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BY CLINKSCALES & LANGSTON.
ANDERSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13.1908.
VOLUME Xiii-NO. 52
V7K&-NESDAY, JUNE 20, 190G.
On June lat., 1000, angels invaded
the howe of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Evan?, and their snowy pinions made
a shadow deep and dark, for they re
moved ono of their fairest buds, their
little MmontliH-old daughter, after
two weeks1 illness. She brightened
the hom?! and Btaycd juHt long enough
to entwine herself around her parents'
heart? as only these little orien eau d:>,
arni today she i? a cherub in that beau
tiful land that is fairer than day. It
in indeed a mystery why such pure
budrt ai'*) plucked from our midst,
hut we m UH! humby submit to the
will oj Him who dneth all thing.* well.
Mer little remains wens laid to rent the
day following at Union cemetery. The
parents have ?ur heartfelt sympathy
in their sure bereavement.
N. A. P.
Iva, S. C., June 10.
Died, at the home of her niece, Mrs.
John .Sherill', four miles below Eadley,
on the Kith inst., Miss Cornelia Smith,
aged about 00 j ears. M?BS Smith was
a daughter of Mrs. Amanda Smith,
and was raised near Beulah M. E.
Church, in Anderson County, where
she had lived all ber life till the death
of ber father, Jobu C. >3mitb, seven
?ears ago. Aunt Ananda is now in
er 84th year, and nw buried five
daughters and three eon, and her hue
bund. She still has five sons, viz..
Theodore, Warren and Earle, of
Brushy Creek, Charles, of Central, and
Eddie, of Pelzer. Miss Cornelia was a
member of the M. E. Church and a de
vout Christian. She died in the full
triumph of a Christian faith, desiring
that ail her loved ones would meet her
in glory. Her body was laid away in
the graveyard at S lab town after fun
eral services conducted by Kev. D. W.
"One by one we are crossing over,
One irmy of the living God,
To his command we bow,
Part of the hosts have crossed the flood
And part are crossing now."
May God guide us by His spirit, lead
us by His hand and nustain us by His
grace till we ull reach borne.
D. W. H.
Negro Killed at Starr.
Jule McMuheu was shot and killed
by George Connor on the plantation
of Mr. John Pruitt near Starr Wed
nesday afternoon. Both parties are
negroes. Connor claims that the
shooting was accidental. There were
several witnesses to the shooting,
however, nnd according to them
Connor threatened to shoot the lirst
man that came to the house. As Mc
Mullen was walking aumin! the corner
of tho cabin, they allego, Connor shot
An inquest was held the following
day by Magistrate Kainey and Connor
was committed to jail to await trial
at the next term ot court in Septem
A Fine Opportunity for a Yonng Alan,
The University of South Carolina
offers scholarships in the Normal De
partment to two young men from each
roon ty. Ench scholarship is worth
'?40 in money, besides remission of
$40 tuition and $18 matriculation or
"term" fee. The money is paid at the
rate of $5 a month for eight months,
to assist in meeting the necessary liv
ing expenses. \
Examination will be held Friday,
July Otb, before the Comity Board of
Education. Applicants should bo at
least 18 years of ase. and Dreferablv
teachers. Write President 'Benjamin
Sioan, Sooth Carolina University, Co
lombia, S. C.. for blank on which to
apply before Joly 6th.
All-Day Singing at Union Grove.
Ur. Editor; There will be an all-day
Binging at Union Grove Church next
Sunday, to which the public *.* invited
toc?me and*brlng well-Mile, baskets.
Prof. Milford will be with VM "nd ali
lovers Of muslo are requested tu come
and bring their books.
Program: Sunday School at & a. m.;
?reaching at ll o'clock. Intermission
or dinner. Song service in the after
The week's rain has almost demoral
ized the crops, and farm labor is so
?caree that the average farmer can
hardly see his way out.
Mr. John Harris, a worthy yoong
man who ia preparing himself for the
ministry is at home for vacation.
Rev. JD. A. Lewie and family are at
home, after an extended visit to rela
tives near Columbia.
Mies Nelie Harris ls visiting Miss
Mrs. Alice Palmer, of Anderson, is
spending the sommer with her uncle,
J. L Barton.
The Mission Band, under the super
vision of Mis? Janie Gaines, meeta at
the Baptist Church twice each month.
The entertainment and the p?enlo
recently given for tho "Sunbeams" was
lui to a sneceas. Miss Gaines is etriv
og with mach energy to train the
foang minds, and with her pare Cbrls
iun Ufe for an example we are ante
>f her success.
Clarence Dobbins and sister, Wsk
Lion Della, were visitors here i cbter
Mr. and Mrs. B. 8. Ashley visited
Uhrs. Ashley's moaner, Mr*. Duck
C. D. Giles, who has been in ill
mal th for several months, is able to
jo ont again.
Ban GrubbeV of Fair Play,' was here
i few days since.
Little Miss Anna Gain es, of Seneca,
s visiting her cousins, Misses Mortis
md Emilee Gantt. ??
Letter to Bonham & Watkins.
Anderson? 8. Q. .
Dear Bira : Two and two make four
lot Always i depende upon what "two
md two? ?rs. :
Two gaUona of water ?nd two
>f milk doa't maka four gallons
Neither does roar gallons o
haVa half Ume. whiting, clay and
?na oil, make fonr galena of real pain*..
That's what wa mean by saying ,rFew
ir gallon?} wears longer." JU tafea few?*
? gallons of Da voe load-and-sino than of
eed-wadoll mtx*d by band. .,
Mr. L. W Haskell in Abbeville.
Mr. L. W. Haskell, one of Abbe
ville B old boy?, is making a visit to
bis friends here. Mr. Haskell is now
tho eillcient assistant to Adjutant
General Frost, and as bis chief is not a
candidate for re-election. Mr. Haskell:
aspires to till that place. Ho is a yoong
man in ike prime and vigor of life,
and bis military ?raining bas been of
the very beat, having graduated from
the Citadel ?ome bevon teon years ago.
Mr. Haskell lins not hold ofllce ex
cept witbiu tho past few years, having
been in Georgia darin? the stirring
dayB ol partisan strife in this Stato.
Mr. IluKkoll has served two termo as
a legislator. His course there was al
ways moderate and his work most
He ia a niau of most ploasant address
and handtnme appearance and would
grace the junco to which ho aspires
Abbeville Press and Banner.
Mr. Haskell spent a day or two in
Anderson last week doing some pre
liminnry campaigning and gave us a
pleasant call, ile has a number of
friends here who were delighted to
greet him and who would be more
than pleawd to Bee him elected to tho
position of Adjutant und Inspector
General, for which he is so well quali
Cedar Grove News.
Kev. J. T. Mann will preach at thia
place nest Sunday, June 24tb, at ll
The health of the community is very
bad at this writing.
John C., the little eon Of Mr. and
Mrs. 1. F. Copeland, bas been danger
ously ill for the past week.
Allen Mahaffey, who has been work
ing at the carpenter's trade at Town
ville, waa home on a visit to his fami
ly last week.
Mrs. John Dunlap, who baa been
sick the past week, is reported some
Mr. Enoch Poore is very siok at this
j Claude Copeland aad sisters, Mieses
? May and Lola, attended services at
Whitefield Sunday and were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Cowan Armstrong.
j After an illneBS of seven weeks Mrs.
\ Leila Ellison, wife of Robert Ellison,
of this section, died at ber home y m
dny, June 11th. She was in the 37th
year of her age and ia survived by her
husband and ten children, seven sons
and three daughters, the youngest be
ing au iofant of only a few weeks.
MTS. Ellison was a most estimable wo
man and had long been a devoted
member of Cedar Grove Baptist
Church. She has many friends in this
section who extend condolence to the
bereaved family in their sad affliction.
At ll o'clock on Tuesday her remains
were laid to rest at this plaee. Rev.
W. B. Hawkins conducting the funeral
services. A Friend.
Corner Creek Comments.
After a prolonged Beige of rain, we
will pen a few lines sufficient to let
you know we are not drowned out
down in these parts yet. Yes, we far
mers have been well blessed during
the passed week with rain. Showers
fell bete every day-and sometimes
at night-enough to do ns for several
days. There is plenty of grass-all
kinds and aises-and lt ie doing well
under the circumstances, though if we
can only get a few days of sunshine
i now we can pretty soon nut slow
i travelling to the grass brigade.
Misses Allie and Ethel Bell, two of
our sweet little girls,, spent Saturday
night and Sunday with friends at
i B. F. Gatsaway, spent Saturday !
night with relatives near Antreville,
and Mrs. Gassaway accompanied bim
home after a week's pleasant stay
with ber ulster, Mrs. J. I Crowther;. .
The small ura'n crop hna been har
vested, which is very "good, especially
fall eown oats that were fertilized. -
The blackberry crop ia large and are
ripening-in fact, whoever heard of a
failure in a blackberry crop any way?
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gaalawav and
lit do daughter, Helen, ot Neva, visit
ed relatives here a few days last
The members of Barkers Creek
Church have recently put a good, sub
stantial wire around tba. graveyard,
which is an act that is very commend
able, m v.. ?
The Slate campaign starts the po
litical ball to rolling today, and it
won't bo long until our county polities
will boil up pretty hot. We presume
this there are as vet no candidates an
nounced for nf?lr.e- Tho hove ar?
somewhat timid this season.
Several of our farmers are still hold
ing their last year's crop bf cotton, or
a part of it, for higher prices. *
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bell, visited
relatives at Bay, the latter part of
Our people are enjoying good health,
News ia scarce and work is plenti
ful. :(/.;. Tytoi5^ ,
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The Old, Old Stofy Ajala.
Where there's a will there's a way
and obstacles in tho way of getting
married count for naught.
Such, says the Charlotte News, ia
tht conclusion of Misa Lillian Brown,
lately ot this city, and Mr. Norman
Reid, a yoong man of Williams ton,
'Misa Brown is the pretty and at
tractive 17-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Rire. S. A. Brown who lived in
Charlotte at No. 510 North Tyron
atreet until aboit a month ago when
they moved to Concord. The young
lady ls well known ha C?arlette and
she baa many admirora here ^ho will ,
read with interest an acoco nt of hat
romantio marriege last Monday even- ?,
lng to Mt. Heidi . . /.-.:7^v,.v.-v.
The beginning of tho rozr nco wctf
?nacteu in Coucord ?aBt Sna?wy when
Ur. field went to that placo to wed
Miss ?rowe. He wac evidently on
familiar with the laws ?? theBtate f
?overnlQg marriage, for it is reported ?
that ne ttled to have the knot tied be
fore securing a license, He waa told ;
ody6 a^mit^%>t alt* w^^^ ?
They left Lexington s o'clock ar
riving iu tee Sooth Caro.__<? city at ll
o'clock, and going direct to the homo
of a Methodist minister there, the run
away couple were econ pronounced
man and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Reid came to Char
lotte yesterday morning and registered
at the Leland. They expect to leave
here thin evening for Virginia where
they will spend their honeymoon.
Jl/ra. Reid said thin morning that she
had received a letter from her sister
asking ber to come home as her moth
er was very ill. She said they would
Rtop over there this evening and go to
Virginia on a later train today or to
morrow morning. Mrs. Reid unhesi
tatingly told tho reporter of her ro
mantic marriage, saying that her
mother's only objection was her youth.
Tho groom is well known in Char
lotto. He travels for the Internation
al Harvester Company.
Saluda Association Programme.
Tho Executive Committee has ar
ranged tho following programme for
the meeting of Saluda Association at
ita session at Hnnea Path, commencing
Tuesday, July 81st, 10O0 :
ll a. m.-Introductory sermon by
Rev. lt. E. Small.
Election of ofticera.
2 p. m.-Report on state of religion.
2.45 p. m.-Report on ?Education.
WEDNESDAY? AVG. 1ST.
0 a. m.-Prayer and praise service.
9.00 p. m.--Report on Orphanage.
10,80-Keport on Temperance,
ll a. m.-Preaching.
2 p. ca.-Reports on Hissions.
Adj o urn ad.
THURSDAY, AUG. 2ND.
0 o. m.-Prayer and praise servioe.
Asking for power of Holy Spirit.
0.80 a. m.-Report on Bundey
10 a. m.-Report on young people a
10 80 a. m.-Aged and infirm minis
tors* is * ?1
11 a. m.-Bible and co?08tages ,
11.15 a. m.-Obituaries. '
11.80 a. m.-Preaching, Evangelistic
M. McGee, Chairman.
- It snowed in Asheville Wednes
- The coal strike in Alabama has
cost the miners $400,000 in wages this
- Oklahoma aod indian Territory
will be admitted into the Union as
- Thc Central' Railway of Georgia
will ereot shops costing a million dol
lars at Macon.
- The prolonged hot wave and
drought in Lousiana have caused a
serious shortage of water.
- $40 a pisco is said to have been
paid for votes at the primary election
- The senate has passed a bill ap
propriating $30,000 fdr a monument on
the Kiog's Mountain battlefield.
- It ia estimated that teas of thou*
sands of parsons lost their lives in the
floods ia Hunan Province, China.
- The Populists of Georgie will pul
out a State ticket. ' A convention wi ll
beheld in Atlanta July 4 for that
- It is expected thai regress
adjourn in two weeks .tir'A"? seine
complication nrisoo over tb'/Panama
Canal* ..? , ?
- At Kansas City ' *W Cnjefj^
B url i Dg t oe and Qa i coy Railroad waa;
convicted of giving rebates to the beef
paokcrs. . ;?<..-\. ? ~f J:.
Oo account of [mfa being so life
tie Tain-fall in oertaip ssct?o?S^of
Louisiana for the past tb ree ni oath s,
it is' necessary to haul drinking water
by the trainload. ' />;_,',,' '':'>5^^^
- -Will fimith,< an- .e*ca?cdvae^o
con'viot, shot and killed Marshall Mor
The negro bad beea serving; ?
'WA 10-y??r-b?d gfrl in Birmtbg
mingham. Ala., was. caught Kelling
whiskey from a lard flan and she was
looked up. ? '
-. The Supreme Court of Kentucky
he^r?nder?d B deoiaion upholding the
law separating she r^oes in the
schools. . - -, . . ' . ' / '
- T. T. Murrah waa shot and-, _
by A, Has ty at Chi p?ey, O?; JS?iSty
was placed in jail but broke, the look
and escaped. >/ y .. .: '* ;.. '^;./;?/?
?y\:rTr^k^.^o\n^i;i:i} , pr?ity^ w^?&r
Woman. io/ Atlanta;. got: ; dru
knocked dowd four policemen before
pb^^.'amBted. . . Vl$P0
r}M Ojaud Mumy waa sho> *ttd kilt
b?|^w(t?.glrif wUe a?d^iId,V?Ri?
^Mtiog was . done by Ms hroU*e*4#<
Of flo mo domes titi difficulties
? --The v Ao^bljr, I ni
^meod, Ind* hM by a declstv
voie i?roMd down tho oomiuatioa t
Rtfr. 4>ho, A. Burnett, ol Mo
ML^ien?ra secretary of th
- A cyclone did great damage at
- The tomato industry in particu
lar has taken big strides in the past
few years. It is estimated that the
average American family uses fifteen
cans of tomatoes during a year.
- Men often speak sharp when
they mean only to be kind.
- Men admiro eduoated women, but
tbey love good housekeeparj.
- Opportunity knooks at every
man's door but a lot of men aro so
busy doing a little "knooks" them
selves that they fail to hear oppor
New Cure for Epilepsy.
J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, O.
1 Kural freo delivery, write?: ?*My daugh
I ter, alll'icted for years with epilepsy, waa
1 cured by Dr. King's New Life Phis, She
I bas not had an attaok for over two
years." Best .body oleansers and life
? giving tonio pillu on earth. 25o at Orr,
Gray <fc Co's. Drug Store.
Looa Tennessee Float.
For twenty years W. L. Bawls, of
Belle, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He
writes: "The swelling and soreness in
side my nose waa fearful, till I began ap
plying Bueklen'a Arnica Salvo to the
sore surface; thia caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re
turn." Best salve iu existence. 250 at
Orr, Gray & Co.
A Texas Wendar.
Then/a a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's
twief, as big aa last year. Thia wonder
Ir.W.L. BUL who frome weight of 90
yoonda has grown to oner 180. He says:
??J suffered with a terrible cough, and
doctors gave mo me up to die of Con
sumption. ? waa reduced tn 90 pounds,
when I began taking Dr. Kingia New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. Kow, after taking 12 bottles, X
have more than doubled in weight and
am completely cured." Only aura
Cough and. Cold Cure. Guaranteed br
Orr, Gray & Co.. Druggists. 60o and 91.00.:
Trial bottle free.
I am now prepared to do all classes of |
repair work on Engines, Boilers and all
Farm Implements. When in a hurry
bring work to Jess. Stribling's Machine
gfcop, ed joining Townsend's Lumber
A Tbourand Dollars Worth of Good,
"I have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder trouble lor years, passing gravel
or H ton PO with excruciating pain,'1 says
A. H. Thurnea, a well known coal ope
rator of Buffalo, O. "I gut nb relief from
medicine until I began taking Foley's
Kidney Cure, then the result, was sur
prising. A few doses Btarted the briok
dust-like substance and now I have no
pain aoroes my kidneys and X feel lik?
newman. It has done me 81000 worth
of good." Foley's Kidney Cure will cure
every form of kidney or bladder disease;
"Blue Ridge" Harrows must he seen
and used to be appreciated. This is the
most perfect Cotton Cultivator ever man
ufactured: Sold by Sullivan Hardware
@akoa Su??ey? ead Buddes*
WIK Cetro JDsMoiapllon.
i i. A. Herren, ? Finch, Ark. . writes i
"Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best pre
paration for coughs, colds and lung trou
ble. I know that it has oured consomp
tion in the first stages. You never heard
of any one using Foley's Honey and Tar.
and not being satisfied.. Evans Phar :
macyv ' - tpSii-)
Stimulation Withotit IrrffatloD.
lu caso of stomach and liver trouble
the proper treatment ia to s ti m ?lat? these
orgsss <??itb~.=t irritating ;L??>. Oriuu
Laxativo Frait Syrup alda digestion and
6timulatoa tho -liver and bowels without
Irritating ftvcBO ?rgano like plila or ordi
airy cathartics. : It doea not nautique? or
rr* end io nalia and ploasant to take.
' * - .Pharmacy,
Buy tha birt BuMera' Hard ware trim
Sullivan Hdx. Co. . Xv- .
.?Bin??. -Bid**':*;'Hoee *%j?t'-tsp. ;$s?
BlriilfR inirt Handlea tb-U eau b<.?p_Ot'' uto
can bo bongb?, call for "Blue Rldr;e" Bt
Bulllvafc Hdw, Co's.
Antomobllaa ropaired. cdlUDtr.d sid
washed off. Having worked ?n i U e lar g
est Garage South, I 'feel competent Ii
thia,-Une, Jew. mrlh?ng>.: r"
?hop,. ^ . ' * ;
. . WAl?W'EtCA good ni^^^
atorra Insu renee for us in every eeotloa
of tho county. Not ratich time required
?fctoodpey-,:'. .- J'i--? . ..;- ? ;??^w?M^,
v. 45-4 Citizen's Insurance.^
: "Blue Blda*,*'i,Koman,*r y wttlo joa
and ??Terrell" Harro wo are sold by Sui
ll van HdwvCov /-: '.
Bassel? ? -/?IlfclWlfan^^gf^
Ci?*p Rates Vit 8oslB6?o Raliway.
On account of tba following sp?cial oe*
sasloos, the Southern Railway will Bell
ticket? to pointa named below at. ex?
tr? m ely low rate?? as follows:
To Asheville, N. C., and retu.ro-Ac
count Annual Conference Young Peo
ple's Missionary Movement, Ju^o *$ih
u> July 8th. Tickets on sale June 23th
27th and 28tb, limited good fo return un
til Juiy nub, 1900. Rate: One nure plus
twenty-five cents for round trip.
To Asheville,* N. C., and return-Ac
count of Convention Commercial LBW
Leaden of America, July 30th to August
4th. 1000. Tickets on sale July 25tb,
?Oth aud 27tb, limited good to roturo un
til August Sth. Extension of limit to
September 30th may bs obtained by de
positing ticket with Special Agent at
Asheville end payment of fee of fifty
cents. Kate: Ono fare plus twenty-five
cents for rou nd trip.
To Knoxville Tenn., and return-Ac
count 8nmmor School of the South,
June 19 to July 27th, 1908. Tiokota ea
sale June 17th 23rd, 21 th and 80th, and
July 7tlu 14th and 15ib, limited good to
return fifteen days from date of sale. As.
extension of Unart to September 80th may
he obtained by depositing ticket wita
Bpectal Agent and pa-rment of fee of fifty
cents. Bate: One fare plus twenty-five
cents for round trip.
To laington. Ky., and return-?Ac
count National Grand . Lodge United
Brothers of Friendship and Sisters Mya?
torloua Tea, Joly 80th to Auguat 3rd,
1008. Tickets on sale July 29th aud 80th
and August Jet, limited riced to return
until Auguat otb. Batet One fare pius
twenty-five cents for round trip.
To Louisville, Ky., ead return-Ac
count Homecoming week fo? Kentuck
ians, June is th to 17th, Ticket? on sala
June 10th, ll and 12tnlimited good to re
turn until June asrO: Au ax lesion of
return limit to July 23rd may ba obtain
ed by depositing ticket* frith Special
Agent and payment of ree of fifty cents.'
(Writ? for r/artlculara about side tripa.)
Bate: Ono fare plus twenty-five cent? for
* To Memphis, Tenn., and rttura-Ac
count International Convention Broth
erhood of St. Andrew, October 18th 21a*.
Tiokota on raia October 15th to 18th, lim
ited to return October 80th. Au exten
sion to November 80th may be obtained
by depositing ticket with Special Agent
and paying a fee of fifty cents. Rate: ?
One fare plus twenty-?ve conta for round
To Milwaukee, Wis., and Return--Ac
count, Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of
Eagles, August 14 h to 18th. Ticket? ou
sale August 10th, nth and 12th. limited,
good to return August 22ad. Bate: One
fare plus 92.00 for round trip.
To Nashville. Tenn., and return--Ac
oount Peabody Bummer . Behool for
Teachers, Vanderbilt University Bibli
cal Institute} J une 1th to August loth.
Tickets on sale Jone loth, nth and 12th,
18th, 19th ? and 20th, and July 5th, fith and
7th, limited good to return fifteen daya
i rom date of ?ale. An extension of limit.
to September 50th maj be obtained .by
depositing tloket with Special Agent and
pay lr g a fee of fifty cents. Bate: * Otto
fare plus twenty-five centa for round
trip. ,. ?
: To Washington, I). C., aud return-Ac
Count. Nvgio Young People's Christian
and Eduoat?onal Cong-ess, Jaly^ 8rd to .
8th. Tickets on sale June '20th, July
2nd and 3rd. limited good to retura until
July lltb, 1908. Au extension Of limit
to August 11th may be Obtained by de
positing ticket with Special Asens and
paying- a fee of fifty cent?. Ratet Ono
fore.; plus twenty-five cents for ronna
^The Souther n R?llw?yls the beat way.
Superior PascBbger Accommodations.
Best ooacbsa.. ; Most convenient Through
Sleepmg-Car servios and best Dining Oar
service in the World . . . .
.-,For full partSmilars; Inquire of any.
Southern Ballway Agent, to Brooke
Morgan. Asst* Gfmeisl Paga^nnr
Agent.attenta; Gal? R. Wi Hunt, Divis
ion, i-iyssenger <Aej?nt?l^tle|?ton, V B. OV
r': >? , "?> -a* \: .'"111 '? ?." "-" . .
'* Vietbr'* ?atient Haaj' Sweeps ar? popu
lar with many, farcaom , These Sweeps
Ban be bought from Sullivan Hdw. Co.