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on the Market
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1906.
7HS COTTON BL&BKBT.
Spring chickens aro in demand in the
city at fancy priceB.
Mr?. T< ?. Howard has bonn visiting
relatives in Mt. Carmel.
Strawberries are more plentiful now,
nod tho price moro reasonable.
Dr. It. P. Pell, president of Con
verse College, was in tho city on Sat
The picnic season has arrived, which
menus that the chiggers are about to
have a good time.
Mi's. Kate Maxwell, ot Greenville,
has boen spending a few days in tho
city Arith relatives.
There is very little sickness in tim
section at this time, and the doctois
ure having an easy time.
Tho world owes every man a living,
but it takes a hustling bill collector to
get what's coming to him.
Misses Evie and Lizzie Townsend, of
Iva, aro in the city visiting their
cousin, Mies Minnie Simpson.
Mrs. ?., W. Todd, of Charleston, is
in tfio city visiting her father, D. F.
Anderson, and other relatives.
R. M J Avery, of Bartow, Fla., for
merly of Barnes, S. C., is visiting
friends and relatives in this county,
A Country fiiend brings us the com
forting news that the black leny crop
Will be a big bucket iiiler this sum- '
Th? Southern Empress Company will
tran n mi fa ny and fflL gifts for the ben
efit of San Francisco sufferers ' free-of
charge. 4 .*?-.?.
I tOar young friend, T. G. Watkins, of
Pendleton, lias accepted a position in
the office of bia -uncle, Clerk of- Court
J. C. Watkins.
Mrs. Frt?d. W. Nardin and Mrs. N.
B. Sullivan haye gone to' Little Bock,
Ark., where they will spend a few
weeks with relatives.
Miss Janie Wyatt, of Easley, accom
panied by her friend, Miss Carrie Lan
boon, of Picke ns, iain the city visiting
her brother, B. N. Wyatts ;
|- This is t the season of the year when
the farmer likes to surprise his wife by
carrying in a hat full? of eggs from a
hidden nest about the barn.
? Col. M. P. Tribble, of this city, who
is a candidate for Secretary of State,
is rec<?.T?og much encouragement from
his f^^ds jthroughout the State.
^tv^w??? , }JK- - Thompson, of Green
wood,, bas moVed to Anderson and ac- 1
c^f)(tc,4 tp? position of overseer of
am'uOihglatj tho QI nek cotton mill.
: Dr..J. ?Al Moon, of Greenville Coun
ty," vrhu spceuiiy graduated from a
medical college, has located" in Ander*1
Bog'Tor thopractice of his prof ession, *
^'?'membsr, tho stores ?ow - close at
"?.Wp'cloek* p; m. Do not put.off your
< shipping until 0 o'clock and pre;/e"nt! ?
tl^clerk's from getting ? little rest*and
recreation. ' ' ? rj
^%eVerai bf oui far mera wfib have
boen holding a pari of their' cotton .
rrop sold out la?t week. A number of
them?' however, are still holding for & i
better price: ?>: A ??
Be v. J. T. Mann' will ' preach, nt v
WJtii?g Plaina? Church next Sunday^. .
jmn.vrost.. Ot ll o'clock a. m., and at. 1
'PSrotrdehip Church in the afternoon at :
*o1&ocjc. ;?'".j.: v . .<
' THe Prosperity correspondent of the
Newberry Observer" says : ''He^vC. M. ;
Boyd, of Anderson;, has been, l? town !
the past few days, to the delight of his ,
m^h#^a^daherO^''Y > V. j
. .The General Assemb^Of the South
ern Presbyterian Church will bo held jj
in Greenville on the 17 th inst. Ahum - \
ber of citizens ot this city: will visit. ',!
Greenville daring the mooting. . -
. An old weather propb?t, saya tais, i
will ho a beuevfcorn than! cotton year^ j
Re considera1 the scarcity of dogwood .<
blossoms ? euro sign of full corn cribs I
p?(|mp^y,cotton houses'next FalL J
.;'?t??tS'HiWatkins, of this;?ity,,??8 i
?t?j?S?? ?n invitation to deliver an
a?iw|5t! Due West to-morrow-me- "
$p?(daM The address will be de
Itw^d in j l?io erskine Collage audito
rains have fallen in many seo- j
tio?e.?? the county daring tba past jj
week. ? nnmber of the farmers ; haye \
finished planting ead the seedv ?ra i
comjj^ np., Hoe hands wiil now be ib ?
i?^?itate Bennion of Confederate <
V^?r?ps.?n^CoIarobja on the 10th, 17th \
Ipi inst.-will attract a large crowd .
ei^tat?s from tvery .aoci?on of the <
SUVe. ^he round ^p railroad fare i
visiting friends and relatives. ' She has s
accept?e a* potion with Bates; ?foote '
" P^ ?
nuder treatment in the Johns Hopkins ;
hospital ?ats ;BaItliae7e for several
ttt?ti?eS, homo last week. His j
manyMends are delighted to know 1
that!he hos beeu fully restored to his"
>i?^^^i*3(s*wars^: ? widow of ? tho
fflfcVaged ahont 00 years, and a week
fata* her .f^ndi^?h|#p|fe?^: '
Montgomery;breathed her, lust at her
home itt tho sanie city. \ Mrs. Towers
and har ?dt?ightelP?^hhveCmapy /ri?nde
aud r*?atlv^? in thu county who vrill
regtet to ii?ar of their deaths.
Tho Westminster correspondent, ot
the Keowee Courier says: "Misa Bir
die Lay returned to Pendleton Thurs
day, af tor spending two weeks with
her aunt, Mrs. W. N. Cox. Miss Lay
is ono of Pendleton's beautiful and ac
complished young ladies."
There will be an all-day singing at
Cedar Grove Church next Sunday, 13th
inst., beginning at 0 30 o'clock. The
publio is invited to attend. Singers
are requested to bring their "Gleaners
of Praise" and "Windows of Heaven,"
Nos. 3 and 4, hymn books.
Mrs. ii. L. Cbcshire has gone to
Paris, Texas, to visit ber son, lleibert
Cheshire, who liss a position as lino
type operator on the Paris Daily Ad
vocate. She was accompanied by her
little daughter, Catherine. She will
bo away about three weeks.
Our young friend, R. Brooks Good
grion, of WiHianiBton, who baa been
under treatment in a hospital in Michi
gan for sovoral months, has returned
hume greatly improved in health. Ho
spent several day o in Anderson tho
past week, visiting relatives.
Tho examinations for tho award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege will be held in this city on Friday,
July 0th next, as will bo seeu by read
ing tho advertisement of President
Johnson in another column, These
scholarships are worth Btnviug for*
Kev. J. D. Chapman was called to
Elberton, Ga., last week on account of
the death of his father, Dr. W. B.
Chapman, a physician of that city.
Dr, Chapman was a gentleman of 75
years, aud was held in tho highest es
teem, both as a physician and as a man.
We would again urge our subtcribers
when ordering the postofiico address of
their paper changed to give the name
of their former postofiico address aa
well as the address of the oliico to
which they want it changed. By do
ing this they will Bavo us a lot of time
Rev..George A. Martin and family,
formerly of Anderson County, but who
have been making their home in Cali
fornia for the past two years, have re
turned to South Carolinr. and will
probably locate in Easley. Rev. Mr.
Martin is a brother of J/ro. J. R. C.
Griffin of this city.-Easley Progress.
The Anderson bafio ball team went
down to Belton last Saturday, after
noon and played a game with the team
of that town. The Anderson boys
won by a score of 5 to 2. Tho Ander
son team is under the management of
T. E. Thompson, who says he will soon
have it ready to meet any team in the
J. Ed. Brown, accompanied by his
wife and children, of Tolar, Texas, is
in the city visiting relatives and
friends. Mr. Brown is a brother of
our townsman, F. G. Brown, and this
is his first visit to his native home in
eleven years. His- many old friends
are delighted to greet him and see him
looking so hale and hearty.
- To-morrow is Memorial Day and an
interesting programme has been ar
range?t for its observance in Anderson.
Tho exercices will be held in the pa
vilion al. Buena Vista park, and . will
begin promptly atx3.30 o'clock p. m.
At tho conclusion ot the exercises the
graves of the Confederate dead in the
Cemeteries will be decorated.
' John Watson, a negro painter of the
city, was .?convicted in the Mayor's
Court last.week of stealing paints and
wall., paper from several parties: It
seems that he had been carrying on his
thefts fo? ac-'?ie time, and through the
efforts of Policeman H. I. Power Wat
son w?s arrested. HO was given sent
ences aggregating $00 or GO day a on the
streets. Watson was also-given a
bealing before, Magistrate Wilson on
the charge of .housebreaking and lar
ceny and was bound over for bi? ap -
pearauce for trial' at the next term of
tho Court of Sessions .
A conference bas been called to meet at
Belton on Friday by the Railroad Com
mission for the purpose of considering
the proposed change in the schedules
on tue Columbia and Greenville divis
ion nf tho Southern,so as ? gi ve an.
afternoon train out ot Columbia. 'The
conference will be attended by the
members of the Railroad Commission,
Superintendent Williams and Assis
tant General Passenger Agent Morgan
if the Sou them, and represen tatives
from Anderson, Greenville and other
points affected by the proposed change,
> Mr. 'JJ, M. Glenn, of Anderson, a
member of the Freshman class,' won
tho gold medal annually offered for
improvement in society work at a con
test held last night In the Adelphian
Literary Society of Fur man Universi
ty/ Mr. 8. 8. Earle, of Pickens, came
in: for second honor, ' Both Messrs.
a?enn and Earle'have taken the full
is^ advantage of the splendid oppor
tunities for betterment affcrded by the
weekly meetings of their literary so*
uety, and their progress baa been re*
narkoble. ' Both are good students
Ith inet. '
. The annual meeting of the Library
Association waa held Monday. aftet
?oon. New by-laws were adopted
resting the government-bf the Asso
slation ir a board Of ten trustees, ono
>f whom should always bethe mayor
>f the ci ty. The folio wi cg ge n tlemen
vere chosan to serve on tho board: J.
Brock>: N. B. Svllivan, T. C. Wal
ton, A. M. Sharpe, F ; Q. Brown, H. BT,
SVatkins, Mrs. Geo. E. Prince,, Miss
farina 1>. Bro wu and Mrs. ?. C. Baker,
rb.e work of building tho cew C?rne
?ie Library wil 1 begin at an ?arly date.
Kt a melting of tho City Council the
;ity obligated itself to increaso its an
lUal appropriation to $2,000 foe the
mpport of the library if Mr. Carnegie
tvould increpe his donation ?c $20,
Thia will probably be done by
the philanthropist, and the conatruo
tion of a library in keeping wita tho
progressive spirit of the city will then
b^etsnred.- . . N y.
A special dispatch to tho Greenville*
K'OWB from Columbia! under date ot
tho 8rd inst., sayo: "Tho Railroad
Commission today appointed n confer
once to be held at Kelton on May 11th
between the commission, Superinten
dent Williams nod Assistant Genera]
Passenger Agent Brooks Morgan and
icpicBontatives of Anderson, Green
ville, Newberry, Columbia and other
towns aloug tho line interested in the
proposed chango of schedule looking
to an niteruoou train from Columbia
to tho up-country and an early morn
ing traiu in from hero. The object of
the conference is to ascertain tho
wishes of tho towns along tho line and
so order tho chango if tho pntronngo j
Mrs. Nancy Karns, wife of lt. M.
linnie, died nt her home nenr Sandy
Springs on Wednesday, 2nd iuBt., of
paralysis, ia tho UGth year of her ago.
On the day following her death her
remains wero laid to rest in tho Sandy
Springs churchyard, Kev. S. N. Henry
conducting the i uncial services in the
presence of a laigo congregation of
friends and relatives. Mrs. Burns was
a most estimable, Christian woman,
and had been a devoted member of the
Methodist Church since her girlhood
lier death is deeply regretted by a
wido circlo af friends, who sympathize i
with tho sorely bereaved husband r.ud
three sons, McBsrs. S. A. and lt. K.
Hums, of this county, and Kev. C. B.
Burns, of Greer, who aro left to cher
ish her memory.
Corner Creek Comments.
This section is receiving a good sup
ply of rain now-enough to do for
The majority of the fermera aro
through planting cotton and have good
stands, and in a fe\g ' dnys will have an
abundance of gsass, which will claim
their, attention for the several coming
Qaite.a number of: young people en
joyed a real good singing at the borne
of A. B. Shirley Saturday night.
The Woman'B Missionary Rally of
the Saluda Association will meet with
tho Barker's Creek Church on Tues
day,. J/ay 20th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mr. aod Mra. Thoa; Jones, of Lau
rens County, visited relatives here re
The Union Meeting of the first en
vision, which convened with the Bar
ker's Creek Church on the fifth Sat
urday and Sunday, was a glorious suc
cess. It was largely attended, not- i
withstanding the inclemency of the
weather. On Sunday the people bad
the pleasure of hearing an eloquent
sermon on Missions, delivered by that
zealous minister, Rev. Louis J. Brie
tow, pne of tho editors of the Baptist
Proas. He is a brilliant young orator,
and commands close attention from
his hearers. We were all delighted
with his sermon.
Th? McAdams av.* Barker's Creek
schools closed last lay with 'a plo
nie at the latter piar Only the pupils
and teachers wore- present, and, of
course, enjoyed the dey largely, espe
cially the dinner. These schoolo have
enjoyed a prosperous term of six and n
half months. Tho attendance haa
been good. The McAdams waa taught
oy Miss < Lissie Gassaway, while the
Barkrtfs creek was under the control
of Mrs! A. B. Shirley, who has taught,
this school successfully far a number
Mrs. B. F, G nasa way and daughter,
Marion, visited relatives at Neva the
latter part of last week?
Fall sown oats are good, and are
nearly ready iorTjarveat. The seasons
on this crop have been exceptionally
Now that thc Democratic Clubs have
all met and reorganized and also the
County Convention, we can't see why
the candidates don't let themselves be
known to the reading public? We
would like to know the style of men
that are tb wrangle in politics this
year. It seems evident we -will have a
goodly number in the gubernatorial
race, but what we would like to know
is the personnel of the county aspi
rants, who will claim our immediate
attention. The issue that will proba
bly confront us will bo. tho same old
question, the dispensary, %nd if Ben.
Tillman'gov- mixed up ia ft we may
expect a red-hot campnignV Tyro.
Meeting of Survivors.
Colombia, S. C., May 7th, 1000.
. There will be a meeting of Butler's
Brigade Association of Calvary, Army
of Northern Virginia, nt 4 o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon, May 10th, 1000, in
the City Hall.
Members of the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th and
.6th Calvary, together with the survi
vors of "Hart'a Battery," are earnestly
requested to be present.
By order of the Executive Commit
Wade Hampton Manning, Sec.
To the Trustees of Lowndesviue Baptist
We taka the liberty of telling yon that
every ch uro? wilt be given ft liberal
quantity of Lr. A M. Paint .whenever they
paint. . i-- ?
?4 ga'Ion 6 L<. & M. mixed Ttl th. 8 gillon?
I^OSSed OU Will pains ft moderato si ?id
'bouse. -?? ,\
'/ JJ. A M. Zinc hardens LAM. White
Lead and makes the paint wear like iron,
. largest mill? in the world nao L.- & M.
J Arnold Print Work?, North Adam?,
Maa?., u?ea nearly 17,000 gallon? L. <fc M.
Pam t made With 10000 g all on H L. <fc M.
ond 7.000 gidlon? nor* Ltnaeail om. -
Sold by F. B, Cray ton. Anderson, 8. C.;
E. R. Horton, Lownde? vW<v 8. C.; T. O.
Jaokaon.lv?, 8. O ; P. L.. Hopper, Bel*
ton,B.C. ?'? : . ..-v ,. .
WANTED-A good mau to write Hail
storm Insurance for no in every section
of the counrj ? Not much time required.
Good pay. .: ' v ' 1 ? n
I 45-4 ; j Citizen's Insurance Agooy.
v "Bl?a Bids*,*' "Roman." "Little Jes"
and "Terrell" Harrows ore ?old by Bul?
UvanHdw.Co. . *\
MONSY TO LOAN for hoke clients
? pn oaay termo. ."
1., Simpson <* Hood, Attorneys. ;
G O o
Tho Swell Tailors cf New York are making up
for their trade this season more Blue Serges than
Nothing so handsome, nothiag 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.
THE CUT FAULTLESS.
We guarantee our Serges to be right in every
way-cut, fabric, tailoring and price.
Single or Double Breasted Styles
And np to 22.50.
You'll not go wrong if you buy your Serge Suit
here. - ? 1
REESE & BOLT,
THE ONE PRICE
Clothiers, Hatters, and Furnishers.
**_ ik *t\ -Va- Watti ?ss i^i^^^r^-^-'A^^
DO NOT FORGET THE Blt
uiuai ai ibo
$3.50 Bay State Shoes at $3.00
$5.00 Cushion Shoes [at $4.25
This sale will last fifteen days. . ,.. >
Everything sold for Cash only during this oa?e. v, .
. . \
Yours for business, ?
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIGMAN, Proprietor. ?
Two doorsIfronV Farmers and Merchants Bank.
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HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
? THE BEST. v'
Now is the time your Stock no?d it,
P. L. BARR & CO.,
HO North Main Street*
. -- THE- .
Farmers toan & Trust Co^
ANDERSON, 8. C.,
IS authorised to act aa Executor or Administrator of Estates and: -asQbasp*
dian for minor children-, rye have quito a number of Estates in baud awn*
Wo will be glad to talk tho matter over with you.
?gr Office st FAKMKR8 ANB MERCHANTS BANK,- Anderson ?C.
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