low
state of health, and is gradually grow
ing weaker.-Elberton (Ga.) Star.
The merchants of the city have
agreed to CIOBO their stores ot 0.30
o clock p. m. every day except Satur
day during this month, and at 0 o'clock
p m. from June 1st to September 1st.
The people should bear this ia mind
and govern themsolveB accordingly.
TV J series of meetings which were
held in a tent on South Main street last
week closed Suuday night. Two aud
three meetings were held each day aud
large crowds attended. A number of
persons professed conversion, and it is
hoped much good will result from tho
The weather in this section peveral
days last week seemed in some te
spects decidedly more like March than
the last of April. Such wind and such
dust! It was simply awful as they ray.
We have not hr.:t moro disagreeable
days in a long time. Pedestrians kept
oil'of the itt roeta as much an possible.
Williamston was visited by a sevuie
wind, hail aud rain storm Thursday
afternoon. The hail fell in blinding
sheets for several minutes, completely
covering the earth. The path of the
storm waa not wide, and as there is
little garden truck un and practically
no field crops, little damage was done.
The Demooratio Clubs of the city
and county met last Saturday after
noon to re-organise and elect delegates
to the County convention, wbioh will
be held next Monday, 7th inst, at
which convention delegates will be
elected to tho State convention, which
will meet in Columbia on the 10th
Many of the older residents of An
derson remember yesterday forty-one
?reara ago with very unpleasant recol
ootionB. It waa un that date that the
Yankee raiders mode their first ap
pearance here* entered oar homes,
stole everything they could find of any
value and frightened all of the women
Last Thursday afternoon the Pal
metto Riflemen were inspected on the
Court House Square by Col. E. B.
Fuller, of the United States Army, and
Mai. Lewie W. Haskell, Assistant
Adjutant and Inspector General. The
company made a very creditable show
ing and were highly complimented by
the inspecting officers.
If you are not thinking of Dean &
RatliMo at this moment, lt will be woll
for von to refer to their new advertise
ment in this issue, for they are pre
pared to do you a real service when
you are in tho market for anything in
the line cf pure goods. Do not permit
thiB fact to percolate through the in
terstices of your memory.
"Yes, you may come again next Sun
day evening, Horace, dear, but"- aod
abe hesitated. "What is it, darling!
Have I given you paint" he asked, as
she etill remained silent. "You did n't
mean, Pm sure,* she responded, "but
next time please don't wear one of
those collars with the pointe turning
outward; they scratch so."
Thursley, 10th inst, ia Memorial
Day? and it will be celebrated in An
derson at Buena Vista Pork at 8.80
o'clock P. M., when Hon. Geo. B.
Croner, of Newberry, will deliver an
address. The pabilo is cordially in
vited to attend the exercises. The
committee is arranging a moat interest
ing program for the occasion.
Miss Yarica Brown, of Anderson, bas
been attending the Festival, stopping
with a party of friends at the Spartan
Inn. Misa Brown la treasurer of the
State Federation of Women's Clubs,
and is moot popular among clnb circles
in the Stat*.J?he goes from hero to the
State .UTO??UE ?mica convenes in Rock
Hill next Tuesday.-SparUnburg Her
ald, 88th nit-. .
An oil mill will be built at Antre
ville, in Abbeville County? just across
the line from Anderson County. It
wilt be capitalised at $20,000. The cor
porators yft^i S.; Jw Wakefield, J. L
Crowther, C. J. Lyon and W. S. Gray
don. The mill wilt be located in a
prosp?rons community and will doubt
lessly prove a most successful enter
prise* ? ? ?
? .special ?rom/ Washington says:
"According to an announcement from
the Department of Agriculture, the
country will, thia year, have a visit
from not only .the seventeenth year
locust but the thirteen-year es well.
-Tile locust are expected to appear
e?rly in June, the exact date oz the
emergence of the adults from the
ground varying somewhat with the
season." ? , ..
'Last Sunday nighfc the barn on the
Slan tat ion ot F. J. Pelter, near Pen
laton, was, burned, together with
several head of stock and io* o? food
stuff. We have not heard how the
fire originated /The barn was a large
brick structure, and was the third to
be burned on. the same site during the
past few years. Mr.-Pelter, who lives
in Charleston, spends his summers on
this farra,, ?
The Sparenburg Herald of the 20th
ult., says: "Mrs. Cora Ligen, of Ander
son, whose beautiful voice, has often
been heard here with such pleasure, is
attending the. Festival, the gnect of
her elster, Airs. H. A. Ligen, on Main
street Airs. Llgon will go from hero
to Rock Hill,'where next week she wilk
attend tho State- Federation of Clubs,
as President of the Pay oho Musical
Club of Anderson." .
Nest week the gates of Anderson
cwlll ba thrnwn Wide epos to the ula*
tinguiehed visitors who will attend the
diocesan convention of the Episcopal
C?virchof South Carolina, which will
convene here next Tuesday. Anderson
trill be ?I her test and itis needless to
say that her always notable hospital*
itv will be brought forth in every pos
sible way, for that ia what oar people
are notec ter/. '
Rev. N. G. Wright closed in inter
esting and eucceosful revival meeting
in the Baptist Chu;cb at Pelter on
Tuesday night 24th ult Mr. Wright wat
assisted in the meeting by Rev. R. A.
Sable?, ft popular evangelist of Som -
raertoi:. S. C., an^d tho singing was led
\M&toLJ.A. Dorhs?i of Westmin
? : atef.v-. Twelve. : p?w . members wera
? added tc th-Baptise Church by baptism
j and ibero wilt oe severat additions tc
the other churches of Pelter,
?Goorgo Cox, a young white man
orraerly of Monea Path, baa been
odsr&d in jail on a charge of bigamy.
Ho married a Misa Branyan of Hence
Path cu the 15th of April, and it wai
discovered soon afterwards that ho bcd
smother wife living. He claims thal
bc bad heard that his first wife wai
dead when his second marriage oe
curred and that he was guilty of n<
. wrong doing. : The case' will come at
tor trial at tho nest term of the crina i
An exehauge gives thia good medi
cine to its rendel*; "Dorre bo a
knocker. Hide yourlittle hammer and
try to apeak welt ot others, no matter
how email you may really know your
self to be. When a stranger dropa in
jolly him. Tell him this is the greatest
town on earth-and it is. Don't dis
courage bim by speaking evil of your !
neighoors. There's no end ot tun
minding your owu business. It makes
other people like you. Nobody gets
etuok on a knocker.
The Home Building and Loan A ?HU
elation? which was recently chartered
in this city by the Secretary ot State,
has perfected its Organization by the
electiou of the fellowing juicer*?:
President, G. ?. C. Boleman; vice
President, J. M. Evans; Secretary and
Treasurer, J. K. Shelor; Director?, G.
N. C. Boleman, W. F. Cox, J. A. Hall,
W. A. Watson, J. M. Evans, T. C.
Wallon, H. C. Townsend, O. B. Vau
Wjck and A. S. Farmer. The AHH?C?
ation will get ready for busiue?s at
Tho stockholders of tho People's
Bank held their annual meeting yes
terday and tho following board ot di
rectors was elected to servo tho ensu
ing year: J.J. Frotwcll, J. P. Brad
bury, J. F. Watson, J. A. Hall, W. L.
Brisaoy, A. C. Latinier, J. li. Barton
and J. W. Kubin sun. J. J. Fretwell
wus re-elected president and J. N.
Bleckloy was re-elected enabler. A
dividend of 8 per ceut. was declared.
The annual report of the presidout
showed the bank to bo in ix prosperous
Announcements reading thus .vere
received here yesterday : "Dr. and Mrs.
W. A. Trip announce the marriage of
their daughter, Mattie Eloise, to Mr.
Robert Alexander (?entry, Sunday
afternoon, Aptil 20, nt their home, near
Ensley, South Carolina. At home
after onay 18, Eaaley South Cai ulina."
The bride waa formerly a student at
Chicora College, while Dr. Gentry, now
a teacher of recognized ability and ex
perience, is an Anderson boy and a
former student of Furman University.
-Greenville Nowe, 1st. inst.
Charles Loofer, a Prussian Jew, who
wae well known throughout this sec
tion, died at his home near Lowndes
ville last Friday. He was about 80
years of aee and died from the infirmi
ties of old ase. He came to Lowndes
ville about itt ty years ago and engaged
in peddling dry goods. In 1801 he en
listed in the Fourteenth South karo
lina Regiment and remained with hie
command until the surrender. At thc
close of the war be resumed his formel
occupation, keeping it up until a few
fears ago. By strict economy and nc
amity to anpport he amassed a con
siderable fortune, which goes to hit
relativos in Son Francisco, Cai. Hit
remains were taken to Augasta cu,
for in torment.
Williamston Lodge, Knights oi
Pythias, is making an effort to secure
the location of the proposed orphanage
to be established by that order in thii
State, and is offering the old William
aton Female College building for th?
purpose. The Lodge has issued a neal
io ur-page circular, setting forth tin
advantages of the proposition anc
showing some vary attractive views o'
the town. The matter is in the hand!
of au energetic committee consisting o:
G. L. Anderson, R. L. Holroyd and E
M. Lander, and wilt come up at tnt
approaching meeting of the Grane
Lodge in Sumter. Wiiliamston wonk
be an ideal location for the orphan em
and we would be more than pleased u
see it located there.
Mrs. Margaret McEIroy Steele diet
ls.it Friday morutDK at her home, neai
Seneca, at the age of 90 years. Sh<
was a native of Anderson. County, bm
had resided in O cooee for many yeera,
The remains were taken to the Ok
Stone Church, in Oconee County, So:
burial. Mrs. Steele was an excelle n
Woman, and her long ?ixe wus ?aii ni
those Christian graces that go to snak<
np the well-rounded life ol useftunea
and unselfishness. She wlli lan;, be re
membered by a largo circle of i'rie?d
throughout Oconee and Anderson. 8h<
leaves several children to mourn he:
death, two of her daughters bains Mre
A, H. Ellison, of C??utx?, and Mrs. Dr
C. A. Webb, of Hartwell, Ga.-Wal
i ---g- m
( Meeting of Barnett Lodge.
Mr. Editor: Yep will please au D un u ci
in your next week's issue that Barnet
Lodge, No. 106. A. F. af., will mee
next Saturday, 5th of May. All ruaste
masons, their wives, sisters am
daughters are invited. The Distrio
Deputy Grand Aiuatev, Prof. Klngh,o
Clemson, and A. S. Rowell, of Pied
mont, are especially invited. The fore
noon will be takes np in conferring sid
1 degrees upon the ladies. In the after
i noon the Lodge will '?old its regula
' communication with work in th* la
and Ord degrees. Please don't forge
to bring down baskets weil filled.
A. M. Guyton,
8ec'tTy of Barnett Lodge.
To Tfas Trittst? sf Bella Chapel Church
Always have your church buy Unseen
oil at barrel pr loos. Don't let them ps;
$l.5G a gallon fer canned oil. which ongh
ti coat bnt 60 cento a gallon. Ready
mixed paint la about half oil and bal
paint. Buy oil frosh from the barrel
and add lt to the L. & M. Paint, wblqh 1
seml-mlxed, and yon then get ? foll gal
on o? paint at'the lowest price.
4 gallons L. A M mixed with S gal
lons Linseed Oil will paint a moderst
als id boote.
Actual oost L. & M. abont 91.20 per gal
O. 8. Andrews, Ex-Mayor, Danbury
Write*, "Painted my house 10 year
?go with L. ?Sc M. Looks well today "
Sold by F. B. Cray ton, Anderton, 8.0.
E. R. Borton, Lownd*eville. 8. C.; T. C
Jackson,Ivs, 8. Ci F. L. Hopper, Bal
ton, 8.0. _
WANTED-A good man to write Bail
?ipr m insurance for ns lr. every tooti oi
of tba county. Not much time required
45-4 . Citizen's Insurance Agenoy,
VBloe Ridge/1 "Roman," "Little Jos'
sud "Terrell" Harrows are sold by Bul
Uvan Hd*r. Co.
Best for Wemen std Children
On account of Its mild action and pleas
ant tasto Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup!
especially reborn men-led for women am
children. It does not nauseate or grip
like pille and ordinary cathartics, Orin?
' LaxKAre Fruit Syrup aids digestion cm
stimulates the liver and bowels wltboc
irritating them. Remember the nam
i OBIWO and refuse Substitutes. Sven
! "Bl?? Ridge" Harrows are the bet
1 Implements of the kind mannfaciored
? They are acid by Sullivan Htrdwar
j Pira!lng Foley's Honey and Tar.
1 Folsy & Co., Chicago, originated Hon
' ey and Taras a throat and lung remedy
; and on account of the groat merit an
popularity ; of Foley's Honey and Ts
; many Imitations are offered for the gena
I inez These worthless imitations bav
' similar sounding names. Beware c
' them. The genuine Foley's Honey an
> Tar ls In a yellow package. Aak fori
X and refuse any substitute, it )s the bei
i remedy for co UR ht and cold?. Kvau
The Swell Tailors of Now York are making up
for their trade this season more Blue Serges than
Nothing so handsome, nothing so good for look
ing well at all times as the Blue Serge Suit.
Our Serges are tried and true, and we guarantee
them to be fast colors.
THE TAILORING IS PERFECT.
We guarantee our Serges to be right in every
way-out, fabric, tailoring and price.
Single or Double Breasted Styles
And up to 22.50.
You'll not go wrong if you buy your Serge Suit
REESE & BOLT
THE ONE PRICE
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
DO NOT FORGET THE BK. ti:
Cliiiiios Site ii
Boston Shoe Store.
$3.50 Bay State Shoes at $3.00
$5.00 Cushion Shoes gat $4.25
This sale will last fifteen days.
Everything sold for Cask only during this sale.
Yours for business,
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SEL?GMAN, Proprietor.
Two doorslfromlFarmers and Merchants Bank.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Now is the time your Stock need it. .
P. Ii. BARR Sc CO.,
110 North Slain Street.
Farmers Loan & Trust Co,,
' ANDERSON 8. C.,
IS authorized to act fis Executor or Administrator of Estafas and as Guar*
dian /or minor children. We have quite a number of Estates in hand now.
We will be glad to talk the matter over with you.
MT Office at FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, Anderson, S.CL