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Eminent discoverer of
PAI ME'S CELERY
Prof. Edward E.. Phelp?, M. IX, LL. IX,
was I/O rn in Connecticut and graduated at
Iiis unusual talent soon brought him reputa?,
lion and prominence. First lie was elected to
the professorship of anatomy and surgery in
thc Vermont University. Next bc was ap
pointed lecturer in Dartinoutfr College. Thc
following year'he was cbqserii to thc most
important professorship in- the I country, a
place that he occupied when he made! his
world-famed discovery of Taine's Celery Corn*
pound. .: ?
This infallible cure for those fearful ills that
result from on impaired, nervous system and
impure blood, has endeared the. great doctor
COLOR AinnraiN'O -AMY COLOR.
Dresses, cloaks, suits, ribbons, coate,
feathers, 6tocWng8,-?Yerythijijg wearable,
Diamond Dyes wake tc look (ike new.
We li?T ? special department of advice, and will
answer ire? any question- about dyeing. Send
?jmple ol gooda when po-tlbl6.
Direction book and ?5 dyed samples free.
DIA&IOHP DYS8; Bqrltogtpn, Vt.
Alt About King Solomon.
An llliuois boy was asked to write au
essav ou Masonry and this is what he.
wrote: "King Solomon wag a man
who lived many -years ago, and the
peuple in the country where he lived
thought he was the whole push. He
was au awful wiso mau and ono day
two women came to him, each holding
to the ieg of a baby, nearly pulling it
io two, and each olaiining it.' And
King Solomon wasn't feeling right
good and Baid: ./Why couldn't that brat
have been bor ti twins and atop all.this
bother?' And heo died for his'machete'
and was going to Weylerize tho pnor,
iunocent little baby, when the real
mother of the baby said: 'Let the old
hag have it. If I can't have the whole
baby I won't have auy.v Then
?Solomon told her to take the baby, for-J
he knew it was hers, and to go home
and wash its face. He told the other
VCIUIUD to go 'chase ' herself. King
Solomon built Solomon's Temple and*
wa? the father of all Masons. He
had ?oven hundred wives and three
hundred lady friends, and that's the
reason there aro so many Masons.',
Papa says King Solomon was a wjrhi 'I
acaiber and ? think ho *ms hot stuff my
That is all I kuow about King
Solora on."--Galveston Newe.
An Apple Tree s Boots.
For the purpose of erecting a suita
ble monument in honer of Roger Wil
liams, the founder of Rhode Island, his
private burying ground was searched
or himself and wife. It was four?:
lat everthing had -passed into obliv
ID. The shape of the coffins could be j
riced only by the oarbonuceius rnat
ir. The rusted hingesaud nails and a
?und wooden knot remained iu one
ave, while a single knot of braided
tirwas found in'.he other.
Near tho graves stood an apple tree.
iii hau sent down two main roots
Ito the very preseuoc of tho coffined
[id. The larger root, pushing its? way
j the precise ?pot occupied by the j
ill of Roger Williams, bad toado a
ft? as if passing around it ^and fol
ded the direction of tho backbone to
i hipa. Hero it divided into two
lobes, sending jone along each leg to
heel, where both turned upwurd
?ard the toes. One of these roots
.ed a slight crook at the kneen,
ich mado the whole bear a striking
emblanoe to tho human forta.
A Friendly Tip
lr. Jones kept a toyshop and among
Jus things^qld fishing, rods. ^ For
[purpo?oof*advertising them he had
Se rod hanging outside, with ?u
?cial fish at the end of it. Late
igbt, when ? most people were in
a mau who was rather the worse
>ia night's enjoyment happened to
his fish. Ho looked at ??? . i?nd
went cautiously up to the door
mocked gently. Jones' did not
this, so after tho man had knock
little louder he responded at tho J
ow up abovo.
JO'S there?" said .Tonos,
fon't inako a noise," said the man
Whisper, "but como down as quiet
Ithis request our friend thought,
' inuotjbo something the matter,
[tor dressing end coming down
fetiy as possible, he proceeded to
(hat it was.
[hat is tho matter?" he inquired.
?I"- said the man. ? "Pull your
?, quick! You've got a vttef '
[To Cero a-Cold in One Day
A COMPOSER'S JOKE,
lt Didn't Seem 80. Humorous When
Told *ha Second Time.
leoncavallo once told a very
amusing story of himself. One day
when visiting a town io Italy he
heard that his opera, "Pagliaeci,"
was^ to be produced,, and he decided
to hear it incognito. N
?t vas not generally known thia*
thc young composer was in town.
It happened'that his seat waa Hop;
side a bright eyed and enthusiastic
young lady, who- noticing /thu* ho
did not join in the general.applause,
but remained quiet, turned to him
"Why do you not applaud? Does
it not suit you?"
Leoncavallo, much amused, an
'?Ko; on the contrary, it displeas
es me. It is the work of a mere be
ginner, not to cali him anything
"Then you aro ignorant of mu
sic," she said.
"Oh, no," raplieck the composer.
Then, he proceeded to enlighten
her on the subject, proving the mu
sic worthless and entirely without
"See," said he, "this motif' is.
-And he hummed, lightly a
short melody. "This aria is ?tolen
from Bizet, and that is from Bee
thoven." In short, he tore the whole
His neighbor sat in silence, but
with an air of pity on her counte
nance. At the close she turned to
him and said, "Is what you have
said to mo your hbri?st opinion ?"
"Entirely so," was the reply.
"Good," said she, and with a ma
licious gleam in her eyes she left the
theater. ?',.?. ,
Next morning, glancing over the
paper, his eye fell upon tho heading,
?'Leoncavallo on His Tagliac?i, '
and,, reading further, ho was some-,
what startled to find the, conversa
tion of the evening before fully re
ported and accredited to tho proper
He had unfortunately played his
little joke on a reporter, who had
proved too smart for him."
% Mr. Bas?omb ha<[L seen wonders,
enough for' his first xlav away from
Banbury, but just as he had settled
his tired head against thr,.back- of a
lounging chair he heard ; a distant !
"What's that?" he demanded,
"Qh, that's the sunset gun, Uncle ;
.Ezra," said his nephew's wife in a
''^soothing tone. "It gocB off just as
the sun rises and Bets." ,
-Mr. Bascomb's mild face took on
Ia look that approached hostility.
'Tye seen yohr talking machines
and electric bell pulls and under
ground rails and overhead trusties
and kerridges kiting here and there
with no hess nor other signs o'
drawering^power/* he said resent
fully, "and Fve 6et myself to be
Leve all you've told me, but I've
seen the sun all my days in Banbury,
and L know there ain't stren'th
enough.in it when it's setting or
when it's rising to tetch off ? gun
without there's- works going on ir.
this place that ain't Scriptural nor
;?fitting I"-Youth's Companion.
1*he Useful Capitals.
Oadmus sat down one day and in- ;
vented the alphabet. After several
hours of painstaking toil he bad.
designated all the small letters.
^"They are pretty," he said. "I
like their curves and curls, and no
doubt they will be of mestimablo j
benefit to "the people" Musing for
a moment,he continued: "I wonder,-sj
though, if theBe letters will bo Buffi
cient to supply all thc needs of the ,
future. Ab, I had forgotten the ?j
..writers of fables."
Whereat he turned to and invent
ed the capital letters.
Otherwise we might never have
i liad any instructive morals in our
A party of negroes were fishing
from a pier when one of their num
ber, ? boy of about ten, fell into the.
<:^8ter. The lad was unable to swim;
but. although the tide was running
strong an elderly negro leaped into
the water and after an exciting
Btruggle brought him safely tc land..
When tho old man climbs o1: on the
?.pier again, a bystander rt shed np
and- shook him by the hand> ? acclaim
^"My noble fellow, yon ha "j done
? deed that puts ns all to?bame 1''
"Yes, boss," -was tho oisconcert
ing reply; "dat boy d?re got all do
bait in his pocket."
An American woman in Japan
bought a can of mushrooms and
fonnd the directions translated into
English as follows:
> directions-r-If several peraka
will'bo to f at thi3 in that manner
they shall feel satisfied nutrition and
very sweet or it can put in the hot
water for the half hour and then
tako oflLtho lid. They shall be prop
er to eat. lt -can. be supply without
pntridity for several yeara.1*
For Infants ?n? Children*
Tba Kind Yea HavsAlwajs
-- The first time a girl hears a mah
speak with admiration of her fig
' ure she blushes with mortfication, the
next time she tDsse? her bead.
Machinery of tho Modern Bank.
So great ha? been the development
of New. York banka within recent
years that the modern bank to-day
bears slight resemblance to the old
fashioned institution of two decades
ago. Radio al changes have marked
thia transition from retail to whole
sale banking. Souio of these pertain
to New York alone, but io most eases
the new order of things baa modified
banking method? n vit? portent csntieb
everywhere. In this city especially
the tendency has been to increase the
foree of assistant cashiers, so that
tho larger banks now employ from two
to six. In diseuBSing the more im
portant changes William O. Jones,
who was lately called from the Chase
to the National Park Bank, of thia
city as assistant cashier said:
"Daring tho last decade and a half
probably no position connected with
hanking institutions in thia country
has heodme so universally adopted and
so generally recognized ao that of
assistant cashier. Fifteen years ago
tho position ot assistant cashier, as an
adjunot to the executive foroe of a
bank, was the. exception rather than
the rul . To-day the reverse is true,
and banking institutions generally
(including those having only a mod
erate capitalization and occupying a
somewhat restricted field,) employ the
services of from one to five assistant
cashiers. Tho necessity for tho crea
tion and the general recognition of
this office has boon accelerated by the
ph?nom?nal expansion of the banking
"Not very long ago the entire bur
den of conducting, a bank's affairs rest
ed almost solely upon the oashier,
with, perhaps, an occasional sugges
tion from the president. Then the
cashier's duties consisted largely in
the acceptance of deposits and in the'
granting of advanoes to local custom
ers, with whose affairs he was sup
posed to be thoroughly conversant;
The 'one-man' bank ia now, however,
.a matter of history. The intense ag
gressiveness, sharp competition, diver
sified departments and enlarged field
of operation whinb ehsrasterisn the
progressive modern banking institu
tion of to-day, call for the best talent
of many men.
"The management of an up-to-date
bank is, in many respecto, analagoua
to that which characterizes the mod
ern department store, with various
departments . run by men thoroughly
trained for their specific duties by
years of intelligent study and constant
application, but all subordinate to and
co-operating with their superiors.
The modern bank ie V composite or
ganization, embodying in a large de
gree the more salient point of the de
partment store. In addition to re
taining the deposit and discount fea
tures it has added a credit department
and information bureau, registry and
transfer department, foreign exchange
and purchase and sales. Of all th eso
divisions the credit broach is, per
haps, the most elaborate. It has be
come so useful that we all wonder now
the banks eyer did business without it
"Nowadays, when a large loan is
asked for or a customer desires infor
mation respecting the standing of a
certain corporation, firm or individual,
the maohinery of the credit depart
ment ia at once set in motion, There
data are within . easy reach, having
beeb filed for ready reference, and
coyer pretty much everything worth
knowing about a concern's affairs.
Being derived fr >m independent sour
ens, the information. is much more
complete than that furnished by che
ordinary fcommeroiel report, and gives
? great deal that is of value ^concern
ing the subject's business oareer and
the enterprise with which he has been
"Out-of-town correspondents of large
oity banks do not hesitate to request
an expression of opinion as to the
merits bf various classes of io vest
ments, and, while th? judgment of
some of tho higher officials may deter
mine the selection or rejection of the
same* tho major portion of the labor
in connection with such purchase and
pales usually' devolves upon the loan
department, in charge of at least one,
and in some Oases two, assistant cash
iers. Clearly this increased service
in behalf of the bank's ori?ntele has
largely multiplied the labors of the
officers, thus necessitating a broader
division of labor, with consequent in
crease in the number cf official subor
dinates. Then, too, within the last
decade, the uutnber of Stats and Terri
torial bankers' conventions have mul
tiplied many fold. ,
"The larger banks,/whose business
embraces practically the entire coun
try, have Tound it highly advantage
ous to have a representative at suoh
gatherings, to the mutual profit of
themselves and their oustomers. At
tendance upon these conventions (held
indifferent sections of tho country)
by the higher officers of our larger
financial institutions, is frequently
impracticable^ and on the other hand,
the best interests of the institution
cannot bc attained through the pres
ence of a clerical subordinate, BO that
the services of an assistant cashier
are frequently availed of in this com
paratively new field of bank endeavor.
"Tho position of assistant eashier
?/?T ???G?iCy mulling books,
mitten by mea who know,* tell
you ail about
They are neuded by every man
who owns a field and a plow, and
who d.e*ires tc get tho most out
They zia/rt e. Send ponai card.
GI : KM AN ' IC ALI WORKS _
OB XiUH Street, Mew Torfe
is in the nature of au understudy to
the higher officials of a bank, and this
early and 'efficient training in the offi
cial rank 8e:veB to provide valuable
material when needed. The assistant
cashier who has, during his probation
ary period, proved himself loyal to his
superiors, practica! and resourceful in
his methods is reasonably well equip
ped for higher administrative duties,
and will prove himself in most caeos,
I think, art effective colleague to his
superiors."-New York Evening Post.
The Highest Court.
In Colorado is a small town which
hs:<, ?nv distinction of being away up
above Cripple Creek, as well as 13,300
above sea level.
. In the month of May, not many
years since, they carried the mail to
this town oh snowshoes, a distance of
150 miles. So you see, it is of some
It would be important if for DO
other reason than it boasts of ? justice
of the peace, and he ia as important
QB any other functionary of the class.
However, he has a lot of solid horse
sense. . . '
A suit was te bs tried, before him
and ouc of the parties stirred the
community "from centre to oiroum
pass" by aeodiog off and importing a
That ease dragged itself out to an
unprecedented length-^and the popu
lace had never dreamed that law was
so full of objections and exceptions,
motions, protests, expostulations and
the Uko, aa the lawyer proved it to be.
Howes to them another wonder of the
But there was one thing he couldn't
prolong, and that was ; the prompt,
crisp, decisive "judgment for the
plaintiff," thar, his honor snapped out
ns soon as the trial waa fairly over,
"Well, sir," said the lawyer, in
tones of superiority, "we will have to
take this cause to a higher court."
"Yon can't dc that, mister/' replied
"And why, not,,pray?"
"There ain't no higher oourt, sir.
This court is 13,300'foot above the
level of the sea, air-and Fl! have
you to distinctly understand, air, that
it is the highest court in all, thia
broad land, sir."-Philadelphia Public
laxative Urem? Ai?nine
- Some men are of such indecision
that they can't make up their minds
whether to kiss a girl where a f reokle
ia or a dimple.
- A mao has pretty nearly lost all
interest iu- domesticity when he
ceases to giowl about the way the
cook broils the bacon.
' - Mrs. Harriet M. Foster has been
postmistress of Troy Grove, 111., for
- Two negroes were killed, two
severely injured and nine slightly by
the falling of a brick tenement houoc
in Louisville, Ky., Friday night.
The vie.tims were asleep When the
- Some people lose what little re
putations the y have by trying to ac
quire larger ones.
- The bent of a man's mind does n't
necessarily prove that he is intellec
-When a man sits down suddenly
and unexpectedly he realizes what a
hard world thia is.
- Tho world is charitable enough to
forgive the man who writer, poetry be
cauee he needs the money.
- There ls no fool like an old fool
except a young father.
State of South Carolina,
< County of Anderson.
\Bv JB. Y. M. Nance, Judge of Probate.
State of BoutnCaroUna,
County of Anderson.
By R,jt. H Narke, Judge of Probate.
Whereas, Rev. A. B. Lewis has
applied to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate and effects of
?Phillie Pinson, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish ail kindred and creditors of the said
Phillis Pinson, deceased, to be end
appear boforo ino/in Court of Probate, to
ho hold ot Anderson O. H. on the 7th day
of May, 1903, after publication here
of, to show cause, If any they have, why
tho nald Administration shonld not be
granted. Given under my hand, this
22nd dav of April, J003. '
R. V. H.' NAIS OE, Probate Judge.
April 22,1003 44
Ko Umbrage for Ulm.
Au Alica town business man, wbo
will bo named Smith for convenience,
tolls the following' story at the expense
of a relativo from Berks County: "The
other day I went to the station to meet
a cousin from the rural portion of
Berks County. I didn't know what
Jim's views on the liquor question
woro, and owing to the faot that hie
peonfie aro strict church ' members, I
hesitated about asking him to join mo
in taking a drink. Finally it occured to
me to uso a little diplomaoy to
ascertain where Jim stood on this
question. So I put the question to him
in this manner: 'Jim, would you tako
umbrage if ? were to ask. you to havo a
drink with mo?' Jim' looked at mc
quizzically fora moment and thou
said: i'See here, Harry, if ycu are cal
culating on having fun with your coun
try cousin you arc going to slip up on
it. When I was in New York last sum
mer some of tho boys coaxed me to
take several drinks with high-sounding
names. . I was dead to the world for
several days. No, sir, I won't bo fooled
again. I don't know what this 'umbrage'
is like, but hereafter when I want to
drink I stiok to boer or whiskey.'"
Philadelphia Publio Ledger.
Gladden and tho Agnostic.
The Rev. Washington Gladden,
after a lee tu. o at Harvard, discussed
with a number of students the Chris
tian religion. The students, as ia
sometimes the way with young men,
manifested a lack of faith. They
were not ashamed of this lack, either;
they seemed, on the oontrary, to be
proud of it.
"I," said a lad cf 13 years, a fresh
man, "I am an agnostic." Ho spoke
pompously, his hands in his pockets.
He regarded narrowly tho effect on
Mr. Gladden in his bold words.
'You are an agnostio?" 'said tho
"I am an agnostio."
"What is ap agnostio?" Mr. Glad
den asked. "Tell me won't yon ;??*
Tbui moaning you attribute to that
The lad swaggered about the room.
He still kept his hands in his pockets.
'An agnostio," he said, frowning,
'why, an agnostic is-ah-a fellow-a
fellow who isn't sure of anything."
"How does it happen, then,", ask
ed the clergyman, "that you'ro sure
you're an agnostio?"-Buffalo Cour
The Human Lottery
"Ah, 1 f only X ware beautiful
how bappy life -would be."
Many a forlorn maid has an ld this as sh?
looked! Into tho rc Irror. Por beonty women
have sacrificed home, loveand friends. It ts
the ona possession in tho lottery of human
life whloh women weald not roi u se
. . BRADFIELD'S
for young girl s on the threshold of woman-1
hood, has been invaloable. When they he- ?
come pale ead languid, the eyes dull,
aching head, feet and liando cold, appetite
crone or abnormal, obstructed periods and
painful menses, and their uystf ms general
ly run down, they need building up, ana
their blood needs cleansing.
Bradfield's Female RegulAtor fer women
is particularly valuable and useful owing
toits tonie properties to build up thesys
tem, and as a regulator of tho menstrual
flows. Painful, obstructed and suppressed
Sann trur.t ? on p orman o ntl y relieved ana all
?eases peculiar to her genital organs aro
cured by lt.
Regulator oleare the complexion, bright
ensthe eye, sharpens the appetite, removes
muddy aaa blotched conditions of the skin
and cures sick headache to a certainty by
removing the cause.
Of druggists ?i^perboMe. _
" Perfect Health for Women" is free and
will bo mailed on receipt of address/
THC BRADFIELD REGULATOB CO.
ATLANTA. OA. *"
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
$o tail?. Ko odor. Can be given tn glass of
water, tea or coffeo without patient's knowledge.
White Ribbon Remedy will eure or destroy the
diseased appetite for alcoholic stimulants, wheth
er the patten* is a confirmed Inebriate, a "tlpter,"
social drinker or drunkard. Impossible for any
one to have an appetite for alcoholic liquors after
using White Ribbon Remedy.
Indorsed by Members of W. C. T. U.
Mr?. Moore, press ear>erlntendent of Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, Ventura, Califor
nia, writes: "Ibavo tested White Ribbon Remody
on very obstinate drunkards, and the cares havo
been many. In many cases the Remedy was gi?,
en secretly. I cheerfully recommend and indorse
White .tlDbon Ra m ody. Members of our Union
ure delighted to find an economical treatment to
aid us In our temp?rance work." .
Druggists or by mall. 61. Trial package free by
writing Mrs. A. al. Townsond. (for years Secreta
ry of a Woman's Christian Temperance Union,)
218 Tremont St. Boston, Mass. Uold in Anderson
by ORO, GRAY & CO.
Sept 17,1002 IS If
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right*
X?TY LOTSFOR SALE.
SITUATED on and near North Msln
StroPt Five minutes' walk Court House.
?pply to J. F. Clinkscaloa, Intelligencer
"' PACKERS' " I
HAIR BALSAMI 1
Cleanses and bsrMines Cia r-slr,
^jOejSadavDOat Prent*? _
Read what a prominent "V
tanburg, S. C., has to say o
.To-Lo-Tan is a compk
being a combination of two
in harmony, absolutely cleai
trace of the disease. Treat
B If your druggist dooo no,. 1
Toloton Go., Kn
Peoples' Bat of Mer?.
AMDERSOW, H? ? .
We respectfully solicit a share
of your business.
J. A. BROCK, President.
JOS. N BROWN, Vice President
B. F. MAULD?N. Casnier.
THE largest, strongest Bank in th
Interest Paid on Deposits
By special agreement.
With rnsurpassed facilities and roaour
oes we sro at all times prepared to no
ooramodate onr customers.
Jan 10,1900 29
Wall Papering and Painting.
THE undersigned has a superior lot ol
Wall Paper and Bordering which I will
sell in the roll at a Very low price. I will
also Paper and Paint your houae at a sat
lsfaotory prior. If you need any paper,
lng or waut yonr house painted give me
a trial. ?
Q. Ii. ARNOLD, Depot Street.
Feb ll, 1903 / 84 Om
General Repair Shop,
ALL kinda of Blacksmithing. Wood
Work, Painting, Trimming, Rubber
Tires and Rabber Horseshoeing. All
done at short notice by first-class work
men. We don't olaim to be the only
flrat'Olass workmen In town, but as good
as aoy In the South. Our work shows
for itself. Work and Prices guaranteed.
Call and see our work and get pi ic 09.
Bring your Boggles and havo thom re
paired and made as nice and goda as new
for Spring and Hummer driven.
Yours for business,
J. P. ?ODD.
P. 8.-Horse 8hoelng a Specialty.
Maroh ll, 1903 38_
Foley's Honey and. Tar
earea colds, prevents pneumonia*
A SMALL INVESTMENT!
IN Mining Steaks often leads to for
tune. No other industry will yield such
ARenoy for Douglas, Lacey & Co., New
York, and other*.
Gold, Silver. Copper, Zinc. Lead and
Quicksilver Mines lu California, Colora
do, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Montano,
British Colombio, Mexico and Peru.
Remember, we solicit subsorlotions to
the Capital Stock of reliable Gold Mining
Companies as an Investment, the esme as
subscriptions to Cotton Mill Stocks are
made, and have nothing to do with sell
ing fulares on margins or speoulstion In
MlningStnoke. Information furnished
by W. H. Frierson, J.N. Sutherland. In
vestment Brokers, Brown Building,
South Main Ht., upstairs, room 3.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Feb 4,1903 33_
8. C. BRUCE,
OVER D. C. Brown <fc Bro'a. Store, '
South Main Street.
I bavr '?5 yean experience In my pro
fession, and will be pleased to work for
any who wont Plates made, Fiii.ugdone,
and I make a specialty of Extracting
Teeth without pain ana with no after pain.
Jan 23,1901 31
HAVE your Carriage and Buggy Re
paired and re-Painted by us, so as to stet
the servios yon might expect, also having
lt look as near like now as possible.
We havo added a little Machinery to
our Shops, and can fit new parts to Wag
ons In lesa time than bofore.
PUAL E. STEPHENS.
E. G. MCADAMS,
ATTORNEY AST LAW,
ANDEHSOli, S. C.
figf Office in Sooond Story of tho An
derson Building, ovor tho Clothing Store
of C. A. Rosse, next door to Far mora'
1 and Merchants' Bank.
Jan 0,1903 a? 29
Thoiesaie Grocer of Spar
f this wonderful remedy:
'o-lo-tnn Co., ' %
?cntlcmon: , 1 v
Tho writer lina been a sufferer
nth catarrh in the head for ID years,
taring that period, I iiavo tried
nany catarrh remedien. I was treat
id and operated on by an eminent
mysician. For several years I got
io Detter. I then v. eht Wost where
Avas treated by a prominent catarrh
tpectaiist. Tlie?disenso had mado
ne deaf and my hearing wns getting
vorsc. To say tho least* 1 had given
ip'in despair. I saw advertised tes
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lad used Tolotan. I procured this
emedy and to my surprise, found
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I heartily recommend Tolotnn
o all Bufferers of catarrh.
Gratefully yours, H
,te treatment for catarrh,
distinct remedies that act
rising the system of every
koop To-Lo-Tan, writo to
Ander DO n County Mutual Ben
efit Associaion of America.
Tho Anderson County Mutual Benefit
Association of America writes the cheap
est insurance ol' tho dsy. Tho plan ls to
take one thousand people, men and wo
men, bind them togethor In a business
way to help eaoh other In time of need
and trouble. You ooly pay wbcu one
die?. K you join now your first payment
pays you up until January, 1004, unless
we lc--., ono of our members, If the hand
of Providence should sever the silver
thread that holds the life of one ot our
loved ones, friend or neighbor, who
~culd hesitate a moment on paying the
little sum of One Dollar, and ten cents to
replace the amount and pay expenses
paid out on death claim. Consider the
matter, examine and study our plan.
You are', receiving Insurance o protect
Sour family at actnal cost. Don't ' stand
adi, let our agencies wri?e yon up.nt
If there ls anything you wish to know
In regard to the policy call on any of the
agenta and they will take pleasure in
explaining the policy to you. Remem
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presented to you at actnal cost. You
owe lt to your family, you owe lt to your-.
self to Hooure their protection in case you
are taken away from them. If you are
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obance you will have of getting in.
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no one over thirty, gets in, and he only
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Notice ot! Final Settlement.
THF undersigned, Administrator of
the Estate ol Jas. M. Ramsey, deceased;
hereby gives notice that he will ou Fri
day, May 1st, 1003, apply to ?he
Judge of Probate for Auderaou County for
a Final Settlement of said Estate, and a
discharge from his office an Administra
tor. W. S. KAM8EY, Adm'r.
April 1, 1003 _41_5
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons boviner demands against
the Estate of O. W. Maret, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the undersigned,
within the time prescribed by law, and
those indebted to moko payment.
C. 8 MARET,
C. E. MARET,
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Executors of the
Estate of J, P. Reed, deceased, hereby
give notioe that they will on Tuesday,
12th dsy of May, 1903, apply to the Judge
of Pro): to for Anderson County, 8. C.,
for Final Settlement of said Estate, and a
discharge from their ornoo aa Executors.
B. F. MAULDIN
C. A. REED,
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