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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, HMM
Hie Courttv fairr
'ike county fair closed Thursday af
i*r continuing three day?. Ita was a
?iU?iSSfl and the stockholders will como
-xiii iiitlc ahead financially, lt? suc
eee ia all the more gratifying in view
of ?Iva Cact that tho time for preparation
vras ?9 ehort and that tho farmers gen
-^rftily found it inconvenient to attend
on account of tho busy season, Tho
i'air will ho repeated next year on a
larger scale, and the capital stock of
ibo association will probably be
J/any splendid specimens of horses,
..atti?' an?! poultry were on exhibit,
the Woodburn Stock faun of Pendle
ton having a large number on exhibi
tion. Hut tlx- principal feature of the
.air wan the daily races, which always
attracted good crowds.
Growing out of the laira moveniont
.vas stuned to have a county exhibit at
the State fair the last of this month,
jut the matter has been abandoned un
til next year. The time is too abort to
-prepare a suitable and representative
lianlay of the county's resources.
lion. K. J. Watson, of Columbia,
commissioner of immigration, was
present on Wednesday and delivered
?m instructivo address on the workings
of his department. <>n Thursday Dr.
J. li. Huunicut. editor of the Southern
'Cultivator, spoke on matters of agri
.Kel ow given a complete list of tho
premiums awarded at the fair:
Best three year old stallion. First,
Highland, owned by .J. M. Wood;
-iroad, Diamond Dee, N. It. Ci reen.
'Host two year old stallion. Lambert,
Woodburn Stock Farm.
Best standard bred stallion, one year
. jld. Jeweler, J. D. McElroy.
Best filly., two years and over,
f/rancee Woodburn, Woodburn Stock
'Best mare and colt. Woodburn
. >Best stallion and four sired by bim.
[Diamond Dee, N. R. Green.
Light draft, best two year old stal
lion. First, Howdy, L. L, (jailbird;
second, ^-'oodburu Stock Farm.
Beet three year old stallion crover,
r^affy, E. K. Mclvbr, of Darlington.
Best one year old over. First.
Wade, J. It. Bailey; second, Reliance,
. <J. Bur lis.
Best coll under one ye?r. First, K.
W. limn mond; second, Sam, Murray
Best gelding, two years and over.
First, L. C. Stewart; second, Wood
burn Stock Farm.
Best brood mare and colt. First,
Marion Smith; second, J. It. Bailey.
Best lilly, two years and over. First,
W. Q. Hani mond; second, Fred G.
Best filly, one year old and over.
First, II. \\ . Hammond; second, Louis
Best tilly, under ono yenr. First,
Marion Smith, second, Thomas Eskew.
Best matchtd gelding. Messrs. G ruy
sand Li gun.
Best pair mares. Woodburn Stock
Best pair of each sex. Marchant &
.2iurgess, Greers, S. C.
Best ningle harness gelding. First,
'.L. C. Stewart of Greenville; second,
?Frank Burgess of Greers.
Best single harness mare. First, Mr.
Marchant of Greers; second, J. D. Mc?
r-?lroy. ..4? -~ -[- --_ ^
Bes? saddle horse or mare. First, M.
T. Burris?; second, L. L. Gaillard.
Best single harness stallion. First,
Highland Gold, J. M. Wood; second,
'Diamond Dee, N. R. tireen,
Best ningle harness gelding. Buggy
?donated by Fretwell Hanks company,
.ivo? by Dr. J. L. Gray; second, Frank
Best pair of mules. First prize, one
ton fertilizers ai ven by Anderson
Phosphate ?nd Oil Company, won by
J. B. Ashley, of Monea Path; second, J.
B. Ashley. Honra Path.
Beat mare aud mule colt. First, A.
F. Smith; second, lt. R. Milum. |
Best Durham Bull. Tempest, W. A. i
?Erwin, of Honea Path.
Best red pole bull. First, F. E.
Watkins; second, Mr. Cromer.
Best jersey cow. First, Woodburn
'Stock tarra; second, Ii. E. Burriss.
Beat jersey heifer, one year old.
?First, Woodburn Stock Farm, second,
H. E. Burriss.
Best jersey heifer, one year old.
IFirst, Woodburn Stock Farm; second,
SI. E. Burris?.
Best jersey bull, two years old.
? Woodburn Stock Farm.
.Beat.?ersey cow. two to three years.
Woodburn Stock Farm.
iBest thoroughbred cow, giving most
?.milk in 3-1 houri}. First, Woodburn
'Stock Farm; second, Woodhilln Stock
Best Ber kihi ie boar. Woodburn
, Stock Farm.
Beat Berkshire sow. First, Wood
burn Stock Flinn; second, O. W.
Beet Berkshiie Imar, nuder one year
old. First, U. VV. Cusen ic Son of
Soptus; second, Oakland Poultry
Best pair Rei k ?hire pigs. Wood
burn Stock Farm.
Best pen biintams. O. B. VanWyck.
Beat peu Plymouth Rocka. First, C.
O. Burriss; second, K. C, Frierson;
special mention, C. O. Burriss and
Percy Cra> ton
Beet pf? White Plymouth Rocks.
Mrs. G. B ThiMiipMwi,
/jfcst ptu Gold u Wyaudottes. J. L.
. ' Jolly..
Beet ftudian Hum?* First, J. L.
. Jolly; seotn tl. .J. L. Jolly.
Best fwulPu Gauu s ' Langdon Fief
The ladieC j'iir.es were won as fol
liles/ .Ia?4y l?der. Firar, Mis. Jas.
Rest single ?iiii r.?-.-f< h .'irse in mam
driven hy ?adv First, Mrs. W. W.
Ul illili, ? '? ?/i i : second, .Miss \ ina I 'at .
i ick. Andel .son.
Hie Cily Schools.
I'rol. Thoa. C. Walton, Superinten
dent of tiie City Gradell Schools, baa
I kindly furnished UH with tin? following
I statement of the enrollment in the city
I schools at tho end ot' thu first mouth of
i thiH scholastic year:
High School.-Thia year 161, last
! year 142; increase 10.
Grammar .School No. 1.-Thia year
i -iii); laBt year '.vyy, increase 84.
Grammar School No. ii.-This ye^r
I 'JUC.; last year 294; increase 2.
(iranimar School No ?,-This ?'ear
107; last year 101; increase 0.
Grammar School No. 4.-Thia year
205; last year 281; increase 14.
The total enrollment for UHW Ol was
I 1?S0. For this year it ?ill reach 1000,
j for the reason that Gnunmor Schools
, Nos. ii anil I ?Io not get their lull eli
i i oilmen t for several months,
i This is a fine showing, ami Anderson
] has just cause lo he proud ol her excel
lent s< ho ds.
looking l or Homes.
The Anderson Chamber ot Com
merce has received th?; following let
ter from Immigration Commissioner
"Columbia, Oct. 8.-We have a num
ber 'of men coining over from Scot
land who will arrive probably about
the 12th or I .J th, whose axes range
from 22 to ?2, and whose occupations
include a salesman, a grocer, mechan
ics, II 11 lunn, plumbers, engineers, a
crane driver, farm hands and laborer?.
Can you aid us in Recuring positions
for these men in and around Ander
son, and if so for which ones and at
what wages? Your attention will bo
These immigrants aro a hue class.of
people, and if auy of our citizens do
sire them they should make it known
at once to Secretary Carpenter, of the
Chamber of Commerce or Commis
Does This Mean Anything For Anderson?
Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 0.-A
special to the News from Dalton, Ga.,
tells of a scheme which will mean a
great deal for this section of the South.
Application has been made in the
courts of Whitfield, Ga., tor the incor
poration of the Tennessee, Georgia and
South ('andina railway, with a cap
italization of $,.1000,000. The following
are tho iucorpnrutors: W. H. Funk, J.
I). Cameron, H. N. Prink and ?, J.
LlayneB. of New York City; J. A.
Jones, G. W. McAfee, E. N. Butt. Wm.
M. Wilson, J. B. McKinney and Morrell
Skinner, of Blue Ridge, Ga. The pur
pose of the company is to build a rail
road from a point in Kaban county,
Georgia, passing through Towns,
Union and Faunin counties to Duck
town, in Tennessee; thenc via Ver
nen's station, in Whitfield county,
Georgia; llinggold, in Catoosa county,
Georgia, and through Walker county
Georgia, to Chattanooga.
This road will extend across the
northern portion of the Stateof Georgia
for a distance of uiore than a hundred
miles. It is understood that the road
will also be extended into the State of
South Carolina, and probably to the
sea. The road will be the means of
developing n section where there are
few railroads, including the Dticktown
district, which ia rich in copper and
iron ores. The principal office of tho
company will be in Blue Ridge, Ga.
Special to the Augusta Chronicle.
The State Superintendent of Educa
tion is preparing a programme for Ar
bor dav for the schools of the State.
Arbor day is observed in South Caro
lina on tho third Friday in November,
and on that day the school pupils plant
shrubs, plants and trees in order that
their minds may be improssed with the
value of such things. In a few days
we will issue au address to the County
Superintendents of Education, calling
upon them to observe the day as far as
?inasible as provided foi in the school
aw, and we hope every school in An
derson County will observe it.
Sect iou 1212 of the code has the fol
lowing reference to the observance of
arbor day in this State: "Tho free pub
lic schools of this state shall observe
the third Friday in November of each
year as arbor day, and on thnt day the
school ofticern and teachers shall con
duct such exercises and engage in the
plautmg of such shrubs, plants and
trees us will impress on the minds of
the pupils the proper value and appre
ciation to be placed ou Howers, orna
mental shrubbery and shade trios."
Mrs. Ada Pruitt Carter, daughter of
Mr. F.. C. Pruitt, died nt the home of
her father in McRae, Ga., Sept. 22,
1004. aged 2? years.
She was married to Mr. Carter a few
months ago and they were preparing
to go to Florida to live when she was
tuleen sick and lived only two days,
lier many friends in this county, where
she spent her childhood, will regret to
hear of her death and will sympathize
with her family in their bereavement.
She has entered into rest. A. E. E.
Tho Abbeville County Singing Con
vention will meet with Bell's church
Oct,. 2?nd at 10 a. m. By order of the
John G. Smith, Secretary.
ly its combined therapeutic action
upon the blood and the mucous
membrane. Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur positively and surely
. / Catarrh is a constitutional dis-.%
fl case, and local treatment alone*"
/' will not cure it. Sulphur is the
' greatest germicide known, and a
.udder. Ita value lias been recog
i\ for age 3, but all its curative effects
never obtainable till the discovery
acock'a Liquid Sulphur. So posi
? its action that we guarantee it to
Catarrh, Eczema, Acne, Itch, Dan
Ringworm ,Prickly Heat, Dipbthe
ore Mouth and Throat, Granulated
ds, and all diseases of the Scalp.
?COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR OINTMENT,
red especially tor Duras. Beal Os, Open
Chafed Parts/ Uaw BurfaeM, Bolla,
Roughness of :Faco and Uanda, and
In Diseases. 1
all i^Me drat sut ?. Vf rite for freo becki*
m UM curativo and toilet OM of ?alphor.
iNCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR CO*
'i ii'- mw gladed h.ml building is
nearing completion anti is an orna
ment io <?nt town. Prof. Montgomery
ami his asM.-tants air occupying the
old Female College building until tho
new building ia ready tor occupancy.
Mis? Mainer, from Marlboro, lia?
charge ot tbe music department. A
new pia;io ha? recently been purchased
and a good music class has linen form
ed. Miss Hertha J). Anderson will
have charge of tim art department and
begin? work next week.
Vaughan & Co., of Helton, have the
contract for erecting the new Haptist
Church ami be^an work two or three
weeks af?<?. The Church front? Main
street almost opposite the Matthew?
house. It is ?inp.-ii the building will
be completed by Thanksgiving Day.
A !?'??lim?ry store ha? been opened
by Mrs. I*. 8. Owens at Marchbatika &
Hush's old stand.
Hailey Austin, who has been quite
ill all tho summer, is improving slowly.
Mrs. O. L. Martin and sons have re
turned from au extended visit to rela -
lives at Mis. Martin's old home. X.
? - *M ? rn* - -
I:\cursion to The World's Fair.
The Southern Hail way will operate a
persona! conducted excursion to St.
Louis (World's Fair). Special train
consisting of coaches and Pullman cara
will leave Columbia, S. C., Tuesday,
October 18th, 1M04, at 7 o'clock a, m.,
ami arrive in St. ?JOII?S 4:50 p. m., next
day, going via Newberry. Greenwood,
Anderson, Atlantu and Chattanooga.
This train will bo in charge of our
most-polite and experienced Passenger
Agents, who will look especially after
ladies and children traveling alone.
This train will be a solid through train
and, upon application in advance, we
will reserve for each passenger ono
whole seat, also accommodations and
board will be engaged in St. Louis, by
giving notice in advance, as to what
rate desired, length ot' stay in St.
For full information as to rates,
schedules, etc., apply te K. W. Hunt,
Division Passenger Agent. Charleston,
* When you want a Gun vou should not
fill to oall on dui ivan Hdw. Co. This
ti rm baa bought moro than tl vo times aa
many (Juna as during any former year
and aaa ?how you aline from wblch you
can get j ant wbut you want. Anyone can
afford to buy a (Jun at tbe low prices at
wbioh tbey are selling them.
WANTEU-Lsdy or gentleman of fair
education to travel for a tir ni of $250,000
capital. Malary $1.072 per year and ex
penses, paid we*?klv. Address M. Perci
val, Auderson, S. C.
Tbe Sullivan Hardware Co. are having
a gr., t run on s to voa. They have just
reoelved their third full car load of these
gooda this Fall. People are rapidly learn
ing that this reliable firm sells Stoves
that will give more beat and burn less
rue! than any others on the market. The
quality and the price of these Stoves
tauet be right, otherwise they would not
sell HO readily.
Never Ask Advice.
When you have a cough or cold don't
a?k wbut lu good for it and get some
medic ne with little r>r no merit and per
haps dangerous. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar, tbe greatest throat and lung
remedy, it cures coughs and ooldB quick
ly. H..Ul by Evans Pnarmacy.
DAVIS & DANIEL 61IOE STORE,
( Puat Olliee Block, Anderson.)-"Pretti
? st Shoe Store in the State." Seen our
big New ?tock? Kvery body welcome.
A full and-complete line of Household
and Kitchen Hat d ware bas beea added to
tbe inauy other departments already car
ried by Sullivan Hardware Co. This
stock comprise? ali of the "household
economies" that cost ?o little and are
worth so muob. Thia firm would like to
have all of the ladles call and see the
many good things they have in this
MONEY TO LOAN for home olienta
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
Can you shave yoaraelf, or do you cut
yourself wt]on shaving? If si you
.mould have one of Sullivan Hdw. Co's.
Safety Razors. They are unconditionally
warranted to do just what they represent.
Great numbers of them are being sold
and every one using them ls highly
Heating Stoves of all kinds are carried
by Sullivan Hdw. Co. If you are In
terested call on them and you can see the
most complete Une ever brought to An
Letter to L. G. HoHeman.
Anderson, ti. V.
Dear Sir: Your bnslneas is, when a
house burns down, to give the owner
some money to build a new one. lt ts a
good i>uninu**. Queer that the world got
on ?o long without it.
We paint the one that burnt down and
the new one too. What ia better, we
paint the houses that don't burn down.
You Insure the houses that burn ; we
insure the house? that don't. Yon have
the ashes and smoke ; all the houses are
We paint lead-and zinc ; Devoe. We
noll the paint to painters ; we don't
Lead-and-oll ls tho old fashion paint
ihmn ia sino ground In with lead and
linseed oil : the best paint ta the world :
and the cheapest, because lt takes fewer
gallons than mlxe<t paints and it wears
twice as long as lead-and-oll. Nobody
wants poor paint ; there's lots of lt,
though, In the world. .
A. M. Griffin, Plainfield, N. J , writes :
"Mr. Aaron Higgins, of Plainfield,
always used 15 gallnnn of mixed paint for
his nous?. Last Spring he bought 15
gallons nf Devoe and had 4 gallons left."
P. W. DRVOB & Co.
P. s.-W. L. Brlasey aells our paint.
We have never advertised in terms ol
wild exaggeration. The good name and
are well deserved, for it ls an honest,
genuine, vegetable preparation (from
Hydrangea bark), carefully prepared
by best of chemists, strictly in accord
ance with the original formula of Dr.
Franz Gauswein, of Welsbade Ger*
many, For more than thirty yeara
"Seven Harks" has been the ideal fan*
ily remedy for the relief and cure of
and all other ailments and diseases
arising from a sluggish liver or inoper
ative digestive organs. It will teU lu
own story better than it can be do*
Buy A 50 Cent Bottle
And use according to directions. If H
docs not prove effective, your druggist
wilt give your money back and charge
Same to our account.
LYMAN BROWN, Pharmacist, N.Y. City.
j A guaranteed cure for Hore bead ciiiok- 1
ena at I'rav tori's Drug Store. j ? - I : ; t. !
j DAVIS tfc DA M ICI. SHOT. STOBK, I
? Pot" Office Block, Anuaraou_?*l*r?*tt i
! f+i Shoo Stnri? In ihn **tHUi" tineen
j (Quality aod Imperial : Walk-Overs and
Don't Make a Mistake.
Many parson* Huffer from dizziness,
headaches and backaches who treat them
selves for (stomach troubl?e ur rhouma
liam, when their dhease ia aome affec
tion of the kidneys which could be
.juiokly cured by 'Foley's Honey and
lar. Takelt in time. " Refuae substl
tutea. Hold by Evans Pharmacy.
Danger In Fall Colds.
Fall colds are liable to hang on all
winter leaving the Beoda of pneumonia,
bronchitis or consumption. Foley's
Honey and Tar enies nuicklv sud pre
vents serious results, lt in old and reli
able, tried and tested, s if o and eure, cou
talus no opiates and will not constipate.
Soid by EVSDS Pharmacy.
WANTED-A wblto man to run a
farm. Apply to Dr. W. Ii. Nardin, Jr.,
Peoples Hank Building. 15-3
Acid Mineral r*ures all skin diseaaes.
Has cured Eczema of 40 yeara standing
and is king of germicides. 8old by
"Watch the Kidneys."
"When they are affected, life is In dan
ger," says Dr. Abernethy, the great Bog?
liait physician. Foley's Kidney Cure
ma?ces sound kidney?. Sold by Evana
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forget
And Never Brought to Mind."
When vou noed anything usuallv kept
in Drugstores don't forget tbat Wilhitc
?fe W?hlte are gsnerallv open from 10 a,
m. to S p. m. L'icas Paint?, as good a;
the best and as cheap a* the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind.
knew what to db in the hour of need
His wife had such an unusual case o
(?tomach and liver trouble, physician
could not help her. He thought of nm
tried Dr. King's New Life Pilla and sb
got relief at once and was finally cured
Only 2?c, at Orr, Gray & Co's., Dru
Spent More Than $1000.
"My wife suffered from lung troubl
for fifteen years, she tried a number (
doctors and spent over f1000 without n
lief," writes W. W. Baker, of Plainview
Neb. "She became very low and lost a
hope. A friend recommended Foley
Honey and Tar and, thanks to thia grei
remedy, lt saved her life. She enjoj
better health than she has known in te
yeara." Refuse Substitutes. Slid b
A guarantaed cure for Bore head chlo]
ena at Cray ton's Drug Store. 14-13t.
A Dozen Times a Night.
''I have had kidney and bladder troi
ble for years, and it became co bad that
was (obliged to get up at least a doz<
times a Dig'...," says Mr.* Owen Dann,
Benton Ferry, W. Vs. "I never receive
any permanent benefit fi om any med
eine until I took Foley's Kidney Cm
After using two bottles, I am cured
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
A Great Sensation.
There was a bis sensation in Looa vii'
Ind., when W. H Brown of that plac
who was expected to die, had his 1!
Raved by Dr. King's New Discovery f
Consumption. He writes: "I endur
insufferable aeonies from Asthma b
your New Discovery gave me i m medir
relief and soon thereafter effected a coi
plete cure." Similar cures of Consum
tion, Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Gi
are numerous. It's tho peerless reme
for all throat and long troubles. Pr
GOe, and $1.00. Guaranteed by O
Gray & Co., Druggist. Trial bottles fr
Hobbed the O rave
A startling incident, in narrated by
John oliver, ol Philadelphia, a? follow? :
"I was in an awful condition. My skin
was almost yellow, eye* sunken, tongue
coated, paiu contiuuallv in back and
Hide*, no appetite, grjwlng weaker day
by day. Throe pbysiciuus had Riven mo
up. Then I wss advised to use Electric
Bitters; to my great joy, the first bottle
made a decided Improvement. I con
tinued tht'r use for three weeks, and am
now a weli man. I know they robbed
the grave of another victim." No one
should fall to try them. Only &U conto,
guaranteed, at Orr, Grav & Co., drug
Acid Iron Mineral cures all diseases
involving inflammation, by purifying
the blood and directly healing the irri
tated parts. Try lt on an external sore
and watch lt's magio healing. It acta In
exactly thc? same way on alt Internal in
flammations *uoh as dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Rheumatism, Kidney Disease,
Stomach and Bowel troubles. It baa no
equal to diseases peculiar to women.
Tones up the entire system. Trade
A-I-M mark on every bottle. Sold by
Druggists. Add Iron Mineral Co.,
Columbia, 8. C.
We have great Inducements to offer
you in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, etc. We will bc in our office
for the next sixty days. Buy from us
you get the mill prices. We hc.vo you
the jobbers profita. Call on us ana be
convinced. Wo are selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
dollars to lend on Land for oliente. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Cured Fifty Headaches
In one day while distributing free sam
Kies ot Nervalgine, and will cure five
undred if I can find that many suffer
ers. You run no risk, for lt is harmless,
and it does the work in five to ten min
utes. Four dotes iva, Sold by ali drag
DAVIS ?ft DANIEL SHOE STOKE,
(Post Office Block, Anderson.-"Pretti
est Shoe store in the State." Our special
boast: We keep the best Shoes to be
found on the market,
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the 8alves you ever
heard of. Buoklen's Arnica Salve is the
best. It sweeps away and cures Burns,
Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Bolls, Ulcers. Skin
Eruptions and Piles. It's only 25, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by Orr,
Gray & Co., Druggist.
Churches at Constantinople.Turkey, and
Yokaboma, Japan, have long used the
Longman ?fe Martinez Paints for painting
Liberal contributions of L. <fc M. Paint
will be given for such purposes wherever
a church ls located.
F. M. .Soofleld, Horrie Springs, 8. C..
writsa, "I painted our old' homestead
with L. & M. twenty six years sgo. Not
painted since ; lookB better than houses
painted in the last four year*."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Vs.,
writes. "Painted FrankonburgBlook with
L. A M. showa bett<>r than any buildings
here have ever done ; stands ont as
though varnished, and actual coat of
paint was less than $1.20 per gallon.
Wears and covers like gold."
These celebrated Paints are sold by F.
B. Crayton, Andmon ; T. L. Hopper,
Bolton ; T. C. Jackson, Iva; E. S. Hor
ton, Lowndesvllle. ll-8
Grass and Bush Blades and Snaths
will soon be in demend. Sullivan Hdw.
Co. have them at lowest prices.
Registered Berkshire Stock Hog. He
is the finest in the country. Services, f 2
cash. Oakland Poultry Yard, Ander
son, S. C. 13-4
GREATLY IN YOUR FAVOR.
To snit all ages,
Taste? and .,'
YOU ARE INVITED
To como in person and see for yourself whether cr not our
claims are exaggerated,
North Side boul t Square,
Two Boors East of Fanners ami Merchants Bank,
Anderson, & C.
- WE - \
Recorded in September
In the history of xmr 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 giving foll value for your money. * ',7t
That is the cause of our ino: tase.
C. F. JONES CO.
Head-to? * oot Outfitters,
For Men, Women and Children.
Yes, in Abundance.
Our buyers are home, and we can conscientiously say
they have bought one of the largest and most up-to-date
Stock of Merchandise ever brought to our city. Now, for
Fine Dress Goods,
Shoes and g
We will state that no one in Upper South Carolina uan touch
us on priest' They are in reach of all.
We lay speoial stress on our beautiful line of r
Dre?s Goods and Millinery*
Bight styles, and, best of all, the BIGHT RBICES.
We have the leading shades to show our friends and CUB?
tomers. You will do well to instant Leaser's ?nnri? hefor?
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