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WEDNESDAY, M AV as, 1902.
Location of Brogon .Mills.
The directors of Ilrogou Cotton Milla
have decided to locate tho mills direct
ly weat of the Anderson cotton mills
property, and just outside the city
Standing on Whittier street, nt a
point half-way between the Rev. H. li.
Fant place und tho old Byrom place on
thc hill across tho; branch, the location
is about on a straight line north, prob
ably a quarter of a mile, on a slope
well suited for the purpose.
The water supply for siuum and
dyeing purposes will be obtained from
the liyruni branch and a spring which
hos uu ample How of water. A side
track three-eighths of p. mile in length
will connect tho mill with th?! Ii lue
Ridge railroad at a point about one
fourth of a mile this side of the Cox
Mill. This track will be without
tresseling to the wnrerooms in rear of
the mills, but in iront of ihr mills,
leading to the boiler rooms, there will
be a branch sidetrack with three or four
hundred feet of trestle, giving the ox
vnct facilities desired in handling coal
and obviating tho necessity of building
a coal shute.
Mr. Heattie, receiver for the lilue
Ridge load, has assured the mill men
that arrangements for the immedi
ate construction of this sidetrack have
been made.indeed, thc order for the rails
lias already been given. The construc
tion of the mill will begin as soon ns
this track is completed and the building
material can be placed on the grounds.
A contract for two million brick will
be placed this week. The property on
which tho mill will "be situated is 120
acres bought of Mr. lt. E. Ligon. On the
East it faces "1" street, about the en
tire length of the street, which is in
the city limits, and touches along the
lillie Itidge railroad for some distance
to the line of thu Cox Mill property,
which also adjoins it on the north. To
< m- west it adjoins lands of Hon. li. F.
< i-, ton and on the south itndjuins tin;
. . r?/rum place and the Kev. H. Ii.
?' aui place. The mill and cottages
will be outside of the city limits, but
should stores be erected, which is quite
probable, they w ill be built fronting on
"I" street, within the city limits.
It will be seen from this that a vil
lage of at least 2,000 inhabitants is to
bo added to Anderson in an exceeding
ly short time, and when the rapid in
crease in population made in Anderson
in tho last few years is considered, in
connection with the development of
our resources yet to bo made, the pros
pect of Anderson becoming in a few
years a populous and prosperous city is
as bright and promising as could be
Brushy Creek Singing Convention.
Mr. Editor: The binging ut Mt? Airy
last sunday, given under ttie auspice* of
the Brushy Creek clinging Conven lion,
wan H most oujoyable occasion to the large
crowd that wa? present. The Conven
tion was greatly disappointed wlion the
announcement was made that Prof. Wil
lis, of Anderson, one of the invited Hing
er?, could not be present. It was nut
generally known, ulso, whether Prof.
Durham, the other invited sluger, would
be preseut or not.
Soon arter ll) o'clock, b >wever. there
was heard In the direction ot' Piedmont
the Hound of a heavily leaded wagon
which seemed to be nearing the appoint
ed place ot'Bong. All eyes were turned
in that direction, when shortly it was
whispered around thal it wan a wagon
from Piedmont, and that Prof. Durham
was one of the occupants. A pleasant
smile, mingled with a slight surprise,
passed from face to faor. In a few min
utes it was generally known that for the
past week Prof. Durham bad buen teach
ing a class in vocal muslo at P.edmont,
and that he had voluntarily brought l?v
erai of bis heat singers with bim.
The Church was uoon filled to its ut
most heating capacity, with many left in
the yard. With Prof Durham as leaner,
Miss Anna Wilson at the organ, Messrs.
Thomasou, Raokley and Merritt, or Pied
mont; C. C. Foster, of Mt. Alr\: M. M.
Merritt, of Siloam; Porter and H. A.
Foster, of Fairview; Elihu Picken?, of
Pickeus' Chapel, Luther Bagwell, of
Pisgah, and G. Q. Wiglngtnn, of Mt.
Spring?, a? sub-leauers of the male voices
in basM und tenor; and with tue harmo
nious voices of the fairer sex, whose
mme* are too numerous to mention and
who "..ld the thing up nice and brown"
wit i soprano and alto, the whole air tor
roes urotind was lilied with muslo such
as has not been known to be produced at
Mt. i ir.v in year?. Even the ne 1 niions
vol* o.s of thy birds, Hitting trow trio to
tree, worri apparently hushed in profound
silence as lue approach of MI.di ?triking
vibra ons in the air struck their sensi
tivo organs ol heat ing, and oven the tired
bodies ?if the good old faithful i r cu-'s of
tho iqi:04triau mee appeared bi bacon
?riderauly retreat ed at my so md ol' such
-vtuisio as TS'.is dvcrywherd to he twit judg
linjr, from the manner iu which they would
?rai-?* Cuir le ads lr itu it good old "Sunday
res'.' ?uni ex lead their auricular appen
dages toward tho Chu ch lu a thank ul
Af ?or leading the class for A considera'
b!e lime, Prot. Durham asked to o? es
cus:d ior a lew minutes itt which he could
get s .mo much needed res*. Several
.selections wera theu led Ov Messrs.
4?homason, P >rter and Merritt, each of
whom showed their ability es leader
almost .equal t j th u th??y * bad a'ready
.-shown iu bass a?d li.no-.
Odo b air aud a half having bern spent
In tho grove, during which time many
groups could be seen Circled around tho
out-spread baskets of dlnnor/lbe crowd
re-assembled in the Church r.t the first
sound of the organ. The afternoon WHS
most pleasantly spent in listening to
songs and addresses.
Prof. Durham made a most interesting
and instructive address on music, ?etiing
forth the many excellent reasons why a
person should learn this, one of the moat
important of the fine arts. The president
of the convention, Mr. J. R. Tripp, who
was prevented from being present at the
morning session, gave a good talk to the
young?? poioO?3 in tk3 congregation,
giving some good advice, which, if prac
ticed, would help greatly toward the suc
cess of any public gathering.
Ono feature of the day which deserves
special mention was the singing of sev
eral SOIOB by little Milton Bishop, of Pied
mont, who is only nine years of age. He
baa a remarkably effective alto voice,
which If properly trained and used will
very likely lu future year? make him be
oom > famous in the musical world. For
a bo of his age to get up before a large
audi? . . ? of strangers and sing with ap
paren LI as little embarrassment as he
did is t"""igh to put many a person of
riper yo tr* to shame when he but only
think? ot the many wasted opportunities
that c *uld have beb? better used.
Mauy thanks *ro du? Prof. Durham,
by the Oo?veulloii, for his valuable as
alistancd lu rendering the progran of the
day in such hu interesting manner, lio
kindly 'nut th? audience tho uso ni two or
three dozen of lita Hong hooks, ..Crown
ing Hay, No, il," which in an entlroly
new book to tho majority of persona.
Thia added greatly to tho Hinging.
Tho nest all-?av singing to ho given
by tho llrushy Creek binging Conven
tion will be held at Corinth Church on
the fourth Sunday in Juno. By that
time each of the Church choir? in tho
Township will have bad ample time to
practice many of the new pieces in the
above named book, and will, consequent
ly, be in excellent condition to furnish
nothing but the very best music. Ko
everybody who loves good music and can
go had better go to Corinth on the fourth
bunday in June. R. A. (?entry,
L. li. Merritt.
Mt. Sinai, Mt. Olivet and a Land Pu. .ha
Niuo miles southwest from Anderdon,
on tho Brown's 1* ~rry road, ia old Mt.
Sinai Campground, where onco u year
for moro than a quarter of a century
colored people from all parts of the
County have Hocked lor religious wor
ship. "Big meetin'" at Sinai is the
biggest occasion alter crops aro "laid
by," and the religious and social fervor
emanating from this favorite shrine
extends tor miles in every direction.
The eity is moved by this influence,
and t?) see wagon load after wagon
load of dusky devotees en route to St.
Sinai campmccting once a year is
just as certain as the annual return of
Two miles this side of Sinai, ou tho
same road, is Mount Olivet, another
prominent place of worship belonging
to the negroes, and where these large
annual gatherings nre atao held. At
each of these place? ia a good church
building, and at Sinai there ia, in ad
dition, a parsonage, a school building
and an arbor and several shacks con
structed of logs, which are used during
tho "big nieetins" for sleeping apart
ments. Tho membership of these
churches is large, and among them are
some of the most prosperous colored
citizens of Anderson County.
The social opportunities of this race
are very limited, asallkuow, and every
Church has inseparably its purely so
cial side-its elite society-where gen
eral news and all things temporal are
freely discussed. From this side of
the meetings, in all probability, conies
the strongest appeals to most of them,
but from these societies often come
good results. About three or more
years ago one of the?'} societies waa
formed by some of tho more prosperous
attendants of Mt. Sinai and Mt. Olivet,
having for ita object the saving of
snail sums of mouey and the purchase
of jands, and auch progress has been
made as to gain for tho society tho
name, "Land Purchasing Company."
Prominent among the members of thia
society are Frank Anderson, Henry
Wakefield, Green Jenkins, Alex Willi
ford, Seaborn Stowera and others.
Most of l hese own their own farms and
some of them very valuable tracts of
laud. The plan of thia society ia to pay
in regular stipulated dues, and proba
bly lines, usual in most of their socie
ties, and when these aggregate a suf
ficient amount a small tract of laud is
hunted up and bought for ooah- This
is rented to industrious negroes, whose
characters they have means of knowing
thoroughly, and the rent from the lund
goes to swell the treasury till another
small farm can bo bought. In this way
acre has been added to acre until two
or more valuable farms have been
bought, and the aociety is proving the
scheme to be a first-class bit of Unan
ciering. It certainly speaks well for
those at the head of the aociety und re
t? ec ts credit on tho progresa of the col
ored farmers of Anderson County.
Prof. and Mrs. J. B. Felton, of Honea
Path, aro visiting the latter's father, J.
Miss Grace Thompson, who has been
teaching a flourishing school at Foun
tain Inn, has returned home to spend
Mr. and Mrs. John Gaines, of Abbe
ville, viaited the latter's sister, Mrs. J.
Mrs. L. M. Mahnffey, who has been
memling awhile with her parents near
Hopewell, has returned home. She
kvas accompanied home by her mother,
Urs. Newell, who expects to remain
\ ith her a few days.
Mrs. C. J.. Queeu and .Miss Sarah
highes, of Lavonia, Ga., spent awhile
villi the former's lather, J. I). Comp
Louie Graham took in the grand
lights nt the Charleston Exposition re
Miss Sallie KUis, of Lavenia. Ga.,
.?sited her cousin, Mrs. J. A. Wooten,
Mrs. Mary Mcphail and little V?nielle
ilcCarley vii ited friends and relatives
Miss Effie Bagwell, of Seneca, who
ina been visiting friends and rela
itives in this community has returned
Mrs. Morgan is spending a few days
sith her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Giles,
lear Earle's Mill.
P. S. Mabaffey and Claude Shirley
lave gone to the Charleston Exposi
ion. They are iutending to remain
J. R. Bruce ia with his brother, Dr.
J. G. Bruce, at Anderson, for a few
Kev. ll. J. Williams delivered anelo
luent address at the Baptist Church
.he third Sunday, on the work of the
Southern Baptist Convention.
Bonneau Harris, of Georgia, is spend
ing awhile at his father's, H.Harris.
The new bridge on Coneross, at tho
Livingstone place, will be completed
in a short time.
Mrs. Henry Crooks, who has been
teaching the school nt tho Seneca cot
ton mill, hus returned home on account
of tho smallness of the school.
Missionary Day waa observed at tho
Presbyterian Church last Sunday.
Money to Lend on Real Katate. Apply
to Quattlebaum & Cochran. 48-2
Laying of Corner Stoue of Central
Thc following ia the program of the
exercises nt the laying of the Corner
Stone of The Centrul Presbyterian
The Corner Stone will be laid at high
noon on Monday, June 2, by Worship
ful J/aster T. C. Walton, of Hiram
Lodge, No. 08, A. F. JU., S. C., with the
assistance of the members of the
Song by choir.
Prayer by Kev. O. J. Copeland, Chap
Reading of list of articles to be de
S?sited in Corner Stone, by G. N. C.
Laying of Corner Stone by Worship
ful .Master, with usual .Masonic rites.
Song by choir.
Address, by Kev. S. J. Cartledge.
Address by Kev. B. M. Anderson.
Address, by Kev. IL W. Keller.
Song by Choir.
Address, by Kev. M. B. Kelly.
Address, by Kev. William Uro wu.
Addrss, by Kev. J. D. Chapman.
Announcement by Worshipful Mas
ter, T. C. Walton.
Song by Choir.
Closing, by Kev. II. lt. .Murchison.
Examine Burns ?fe McClure's New
Horse and Cow Feed. 1
FOE RENT-Two nice rooms, cleeO
to Square. Apply at this office.
Put Us to the Test.
We back up BII we say about "Clifton"
Flour. Rack lt up, llrst, with our goods,
anti, second, with our guarantee. We
have nani a g ><><l deal about "Clifton" iu
the last few year's, and especially in the
psst few months, since we enlarged our
capacity and improved our plant. We
have made sume prettv strong statements
about the quality of "Clifton" Flour. If
weean prove all we say you ?an hardly
afford not to use "Clifton." Come in un
der our guarantee and put us to the test.
Bransford Mills, ?wenaboro, Ky.
The Summer Resort Folder of the
Southern Railway, containing much
valuable information, will be mailed free
to any address upon application to Agents
of Southern Railway.
W. H. Taylop. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Atlantu, Ga., R W. Hunt, Div. Pass.
Agent. Charleston, S. C., J. C. Beam,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
We offer thin week hundreds of pairs
of Sample Shoes at prices to please. Come
quick while we have your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too ch*>ap to quote.
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer: It is made from a prescrip
t-crlption of a leading Chicago physician,
and one of the most eminent in the coun
try. The ingredients are the purest that
money can buy, and are scientifically
com bined to get their utmost value.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes :
' Foley's Honey and Tar la the best prep
aration for coughs, colds and lung trou
ble. 1 know teat it ban cured consump
tion lo tho first stages." F vans Pharmacy.
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kidney? filter the Impurities
from the blood, and unless they do thia
good health is impossible. Foley'? Kid
ney Cure makes sound kidneys aud will
positively cure all forms of kidney and
bladder disease. It strengthens the
whole eyatem Evans Pharmacy.
Heel Sweeps will soon be in demand.
Sullivan Hdw. Cn. have them, both the
Teirell and the Victor.
If you make inquiry it will be a reveal
tion to you how many Buccumb to kid
ney or bladder troubles in one form or
another. If the pu tient ia not beyond
medical aid. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure. It never disappointe. Evans
Terrell and Roman Harrow Teeth can
be bought from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Wanted-Eyoryone who owns a South
ern Patent Well Fixture to know that we
have the Buckets and Valves for thlB Fix
ture on haud at all times.
Brock Hardware Co.
Foley's Honey aud Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be given to chil
dren. Evans Pharmacy.
Traveling ls Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys which
are kept lu place in the body by delicate
attachments. Thia is the reason that
travelers, trainmen, street oar men, team
sters and ali who drive very much suffer
from kidney dicsate in some form. Fo
ley's Kidney Cure strengthens tho kid
nej s and cures all forms of kidney and
bladder diaease. Geo. H. Hausan, loco
motive engineer, Lima, O , writes, "Con
stant vibration of the engine caused me
a great deal of trouMe with my kidneys,
and I got no relief until I unod Foley's
Kidney Cure." Evana Pharmacy.
Foley's Honey and Tar ls peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness. Evans Pharmacy.
A good yield of cotton or corn will de
pena in a large measure on the kind of
Cultivator or Side Harrow you may have.
Many farmers will differ aa to which is
the bebt implement of this kind. In or
der to catch and to satisfy all Sullivan
Hdw. Co. have a line that comprises all
of the desirable patterns manufactured.
The Perfect, the Roman, the Terrell sud
the Klondike. An expression from you
as to which you want would be appre
ciated by them.
Diamond Points for Harrows are car
ried by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Tho wise Merchants of North and
Routh Carolina are giving us business,
because they see at a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber's or Middle Man's profits.
Merchants, we ask you who have never
?eeo our lines of Hosierv, Panta, Cloth
ing, .Shoes ana Hate drop us ? card and
let one of our Salesmen call. You will
nee at a glauco lt is * your Interest to be
nunibsred among our grow a jg list of
customers. We sell only to Merchants.
Wishing you a prosperous New Year
WEBB ?fe CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, S. C.
Try a guaranteed box ot Wilbur's Cat
tle Powders if your stock are not shedding
and in good condition. J S. Fowler.
Money saved is money made, and todo
this on a farm you must have the right
kind of farming implements and tho best
labor-mivlng farm tool on Hie market is
our Keystone Adjustable Weeder. Call
and let us show them to vnu.
Brook Hardware Co.
In the Spring all Horaee, Cattle and
Poultrvneed a Spring tonia. I have the
best-Wilbur's Catt:o Powders. Guaran
teed J. 8. Fowler.
W. H. Shearer, Surveyor, You will
find mo at Dean <fe Ratliffe'e. Long d?a
tenos Phone at my residence.
You will find a big stock of Victor
Sweep Wings, all sizes, at Brock Hard
This ls our greatest year. We are
proud of our rooord, and are striving by
every honest moana to win you for a cus
tomer. Give us a trial if you have never
done so before. Vandiver Bros.
Pot Plants ?.nd Cut Flowers for ?ale.
Largo and small Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Cl ink seal es, 242 North Main Ht.
When you want first-class, up-to-date
PnOTos call on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their new studio next door to Ligtm ?fe
Ledbetter-upstairs. Satisfaction ls ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
If 60 you are the one we want to iee most,
for here you will find an excellent line of
Shoes, Slippers, Oxford Ties,
Etc., that are to be found in our city. Thia line embraces all that ia correct
in Style, Quality, Fit, etc., and when these pointe are considered the prices
are especially attractive. The Men, Women, Children, Muses and Infants
can fiad what they want in this liue. We want your next Shoe bill. There
is no risk for you, as you get a guarantee that's good. Possibly you haven't
bought all your
If not, we can interest you with our Stock of Muslins, Lawns, Organdies?
etc. They go at special sale prices.
All thc New Trimmings in Laces, Appliques, Bands, Galloons, Medal
lions, etc. We make special mention of our All Over Embroideries, All
Over Laces. Also, a new line of Embroideries, Insertings and Edgings just
See our P. K's., Dimities and White Goods.
Our Black Dress Goods are Second to None.
Our Colored Dress Goods are the prettiest.
Tull line of Hosiery, Uuderwear, Novelties, etc.
Also, Fans and Parasols iu a splendid assortment.
It's to your interest to do your Millinery business with ns. All the new
est ideas are here. The prettiest Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Swell
Hats. Ribbons in all the tints and colors. Our entire 8tore is filled with
Gooda that please the eye and purse of the economical as well as the extrav
When in town make this Store your place of business, and it won't take
long for you to realize that here you get the very best values that are to be
Your orders receive special attention, and samples sent when wanted.
Agency for McCall Bazar Patterns-10c and 15c. None better.
Lesser & Go.
Grand Opening Sale of New Spring Goods.
Our New Spring Stock is now Complete.
THIS MAMMOTH STORE is abloom with New Spring Merchandise.
Shelves and oounters are piled high with the ohoioest products money and
brains could get together. DRESS GOOD3. WASH GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS and GENTS' FURNISHINGS, all on a
broader, more lavish scale than any previous Spring since the birth of this
mercantile enterprise. We have brought here this season the grandest, most
comprehensive Stock of New Spring Goods ever seen in this city.
We invite you to call and inspect the New Goods. The encouragement
that comes with success has spurred us on to greater achievements, and this
Spring we'll make the welkin ring with values that will turu the full tide of
Spring Trade to the doors of the LESSER BIG STORE.
Every article quoted below is 25 per cent less than you can find them
priced elsewhere :
20 doz. Ladies Colored Border Handkerchiefs at. lo
15 doz. Ladies White Handkerchiefs, nice quality, worth 5c, at. 2o
25 gros3 nice Pearl Buttons, worth 10c, at per dozen. 5c
20 doz. Felt Window Shades on rollers at only. 8c
50 dozen Pure Linen "Window Shades, worth 35c, at. 19o
10 doz. Ladies Steel Rod Parasols, fast blaok, value 65c, only. 39o
5 doz. Ladies Fine Silk Parasols, regular value $1 50, at only. 98o
6 doz. Boys Waists and Shirts, worth 25c each, special. 15c
One job lot Ladies Leather Belts at only. 10o
100 White Counterpanes, ready hemmed, value $1.25, at . . 79c
50 doz. Ladies Bleached Gauze Undervest at only. 5c
10 doz. Ladies Pompadour Combs at only. : 10o
5 doz. Childrens White Lawn Caps at only. 10o
WASH. GOODS BARGAINS.
With a stock of Wash Goods that oannot be surpassed by any retail Store
in this section, and prices ruling under any and all other Stores io this oity,
we start an April Sale of Fine Wash Goods and White Goods that is unprece
dented in thia State :
Beautiful line Fine Batiste, sheer and exquisite, worth 12 Jo, at. 8c
1000 yards Colored Lawns and Dimity, value 10o, at. 8o
2000 yards Remnant Colored Dimity at only. 3o
1500 yards Engydine Batiste, value 10o, at only. 6o
2000 yards New Spring Percales, light and dark ground, value 10o, at- 7?o
500 yards Reversible Chambray at only. 5o
Big line New Ginghams and Madras, special per yard. 7o
30-inch Chambray, regular value 12*c, at only . ... . 10o
800 yards White Lawn, worth regular 5e, at only.2*c
1000 yards White Lawn, made to retail at 10o, our price. 5o
BLACK DRESS GOOD^.
Our Black Dress Goods Department is more popular than ever this season.
We are showiug the most correct novelties for Spring and Summer wear :
Black Granite Broche Fancy Goods, 40 inches .vide, at only. 20c
48 inch Black Mohair, worth 50o, at only. 35o
40 inch Black Mohair, worth 35c, per yard. 25c
NEW SPRING CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHINGS, &C.
New Mons Spring Suits, very extra special at.$3.25, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50
New Mens and Boys Caps, value 25c, at only. 10c
New Geuts Four-in-IIand Ties at only. 10o
New Boys Hats at only. 10c
Nev Mens Colored Collars at only four for. 5o
New line Mens Linen Collars, all sizes and shapes, at only. JJC
New line Boys Knee Suits, worth $1.00, at only. 75c
New line Mens Percale, Madras and Cheviot Shirts, worth 50o, at. 24c
New line Mens Fancy Socks at only. 5c
New line Mens White Alpine Hats, worth $1.00, at only. 50o
NEW SPRING SHOES ANO SLIPPERS.
NEW SPRING MILLINERY.
New line of Chinaware received for Free Premiums.
Ask for Coupons.
LESSER & co.,
ANDERSON, 8. C., UNDER MA80NIO TEMPLF.
Fresh Florida Vegetables,
Snap Beans lOo. quart.
Lettuce 5c. head.
Celery 10c. stalk,
New Crop Irish Potatoes,
SPANISH PEANUTS fox PLANTING 5c qt. or 40c peck.
C. FRANK BOLT,
THE CASH! GROCER.
L,S & D.
We have been handling two makes of Men's $3.50 Sheet,
and in order to keep np the line of sizes we were forced te
tie np more money in them than wise business policy would
admit of, so we have decided to discontinue one line, and te
clean up quick we have cut the price from
$3,50 to $2.50,
SPOT CASH !
This is a grand wearing, dressy Shoe, and a great opportunity
to get a good pair of Shoes.
This is a plain, simple statement of facts, without color
or exaggeration, and should Impress you all the more fully.
Our Shoe Department can fit you up in all kinds of
We are clearing out everything but good, high grade
qualities, and we will not let anything go into thia Shoe
Stock that we don't feel satisfied would give good wear.
Don't fail to visit the
Dry Goods A
We are having two interesting sales in each department.
Your dollar wiii carry great weight with us, and will do
valiant service for you if ?pent here.
C. F. JONES CO.