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Fublislml avery Wednesday.
J. P. Cl.INKSCALEB, I EDITORS AND
C. C. LANGSTON, S PROPRIETORS.
ONE YEAR, - - - - $1 60
SIX MONTHS. - - - 75
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1902.
The information comes from Wash
ington that the appropriations by the
present Congress exceed the receipts
of the National government by over
The production of pig iron in this
country Las now reached the highest
point ever known. Indeed it has
reaohed such proportions as would
justify calling it hog iron.
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The Washington Post says: "If
the South Carolina people elect Jim
Tillman governor there will be ample
justification for many of the harsh
things said of that State."
A young lady bas been discharged
from the war department in Washing
ton fer criticising the President.
Free speech will soon be done away
with if *he rough rider continues in
President Roosevelt last Friday
sent a special message to Congress
urging reciprocity for Cuba. Ile
thinks tho interests or America will
be greatly subserved thereby, but
many prominent members of his party
differ with him.
A call for meetings of negroes in all
parts of the country to discuBs the
necessity of emigration to Central
Africa has been issued from Chatta
nooga. Evidently the steamship com
panies have a notion that the negroes
of the South have managed to save up
something during the past year or two.
Col. E. H. Aull, of Newberry, pri
vate secretary to the Governor, who
has been spoken of as a candidate for
Secretary of State, has announced
that he will not make the race. Col.
Aull says a State officer must have an
inoome outside of his salary to live io
Professor Starr, of the University
of Chicago, says the wedding ring is a
mere relic of barbarism. It may be
perfectly safe for Professor Starr to
fire away at the wedding ring, but if
he wishes to stand well with the girls
he will make no attempt to abolish the
If all the States of the Union will
adopt the primary plan of South Caro
lina in the election of United State?
Senators there will be no need of a
constitutional amendment to accom
plish the purpose. A large number of
States have already adopted the plan,
which has proven entirely satisfactory.
The Confederate Soldiers Relief
Association has issued a circular in
viting all Confederate soldiers who
are needy and destitute to communi
cate with the organization at onoe.
The chairman of each county pension
board and two citizens of each county
will act as a committee to assist the
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The tremendous leap in the price
of meat is a hardship on the poor
people whose incomes are already
taxed to the limit in order to supply
the necessities for their families. In
the large cities beef is now being re
tailed at 35 cents per pound, and it is
likely to remain about that figure for
some time to eome. There is a big
demand for beef cattle all over the
The Democratic organization in
Indiana has in its State platform
sounded a clear cali to tho political
battle of 1?02. Thc Democratic party
and a majority of the American peo
ple will fall in lino at that call, array
ed for conflict with the tariff bred
trusts and the party of tho tariff and
the trusts. They must win the fight
if the country is to be rescued from
The Democratic Congressional Com
mittee should by all means make
trusts and the tariff the paramount
issue of thc approaching campaign.
The campaign literature, the work of
Democratic speakers and of Demo
cratic newspapers, must all deal ag
gressively with this issue. The Ameri
can people are determined upon relief
from trustism and thc tariff, and the
National Democracy must lead the
movement which shall terminate in
victory for the people.
Mrs. Virginia D. Young, of Fair
fax, S. C., editor and proprietor of
the Fairfax Enterprise, desires to
edit a collection of sketches of "Wo
men of Today iu Sout.'i Carolina," and
to this end a?ks the help of her broth
er editors, the members of the Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, the Daugh
ters of thc American Revolution and
of men and women everywhere in the
St:?to who would like to put upon re
cord tho mit able labors, of women
, among us engaged in whatever kind
of work for the help of humanity.
The Mouse of Representative to be
elected this year will bc chosen under
tho new apportionment made since the
Federal census of 1UO0. There are
29 additional distriot.s, bringing up
the total membership of the next
House to 380, and there is some un-1
certainty as to the political cusogeo
caused by the reapportionment in
several of the States.
Mrs. E. E. Ledbetter is visiting her
son, D. A. Led better, of Anderson.
Miss Mattie Brace, who has been at
tend: IK tho Brenan College at Gaines
ville, Ga., is nt Loine for the .Summer.
Mrs. Eliza Gaines, of Onkway, spent
a while with her father, J. A. Gantt.
M?BB Kate Sharpe attended the
Smith-Brown wedding nt Newberry,
-./liich occurred Juno 4th.
Misses Maggie and Leila Thompson
have returned home from Chicora
College to the delight of their many
Prof. J. M. Fant spent a while with
his sister, Mrs. C. P. Kay, of Belton.
Mrs. Morgan lins been in feeble
her. 1th for the last few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Woolbright spent
Sunday with B. Ragsdale of Seneca.
Hampton Holcombe is seriously ill
at this writing.
Miss Annie Campbell and brother, J.
E., spent Friday and Saturday in An
derson witli their uncle, Dr. S. G.
Married, on the 20th of May, Mr. W.
A. Bowen and Miss Emma Crooks.
Little Stonewall Shirley has been
.lohn McCarley and daughter, of
Seneca, visited his mother, Mr?. Sarah
John llick& and family of Lavonia,
Ga., visited J. A. Wooten.
Kev. J. T. Morgan is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Morgan.
The home of lt. F. Moore was sad
dened by tt e loss of his little child
which occurred on the 18th. The little
ono had only been sick for a few days
with cholera infantum. Funeral ser
vices were conducted at the Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. John Hoggs visited re
latives at Central quite recently.
Miss Mary Ligon who lias been oil'
at College is now at her father's, Rev.
T. C. Ligon.
Mrs. Bell Grant, of Seneca, visited
her daughter, Mrs. Heury Crooks.
Mrs. Jane Woolbright has been quite
sick for the past few days.
Henry Whitworth, of Lavonia, Ga.,
spent a few days with Billie Holcombe.
Calhoun Harris, of Anderson, was at
his father's, J. C. Harrie, the second
Kev. W. B. Hawkins preached an
excellent sermon at Eureka the second
Sunday to a largo and attentive con
Tom Anderson, of Anderson, visited
his brother, W. L. Anderson, of this
Our clever young friend, Richard
Brown, of this place, has gone to An
niston. Ala., to accept a position there.
Ho wiii be greatly missed by his many
friends who wish him much success.
Mrs. Lizzie Brenzeale is visiting at
the home of Bailey Brenzeale.
Some ot our young people attended
the picnic at Cooley's Bridge Saturday
and report a pleasant time.
S. X. Pearmnn has returned homo
after an extended visit to relatives in
Texas and Mississippi.
The people ot this community are
looking forward with much pleasure to
the Union meeting which meets ut Eu
reka the fifth Saturday anil Sunday iu
this month. I
Tom Davis and John Martin, two
popular young gents of Andersou,
were calling on some of our fuir ones
We noticed among tho many visitors
nt Eureka the Second Sunday Misses
Lola Wardlaw, Gertrude Rhody, Carl
McConnell, Fred Finley, Allen Martin
and MrB. Kate Robbins.
Ray Gaillard and Sam Kay, of An
derson, were seen in our midst recent
ly- Come again, boys, for wo know
you arc always welcome visitors.
Charlie Harper, of Anderson, visited
the home of his parents recently.
Fred Pearman has returned home
from Clemson where he grnduated
with high honors. Pansico.
Wheat is uearlv all harvested and
has turned out to be the sorriest crop
made in this section in a number of
years. Spring oats are a complete
Some few of our inhabitants are on
tho sick list but none are serious.
Among the visitors nt. Zion Inst Sun
day we had the pleasure of meeting
our old friends from the Iola section,
Messrs. Foster and Eugene Mitchell,
Sam Buchanan and John Green.
Several of the Zion boys spent last
week in Anderson attending Court.
The Bong service at this place last
Sunday was well attended, some 400 or
r?00 people being present. The singing
was led by Profs. Hale, Thomas, Bar
nett, Clark and Reynolds. Each did
their part well, and the only objection
was that the day could not last a week.
A shooting scrape took place at Port
man last Saturday morning between
two negro laborers, Lovelace Youngaud
Wallace Dudley, in which Young shot
Dudley, inflicting a slight pistol wound
in the cheek. Young wns arrested and
carried to Anderson and lodged in jail.
(.?uite a number of our people went
to Atlanta on Smith's excursion. All
of them report n pleasant time.
Prof. J. C. Lenderman will conduct
an all-day singing at Zion on the third
Sunday in July. Other leaders will
nlso by present. Everybody is invited
to attend with song hooks and well
filled dinner baskets. Singing will be
5in promptly at half-past nine on
I In our next we will tell the many
readers of the Intelligencer something
of the work of tho new dam nt Port
Deputy Sheriff Hendrix arrested a
negro, Walter Johnston, nt Portman
last Saturday, who was tried at the
last term of Court in Union County
and a sealed sentence left by the Court.
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News is very scarce this week.
Crops are looking tine in this section
and the grass ia still finer.
Miss Leathy Anderson, of Leesville,
ia visiting her brother, J. P. Anderson,
of this place.
John Busby and sisters, Misses Net
tie and Bessie, nf New Hope, and
Frank Skelton and Miss Beside Harriss,
of Mountain Creek, visited li. H. Car
ter and sister, Miss Lucy, tlie second
Walker Hombree and sister, Miss
Kate, visited relatives near Reed
Creek, Ga., recently.
C. I). Jones visited at Lavonia, Go.,
Saturday and returned home Sunday
accompanied by hissistcr, Miss Eunice,
who has been in school at that place.
Miss Mamie Gray visited in our
midst Inst week.
Success to tho Intelligencer.
air Candidate?' announcement* will be> puh
Iblied utitil tho r.'i-iiary Election for Fire Dollars
-l'AVAi:r.E i.f ADVANCE. Don't ask us to credit
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Con?
f;rew from thc Tblrd Congressional District, eub
ect to the action of the DrToc.--tic primary ?lec
tion. WM. J. ST AIBLING.
I announce myself a candidate for Congress
from the Third Congressional District, subject to
the action of the Democratic Primary.
E M. Ul. CK EB Jr.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Con?
cress from the Tblrd Congressional District, sub
ject to the result of the Democratic primary elec
tion. I. ii. MCCALL A.
I hereby announce myself a candidato for the
State Senate, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary election.
JNO. K. HOOD.
I hereby announce mycelf as r. candidate for
the .State Renate, subject to the action of the Dem
_JOSHUA W. ASHLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for re
election to thu House of Representative*, subject
to the action ol' the Democratic prsmsry election.
R. B. A. ROBINSON.
I hereby anuounce myself a candidate for re
election io the House of Repiesentat'vee from
Anderson County, subject to tbe rule? of the Dem
ocratic primary. G. A. RANKIN.
I herehy announce myself as a candidate r>r
the House of Representatives, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary election.
A. H. DAGNALL.
FOR COUNTY TREASl. BER.
1 hereby conon nee myself ait a candidate for re
election to the office of County Treasurer, subject
to the action of the Liemocraifc primar v election.
JAME? M. PAYNE.
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for re
election to the otlics of Couuty Auditor, subject to
the lu'.et of the Democratic party.
_?i N. C, BOLEMAN.
I hereby announce myself a candidato for the
office of Supervisor for Anderson County, subject
to the action of the Democratic primary election.
fc>. O. JACKSON.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re
election to the office of Couuty Supervisor, subject
to the rules ol the Democratic partv.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for re
election to the officH ol Judge of Probate of An
derson County, subject to th? iction of the Demo
cratic pniii.i' y election.
R. Y. H. NANCE.
To the People of Anderson County :
I hereby unuouuca myself H candidate for the
office of Probate Judge of this County, subjret to
the rules of the Democratic farly. I confesa I
hare no great love for the Court House, bat "ne
cessity is a bard master " If elected I will strive
to be Just ami kind to all, and to discharge my du
ties lu such a manner that no one ever will be
sorry I was elected, this I*, the last time I will
ask for a County office. Very truly yours.
E. 3. BROWN.
Watches and Jewelry.
Watches ami Jewelry of all kind? Re
paired promptly. Give ino a call.
JOHN S. CAMPBELL
ANDERSON. S. C..
Opens Monday, june i6, ?902.
IT oilers the best business training
that money can buy in the shortest
time possible, and 'at' the lea6t ex
Business Education has aided mil
lions to rige, it will aid you if you
will give it a trial.
$36.00 pays for full Business br
Shorthand course, including statione
ry. Our Common Sense English
course, with stationery, $18. $75 payB
for Business or Shorthand course, in
cluding board, tuition and stationery,
14 weeks. It will pay young men and
women and parents to call on us at
Collego opens Mot.day. June 16th,
9 a. m. and, 7.30 p. m. in Armory
Hall, over Hall Bree'. > ; ^
?ALOEf? BUSINESS C?lLLGc,
ANDERSON. S?. C.
In your blood ? Physicians call it
malarial germ. It can be seen chang
ing red blood yellow under a micro
scope. It works day and night. First,
i: turns your complexion yellow.
Chills, aching sensations creep down
your back b:.nc. You feel weak an*i
Enters the blood, drives out the yellow
Ftiiann and stops the trouble at once,
t not only prevents but completely
cures chills, fevers, night sweats and
malaria. The manufacture's know
all about this yellow poison, and have
perfected Roberts' Tonic to drive it
out, nourish your system, restore appe
tite, purify tho blood. It has cured
thousands of casts of chills, fevers and
malaria. It will cure you or your
money back. Tins i* lair. Try it.
ORR, GRAY & CO.
DENDY DRUG CO.
WLj we are always so busy-not busy
selling cheap Goods, but pleasing our
customers by gluing them the best
Goods that money obtains at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
A FEW HUMMERS.
10U0 yarda nice figured Organdies, real 10c goods, in beautiful
patterns, per yard. 6c
1000 yards Navy Blue Satin Striped Lawns, with white figures,
real 15c goods, at per yard. 8ic
All of our 12ic Lawns reduced to per yard. 10c
All of our 25c Lawns reduced to per yard. 19c
1000 yards best Mosquito Netting at per yard. 5c
Beautiful Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide, soil finish, won't
split, a real 91.25 value, at per yard. 90c
Nice line of Wool Skirt Goods from per yard.. '..10b to 81.00
2000 yarda good Calico at per yard. 3Jc
Beautiful line of Embroideries from the cheapest up to extra wide
50c edges at per yard. 29c
Ladies' Oxfords, all sizes, at per pair. 48c
Better ones at 75c, 98c, 81.25 and $1.50 per pair.
Wolfe Bros. Fine Shoes for Ladies, greatest $2.00 Shoes on earth.
Men's Patent Leather Shoes, the 84.00 kind, at.88.00
Very fine Patent Leather Colt 8kin Shoes, at.$3.50
Men's very fine Vici Shoes, look like 83.00 kind, at per pair.. 81-98
Selz Fine Shoes for Men at.82.00, $2.60, 83.00 and 83.50
CLOTHING. SHIRTS. HATS. ETC.
Men's Suits, All Wool Worsteds, Berges, etc., the 87.50 kind, at
Men's Plaid Suits, all wool, the 86.00 kind, at per Suit.82.75
Fine 4ine of two-piece Summer Suits for men at per Suit
.88.98,84.98 and $7.50
Men's $12.50 Suits at per Suit.89.98
500 Madras Shirts for men, patent collar button fasteners
at each.49c and np.
Boys' Fine Shirts at._25c to 48c
Boys' Fine Bough Straw Hats at only, each. 25c
Men's Jumbo Bough Straw Hats at each. 50c
100 dozen Suspenders, with leather backs and tips, ct per pair
.10c and up.
100 dozen Men's Seamless Ked, Blue, Tan and Black Sox, at per
G. H. BAILES & CO
COLEMAN - WAGENER HARDWARE CO.,
(SUCCESSOR TO C. P. POPPENHEIM,)
363 KINO STREET,.CHARLESTON, S. C.
SHELF HARDWARE A SPEOIATTY.
- AGENTS FOR -
Buckeye Mowers, Bri?ley Plows, Oliver Chilled Plows.
GEORGE A. WAGENER, President.
GEORGE Y. COLEMAN, Vice Pr?sident.
I G. BALL, Secretary and Treasurer.
NOW is the time to make a selec
tion of a
The "Kroeger" is the perfection of
mechanical construction, and for artis
tic tone quality has no equal. Don't
be talked into paying a fancy price
for a cheap instrument, but see me
about prices. 1 can sell you the very
best at an exceedingly low price.
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines.
Machine Need If a 20c. per doses.
H. Fi. WILLIS,
Next Door to People? Bank.
WE HAVE TOO MANY HATS!
W? are not going to run any risk with our Big Stock Hats, and to insure
its moving now have put prices down to a lower notch than ever before.
Wo have them in every shape that is correot. Every size brim and best
quality fur as any you can get around town for $1.50-choice.85o.
Some people call this a cheap plaoe. Well, we are not ashamed of that,
considering that co one will wonder at this when they read what we are offering.
Strictly All Wool Pure Blaok Clay Worsted Suits, in all S?ZOB, Suits that
are made and trimmed and fit as perfectly as any you can get for two five dollar
bills, choice here. . ..$5.75.
A complete line of Fine Suits ju Blue Thibet at prices ranging from
.$2.75 to $5.00.
EXTRA SPECIAL MEN'S SHOE.
Wc have purchased ot a large Shoe manufacturer in Massachusetts, who
got left with oceans of unsold stock on hand. Of course you know what that
means. Reduction in price-not 10, 15 or 25 per cent off, but whole dollars
chopped ott". It is a great chance for people who want to wear sensible Shoes.
Don't miss it.
Special Sale of Men's Balbriggan Underwear at 15a.
Negligee Shirts, all kinds, at prices cut to the bone.
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE.
Next door to O. D. Anderson.
We give you the Opportunity to spend your Money
most Profitably at our GREAT
Friday Afternoon Sales I
THIS has been the key-note of the success of these great 1
sales for more than two months, and the true ring of economy 1
they continue to give each week makes them a lasting, help, 1
fui commercial enterprise that economical people everywhere I
appreciate. For this week the list of Bargains points ont ?
immediate savings that no one should miss.
Sale No, 1. Begins at 2 OUJlocfc I
J^W> T * SALE OF COLORED DIMITIES.-Here is c ?
I J^*^\wonderful economy ; in uleganoy, for these certain- m
fa _s5& v^Lf^ vVy are tuo moat d^iy Dimities we have oeen thia fi
iHLSS? ^ Or* gglRiseason unde:' 15c per yard, and tho variety is ^ f
li ^ BEGINNING ///broad that even the most particular tasto eaa be ?|
IN^S- AT ?PM Ate*jfi wited. They include effects in Blue, Gray, Pini ?
y^fr^ A\\ "v ^Jf? ft?d La-ender. For just sixty minutes you 015 Sj
vLj?f ll buy them at. 6?? fl
^^9L ? Ladies' Leather Bolte, regularly aold at7&, tl,00, 'fl
^^SS^^ $1.25, for this hour. . 25s jg
Ladies' Colored Waists, our entire stock, regularly sold at 75o and $1.00, for fi
this hour..35c ff
New Novelty Mercerized Dress Goods, regularly sold at $1.00, for this hoar 33o H
White Dimities, Corded and Striped, regularly sold at 10c, for this hour.. 5c 9
Ladies' Blaok Silk Mitts, regularly sold at 25o and 35c, for thia hoar_lOo 5
Japanese Open and Shut Fans, regularly sold at 5c, for this hoar. ic fi
Ready-to-Wear Wrappers, regularly sold at 75o and $1.00, for this hoar.. 45c I
Ladies' fine quality Black Taffeta Skirts, beautifully taoked and Silk Jubj.fl
trimmed, with full graduated Flounce, reg. sold at $12.50, for thia hoar $7.50 fl
Ready-made White Aprons, regularly sold at 25o, for thia hour. 12c H
The Celebrated R. & G. Corset, regularly sold at $1.00, for this hoar.50a fl
8ale No-2 at 3 O'Clock. 1
ffl?^ V * Jfc?V The permanent popularity of these Friday Hour-fl
/y^' 4 Ju ^^>\ ly Sales in our House Furnishing Goods Depart-fl
Iff. , ?jy01 fflmenc is a meras'of great esvisg io the economic?! fl
In tfiSS^ eV ? pSgH|hopeekeepert ior each week we strive to make th? fl
W -^.aiOlNNlNO ?. Iii items interesting and give values that eoold never I
>^AT^^J/f be offered at any regular selling time.
W5r^T j?\ i _ ?' >iy Warranted Alarm Clocks, value 75o, for t?ia
m^^r. iii V Jp nour........ .55*
^^^??^^?^r Butter Mouldo, one lb. oize, value 15o, for this
. ^^5BgSP^7 hoar....MO?
Tea Strainera, value 5c, for thia hoar.
Nutmeg Graters, value 5o, for this hoar. 2?
Glass Pickle Di?he?. vain? fto^ for tkis hear....... ...... . zc
Spice Boxes, six in Cabinet, value 18c, for this hoar. ........ 10?"
Large Bise Rat Traps, value 10o, for thia hoar.ii i 6c
Best Blue Enamel Covered Sauce- Pan, value 20c, for thia hoar.. v ...... 14?
Best Blue Enamel 12-inch Pan, value 35o, for this hour....24c
Eaamel Ware Preserve Kettle, 14 inoh, value 50o, for this hour. 34e
Wall Packet Coffee Mills, value 30c, for this hour. 18? fl
Fancy Decorated Tea Cans, value 10c, for this hour. 5? fl
10-inch Handled Tin Sance Pan, value 10o, for this hour,. .... fefl
9-inoh Enamel Ware rio Plates, value 12c, for this hour.. 8cfl
10-inch " " u, " _ " 15o, for this hour.10?fl
Glass Molasses Pitchers, value 15o, for this hour.'.... 801
Blue Earthen Ware Pitchers, Bowls and Bakers, value 15o, for this hour. 10c fl
Men's*Elastio Seam Jeans Drawers, the 50c kind, for this hour.37?
Men's Fast Black Lisle Thread Half Hose, value 25c, for this hour. 10c
Ladies' Very Fine Button Shoes, value $2.50 and $3.00, for this hour.. .$1.00
Japanese Matting, 40 yard roll, sold everywhere and anywhere at $10, for
Sale No 3 Begins at 4 O'Clock.
COLORED DIMITIEf, the 8c kind, (ten yard
limit,) for this hour ten yards for. 30c
Fine Bleaching, free from staroh, the 10c kind,
|for this hour.,.. 5<H
Ladies' Hose, fast blaok, fall regular made, doa
'ble heel and toe, value 25c, for this hoar..... 10c
Crochet Knitting Silk on Spools, value 10o, for
this hour. 4fr
Fine Brown Apron Linen, valne 15o, for this
Ladies' two-toned Blaok and White Straw Turbans, value $1, for this hoar 25o "
Ladies' Untrimmed Straw Shapes, value 50o, for thia honr. 5o
Children's two-toned Straw Hats, value $1.00, for thia hoar.25?;
36-inch wide Silk Mall, all shades, value 25o, for this hour. 10c
Large size Tascan Shapes, value 75o, for this hoar.25c
Large Bunohes Violets, valne 25o, for thia hour.. Be
Large Bunches Flowers, white, pink and bine, value 25c, for this hoar... 5c
Advertisers of Facts Only,
JULIUS H. WEIL S CO.
SOX, SOCKS !
One-Quarter Hose or One-Half Hose !
IT doesent matter what you oall them, we got them in endless variety,,
and at prioes to snit oar Sox customers. The real 10c. kind 5c. pair, or better'?
still three pairs for a dime.
"Vby more People don't Buy Good Shoes
When they are at it ia a question that puzzles us. By the time the. Summer
is half over aome people have bought two of three pairs of Shoes and paid1
DOUBLE THE PRICE of a good pair. Our Shoes will easily last yon eight
or ten months if treated right, and wc are selling them fast. We want you
to try one pair. ,,
Twenty dozen Men and Boya 75c. STRAW HATS, bought so as to sell
them to you at 29c. eaoh.
SUSPENDERS 10c. pair that will coat you 15c. to 20o. elsewhere.
Still selling that sweet granulated SUGAR 18 lbs. for $1.00.
Always keep Arbuckle's COFFEE at Ho. per paokage.
Twelve pounds cooking SODA 25c.
Just compelled to keep that Labon Choice TOBACCO at 25o. lb., seven
plugs to the pound.
Some say that Austin baits you. That's all right-they are good baits,,
and yon get such a big bite for a dime.
Come to see us-we give you good values.
Yours always truly,
JOHN A. AUSTIN ANO THE MAGNET,
High Prioe Breakers and Low Price Makers, down next to Post Office.
xave Just Received.
Two Cara Fine Tennessee Vf.'Hey
Red Gob Corn.
You run no risk in feeding this to your stock.
Will also make the very finest meal.
Come quick before it is all gone.
O. D. ANDERSON