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? ocal News.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. :i<). 1903.
? Oea??? cf 2 Former Citizen of Anderson.
lt ia our ead duty this week to citron
.icio tho death ot our Inst surviving
paternal uncle, Mr. C. C. Langston,
?r.f which occurred nt his humo in
Murray County, Ga., near Dalton, on
'Christmas Day. Knowing ol' hin feo
ble condition wo left home on tho 2.'5rd
inst, to spend tbe Christmas holidays
with ho and his family and was athis
.bedside when thc final summons caine,
-lie was conscious almost io tho last
breath and passed away as if going to
sleep. He had been in feeble health
.-since last spring, but was confined to
his bud only at intervals during that
time, and Iiis death was due to the iu
f?rmities of old ago. He lacked only a
?ew weeks of being 78 years of age,
.and had lived an active, energetic
life, scarcely knowing what a day's'
Mr. Langston wa? boin in Uconee
?County and was the youngest of H?X
hi ot hors, lu bis childhood his parents
enoved to Anderson County and settled
about toni-mile? east ot this city, lie
learned the trade ot a brickmason,
which he followed in this eity tor a
number of yenis. At the age of 20
years he mariied Miss Annie Fant, a
.sister of the late O'. H. P. Pant, of this
.County. In 1854 he purchased tho old
Slcnson IIOURO in this city, of which ho
?liad been manager for several years,
?and which was then recognized as tho
?most popular hotel in upper Carolina.
?ie conducted this hotel in connection
TA'ith a largo livery and sales stable un
til about 1804, when ho sold tho pro-!
?ierty and moved to a plantation which
ie owned near Walhalla, where he
?&3?ied and merchandised until the
Full ol 1872, when ho moved to the sec
tion where ho died.
L'p to the time of his leaving Ander
.son the deceased was ono of her best
known citizens, and numbered among
<his friends some of South Carolina's
most distinguished citizens of that day
awl tim o. Ho was noted for his liber-;
alifcy-and genial disposition and made
.a frcead of every acquaintance, His
Jimmy ?id friends have often tobi us of j
biB ninny noble virtues of both heart !
and mind. In bis young manhood ho
joined tho Haptist Church and through
out hin life was n most devoted and
-exemplary member. He was a charier
? -member of Hiram Lodge and the Kuy -
aU. Arch Chapter of Masons of this city
-r-?nd? hi'.d represented both in the Grand
'Lo(J:.'o of tn in State. He was a mau of
.very steady habits, strictly upright in
-nil in? dealings with bis fellowman,
- J. ?I lins gone to reap the^rowards of a
~vtv>ii tipcat life. His venerable wife,
?three sons and three daughters are
4eft to cherish bis memory. On Sat
mrday afternoon the remains were in
<terred by the Masonic fraternity in tho
.Cemetery at Spring Place C. II., Ga.,
%v the sido of a daughter who preceded
?him to thu grave a lew months ago.
Death of Airs. Maxwell.
JlirB. Mary Glenn Maxwell died at
&er home in this city last. Wednesday
.morning after n lingering illness. She
Shad boen in failing health for some
.months, and her death was not unex
pected. She was the wife of City
?Clerk Baylis C. Maxwell, who with
?our children survives her. Mrs.
Maxwell's death is n peculiarly sad
?one, as the four little daughters are
left without tbe kindly ministration.*
-of r?ir.~*her. Before bor marriage she i
won . i BS Mary Glenn, of Charleston,
.and ..ince her residence in Anderson
?abo won a great number of friends by
?her tine character and consecrated life.
Tho funeral services were conducted
.-at the residonce by Kev. S. J. Cnrt
dedge, her pastor, after which the in
cterment took place in Silver Brook
-Cemetery. The bereaved husband and
little children have the sympathy of
orne entire community in their sorrow.
Death of J. L. Geer.
Anderson County has lost another
Sgood citizen in the death of J. Law
rence Geer, which occurred at his
Hbtome in Broadaway Township lost
?Sanday, after an illness of several
months. Mr. Geer was about 51 years
*s??, and the youngest eon of the late
"Thomas Geer. He was born and rear
med and spent his life in the section
?where ho died. Ho was a most worthy,
(.upright man, and held in high esteem
ta&y a wide circle of friends, who deep
fly regret his death. For a number of
jyears he was a devoted member and
?deacon of Neal's Creek Baptist Church
-etvhcre his remains were buried last
Monday afternoon, Rev. O. L. Martin
?conducting tho funeral services. Mr.
'tieer leaves a wife, six little daughters
and ono little son to cherish his meiuo
. ay, and in their bereavement they
? rhave the sympathy of many friends
. The Baker-Turner Wedding.
A recent issue of the Atlanta News
.contained the following announcement
which will be of interest to the friends
?of Mr. Turner, who is at present book
keeper for Julius H. Weil & Co. :
'"'Quito a prominent wedding will be
wolemniaett in Fitzpatrick, Ala., on the
evening of December 20, when Miss
'Sarah ?. Baker and Mr. Ulmer G.
.'Turner, of Anderson, S. C., will be
. united-in marriage. Both are quite
- well known, and although the wedding
wilt be very quiet, a great deal of in
terest is centered in it in Georgia, Ala
bama and South Carolina, where the
- groom resides. After a wedding jour
ney they will be at home to their friends
s at223 Church Street, Anderson, S. C.
Many good wishes and congratulations
. follow them."
\JKie Pope Bicycle Daily Memoranda
The re-issue of the Pope bicycle
tdaily-leaf calendar may bo considered
?tho opening gun proclaiming thu na
tural and healthful return ol bicycling.
Col. Albert A. Pope, the founder of
'.oar bicycle industries and tho pioneer
in the Good Roads Movement, is again
tit tho hoad of the bicycle industry.
.Upon tho 866 calendar leaves are fresh
ly writter lines, from the pens of onr
.greatest college presidente, doctora,
v ^clergymon, statesmen, and other emi
* sent men and women, all of them en
?' ?huBlaatically supporting bicycling,
i.Half of each leaf is plank for memor
? ?ado. Tteii calendar la free at the
fl?ope Manufacturing Company's atoras,
wffeny of our readers can obtain it by
. ?wending five 2-cent stamps to tb? Pope
..Manufacturing Co., Hartford. Conn.,
^^wg 118 Sisal Street, Chicago, Itt.
"WK have a guaran teed euro fer sort
" ~feted' on Chickens. F. B. Orayton,
V ;f ; ttuss^aaeM who ?ell Hides to FANT
J- ?nBOS. at their old stand next door to
VA- .>?e Intelligencer offlco are warned not to
V v dorset that they will m ovo to their new
' v offlco and warehauso opposite Britsey'e
I ?iuonber Mill, oh railroad aldin? near
?> - old Freight Depot on Jan. lat, 100?. ,
MONEY TO LO\N for home client*
: * . ^n?e*ay>t*rm?. . .
- ?nmpeor. & Hood, Attorneys.
Corner Creek News.
Christmas has arrived arid now wo
aro io the luidst ot tho merry holidays.
Everything is*moving on quietly and
everyone seeming- to ho indulging in
tho many festivities and events that
characterize Christinas week. Visi
iuia arc coming and K?'ng daily; tho
young folks enjoying themselves ming
ling together, while tho older ones
aro also participating in tho morry hol
Mr. Monroe Shirley, of Mississippi,
is hero on u visit to his relutives in the
County, lie came hero from Atlanta,
Ga., whore ho is pursuing a CO'TSO in
tho Dental College of that cit> .
Sam Jones,- of Laurens County, spent
tho merry Christmastide hero with tho
It wnw our happy pleasure to attend
a beautiful wedding on Tuesday, '?'.?nd
inst., at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. ?.
lt. Shirley, of Marker's Creek. The
contracting parties were Mr. Joe A.
Smith and Miss Lois Kay, tho lovely
neice ot Mr. Shirley. Early in tho
morn i ng the guests began to assemble
und by l','..'50 o'clock the spacious parlor
wus filled to its fullest capacity, anx
iously awaiting the nuptial tie. With
Mi HS olivia G asea way ut tho organ, thc
beautiful Mcndelshou's wedding march
peuled forth, and hist entered Mr.
Wayne Maddox with Miss Minnie Kay,
histor ol' the bride; Mr. EarleGassaway
with Miss Varona Shirley, and closely
following their footsteps were tho
lovely bride and groom, who entered,
lacing the Kev. E. C. Shirley, who, in
a few brief remarks, pronounced them
husband and wife. After receiving
the usual congratulations they were
ushered into tho dining-room, where
an elegant dinner was awaiting them.
There Were about seventy-live peoplo
present, both old anti youug, and, utter
participating in tim dinner, the jolly
young folks spent the evening in so
cial amusements. The bride is a no
ble young woman and is universally
popular with a host of peoplo that
know her, while tho groom is a young
man of sterling worth and possesses a
most excellent character, and is to bo
congratulated on obtainiug tho youug
lady he hnH for his daily companion
through lifo. In conclusion may wu
wish for thom a most happy and suc
cessful journey overbite's tempestuous
sean. They were tho recipient of many
Misses Julia and Fannie Gray, two
of Anderson's excellent young ladies,
were the guests of their friend, Miss
Modenu liigby, for a few days lust
Aurrio W. Shirley, of Braidontown,
Fla., is here on a visit for a few dayB
to his brothers, Messrs. J. N. and A.
Misses Loila and Murphy Carwile,
two of our bright young schoolteach
ers, are spending the holidays at home,
where their friends are glad to see
Foster Hammond, one of Abbeville's
popular bachelors, spent Saturday
night and Sunday in our midst. Some
great attraction, we piesume.
Weare experiencing some blustering
weather at present, which is rather
rongh on small grain.
Mrs. J. T. McConnell and children,
of Hart County, Gu., are here visiting
her parents, Mr. und Mrs. B. F. Gassa
We aro all well, except a few colds.
Dec. 28. Tyro.
Marriage of a Popular Young Couple.
Married, on Thursday evening,
December 21th, 1003, at the residence
of tho bride's father, Mr. E. H. Gum
brell, in Pendleton Township, by Kev.
E. A. Durham, Mr. 8. A. Phillips and
Miss Annie Gumbrell, both of Ander
son County. The brido received many
useful and handsome presents. This
in a worthy young couple, and wo join
their many friends in wishing them a
happy and prosperous journey through
Your humble scribe had the pleasure
of attending the reception on the 25th
at the home of the groom's father, Mr.
K. T. Phillips, where there were as
sembled many friends and relatives,
who partook of the bounteous, dinner
which had been prepared, after which
all listened to music rendered by Mr.
J. Bipgerstoff on the violin, accompa
nied by Miss Belle Biggerstaff on the
autoharp. which was most excellent
and highly enjoyed.
Visiting in Charleston,
The Charleston Evening Post of the
23rd inst, contained the following per
MisB Alice Maxwell, of Anderson, is
visiting Miss Helen Jennings, on Ash
JU iss Leizo Stribling, of Pendleton,
ts spending the holidays with Miss
Margie Gaillard, No. 188 Wentworth
Miss Ella Sitton, of Pendleton, is
spending a time in the city, the guest
of Miss Flora Mciver, No. 85 Van der
Llat of representatives In the varions
J. J. dimer, Anderson.
P. G. Acker, Broadaway.
j. J T. Oreen, Belton.
J. R. Tripp, Brushy Greek. .
Robert Stevenson, Corner.
W. T. McGill, Center ville.
J. C Gantt, Fork.
. D. H. Melton, Garvin.
J. M. Dunlap, Hone? Path.
J. O. McAdams, Hall.
Wm. Bolt, Hopewell.
Y. Martin, Martin.
A. J. Nilton, Pendleton.
B. F. Shirley, Rook Mills.
R. P. Cllnksoales, Savannah.
W. T Dean, Varen nea
W. C. Meredith, Willlatnston.
The Veterans In each Township will
report on or before January 10th, 1004, to
the representative above named In the
Township In whioh you live, and the
representatives will please nend in their
reports to pension eommtsHioner by 23rd
of January, 1004. and further report all
who have died in the last year, also all
who have ?eft the Htate. County or Town
shir; and farther report all those in Clans
A B and C, No. 1, whose income exceeds
$lo0, In Clsss C, No. 2, $75, In Class C,
Nos. 3 and 4, $100. Tula amount ls gross,
not net from all sources or property sum
oient to produce the above amounts in
applicants or wife's name debars him,
end when soldiers or widows dispose or
their property by Riving or selling to
thstr child reu or where a soldier give? to
his wife his properly they are debarred.
Now in case a Veteran or widow lalla to
report to the representative of the Town
.hip in whioh they reside, and your
natie ts leit off. no ono will be to bl?ma
except you snail.
John T. Oreen, County Ch'm. .
Dee. 21st, 1904,
X will be at the Audltor'a Office at Aa?
demon O. H. on the 28th, Alb. 80th and
81tt Deoember, 1003, and 2nd, 4th, Otb,
16th and 23rd January, 1904, for the pur
pose of preparing all pensi?n papen rar
new applicant, writing np tran s foro th*
removing to other Counties in the Stat?,
so if yob ara:* nsw sjppllcan t it ia better
to report to me and III fix you np and
than you take your application to the
Township repr?sentative and he'll pass
Opoa tt, J. J. Gllmor.
Pension Commissioner for Anderera
Deo, 2lst, .1004.
The Interurban Trolley.
According to Tho Anderson Daily
Mail, Dr. Goo. E. Coughliu, ot Indian
apolis, promoter of tho Greenville
Anderson interurban trolley line, baa
the following to say in a recent letter
to The Mail:
"I ezpeet to be ia Anderson in Jan
uary to make the locating surveys tor
the proponed electric railroad."
J. P. Charles, of this city, has re
cently returned from a trip to Indian
apolis, where hd*had aft? .> interview
with Dr. Coughlan. He says that he
firmly believes the interurban road
will bo built.
"Besides Dr. Coughlin 1 saw sev
eral of the capitalists, of Indianapolis,
who are personally interested in the
proposed road. They were enthusias
tic over the scheme, and talked as if
they would begin active work on eou
Htructing the road in a very short
time. 1 understand that delay in
starting the work has been caused by
tho cold weather, butin the spring I
believe a force of laborers will begin
tim construction of tho roadbed.
I "These people say they realize what
ti splendid investment such u road
would be not only to themselves but
also to the entire i'iodmont section of
.South Carolina ami they cannot afford
not to build tho road alter having pro
ceeded as far as they have."
Although very little has been said
of the proposed road for tho last sev
eral mouths, the people lier? and in
the towns along the route have by no
means lost interest in the enterprise
but are ready and willing to assist in
its eonstructiou at any time.-Green
- M . mm -
We have a guaranteed cure for sore
head ou Chickens. F. B. (JUAYTON,
A drink for ' a gentieuiau of the old
schcol". Puru old Kentucky Whiskey
-wholesome uud invigorating, in sick
ness or health. On Bale at ail dispensa
MONEY TO LOAN-I can make;eome
desirable loaiiH on real t Hiato ior home
clients. Terms easy. Security must be
good. J. M. Paget, Attorney at Law,
Hank of Anderson Building, Anderson,
H. C. 28-4
BONE MEAL ls highly recommended
in nm "American Encyclopaedia" and
by all imeiirgtiiit and successful florists,
nurserymen and gardeners for Pot Piaula,
Rose?-, Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Clover,
Ijawns, Strawberries aud Vegetables,
because of lasting qualities and high
grade analyt's. F A NT BRON, manu
facture u solely lrotn old dry animal
bones at Audt-raoD, S. C. List of custo
mers and what they use our bone meal
for, furnished with samples and price
Foley's Houoy and Tar positively eures
all throat aud lung diseases Ref use sub
stitutes.-IC vinni' Pharmacy.
We have great inducements to offer
you in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, etc. We will bo in our office
for the next sixty days. Buy from us
you get the mill prices. We save you
tbe jobbers profits. Call on us and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
MONEY TO LOAN-in sums of 8100
or more on real estate mortgages. Apply
**> Quatllebauin & Cochran, Anderson, 8.
Are you tbluking of what to give your
boy for Christmas? If you consult his
wishes you will buy an Air Rifle from
Sullivan Hdw. Co. This firm has the
kind of Rifles that all the boys want.
Don't be imposed upon by taking sub
stitutes offered for Foley's Honey and
CITY LOTS FOR SALE-Situated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
Clinksoales, Intelligenoer office.
COUGHS, COLDS AND CONSTIPATION
Few people realize when taking cough
medicines other than Foley's Honey and
Tar, that they contain opiates which are
constipating besides being unsafe, parti
cularly for ohildron. Foley's Honey and
Tar ooo tains no opiates, ia safe and sure
and will not constipate.-Evana' Phar
WE now have help and are prepared
to get out work in a reasonable time. We
thank our patrons for their patience with
os while we were so m ooh behind with
our work. MIES CARVER, our assis
tant, has had several years experience in
the business, is a fine re io uu uer and un
derstands si) parts thoroughly. See ns
at our Gallery.-GALLAGHER BROS.
Boya Life Saved From Creup.
C. W. Lynoh, a prominent oliizon of I
Winchester, Ind., writes, "My little boy '
bsd a severe attack of membraneous
croup, end only got relief after taking
ono dose and I feel that it saved the life
or my boy." Refuse substitutes.-Evans'
A set of Sullivan Hdw. Co's, elegant
Carvers would be a most acceptable gift
to mother or wife.
Report From the Reform School.
J. G. Gluok, Superintendent, Prunty
town, W. Va., writes: "After trying all
other advertised cough medicines we
have decided to use Foley's Honey and
Tar exclusively in the Weet Virginia
Reform School. I dod it the most effec
tive and absolutely harmless."-Evans'
1 A Timely Tapio.
At this season of coughs and colds it Is
well to know that Foley's Honey and
Tar is the greatest throat and lung reme
dy. It cores quickly and prevents seri
ous results from a cold.-Evans* Pharma
"Should Did Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Nover Brought to Mind."
Wb?u yon need anything usually kept
in Drugstores don't forget tbatWllhtte
& Wilhite are generally open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. ra. Lucas Paint?, as good as
the best and ss oheap as the cheapest, al*
ways on band.
As lt grows cold you feel the need of a
good Axe. All patterns of the best qual
ity Axes manufactured are sold by Sulli
van Hdw. Co.
Hickory and Holly Logs. Freight paid
on carloads. James Cookshott, Charles
ton, S C. 16t 18
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attornoy-at-Law.
Don't let this opportunity pass and fall
to get a Terracing Plow obesp.
Brook Hardware Co.
A kidney or' bladder trouble can al
ways be eared by using Foley's Kidney
Cure in time.-Evans' Pharmaoy.
A TBoawnd Dallar? Wtrtk tTfeti.
A. H. Thu rasa, a weh-kno wn eoe! ope
rator of Buffalo, o., writes, "I hare been
afflicted with kidney ead "bladder trou
ble for yea?, p?salas gravel or atones
with exeruolatlns pain. I got no relief
from medicines until I began taking
Foley's Kidney Cure, then th* reeuR waa
surprising. A few dosea atarte* tba
brick dom Uko fine stones and now ?
have no pain across my kidneys andi
feel Uko a now man. Il has dona me a
8100 worth of good."-Evans' Pharmacy.
A few more Kool Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price. '.. .
Brock" Hardware Co.
Loaded B h ells, either new dab or nair
Rival. All site loads with any Blee shot.
1 You can get j dst what yon wahl in thia
Une from Sullivan Hdw. Co., who have
jost received their third full oar-load
shipment of thwe gooda.
We Thank Each
And All of You
For y our patronage during this
year, and hope you are so well
pleased that you will continue to
patronize us indefinitely. You will
always find our stock very com?
plete in every detail.
Wishing you a happy and pros
perous New Year, we are
THE HOLLY AND THE MISTLETOE!
Are in berry and it reminda us that
CHRISTMAS IS COMING,
THE finit of December ia the time for us to cat prices.
You want a CHRISTMAS PRESENT for your wife, daughter or sweet
heart. The C. A. REED MUSIC HOUSE has everything in this line to
brighten the nome, cheer the heart and please the fancy.
Small Musical Merchandise,
And Sewing Machines,
In great variety.
Call, investigate, and get prices.
TEE C. A. REED MUSIC EOUSE.
-TO MY COUNTRY
FRIENDS ?ND CUSTOMERS i
When you come to Town to get your Christmas Fruits,
Nuts, Etc., come over and ?j ve us a call. Will save ^ou
money and give you the highest Cash Pri?es for your Butter
C. IBANK BOLT. Cash Grocer.
? GET TEE HABIT OF t
1 GOING TO V
] THE BOSTON SHOE STORE [
Which is now complete. The two bright
windows filled with
Up**to^Date Footwear I
Shows you the intelligence of an
; * Experienced Salesman.
Full line of FELT SHOES or SLIPPERS, at Low Prices, ?
will protect your cold feet.
The Boston Shoe Store is the plaoe where you can meei the *
careful Shoe buyers. ^
4 Every Shoe sold Ls made of the very beet selected leather and ^
4 ia guaranteed. - . j?
i You can find almost anything; and everything in the Shoe or >
< Rubber line. , ?
4 Come before you buy and look the large. variety , of Shoes >
* over. You will be pleased to find a place where you can get full %
4 value for your money. *
4 You are always welcome, and find always friendly hands to <
4 wait on you. Respectfully,
I MARTIN SELICMAN. I
_ * . . . '
Two doors from Farmers and Merchants Bank. '
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?J'?411.ymjii >^>'ii^ my? tty* *y ?!)? n?|i n^i <|f 'm,' '^y^i'^^nm?^
BUGGIES, HARNES, CARRI AJO?
"Sou cannot af?bsd to buy a Buggy, 8urrsy, Cayrfag? or
Harness without looking throughway large stock and getting
?lose pri?es. I can certainly saveVon money*
We feel profoundly grateful to our
friends and tho trading public for the
large business they have given us
during the year 1903.
We are making every preparation tJ>
make 1904 a larger business year
than the one just past.
?kg a in wishing you a prosperous New Y ear i we are
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for Men, Women and Chitaren.
HAVE MOVED TO Tl
1 JV If J J-lvii ^yJ
COMPELLED to Beek larger Store Rooms we ere now occupying Two
Large Floors, whioh are filled with New, Un-toDato Merchandise, all bought
for Spot Cash by shrewd buyers. We do not need to explain Who we are.
Your patents and grand-parents have always made headquarters'with tis, and
we have won their full confidence. We have no old Stock to offer. We do
not try to sell you one article at a loss and make it up on others, like.a groat
many buaincoa houses do. No, we are dealing honest, and you all most ooma
and see what enormous stocke of carefully selected
Is awaiting your inspection. Inspection means baying. How often have yo?
been tempted by some concerno to buy shoddy, but u io o-looking Goode, and
have fono4 ont afterwards that it did hot give satisfaction ? How often h&?0
yon 'bought a good lookiogJShq? and found afterwards it had a pasteboard pole,
and bought samo ove? again)? Why not come where you are known, whore
yon are at home, and where you have always been suited, and whe.ro yon will
again be well suited ? ' : ?
grW? bought from a largo Cloak manufacturer 500 high groado CLOAKS,
whioh we will offer at snob low prices that there will 'bc no competition.
Yon will bo delighted to inspect our beautiful MILLINERY DEPART
MENT. This h aa become our pet department, beoause tho very lato st styles
and quality pf HATS sell at sight. Fancy Hate, bot not fauoy pricesj&s
thc quick sellers. i / ' * \
- Do not ga and look for CLOTHING elsewhere when yon c?a find a foll,
large assorted lot of nobby Clothing et ridiculously low prices.
WE ABB THE SHOE PEOPLE beoause wo havo btdifc np an enormous
trade in good 8hoea. We sell only solid loath or Shoes ai Ute v?ry -laies?
pri?es. You can find here the vfiry latest styles ?? Footwear, either tot ladies?
mon or children. Come and examine our Shoeo before yon buy eteetshtfisu
Wo tow how to fit yous fest and pocket-book, ?od guarantee any Shoe tiu&
goes ont of our Store.
Wa always carry a foll line of ep-so-daie Goods, and mU ' tim*
prices than any other ?tore Sa this eeet?on. Bcxore yon troy giva
Wo havo many polite and wall kaowa Sales-psople who aro Willis? \
to wait oa you and Ire** you like old friends?
FBS?, FREE ! FREE lt Hand Painted Chica free ? Wo
zdceived a uaw lot of han?^paintcdiObina for ftes premium** ?ek
post; ? Tot?W^alw^'^irp/S '
' IkEAlTMRKS .OF- LOW,
t?? Kogoor to Sullivan Hdw. ?o.V South Side, of Fahi??^ _
?ocia from Bank of Anderdon, White Ffont, Majo?S Beding?