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VALUE Op E
'VVork of Importance fi
\ visit loone of tho packing-housoo *
t the stockyards will give a very
dear idea of the enormous amount of
money saved and mad? by the ^utiliza
tions of the portions of the animals
"laughtered there ?whioh cannot be
used for food. The late Philip D.
Armour was a very pratoioal man and
ilways did business upon the basis of
poor Kichard's adage, that "a penny
saved is a penny earned." The re
gUlt of this policy is shown in the
vast area occupied by the several fac
tories operated by his firm and others
in the same business for the manu
facture of hundreds of useful articles
from those parts of the steers, sheep
ind hogs that were formerly thrown
ID the earlier days of the industay
the hide, tallow and grease were usad,
but thc blood, feet, head.and offal
were uuried or hauled out on the prai
ries and dumped. The horns finally
became of some value, and after the
born pitch was removed they were
shipped to Europe and there manu
factured into horn buttous, oombs and
varions ornaments; but no manufac
turing of this sort was attempted in
the United States until within the
last twenty years. About the firflt
use made of the offal at Chicago was
in the latter part of the 70s, when a
small blue manufacturing plant was
established near Ashland avenue on
the river. There was no attempt to
buy material from the paokers, hut
tbe story goes that the cattle heads
and feet from the trenches in which
they were buried by the paokers dur
ing the day would be dug up at night,
hauled to the glue factory and con
verted into glue and hone fertiliser.
Soon after this paokers fonnd out
that the material had some value and
began to charge for it. In the mean
time quite an industry had been built
up in the manufacture of glue, and in
the year 1885 Armour & Go. purchas
ed the Wahi Brothers glne faotory.
This was the first entrance of the
packers into the manufacture of glues.
Tbe industry has grown rapidly, and
Armour & Go., having the largest glue
plant in the world, not only use all
he raw material furnished by their
wn packing-houses, but also buy
irgely from all the smaller paokers.
They manufacture several kinds of
lue. The phosphate of lime in hone
s held together by a nitrogenous ma
rial which can be taken out of the
one hy cooking for a long time at low
emperature and the glue is taken out.
*ter the glue is extracted it is oon
entrated in a vaouum, chilled by re
rigeration, ont up into thin layers,
ried on wire screening in large hot
"ir dryers and sold as sheet glue,
rokan glue or ground glue, as the
de may demand. The diamond
hape marks on sheet glue come from
he wires on which the glue is dried
hile in a plastic condition. During
e process of glne boiling the tallow
d grease are extracted and skimmed
ff, and the boney and meaty matter
dried, ground up and sold SB fortili
r. It contains certain proportions
f nitrogen and phosphorus, combined
iih phosphate of lime.
Gelatin is made from selected calves
ock and is very carefully manufao
red, the process being somewhat
nilar to that used in thc making of
Isinglass made from animal tissues
used by brewers in the clarifying of
?ir liquors. It is a transparent
Mle artiole sold in sheetB, and re
tables the finest grades of gelatin in
It may be said that in the fertilizer
dustry Armour & Co. were pioneers.
theearlj"80s, Peruvian being very
gb and a demand having arisen for
mmercial fertilizers, it was suggest
that the meaty and boney material
Posited in the bottom of large tanka
?d in rendering lard and tallow be
?ed and used as a source of nitrogen
compounding fertilizers, mixing
lh them the acid, phosphate made
dissolving South Carolina rook
ospbato with aoid. A hot dryer
^signed, and that was the begio
H of the fertilizer industry in Chi
At the same time the blood aconmu
"g ^om the killing of oattle, boil
to coagulate the albumen and dried
'team dryers was also used as a fer
1Ief, tho entire output for a number
J??rs being shipped to New York
? Boston, as there was no demand
fertilizers in the west. TheBe ms
w> with hoofs and horns, are vain
?-chiefly for their nitrogenous con
?.blood and hoof meal contain
Jjunost as much nitrogen as nitrate
^Jorsulphate of ammonia. For
?aber of years they wera sold to
manufacturers of fertilizers, bat
pearly '90sMr. Anw? began
Btuiuessi himself, oomWoing with
.nutorial jnoiash from Germany,
Phosphat?s ftom the South.
rom Selfish and !Publio
Thia part of the packing business
has grown very rapidly, and Armour
& Co. now have plants at many pointB
in the United States for the manufac
ture of fertilizers, shipping their blood
and tankage to those points, making
their own sulphuric acid and acid
phosphates and supplying the trade
of each immediate seotion. Fertili
zers are made of different strength for
different soils, climates and crops, a
quiok-aoting fertilizer being prepared
for garden truckers, who must get
their product into the very carly mar
kets, and a slower aoting fertilizer for
winter wheat. Practically all the cot
ton in the United States, with the ex
ception of Texas, is grown with fer
tilizers, and nearly all thc winter
wheat produoing States are now large
ly using them.
At the fertilizer works is now pre- 1
pared blood albumen, which, up to
within five years ago, had been im
ported entirely from Europe. It is
used by calico printers in fixing oer- 1
tain pigment colors to the cloth, and j
is similar in appearance to the -white
of an egg. When ?ts temperature is '
raised to a certain point it coagulates?
After the cloths are printed they are 1
steamed at a temperature approximat- '
ing 200 degrees Fahrenheit. This 1
action coagulates the albumen in the
ink, rendering it insoluble in water, 1
and meenanioally fixes the color in 1
the cloth. Albumen is also used by '
tanners in finishing leathers, by mak- 1
era of certain extracts, by sugar manu- 1
facturero and for the clarifying of '
Dried blood is used as a fertilizer .
and is also beginning io be used large- >
ly as a stock food. It is the most con- i
sentrated food we have, containing <
something like 87 per oent protein, 1
=tnd gives exceptionally good results i
svhen fud to horses and other live i
stook in connection with their regular <
Feed, two or three ounces being given i
i day. The Kansas City experiment i
station has discovered that a disease ?
known aa the scours, which greatly *
troubles young calves, can be cured ]
t>y the addition of a little of this dried j
dloo? to the skim milk on which they r
ire fed. This discovery is saving (
thousands of calves every year. Cer- j
tain portions of tankage are ground <
ip into meat and largoly sold for poul
try and for the fattening of hogs and j
>\har live stock. Bone, coarsely gran- (
llated, is used for the same purpose? ,
In the bone cutting department, an
ther branoh of the fertilizer busi- 1
less, are made handles for knives,
'azora, etc., carved and dyed to ro- (
?embie stag horn; also collar buttons,
jipe mouth-pieces, hon* screws used 1
;o connect the mouth-piece io the 1
jowl of the meerschaum and other j
>tpes, dice, little square blocks used ,
>y dental students for filling teeth, ?
'or nursing bottle rings and shields
ind bone buttons of al! kinds.
In the manufacture of the fine steel ,
)arts of guns, bicycles, automobiles
ind other maohinery, the steel is fash
oned into its final shape when soft
ind then put into a box of hard gran
ilated bone. This, box is then put
nto a furnace, heated to a certain
lolor, dumped into water, and the re
mit is that a very high carbon steel
las been formed on the outside of the
)arts thus treated, making them ex*
remel;/ hard. ,
Hoofs are assorted into three grades;
he white hoofs being used for a cer
ain grade of button closely rescin
ding the better quality of pearl but
ons. A striped hoof is flattened
nto a plate through pressure 'under
teat and used in the manufacture of
?air-pins; striped hoofs are also used
n the ? .anufaoture of buttons. Black
i.oofs and hoof scrap are used in the
nanufaoture of cyanide and chrome.
Scraps of hoofs ground up into a ftae
>owder make a nitrogenous fertilif<>r
br grapes and other crops.
The tallow and grease of s. carcass
ire used in the manufacture nf soaps.
Ita certain time In thc boiling of
loap salt is introduoed into ?he kettle,
vhich precipitates the glycei.'n of the
at together whioh the lye, vhich is
Irawn off and from them is mi uufao
ured glyoerin. All grades o' soaps
ire mads, from the very finest toilet
ind shaving soaps to the mottled Ger
nan scrubbing soaps. Washing pow
lera are also prepared.
Curled hair is made in large quanti
les, and all grades and colors.
The garnet sand used in the manu
acture of sandpaper and the emery
ised in the mannfaoture of emery
>aper and cloth are fastened to the
>aper with glue. Armour & CO. own
i garnet quarry in Connecticut, and
tome idea of the extent of their works
nay be obtained when it is said they
nanufaoture daily from twenty to
weuty-flvo miles of sandpaper.
The pharmaceutical laboratory is
mc of tho moat interesting parts of
ha Armour plant. Armour & Co.
are the largest manufacturers of pep*
Bia in the world. Pepsin is a ferment
something like yeast, and ita function
ia to dissolve the alumeaoua parts of
the food eaten BO that it can he as
similated daring the process of diges
From time immemorial people have
been troubled with goiter, a disease
of the thyroid gland oa the throat.
Some years ago it waa discovered that
if the thyroid gland of sheep or other
animals is administered to sufferers
from this disease the trouble maybe
relieved. Heneo it ia now desiccated
and aold to druggist as a powder, and
physicians report exceptionally good
results from its use. Other glands
are desiccated and are supplied to the
medical profession by Armour & Co.,
and a great, deal of original researoh
work is continually being done in
their pharmaceutical laboratory.
The suprarenal capsule, a ?small
gland immediately above the kidney,
furnished an active priuoiple which is
au extremely pu wert ul heart stimulant.
It ia used in eye surgery, and in the
treatment of hay fever, as it seems to
have a beneficial effect in reducing
irritation when applied to membranes
of the eye and nose. All these phar
maceutical articled are prepared in
various shapes and are well known
and used by the medical profession
all over the world.
Tho pelts of the sheep slaughte red
at the packing-house are deaned, and
the wool is pulled out, "dried, graded,
and sold to the wool manufacturers.
The wool is so thoroughly prepared
that it commands very high prices.
The sheep pelts are then piokled and
Bold for the manufacturo of gloves and
other leather goods. The hides go to
T?he history of the eztraot of beef
Borveo to illustrate tho progross of the
packing industry daring its rapid evo
lution from the old-fashioned slaugh
ber-houBO to the wonderful plants of
bo-day, where every department is con
ducted under the most advanced scien
tific methods. Realizing that South
American and Australian extract:,
??hich are made from wild cattle, usu
ally killed for their hides and bones,
cannot possibly possess the delicious
la vor of those made from the carefully
fattened domestic cattle of the United
States, the Chicago packers have en
leavored to preserve the true flavor in
i concentrated form. Tons of fresh
neat are used daily for this purpose.
Alfter the extract has been taken from
;he meat the fiber is dried, ground or
powdered and sold largely in foreign
narkets, where it is used in various
'orm of food, principally for animals.
Che liquor oooked from tho meat is
joncentrated in vaoouum pans to either
lolid or fluid consistency, as may be
lesired. It is then a pure ooncen
rated essence of meat.
Gouffe says that "beef broth is the
he soul of domestic cookery," but
low to get that "soul" from the old
imo "shin of beef" has proved a diffi
iult problem to many housekeepers.
!?ow, with a pot of beef extract at
land, the oook has, without time or
-rouble, the best of stock for making
loups, sauces, beef tea and other deli
AB the consumption of beef extraot
las gtown, so too have the varieties j
if preparation. One may obtain it ai I
i solid or finid, ia tablets with a com
unation of vegetables, or in the form
?f as par ox, which is extract of aspara
gus and beef extraot, or in tomato
mullion, a combination of tomatoes
ind beef extraot.
A few years ago a physician friend
>f the late Mr. Armour asked him
vhy he did not make a preparation of
teef that would be a nutritious food
ipon whieh life could be sustained;
hat this was needed particularly for
he invalid and convalescent, and
tointed out that his means and posi
ion as a packer made suoh an expen
lensive investigation possible. Mr.
Armour gave instructions to his ohem
sts to start the work, and as a result
hey have plaoed on the market solu
te beef. This differs from beef ex
ract in that it is the real substance
if the meat (fiber and all), oonoentrat
d and predigested. An idea of its
lutritive value may be had by compar
ng it with raw beef juice, which has
. high reputation as a food for the
iok. The London Lancet's analysis
f soluble beef shows that it contains
4 per cent food value, while raw beef
uioe contains from 2 to 5 per oent
nly. On that basis one teaspoonful
f soluble beef is equable to from 10
o 27 teaspoonfuls of beef juice. It
JB7 be used with hot water without
ffooting the nutritive value.
William E. Curtis.
?urea Blood and Skin Diseases, Itch
In? Humors, Eczema, Scrofula, Etc.
Send no money-simply write and
ry Botanic Blood Balm at our ex
tenso. A personal trial of Blood
ialm is better than a thousand print
d testimonials, so don't hesitate to
rrite for a free sample.
If yon suffer from ulcers, eczema,
orofula, blood poison, oanoer, eating
ores, itching ukin, pimples, boils,
tone pains, swellings, rheumatism,
aiarrh, or any blood or skin disease,
;e advise you to take Botanic Blood
>alni (B. B. B.) Especially recom
mended for old, obstinate, deep-seated
ases of malignant blood or skin dis
ases, because Botanic Blood Balm
B. B. B.) kills the poison in the
lood, cures where all else fails, heals
very sore, makes the blood pure and
ioh, gives tho skin the rioh glow of
lealth. B., B. B., the most perfeot
ilood purifier made. Thoroughly test
d for 30 years. Cost $1 per Targe bot
te at drug stores. To prove it oures,
ample of Blood Balm sent free by
writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
)cseribe trouble and free medical ad
ios seat in sealed letter. f@* This
a an honest offer-medicine seat at
.oe, prepaid.- Sold in Anderson by
)rr-Gaay Drag Co., Wilhite & Wil
ite and Evans Pharmacy.
Comity Mutual Benefit Association of America.
The County Mutual Benefit Association of America is now organizing the
Anderson Division of 1,000 members. The membership fee is $5.00, whioh
covers the first ad vaneo death assessment. One Dollar for every member is
deposited with Mr. James M. Payne, the Secretary and Treasurer of the An
derson Division, and is held in Tho Bank of Anderson, subject to the order of
Nelson R. Green, the President of the Anderson Division, to pay the first
death loss by the Association. ;
The Policy is elear and simple, agreeing to pay thc sum of one dollar for
every member in the Division upon the surrender of the Polioy and approval
of the proofs of death of a member in good standing. It is a home organiza
tion, managed by honorable, high-minded business men, for the benefit and
protection of home people. It reduces life insurance proteotion to the mini
mum of oost that the average of human life will allow. There are no big sal
aried officers to pay, and there ave no big annnal premiums to be sent out of
the County into some rioh Northern insurance company's rocket. All the
money stays right at home, and when it is paid out every member knows ex
actly to whose benefit it goes in time of trouble. Until tho first thousand
members are scoured applicants will be received up to 55 years of age, there
after no member will be admitted over 30 years of age. We want good, relia
ble agents tn every township in Anderson County at once. Persons desiring
to become agents for their township will write or oall on TH03. W. NORRIS,
manager of agents for Anderson County._ 19-4
WE have enlarged our Store room
and added to our Stove and Tin busi
ness GLASS and CROCKERY, and
would be pleased to have you call aud
inspect Goods aid get prices.
We sell the bc6t Cook Stoves, Ranges
and Hinters on the market. Would call
special attention to the Air Tight Wood
Burner. It will burn knots, chunks,
chips, corn-cobs, roots, trash of any
kind, and gives the greatest arno,HU of
beat with less fuel limn any Stove in ex
8?&- We contract for Roofing, Gut
tering, Plumbing and Electric Wiring.
Yours for business,
ARCHER & NORRIS.
Do not Fail to try our Specially Prepared
8 1-2 2-2 Petrified
Bone Fertilizers for Grain.
We have all grades of Ammoniated Fertil
izers and Acid Phosphates, also Kainit, Ni
trate of Soda and Muriate of Potash; all put
up in new bags ; thoroughly pulverized, and
no better can be found in the market.
We shall be pleased to have your order.
ANDERSON PHOSPHATE MD Oil CB.
|C?rts G&ol?ra-Inf anton?,
DuuThoca, Dysentery, and
the Bowel Troubles ot
Children of An/Uga.
I Aids Digestion, R?gul?tes
I tjie Bowell? Strengthens
Costs Oaly 25 cats at Dni?gists, *^$g$g?
Or mn 25 casts to C. ?I. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
I turra found Dr. Ifoffatt'i
bey wma a teeth! n tr child, rrery tnootjdiss dry warned tu that w? would ineTitably lose Um. i happened upon
TEETHINA, and tc^an nt onca ?drjnla toting ft to him, and hla lmpro remen? was marked la 24 boara, nnd from
thal day on bo recuperated. I bare constantly kept lt and used lt rince with mr children, and haro taken IT***
Dlaarareln sounding tu pralMa to aU mothers of roans children. I Xooad lt invaluable oren after the Uethlnc
parlod was passed. SUS. D. H. HARDY.
"MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES !"
It is very easy to make Hay while the sun shines if you have
A DEERING MOWER and RAKE.
THE many advantages the Deering- Mower has enables the operator to
work it with much more ease than any other machine, and no time lost in go
ing around stumps and trees. This Machine is so constructed that the driver
is at no trouble in lowering ?nd raising the cutter bar in passing stumps and
trees. With no effcrt scarcely he brings the cutter bar to an upright position
without stopping the Machine. There are many other advantages the Deer
ing Ideal Mower has that we will show you when you want a Mower. Tho
Pitman Rod of this Mower has only two pieces, while all other Machines
have from ten to twenty-five pieces to wear out and be replaced.
The Mower is not all in looking up an outfit. It is essential to have a
good Rake, and the Deering Rake is the simplest Rake on the market A
comparison of our Rake with other makes will convince any farmer that it is
the Rake he nee is. The devices for dumping are so constructed that a child
can operate it without any assistance. If you are in need of an outfit let us
show you our Mower and Rake and be convinced.
Now is the time to sow your stubble land in Peas and harrow them in
with one of our TORRENT HARROW8.
We are still headquarters for ali lines of Hardware, Nails and Wire.
BROCK HARDWARE COMPANY,
Successors to Brock R roth erw._
BLACKSMITH AND WOODWORK SHOPS !
THE undersigned, having succeeded to the business of Frank Johnson
& Co., will continue it at the old stand, and solicits the patronage of the publia
Repairing and Repainting promptly executed.
We make a specialty of "Goodyear," Rubber and Steel Horse Shoeing
General Blacksmith and Woodwork.
Only experienced and skilled workmen employed.
We have now ready for sale Home-made, Hand-made Farm Wagon
that we especially invite your attention to.
We put on Goodyear Rubber Tires.
Yours for business
Church Street, Opposite Jail. J. P. TODD.
LESSER & COMPANY.
Remarkable Pricing of New Fall Goods.
A mammoth collection of the very best Fall aud Winter Goods at
LESSEE'S. A store full of New, Bright aud Fashionable Merchandise at
prices that cannot be equalled. Moaner showing of new Dress Gooda, Goun
ter* piled high with fresh. n?jw Dry Goods, Domestic Notions, Hats, Shoes,
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. The whole priced only as LESSER
oan prioo it. For tho last 40 years the leader* of low prices and the recognis
ed trading place of Anderson County.
NEW FAL.L, BARGAINS IN OUR NOTION DEPART
100 r-oien Ladles Perfect Fitting Bibbed UnderveaU at only. iiiza
60 Doren Ladies Perfect Fitting Union Suits at only. ?ic
26 Dozen Ladies White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 6c. at only. ' 2c
100 Doren Ladle? Extra Heavy Home Knit Hose, *alue 10c, at only." 70
16 DOWD Infants Wonted Hoods, real value 25c, a'- only. 15c
40 Dozen Ladles All Wool Fascinator*, real value 40c, at only. 24o
SO Pairs Kat ra Heavy 10 4 White and ?rey lllanket.s. at only Per Hair. C5o
10 Doren Lud les Flannelette Underskirts, ready nude a. only. 24o
600 yards Table Die Cloth, ?rst <iualtty at only. 16o
10 Doten Ladds Black Parasols at only. 25c
26 White Counterpane?, ready hemmed, extra large size, at only. ?9c
New Fall Bargains in our Dry Goods Department.
8 cents Outiuxs iu dark and light shades atonly. . i7:o
100 yards of Bemnanta of Cheviots, extra heavy value 10c at only . bo
Ono Lot Remnant* cad Sheet Lengths in all wool Bed Flaunel ot only. 12'$
500 yards Dark Styles In Percale?, last colors, nt only. i
1000 yards Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel at ft, C, 7, 8 and 10c yard.
800 yard Wool Piad Dress t?oods, real value ?Sc, at on'ye. 17J?o
New Fall Ldue of Up-to-date Ladles Cloaks and Reefers.
We were fortunate to purchase whilo in Now York five hundred sam
pler of up-to-date Ladies Cloaks, made of thc very best material. When in
need of any CLOAKS it will pay you to see our linc before purchasing as we
will save you 50 per cent, on thc dollar.
One lot Ladle. Fine Cloaks, all colon, Silk Lined, al only. 11.50
One lot Ladles Fino Tan Cloaks, made of French Diagonal, at only. $2.25
One lot Ladles Black Cloaks, made of Flue Beaver,Bilk Lined, atonly. 82.08
One lot Ladiea Extra Heavy Mellon Cloaks, nil colors, Silk Lined, .at only.- 88.48
One lot Ladles Black Bonclay Jackets, Silk Lined, at only. 81.48
Ono lot Ladles Black and Tan Kersey Jackets, bilk Lined, at only. 81.25
One lol Ki ra Fine Sample Lino Russian Blouse Jackets, value S io. 81.60
One lot Child's Heavy Keefer?, lo all sizes, at only. 26o
One lot Child'? Cheviot Beefers, in all color?? and sizes, at ouly. 76o
One lot Child'? Extra Heavy Melton Reefers, beautifully trimtnod, at only. 98c
NEW FALL LINE OF MILLINERY.
Woofler 250 Ladles Elegantly Trimmed Hat?, any shape and color, at only. 98o
One Lot Richly Trimmed Children's Hau at only. 48o
Do not buy any Ladies Hats until you seo our immense variety of ele
gantly TRIMMED HATS which will be sold AT A SACRIFICE.
NEW SHOES. NEW FAL.L L.INE OP SHOES.
Our immense Shoe trade has foroed us to increase our Shoe steck. We
sell only solid leather Shoes at tho very lowest prioes. Our Shoe stock is now
completo. We purchased all of our Shoes from the largest manufactures in
the United States and guaraotee any Shoe that goes out of our Store.
One Lot Ladies Dongola Shoes, all solid leather, at only.75c
One Lot Ladies Grain Button and Lace Shoes, all solid, at only .?5o
One Lot Ladies Vesting Top Shoes, ail sizes sud nniid 'loather, at only... 85o
One liOt Men's Brogan Shoes, cabio screwed, all leather, at only.75o
One Lot Ladies' Fine Dongola Suoes, scotch bottom, value $2. at only. ..$1.48
One Lot Gentlemen's Vici Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, at only.$1.50
ODO Lot Boy's Brogan Shoes, all solid, 3 lo 5J, at only.50o
NEW L.INE CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
100 Dozen Gents Fleece Line Shirts, well worth 50o, at only. 35o
10 Dozen Gents oil wool Undershirts, regular value $1.50, at only. 95o
New Line Gents Hats of any stylo and color, from 25o to $2.00.
New Line of Gents Singlo Coats, value $2, at only. $1.48
New Line Gents Trousers, just received, worth $1.50 and $2, at only... $1.00
New Line Chesterfield Gents Blue Flannel Suits, real value $10, at only $7.50
Free, Free, Free-Hand Painted China FREE. A House-wife's delight, a
nicely arranged table. Buy your Goods of US and got a set of hand painted
CHINA FREE. Ask for Coupons for free Premiums.
Yours always truly,
LESSER & CO.,
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE. LEADING STORE OP ANDERSON.
Wliy Not Give Your House a Coat of
MASTIC PAINT ?
You can put it on yourself-it is
already mixed-and to paint your
house would not cost you more
?^ive or Six Dollars!
Ori>Gray & Co.
HOME SEEKER EXCURSION RATES
The Western and Atlantic Railway and Nashville, Chat
tanooga and St. Louis Railway,
To points in Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Missouri. 8olid vesti
buled trains between Atlanta and Memphis. Only one change of cars to
principal western cities. Very low rates to all points North, Northwest and
West. Best service and quickest time via the Scenic Battlefield Route.
For schedules, rates, maps or any information, write
JOHN E. SATTERFIELD,
Traveling Passenger Agent, No. 1 Brown Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Sept 10, 1002_1^_ (im
cr ? S
H pl M
. ? on
Acme Paint and Cement Cure
Specially used on Tin Roofs
and Iron Work of any kind.
For sale by
ACME PAINT & CEMENTl CO.
F. B. GR AYTON & CO.,
Druggist", Anderson, S. C.]