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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1903.
Mr. George W. Fanl.
The funeral services of Mr. George
W. Fant, whose death we briefly men
tioned in last week's issue of Tho
Intelligencer, were held at his home
in this city last Friday morning at 10
o'clock, and were conducted by Kev.
J. 1). Chapman, I). I)., at the conclu
sion of which tho remains were inter
red in Silver Brook Cemetery, ills
five sons who live here and his son-in
law, J. II. Acker, Esq., were tho pall
bearers. A largo number of sorrowing
friends attended tho services.
Mr. Fant was tho eldest son of the
late William Fant, and was born in
the old Calhoun section of Holton
Township on January ?3?), I82?. In his
childhood his parents moved up into
Garvin Township, near Pendleton,
where he remained with his father on
the farm until he waa about 20 years of
age, when ho came to Anderson rind,
accepted a position in the office of tho
old Anderson Gazette, which was then
Eublisbed by Todd & I?UBBOII. Here
o learned the printing business.
After learning his trade ne went to
Abbeville and published a paper a
few months, and then returned to An
derson. In 18?U Mr. Fant was ap
pointed postmaster for Anderson,
which position he continuously held
until 1K80. serving both the Federal
and Confederate governments, and a
more faithful, zealous, careful olliciul
never served the government in any
capacity. Shortly i after his appoint
ment as postmaster ho opened a book
and stationery store in connection
wi*' sis otlice, and in this busiuess he
continued until four years ago, when
he turned it over to two of his sons a.id
retired.. Few men ever lived that en
joyed better health and retained their
faculties and vigor mon; than he did
until he was stricken with paralysis,
which caused his death. He possessed
a good luemory and was well posted
on all the events of his time. He
never sought political or other honors,
but always took a deep interest in tho
affairs ot tho State and County, and
always was ready to lend a helping
hand and speak au encouraging word
for any enterprise that would advance
the interest or welfare of this County
or his fellowmen. He had been a
director of the Bank of Anderson
since its organization. We never
knew a moro even-tempered man, or a
man who had better control of his ac
tons or words. He attended strictly
i . ?Ja own business, and if he could
i?ut epeuk a favorable word for a per
son he would keep his words and
thoughts to himself. No ono ever
lived in this section who had moro
real friends and as few enemies. He
never made a profession of religion or
joined a Church, but he believed in
the teaching: of Christianity and lived
up to them strictly. He was a member
of the Masonic fraternity and of the
Knights of Honor. Truly a good man
has gone to his reward, and his mem
ory will long be cherished by a wide
circle of friends.
,k On Jauuary 10, 1850, Mr. Fant mar
/ Tried Miss Mira Williamson, of this
'..'County, a sister of the late Mrs. T. J.
Webb, of this city. The gcod wife
preceded him to the grave seven years
ago. By their union six sons and
three daughters were born, and all but
one of the latter survive them. The
surviving children are Messrs. Foster,
Rufus, Benjamin F. and Theo. B.
Fant, of Andernon, Walter S. Fant, of
Weatherford, Texoa, N. L. Fant,
postal clerk on the Blue Ridge Rail
road. Mrs. J. H. Acker, of Anderson,
and Mrs. J. H. Grant, wife of Gov.
J. H. Grant, of the province of Loy te,
The lovely spring tune ls here again,
and all nature aeemH t<> bs rejoicing.
After standing for months donnant, ap
parently dead, the trees are budding nnd
flowers are blooming. Thus our Wise
Creator spreads before us an objeot les
son so tb'it we may bav? souse conception
of the glad resurrection morn. This
Easter time, when ten thousand voices
are chanting "tho Lord is risen," our
heart* rejoice In the hope of a blessed
After a week of clear weather we have
again been visited by a severe ralu
storm, the heaviest we have bsd this
?earfcaccompanied by a grand electrical
ispiay. As the lightning' flashed aud
the thunder rolled we felt that a mighty
Power was ut war in tho elements. But
while the storm was howling in l<a fury,
out in the west one bright star shone
through the gloom and we knew the
worst was over.
Wheat and oats have come out wonder
fully nineo the lovely spring weather set
In. The fields look like emerald carpets
spread ont to cover the bosom of mother
Tho fruit crop seems to haye been un
injured by the late frosts and now bids
fair for a heavy vlold.
The Glee Club entertainment at the
Behool houae on the 11th was quite a
au oe eas In every way. The house was
crowded with an appreciative audience,
tho muslo was fiuoand the amateur ac
tors did well. We bad n" Idea what we
had so much talent among ovr youog
men. Perhaps the performance may be
repeated later, as rc many orv "encore."
Mrs. W. A. Chapman ana daughter,
.of Anderson, came up Saturday to vial;
Miss Mnry Chapman. They were the
guests of Mrs. L. C. Garrisou while
Muses Hattie and B?salo MoWhorter,
now of Anderson, came up homo Satur
. dav for a short visit
W. A. MoWhorter has his new house
. finished sufficiently for occupancy.
Cadete Willie Garrison and Will Er
win, of Clemson, came home Saturday
on a abort furlough, Incognita.
Letter to Mr. J. F. Fant.
Anderson, S. C.
Dear Slr : Porterhouse, so much;
neck, so couch; all the way between.
Just so with paint. Do voe Lead an ri
Zlno ls the porterhouse. Nobody wt in ta
the nook; th? between, aamooay, is good
enough for them.
Bat Devoe costs, less, not more, than
between. Lead and oil la between; it la
the old-fashioned paint. But zinc has
come In. Zhao toughens white lead.
Dsvoe Lead and Zinc ls the paint.
Mr. John N. Dolt al, Fair Haven, N.
T.. writes :
Mr. Charlea Hollenbeck, of this place,
Stinted hie house three years ago with
svoe Lead ?nd Zlno; his father painted
at the same time with lead and oil. To
day the eon'? house looks ss well as the
day lt wai painted, while the father's
house has ell chalked off and needs
painting very badly. The father says he
will paint with Devoe next time,
F. W. DEV OB St Co.,
NOTICE-AU persons are, hereby
warned noe to hire, harbor or sid Mary
Da?ls, aUas Mary Muohpleaae, ellas
Lin ly" Hardy, as she ia nuder contract
witn me for this year. Persons dlare
gsruiu? this notice will be dealt with
according to law. L. B. TUCKER.
April 4, 1003.
FOR SALE-Two burr mill rook, ?
smutter, scouring and cockle machines
and a lo- of other mill machinery al a
low price. Apply to A. C. Keys, Ander
Bon, S. G. 2t 43
A New Schedule.
Last Sunday a new schedule went
into effect on the Blue Ridge Railroad,
which will now run eight trains a day
in and ont of Anderson, and all of
them will carry passengers. At Seneca
close connection will be made with all
trains on tho Air Line Road.
No. 12 will leave Walhalla at 8.85 a.
m., arriving at Anderson at 10.C5 a. m.
and at Belton at 10.80 n. m.
No. 12 will leave Walhalla at 8.35 a.
m., arriving at Anderson at 10.05 a. m.
and at Belton at 10.80 a. m.
No. 7 will leave Belton nt8.15 o.m.,
arrive at Anderson at 8.45 and leave at
10.20, urriving at Walhalla at 1.40
No. 9 will leave Belton at 11.05 a.m.,
arrive at Anderson at 11.20, arrive
Seneca at 12.14, and returning No. 10
will leave Seneca at 1.80 p. m., arrive
Anderson at 2.27 and arrive at Belton
at 8.10 p. m.
Returning No. ll will leave Belton at
8.20 p. m., arrive Anderson nt 8.45
p. in. and arrive at Walhulla at 5.12 p.
No. 8 wiii leave Walhalla at 3.10 p.
m., leave Anderson ct 7.20 p. m., and
arrive at Belton at 7.50 p. m.
No. 3 will leave Belton ut9.15 p. m.,
arriving at Anderson ot 0.42 p. m., and
No. 4 will leave Anderson at 0.00 p.
m. and arrive at Belton G.80 p. m.
'1 his will bo the best and most con
venient schedule ever operated over
this road, and we hope it will bo per
Hunter's Spring Dots.
Tho middle of April is hero and very
little fertilizers have beep put in the
Sround, and hardly any corn planted,
[ever in the memory of this writer
were the farmers so late getting their
crop ready for planting.
G. V. Tate, one of our substantial
young farmers, is ahead with his crop.
lie pays be has all his cotton and corn
planted and his corn plowed over the
first time. George is a bustler and
lucky will be the girl that gets him.
Miss Eva and Flora Kay, two charm
ing young ladies of Anderson, have
been visiting friends and relatives in
Several of our young people attended
L. B. ilaire singing a few nights ago in
the Denver section.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hall, of Pelzer,
visited here recently.
There was n funeral four days in
succession at Ebenezer (colored,) Bap
tist Church, near here, last week.
Born, to Mr. und Mrs. Chas. Dunn,
The big Easter egg hunt at the school
house last Friday was highly enjoyed
by all present. It was a most enjoya
ble occasion throughout the day. In
the morning Mr. John Smith came out
from Anderson and took a photograph
of tho school. Promptly at 12 o'clock
the school waa called to order by the
teacher. Miss Maud O'Neal. After the
scholars had been nicely arranged, the
visitors were invited in to occupy the
seats prepared for them, and shortly
afterward began the speeches and
readings, which were highly enjoyed
by all present. The little hoys said
their^speecheB manly and the girls were
not a bit behind them. The school
room was beautifully decorated with
evergreens and flowers. At the con
clusion of the speaking all were invi
ted to the grove, where 100 eggs had
been hid, and for an hour or more the
happy voices and merry laughter kept
time with their search for eggs. Thus
ended a day long to be remembered by
those whoso good fortune it was to be
Rock Mills News.
Some of our farmer* began planting
cotton seed last week, thou ?h, as a gen
eral thing, they are behind with their
We are sorry to hear complaint from
some of our farmers of rust being on
their wheat as the prospect was very
line so far. Oats are'aleo looking very
The engineering corps of railroad sur
veyors passed through the upper part of
our township last week. They crossed
the river (Seneca) at Sloan's old ferry,
where the iron bridge waa that was
washed awav a few yean ago. They
came out by W. H. Campbell's and from
thence to C. I. Cnauiblee'e, New Hope
Church to Anderson, They 'spoke of the
road as a certainty. It would be nico to
have a road so near us with a otatlon at
C. I. Chamblee's.
Our venerable friend, G. J. Campbell,
has been ill for some time, but we are
glad tu repoit him a great deal better at
W. J. Freeman, who was stricken
with paralysis on his right side about a
year sgo, we are sorry to say that he has
not improved much. He has the/ sym
pathy of his many irlenoH. II J came
very near losing his house by Ure the
first Buuday in this month. It caught
on the roof and but for thu timely arri
val of some colored people from Church
lt would have burned down, as they suc
ceeded in putting it out.
J. T. MoCown, who got so badly burt
from a fall from a scaffold while recover
ing a house on his place, baa about re
Mrs. J. D. Stoneoypher has been con
fined to her room for several days with
Yesterday was a beautiful day for
preaching therefore there was a large
crowd ut Providence. Among the visi
tors we noticed Mrs, McClure, Miss Ru
by tiilmer and Rob Burns (rom Ander
The school at Providence will close
April 24th with an entertainment by the
Late yesterday afternoon we had some
rain and hail and last night more rain
and at thia writing it is still raining.
April 13, _Y.
Cheap Rates via Southern Railway.
On the dates named below, the South
ern Railway will sell special round-trip
tlokets as follows:
On account of the General Assembly
of the Presbyterian Church la the U. ti.
A , to be hold at Los Angeles, California,
May 2l8t-June 2nd, 1003, the Southern
Raliway will aili tickets at greatly re
du ?od rates vu Los Angeles and San
Francisco, Cal. Tlokets will fae sold
Mav2odand May 15, 1003. Stop-overs
will be allowed in Colorado and all points
wost thereof. _ ?
To Nashville, Tenn., account of Gener
al Assembly, Cumberland Presbylat?an
Church. Rate ot one fare plus twenty
five aents for the round trip. Tlokets on
sale May 19th, 20th and 21st, with final
limit June 1st, 1903.
To Ht. Louis, Mo.i account of Dedica
tion' Ceremonies, Louisiana Purchase
Exposition. Rate of one flrst-olaaa fare
for the round trip. Ticket o on cale April
29tb, 80th and May 1st, good to leave 8t.
Louis not later than May 4th, 1903, re
TO Atlanta, Ga., scvount of National
Convention, B. Y. I 17. of America.
One flrot-clasa fare plus twenty-five cents
for the round trip. Tlokets on sale July
8th- 0th and 10th, with final limit July
16/1903. ' ? L
To Richmond, "Va., account of Southe rn
Educational Conference. Rate of one and
one-third fares for the round trip. Tick
ets on sale April 20th sad 21st, with final
limit Apiti 28th, 1903,
Solid vestibuled trains. Elegant Pull
man Bleeping car service. Unexcelled
Dining Car Service. For fnU Informa
tion in regar? to schedule* tlokets, etc ,
apply to any Agent of the Southern Rail
wyooop^.or. R ^ HUKT,
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, 8. O.
Sunday School Institute.
Program of tho 29th Annual Session
nf the Saluda Baptist Sunday School
Institute, which meets with the Leba
non Church on Tuesday and Wednes
day, April 28th and 20th.
1st. Introductory sermon at ll a. m.
by Kev. W. T. Tate; alternate, Kev.
K. W. Burts.
2nd. Enrollment of delegates.
3rd. Recess for one hour.
4th. Appointment of usual commit
5th. Report from schools. Three
minutes talk from one delegate from
0th. The Sunday School, its manage
ment, how best to make it a success.
Speakera, A. K. Campbell, B. F. Maul
din, M. 0. Smith.
7th. Shall euch teacher make the
salvation cf each member ot' the class
a constant aim in teaching ? Speakers,
Kev. W. T. Tate, Kev. W. M. Brown,
Kev. fl. McGee.
Adjourn at pleasure.
Meet at 0 a. m. Dovotioual exorcises
for 20 minutes, conducted by Kev. L.
8th. Are the international lessons
satisfactory? If not, what may we
substitute for them? Speakers. T. T.
Wakefield, Kev. W. if. Hawkins, J.
0th. How may we best teach the
children the facts of mission ? Speak
ers, Kev. O. L. Martin, H. S. Shumate,
Kev. W W. Leathers.
10th. What preparation is necessary
for a teacher to make before coming
to the class? Speakers, J. M. Paget,
George T. Buker, J. W. Eskew.
lltn. Superintendents and teachers
Appointed speakers limited to 15
minutes each, all other speakers 5
minutes each. Adjourn.
L. P. Smith, Chm. Com.
A lot of fertilizers have been put in
the past week, and some cotton and
Miss Gertie Sanders has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. John Thompson.
J. S. Neal and S. O. Campbell have
been visiting their grandfather, G. J.
Campbell, who is very sick at his home
in Kock Mills Township.
The school at this place bas closed
and will have its commencement ex
ercises on the 15th inst.
A. G Hombree and wife have been
visiting friends in this section.
The school at Hunter's Spring,
which is taught by Miss Mand O'Neal,
ia in a flourishing condition. This
school has a literary society, of which
J. F. Eskew is president. On Good
Friday the school had its photograph
taken, and the pupils i?uQjgcu iu au
egg bunt. Mab/ visitors were present
ana the occasion was highly enjoyed by
Lee Sanders, who has been teaching
school in Belton Township, has re
turned home, his school having olosed.
He is now an agent for the Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
The young people had a most enjoy
able singing last saturday at the home
of M. L. Campbell. R. L. G.
Wild Hog News.
Rev. A. A. Merritt preached an ex
cellent sermon to a large audience last
first Sunday at Zion.
Oar school at Zion is progressing
nicely with Chas. Barrett as teacher.
Our farmers have not done any farm
work to amount to anything yet. Al
though March was a most lovely month
there has been a great deal of rain
too much to plow-but before many
days glide by all farm machinery will
be ushered out and put in motion and
everything will be in a big rush.
Tho small grain crop is looking prom
The health of our people is very good
at this writing.
Sloan Whittaker and his charming
sister. Miss Cora, worshipped at Zion
Moore & Suttles have built a new
storeroom, which adds xauch to the
appearance of onr community.
Miss Daisy Moore, of Anderson, spent
last Sunday at home.
The smallpox has about subsided
Milch cows and pigs are in demand at
a fancy price. Willie.
Carsweil Institute Items.
The farmers are now putting the
furrows to the right place.
"M?TOO ia scarce and work is plentiful.
The sohool at this place, which has
been ander the management of Miss
Selma Shirley, a pretty and efficient
teacher, closed Friday, 3rd inot. Some
of oar young men regret very mach to
see her leave.
Joe Jones, one of Anderson's popular
Soung men, was in our midst a few
Daniel F. Dolan, inspector of the
Kural Free Delivery service, went over
the routes in this section and was well
pleased with the carriers'good service.
Miss Rosa Bowen visited relatives in
the Mohawk section recently.
One of onr yonng boys made a call
recently on his bett girl, and bia mule
Eot loose, consequently he had to walk
ome. Well, young man, we know
you are a new nana at the business,
but tie vonv male better next time.
Kent Jackson spent a day in Ander
son with relatives recently.
Confederate Veterana Renalen.
Cheap Rates to New Orleans, La., via
On account of the Confederate Vete
rana' Reunion, to be held ai New Or
leans, La.. May 10th to 224, 1003. tba
Southern Railway will sell round-trip
tlckots from ail pointa to New Orleans,
La., and return, at tho rate nf one cent
Ear mlle distance traveled Tloketa will
a on sale May 16th to 21at, Inclusive,
with final date to leave New Orleans
without validation May 24tb, 1008. Orig
inal purohaaera of such tloketa may se
cure an extension of ?Mo limit to Juc ?
15th 1003, by depositing tloketa witta the
Special Agent at New Orleans not earlier
than May 16th qr later than May 24th,
upou payment of a fee of fifty conto. The
Southern Railway offer? convenient
eohedulea and moat excollont service,
and every effort will be made to assure
Veterans and their friends attending the
Reunion a most pleasant and comforta
ble trip. Unsurpassed Pullman accom
modations will be afforded, and the ser
vice In every respect will ba all that
could be desired. Full information and
particulars as to schedules, etc, will be
cheerfully furnished on application by
any Agent of tho Southern Railway, or
R. W. Hunt. Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, 8. C. ; W. H. Tay loo, Asa't,
General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
Yon have no idea how maota old Iron
there ls around the average farm until
you collect lt all up tn your wagon and
bring to Fant Bro?., nest door to the Io .
talllgencer office, and get 25o. por 100 lbs.
spot cash. R?mern her this when coming
to Anderson for fertilizer and lt will re
pay you for your time.
Letter to Mr. James Anderson, Anderson,
Dear Slr: No. said the painter, I don't
ase prepared paints because they're thin;
not suited for all work as each coat of
paint must be different consistency, sod
besides I'm not ass enough to pay 91.CO
for the linseed oil in thom, when I can
buy it out of a barrel st 80c s gallon.
Then they told him that he could add 3-4
Kallon cf oil to each gallon of Jj. dc M.
Paint, producing 1 3-4 (rallona finest
Saint, and he made flight to the store of
losers. F. B. Cr&yton A Co
LONGMAN A MARTINEZ,
We have great iuducements to offer
you in Hosiery, Panta, Overall?, Drawers,
Piece Goode, cte. We will bo In our o di 00
for the next sixty days. Buy from us
you get the mill prices. We save you
the jobbers profits. Call on us and be
convinced. We are selling the Isrgest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB A CATER,
Com minion Marchants and Mill Agents.
Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough.
Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 300 Park Ave.,
Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows :
"Our two children had a severe attack of
whooping cough, ono of them In the par
oxysm of coughing would often faint and
bleed at the nose. Wo tried every thing
we heard of without getting relief. We
then called in our family doctor who
prescribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With
the very first dose they began to improve
and we feel that it has saved their lives.
Refuse substitutes.-Evans' Pharmacy.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidney?
and bladder right. Don't delay taking.
Don't let this opportunity pass and fail 1
to get a Terracing Plow oheap.
Brook Hardware Co.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiatos, and will not constipate like near
ly all other cough medicines. Refuse
A few more Knot Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks for 50c. See Brook Hardware Co.
When you want Plo VB please bear in
mind that none are equal in quality sud
so perfectly shaped as those manufac
tured bv Towers and Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
Cbronlo Bronchitis Cured.
"For ten years I had chronic bronchitis
so bad that at times I could not speak
above a whisper," writes Mr. Joseph
Coffman, of Montmorency Ind. "I tried
all remedies available, but with no suc
cess. Fortunately my employer sug
gested that I trv Knlnxr'M Tfnnny anri
Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous,
and I am now cured of the disease. On
my recommendation many people have
uaed Foley's Honey and Tar, and al
ways with satisfaction."-EvanB' Phar
Pneumonia la Robbed of Itt Terrors.
by Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops the
racking cough and heals and strengthens
the lungs. If taken In time it will pre
vent an attack ot pneumonia.-Evans'
MEXICAN JUNE CORN.
ONE hundred bushels selected Seed
from above variety. Yields well when
planted late, and stands drouth.
Price $2.00 per bushel-50c. peok.
JOS. J. FRETWELL,
Anderson, S. G.
April 8, 1903_48__4
Thousands pf dollars wort
is being sold out at ACTUAL <
Our entire Stock of Dry C
Chinaware, Glassware, Ename
j be disposed of at once. This St
As an Exclusive Whole
We will sacrifice every dei
No Goods charged to any 01
Ho Good' rient out for appr<
No Goods taken back.
No Gooda delivered to resid?
We discontinue our Every
The ?rst comers will mn
Fresh Goods at ACTUAL C081
FOR SALE-A lot of fine Bared Ply.
month Rc % White Plymouth Bock and
Brown Leghorn Eggs for settings. Apply
to Oakland Poultry Yards. W. H. Nar
din, Jr. tf March 24
Any wTiuK will muon ?ave the cost ora
set of Blacksmith Tools by doing his own
work. Bullivan Hardware Co. have a
weii selected stock of andi toola.
Fant Bros. are the largest Hide dealers
in Anderson. Pay the tcp of the market
for green and dry Bides. Correct weights
guaranteed and spot cash paid at their
>moe next door Intelligencer office.
Bny vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Go.
WANTED-Respectable young women
to learn Cigar Making. 96 to 98 per week
can be made in two montos time. En
dorsed hy the ministers of Charleston.
Hoard scoured for girls from the country.
American Cigar Co.,
88-6 Charleston, 6. C.
CITY LOT* FOR SALE-Situated on
ac d near North Main Street. Five min
ut?e' walk Oou't House. Apply to J. F.
Clink scales, Intelligenoer o nico.
Ditching Shovels-All kinds and at
lowest prices. Sullivan Hardware Co.
have ten patterns of Shovels frons which
you can take yonr choice.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have Poultry
Netting io all heights. For a durable
and low-priced garden or poultry fence
nothing will equal tula netting.
J nat received ?wo Cars of Buggies, all
prices-985.00 fox* a Top Buggy np.
"Va^diver Bros. A Major.
As long as there is new Iron sold, old
Iron will continue to be bought. We pay
25o. per 100 lbs. for all kinds of Scrap
Iron at oar office on Depot street, next to
WAGON8-We have a large stock on
hand that we want to dispose of ac way
down prices. Vandiver Bros. & Major.
We sell the best snd lightest draft
Mowers on earth. Come and see them.
Vandiver Bros. & Major.
Sullivan Hardware Co. are prepared to
meet the requirements of their customers
for Hoes, having inst received 800 dozen
of them. These Hoes are the best they
can buy. The handles are of selected,
well seasoned timber. The blades and
shanks of hand-forged steel, perfectly set.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have six car
loads of Barb Wire and Wire Nails la
stock and eu rente. As these goods are
certain to advance in price, they advise
you. If needing any of this material, to
Farmers coming to the city with empty
wagoo* for fertilizer, c\rx secure 25c. per
100 lbs. for all kinds of Iron, Plows.
Axles. Ties, old Boilers, worn oat and
worthless machinery, Stoves, etc, that
are lying around ont of use. Bring your
Iron to Fant Bros. Office on Depot street,
next to the Intelligencer office.
Horse Collars-Leather Collars of all
kinds at prices to please. Cloth Collara.
"Gee-Haw" and cronuino "Langford.''
A large stock from'which voa csu select
just what you wont ot Sullivan Hardware
Now ls the time to get a good Razor
cheap from Brock Hardware Co.
A Chattanooga Druggists Statement.
Robt. J. Miller, Proprietor of the Read
House Drug Store of Chattanooga, Tenn?,
writes .* "There is more merit Tn Foley's
Honey and Tar than in any other cough
Byrnp. The calls for it multiply wonder
fully snd we seU more oflt than all other
cough syrups combinad."-Evans* Phar
Fant Bros. buy old Rubber Boots and
Shoe*, Bicycle Tires, Scrap Bra?s, Cop
per, Zlno, Lead, Tin Foil, old dry Bones,
Bottles, Beeswax, Seed Cotton, Furs,
Hides, Scrap Iron and old mac binary.
Office Depot street, next Intelligencer
The surest and safest remedy for kid
ney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kid
ney Curo.-Evans' Pharmacy.
th of choice new Merchandise
roods, Shoes, Men's Clothing,
led Ware and Tinware must
?ore will be ?coupled July 1st'
?sale Dry floods House.
Lat's worth of Bry Goods at
Saturday Night Drawings.
r secure the choice of Hew
With Us at this Season of the Year!
The natural inference ie that our preparations for Sprinj
business were never better. The right kind of Merchanrlljj
at the right values will bring business. ?ur Stock is lar^
and varied, so cannot call attention to it except in a general
way. You cannot afford to miss our- !
Here's where your dollar will do its work. We have for
the Spring season given special attention to the selection cf
Clothing, Shoes, and also in other lines, to the supply of farm
hands. We can handle them .satisfactorily, both to the land?
lord and the tenant.
W* are basing our hopes of an increased business thia
year on the principle of giving the most possible for tne
money, of the very best and most reliable Goods t' t we can j
get hold of.
We want your business, but we don't expect it UBIOBB WC
offer the inducements. 1
We want to thank our friends who have stood by us
faithfully and who continue to come. It will bo our ami
tion to try to do better for you every time.
Wholesale and Retail.
We are displaying a grand line of Easter Goods..
Easter, Silks, ,
Easter Silk Dotted Mull,
'.-V"." ? :, -. ? ; ? .-l-V-\.?Y
We claim that we bought the best and cheapest line
Merchandise brought to Anderson this season.
All we ask is that you give us a look.*
Hoping to have a share of your trade thia?season,
Tours to please,
- Under Masonic Temple.
P. S.-We have just received a new line of Premiums.