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MCI ?ccu Anderson
While the official announcement lias
.lot keen made, it is known hero that
:he Southorn Kailway will inaug?rate
a nevrand improved passenger net vico
letwec?i Grecnvillo and Andereon on
November 0, which will prove of the
itmo?t convenience to those tuc towns
and all intermediate pointe. The plan
..alie for a double dail> servie" to what
.6 in effect at present, the lirst train
being scheduled to leave Greenville at
ia. m., immediately aftei tho arrival
d train No. 30 from Atlanta.
The schedule, so far as is known here
vii! be as follows:
Leav? Greenville 0 a. m., arrive An
terson IO a m.
Leave Anderson a. m., arrive
in etiville !?:.Vi a. tn.
Leave Giveuvillo J: lo j?, m., ai rive
\ndetson 1:30 p. m.
Leave Anderson '? p. m., arrive
?ieenvilleO: 10 p. in.
Leave Greenville 5:30 p. m.. this
'rain at present leaving here, at K:10 p.
Tiie regular train leaving Greenville
for Columbia nt 0:40 a. m., will not bo
Then? have been many requests to
have the s:l<) p. m. train leave Green
ville ?t an earlier hour, as it would
nrovv mote convenient to tho hundreds
tl people who come ben' every week to
bop. That could not be done tor the
i*. ison that it would break the mail
.'ounce thin from tho east with No. i?7,
:;: * with the early mot tiing set vice
?Jib . .1 will deliver mail in Anderson
be iro banking hont?, the breaking of
sifaut connection will not beany hard
:njp on business men.
The 07 mail arrives in Anderson at
light, but it ba? to lio over to be work
ed up by the morning force, and tho
. ^onditionfi will bo the Ramo in the end.
Moreover, the 0 o'clock train will take
the Western mail, arriving here on No.
'Ai, which in ibo heaviest of any leach
ing here, and it will be delivered in
Anderdon four hours earlier than here
tofore. Anderson business men will
jot be put to any delay by thia new
?service, but on tho other band, they
will piofit by it.-Greenville News.
Death of Mrs. Williams.
"Mrs. Helen Williams, widow of the
'late J. L. William!*, died nt tho resi
iecce of her ?on, H. A. Williams, on
Butler avenue in this city yesterday
afternoon at I>*:lj3 o'clock. 'Ibo fune
ral services and interment will rake
place at Big Greek Church near Wil
lianiBton today. Mrs. Williams was
.71 year* of age and hail been in failing
health for several mouths. She WUH
I devoted member of the Methodist
Episcopal Church. 'I bree eons and
iour^laughters survive her, J. W. Wil
liams, of Pelzer, who is president of
the Williams Millinery Company, of
this city, E. A. Williams, of the linn
of Williams ?fc Woodside, of this city,
and L. P. Williams, of Louisville, Ky.,
Mrs. J. C. Carter, of Princeton, J/rs.
J. D. Anderson, of Anderson, Misses
Julia and Alice Williams, of this city.
Mrs. Williams had been a resident
of this city for about live years arni
previous to that time she lived at Wil
iiamston, the family home. She was
~a woman of many noble traits of char
acter which endeared her to all. Uer
death will be learned with sorrow by
-a largo circle of friends and acquaint
ances, both here and in Williamston.
(Greenville News, 2sth ult.
MIPS Christine Salona Sharp, yonug
.ast daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. K.
Sharp, on . the 25 th inst., received the
?um mona to go and be with Jesus.
-Christine was a favorite with her little
'friends and schoolmates with hei
?pleasant and modest ways. She will
be sadly missed from her place in the
-Sunday School and day school. The
'bereaved family have tho heartfelt
?.sympathy of their many friends. I >.
A. Ledbetter from And u -.on, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Byrd, from Seneca, and
MT. and Mrs. Holloman, from Wal
? thalia, were at Dr. W. K. Sharp's Wed
nesday and attended the funeral.
Orr Bruce has gone to Charleston to
attend the South Carolina Military
M?BB Mattie McCnrley is one of the
^assistants in the graded school here.
JU isa Annie B. Dalrymple, who is at
tending the Williamston Female C fl
iege, spent a few days with her mother
?lrs. Tom Dalrymple.
.Miss Janie Gaines is spending awhib>
with relatives in Belton and Hones
Mrs. MaTy McGee, of Seneca, is visit
Mg her sister, Mrs. Sarah Hunt.
Mark Babb is seriously ill with ery
sipelas on his arm.
George Bagwell, from Seneca, is
Jerking for G . E. Smith.
Sncday morning about 4 o'clock a
?house of J. A. Gaines was burned. It
.contained some IR or 20 bales of seed
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boggs have gone to
-see their daugnter, Mrs. Clyde Boggs,
who is dangerously ill in Atlanta.
Rev. Lewis preached at Pine Grove
Miss '/ila Pritchard, of Tokeena.
?pent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Calhoun Boggs. Pansy.
Brushy ?reek Items.
it is still h?t.'?rry ODA very dusty.
Our farmers are getting along rn? >ly
^fathering their cotton and some are
-gathering corn. Both crops are very
The Salmlu gin company are doing a
large bns?nf?w. They have already
.ginned mun* Hum six hundred bales.
li. li. Dilwoitli and family, of G reen
.ville, visited in our se ction Sunday.
CA. Un.tor ??pent Saturday night
and Sunday with T. L. Hicks.
Th?* Hrv. Mr. Howard, of Gtoen\ille,
nae been called to the past ora to nt
'Siloam for 100.'?.
It ia rn mt H ?ril that tho wedding bells
"?will rinn t<> our mitist in the near fu
ture. - T. F.
Colored Fair at Grcc'ey Institute.
Remember the special ladies1 day and
'.'ja,by sbow at the County Fair held at
the Greeley Institute on Thursday.
Special prizes will be given the finest
and beet babies. There will be some
cine speeches on topics of interest to
all Thursday af terooOO and night. Fix
.-ap your team to represent your occu
pation or profession and join tho big
-parade Friday at 10 o'clock. If yon
.are a blacksmith, beat iron: if a wash
woman, rab clothes; if aboot-blacu,
-shine shoes, etc. , Let's all have a
,-?OO? time. *
G. W. Hill, Manager.
/ All MuH? of Explosives are carried by
tttulllvan Hardware Go. They have inst
art ct i ? nsw Magazme io which they
h?v* ?t< jul iao'4 th un two cai* loads of
r&llah Ure u> Explosives.
Til?' lill tiM'i ,s !ije weil up with t ll4:ir: j
cotton picking, a:ul io :i lew moro days |
it will he Illing ?J thc past (or this !
year. Tho y ?ititi i< nb ?ut itu- sann* a.- ?
that <'i last your, homo nie holding j
for t< n cents, while others ?ii?- st il
Tho farmers would like to nco a good
ruin, as th? ground io vory dry tor
?owing Minali grain.
Potato digging is tin- order ol tho
day anti thu crop is vory lino.
Kev. ,1. W. Bailey, of Starr, visited
fricada in our neighborhood laut .Sun
day, and preached a very interesting
anti instructive Hermon there in tin
I). H. Harris, of Fair J'lay, visited
relative* hero last Sunday.
Miss Nellie Anderson is visiting
friends at Fair Play tins week.
Frank Anderson is attending school
at dray Court, m Laurens county.
There in nothing doing in the Magis
trate's cotirl Iheso tlays. Our people
are law abiding.
Tim many liiendsot' Olin B. Antler
son will he glatl ttl know that he has a
complimentary position with the high
school at Jesup, l?a.
Tho public schools in our township
opened yesterday. Tho school at
Providence is taught hy Minn Corrio
Longbridge, and at Ridge Sp!ing hy
Miss Lula Merritt.
C. M. Barrett, who has been teach
ing for the last twenty years is going
to rest this winter. Ho says continu
ous confinement in the school room is
telling on his health.
Communion services will ht: held at
Roberts Church next Sunday. Tho
pastor, Rev. Mr, Ljgon, will he assist
ed in the services hy Kev. Mr. Cart
.edge, of Anderson, ile will preach
Friday and Saturday.
Since writing tho above Frank Sims,
colored, hns been arrested, charged
with an assault and battery
with intent to kill. IL? slim another
colored man hy the name ot Moisis
with a Winchester lille. The shoot
ing took place near Dr. Popper's resi
dence. Tho wounded man is seriously
hurt. Preliminary hearing will be
held today ( Tuesday) before Magis
trate Anderson. X.
Program of the Colored Fair.
The oHicers of tho Colored Fair
Association have seemed tim spacious
and beautiful Fair grounds of our
white friends, just outside of the city
limits, for our exhibition which begins
today (Wednesday) and continues
through Thursdny nnd Friday. The
gates will be opened at U o'clock a. m.
each day. The stock show will take
place at 1 o'clock p. m., the horse races
at 2 o'clock p. m., the buggy driving,
single or double team, and bicycle
races at -I o'clock p. in. The display
of exhibits will boon throughout each
Seventy-live dollats will be given
away in 'premiums." Bi ing in your
exhibits and secure some of these
The following articles and sums have
been given us by our white friends to
help us in our premiums : J. u. McUee,
one set of buggy harness; H. G. John
sou & Son, one saddle and blanket;
Osborne Pearson, one overcoat;
Evana Pharmacy, one box of stock
powders; Bank ?d' Anderson, 5*t5; Peo
ples' Bank. Sj, ?. (Jeisberg, $1; W. II.
Harrison, Si; G. H. Bailes. $1; S. A.
This morning at 10 o'clock the offi
cers, stockholders and friends will lie
escorted from the city to the Fair
grounds by the colored band.
J.D. Day, Secretary.
Vindicating Mr. R. W. Pruitt.
Mr. Editor: We notice that a truo
bill has been found in the Federal
Court at Greenville, S. C., against
Messrs. J. W. Neel, Forrest Pruitt
and R. W. Pruitt for peonage. Thia
being the case, wo wish to say a word
in favor of Mr. R. W. Pruitt, who has
alway? proven to be our friend. We
wish also to say that we deplore peon
age in an}' form, and feel very grate
ful to our Federal otlicera, Mesare.
Frierson and Cochran, for their ear
nestness and perseverance in putting
forth every energy to put a stop to tho
unlawful and horrible practice. But
if we see the facts in the case, this is
an injustice and a great wrong to Mr.
R. W. Pruitt. We have known him for
more than twenty-live years. We have
all lived with him, and have had trans
actions with him, some of us for more
than twenty years, and we can truth
fully and freely say that Mr. R. W.
Pruitt i?? as freefrom peonage (slavery)
as any man in South Cnrohno, as far
F.8 we know. In fact, he is nod has
alw.n s been one of our best friends.
We have never known him to turn
away a colored person who had asked
of him a favor, let it be small or great.
We have never known him to refuse
paying any person who labored for
him at any time they wanted the money.
We have known him to employ doc
tors to wait on our people when it v>a<
impossible for him to be paid because
of their being too poor. II? never
failed to Bbc ono buried in a respect
able manner, though there was no way
opened for him to be paid,
He bas always giveu liberally, when
solicited, to build churches among us.
When one of pur race had the misfor
tune to be burned out he has always
given them financial aid. He has
a I wa VB been noted for his generosity
and kindness in loaning mules and
buggies to our people when they need
He never allowed any one to abuse
those of our people whom he employed.
Call up the reliable colored people
for witnesses to put against those who
have made testimony. When such
men ns these who have testified make
testimony-men who make debts with
tlie intention of never settling them
it throws a shadow over naas honeBt
men, and we feel called on to speak
our. We want the truth to go out is
wliy we speak .s wo have.
Henry R. Latimer, Dock West.
Nik Bet hart, Andrew M. MiU'liel,
Peter Harvey, J. C. Cartel.
Henry Vnndiver, John Scott,
Tom Finaler, Jim Hunter,
W hit Bau tone.
A Card of Thanks.
Eeltou, S. C., Oct. 20.-Mr. Editor:
We desire t? expresa through your
columns our sincere thanks to tne good
people of Belton and surrounding
community for their kindness daring
the illness of our wife and mother.
E. Smith ami Family.
lavery ?.ding wanted bv tba Sp >r*?man
ir carrido by Nu 111 VB n Hdw. Ut . Wben
yon want good gooda ai right pricer- call
Everything used la tbe kitchen yon
con get from Ballt van Hdw Co. The
lad!?? are milted t v tbeto to cali sud see
tbe tn*uy good things they have io this
DAVIS ?fe I? A Xl KI. SHOE STORE,
(Pout offley btoek, Audeison.)-"Pretll
e*t Shoe Moro In tbe e" Queen
Quality and Imperial ; WJII?-Overn and
A guaranteer) cure for nore hoad chick
en? at Craj ton'? Drug Store. 14-13t.
\\ h'-n voll .%;?.. a / oil Cook St ive ir
l?l'Ogn y ntl -.'ru .1 Certainly s. o .( ?
tiitiT/tm?til jinn . 1 ile . .. gobds"<*itrr!fd l y
S iii . an II i*-.'* .. They Hf? tho lurgtHt
I MM ;I nt :t.< goods'ii '.ijij.vr Caro
ona. They ii . extremely careful in
oe?ng nothing bul gm,,j :~ >> l?. which
they .-.it? dilly ?.':.!'. r* '.? u .! guarantee.
I hoy Hr? selling tllOMf) StOVCd ?un? HailgOH
nt quick-moving prices.
A Sure Thing.
It IH un id that nothing is mir? except
(loath and taxe?, but Hint in not allogelber
trne. Dr.' King's New Discovery lor
Consumption ?H Bnure cure tor HU lung
?od throat troubles. Thousands ?'an
teetify to thal. Mrs. C. li. Van M ?tre, of
Shophordtown, W. Ya., nay>: "I had a
no vere caae of Bronchitis ami for a ypar
tried everytlilug I heard of. but g"t no
relief. One bottle of Dr. King's New
DiHcovtry then eared me abaolutely."
II'H Infallible for Croup, Whooping
Cough, Grip, l'neum mia at:d CoiiHump
tiofl. Try it. H'H J<'"rnt'<.? ? I hy Orr,
?iray ,V Co., Druggist. Trial bottles tree.
Keg. H1/.88 .'<" !, ?I .?H>.
A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. < '<. Merrit?, of No,
Mehoonany, I'a., inado a startling test
resulting in a wonderful cure. Ile
writef, "a patient was attacked with vio
lent homniorrliageH, caused by ulcer
ation of tho stomach. I had often found
Electric Bitters excellent f??r ?"ino
Htofiiach ?nd liver troubles so I prescrlb
ed them. The patient gained from the
first, ami Ins nut had a i attack in l l
months." Electric Bittere aro positive
ly guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indigos
lion, Constipation and Kidney troubles.
Try them. Only 5U<\ at orr,'tiray it Co.
To Cure a Cough
The coughs MO prevalent thone days
usually develop before you realize what
IIHH happonod. Now the beat thing to do
in to take the most reliable cou iib eure
you can ge?. None bettor than Murray*
Horehound Mullein and Tar. It 1H mad?
of the purent. ' ng red I en ts and can be
given to infnnts an well aa grown people.
Abovo all OIHO IT CURBS. You will
lind it at all druggists. 25a a bHtlc
extra largo bottle.
Buy your Stove Pipe, Elbow*, ic.
from Sullivan Hardware Co.
An Old Time Remedy.
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar
baa in it tho purest of drugs. All of
wh i eli were used by our parentH and
grand-parent", lt is a com iii nat lon HO
pnttowether that it curena cough right
on". Nothing ia better for babies It le a
most reliable cure in all cases of coughs.
Aak your druggist for it. They all have
lt. (Jet a bottle now and have it ready.
Couts only 25n a bottle-extra large bot
ties-regular ?Oo sir.e. Keuieniber to aak
for ' M ur ray ii ' and take no other.
Made Young Again.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pilla
each night for two weekB han put me in
my 'teena' again" writes D. H. Turner,
of Dempsey town, Pa. They're the beBt
in tho world for Diver, Stomach and
(towels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe.
Only 25c. at Orr, Oray & Co,
A guar&ntaed cure for Hore head chick
ens at Cray ton's Drug Store. 14-13t.
We have great Inducements to offer
you In Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, etc. We will bo in our ellice
for the next nix ty days. Buy from UB
you get the mill prices. We save you
tho Jobbins profits. Call on us and be
oon'vinced. We are Helling the largest
and closest buyers in the oountrv.
WEBB A CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agenta
We will pay 40 .enta per hundred for
wheat or oat straw-lr delivered in :$0
day H. Anderson Mattress Factory.
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
dollars to lend ou Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martie, Attorney-at-Law.
Cured Fifty Headaches
In one day while distributing free sam
ples ol NervalgiDe, and will cure live
hundred if I can find that many Buffer
ers. You run no risk, for It is harmless,
and it doe? the work in five to ten min
utes. Four do&es 10c. Sold by all drug
DAVIS it DANIEL SHOE STOKE,
(PoBtOi?lce Block, Anderson.-"Pretti
est Shoe ?tore in the State." Our special
boast: We keep the beet Shoes to be
found on the market.
When you want a Gun vou should not
fall to oall on Sullivan Hdw. Co. This
firm hns bought more than five times SB
many Guns as during any former year
and can show you a Hoe from which yon
can get j ust what you want. Anyone can
afford to buy a Gun at the low prices at
whiob they are selling them.
The Sullivan Hardware Co. are having
a great run on Stoves. They have jost
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 heat and burn lesa
fuel than any otherB on the market. The
quality and the price of these Stoves
m mst be right, otherwise they would not
sell au readily.
Never Ask Advice.
When you have a cough or cold don't'
ask what ls good for it and get some
medlo ne with little or no merit and per
haps dangerous. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar, the greatest throat and lung
remedy, lt cures cou gbB and ooldR quick
ly. Suki by Evans Pharmacy.
A full and complete line of Honsehold
and Kitchen Hardware has been added to
the many other departments already car
ried by Sullivan Hardware Co. This
stock comprises all-of the "household
?conomies" that cost PO little and are
worth so much. This firm would Uko to
have all of the ladles call and see the
many good things they have in this
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terms.
Simpson it Hood, Attorneys.
Can you Bhave yourself, or do you out
yourself when shaving? If S3 you
should have one of Sullivan Hdw. Co's.
Safety Razors. They are unconditionally
warranted to do just what they represent.
Great numbera of them are being sold
and every one using them is highly
DAVIS & DANIEL SHOE STORE,
(Post?nico Block, Anderson.)-"Pretti
?.Ht Shoe Kror? In the State." Seen our
big New Stock? Everybody welcome.
A Dozen Times a Night.
*'I have had kidney and bladder trou
ble for years, and lt became so bad that I
was obliged to get up at least a dozen
times a night," Hayn Mr. Owen Dunn, of
Benton Ferry, W. Va. "I nevor received
auy permanout benefit f?om any med!
cine until I took Foley's Kidney Cure.
After utting two bot tbs, I am cured."
Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Letter to W. F. Daniel.
Anderson, S. V.
Dear 81 r : Wonld you rather have your
customers speak of your shoes as wear
ing well, as not running down at the
heel, aa turning water, and taking a
shine ; or wag their heads and say noth
We'd rather have oura, at long inter?
vals, aay : "We want some more paint,
and we want Dovoo." 'We know ll isn't
tn haman nature to paint very often ;
wa don't expaet them to oom? very often ;
don't wan? 'em to. AU we want U to
Sint what they have to paint, whenever
ey paint ifc ; the longer the time, thc
surer they are to oom? book. There's
bnalneea enough In the world ; there are
houses enough to paint ; lek 'em take
If we were a shoemaker, we'd make
shoes to last half a lifetime, and ?hoe the
#F. W. IiBVOB A Co.
P. 8.-W. L. Briasey sella oar paint.
COMPLEXION A POSSESSION.
'.-A i i of Iliticock's Li'juid Sulphur I
Secure u Ki: Advantage. |
A clear, fair, brilliant complexi?n is a 'j
leraomd charm ol bighont hocial or buai- ! ?
n-uti value. ,
1'rotracied aun-ox pc sura and tho ?
noioko-laden air of eitle? alike ?re pre- |
juiltclul toa duo complexion.
The modern remedy, Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur, enlivoriH tho iacial ?kin, ren- j
dors it activo in di.???.ardlui: all waste
material, imparts and preserves to the |
i:ouuteuancH itu natural blend of ruddl- |
neaa and White-the standard o? koathful
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur eurea diph
theria, eczema and a largo clasa of preva
lent d (sordera, as noted in freo booklet
mailed on rcqueat by J1 unhook I. ii ju id
Sulphur Co., baltimore, Md.
Would you Uko to know the Recrot of !
th? wonderful euros effected by Nature's
areal remedy Acid I rou Minora?? The !
explanation is a Himple one. It ia king;
of all inlldinmation, Put it on a hore
and ina few hour? tho inti immathm ia
gone. Put it on a bleeding wound and
it stops the How of blood and quickly
euros the wound. Put it on any Kind of
an abrasion, wound, tut or ether in
dam mutton of tho body aud the result ia
always tho name-inllammatiou driven
out and a quick cure. Now do you not
know that nine tenths of all di?ease is
of an inilatntnatory charactei? Tho In
flam mudon io inernal and HO beyond
your vision. NeverlheloHS it is there.
And Hinco A. I. M. will cure inflamma
tion quickly on an external Hore, it will
do precisely the Hame work internally
where L?den from view.
Tbe poor raw stomach of the dyspeptic
is cured j nut aa rapidly as a out would ba
cured on hi? band. Tho ulcerated throat,
or in dimed bowels of a person sillicted
with diseases ot the throat, or with pilot-,
etc., are just aa ameudable to A-I-M. as if
they were external and could be cured
before tho eye.
Trade A-I-M mark on every bottle.
Sold by druggists.
Acid Iron Mineral Co.,
Columbia, ti. C.
It ia not necessary to freeze when you
can buy Heating Stoves at the low prioes
at which Sullivan Hdw. Co. oro selling
Danger In Fall Colds.
Fall colds aro liable to hang on all
winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia,
bronchitis or consumption. Foley's
Honey and Tar cuies quickly and pre
vents serious resolta, lt is old and reli
able, tried and tested, safe and miro, con
tains no opiates and will not constipate.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
"Watch the Kidneys."
"When they are affected, life is In dan
ger," says Dr. Abernethy, tbe great Eng
lish physician. Foley's Kidney Cure
manea sound kidney?. Sold by Evans
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything nsuallv kept'
in Drugstores don't forges that W?hlte
& Wllhlte are generally open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paints, as good aa
the best and as odeap as the obeapsst, al
ways on hand.
Spent More Than $1000.
"My wife HU fibred from lung trouble
for fifteen years, ahe tried a number of
doctors and spent over $1000 without re
lief," writes W. W. Baker, of Plainview.
Neb. "She became very low and lost all
hope. A fr lo jd recommended Foley's
Honey and Tar and. thanks to this great
remedy, lt saved ber life. She enjoys
better health than she has known in ten
years." Refuse Bubatltutea. Sold by
Don't Make a Mistake.
Mtnv persons soiP-r ir.'Oi dizziness,
lead renes and backaches v? bo tresi them
clvos for stomach troubles or rhemua
..sm, when their di? ease is some nlfee?
lon of tho kldn*??? whieh could be
I u lek ly cured by Foley's Honey and
lar. 'i ul;o it in time. Keluso substi
ute?. Sold by Evan?. 1'bar macy.
I3 not a new, untried remedy. It
has been on the American market
for more than 30 years. It is the
most, popular household remedy
known. Why? Because it is gen
uine, honest, powerful, thorough,
harmless, quick in action and case
to take-the doses are very small.
Mrs. Mary J. DeCross, of New York
City, in a voluntary letter to Mr.
Lyman Brown says :
" For years I have been a chronic dys
peptic. Have taken more lc inds of medicine
than 1 can remember, but Seven Barles has
proven to be the best. The relief it gives
me is speedy and certain. I feel bright and
well after its use, thc e?ect is so geed."
We have thousands of equally as
SPFfl Al H you sutler from headaches,
nrprtt kidney or liver troubles, bil
tur S tt\. iousncss, dyspepsia or any of
the kindred ailments, buy a 50 cent bottle of
Seven Barks and try it. If the result is not
entirely satisfactory lake the bottle back
and Ret your money. The druggist will
cheerfully refund h.
LYMAN BROWN. New York City.
WILL YOU BE ONE?
There are about seven million peo
ple in the U. S. who have savings ac
counts. These accounts show, an av-,
erage ot $400 each ; seventy. out of
every hundred persons starting Bavinge
accounts with one dollar keep them
going, and in a short time have cove
eral hundred dollars. If you will
open an account with the Saving De
partment of the Bank of Anderson
there are seventy chances out of a
hundred of your sooner or later hav
ing the average.
THE BANK QF ANDERSON,
The oldest and strongest Bank in the
There's a Snap and Finish
NOT FOUND IN OTH?R LINES.
All the success of a Snit of Clothes depends on the Fit.
Fit stands for comfort, for health, for shapeliness, for
All these points have been well brought ont in Kuppen
heimer's line of Snits and Overcoats for Fall and Winter.
We invite your inspection of these garments.
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REESE & BOLT,
S ole! Agents Hawes $3.00 Stats,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers*
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juin mc i
Men, Women and Children,
THAT ARE DAILY MAKING THEIR
C. F. Jones Go.,
The Big Store where they are being
fitted np in Good, Reliable
Oar sales were larger in October than any October in oar
Must make November a record-breaker also.
We are adding daily to our Stock all the Newest and
Latest things that are coming out.
We extend to all an invitation to come to see us.
C. F. JONES CO.
For Men, Women and Children.
Yes, in Abundance.
Oar buyers aro 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
Pine Dress Goods,
We will state that no one in Upper South Carolina can touch
us on prices. They are in roach of all.
We lay special stress on our beautiful line of
Dress Goods and MUUn?ryf
Bight styles, and, best of all, the BIGHT PRICES.
We have the leading shades to show our friends and ons?
tomes s. You will do well to inspect Lessor's Goods before
you make your purchase, as we certainly Will give you right
prices, Mo 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 with a call from you
at an early date. ' Yours for trade,
P. 8.-We have some beautiful Premium* in stock for
your inspection. ?ome and see for yourself.