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WEDNESDAY, JAN. l!!'. 1902. ;
Capt. "Billy" Smith Leaves the Road. J
It will he a source of sincere regret
to the traveling public to know that
Capt. W. G. Smith, the veteran con
ductor on the C. & G. division of the
Southern Railway, has taken a year's
leave of absence from the road, and
the probability is that his leave is per
petual. He has been in failing strength
for several years, but lias managed to
perform his duties with eminent satis
faction to the Knud, which was mani
fested by the refusal of Superintendent
Welles to accept his resignation. His
service as a railroad man dates back
forty-three years of contint ous duty,
timing which period ho has s. rved his
employers and tho public with the ]
utmost lidelity and with honor and
distinction to himself. In granting the
leave of absence, Mr. Welles stipulates
that it is renewable at its expiration ait
the pleasure of Capt. Smith. When
seen yesterday regarding Iiis future
plans Capt. Smith, w ho has moved his
family to Anderson, says that he has
taken an interest in the mercantile
firm of Deau & Katlifle, both of whom
are his sons-in-law, und will in future
handle tiie "babies and bundles" as in
the past. He is a welcome addition to
the citizenship of the Electric City,
and we extend to him the glad hand of
welcome and wish him a long lifo of
continned prosperity and happiness.
A Liberal Offer.
County Superintendent of Education
Nicholson;,has received the following
letter from President Johnson, of tho
Winthrop Normal and Industrial Col
lege, which explains itself:
Hock Hill, S. C, Jan. 2:i, 1003.
Mr. R. E. Nicholson, Co. Supt. ofEdu
tion, Anderson, S. C.
Dear Sir: I have some friends who
have proposed to givo one half of the
expense;, provided it does not exceed
?'.2,000, if some farming neighborhood
in your county will undertake to build
a model school building and maintain
. lirst-class school, with two or three
. -acheis, in which will be taught the
common school branches and some in
dustrial work. They will also help
support the school for three years.
Have you such a community in your
county? If so, please let me know at
your earliest convenience, as prompt
ness is necessary to secure the financial
Very truly yours,
I). 1?. Johnson, President.
This is a line opportunity tor some
section of Anderson County, and we
hope an effort will be made to secure
Many things which, like the merchant's
wares, are too nuruf-rous to mention,
have transpired lu our midft since wo
peunod our last dots for The Intelligen
cer, so will only cbrouiclu those of a re
Mes?rs Louis Garrison and J. ii.
Hutcbisou contemplate a trip t"> Georgia
this week, wind and weather permitting.
Mr. James Wooten and family will re
move from this place to the Orr Cotton
Mills in a few days.
Mrs. Fannie Cheshire, of Andersuu,
visited relatives here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Simpson have re
cently had as visitors Miss Flora Simp
son, of Laurent), Miss Ida Simpson, of
Piedmont, and Misa Ella Garrison, of
Prof. Joe Harbin and family were back
on a visit to their old borne and relative s
Mr. W. H. Browne, formerly of Fair
deal, but now of Oconee, came by Denver
recently as he was returning from
a business trip to his former home.
Misa Lillie Garrison will leave this
week for Gainesville, Ga., to enter the
Female College there. We wish her
great success in the pursuit of knowl
Miss Blanche Browne, who has been in
bad health for the past two years, has
gone to New York for treatment under
care of the Christian Herald bntnch of
tho International Sunshine Society.
Thofriondsof Mr. A. E. Browne will
be sorry to learn that his health does not
Seversl of our citizaus and Confederate
Veterans went to Anderson to wit:.ti*a
tbo unveiling of tho Confederate Monu
ment. They all unite in giving Mina
Is'ora Hubbard honor at* the one most :n
strumental iu its erection. They regrtt
to find any fault, but wonder why Iho ar
tist substituted the cartridge belt of mod
ern soldiers for the cartridge box which
overy Confederate soldier wore Hut
perhaps the sculptor never aaw a car
tridg? box, so is to bo excused.
It is rumor?d that wedding bulls \i iL
rin? in Greenville soon, which will btiug
a bride Jo a prominent citizen.of thissi o
ti ai Inccgnifa.
Dr. L. E. Watson And Mr. Calvin fiher
ard, of Ivj, S. C , were in our Community
on the past Sunday*.
Mrs. A. J. Speer returned (Saturday
from a visit to hor relatives in Harmony
Mr. R. H. Moaeley went on a visit to
Mrs. Etoile Watson returned to her
homo in Anderson after a ploasant stay of
a week with her aunt, Mra. Bolin Allen.
Mr. M. P. McCalla, who has for tho
past year been employed in the census
office at Washington, D. C, returned to
his home last Monday.
Mr. T. B. Martin has opened up a gen
eral merchandise store In the wooden
building juat above Cooley & Speer.
Prof. J. F. Harper and E. J, Huokabee
visited relatives in Georgia last Sunday.
Mr. T. P. Milford and daughter, of Ab
beville, were visitors of T. J. Bowman
the past week.
We will note for the benefit of traders
jtL. yMr. E. J. Hackabee exchanged his
?011 ,-nown and well-tried horse for a
Udo . ist Monday.
Mr. Jones, of Herd mont, G a., was in
? ?jowndesvllle the first part of J this week
buying up cotton.
Mr. B::d,Mrs. S. F. Epps colebrated the
20th anniversary '?i their inarriugo the
past Saturday. Tboy invited many
friends from u?r<? who participated In the
pleasing remembrance of a long and hap
py married life. Tobie.
As it has been quite awhile since any
of our news appeared in your paper, 1
will in my style try to give you a few
of our current happenings.
Mr. H. W. Speares, of Grayson Coun
ty, Tex., has been visiting his father,
Mr. J. C. Speares. Herbert seems to
like the far West for ho returned a few
Mrs. John Ford, of this place, is very
low with consumption. We hope for
her a speedy recovery.
Miss Mattie Bruce, of Bernau Col
lege, spent the holidays with home
Miss Maggie and Leila Thompson
aud Miss Mamie Long, of Chicora Col
lege, spent a few days at their homes
Christmas. College life seems to agree
with the girls, for they are looking
Mr. Clyde Hoggs, who has been
clerking for L. C. Craig, of Seneca, ac
companied Mr. II. W. Speares on his
return to the "Lone Star"' State. Wo
wish for our Town ville boys a prosper
ous career in life.
Mrs. J. IL Felton, of Honen Path,
spent a while with her father, Mr. J. C.
Speares. We are always glad to wel
come our girls back to our community.
Mr. Charlie Queen and his bride, of
Lavonia, Ga., visited their father, Mr.
J. D. Compton.
Dr. S. G. Bruce, of Anderson, visited
friends and relatives in this vicinity.
It looked quite natural to see tho Doc
tor in our locality and hope ho will vis
it us often.
Miss Belle Bear?en. of Oak way, at
tended Church here Sunduy.
Mrs. Belle Grant has moved to Sen
eca, where she expects to keep a board
Mr. W. J. Wooten, ot Coiner, Ga.,
visited his father, Mr. J. J. Wooten, of
j Mr. C. K. Fant, of Birmingham, Ala.,
spent a few weeks with his father, Mr.
W. F. M. Fant.
Mrs. W. F. M. Fant, who has been
quite sick, is improving.
Mrs. J. W. McCarley, wo are sorry to
say, is on the sick list. Pansy.
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Corner Creek Items.
News of any importance is very
scarce in this section, but wo will
scribble The Intelligencer renders a
few paragraphs gathered here and
It has been line weather for tho
farmers so fur this year, and they are
making splendid use of it. Some are
plowing, while others are clearing,
getting up wood and hauling fertilizer
aud, as usual, going through the regu
lar routine of affairs that is to be done
on the farm at this period of the year.
It seems to bo evident thnt most of
our farmers will have to buy corn this
year. Of course a few of our farmers
made plenty to do them, hut the ma
jority will have to buy to supplement
their last year's crop.
There seems to bu an epidemic of
measles prevailing in our community
just now, aud some families are very
scared of them.
Mrs. J. T. McConnell aud threo chil
dren, of Eagle Grove, Ga., are visiting
tho family of B. F. Gassaway.
There was a meeting held in Honea
Path last Saturday in the interest of
the proposed new cotton mill to be
built at that place; most all of our farm
ers attended it and subscribed. Presi
dent Orr, of Piedmont, and Mr. Ham
men, of Anderson, were prosent and
made speeches in the interest of tho
mill. The required capital stock has
not yet been secured, but the thrifty
citizenB of Honea Path are working in
earnest, and the mill seems now to be
an assumed fact.
Wheat in this section is making a
very poor start, and oats are nearly all
killed, so the farmers will no doubt
reap a slim harvest this year.
Mr. J jo Clement has moved his saw
mill into our midst and is sawing for
our people. His son, Clarenco, is run
ning the saw and he sure knows his
Jim Andy Robinson, a popular young
sport from Clayton, was in our midst
last Sunduy mingling with young folks.
There seems to bo great attraction for
him down here, as his visits are very
Messrs. John Kay and Marvin Bigby
made a business trip to Anderson Sat
Mr. Henry Bolt and wife, of Indiana,
are on an extended visit to his father,
ex-Sherill" Bolt, and family. Their
many friends are gratified to have them
visit* their native home again.
Dr. J. M. Bolt, of Pickons, visited
relatives and worshipped at Hopewell
Mr. Jas. N. G am broil went on a bus
iness trip to Felzer last Saturday.
Alisa Josie Jolly, one of Anrons most
charming young ladies, spent last week
with her niece, Mrs. Thurston Martin,
of Septus. She reports a good time.
Mr. Ilobort A. Gentry, principal of
tho Mt. Airy school, visited his father,
Mr. L. W. Gentry, and family recently.
Messrs. Paul S. Cleveland, of Sher
man, Tex., and Spurgebn Cleveland,
of Townville, S. 0., visited their sis
ter, Mrs. G. W. Bice, aud family last
The Sunday School at Hope well is
flourishing under the superinteidency
of Mr. John W. Pruitt. We believe they
havo got the right man in the right
Rev. O. J. Copelnnd preached a most
excellent sermon ut Hopewoll yester
day afternoon to a very large and at
The regular second. Sabbath a. m.
service at Hopowell Church has been
changed to the fourth Sunday at 8
o'clock p. m. for the ensuing year.
Mr. Josh Pruitt, of Anderson, and
Miss Willie Harrison, teacher of Cross
Roads school, worshipped at Hopewell
Miss Mande Guyton, who has been
sick for the past month or more, wo
??x> glad to note Is slowly improving.
ML John Kay, of Belton, visited rela
tives hero last week. OUSBUVEK.
Letter tu Dr. II. <;. Withcrspooii,
Dear Sir : It's not a speculation to doel
in securities paying a regular income,
and uono whatever to paint your resi
dence with the Longman it Martinez
Pure Paint. Your home will be attrac
tive and unlike any other. The paint in
better, it's absolutely the choicest pro
duction of paint mills, and 1? thoroughly
satisfying and guaranteed to be so, else
your painting is done over at our ex
pense. Cost of our paint when oil is
added about 11.20 per gallon. Messrs.
F. B. Cray ton A Co. will gladly quote you.
LONGMAN &, MARTINEZ,
Charleston Exposition Kates vin the
On account of the South Carolina Inter
State and West Indian Exposition, to be
held in Charleston, 6. C, beginning
Dec. 1st, 1901, the Southern Railway will
sell excursion tickets to Charleston and
return at the following attractive rates
from Anderson, S. C:
For ?11.10?Tickets on sale daily, lim
ited to return June ?rd, 1U02.
For &S.15?Tickets on sale daily, limit
o<2 to return ten (10) days.
For ??.GO?Tickets on vale Tuesdays
and Thursdays, limited to return seven i
Correspondingly reduced rates from
Tho Southern Railway operates double
daily traitis on convenient schedules with
Pullman Sleepers to and from Charles
ton, 8. C.
For further information apnly to W. G.
Johnson, Agent, Anderson S. C; K. W.
Hunt, D. P. A , Charleston, S. C ; W. E.
McGee, T. P. A., Augusta, (Ja., W. H.
Tayloe, A. G. P A., Atlanta, Ga.
Pneumonia and La Grippe.
Coughs cured quickly by Foley's Hon
ey and Tar. Refuse substitutes. Hold
by Evans Pharmacy.
Stop It !
A neglected cough or cold may lead to
serious bronchial or lung troubles. Don't
take chances when Foley's Honey and
Tar affords perfect security from serious
effects of a cold. Sold by Evans Phar
Twenty-five Dollars will buy a fairly
aood square practice Piano at the C. A.
Reed Music House. Tbey are intrinsi
cally worth double that amount.
A Life at Stake.
If you but knew the splendid merit of
Foley's Honey and Tar you would never
be without it. A dose or two will pre
vent an attack of pneumonia or la grippe.
It may save your life. F /aus Pharmacy.
In lied for Six Weeks with La Grippe.
We have received the following letter
from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola, Ind. "I
was in bed four weeks with la grippe and
I tried many remedies and spent consid
erable for treatment with physicians, bnt
I received no relief until I tried Foley's
Honey and Tar. Two small bottles of
this medicine cured me and I now use it
exclusively in my family. Take no sub
stitutes. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Many children are poisoned and made
nervous and weak, if not killed outright,
by mothers giving them cough syrups
containing opiates. Foley's Honey and
Tar is a safe and certain remedy for
coughs, croup and lung troubles, and is
the only prominent cough medicine that
contains no opiates or other poisons.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
The prevention of ? oaum; Mon is en
tirely a question of commencing the
proper treatment in time. Nothing is mo
well adapted to ward oil' fatal lung trou
bles as Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by
The ladies all like easy-cutting, well
tempered Scissors. Brock Hdw. Co. cater
to the wants of the ladies, and can fur
nish j ust such Scissors as wil 1 please them.
The many friends of G. H. Hauean,
Engineer, L. E. & W. R. R., at present
living in Lima, O., will be pleased "to
know of hla recovery from threatened
kidney disease. He writes, "I was cured
by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I
recommend to all, especially trainmen
who are usually similarly afflicted."
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
The husband will always have a warm
spot in his heart and a tender piace in his
nature for the thoughtful wife who pre
sents him wlib one oi Brock Hdw. Co's.
matchless Razors. The genuine satisfac
tion which these Razors afford the men
makes them always remember with
kindness the donor of auoh a gift.
A good Heel Bolt will soon be In great
demand. A shoddy Bolt gives great an
noyance. Sullivan Hdw. have good Heel
Bolts which they want you to examine.
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can
always be prevented by the use of Foley's
KidDey Core. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
WANTED, Hiokory, Dogwood and
Persimmon Logs. Southern Hardwood
Co., Charleston, S. C. 4m
Nothing bo cheap or so durable ss a
fence made of Poultry Wire. This Wire
Is carried in all heights and sold at low
est prices by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
A Haine that fita any Collar. Slightly
grooved on front to lit perfectly into
those "whang-sewed" Collars into which
you have possibly had so much trouble
fitting u Uatue
Wo offer this week hundreds of paira
of Sample Shoes at prices to pleaso. Come
quick while wo have your number. Pri
ces on those Shoes too cheap to quote.
Pocket Knives for the men and boys
it tremendous stock of most carefully se
lected Pocket Cutlery Is offerod by Brock
Hdw. Co. Special 'designs to suit the
W. II. Shearer, Surveyor, You will
Und me st Dean ?fe Ratline's. Long dis
tance Phono at my residence.
This in our greatest year. We are
proud of our record, und are striving by
every honest means to win you for a cus
tomer. Give u-* u triul if you have never
done so before. Vandivor Bros.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for ?aie.
Large ami small Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. t liukscales, 242 North Main St.
Crystal Metal Farm Rolls that have the
greatest volume of t> und, more suitable
In tone and can be heard farther than any
BellH of corresponding size and price on
this market, are sold by Sullivan Hard
Jobbers prices on "Sohapps," "Early
Bird" and "Blue Jay" Tobaccos. Low
est prions on Flour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Vandlver Broa.
If you want a set of Knives and Forks
for Cbriatroas don't fall to inspect the
line carried by Brook Hdw. Co. They
study to please their customers, and their
large sales In this line is evidence of their
thorough knowledge of what will best
meet the requirements of their patrona.
Practice economy by doing yonr own
blacksmith work at home. By so doing
?ou can soon save the cost of a set of
i.Av.komith Tools, If bought at the low
prices at which Sullivan Hdw. Co. are
offering these outQtn.
When yon want flrst-olass, up-io-?ato
Photos call on GALLAGHER BROS,,
at their new Studio next door to Llgon m
Led better?upstairs. Satisfaction la nil
iy guaranteed to every customer.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment la
prepared to cure Piles and DOES IT In
short order. Et ^yto apply, every box
guaranteed, 50c and 81.00. All druggists
or by mall.
Williams MTk Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
For sale by EVANS PHARMACY.
> 1 ^kmrnm .AlV A* .-'A*/! II
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS 1
Our entire Stock
We must raise some money.
Come before Goods are picked over.
AT COST FOR CASH.
W.F.MARSHALL & CO.
36 Granite Bow, Anderson, S. C.
No More Cheap Shoes I
A lew weeks ago we advertised our entire stock of old and shelf-worn
Shoes at Cost. We did not expect such an extraordinary demand, but we are
pleased to state that the stock of these old Shoes has been reduced to the
point that we shall be compelled to advance the price after February 1st to
the original price, with the exception of about one hundred pairs of small
unealable sizes, such as Ladies' No. 3 and 4, and Mep's Nos. 6 and 7. Our
stock of New Shoes is complete in every particular of style and shape, and
were bought with an eye single to quality. We don't care to offer any more
shoddy Shoes in thi* market. It doesn't pay. Our price may seem high but
the value is in the Shoe.
Our biggeBt bargain now is the magnificent selection of?
COTTON AND ALL WOOL JEANS,
Which must be closed out before Spring. They are first-class in every respect
and are a bargain at our regular prices. Our special Cut Price makes them
the happiest feature of the season.
You will find our Store as heretofo re the mecca of thrifty, careful Cash
Where you get every pound you pay for, and 16 ounces of satisfaction guar
anteed to every pound.
Cash Trade is what we want.
It will pay you to buy for Cash
DEAN & RATUFFE,
The Busy Store.
We have Cut the Prices
Emb>r oicLei?i 3s,
Now is the time to make your purchases.
Are you interested ? If so, we will make it your interest
to buy your White Goods, Etc., from us.
One lot Embroidery and Inserting, worth from 7c to 15c,
yard now 5c.
One lot Embroidery at 3c yard, and other Bargains.
NEW GOODS COMING IN.
Bemember, all Winter Goods to go at Bargain Prices.
When in Town call on us for anything in the Dry Goods
.GORE, ACKER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail.
Thifl is always a good time of the year to sell Shoes. Knowing
this we have added to our Stock some new styles of Men's and Wo?
men's Shoes, of the very latest shapes and lasts.
Our Shoes are from reliable and well-tried manufacturers. We
handle only the recommended kind. Ask special attention toour?
MEN'S $3.50 SHOES.
All the style and wear of much higher priced Shoes. We stand
behind every pair of them, the manufacturers stand behind us. We
have doubled the sale on our Men's $3.50 Shoes for the last twelve
months, and with those just received gives us two months earlier
start than last year.
Our ambition is still to grow?must go forward with increased
sale for all lines of Shoes for 1902.
Our Buyer has just returned from market, and our. Store will
soon be bright and attractive with NEW SPRING GOODS.
Full line of Embroideries, White Goods and Ginghams on sale.
We not only feel that we must sell more Goods, but that we
MUST HAVE C VSH FOR THEM.
Don't ask us to sell you Goods on twelve months time.
Many of you that have Goods charged on long time can pay
cash or on thirty days.
In talking with our friends we find many of them have decided
to adopt the Cash Plan themselves.
Cash buyers will find a great Stock of Goods here throughout
When we sell for Cash we can keep up our Stock better.
We expect to merit a great business this year from the Trading
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for Men, Women and Children.
Lesser & Co.
Extraordinary CLEARANCE SALE.
BEGINNING TO-MORROW THURSDAY, JANUARY 23d, the re
mainder of our line of Fall and Winter Goods to be slaughtered at half value.
We do not oare to carry Goods from season to season. With every new season
we offer Fresh Bargains, therefore balance of this season's Goods must be
sold. We must make room for our large S took of Spring and Summer Goods
which will soon be piling in on us. Prices will be made on all Fall and Win
ter Goods that will insure a clean sweep. It is our polioy to carry nothing
from one season to another that a prioe will sell.
Price Reductions throughout the Store a Half and even More.
Yes, it's right after Christmas, and that's one reason why we offer suoh
remarkable reductions. Nothing like bridging a dull time* if possible. To
buy now means a saving of about one-half.
Suoh temptations are all over the Store. Make your purchases before it
it is too late.
Clearance Sale of Notions.
John J. Clark'b best Spool Cotton, three Spools for only:. . 5o
Curtain Poles and Trimmings, complete each, only. 24a
Extra heavy all-wocl Fascinators at only. * .. 18o
Children's Blaok Hve reduced to only.... 4o
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Undervest, worth 25o, only.Ifto
White Quilts, ready hemmed, was $1.00, now only.-69c
Ladies' Fine Leather Purses, worth regular 25c, now.lOo
Featherbone Corsets^best quality, value 50o, now.35o
Misses' Blaok Wool HoBe, was 20o, sale prioe..10o
Child's Wool Tarn O'Shanter Caps, real value 25o, now.12o
Misses' Blaok Hose, size 6 to 9, reduced to'.. .............. 3c
Ladies' London Kid Gloves, all shades and sizes, value $1.00, reduced to. 79e
Infants' Vests, former price lOo, sale prioe.. . . 5o
Satine Comforts, extra heavy, large size, reduced to_.... ........... 95o
Ladies' White Linen Handkerchiefs, value 5o, for this sale.2Jo
Pure Linen Damask Towels, warranted all linen, at only. 18c
Clearance Sale of Dry Goods.
Our entire line Frenoh Flannelettes reduced to only.. .j. tio
Our entire line of lOo heavy Outings reduced to. 7o
Cotton Eiderdown Flannels, value 20o, Bale price.. . 12b
All Wool Jeans to close out, was 30c, now. ........ . ..23c
Turkey Red Table Damask, fast colors, at...". 24o
Unbleached Canton Flannel,' was 10c, now.. 7c
Extra heavy Flannel for Underskirts, value 25o, now.. 18o
Full line Bed Tic at.... . . .. . .. ;.5, 6, 7, 8, 10^12 and I5c
Full lino Bleaching at.._. -5, 6, 7, 8 and lOo
Wool Plaids, 40 inches wide, beautiful quality, reduced to..-18o
Clearenoe Sale of Ladies' Waists and Capes.
All of our Ladies' Flannel Waists, were $1.25 and $1.50t choice now,_ 75o
All of our Ladies' Plush Capes, were $5.00 to $8.00, choice at.Half Price
All our Child's Reefers, were $2.25 ?nd $2.50, choice now at.._ . .$1.48
Clearance Sale of Shoes.
Ladies' Dongola Shoes* lace and button, at only. 98c
Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes, button or lace, heel or spring heed..,. $1.48
Ladies' Kangaroo Grain Polish, .T.oeee Lined, were $1.50, now... 1.23
Ladies' Glove Grain, button and laae, were $1.25, now.... . 08c
Men's Heavy Police Shoes, all solid, value $2.25, now. . 1.75
Men's Winter King Shoes, calf lined, double sole, value $3.00, now.... 1.93
Men's Vioi Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, only. ......... 1.98
Men's Calf Skin Shoes, Lace or Cocgress, v^lue $1.50, now. 98o
Clearance Sale of Soys' Clothing and Men's Furnishings.
Boys' Wool Knee Suits, worth $1.00, sale pri?e-. 75e
Mod's Cotton Undervest reduced to.. *..20o
Gentlemen's Neck Ties roducod to..... .v'.10c
Gentlemen's Pure Linen Collars, all sises, value lOo, now... So
Gentlemen's Wool Doable-Breasted Overshitts, value $1.00, rcduoed to., C9e
* New Embroideries.
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FKEE!?Hand-Painted' Chink ^ree. Buy you? Goods of
us and get ? set of hand-painted China free. for Coupons.
ANDERSON, S. O., TJNDER MA80NrO TEM3?