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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, HMM.
Ine County Tair.
'?'?lo first Anderson County Fair was
yesterday morning under favor
.itio-?x. mlitious. Thc attendance was
vorf good, and the oflicers say that
ilwrj *re satisfied with tlie ti ret day's
-xjAfclte. Ono drawback to the success
of tho Fair is tho fact that the farmers
. f the county are very busy gathering
trwir cotton, but many of them aro
attending and many visitors are her?
.'rom tin' 1'iediiiont section.
The entries number about '-'"?o, con
sisting ot horses, entile and poultry.
Vhere ave about 100 horses, including
'.hose on th?' race track. The race?,
vltich are the feature of the Fair, take
dace each day at '-' p. m.
The results ol yesterday's races were
?-? foi lo ?vs: F i rat race, winners, horses
>t J. M. Hanks, .J. E. McFall, P. K.
liiukscales and Iteed Sherard, in the
In the second lace, A mile run, Annie
vV, first; Carolina, second; Bessie ,),
In the third race, ii-..VJ liol <>r pace,
'.?itreaktield, hint. Robert K, seconti;
. diamond I), third
To-day and to monow are the bi*;
t/ays. and large crowds are expected.
. - mw -w~ m
Monday was salesday, hut tho num
ber of people in the citv from th?? cou n
rlry was unusually small. The fanners
;i-o very busy gathering their cotton
.-?and'tino little time to como to the city
. saeept on busiuess. Four tracts of
. and wen* sold at public outcry by
. Judge of Probate Nance, as follows:
?ln the matter of Mrs. T. A. Hoit, as
administratrix, against James Dolt and
others, a tract of 150 acres was sold to
Mrs. T. A. Bolt, tho purchase price
The tract of H:; acre* in Hall town
ship belonging to the Hall estate was
-iold to Mr. M. (J. Bowie for $1,1 bf.
'.In the matter of W. M. Shirley
telnet Sarah Robertson and others,
two lots in Honca Path were sold as
follows: Lot No. 1, containing one
fourth of uh acre, to Charles Datcher
?or ?00; lot No. 2, containing 2 acres,
'x> J. D. Rouse for ?'ilO.
The announcement of the death of
HW Henry Williford, of Rock Mills
Township, which occurred in a hospi
tal in Augusta, Ga., last Saturday was
a great shock to many of his friends
:n this county. On Tuesday of last
week Mr. Willi ford, who had been a
^reat sufferer for several weeks, went
"io Augusta to have un operation per
formed and proved fatal. The remains
were brought homo Sunday evening
and on Monday morning were intoned
it Roberts Church, Rev. T. C. lagon
conducting the funeral services. The
. deceased was tho second sim of the
lute Charles Williford and about !W
years of agu. He was a bachelor and
.very successful farmer, owning several
valuable plantations in the county,
ile was a most excellent citizen and
was highly esteemed by a wide circle
-of friends, who will long cherish his
John B. Anderson, of Seneca, S. C.,
-ndied at the home of his brother-in-law,
l>r. R. G. Witherspoon, in Rock Mills
Township, lust Monday morning. He
bad been in feeble health for several
.years and had been traveling in the
Weet as a salesman tor a wholesale
&ouse for some time. About three
'weeks ago he returned home from
'Texas and came down into this county
*te visit and consult hiB brother-in-law.
While there he contracted pnueumonia
uni fever, which caused his death.
?His r?mains were interred yester
s*!ay at Roberts Presbyterian Church,
Itev. T. C. Ligon CL .ducting the
?^funeral services. Mr. Anderson was
?the second son of the late Thoa. H.
Anderson, of this county, and was
-32 years of age. He married Miss
.3?mma Cox, a daughter of Alis Cox, of
.-the Belton section, and she with two
?children survive him. He also leaves
4 devoted mother, Mrs. Eugenia An
viorson, ono brother and one sister, all
of this city. He had long boen a con
sistent member of the Presbyterian
.Church, and had a great many friends
"throughout this section who will re
istet to hear of his death.
Sanderson County has lost naother
^ood citicen in the death of John A.
O'Neal, which occurred at his home in
'.Uontarvillo Township, four m iles north
-west of this city, at an early hour last
-Saturday morning, on the 54th anni
versary of hiB birth. He had been in
feeble health for a number of years,
stud recently spent a few weeks under
(treatment in a hospital in Baltimore.
?tv. Kj nc?i s pai?Qt? WcF? ??ti ve? ?*
Ireland, and m bis childhood they
moved to Anderson from North Caro
lina, where he was born. His father
? waa a stonemason, and while employed
ic 4be construction of the old Blue
.Blue Ridge Railway was accidentally
^?ied, leaving a widow and two sons.
Several yeai s after the Civil war the
-widowed mother died, and the two
*wus were raised by the late Re*.
Jacob Burriss. Mr. O'Neal married
Miss Ance Burriss, a daughter of the
late Wm. Burriss, and she with four
?ons and three daughters are left to
cherish the memory of a devoted fath
.ir. die was -a most worthy, upright,
-.uart, and had r&e conhdenee and good
will of a wide -circle of friends, who
deeply sympnthiie with the bereaved
family. He had long been a devoted
.Nienaber of Salem BaptiHt Churci,
where his remains were interred last
sunday morning, Kev. J. R. Karie
conducting the funeral services in the
ntteaetice ?rf a ?urge -congregation of
friends and v. ?ves.
?g regular doseiT- L'??n
twelve pounds in wc
the bottle was finish?;
--eshloot Of a
Eight cents a porbh6add?w',;
cheap for such valuabt?!^^
terial. Some pay more, sklnned
less, some get nqthing ibss
their money. You get yoitbe
money's worth when you buyt
We will send you a little
free. , .
,SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS,
4OQ Pearl Street, New* York.
Soc. and $i.oo ; all druggists.
Courl Proceeding -
lu tho Comt ol General Sessions the
va AV ot .lim I? ice, charged with m In
der, w as? hidIIJ? ti ?ed when Tho I utelli
ge ticer went to press Inst week. He
wa* charged \% 1111 tho murder ot Nel
son Wingfield in V?rennos Township
las I spring. 'Mu* jury was unable to
reach a verdict, but upon agreement
tho solieitor und tho attorneys for the
defendant consented to a verdict of
manslaughter with a recommendation
to the mercy ot th?< court. Hice was
given a seiiteuce of two years by Judgo
A continuance was granted in the]
State agatust John Hobbins, indicted
for MIDI der. The Solicitor annouueed
that the State was not ready for trial,
and the case wiiB accordingly continued
to the next tenn of .court. Hobbins
was released on bond in tho sum of
>"f lHe is represented by Monham
Lis-Snipes and Charles Brooks, two
white hoy?, weie indicted for house
breaking and larceny, tho charge
being that they broke into tho store
of the Saluda Mercantile Company at
Pelzcr. Snipes entered a plea ol
guilty and wi? sentenced to a term oj
lour mouths on the public works ot
the county. Hiooks was tried for
complicity in the offence, but tho jury
found him not guilty. !'. 1". Martin
represented H rooks.
1). M. Medea haugh, formerly agent
ot the Southern and Blue Uidge rail
ways at Kelton, was tried on charge
ot lire.tch of trust with fraudulent in
tent. lt was alleged that IK; appro
printed to his own one the sum of
.Vv">? ot the railroad's funds. Tile
case was concluded Thursday. Thu
jury remained out lor a lew minuten
?inly, and returned verdict ol not
guilty. Geo. K. l'rince and K. M.
H?cker, Jr. represented Bedenbaugh.
Wairen Samples, convicted on Tues
day of muusluughter with a recom
mendation to mercy, was brought into
court Thursday and was sentenced to
imprisonment tor two years.
W. (j. Adkins, indicted for asHuult
and battery with intent to kill,entered
a plea of guilty of simple assault and
battery. He waa sentenced to pay u
line ot $30 or servo twenty days on tho
public woiks of tho county.
After tho close of tho work of tho
Sessions Court, the Court of Common
Pleas was oponed as is provided hy tho
statutes. Appeal caseB and mattem
in equity were takeu up and disposed
of ?luring Thursday afternoon and Fri
day. A short session of tho court was
held Saturday morning and then tho
final adjournment took place.
Special Judge Frank B. Gary dis
charged his duties in an able and mi
partial manner and made an excellent
MIAMI .11 liv's I'UKSKNTMKN T.
The Grund Jury tnado the following
presentment on Tuesday afternoon,
27tll ult., and was discharged :
To His Honor, Frank li. Gary, Presid
ing Judge :
The grand jury submits the follow
ing general presentment:
We aro pleased to noto that the
reputation of our county for peaco
and oilier, to which wo referred in
our ll rsi and second terms, is still sus
Ttio committees appointed by our
body at a previous tenn of tho court
have all made their reports, all of
which show a very favorable condition
of tho affairs of the county.
The committee on the examination
of tlie books and affairs of the coun
ty ollicers report that they gave three
days to said examination with tho
assistance of au expert, and found
all of said olhces well kept and all
moneys received hy such as hundi?
paulie or trust funds properly account
ed tor, and express the opinion that
Anderson County has cause of con
gratulation upon the efficiency of her
lu addition to examining tho county
oiliceB said committee also examined
tho hooks of tho county dispenser und
of the beer dispensary at Anderson,
and found that they hnd turned over
to tho County Treasurer all moneys
shown to be duo the couuty.
As a matter of information to the
public as to the expense? of the coun
ty government and tho revenues re
ceived for that purpose we have given
the receipts of the year 11)0:1:
Ordinary county tax.$31,457.13
Special road tax. 5,500.00
Anderson Dispensary. 8,58(1 ii]
Pendleton Dispensary. 1,173.73
Anderson Beer Dispensary... 945.18
Making a total o.f.$50,755.71)
The committee appointed to exam
ine the conduct of the County Homo
for the Poor and tho County Jail re
port: That at the County Home tho
inmates are all well cared for, and
that they speak well of the steward,
Mr. W. T. McGill, for his cure and
attention to them, and that they found
the farm in good condition, and the
stock showing evidence of care and
attention. The books of the steward
show that ho has Bold produce from
tho farm for the year 1003 Amounting
to $1,533.81, which exceeds by $50.53
the amounc paid out by bim for labor
on said farm. A new chapel has been
erected on tho grounds of the Homo,
and religious services are being held
therein regularly every Sabbath, for
which wo commend the County Hoard
of Com missioners and the steward.
Said committee also report that they
i....... ...- ...:-..,.> n... H-... f_?i
iiuvO vAnimuuu mu wr La ii &j umi uuu
found the premises in good condition,
except the fencing, which needs re
Eairs. We suggest that a brick wall
e built on the south ard west sides
of tho premises about two feet above
the surf ace of the earth for a protec
tion to the grounds and thereon be
placed some suitable renee. The jail
is reported by said committee na beiug
The committee appointed upon the
public roads anu tho convict camp re
port the camp in /rood shape, the con
victs well cared for and doing good
work. Tho roads are reported in good
condition, except in a few instances
where they have been damaged by re
In conclusion wo desire to thank
your honor, the solicitor ami other
officers of the court for the courtesies
extended to us during the term.
J. H. Anderson, Foreman.
The ladies of the Saluda Baptist
Association will Judd n missionary
rally at Helton Oct. li), beginning nt
ll o'clock in the morning. The fol
lowing is the official ptogrum :
Devotional meeting, conducted by
Mrs. T. G. Cry mes.
Holl call, each delegate responding
with Scripture verse.
BUi30- Address by Mrs. Eotzruinger.
12 30-Talk on Osage missions and
Hortic for Children of Missionaries by
Mrs: J. D. Chapman, of Anderson.
Discussion of Methods.
2.30- Devotional exercises, led by
Mrs. Anna Herger.
" 3.00-Band exercise? by children.
3.80-Talk on band work by Mrs. J.
. ntere?ted in woman's work are
?ion. v invited audit ia urgeu thnt
- Therot) scud two delegates,
af typewrit! Committee,
tomed to usiofc
Tin* scctim has iiad no rain in about
Vivh weeks, and a good showct would
he appreciated by everybody.
Tho ta rm era say their ?Mop ol cotton
will not bo un large as wa? expected a
month ago- It ia opening iapidly and
pickers are in demand.
Ervin Greer, who lived near here,
died on September 23rd. He had been
confined to his home and a great auf
forer lor about eighteen months. He j
waa a native of Spartanbmg County
and about OH years of age. A wife
ami eight children HUI vive him.
The new Collide engine recently
purchased by the Piedmont Manufac
turing company han arrived and is
now being placed in position by Capt.
Olivei Haynes and a big gang ot work
men. Tho engine will be capable of
developing 1,000 horsepower. It will
take tito plaee ot the IKO horaepower
engine which has been in UHO at Pied
mont tor a number of years. AH can
be imagined, the new engine ia an
enormous piece of machinery. Seven
cars were required to haul it*from the
Kant. The boilers were made by tho
[.umbard Iron Works of Augusta and
have alHo arrived.
The engine .and all machinery for
thu new Farmer's Ginnery IJHH at last
been placed in position and the plant
in now ready for business.
The champion cotton picker in thia
part of the country in said to live in
tVillinuiriton Township. Ho ia tiie
thirteen-year-old son of W. II. Toll?-I
HUD and not long ago he succeeded in
gathering 100 pounds in less than niuo
F:\cursion to Atlanta, (ia.
1 have arranged to run my laat Ex
cursion for thiri Henson over the Savan
nah Valley and Seaboard Air Lino
Railroads. The train will leave An
! derson on Wednesday, Oct. 12tb, at 12
o'clock midday, and arrive in Atlanta
at? p. in. Returning the train will
leave Atlanta the next night at 12
o'clock. Fare from Anderson is only
$'J.10 for round trip.
If you want to take in this cheap
' trip come right along and we will try
to make you enjoy yourself.
L. P. Smith.
WANTED-A whit? man to run a
farm. Apply to Dr. W. II. Nardin, Jr., I
Peoples Hawk Building. 15-3
A Great Sensation.
There was H big sensation lo Leesville,
Ind., when W. II Brown oftbat place,
who waa expected to die, bad bia life I
Haved by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. He writes: "I endured
insufferable agonies from Asthma but
your New Discovery gave me Immediate
relief and soon thereafter effected a com
niete eure." Simile*' cures of Consump
tl rn, Pneumonia, Brunch tis and Grip
aae numerous. It's mo peerless remedy
for all throat and lung troubles. Price
50c, and $1.00. Guaranteed by Orr,
Gray A Co., Druggist. Trial bottles free.
We have great Inducements to offer
you in Hosiery, Pants,Overalls, Drawers,
Pi (?ce Goods, etc. We will bo In our ornoo
for tho next sixty days. Buy from us
you get the mill prices. We Bave you
tbejobburs 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
Rubbed the Grave
A startling ???idwit, is narrated by
John Oliver, ot Philadelphia, aa follows :
"I was in an awful condition. My skin
was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
coated, paiu continually in back and
sides, no appetite, growing weaker day
by day. Three pbyslcluns had given rn?
up. Then I WBB advised to use Elt-ctrio
Bitten; to my great joy, the first bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
tinued their use for turee weeks, and am
now a well man. I know they robbed
1 the grave ol' another victim." No one
; Bhouid tail to try them. Only r.o cents,
1 guaranteed, at Orr, Graj ?fe Co., drug
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salves yon ever
heard of. "Bucklen'e Arnica Salve ls the
best. It sweeps away and cures Burns,
Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, Ulcers. Skin
Eruptions and Piles. li's only 25, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by Orr,
Gray & Co., Druggist.
Sullivan Hardware are preparing for a
very large fall business. Tney have the
largest stock of Hardware ever carried
by any hardware house In the State.
They are now located In their new rooms
on South Main street. This building has
been admirably fitted for the transaction
of their business. Honest goods, low
prices and fair dealing are the founda
tion stones upon which Ibis firm has
built Its enormous business.
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several vc ara since my lunga were so
badly affected that I had many hem
orrhages," writes A. M. Alse, of Wood,
Ind. "I took treatment with several
physlolans without any benefit. I then
started to take Foley's Honey and Tar
and my lungs are now as sound ?s a bul?
? let. I recommend lt in advanced stages
of laug trouble." Evans Pharmacy.
Acid Mineral cures all skin diseases.
Has cured Eczema of 40 years standing
and ls king of germicides. Sold by
"Should Old Acquaintanco Be Forgot
And rte vcr Brought te Miad."
When you need anything nsuallv kept
Iq Drugstores don't forget t bot WU hito
tfc Wllhite are generallv open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Li-icaa Paint?, as good as
the best and aa cheap as the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
Acid Iron Mineral has magic power to
quickly heal outs, wound?, burns and
old sores. Stops blood-flow Instantly.
For man or beast. Sold by Druggists.
Doctors Could not Help Her.
* I had kidney trouble for years,"
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner, of Shel
ton, Wash., "and i he doctors could not
hel?me. I tr led Foley's Kidney Cure,
sou the very first dose gave me relief
and I am now cured. I cannot say too
much for Foley's Kidney Cure." It
makes the diseased kidneys sound so
they will eliminate the poisons from the
blood. Evans Pharmacy.
Acid Iron Mineral aurea all diseases
involving Inflammation, by purifying
the blood and directly healing the irri
tated parts. Try it on an external sore
and watch lt'? ie.?VFI? healing. It acts lc
exactly the sat .va way on all internal In
flammations iucb as dvspepsla, Indi
gestion, Rt- umatism, Kidney Disease,
StomacL' ... Bowel troubles. It has no
equal co disrates peculiar to women*
Tones up the entire system. Trade
A-l-M mark on every bottle. Sold by
Druggists. ?Void Irot. Mineral Co.,
Columbia, 8. C.
When yon need a Shot Gun go where
you can get Inst what you want; or If
you are uncertain as to what yon want,
go where you can see them all to make
your selection. Sullivan Hdw. Co. have
purchased thia season the following sin
gle barrel Shot Guns : 230 Iver John
son's. 400 Harrington & Richardson's,
700 "Nimrods," 550 Hopkins A Allen's.
Also the following double-barrel Oona:
30 Remington'*. 100 "Sullivan's Specials,"
144 Belgutn's, 40 Winchester Rifles.
Tn is makes a total of 2,194 Guns bought
thia season by this Arm. These people
i would be pleased to have yon examine
the it line of Guns.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WELL? I
Bright's Disease, Diabetis, Rheuma
tism, Gout, < travel, Dropsy, Intiatualiou
ol' the Bladder, Bsd Blood und Ko/voua
Troubles caused by Sick Kidney*.
Evans Pharmacy, the well kuowti
Druggists of Anderson, know by expe
rience that HIN DI PO will cure a'l forms
of Kidney und Nervous Troubles, and
will guarantee it in all en-en.
< 'an t you afford to try it at their risk ?
it costs you nothing if it don't do the '
Sent by mail to any address, prepaid,
on receipt of60 couts. . > Pixes 12.50 un
der a positive guarantee.
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M.T. Fvnob, Editor of the Phillips
burg, N. J. Post, writes: "I have used
many kinds of medicines for coughs and
colds in my family but never anvtbing
so good as Foley's Honey imd Tar. I
cannot say too much in praise of lt."
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kilney trouble so bad," says J.
J. Cox, of Valley View, Ky., "that I
(?ould not work, my feet were swollen to
Immense size and I was confined to my
bod ?md physicians were unable to give
meany relief. Mv doctor finally pre
scribed Foley's Kidney (.'ure which
made a well man ol me." Avoid serious
results of kidney or bladder disorder by
taking Foley's Kidney Cure. Evans
DAVIH <fc DANIEL ?HOE STORES,
(PostOftlce Block. Anderson.)-"Pretti
est Shoe Store in the State." Seen our
big New Stock ? Everybody welcome.
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says, "1 have used Foley's Honey and
Tar In three very severe cases of pneu
monia with good results in every case."
Refuso substitutes. Evans Pharmacy.
DAVIS & DANIEL SHOE STOKE,
(PostOffice Block, Anderson.-"Pretti
est Shoe Ntore in tho 8tate." Our special
boast: We keep tho best Shoes to be
found on the market.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have just re
ceived their second full car load of Load
ed Shells this season. Tbev do not han
dle anything but the best U. M. C. '-New
Club" and Worchester "New Rival '
Sheila but these, the safe and sure kind,
are the kind the hunters want.
Foley's Honey and Tar is especially
adapted for chronic throat troubles and
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all bronchial dlseaaes. Refuse
substitutes. Evans Pharmacy.
Churches at Constantinople,Turkey, and
Yokahoms, Japan, have long used tte
Longman A Martinez Faints for painting
Liberal contributions of L, A M. Faint
will be given for such purposes wherever
s church is located.
P. M. Scofield, Harris Spring*, 8. C..
writes, "I painted onr old homestead
with L. ?fe M. twenty-six years ago. Not
painted since ; looks better than housed
painted in the last four years."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Vs.,
writes, "Painted FrankenburgBlook with
TJ. ?fe M. shows bett?r than any buildings
here have ever done ; stands ont as
though varnished, and actual cost of
paint was less than $1.20 per gallon,
wears and covers like gold."
The BO celebrated Paints are sold by F.
B. Cray ton, Anderson ; T. L. Ho poer,
Bolton ; T. C. Jackson, Iva; E. 8. Hor
ton, Lowndeaville. 11-8
GrasB and Bush Blades and Snaths
will soon be in demand. Sullivan Hdw.
Co. have them at lowest pricey.
Roa intered Berkshire Stock Hog. He
i H the finest In the country. Services, ?2
cash. Oakland Poultry Yard, Ander
son, S. C. 13-4
A euaranteotl cure for nore head chink
[ ens at Cray ton's Drug Storp. 11 - I'M.
WAV IS <fc DA > I F.I. SIKH'. ?TORE,
P.wt OiUce Block, A oder SOD.)-"Pretil'
Hst Shoo Store io the sta'e " Queen
Quality and Imperial; Walk-Overs and
MONEY TO LOAN for homo clients
on easy terms.
H Itu peon ?fc Hood, Attorneys.
1 HE NATION looks to New York ss
leader in things photographic, in carbon,
in platinum. In matt finlnh and al) fanny
lighting*. Thc ?ALL tGBBR STUDIO
sent to the leading Photographie College
nf U. S. for a man familiar with all these.
He has arrived and is now io charge.
A large stock of Tin and Grey Enam
eled Ware. Stove Ware, &c, ls carrie 5 by
Sullivan Hdw. Co , who would be plboted
to supply you with what vou want in
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap- j
ply to B. F. Martie, Attorney-at-Law.
Everything needed in the way of re
pairs by the man who runs machinery is
carried"by Sullivan Ildw. Co. Mall or
ders receive prompt attention ct their
Cured Fifty Headaches
In one day wbilo distributing free sam
ples ot Nervalgine, and will cure live
hundred if I can lind that many sufler
! ors. You ruo no risk, for lt is harmless,
and it tines tbe work in live to ten min
utes. Four dotes 10c. Sold by all drug
RESPONSIBLE FOR NINETY-FIVE
PER GENT. OF ALL DI8EA8E8
"Seven Barks" Cures or No Pay
Tho cause of nearly every disease cnn
be directly truced to clogged and inac
tive stomachs, livers or intestines. Bil
iousness, Indigestion, Gout, Rheuma
tism, Headaches, Insomnia, Kidney and
Bladder troubles, and all Liver Com
plaints, emanate from one of the diges
tive or drainage organs. These organs
must be kept constantly in action to In
sure uninterrupted good health, and
there is no remedy or corrective, 80
harmless and BO certain aa "Seven
There ls no ailment originating from
any of the organs of the digestive and
drainage system, but what will readily
succumb to the use of "Seven Barks"
n purely vegetable preparation, put up
on a noted German physician's original
formula. It is not n patent medicine.
If any one with stomach, liver or kid
ney troubles will call nt our store and
get a bottle of "Seven Barks," take as
, directed-and if all the benefit one
' should expect is not derived, no charge
will be made. We are not taking
chances In making this offer, for we
know the character of the remedy and
we arc satisfied it will do all that ls
claimed for it.
EV Aft S PHARMACY.
POSITIVE FACTS !
MOST EMPHATICALLY STATED.
ECONOMICALLY INCLINED PURCHASERS
Will see at a glance aftex examining our
IMMENSE and VABIED STOCK OF
That a saving of from 25 to 50 per
cent is in store for them in any of our
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits,
wi An' an d Children's
GOATS and REEFERS,
I _ ? ' .. ...
In all coiors, grades and prices, from 49c up.
To suit the rich and the poor,
The eli and the young,
The miser and the spendthrift,
The liberal and the croaker.
All are invited to come and trade with
North Sido Court Square,
Two Doors East of Farmers and Merchants Bank,
Recorded in September
In the history *>f oar business,
Increase in every Department?
We ask our friends to help make
October the largest also.
Good, Reliable Dry Goods!
Handsome, Stylish Millinery,
Good Wearing Shoes,
Splendid Line of Clothing,
And Gents' Furnishings.
We are giving1 f?ll valus for your mousy.
That is the cause of our increase.
CF. JONES CO.
For Men, Women and Children.
Yes, in Abundance.
Ou- buyers are home, and we can conscientiously say
they have bought one of the largest and most ap-to-datd
Stock of Merchandise ever brought to our city. Now, for
Pine Dress Goods,
We will state that no one in TJppes? South Carolina can touch,
us on prices. They are in reach of ail.
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Dress Goods an d Millinery?
Bight styles, and, best of all, the EIGHT PRICES.
We haye the leading shades to show oar friends and GUS*
toniers. You will dc well to inspect Lessor's Goods before
you maka your purchase, aa we certainly will give you right
prices. i?o competitor can touch us in quality and prices. ,
Come to our Big Store and see the beautiful styles in all
departments. We hope to be honored vs ith a call from you
at an early dato. Yours for trade,
P. 8.-We have some beautiful Premiums In stock for
your inspection. Come and eeo for yourself. I