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WEDNESDAY. < >(.' l\ l-l, l?iui.
Tlie regular fall term ol court <>f
?ouunon pleas convcucd Monday
iioixtirjft with Special Judge Frank 15.
Gary of Abbeville presiding. 'J lie
norning: was spent in arguing a motion
?ii tbe case of Tenney TB, Anderson
Watet* ILight and Power company, and
it wae not until tho afternoon session
that a jury case was taken up.
The first case called was that ol'the
Williamston Oil and Fertilizer com
pany VB. W. C. Adkins and Dr. J. M.
Richardson. This was an action upon
'i note alleged to have been given tho
company by the defendants. The jury
brought in a verdict for the defendant)
Dr. Richardson. Tho plain till'was rep
resented by Bonham & Watkins and
the d?tendant by Tribble & Prince.
Tlie case of W. il. Newell vs. C. ll.
Taylor and Sidney (?winn, an action
for relief for breach of contract, went
to the jury late yesterday afternoon.
Argument was made for the plaintiff
'iy 1>. F. Martin, and for thc defen
dants hy Bucker \ Bren/eale. The
...ase went to the jury this morning.
v?ur local prophet was not far wrong
a predicting frost about the 19th. It
same UTI the Lilli and have had sumo
?very morning since, but every thing
'is so-dry, not much damage has been
.lone by it,.
The scarcity of water is getting to be
i serious thing. So many wells ami
'branches aro going dry, unless it raina
-soon, people will bo put to much incon
venience in getting water for their
.3toCk. Those wells that are giving
Tvater are low and the water is muddy,
and no doubt impure, which will ac
. .?ount for eo-zuany cases of fever in our
utherwiso healthy country. The con
"tinadl dry weather ia hindering farmers
? very rauch about Bowing fall grain.
..But they are utilizing the time in gath
-wring their corn and Cotton, which has
opened so rapidly.
Toe many frienda of Walter Mc
"Whort-er will regret to hear that ho ia
extremely ill with fever at the home of
his parents near Denver. His sister,
.Miss Bessie McWhorter, who has buen
?sick with malarial fever at George
town, wnere she was acting as stenog
rapher for the law firm of Hazard A
Co.. bas recovered sufficiently to return
Mis? Jennie Erwin, of Honen Path, is
visiting bei aunt, Mrs. Wm. Erwin, of
Centerville Mille, who is quite sick.
Arthur Erwin, of Darlington, has
been called home by the extreme ill
ness of his mother, Mrs. Wm. Erwin.
Mrs. I'hama Brock and children, of
Honea Path, returned home Monday,
after a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Kev. 8. W. Henry, who has been ill
. ?to long with fever at the parsonage at
Pendleton, is now ablo to resume bis
work. He preached an excellent ser
mon at Sandy Spring last Sunday to an
: Appreciative audience.
The enterprising members of Sandy
Springs Church nre renovating and
making some improvements on tho
church building, which will add much
io its appearance.
Harris Bridge News.
This section was visited by frost
Misa Beulah Thompson, of Lebanon,
.entertained her Sunday School class
with a picnic last Saturday. It was an
'interesting scene to see Miss Beulah
with her little children playing and
.enjoying the day, which wan much en
joyed by all, and they long to see the
day when their teacher will give them
the opportunity of being together on
.another such occasion.
On last Sunday there assembled in
"the handsome Church, Concord, nnar
-Anderson, a large and expectant e
.?nee to hear the singing so deaerv ...
.-popular and good. At ll o'clock we
..gathered in the church. A song waa
cielldwed by an appropriate prayer
by Mr. Will. Stevenson. A vision of
loveliness and beauty charmed the audi
.ecce to euch an extent that the song,
"Glory," an old hymn, was applauded
to the echo. This stirring piece found
i response in every patriotic heart.
This number waa followed by well
selected songs when all went into the
<?rove and partook of some sumptuous
::ood ^prepared by the kind Indien.
Af ter dinner all went into tho church
and our pen can't do justice to the fine
-singing led by Prof. Milford, Hale Har
bin and others. We patiently wait
and wish for another good singing.
Charlie Cobb and Perry Smith, of
Helton, were in our midst Saturday
aud Sunday. They are members of
the W. O. W., and attended a meeting
At Lebanon Saturday.
.We are looking forward to hear the
-wefifting bells ring ore many, more
Cotton will all be gathered soon in
our section, and Borne are ready to
/iave their corn shreded.
NV. M. Speer ImS recovered from his
.pell of sickness and is now able to be J
- in the atore.
Mies Bessie Jonen, the popular oasis
? tam of 'Am Mt. Carmel High School.
' came up lost Friday and stayed until
Monday morning with Mrs. J. T.
3 as. T. Baker, of Washington, ie at
. the home of his parents for a fow days
?looking after his farniB, etc.
Charlie Bowen, of Calhoun Falls.
. ?pent S und ny night in town with
?ev. "W. 8. Handler, of Seneca, tilled
ilia regular appointment in tho Presby
terian Church Sunday. In the after
noon he. gave a talk to the children,
which was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mr?. S. F. Eppe have issued
""siwitationa to the marriage of their
vrtxC. JJ?M Carrie Gunnel, to Mr.
Henry v.'anisie ou ibo 2?ltu inst, at 3
o'clock p. ??. They are both popular
. younjr people, and we extend in ad
-.vance our congratulations.
SCr*. T. D.Cofi.ey waa in Anderson
last Wednesday shopping.
Mrs.PsArdrniPiessley leaves Wednes
-.dayXifu' Uadksonville, Florida, where
vidi* yoes to join her husband, who is in
bud nesa there.
toTBs. Fulton Chnkscales, of Troy, is
.-visiting ber father's family, Mr. Clink
*~Mrt T*??f?oy?. of Walhalla, is
-visiting thar -daughter, Mrs. D. K.
' COO 167 ?
Mrs. Carrie Latiner, o? Anderson, is
?n town visiting relatives.
"WANTED- ?edy or gentleman of fair
?education to travel for a firm of #250 000
capital. falaryilOT per year and e*
poiifli*, paid we*klv. Address B?. Perol
. val. Anderson, 8. C.
Heating fltovea of aU kind? are carried
d>y ?uiHvan Hdw. Co. It you are io
?ttrefcUd eall on them and vau can n*r> th*
mott coiupleiellne tver brought to Au?
Tht! Bentley Hall Concert Company, j
:i> thc lirai uttiuction ol thu tori .
Lyceum, appeared at th?' hall of the
Helton High School laut Tuesday
night. This troupe, consisting of
Walter Bentley Hall, barutone soloist;
Miss Tiiublin, reader; and Mr. Hick
man, violinist, rendered a most excel
lent and mont attractive program. Mr.
Hall har. a voice lull and effective.
Ilia interpretation of tho many .Scotch
and Ii iah ballads was channing. Miss
Timblin lian an uuu8ual amount of
modeaty ami naturalness ot manner.
Never have readings been mope enjoy
ed in Helton tlian were tho selections
which alie recited Tuesday evening.
Mr. Hickman, while quite a young
man, ahowed himself to be au accom
plished violinist. He charmed tho
audience with the "Romance" as ho
played it, putting his whole amil into
tho effort. His needless to say that
the audience spent a must delightful
evening and tHat Mr. Hall and his
company will he welcomed at Helton
at every opportunity.
The brick ami wood work of tho
new warehouse ol'H. A. Geer & Co.
is about completed and Mesara. Archer
vV Non is, ot Audei Hoii, will put on the
root this week.
M isa M all ie Geer ba's resigned the
principalahip ot the Mill School and
Ima been succeeded by Miaa .Majora.
Miss 1'awnee Sutherland has been
chosen a teacher in tho school to till a
vacancy resulting from promotions.
Mr. Bankin, of LowndeBville, has
come to Helton to take a position in
Hopper's Drug Store. Mr. Wayne
Faut, who Ima held a position with
this establishment, has resigned it.
Corner Creek Comments,
It becomes our sad duty this week to
chronicle the death of Miss Fannie
Lomax, which occurred Sunday morn
ing, Kith inst. She has for several
mont lui past been suffering w ith that
dreadful disease, consumption, and
her death, though expected, waa a
frreat shock to those dearest to her in
ile. She wan the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lomax and had
just reached the age of womanhood,
but the Lord, who gave, has taken her
back to that eternal home, where peace
and joy forever reigns. She was a
faithtul member of tho Harker? Creek
Church, whore the funeral services
were conducted to-day by her paBtor,
Kev. R. W. Hurts, after which her re
mains were laid to rest in the grave
yard there amid a large concourse c."
M ?RS Mary Arnold, of linnea Path,
is in our midst for a few days with tho
family of L. A. Shirley. Miss Arnold
is quite a favorite with those who
know her and also a mont excellent
Einnoist, for indeed she charms her
Mrs. H. F. (iassaway is visiting rela
tives near Sept us this week.
J. M. Mitchell is using tho paint
bruah on his dwelling which, ot course,
adda greatly to thu attractiveness of
Marshall Bigby and George Kay
spent Sunday in Abbeville with loved
The cotton picking season is draw
ing to a close. Only about two more
weeks of back-bonding and we will
cease to gather tho staple for this year.
The crop has been larger than we ex
pected. Most everybody is making a
fair yield per acre this yoar of cotton
and corn, and now it we will only con
tinue to hold our cotton for a few
weeks no doubt we abai! receive twelve
cents for it, for it has been gathered
without any rain falling on it to stain
it; hence 12 ct>nts should be paid for
same and the poor, hard working far
mers ought by all means to receive it
instead of the speculators.
This dry, dusty weather continues
and the farmers can't BOW any grain
until some rain falls to wet the earth.
Wo are well and doing well.
Fair Play News.
It continues dry and dnaty, and the
farmers are busy aa bees harvesting
Miss Pearl Marett and sister have
been visiting relatives at Westmin
Mis? Emily Compton, who has been
teaching Behool near Walhalla, has re
There are two ginneries in operation
here aud they are kept quite huey.
P. H. Iabell and wire have moved to
Seneca. We regret to see them leave
and wish them success in their new i
M. C. Harton and his lovely bride
have returned from a visit to the
Wot Id's Fair.
Work on the New Presbyterian
church has commenced.
Miss Sallie Shirley, of Town ville,
visited friends here recently.
B. H. Glymphond wife, accompanied
by their nephew, Joe Sullivan, went on
tho recent excursion to Atlanta, and
report a fine time. Mr. (Hy m nh and
R. H. Price purchased a drove of young
mules in that city and will bring them
back through the country.
The 20th of October.
All of our Institutions for orphans
have agreed to ask the good people of
the State to devoto one day in October
to the] orphans. Young and old, rich
and poor alike are asked to give the
proceeds of one day1* work to their lit
tle fatherless brothers and sisters. The
day for the Thorn well Orphaoage,
Clinton, is the 2l>th of October. There
are 200 orphans in the Institution.
Send your gift for these orphans to Rev.
Wm. P. Jacobs, Clinton S. C.
Leiter to J. M. Sullivan.
Anderson, 8. V.
Daar Rlr : You aro interested In the
prosperity of your town. Y>u eau con
tribute tu it materially, and give it a far
moro prosperous look at tba aa m o time.
Perhaps tba public property uetda a
good coat of paint
Devoe wiii auppiy that cost v itu two?
thirda of the number of gallooa r. quired
of any other. Devoe will last twice as
long HR any otber. Devoe ia all paint
and full-measure. Devon ia tbeatrongeat
pa nt known. Devoe will take CATO of
tba property, in tbe long run, for half
th* money rt qui red by any other.
Tba reaaon I? elated above : Devoe la
all paint and full-meatiure : tbe atrongeat
E. D. Jewell, Corry, Pt>., ralnted blt
house 5 years ?go wltb a mixed paint ;
took 14 gaden?. Last ppring ba repaint
ed with Devoe ; bought 14 ?a lona and
bad 4 lan. Saved ?15 to $20, for painting
coate two or three time? a* muon aa the
F. W. ?> KV OK & Co.
P. S.-W. L. Briaaey wella our paint.
Acid Iron Mineral quickly relieve? and
permanently corea Ior*.lge*tlon and all
atomach trouble*. Hanno+qual for dla
*aa*-a'ptcullarto women. Price only 50o
Try lt. Sold by D-ugglat*.
DAVIS Sc DANI CI, MlOE STORE,
(P.atOnVe Block, auderaop.)-"Pratt!
. Ht Shoe Store iii tho Slate."' nen our
big New Stock? / Ever} budy welcome.
.. ni. f. i&'-Ai
liadly Wauled, ile Left Town.
I.OUis 1 lentil i-tiri, win? \n ?ail] to
ia vu com mi ti ni a minder in Atlanta
two ycart) a.o, rame l>a<;k to the city
two day? ago, ccu rt il a position in a
Iinji steVo and', hu rsi I ay night hu flim
tlammetfhia employer otu of -T"? and
Henderson reached tlic city Tuesday
from Ander?1 ?, H. C., and went to
work on Wed. vl?y for Dr. W. N.
Kennedy, who .. dm/* atore at 2:w
Decatur H">>- Kennedy knew
the man, .. corked for him
eleven yean -partanburg, 8.
C. He did i owever, at thu
time of th? . Jor.
Thurso gentleman, who
cainu to / 'i b,i uxcurHion from
Anderson, \ into Dr. Kennedy's
drugstore ai., purchased medicine to
the valno of *:i. He gavo the druggist
a $5-bill. Henderson stepped for
ward and said :
"Dr. Kennedy, I will go out and get
that hill changed for yon.''
He wa? given tho money and he left
the store. Time passed and he dill
not return. Dr. Kennedy'? daughter
told lier father ?ho had met Henderson
on Decatur street, and he was walking
very fast, with hin hat pulled down
over his eyes. He did not ?peak w hen
she accosted him.
Another person who know Hender
son reported that hu uaw him going
out Marietta street. It is believed
Henderson went to Howell's station
for thu purpose of hoarding the exeur
B:on train to Anderson, S. C. City and
county policemen were notitied of thu
altair, and steps were taken to catch
Henderson, but hu was not captured.
Dr. Kennedy says he has since been
informed that Henderson cut a mau to
death in Atlanta two year? ago, near
thu Exposition cotton mills, and that
there is a reward for him.
Hendurson is tt? years old and weighs
about 1US pounds. Hu lia.' a palo com
plexion, and his hair and moustache
are black.-Atlanta Constitution, 15th
Hobbed the (?rave
A startling incident, ls narrated by
John Oliver, ot Philadelphia, as follows :
"I was In an awful condition. My akin
waa almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
ooated, pain continually in back and
sidon, no appetite, growing weaker day
by day. Three pbysicluns hod given mu
up. Then I wea advised to use Electric
Bitters; to my great joy, the first bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
tinned their ose for toree weeks, and am
now a well man. I know they robbed
the grave of another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cents,
guaranteed, at Orr, Gray &*Co., drug
We have great inducements to offer
you in Hosiery, Panta, Overalls, Drawers,
Pieoe Goods, etc. We will bo in our offioe
for the next sixty days. Buy from us
you pet the mill prices. We save you
tbe jobbers profits. Call on us and be
convinced. Wo aro selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchanta and Mill Agenta
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
dollara to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martio, Attorney-at-Low.
Cured Fifty Hoadaohes
In one day while distrlbnting free sam
Eles ot Nervalglne, and will cure five
audred if I caa find that ninny suffer
ers. You mu no risk, for it ia harmless,
and it dnea the work in five to ten min
utes. Four dotes 10c. Hold by all drug
DAV SM JU DANIEL SHOE STOKE,
(Post Office Bloc ii, Anderson.-"Pretti
est Shoe store in the rita'.?-." Our Bpecial
boast: We keep the best ShoeB to be
found on the market.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever
heard of. Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the
best. It sweeps away and cures Burns,
Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Bolls, Ulcera. Skin
Eruptions and Piles. It's only 25, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by Orr,
Gray A Co., Druggist.
Churches at Constantinople, Turkey, and
Yokaboma, Japan, haye long used tbe
Longman & Martinez Paints for painting
Liberal contributions of L. ?fe M. Paint
will be given, for auch purposes wherever
a church is located.
F. M. Scofield, HarrlB Springs, 8. C.,
writes, "I painted our old homestead
with L. & M. twenty alx years ago. *Tot
painted since ; looks better than bor. is
painted in the laat four years."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va.,
writes, "Painted FrankenburgBlook with
L. it M. shows bett- r than any buildings
bore have ever done ; stands out as
though varnished, and actual cost of
?alnt waa less than 81.20 per gallon.
(Taara and covers like gold."
These celebrated Palnta are sold by F.
B. Crayton, Anderson ; T. L. Hopper,
Bolton ; T. C. Jackson, Iva ; E. 8. Hor
ton, Lowndesvlllc 11-8
Grasa and Bush Blades and Snaths
will soon be in demand. Sullivan Hdw.
Co. have them at lowest prices.
When you want a Gun you should net
fall to call on Sui tyan Hdw. Co. Tbla
firm hnc bought more than five time? as
many Guns aa during any former year
and oan show yon a Hoe from which yon
can get just what yon want. Anyone oan
afford to buy a Gun at the low prieas at
which they are aelling them.
The Sullivan Hardware Co. are having
a great ron on Stoves. They haye jost
received their third full car load of thece
g'toda thlB Fall. People are rapidly learn
leg that thia reliable firm Bella Stoves
that will give more heat and burn leas
fuel than any ot hors on the market. The
quality and the price of these Stove?
mnat be right, otherwise they would not
sell so readily.
Never Ask Advlos.
When you have a oonah or cold don't
ask what ls good for lt and get some
medlo ne with little or no merit and per
haps dangerous. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar, the greatest throat and lung
remedy, lt cures coughs and colds quick
ly. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
A foll and completo line of Household
and Kitchen Hardware baa been added to
the macy otber departments already car
ried by Sullivan Hardware Co. ThlB
stock comprises all of the "household
economies" that cost co little and are
wortn so much. Thia firm would like to
have all of the ladlea call and ase the
many good things they have In thia
MONEY TO LOAN for home oliente
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
Can you shave yourself, or do yon ont
yourself wtien shaving? If s> you
should have one of Sullivan Hdw. Co's.
Safety Razors. They are unconditionally
warranted to do just what they represent.
Great numbers of them are being sold
and every one using them la highly
Physiotens Endorse A-l-M.
Dr. R. C. Johnson, BiriDger, M!sa. :
1 have used Acid Iron Mineral tn my
practice for nearly 5 years. I have
thoroughly experimented with lt and
find lt h ?AB no equal aa a Nervine. Blood
Purifier and Liver Medicine. Nothing
surpasses it la the treatment of Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea, Flax, Cutan
eous Diseases, Chronic Diseases,-?spe
cially of females. For Prolapsus and
Irregular Menses nothing can compete
with lt. It stands aa an antidote against
half the diseases of the human family.
Trade A-l-M mark on emoh bottle.
Sold by druggets.
Add Iron Mineral Co.,
' Columbia, 8. a
! A i'n H rn fi :?.<.'! cu re for sore head chick* 1 /
' ? ns a? ? r<4\ lon'* i ?mu Ht.,n-. 1 j -
DAVIS ?S> IM M l.t. SHOT. STOKE, ,
I' >M OJ lieu lil* ck, Anderson.; -* l*r#*tt i
vst S'ion Store in iii? ^tB'e " (?ueen
! Quality ami Imperial ; Walk-Overs and
i 1 " 1 M i ? |. ?* i-.
Don't Make a Mistake.
I Mmy persona suffer from ?lizzlness, i
j headaches and backaches who treat them
MI Iv ?vi for stomach troubler or rheums
I lisna, wlion iheir dltuAse is Home affec
tion of the kidneys which could be
quickly cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar. 'i'ake it in limo. ' KefiiHe substi
tutes. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Danger In Fall Colds.
Fall colds are liable to hang on all
winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia,
bronchitis or consumption. Foley's
Honey sud Tar cuten ?lulckly and pre
vents serious results, lt is o?d ?nd reli
able, tried and teated, ssfe and sure, con
tains no opiatos and will not constipate,
j Hold by Evans Pharmacy.
WANTED-A whit? mun to run a
farm. A poly to Hr. VV. H. Nardin, Jr.,
Peoples Hank Building. Iii-3
"Watch the Kidneys."
"Whoo they are alfeoted, life ia In dan
Kor," says Dr. Aburnothy, Hie great Eog
I lish physician. Foley's Kidney Cure
rnaaoH sound kidneyr-. Sold by Evans
"Should Old Acquaintance Bs Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usunllv kept
in Drugstore? ?lon't forget that W?hlte
A. Willi ito are generally open from 10 a.
I m. to 5 p. m. Lucia Paint*, as good as
I the best and aa cheap as the cheapest, al
waya un band.
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind.,
I knew what to do in toe hour of need.
I His wife bad suoh sn unusual case of
I stomach and liver trouble, physicians
! could not help her. He thought of and
tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she
I got relief at once and was tinaily cured.
Only ?i?c, at Orr, Gray & Co's., Drug
Spent More Than $1000.
"My wife suffered from lung trouble
I for fifteen years, she tried a number of
I doctors and spent over S1000 without re
lief," writes W. \V. Baker, of Plainview.
I Neb. "She became very low and lost all
I hope. A friend recommended Foley'?
I Honey and Tar and, thanks to this great
I remedy, it saved her life. She enjoy?
I better health than she bas known in len
I years." Refuse substitutes. Sold by
I Evans Pharmacy.
I A gnarantaed core for sore head chick'
I ens at Gray ton's Drug Store. 14-UH.
A Dozen Times a Night.
"I have had kidney and bladder tron
I ble for years, and it became BO bad that :
I was obliged to get up at least a dozei
I times a night," says Mr. Cwen Dann, o
Benton Ferry, W. Vs. "I uever receive*
any permanent benefit from any med!
cine until I took Foley's Kidney Car?
After using two bottles, I am cured/
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
A Great Seuaatlon.
There was a big sensation in Leesvllh
Ind., when W. H Brown ofthat plac?
who was expected to die, had his lil
Hayed by Dr. King's New Discovery ft
Consumption. He writes: "I endure
innumerable agonies from Asthma bt
your New Discovery gave me imm?diat
relief and soon thereafter effected a con
plete cure." Similar cares of Consamf
tion, Pneumonia, Bronchitis and G ri
are numerous. It's the peerless ramed
for all throat and long troubles. Fri
50c, and $1.00. Guaranteed by Or
Gray <fe Co., Druggist. Trial bottles frc
- The strike of the stone cutters
still on in Charleston.
\ Hath lu Nature's Sulphur Kp ring
ill ita 11/iahb aud Ton? Ob tai md by
'"sing Hancock'* Liquid Sulphur.
With thin most valuable internal and
?xternal tonic, everyone may have at
jome all the health bringing luxury of
Other moat valuable proportion ot' thia
iterling preparation result in ita un
erring a clear and highly beautified
complexion on thoso who use Hancock'?
Liquid Mulphur according to directions.
lt is Nature's greatest germicide, a cure
br acne, itch, pimples, herpe?, burua
md scaids, prickly heat, di pt nena, ring
worm, catarrh, cauker ana eoreness of
icslp, eyelid**, now, mouth or throat.
I'rincipal druggists sell it. Descriptive
booklet of Hancock L'quld Sulphur Co.,
Acid Iron Mineral is working wonders
among tho aillloted. It is curing your
neighbor why not you. Price only 60
:ts. Try it. Sold by Druggists.
never sickens tho patient nor leaves
ita work half done. It is an absolute
cure for Bad Blood, Kidney and Liver
Troubles and ailments emanating
from impaired digestive organs.
For Over 35 Years
This king of remedies has been ma
king steadfast friends. It is not a
patent medicine, buta pure vegetable
extraction from a species of Hydran
gea plant. If the first bottle does not
prove ita efficacy gp back and get
WILL YOU BE ONE?
There are about seven million peo
ple in the U. 8. who have savings ac
counts. These accounts show an av
erage of $400 each; seventy out of
every hundred persona starting savings
accounts with one dollar keep them
going, and in a short time have seve
eral hundred dollars. If you will
open an account with the Saving De
partment of the Bank of Anderson
there are seventy chances out of a
hundred of your sooner or later hav
ing the average.
THE BANK 'JF ANDERSON,
The oldest and 'jtroDgest Bank in the
There's a Snap and Finish
Hi.'* ? Syri nx.' N.V.
NOT FOUND IN OTHER LINES.
?Lil the success ox a Suit of Clothes depends C? tho Flt.
Fit stands for comfort, for health, for shapeliness, for
All these points have been well brought ont in Kuppen
heimer's Une of Snits and Overcoats for Fall and Winter.
We invito your inspection pf these garments,
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REESE & BOLT,
SoleJAgonts 2Tawes $3.00 Hats,
Clothiers, Hatters and Fnrnlshes:s.
IS WHAT WE ARE AFTER.
Gi a Bu Stoc
To Do the Business, Too.
We are leading all former sales.
Why 1 Because we are selling good, reliable Merchan
dise at xeasonable prices.
All Anderson County knows we carry a big stock of?
Some of you may not know how reasonable yon can buy
good, reliable Goods (rom ns.
We would like to have every lady ?hat comes to the city
Our Millinery and Dry Goods
We are almost sure to have what yon are looking for. :
If you buy from us the style, the quality, and the prie*
will be right.
Want every man and boy that comes to the city to visit
Clothing and Gents' Furnish**
We can SHOE tho whole family in good wearing and
good looking Shoes.
Come? let ns talk it ever..
We want to know you and you to know ns.
Best advertisement we can put ont is a satisfied custom-?
er. If we make friends with you, you wili send ns your
friends. Come to see us.
CF. JONES C
Tor Men, Women and Children.
Yes, in Abundance,
v Our buyers are home, and we can conscientiously say
they have bought one of the largest and most np*to-datd
Stock of Merchandise ever brought to our city. Now? for
Fine Dress Goods,
We will atp te that no one in Upper South Carolina can touok
us on prices. They are in reach of all.
We lay special stress on our beautiful line of
Dress Goods; and
Eight styles, and, best of all, the BIGHT PSXCm . j
We have the leading al ades to show our friends and ona*
tome?. Yon will do well to inspect kessers Goods before
you make your purchase, ss wa certainly will give yon right
prices. No comp etltbr can touch ntl in quality and prices.
Come to our Big Store and see the beautiful styles in a?
departments. We hope to be honored with a eal! from yon
at an early date. Yon? for trade,
IV S,--We have some beautiful Premiums in ?took for
your inspection. Como and see for yourself.