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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2G. TJ03.
Those who had the pleasure of going
?tu Smith's excursion to Asheville from
.th's section last week wero Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. At
kins, W. D. Garrison, jr., and Miss
^tanche Browne. Miss Browne will
remain in the Land of the Sky for sev
eral weeks, enjoying the mountain
scenery and visiting relatives. All
who go on one of Messrs. Smith's and
Sirock's personally conducted excur
sions come back well pleased. They
.do all in their power for the comfort
?and pleasure ox those who go. Ladies
without escorts aro especially looked
lifter and every attention .necessary
?riven them. Good order as possible is
teptand no drinking or cursing allow
- 4 in the cars occupied by ladies.
Mis? Graham, of Greenwood, and
Mies Slampy, of Cokesbnry, returned
home Friday af tera week's visit to the
/family of Mr. J. W. ?othreck.
Miss Mary Russel), one of William
?ton's loveliest girls, is the guest of
Marshall Blackman's family.
Mies Saidee Hill and Samuel Browne
and family, of Cross Hill, visited rela
tive? here recently. They were on
-their way to Toma-see to visit other
Miss Irene Miller, of Westminster,
wa* the gneBt ot Miss Blanche Browne
Cor a few days last week.
Miss Corrie Phinney, of Walhalla,
-vial ted friends and o tn er relatives in
' tilts vicinity recently.
Miss Lillie Garrison returned Mon
day from a visit of two weeks to rela
tives in Greenville County.
Mr. John Garrison left Monday for
? ?-% trip of a few days to Walhalla;.
W. T. Browne, of TomaBsee, bas
been the guest of Mrs. A. ?. Browne's
??"amily for the pant few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jolly returned
?last week from a pleasant visit to rela
.ttivos near Harmony Grove, Ga.
. S.-Ii- and David Vandiver worship
ped with the congregation at Sandy
Springs Sunday. After services were
.over they were the guests of J. D.
MdElroy for a short season.
Sam Burns, of the Roberts section,
vifiited-his parents last week.
Tho many friends of Robert Burns,
who has been ill with typhoid fever,
? will-rejoice to learn that he is now cota
. valescent. ?
?-3ha:lio Watkins and little Bieter,
' \Mar7-?tark, of Anderson, are viBitirg
?*lv6, Maggie Garrison and family.
M-jv.. W. S. Elrod is quite indisposed.
V?'* trente. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bolt,
?sSE Asbury, visited her last Friday.
?'?j cu -ni} ?, who has been very ill
for two months with a complication of
.diseases, died on the 18th at his home
a ear Sandy Springs. He waa an un
Arlght man and a member of the Meth
odist Church. He was about 45 years
?sid and leaves many friends besides a
?wife and eight children, who aro sore
ly bereaved in hie death.
The protracted services at Sandy
^Springs closed laet Sabbath with an
--..accession of five members to the
?church. Rev. J. ?, Board's sermon on
"Sunday waa very impressive and Ha
stened to attentively by a large audi
?euee. "Give an account of thy stew
?ordship" was his theme.
Rev. H. E. Stackhouse and wife oro
plaiting in thia section. He was for
?two years the preacher in charge of
'the Pendloton Circuit and much es
?teemed by bis flock and all who were
oo fortunate as to know him. He and
?bis good wife were given an informal
^reception Monday p. m. by Mr. and
Mrs. Darwin Reed, whose guests they
?av?re. It waa a delightful occasion and
?<jne that will long bo remembered by
Mrc, Mnryv Belle Prossley, .wife of
Clayton Prossley, and daughter of Mr.
?andMrs. John A.Brooks, died at the
?home of her father near Sandy Springs
.on the 17th after a lingering illness of
--?several months, aged 84 years. Just
do life's early bloom she has been call
ed away by death from those who lov
.ed her, a devoted husband and child,
'kind parente and many friends. But
'She -waa ready when the summons
?ame, having been a devout Christian
.-and a member of the Methodist church
<?bc some years. Her body was inter-;
ired on the 10th at Sandy Springs by
the side of her little one who had pre
<te?2od her a few months to the better
Mn. JEvejyne Newton's Birthday Picnic.
Dark and gloomy dawned the all im* I
portant day of August the 16th, the aev
?aatf second anniversary of Hrs. Evelyne
JSSesnton, wife of the late JobnS. Newton,
"wtrkr? waa to be celebrated in an appro
?;r*ciate way. Bot as the king of day ap
'?coached the eastern horizon his slant
?ag; nays Ht ap the sky and dispersed th?
?Staadt, tlcciB giving us a bright day.
-The children und grandchildren or Mr?.
AStoWrssi bad arranged for a birthday plo*
tofo-ai the home of Mr. C. J. Boggo, whore
MJ?B now resides.
tSo at about nlno o'clock in the morn
tung tba ftienda and relatlvea began to
. oeogregate ?nd by noon ijnite a crowd
?Xln account of prsvioue rains ?he
'3prouT.3 waa too damp for dinner to be
??orved on the lawn, BO a long table was
constructed on the wide veranda and
4atnp?t3?ly spread with many choice
vtande. Altor ?race bad been Bald by Mr.
X5t. A. Bogg*, of Liberty, we did ample
justice to tue food prepared with so much
?care. Tbt> relish with whioh the dinner
-.wa*-salea fully satisfied vbe w ost exact
ing h .uso wife present.
JSsflzv dinner the yoong people were
?m seutiKtfed over the lawn enjoying a social
interchange oi conversation wben they
wem mm moued tc iho bouse t^ hear tho
. -reading t.fan important paper held by
'-. Mr. f?odgewiek Johnson. Mrs. Olivia N.
Evatt rr-bd ibu paper wbich wa? a dream
of Mr.- IbiuufNewton, the grandfather of
Mr,VoLn vNewlon. Mr. Newton drearn
>?3\S?ia croat n ? "few y ?ara before bis
doalb and waa so deeply Impressed with
It that he wrote lt down and it
/baa como down from generation to gen
.enottaa until now. Ail those who heard
St-read-were impressed with Us remarka
Soon after this some one asked /or mu
><ss!o and all went near the organ and many
- eic.familiar pieces and some now ones
wans, sung which were enjoyed by those
? listening. After thia came watermelono
- which were a moat enjoyable feature of
' ??ho afternoon.
?Sra. AaronJBoggs, Mrs. Emeline Cren
? ehaw. Mles Catherine MarUn, Miss Ka
v.mille Knight, Jara. Mary M. Hinton.
>to?.RuthM. Newton, Mr. and Mr*.
Warren J. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. T.
?Ka, Morris, aU aged and honored friends
jmrnmilrelativesorMrtuNewton, graced the
^tsaoaalon with their presence; also rela
ftttafis and friends from Seneca, LI carty,
:>?Rd<Greea villa County were pr?sent and
..entered with spirit late the pleasures of
tte ?the chadee of evening were ap
' <psnecMng good-byea were being said and
. jail parted from "Grander.a", having per
c. Ae?y enjoyed tbe day and wishlas ber
# ?usgy more hanny birthdays. .- -
One who enjoyed the day.
1. Jffier^leton. & C., August 21, t9pfc ,
\ itsou wanta Mower U?at ia perfectly
adapted to your every requirement, one
\vCbat has-more pointa of genuin eau perior
;'1a?r than all otbera combined, one that
/ mil run the longest and coat least to keep
f "Ira repair, you "?.nuld buy a McCormick
?from Sullivan: Hdw, Co.
Rev. S. L. Patterson bas just closed
a scries of meetings in the A. lt. P.
church. On Saturday the church was
dedicated the sermon being preached
by Rev. D. G. Phillips, of Atlanta, Ga.
It was a treat to have Hov. Phillips
presont on this occasion us he is a very
At a recent meeting of tho Iva High
School tho following young ladies were
elected forthecomiugyear: Miss Annie
Ueaty Principal with Alias Ku tb. Coon or,
of Batesburg, as assistant.
Mrs. Jane Adams, of Royston, Ga.,
is visiting her brother, Mr. J. J. Mc
Miss Bertie McConnell, of Concord,
wns the guest of Miss Sadie McDonald
Miss Helio McBride, of Anderson, is
visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. t ?auk McConnell, of Concord, is
visiting friends in town.
Miss Varina Campbell is spending
awhile in Lowndebville with relatives.
Miss Mary Teasley has gone to Hart
well, Ga., to spend some time with
Master Paul Bryson and little sister
Josie, of Woodruff, are visiting at the
home of their uncle, Mr. W. P. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Alford, of Hart
well, who nave 'been visiting the lat
ter's mother for some weeks, have re
im ned home.
Miss Odens Milford, of Abbeville,
has been visiting friends in the Com
Mr. Otto Price, of Abbeville, has
been on a visit to his uncie, Mr. Louis
Rov. J. V. Black and family are off
to De Queen, Arkansas, for several
Dr. Jose, of Darlington, made a riv
ing visit to his friend, Mr. Baakin
Miss Sue Ellen Sherard, of Anderson,
is making a visit to relatives in the
Rev. I. ?. Wallace has been given a
vacation by his churches and has gone
to Sale Creek, Tennessee, to visit his
parents. He will be gone abont ten
Sirs, M. J. Ward, who has been spend
ing the past two months with her
parents, left Friday for Abbeville
where sherill stop for a short stay be
fore returning to her home in Jtticnno
Messrs. Quincy and Reid Sherard
went to Asheville last week oq Smith's
Mr. Pam Sherard, of Abbeville, is
spending his vacation with home folks.
Miss Kate Stevenson and Sadie Mc
Donald made a short visit to the
"Electric City" last week.
Mr. Edgar CUnkscales and wife, of
Portman, visited the former's grand
mother, Mrs. M. E. Hall, last week.
Miss Lizzie Sherard, of Anderson, is
making a vioit to ker grand parents,
Mr. and Jfrs. J. W, Sherard.
Mr. George McConnnel and wife, of
Concord, are the guests of air.and Mrs.
Mv. Dave Wiles has returned from a
trip to southwest Georgia.
Mrs. Frank McCullough, of MoRae,
Ga., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Oliver
Miss Ellen Sherard, of Abbeville,
left for horne a few days ago after mak
ing a short visit to relatives.
M i BB Bessie Cowan, of Mohawk, has
returned home after spending a few
days with her cousin, airs. J. F. Mt
MiPi Iva Cook has returned from a
trip to Anderson.
Miss Nellie Brabham who has been
here for a short while returned to her
home in Augusta last Friday accom
panted by little Mabel Reid.
Mrs. Phoebe Watson, of Anderson,
is visiting relatives in town.
Mrs. Eleanor Stewart, of Anderson,
is in town to spend a month with
Miss Florence Milford, of Abbeville,
recently made a visit to her friend,
Mi? Sallie Wharton.
?'rank McGee has gono to Greenville
to make a visit.
Sam McAdams has returned from a
trip to Atlanta.
T. J. Bowman and family, of Lown
desville, spent Sunday in town.
Miss Lucy Dean, of Deans, is with
her friend, M?SB Sallie Wharton, for a
Miss Annie Brown, of Anderson,
worshipped at the A. R. P. church
Charlie Townsend, of McCormick, is
home for a short stay; he leaves ina
few days for Augusta where he has
acct ?'ed a position with the railroad.
Rev. G. T. linker, the pastor, carried
on the meeting at Shiloh all last week*
doing some fine preaching, and eight
persons were added to the church.
Mr. A. F. Shearer has returned home
and is in very feeble health.
We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Lizzie Winter is sick.
Mr. J. T. Pearson aud family, of
Anderson, visited in this section last
Mrs. J. R. Earle left today to visit
her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Dean, of Wal
Mr. and Mrs. Partier McDonald, of
Oconee, are visiting in this neighbor
Frnit and watermelons are plentiful
in this section. A. E. E.
The next meeting of Unlou No. 1, or
tho Piedmont Association, will be held
with Friendship Baptist Cnuroh on Sat
urday before the ililli Sunday in August,
at 10 a. m. Rsv. W. B. Hawkins will
preach the introductory sermon--siter
nato, Kev. D. I. Spearman.
12 m.- Kecetm until 1.30 p. m.
1st Query--Where did the mission work
begin and when will lt eud ? C. L. Guy
ton, Rev. E. A. Durham.
2od. Do tho ecrlptures authorize fa
stipulated salary for ibo nnator? If so,
wbose ditty ls lc to r?le?jfc? E. M. Stone
and A. M. Robinson, 'w..
3rd. What are the evideuces of regene
ration ? J. H. Browning and Rev. D. I.
Wpearman J. B. Richey,
Clerk Union No. 1.
Letter to J. Al. Hubbard & Co.
Anderson, S.t C.*
Dears Sirs: Mews. Leach m an <fe Ede?
Ho, Grafton, W. Va., had bean selling a
Slut, which they thought well or; and
is bad ocourrod:
They had sold a customer l& gallons of I
it to paint his hons*. A few years later,
?hay sold the same man Davoe leed-and
slao tho same number of ?Allons to paint
tba same house. He had 7 salions left.
The point of the tate ls: li gallons De?
vos natata an l8*gallon house.
Of course, that ian'tall.
Why does ll gallons Devoe go ss far aa
18 gallons of other paint? Bacanse lt ls
all paint, ad true, no sham, aud full
But vut isn't a?. Davoe lasts longer.
No, no* yon haven't got to walt ten years
to ?nd that out. Ten thousand people
know it We've got their names. Otu*
agents know them; they think a heap of
Davos. There's no dimoalty la showing
y oar townspeople what to espeet of De
voe, $10 will paint a f 15 house; and tho
palct'U last twice cs long.
F. W. DKVOE ?fe CO.
P.- e.-W. L. Bmsssv sells our paint.
Harris Bridge Happenings.
It gi voa us great pleasure, Mr. Editor,
to note the pleasure we bad on last
Thursday attending tho . Moorehead
reunion at the old Mooreher.J heme
place. About 800 were there, talking
in pleasant conversation, when about 1
o'clock the ladies spread the table
linen and plenty of delicious food was
spread before us in the pretty grove,
which everybody eat heartily. After
dinner all returned to the grove and
listened to some noted speakers of
which are too numerous to mention.
It was a day to long be remembered by
all presont and may it not be long ere
we meet on such occasion.
Messrs. John and Claude Harris
visited in Broadway and attended the
old soldiers reunion at Neal's Creek.
They report jolly fun. We don't think
they wiii wait until another reunion
comes, for it seems they took the day
with the ladies. Hurrah for cousin
Miss Ida Botts, a popular young lady
of Abbeville, is visiting her cousin,
Mrs, Oscar Harris.
Mr. Arthur Hunter, off Belton, visit
od in our burg last week.
Miss Lessie Wilson went to Belton
to attend the wedding of ber cousin,
Miss May Hunter to Ur. Dan. Jones.
Little David Smith, we ?re sorry to
note, is very sick with typhoid fever.
Miss Amanda Elliott, of Anderson,
spent a few days with her aunts, Airs.
John Browne and Mrs. Mary Elliott.
Mrs. Mnry Robertson, of Hartwell,
spent a few days with reif ti veg here.
A few of our boya went on the excur
sion to Asheville, N. C.
Little Bessie Harris has been on the
?.sick lict for a few days. We hope the
little one will soon be restored to good
Miss Mattie Holder is confined to
her room at this time. Tell Tale.
Miss Annie Bell is visiting the family
of her uncle near Iv?.
Sam Adams, of Augusta, is visiting
the family of Mr. T. Baker.
Miss Rebecca Heard, of Middleton,
lett for her home last Friday after a
visit to her uncle's family, Prof. J. F.
M IBs Eula Mao Dunn, of Donalds, is
visiting Miss Jennie Mae Dunn at Maj.
F. W. R. Nance's.
Miss Lizzie Nance attended the Sun
day School Convention at Honea Path
last week as a delegate from Providence
Misses Marcie a.:-*. Mabel Johnson,
of Chester, ire visiting their aunt,
Mrs. J. B. ?Jo&elcy.
Mrs. H. C. Fennel and little daugh
ter have returned from a two weeks'
viilt to the farmery son, Dr. J. L.
Fennel, of Waterloo.
Miss Lucy Dean, of Deans, is visit
ing Mrs. J. F. Bowman.
The MisseB Barton, of Anderson, are
spending some time with Miss Yera
Miss Blanche ClinkscaleB, of Mon
terey, returned to her home Saturday
after a few days' visit to her friend,
Miss Eliza Kay.
Mrs. Jane Baker left today for San
tuo to visit her son.
Miss Varina Campbell, of MofEatts
ville, is visiting the. family of her
grandfather, Mr. B. B. Hutchison.
ai les Made Bell ie in Abbeville with
Misses Ida Mae and Eloise Brownlee
spent a few o'ays last week with the
family of Mr. Weston Harper.
Miss Coi liv? Graves, of Latimer, is
visiting Miss Kate Tennant. Vedie.
FOR 8ALE-About fifty Squares of
Sod second-hand Tin. Apply to W. E.
agrnder, Anderson, 6. C.
We have lust received a car load of
Owensboro wagon? of all sizes. Soo us
before yon buy. H. G. Johnson & Son.
BUGGIES--Every body knows what a
: ice, Bolee. Hoe we carry, but we want
you to ser< them, anywav.
H. O. Johnson <fe Son.
MONEY TO LOAN-in sums of 8100
or more on real estate mortgages. Apply
to Quattlebaum A Cochran, Ande rion, S.
A few more Knol Choppers and Kelly j
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
MONEY IO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for oliente. Ap* !
ply to B. F. Mortis, Attorney-at-Law.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing pbyslolan
of Smith's Grove. Ky., nw over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I
had been grb*?tly bothered with kidney
and bladder trouble and enlarged pros
trato gland. 1 used everything known
to the profession without relief, until I
commenced to nie Foley's Kidney Cure.
After taking three bottles I was entirely
relieved and ou rad. I prescribo lt now
daily in my practice and heartily recom
mend its nee to all physicians for snch
troubles. I havs pr ascribed lt In hun
dreds or cases with perfect sucosas/'
Many p?rsons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using Foley's
Kidney Cure. Evans Pharmaoy.
The first coat is not always the greatest
or onlv coat In operating a Mower. Sul
livan Hdw. Co. wonld like to demon
strate to you why McCormick Mowers
require so row repairs and to have you
compare the cost of such repairs with
corresponding parts for other machines.
Foley's Kidney Cure ls a medicine free
from poisons ace will eure any case of
kidney disease that ia not beyond the
resch of medicine. Evans Pharmacy.
The McCormlok Vertical Lift Mower
for which Sullivan Hdw. Co. are aeneral
agents can be operated successfully and
sfttisfttatorily-on aoy laud and under ?ny
condition su i table for operating a machine
where the Mower can be drawn by the
horses, and, furthermore, can be handled
on ground and under conditions where
an ordinary Mower cannot be run. It ts
the only Mower designed both for gen ar
ni cutting and for roogb and Stumpy
J. fi. Fowlbi wants some mu isa and
horses. Sae h fe ad.
C Unger,'211 Maple St., Champaign,
II)., writes t "I was troubled with ? hack
ing cough for a veer, and I thought I had
consumption. I tried a great many rem
edies and was under the care of pbysb
dens for several months. I used one
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. It
oared me. and I have.not been troubled
since. Evans Pharmacy.
Don't let this opportunity pass and fail
to get a Terracing Plow cheap.
Brock Hardware Go.
Qalok Relief fer Asthma Stiffs re ra.
Foley's Honey ?nd Tar affords imme
diate relief to asthma eoffsrere in the
worst stages, end If taken tn time will
effect a cure. Evana Pharmaoy.
Foley's Kidney Cara will cure all dis
eases arising from disordered kidneys or
bladder. Evans Pharmacy.
MONEY TO LEND for Clients on R#
I restate on easy tarma. Apply to A. H.
Bagnall, Attorney at Law, office over
Poet Office. 9-4
Has it ever occurred to you how soon a
Mower wonld pay for itself? Do you
realise how much good, feed for your
stock you annually lose by ycur failure
to cut the gras*, bay, pea vines, etc., al
lowed to go to waster It docs not take
much of such feed to pay for a McCor
mick Mower from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Wa bava groat lnduoomeota to offer
icu In Hosiery, Panta, Overalls, Drawers,
leos Goods, etc. We will be tn oar omeo
for the next sixty days? Bny from ns
yon get the mill prices. We eave you
'/uv jobbers prod ta. dall on Os and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
* WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchante and MUI Agent*.
CITY LOTS FOR HALE-Sltuated on
end near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
Clinks eales, Intelligencer office.
Pot Planta and Cut Flo tra for aale.
L arge and small Palms a specialty. Mrs
J. F. Cllnksoates, 242 North Main St
All ?n?ororUIng ?od euoo*w?ul farm
ers now realise the need of a Mccormick
Mower ano tho greet saving affected by
tbense of thia excellent machine. If
yon do not po-ns one of these machino*
Sullivan tdd xv. Co. would be pleaded to
show you how it would, benefit you to
Beflned, up-to-datopeop?o always want
the best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to bo amor g the beal PHO
TOGRAPHERS in the South, They do
not watts their skill on cheap, fading
"I had diabetes in Ita worst form,"
writes Marlon Lee of Dunreath, Ind.
"I tried eight physicians without relief.
Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney
Cure made me a well mas." Evana
THE WEL6H NECK HIGH SCHOOL,
The pride of Battent Carolina, begins ttl next
session on feept. 23rd. If you intend patron
izing it, yon will confer a favor by to iaformfog
them. 1^ year ito dormitories were overrun tte
first night. 96,000.00 have been spent in making
additional room since then. Address v
J. W. GAINES, Pri&., Kartsville, B. C.
We extend a cordial welcome
to all who may visit OUT city
during : : : : : : : : :
The Next Few Weeks I
And request that you call at
our Repository and inspect our
stock of :
Of which we will have a large
display. Terms and PBIGES
BIGHT. See our Buggies at
835 to $45. : : :
JOS. J, FRET WELX*
Our race forbust??sfi the past season has been more than
satisfactory .to ourselves. We find ourselves fax iii advance
of all past records, having done the best year's business Up to
this tinle ever before in our experience.
From now 'till September 1st we propose to keep up the
record, and so
A first-class, elegant three-quarter Percale, .beautiful styles, ' worth 6c, to
go at 5c.
A 49-ihcb Perche, newest d'.aaigns, worth 10c, our price 7c.
A 40-inch White Lawn, worth 6c. going at 5c.
A better quality Lawn, same width, worth 10c, to go at 8c.
Summer Shins, worth 75c, now going at 500, to keep from carrying them
Of all gradea at prices to please. If you're going to the mountains j ou want
a strong one. If you go to th? Association you'll need a big one, We can
fit you in both.
Prices on FLOUR -ba*? advanced sharply, but with tts quality we
give you we will be found lower than the prevailing marketa justify.
Always Heady for Business,
See ns at euee fer genuine, dd-faahioiied
Orders must be given before September lat, as wo can't get any after that
date. Analyits-Phos. Acid 201, Potash'8.82, Ammonia 4.
We are Putting Out Daily
To clean up lines of fitarobendise
lil Every 1)^^
Ton should nofc ?lus molng as
before euyteg AWTSEXBfy ia.
Men's and Boyo'
Geats' ' Furnishings,
For Men, Women and Children.
Removal Sale Ever Known in
Wm Move to Larger ?narte^?.
WE havo grown ti? (sit that we were impelled to look ont &r iargei?
Slxw?RoonM^ firers from September 1*U Wei
Iwfte secured the very beat location in?this city, where, we will moyer-.
Third door from
South Side of tho Public Square,
Our Departments arn eU fiU?d wi^h un-tomate Goods, ah4 Stock still a?
broken. We cannot afford t? let ihese GoofJs lay to be moyed to nsw quar
ters. No, we will make a great move ole all our Gooda by esl??ng thom at-<.
W YORK COST
SOMw nfXiL?b LESS.
'We wUloflbr you every day new bargains. We will not csre what tho
Goods coat na. Snob ? cut will be given on prices that we will siartle ?hil
whole oolnmnnity, and there will bc no questions asked where to
them. Goto LESSEE & GQ% ?W&kT REMOVE J* 8AX*B.
We hay? enough Goods left w supply the whole County.
Come, follow the crowd, and look for vonrse?i
Wo will make it iut?reot??g for yon, and astonish y;<i fey seUtng <m
entire Stock nf- \
^3c^ erasa all, ?nd, take *l<tei?ia^ c? gsesa* &$aoW
Stock m&g fee wednood by Se^ptamW&fc
TJKTM3B MASOK7C TBM3EU3.
next to Su?iv&n Hardware Co.