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Is Nearing Its End.
In order to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock we
are exceedingly anxious to Dispose of all Summer Goods now
on band* We have many things appropriate for right now
and late Summer that will be of interest. Some
White Goods I
Sn: mer Underwear,
j Muslin Underwear,
Summer Parasols and Umbrellas,
. Summer Belts,
; Summer Corsets,
/ Summer Embroideries.
We have a few
Of Excellent Quality.
Our stock of Bleached and Unbleached Domestics is com
We still have a good assortment of White Canvas Ox
fords for lilies and Children. .
Also, a good line of
' Misc OB* and
TRAVELING OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT.
. , Tn?*., ' ? '. ' ?
Bress Suit Cases,
" Bage, Etc. .
Oirls and Boy? going off to school w?U bear this in &?indV
ilJi :;'v Heschanta will not forget that our
Will open September 1st.
Miss feelen Cater ia in the. North selecting our Fall and
Winter stock. Look out for eur Now Goods.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1905.
THE COTTOH HARKET.
The city graded schools open next
W. M. Speer, of Lowndesville, spout
Monday in the city.
Miss Florence Percival is visiting
relative? in Baltimore.
Rev. J. G. Law, D. P., of Walhalla,
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. John Allen, of Barnwell, is vis
iting relatives in the city?
Jiiss Gertrude Hoyt, of Greenville,
ts visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Annie Sloan, of Charleston,
is the guest of relatives in the city.
Miss Eula May Kay, of Lowndesville,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. F. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Qunttlebaum
are spending a few days at Jocassee.
J. ?. Wakeiield, cashier of the hank
at Piedmont, was in the city Sunday.
Mies May Scott, of Mt. Carmel, is
visiting friends and relatives in the
Mrs. Carrie McCully hus returned
from a short visit to relatives in Wal
Mrs. I. C. Lee, of Newberry, waa
& guest ot relatives in the city last
Miss Fannie Harris, of Abbeville,
was in the city last week the guest of
Mrs. W. B. McKinney is visiting
her d&ughter, Mrs. Sam Hutchison, in
Mrs. W. W. Humphreys has return
ed nome from a month's stay at Way
nesville, N. C.
Dr. L. J. Pi eke UH, of Pendleton, has
been spending a few days in the city
Miss Elizabeth McGee, of Green
ville, has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
S. M. Clayton.
Misses Elsie Brock and Mamie Ken
nedy, of Due West, are visiting rela
tives in the city.
Miss Eunice Bradham, of Sumter, is
spending a few days in the city as the
guest of friends. .
Mr. und Mrs. S. B. Crayton, of
Charlotte, have been spending a short
while in the city.
Mrs. M. A. Murrah and Miss Reba
Bailey have been visiting friends and
relatives in Union.
Mrs. C. F. Green hus returned to
the city after an extended vieit to rela
tives in Charleston.
Mrs. W. R. Hewlett and Misa Kath
leen Hewlett, of Savannah, are visiting
Mrs, Jehu R. Cochran, Jr.
Mr. Leslie Simpson left thia morn
ing for Asheville, N. C., to resume his
studies at Bingham school.
S. A. Linley left Monday morning
for Davidson College, North Carolina,
where he will euler school.
Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Duncan, of
Bamberg were in the city last week
visiting Mrs. R, B. Findley.
Misa* Mattie Bigby, of Macon, Ga.,
spent a few days with relatives in
tue city during the past week.
Monday was Labor Day, but there
was no observance of the holiday in
Anderson except at the poBtoftice.
G. H. Bailee, of the "Bee Hive
Store," has gone to the Northern mar
kets for his tall and winter goods.
Misses Lovie McDavid and Ethel
Willson, of Belton, waa in the city the
latter part of last week with i'riendn,
B.D. Brownlee left the first of the
week for Union where he goes to ac
cept a. position with a drug company.
Mra. R. E Woodruff, of Atlanta, haa
returned to her home after a brief visit
to the family of County Treasurer J.
Miss Leila Moseley, of Lowndes
ville, has been spending several days
in the c i ty as the guest of her brother,
I Mrs. Virginia Hammond and Miss
Maggie Evana have returned from an
extended trip to the Portland exposi
tion and Alaska.
Misses May Scott and Carrie Jones,
of M t. Carmel, S. C., have been spend
ing a few days in Anderson visiting
Miss Minta Pressley.
J. B. Shanklin has been made assis
tant cashier at the Farmers7 and Mer
chants' Bank and entered upon his
work Monday morning.
The handsome sew Watton building
on North Main street ia nearing com
pletion and will be ready for occu
pancy during the month.
Our young friend, C. W. Norry co,
who holde a position on the stall'ot the
Winston-Salem (N. C.) Journal, ia in
the city visiting relatives.
Antreviile defeated Starr in a well
played ?j game at the park Thursday
afternoon by a score of 9 to?. It waa
tho last of the Summer baseball.
Jae. F. Maxwell, a railway mail
clerk with headquarters at Atlanta,
baa returned to his work after . short
vacation spent with his parents.
Mavzicd, on August ??, SODS, by C, !
F. M artin, magistrate* and at nia resi
dence. Mr. Woy mond Bolt and Miss
Lee Broom? allot Broadaway Town
Harried, on Sept. 4, 1005, by C. F.
if artin, magistrate/ and at his resi
dence, Mr" Levi Mitchell and Miss
Effie; Bolt, all of Broadaway Town
Mr. and Mrs. Howe, of Matsaehu* j
aetta, have como to Anderson to make I
their heme. They are living on Evan's
Street. Mr. Bowe ia an architect and
Tie excursionists from the low
country, who have - been spending the
month of August in upper Carolina,
have all gone back to their homes and
their work. .
M. C: : Shirley, a midshipman?. in the
United States Naval Academy at An
napolis, is spending a two woeka' for?
lough with his father, J. C. Shirley, in
Rev. A. T,'''Dunlap, of Mc Coll,
Marlboro county, S. O., ia visiting
friends and relatives in thia county.
He waa in the city Monday and
na a pleasant call,
Tho card of Thomaa Allen, Eeq., a j
clever young lawyer who han recently
located in Anderson for tho practice ot'
his profe&siion, appears in another
Jas. M. Baker, of Washington, as
sistant librarian of tho United States
Senate, was in the city last week.
Ho is spending his annual vacation at
his old home io Lowndesvillu.
Annie May, tho in faut daughter of:
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hall, died Thura- ;
day night at the home of its psreuts
in this city. The remaius were curried
to Deuver tho following day for inter
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Jones
and Mr. G. Brynn Walton will be
solemnized at high noon today at the
home of thc bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Junee, on South McDutlie
W. 13. Steele, Jr., union ticket agent,
is convalescing from a lom: spell of
fever. He is now at his old home in
York county for the purpose of secur
ing a needed rest before enteriug upon
We have received an invitation to
the Fairview stock show to he held at
that place in Greenville county, the
22nd of this month. This annual
event always attracts a big crowd from
all over the State.
J. J. Fretwell bas been elected pres
ident of the peoples' Gil and Fertil
I izcr Company to succeed L. X. Geer,
resigned. Mr. Geer will continue his
services with the company in the cu
pucity of manager.
Col. M. P. Tribble, of Anderson,
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
niece, Mrs. H. H. Abrams, in the coun
ty. Col. Tribble will be a candidate
next year for Secretary of State.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mrs. Ethel Nance-Chambers
in regard to her music studio. Mrs.
Chambers has a line musical education,
and will give satisfaction to her na
; trou a. See advertisement.
! Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Atkinson, ol
? Charlotte, have come to Anderson
to make this city their home io the
future. Mr. Atkinson will be asso
ciated with his brother, Dr. W, E,
Atkin , on, in the drug business.
The dwelling house of James Mur
dock in Martin township was destroyed
by lire Thursday night, and the hourn
with most of the furniture was con
sumed. The loss is about $1,000,
with no insurance, which falls heavily
The Blue Ridge Railway has estab
lished a Hag station at Erskine's cross
ing midway between Anderson anti
Belton. Tne station bas not beet
named yet. It will be a great con
venience to the people in that neigh
Married, Sunday, 27th August,at Pel
zer. by Rev. N. G. Wright, Mr. G. F
.'?argent and Miss Tavie Fortner
Also, Mr. W. S. Sargent and Misi
Hester Wood. Both couples wen
married at the home of the brides
fathers, all of Pelzer.
A meeting of farmers will be held a
Oakland sohool honse, ncur Belton, oi
Friday night at 8 o'clock for the pur
pose of organizing the farmers of th?
Calhoun section into a farmers' union
All the farmers in the neighborhooi
are urged to be present.
A. K. Jackson, a eon of Superviso)
S. O. Jackson, ief | a few days ago io.
Atlanta, to take a position as railway
mail clerk on the Southern's fast mai
train. Hit.o his examination in th?
spring he has been doing substitut
work on different roads.
E. R. Tucker, of this city, has beei
elected commandant of cadets at tb
North Carolina Military school, Rei
Springs, N. C. He will also act as in
structor in mathematic and English
Mr. Tucker ?B a graduate of the citad*
and a capable young man.
Yesterday afternoon while crossin
AVhitner street, near the First PreBby
terian Church, a mule pulling a wago
was struck by a trolley car and in
stantly killed. The driver waa no
hurt. The mule belonged to Dan. A
Mayfield, of Orr cotton mill.
Rev. Mr. Black, the A. R. P. pastoi
of this city, preached at the Orrvill
Methodist church last Sunday mornin
and evening in the absence of th
pastor, Rev. Mr. Creech. Mr. Blac
is an excellent speaker and his sei
mons were greatly enjoyed.
Greenville is preparing to hold a fa!
during tho lust of October, and ela!
orate arrangements have been mad
for the eveui.. The confederate vet
erans have been invited to hold the
reunion there. The fair will not COD
flict with the State fair in Columbia.
Gov. Hey ward has appointed tw
delegates from each county in tb
State to the Farmers* National Cot
gross, which meets at Richmond, Va
ept. 12th to 22nd. inclusive. Th
delegates appointed from Anderso
County are VV. H. Glonn and J. V\
J. W. Cann died at his home in Ha
Township on the 27th day of la?
month after an illnes extending over
year. He had reached the advance
age of 81 years. He- leaves a wife an
eight children surviving. The reniai r
were interred at Bell's Chapel the lo
lowing day. .
Gen, M. L. Bonham was carried to
u ichmond Sunday fur the purpose of
outorlng a hospital for treatment. He
has been suffering for the past two
weeks from an intestinal abscess, and
an operation ?will be performed before
he returns. Iiis nianv friends wish
him a ?peedy restoration to health and
The city and county will send a
large number of boys and girls tu Tue
various colleges this fall. Anderson
ia always well represented, and tho
interest in higher education is steadily
increasing from year to year. The
State institutions get most of the stu
dents, but many go to other college?
of the country. ^
Tho distribution of the prizes offered
by tho street railway company at
trrcted a large crowd to tho park Sat
urday night The first prize of $50 fell
to Prue Ligen, the secoud of $15 to
Thomas Ii. Kussel 1, mid the third of
$10 to R. ii. Harper. Twenty-live
pri/.ea of one dollar each were also
distributed among the winners.
STRAYED OR STOLEN from the
pasture on Rocky River, at Toxaway
mill, a light dove-colored milk cow,
with long horns. A reward will bo
paid for its return or anv information
concerning it. W. 'J'." Weekley,
FOR SALE-A Ano lot of Devon Cat
tfe. Will grade from three-fourths to
reven eighths. Anply to Geo. M. Rmith,
Calhoun Falls, S. C. 12-Ut
Miss I ii/./.io Cornish, trained teacher
and pianist, will resume her muslo class
Monday, Sept. ll. Strict attentlou to
grading, phrasing and dynamics. For
perloda apply U01 North Main stredt.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bid," H ays J.
J. Cox, of Valley View, Ky., "that I
could not work, my feet were swollen to
Immense size nod I was confined to my
bed and physicians were unable to give
me any relief. My doctor finally pre
scribed Foley's Kidney Cure whioh
made a well man of me." Avoid seri
ons resulta of kidoev or bladder disorder
by taking Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by
The quality of "Carbon" Rubber Belt
ls well known to machinery owners of I
thia suction. Tins brand represents the
best Belt value on the market. The sale
of "Carbon" Belt for this territory is
controlled by Sullivan Udw. Co
IQ lt Right ?
Is it right that a property- wnor should
lose $1.20 to let a dealer make 50 conte?
A dealer makes 50 cents more on four
teen gallons of ready-for-uee paint, at
fl 50 per gallon, tba.', our agent does on
(dght gallons of !.. & M. paint and six
gallons of linseed oil, which make four
teen gallons of the beat paint in tho
world, at ?1.20 per gallon; the property
owner loses just *4 20. Ia it right?
It only requires 4 gallous of L. & M.
! and i gallons linseed oil to paint a mod
! eiate sized home.
Ten Thousand Churches painted with
! Longman and Martinez L. & M. Paint.
I Liberal quant it ie? given to oburobes
when bought from F. B. Cray to?, An
derson; T. lt. Hopper, Belton; T. C. Jaok
Sullivan Hardware Co. has just ro
calved a car load of Hay Balling Ties
and would be pleased to fur nish you as
many of these Ties as you may need.
Grave Trouble Foreseen.
It needs but little foresight, to tell,
that when your stomach sci liver are
badly ailee ted, grave trouble 1B ahead,
unless you take the proper medicine for
vour diseuse, as Mrs. John A. Young, of
Cloy, N. Y., did. She says: "I had neu
ralgia of the liver aud stomaab, my
heart was weakened, and I could not
eat. I was very bad for a long time, but
' in Electric Hitters, I found just what I
needed, for they quickly relieved and
cured me." Best medicino for weak
women. Sold under guarantee by Orr,
Qray Drug Co., druggists, at 50o a bottle.
f 1.00 "Yankee watches bear the strong
est guarantee ol any watch on the mar
ket. They are warranted by factory for
one year and after first year will be re
paired by factory for twenty-five cents.
These Watches are Bold by Sullivan
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor claims to have
discovered that "Laziness" is caused by
a germ. If the Eminent Doctor is right,
Rydle's Liver Tablets oan rightly be
termed Microbe Killers, because they
always remove that tired, lazy, sluggish
feeling that has usually been attributed
to a torpid liver or constipated bowels.
Rydale's Liver Tablets are guaranteed to
cure constipation and a'l liver disorders.
They are small, compressed chocolate
coated tablets, easy to take, pleasant In
effect. Reliable. Any dealer in our
remedies will return your money if yon
are not satisfied with these tablets. 50
tablets 25 cts. Evans Pharmaoy.
If you want any Corrugated or "V"
Crimp Iron Roofing, place your order
through Bullivan Hdw. Co. The price
on this Roofing is now very low, and the
Roofing of a quality that will give you
many years ot serviae.
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terme.
Simpson <ft Hood, Attorneys.
Agonizing Burns ?
are instantly relieved, and perfectly
healed, by Bnoklen's Arnica Salve. C.
KS von bark, Jr., of Norfolk, Va., writes:
4 r burnt my knee dreadfully; that it
blistered all over. Bucklers Arnica
Salve etopped tbe pain, and healed it
without a scar." Also heals all wounds
and sores. 25c at Orr, Gray ?fc Co., drug
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says: **I have used Foley's Honey and
Tar in three very severe cases of pneu
monia with good results in every owe."
Refuse substituter. Sold by Evans
To See the Prettiest aus?
Most Complete Line of-?
Ever shown *u Anderson, at Prices
that DEFY COMPETITION, come to 0
v v v T v ?1 v i v v v v y v y *v v y v v v ^ y y v
Our Buyer has just returned from the Northern markets,
and values in Goods are arriving daily that prove to the
most fastidious dressers the result of careful selections.
See our Stock of the Celebrated
Strouse & Bros. High Art
SPRING AND SUMMER
Which will interest those who wish to dress well and SAVE
A new and complete line of
Men's, Women's and Children's, at prices unequalled else*
We extend to all a cordial invitation to visit our Stores,
inspect our Goods, and'he convinced that what we say ?B true,
Successor to Horn-Bass Co.,
110,116,120, East Benson St., - - - - - Anderson, S. C
i GET THE HABIT ! j
; Inventory Sale \
Boston Shoe Store
We offer all our Misses' and Children's Oxfords
at manufacturers' price.
Some odds and ends in high grades.
Pine Women's Footwear at same price.
Come and let us fit you-it is a rare opportunity.
Our $1.50 Solid Leather Plow Shoes going at $1.
\ THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MARTIN SELIOMAN, Proprietor.
Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank,
A GOOD TIME
To have your Carriage and Buggy Repaired and Repainted,,
so tbey will be ready when you need them. We have a splen
did stock good, dry Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Wheels ; also, Lum
ber in the rough, and nearly everything it takes to put a vehicle
in good shape, with plenty good help to give prompt service.
RUBBER TIES A SPECIALTY.
PAUL E. STEPHENS, j
Shoes for a Song and a short Song at That ! ?I
Tremendous Sacrifice on Odd Sizes and Shapes. y
Every Shoe a Distinct Bargain. No Wise Buyer can afford to miss it*
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Having solo ct ed firom our large ot eek of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes all odd sizes and shapes, we offergt?
the trade generally the entire line at figures that are bound to move them ont in a whirlwind finish. We can't aflbrdgto
talk long about them, or to do mor? than tell the price and wrap them np. We cannot and will not charge them at these
prices. If we charge them it will be at the regular prices. We promise you that former prices nor the original costJvT-e \
considered in marking them down. Heads of families will do well to buy their winter stock of Shoes right now, as thc. r
v7iU never be such ? golden opportunity again to get such genuine, real value for your money.
ME. C0UNTB? MERCHANT, here is the chance of your life-time- if you are not in business for your health. Bcv
ter come before they are all picked over, for first come are first served. Wise men and sages crowd our Store bnyis.? siu
r* ular $1.50 Shoe for 69c. You eau get in their class mighty easy and monstrous cheap.
Don't ?orgetour "Star" Brand Shoes-they ?re on everybody's feet.