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x, >cal News.
WEDNESDAY. JULY I fi 1903.
. Mrs. Marshall Blackman had the
tilisfortune to get a fall last week that
?eriously injured her back. The doc
tor had to bo called aud she wan laid
<up in bed for several days. But we
are glad to learn that she is now able
to be up and is improving slowly.
Mrs. Maggie Garrison has been quito
poorly for some weeks. Her Bister,
Jim. J. B. Douthit, and daughters,
Misses Cunio ana Gertrude, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dickson, of
birmingham, Ala., are tho guests of J.
I). J/cLlroy and family.
Hon. W. H. Perry, of Walhalla, was
the guest of W. D. Garrison Sunday.
Miss Sadie Garrison spent several
-daya last, week with relatives in An
derson and Pendleton.
Mrs. Brooks Galley, of Anderson,
visited her sister, mis. Docia Derri
-cott, last week.
Miss Anna Blackman, of Anderson,
was the guest of J. W. Ilotbrock's
family last week.
Mrs. Emma Major and little daugh
ter, Pattie, of Picken a, who have been
spending some -time with relatives
here, left Saturday to visit Sam'l Ma
jora' family at Anderson.
Messrs. Paul Sullivan and Singleton,
of Fort Madison, S. C., wer? the guests
of J. Bold Garrison Monday night.
Misses Leila and Eula Kay spent last
week at home. They have positions in
Anderson and do not often got a week
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leo spent the4th
with relatives in Walhalla.
J. B. Reeves and Manson Jolly and
.sister, Mies Lillian, visited relatives in
?Ooo nee and attended the picnic at
Townville on the 4th.
The colored people celebrated the
""glorious 4th" as though it was eman
cipation day. Even the convicts, who
are at present our road workers, pot a
?day aa and some extras on their bill of
fare. That is at it should be. A crim
inal 4e still a human, and a little kind
sees shown him may make him less
evilly inclined in the future.
Mrs. M. C. Smith has been on the
?ick list-for-several days with a biliouo
Mrs. A. J. ?foor? baa been suffering
This-eoctiou has had an abundancefof
train in ?the la?t ten days, with favora
ble weather in the intervals, and the
ree, pi d improvement in growing cropa is
jffeea "minai. Most or farmers nave
vrfcen .;i cps clean and are looking for
-?va..- with pleasant anticipations to
"'laying by time,7' in the near future,
"laen they can sit at ease in the shade
?rad eat f rait and melons, go visiting or
There is a great deal of disaatisfac
ctiou along this line about the telephone
service. For the lost two months the
?telephone has been practically useless.
3No scatter how urgent the message, it
<oulrl not be sent. Is there no remedy
Sor this state of affairs Y If so, lotus
fia ve it at once, or give us the o.dhome
If any one knowo a true and tried
comedy for hoa cholera please make it
tcnown for the benefit of the pabilo.
Some fine hogs in this section are af
fected with that disease, or something
?similar to that. The farmers woald be
willing to pay for a remedy that would
prove a sore euro. incognita.
i umm 9 wmm
Hemes for the Delegates.
The Salada Baptist Arsnelatlon will
?nest at Salem Church, three mlle? north
?of this city, on the 28tb, 29?h ?nd SOth
anet. The delegates from the various
Charchas have been assigned to the
?homes of the following oltlseo?;
Anderson, 1st.O O Barr?as.
Anderson, 2nd....?.F. L. Brown.
Barker's Creek...W. W. Leathers.
Belton, 1st..,.J. A. Eikew.
Belton, 2nd.qn*a. Dann.
Bethany...........W. P. Ssevanson.
Big Cook.D. E. Brown,
Broadmouth.".J. B. Watson.
Cedar Grove. deronco Barr?as.
Cross Roads.Jobn Btkew.
.Dorchester.W. G. Hambree.
<fiSareka.....".T. H. Burris*.
drat Creek.S. N. Browne.
?lat Rock_.F. F.KIog.
Monea Path.W. lt. Barriss,
Hopewell.......Tu H. Barriss.
Keowee........J. F. Martin.
?Lebanon.T lore uo King.
?Little River.VV. B. Hambree,
Cong Branch.A. M. Hombree.
Mispah._.Mrs Sable Kay,
Mt Bethel..............W. T. McGill.
ML Creek...........Levi J. Barr?as.
Steers Creek.F. L. Brown.
New Prospect.Reuben Burrlss.
Orrville.J. L, Jolly.
Pehsor, lat.Nelson R. Green.
Pendleton.R, M. Barr?as.
Poplar Springs.D. 8. Simpson.
Riverside.J. A. Eskew.
Rocky River..W. C. Cann.
Qfaady Grove.J. /. O'Neal.
Tabernacle.D. 8. Slmpaon.
Townvlllo.W. H. Uienn.
Triangle.".R. M. Borrias
Turkey Creek....Luther J. Burria?.
tinton.J. Bo ?oe Borrina.
Welcome.J. P. MoClelland.
Whitefield.Mrs. Laurs King.
WU l ia tunton.W. A. Watson.
Ali visiting: brethren will be arranged
for. P. F. KINO,
~ The' l'if rt inont Association will convene
? with the Mt. Pisgah Church, Anderson
. Connty, on July 30tb, 1905 i no oom*
cnittee on hospitality have assigned dele
agates as follows:
All visiting brothers to W. C. Scot!.
Easley, No. 1....J. MC. Webb.
Eaaley, No. 2.W. W. Callaham.
s?Ut Rook.,.C. 8. Ball.
White Plains.F. Bagwell.
Mt. Carmel.W. fl Mauldln.
Iilberty.J M. Lon rr.
Slx-and-Twonty.R. C. Wll*on
. Siloam... J..?.W. F. Davis.
. Central-.-.J. W. Wyatt.
? Beaverdam.R. J, Hendrix.
./.Rook springs.Thomas Stigall.
. Mt. Springs.Lee Campbell.
Oorrinth, No. 1.W.O. Watkins.
.vCorrlnth, No. 2..........J. H. Watson.
vJBnon.E. F. Allgood.
. Refuge.-.J. F. Mauldln.
. <3eorgo Creek.J. Jameson.
?Reuni?n.W. Ti. Long.
MC Airy.Monroe Bagwol;.
friendship.A. M. Rouiason.
R. C. WILSON,
uh m. Oom.
All persons interested in the Cerne
tay at Shiloh Baptist Church, near
Evergreen, are requested to meet there
work on Friday morning before the
3rd Sunday in July. ^
? Misses Fannie Earle a^d Janie Ham
fun, of Anderson, have been spending
sisme time with the former5? * grandpa
?ants, Rev- and Mrs. J. R. Earle. .
Miss A. E. Earle and WiUie McGreg
.st tia ve returned'homo after spending1
.?severa! weeks in Georgia. . -s . ^
.Crops look well, fruit is plentiful and
?are are all getting ready for the "Old
folk's Singing." and are anticipating a
???ood time. We hope a large crowd of
-old folks will be present ana take part
in the singing. E, E.
Death of Kev. John Atta way.
Kev. John Attaway, a well known
Methodist minister, died al Iiis home in
Williainston yesterday morniug at 3
o'clock. He had been confined to Iiis
bed for several weeks and during that
time his sufferings were lutenso.
The deceased had been a minister of
his Church for nearly a half century,
and was a toalous, devoted worker in
the Master's cause.
The funeral services were conducted
yesterday afternoon by Kev. S. Lan
der, I). I)., assisted by Rev. K. A. Child
and Kev. A. J. Cuuthen, jr., after
which the remains were interred in the
A devoted wife, five sons and three
daughters are loft to cherish his mem
ory, und in their bereavement they
have thc sympathy of a wide circle of
friends throughout the State.
Death of a Little Child.
Little Mary Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Hall, died on Tuesday
morning at 9 o clock, after an illness
of some six weeks, with cholera infan
tum. She was one year old on Jnly 4,
and bad been a bright, healthy baby
until stricken with this fatal illness.
Their friends and neighbors sympa
thize with these parents in their sore
affliction. Their consolation lies in
the knowledge that their earthly babe
has become a heavenly cherub.
The interment took place this morn
ing at Silver Brook Cemetery.
Caught the Coon.
Last week O Hice r Lan ford received a
telephone message from the Chief of
Police at Anderson, telling him to look
out for a darkey supposed to be work
ing here by the name of Moorman
Golden. He immediately went over to
the cotton mill and got in conversa
tion with a darkey named Charley
Blakely who fitted the description he
had received, and soon discovered that
hehadtheman wanted. He arrested
him and at once notified the authori
ties at Anderson, and the following
day Mr. Johnston, to whom he was
bound by contract, called for him and
took him off, leaving with Officer Lan
ford the reward ottered for the coon
with a string of alias-Moorman Gold
en alias John Moore alias Coon alias
Charley Blakely.-Woodruff News.
Visiting the Schools.
The following is the itinerary of
Miss Leila Rassellfor next week among
the schools of the county:
Monday afternoon, July 20th, at Con
cord school house at 4 p. m.
Tuesday morning, July 2int, 10 a.m..
at New Prospect for this and Hunters'
Tuesday afternoon, July 21st, 4 p.
m., at New Hope school house.
Wednesday. July 22nd, 10 a. m., at
Moun tin Creek.
Wednesday, July 22nd, 4 p. m., at
Thursday, July 28rd, 10 a. m., at
Thursday, July 23rd, 4 p. m.. at Va
rennes school house, near V?rennos
Friday, July 24th, 10 a. m., at Cars
Friday? July 24th, 4 p. m., atHebron.
Cedar Springs Institute.
Mr. Editor: The South Carolina in
stitution tor the ?ducation of the deaf
and blind is beautifully situated four
miles south of Spartanburg, near tho
historic Cedar Spring.
This institution was founded in 1849
by Rev. N. P. Walker, father of Prof.
N. F. Walker? who, for more than half
a century, has blessed the deaf and the
blind of the State by his wise and fath
Before entering upon his gret- work,
the noble fount* sr of the institution
visited the Georgia institution for the
deaf at Cave Springe, where he learned
the manual alphabet and a few signs.
The years following 1849, with ita
handful of pupils, have seen wonderful
improvements in our institution.
The State has taken the work in
hand, and we now find 188 students, 54
of this number being colored.
In the school for whites there are 45
blind students, the remainder being
deaf. Tho deaf boys are taught shoe
making, painting and cabinet work? in
addition to the school room course,
while the boys of the blind depart*
mont seat chairs? make brooms? brush
es, mats, mattresses, etc.
The deaf girls do all kinds of fanoy
work and those of the blind department
are taught bead work, etc.
Type-writing on a machine similar
to that used in office work has recently
been introduced into the blind depart
ment. The New York point is another
system of writing. The authorities ot
the institution will gladly show visi
tors their work, whose Bcope is too
great to be explained here.
Music is an important feature in the
education of the blind.
The institution hos a well equipped
gymnasium, where pupils of both de
partments are instructed. It also has
a geod system of water works and an
The closing exercises of the institu
tion were held in the auditorium of the
building, Wednesday 24th ult. This
room, whose seating capacity is one
thousand, was packed. The crowd
has been conservately estimated at
twelve hundred. The audience was
attentive, and the program was a suc
cess throughout. .The class exercises
were very interesting. Of course, only
a partial exhibition of the work could
be given. The audience that df
heard children, who knew not a soon .
answer their teachers promptly by the
motion of her lips. Another interest
ing number was the rendering of the
beautiful hymn, "Nearer My God to
Thee," sung by the blind pupils, fand
signed hy a class of deaf girls who
were prompted in tho time ot the ?nu
sic by their teacher.
We hope that our Anderson people
will visit the institution in which our
County is well represented when op
portunity presents itself. *
J. T. Mann
The Brushy Creek Singing Conven
tion will meet at Mt. Ai rv Jchnro-b on
the third Sunday in this month. Ow
ing to the rains last fourth Sunday the
attendance was small at the last con
vention at Siloam. We are expecting
to have several distinguished music
leaders with us next time. Come one,
come all. R. A. Gentry?
July ll. _ Sec.
' The Greeley Industrial High Sohool
will open a special session July 27to. All
claaaesi abd gradea are taught. Reduced
ratea for preachers and those who enter
too first day? The monthly fees areas
Industrial free to students of the other
Geo. W. Hill. A. B., Prln.
The Kennion of the old soldiers on
the 4th at this place wa? well attended
and highly enjnvod by ali. Excellent
music was furn.faked the occasion by
the Richardson Jirasa Band, of Lavon
ia, Gu. Col. Hoyt, of Greenville, Col.
Bucker, of Anderson, and others made
Miss JL'attie Ledbetter and Miss
Cara Hunt, two of our most popular
young ladies, are visiting relatives and
friends at Seneca.
The refreshing showers in this sec
tion are highly enjoyed by most of our
people, and most refreshing to the
crops and gardens.
Miss BiggerstafT, of Seneca, visited
Miss Lida Johnson last week.
Miss Fannie Earle, of Seneca, attend
ed Church at this place the first Sun
Mies Daisy Williams, a popular young
lady from Westminster, was the guest
ot Miss Dora Wooten last Saturday
Prof. and Mrs. J. B. Felton, of Hen
ea Path, who have been visiting the
family of J. C. Speares, have returned
Miss Blanche Nelson, of Piedmont,
is spending awhile with her cousin,
Miss Varioa Smith.
W. D. Giles, of Spartanburg, visited
his father, CD. Giles, quito recently.
Miss Nellie Harris, a charming young
lady from Fort Hil!, spent several days
visiting friends and relatives in this
Mrs. J. W. Byard and Mn. McGee,
of IJeneca, were the guests of W. T.
Hnnt last week. \
.flfaj. J. W. Gaines and little son,
Carl, of Hurtsville, are spending awhile
with his father. J. B. Gaines.
Louis G roy ham; and Miss Dora
Compton, of Andersen, were guests of
F. Grayham Sunday.
Miss Flavia Boggs, who has been
visiting her brother in Atlanta, has
returned home. Pansy.
THE summer school for colored fesch?
ers wdl open July 20th st ll o'clock.
R. E. Nicholson,
Co. Supt. Ed.
WANTED-To rent a store building In
the town of Anderdon by September or
October next, in which to oonduot a neat
business. Will be In Anderson 6a the
10th snd 17th inst. Address T, care A.
M. Carpenter, Anderson, 8. C. lt
All enterprising and successful farm
ers now reaitae toe need of a McCormick
Mower and the grest saving affected by
the use of this excellent mooL.no. ff
you do not possess one of these machines
Sullivan hdw. Co. would be pleased to
show you how lt would benefit you to
If you want a Mower that ls perfectly
adapted to your every requirement, one
that bas moro points ol genuine superior
ity thsn all others combined, one that
will run the longest and cost least to keep
in repair, you n.iould buy a McCormick
from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
If yon patronize Soda Fountains, and
we say right here that a glass of good
nrdo water ls like a midday lunch, drink
Pepsi-Cols, the delloions and healthful
drink. It ia the most cooling and satis
fying, and will not injure the digestion
cr appetite. 5e. at all fountains.
Don't let this opportunity pass and fall
to get a Terracing Plow oheap.
Brook Hardware Co.
Two Battles Cured Hin.
"I was troubled with kidney complaint
for about two pears," writes A. H. Davis,
of Mt. Sterling, Ia., "but two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure effected a perma
nent Core."-Evans Pharmacy.
Sound kidneys are safeguards of life.
Make the kidneys healthy with Foley's
Kidney Cure.-Evans' Pharmacy.
The first cost ls not always the greatest
or only cost in operating a Mower. Sui
liven Hdw. Co. wonld like to demon?
strata to yon why MoOcrmlok Mowers
require so few repairs and to have yon
compare tho coot of snob repairs with
corresponding p???? Tor other .machined.
Fot Plants snd Ont Flowers for sale.
Large and amsil Palms a specialty. Mri
J. F. CUnksosles, 242 North Main St.
A. R, Bscs, of Morgantown, Ind., had
to get np ten or twelve times In the
night, and had s severe backache . end
pains in the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure-Evana' Phar
macy. . .
No Faits daisie.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey and
Tar do not advertise this ss m "sara core
for consumion." They do claim it
will cure In tue early stages snd never
fails to give comfort ana relief in the
worst oases. Foley's Honey and Tar ls
without doubt the greatest throat snd
lung remedy. Remse substitutes.-Evans
The McCormick Vortical Lift Mower
for which Sullivan Hdw. Co. are general
agents can be operated successfully and
satlofsotorily on any land and under any
condition suitable for operating a machine
where the Mower Can bs drawn by the
horses, and, furthermore, can be handled
on ground and under conditions where
an ordinary Mower cannot be run. It is
the only Mower designed both for gener
al cutting snd for rough and stumpy
Bronchitis For Tweaty Years.
Mrs Minerva Smith, of Danville, 111.,
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty
years and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar which is s sure
MONEY TO LOAN-in sums of SlOO
sr more on real estate mortgages. Apply
to Qusttlebsum ?Ss Cochran, Anderson, 8.
Treat Year Kidney's Ter Rhemartii".
When you ore suffering from rheums*
tism, the kidneys most be attended to
at onoe so that they will eliminate the
ario acid from the blood. Foley's Kid
ney Cure ls the most effective remedy for
this purpose.- H.T. Hopkins, of Polar,
Wis., says, "After successfully doctoring
three years for rheumatism with the best
doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure snd
it cured me. I cannot sneak too highly
of thia g. cat medlolne.v-Evans' Phar
FOB SALE.-A lot of second bond
CHURCH PEWS st s bargain. Apply
to C. M. Guest. 1 4t
Whet Other Medicinas Fail
take Foley's Kidney Care. It has cured
when everything else hsd disappointed.
Has it ever occurred to yon how soon a
Mower would pay for liseur uo yon
realise how much good feed for your
stock you annually lose by your failure
to ont the grass, hay, pee vines, etc, si
lowed to go to waste? ft does not lake
much of euoh food to pay for . a McCor
mick Mower from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Temperance is the railing passion of
the dsy sod the soda foaatatn one of its
strongest supporters snd the most de
lightful snd most atttlafyias of si! the
beverages sold by sods fountains ls Pep
si-Cola, the P?prdn drink. It ls healthful.
Try. It fte.
Refined, up-to-date-people always want
the best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS In the Booth. They do
not waste their skill on cheap, fading
Foley's Kidney Cure purifies^ho blood
by straining out Impurities and tones np
tho whole system. Cures kidney asa
bladder trouble.-Evana' Pharmacy.
We have great inducements to offer
you lo Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goode, etc. We will bo In our onie??
for til H npxt Bl-rty ri ay o Ruy frr, rr, na
you set th? milf nric??. We sive you !
the jobbers profits.' Call on ns and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers la the country.
WEBB A CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agente.
a big let of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks for OOo. See Brook Hardware Co.
Buy vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Co.
Bo/ore you sell your chick ons and egga
como and get my pr!-see. I pay cash, and
always the highett price the market
uffrrde. J. G. Templeton,
Next door to Ll sou & Lad bettor. Pat.
rick's old sisad. ~
A few more Knot Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at theold price.
jorock Hardware Co.
MONET TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F, Martin, Attorney-st-Law.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE- "'teated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Conrt House. Apply to J. F.
Clinks eales, Intelligencer office.
THE WELSH NECK HIGH SCHOOL.
Established in 1894.
Began with 60 pupils. NOW HAS 267.
Plant worth $55,000. 85,000 now being spent for im
Boarding patronage has increased from 24 to 196 in six'
Thitfic an indication of the satisfaction it gives.
We will take pleasure in sending you our illustrated catalog.
Address J. W. GAINES, Principal, Herta ville, S. 0. '
McCormick Vertical Lift Mower.
The McCormick Vertical lift Mower, a view cf which ia presented here
with, is specialty designed for cutting on rough and stumpy ground, but ia
also well adapted for general use. Thia machine combines all the essential
features of the most perfect grass-cutting machine. By virtue of ita achieve
menta on rough and uneven fields, aa well as on smooth and level meadow
lands, the Vertical Lift Mower ia generally recognized aa being the best all
purpose Mowing Machine manufactured, The McCormick ia equipped with
devices by means of which the cutter bar can be raised to a vertical position
and lowered by the driver, the machine being thrown in and ont of gear au
tomatically without stopping the team. Thia form of construction ia found
invaluable, aa it enables the operator of the McCormick Vertical Lift to eat
close up to tree, stump or rock, and eave ell the hay,
The cutter-bar is easily raised for passing any- obstruction, and the ma-1
chine ia thrown but of. gear automatically, without any lost of time that
would otherwise be consumed in operating an. ordinary machine under auch
advers? conditions. i
SULLIVAN HARDWARE: CO.
DO YOU WANT
TA MTV AD CCU 9
OFFICE OF J08E?? J. FRET WELL,
. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
ANDERSON, 8. C., Juno lat* 1903.
We are entering the Real Estate Business for the Purchase and Sale of
Real Estate in the City and County of Anderson, and also in. adjoining
If yon have anything in the Real' Estate line that yon wish to sell or
exchange, or if you want to buy desirable City or Country property, improved
or unimproved, it will be to your interest to call and see us.
Wo no w number on our li?t some of the moat desirable landed property
to be found in the Piedmont esction of the Stated
Writs us your wanta, and we will endeavor io reply promptly to all in
quiries. Correspondence solicited from ail who want information in reference
to our count*1/.
Large Tracts will be divided to suit purchasers wjien possible.
We can furnish money on your purchases, where you ard not prepared to
pay all cash.
Send in your names at once, if you wish to buy or sell, aa thia is the time
to get in shape before the Fall months,, and mike your arrangements for next
year. ? 1 * ?
JOSEPH J. FRETWELL,
Dealer in Real Estate, Anderson, B. C.
CRACK COES THE WHIP
IN COME THE ORDERS
SELLS THB VERY BEST GRABES OF y
ATTHE VER7 LOWEST Ct?STf
tt fiay? ?o fertilize your linds
YaaiVss'?h> Oamfto caetatm Ca?
CHARLESTON, fe C
p., .tit,, - - - -- .-~?
We are PiiHm? n?-* nA:i
IPA AIMM Iii.- _* .
?v uuas of m@ron& 110189
. ..'* - \->'i-1 .vi f " " .'< .'.?" ? ,i*,VC??J.'" '.. i^?/vttyf?iv?'
In Every Department !
You should not misa seeing ns
before buying ATOE?^G in
? Geais' FuL'aishii
Hon's and Boys'
The Cash DoU?r
Figure this Simmer.
..... . ? "
IFor Hen, Hfromen and Children.
-4-. Great. SensaHQfi
Greatest Bemovai Sale Ever Knows in this
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Will Move to Larger Quatt?rs?
WE have grown eo fast that we were compelled to look youfc for larger
Stow Booms. - We will occupy two large floofs Mm September lat We /
havs secured th? ve?y beat location in tbk city, where we wUi move
^hird door from the Baak of Anderson,
South Side bf theitablio Square,
Our Departments sro all filled with up-to-date Goods, and Stock etill aa*
broken, we cannot afford to let these Goods lay to be moved to new quasr
tere. No, we will make a great move of all ou? Goods by aelliug them nt
SOME STILL L$S8,
Wo will offer yon every day new bargidns. Wo will not care what the
Goods cost ns, Such a cut w??l be given on prices that wo will startle the
whole community, and ?here will be no questions asked where to go and Uif
them, Go to LESSER & fX>% QIXE LT
We have enough Goods left to Supply the whole County.
Como, follow tho crowd, and look for yourself.
' Wo wm make it. interesting for youy and astonish you by sailing ont
entire Stock of- ~ ..
?.% mich Cut Prices that yea can supply ybur wants fer a Ut?o mOaey,
Come one, come all, and take ftdyentage of ^
Stock must bs reduced by September lat.
UNDER MAGONt? TEMPLE,
LEADERS OPJIiOW I ?J caa.
After September 1st three doors from Bank of ?ndersor?
next to Sullivan Hardway / vo.