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Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
This store these days is providing continuous interest for those who appreciate that discrimination which eliminates the bizarre as well as the commonplace. Npw and pretty New Coat Suits and Dresses arriving Daily by Express. We already have a splen did showing of Coat Suits on hand. $10, $12.50, $15.00 $18, $20 asd $25 We now have suits and dresses in every authentic color and style at prices you wish to pay. Be sure to see them before buy ing. MILLINERY Our Fall Hats, trimmed and untrimmed can't be beaten. Our display is beautiful and embraces every shape and style, and our prices are most rea sonable. I Mrs. B. Graves Boyd -Excludive Agents Fr?laset Front Laced Corset "-and the McCall Patterns Autumn Weddings Require the prompt placing of orders for engraved invita tlouB. Our samples represent the very latest shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined and fashionable socicfty. WE LEAD tn originating artistic effects with fine material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for samples, which will bo supplied free of charge. J. P. STEVENS ENORAVINQ CO., Wedding StaUonery Engravers, 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. GIRLS Call in and let us explain how you can get the new Friendship ring free of charge. Walter H. Keese & Co. Your Jeweler. "Out of the High Rent District" What Does That Mean? It means better service and groceries than you have been receiving for your money. How? Simply, because wa ?ra oat of tho High-rent district and give you the benefit of our saving. Try Us Awhile And Seal Frevost's Store SOUTH St OE GROCERY CO. Phones 74 and 98 YOUNG MAN STRUCK BY INTERURBAN GAR MR. WALTER CL?NKSCALES WAS KNOCKED CLEAR OF TRACK CROSSING TRACK In Buggy and Did Not Know Crt Was Approaching-Brought to Anderson Afterwards. Mr. Walter Clinkseales, a farmer 28 yonrH of age of the Craytonvlllc section, waa rat):cr seriously injur cd yesterday morning when he wu> struck by an lnt-.Turban car on the Piedmont & Northern, lines, tho ucc! dsnt occurring at a cros?lng Just this side of Campbell's Btore between this city and Helton. Mx. Clinkseales was put on the car and brought on to Anderson whore he was given medical attention. The attending (.rvslciuns Hinted last night thut Mr Clink scales, injuries were rather serious and are of an internal nature. It IH said that there is a railway cut at tho crossing and Mr. Clink scales did not sec or hoar the car until he had almost driven entirely across the track. .Mr. Clinkseales was driving a mule to a buggy nnd when Uio buggy was struck by the car, ho wa* thrown into tho cotton patch at a distance of about '20 feet. Thc buggy as demolished but thc mule 'was U' njured. Tho train wns In charge of Con ductor Wilson and Motorman Vaughn. Mr. Clinkseales Is the brother of Mr. J. E. Clinkseales of tills city, who took bira to lils home near Cray tonville yesterday afternoon, lt ls Impossible to state just yet how great Mr. Clinkseales injuries are. NEW YORK LOOKING FOR HIGHER PRICES MAY BE SHARP DECLINE IN COTTON MARKET, - HOWEVER THE LOCAL MARKET Approximately 400 Bales Were Sold in Anderson Market Yes terday-Price ll 3-8 Cents. Spot cotton sold freely in the An derson market for ll 3-8 yesterday, a few hales bringing a little higher price. Karly yesterday morning the cotton began coming into town and last night the total Bales for the day were approximately 400 bales. In the New York market October I cotton Bold at 11.58 or 70 cent;; per j bale over Friday's clone. January fu tures reached 12.11, a new record for i the season. New York spots yesterday were 15 points higher than on the previous day. this being attributed to unfavor able weather In tho south, nnd bullish dry. goods reports, southern spot sit uation and strength on Liverpool. "There is a little better feeling now because the mills are Vuylng a little blt moro freely," stated .Mr. P. K. Mc Cully, Jr., yesterday In discussing thc cotton market "There ls a disposi tion on tho part of the New York) people to look for still higher prices. Everybody connected with tho trade | Boem to he just realizing that this ls a very'short crop of cotton. Af tor j such a tremendous advance, lt ? quito likely wo will have a severe de cline. Tho feeling is, however, that j such a declino wtll bo only temporary j and the advantage of lt will be taken by belated buyers to fill their wants.' .MA UK KT HE POUT. Local market yesterday ll ?-8 cents. ' Open. High. Low. . Close. Oct . . .10.40 11.58 10.40 11.68 Dec . . .11.85 11.08 11.85 11.98 Jnn . . .12.00 12.11 12.00 13.10 March . ..12.25 12.38 12.25 13.38 May . . .12.40 12.63 12.40 13.53 .Spots 11.70. Liverpool Cotton. Open. Oct-Nov .. .1 .. .. :..a.I Jan-Fob .. i.8.63! Mar-Apr ..6.69 Spots ?.76. Sales 8,000. Receipts, None. A Reactktnsry. "These reactionaries," mid Lewis | Fisher, the progressive mayor of Gal veston, in a recent address, "remind mo o feld 1 Iii am Conway, tho miller ot | Dee. "Hiram pride dhlmself on *??!ug I conservative, sud he ground his flour I tn tho old fashioned way between] mill stones. "A brisk young d ap brought a sack of wheat to the mill one. morning and stood and waited for lt to he gronnd. As the stones turned slowly and the meal trickled forth In a thin and slug gish stream, tho young man sal? to Hiram: "liane it. Hr. Conway, I could eat j that meal faster t*an your old mill ginds it out. "Yes, chuckled i .Iraw. hut hot? long could you keep on eating lt? "Till I st rs ved. said tho young | man.'--Wat*-tufton Star. INSURANCE MEN HAVE FORMED ASSOCIATION MEETING HELD AND OF FICERS HAVE BEEN ELECTED OFFICERS ELECTED J. Walter Dickson, President; J. B. Clement, vice-President; Calhoun Harris, Secy. Twenty-three insurance men met at thc St. James hole) last night for thc purpose of organizing a local as sociation which will be a branc-n of the National Life Underwriters asso ciation and which will have for its purpose that of creating a better fel lowship among thc agents of Ander son and county and of devising means to keep the public here better In formed along insurance lines. The meeting last night was In f e ?orin of a supper and after finishing this Mr. M. M. Mattison was select ed temporary chairman. Mr. Matti son then called on the various men attending to make she I speeches and state what they thought of thc advis ability of forming such an organiza tion us stated above. Several of those present made ?h?rt talks an '. all were very favorably impressed wi in t'.'.e idea. ' After this discussion Mr. J. H. Clement moved tliat an organization of the Anderson county insurance men bc formed and that a committee he appointed to draft a set of by laws. This motion was adopted and the following committee was appoint ed: Messrs. Horace McGee, J. B. Clement, P. w. Fclkei. J. Walter Dickson and Calhoun Harris. This committee is alBo to decide upon an appropriate name for thc association. The question of electing permanent officers was then1 taken up with fie following results: Mr. M. M. Mat- 1 tison nominated for president, asked that nomination be withdrawn; Mr. J. B. Clement nominated but also asked to bo excuser!; J. Walter Hickson nominated and elected by acclamation. Mt. J. B. Clement was unanimously elected vice presi dent. Mr. Calhoun Harris unani mously elected ' as secretary and treasurer. 1 The matter of membership was then discussed and several talks were made, all of the gentlemen express ing themselves as being very anxious to have every Insurance agent In An derson county a member. As a re sult of this discussion the following mcmbert'.'lp committee was appoint ed: Messrs. W. P. Sloan, J. D. [Crout, and C. C. dribble. The next question to come before the body was that of membership dues. This brought .up discussion. The majority of the speakers pointed out that lt would be best to always have a supper or banquet on every meeting date and that in order to j have this and to also be affiliated wltla the National Life Underwriters association, it would be necessary to | have a membership fee of at least 15. A motion was then passed to tbe effect that the membership fee be $5 a year, payable semi-annually. The meeting then1 adjourned to meet again at the call of the presi dent. It was stated at tho meeting that special efforts would oe made to ' .ave every Insurance agent In Anderson county become a member an d ell arc asked to look into th's matter. . The following gentlemen were not- : ed present at the meeting Saturday night: Messrs. M. M. Mattison. CK. Trlbble. George Spear, Horace Mc Gee, Calhoun Harris. "WI.- P. Sloan, D. P. Sloan. J. X>. Crout, J. W. Dickson, J. J. Trowbridge. Charles W. Wobb, Sr., W. R. Osborne. J. B. Clement, W. X. HudgenB. Fred Pel kel, Frank Barr?a,: John Owen, C. C. Trlbble, J. J. Breaxcale. W. W. Strickland. G. B. Clarke, O. S. Lewis, L. L. Bradley. HAS PURCHASED WAREHOUSE Mr. O. D. Anderson Closed Deal With Mr. Carlisle McKinney Yes terday. A deal was closed yesterday where by Mr. C. D. Anderson purchased from Mr. Carlisle McKinney two warehouses in the rear ot the Far Ti ers and Merchants bank building Tv.o purchase price waa approxi mately $4,000. These warehouses art located near the railway cut end at present are used hy the firms of Parker and Bolt and the Anderson' Furniture com pany. Mr. Anderson stated yester- > day tbat these firms would stilt h?ve'1 an option on renting, them. ATToi'.NTY HOSPITAL Seve.al Hate Undergone Operations Ia test Few Days. The following underwent opera tions for appendicitis at the Ander son county hospital on Friday and vo reported as doing well: ^atrs. N. A. Vpyles of the^county, Miss Cleveland of- t?e Equinox mill, and Mrs. T. A. f'VttOJrd ot Belton. . Mr. O. K. Toora finder went oper ation for appendicitis yesterday and ia very ranch improved. AU Day Singing at Fast's fi rere. Tlier^ wiil he an all-day Singing at Pant's Grove next Sunday, October 3 i Everybody ls cordially invited, enpec- j dally all good Ringers. Bring yobrV books, some sincera and a well filled ll beske?. 1 L-L--1_Jflai M ~i Ge?abarg*s Potato Chipa Frosh, and Crisp Daily, Phone No. 733. 1 First Class Material I WiM Give a Modest House a Handsome Appearance No matter how well you may build your house, cheap doors, cheap sash or cheap interior trimmings will give the whole house a cheap look. Don't be fooled into buying the "cheapest stuff," thinking that you are practicing economy, for when your house is completed it will look $ 1,000.00 cheaper than that of your neighbor, who has bought the best stock to be had; and naturally he came here for it. The Best is the Cheapest in the Long Run Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Siding, Flooring, Ceil ing, Sash, Doors, and Blinds, Beaver Board, Common and Pressed Brick, Lime and Cement, Plaster and Plaster Hair, Composition Roofing, Paint, Galvanized Tin, Shingles and Builders Hardware. Everything that goes into the building of a house. Y Y x7 IX Lat Mt ments notice to do any sort pf repair work around the house; also to build a chicken-coop or out-house, or any other thing needed. Phone 267. Townsend Lumber Go. Remember This Number When You Need Lumber-267-That's Us Wm AT THE BUOU THURSDAY OYSTERS and FISH Half Dosen Pried or Stewed .. .'. .. ." 20c Otto Donen Fried or O/a** Steered. AU Kinde Froth. Fish Dally PIEDMONT CAFE I GUS D. ANTONAK.0S, Prep. CHICORA BANK Petar, S. C. .toga* Capita) and Harpies tlSftyttftAa Collections ?Ive? Cftretel Attention Ellison A. Smyth, .. Jno. A. Iludgcns, President. Cashier. . Ut B. ^ellison, Aeet. Casntar. Belton, C. Capital and Nnrnlu* ftiSftjftMM* CoUectioB? eUrea Prompt Attention Ellison A. Baryta, V?? & Grow, meldest. T. p. , and CasbJer. H. tL CaaspbtH, Asst Cashier.