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gWtiU.NESDAY, NOV. Hi, !'.?.> 1'.
Death of a Good "dan.
Died, at bia home in thin County, in
U u?hy Crook Township, at 7 o'clock p.
:u. on Sunday, tho 13tb inst., from
heart failure, resulting from an attach
of indigestion, J. Marshall Webb, in
?lia sicty-eovonth yei.r.
lie yfjsfi boru near Doo Weht, in this
Stat*. At the beginning of tho war
between, tho States, he enlisted in tho
Palmetto Klflcmen from this city, und
in the r?organisation joined Company
C, of tile Palmetto Sharp-shooters,
commanded by the late W. W. Hutu
[ihreys, serving therein during thu re
mainder of the war and surrendering
Karly alter tho war Mr. Webb mar
vied Miss Lou (jallaham, daughter of
the lute William Callahan), und settled
in the Mt. Pisgah neighborhood, where
he resided until Ins death. Hojoined
*Ans Mt. Pisgah Baptist Chinch moro
that: a quarter of a century ng<>, und
lias been a faithful und consistent
member since. Truly, it con bo unid
ot him that as a soldier, on all occas
iona, ho acquitted himself with honor
to himself and to his command.
Ja war and in peace, in church ns a
member and Christian, in thu com
munity UH neighbor and citizen, in thu
homo an husband and father, he dis
sbaeged tho trusts con titled to him, in
such wanner, giving '? ihoao knowing
md associating with him, tho privilege
inti pleasure of Haying ol him, "well
done 71 lits church, family ami neigh:
?boes believe that ere this the M aa ter
'hua rail to him the cheering words,
"VTiie ^irave soldier, the model Chris
tian ci ticen well done, take thy rest."
?Mr. Webb left surviving- him his
.Tvtdew .and ?vo daughters, J/rs. Sa
.-marrtbr. Heaton, living near Five
'.r'orka. MTS. W. D. Spearman, ol' Pied
mont, ?nd Misses Emmie. Ida and Min
nie, the latter o? whom is in school in
.Atter a. ><ift.
'ilia 'reman?s were laid to rest
-..it'J o'clock p. tu. on J/onday in the
Mt. Mispah cemetery, beside tho re
'luinu o', ?lia (ive children, all of whom
died quite young. Appmpriute funeral
services were conducted hy the Kev.
T>. We?tou H lott, assisted by tho Kev.
Mr. ttnrriss, in the presence of a largo
concourse of relatives and sympathis
tailierins of Ute McFall Clan.
On n-xt Saturday, Ililli uiht., there
Mil I??* a fathering of the McFall fafn
ir at Neal's Creek Church rt? noe tho
..owly erected monument over the
?..raWM of their ancestors, John and
Mary McFall. They aro tho hoad of
?tho facti i ly in South Carolina. John
McFall was boin at Urug's Head,
County Antrim, Ireland He had a
.difference with his ste. -mother and
can away, coming to Charleston, S. C.,
'u 178J when about I<> years old.
He. went into business a.id amassed a
fortune. Ho bought, a large number of
slaves and a largo tract of hind in tho
vicinity of Neal's Creek mid lived then
inti1 he died. lie married Mary Nor
ris, ?iud raised three children. John,
Andrew and Samuel, ami it is their
children, grand children and great
graml-children who will meet ou Sat
John Mc Kuli was a proud, rather
haughty mau, generous ami hospit
able, arid always dressed immaculate
sly in i." nee pants, silver buckles, silk
-stockings and frilled shirl. He wus
very proud of his ancestry, and eaid it
dated back to Mary Queen of Scots,
lier family having moved from Scot
load to Ireland.
Many prominentmen and fair women
?have descended from the grand old
couple and are scattered throughout
ttiis country. The following are some
of the descendants: Kev. W. G. Ne
ville, D. D., recently elected President
of the Presbvterian College at Clinton;
W. T. McFall, mayor an dmerchant of
?Ptckens; John M. Hubbard, popular
(business man and Jeweler of this city;
J. Swilling McFall, an energetic, soo
'oeesfat farmer of this connty who this
'year made one hundred bales of cotton;
'M. TThom p. H re a zeal e, a banker of Mt.
?Olive, N. C.; J. Clarence McFall, a
tfeadrog druggist of Danville, Va.;
Frank Bell McFall, a brainy pharma
'2?aU who won two gold medals when
(ha graduated in Baltimore; John M.
McFall, an honor graduate of the
?Charleston College last June; Wilton
-ami Prod. Auld, of Elberton, Ga.; John
S. McFall, of Tampa, Fla., and Sam'l.
-Johnson, of Little Mountain, S. C.
The exercises next Saturday will be
Agin. about 12 o'clock, and it is proposed
i-to* ira ve a basket picnic. All the friends
-ofXxte family are cordially invited to
To Develop Road From Atlanta to Ander
^^Gainesville, Ga., Nov. H.-G. O.
Htheridge, a well-known representa
tive of New York capitalists, who has
.had much experience in developing
.electric railways, waB in Jefferson yes:
terday in the interests of the proposed
electric line from Anderaon, S. C., to
Atlanta. He says that the proposed
Hine, passing through one of the richest
agricultural flections of this State, and
?Connecting the South Ca: ol i un country
with Atlanta and touching a number of
stlouriabing Georgia towns, will provo a
?fine paying enterprise.
The company will in all probability
oe organized within the next few days,
and it is stated that the work will be
.completed within the next 18 mouths.
VTheline proposes to run a through
} pasaaneer and freight trafile and to
i hav-^care with a speed capacity of 75
?niles an honr. The line will pass
through the extreme southern portion
. of the country, by Thompson's Mills
.and -Xiuoiiri. ?It will likoly run via
"Gocrmiei ce, Jrffereon, Hoschton and
?.When the railroad is completed to
*'?ieTnn?tes mines it is confidently pre
? dieted that the supply of sulphur there
1 obtainable, being in easy reach of
Vji?AnrAvillt? and Gainesville in easv
seacli tif ?the?world by rail, that fertil
izer factor'e* wall be established here.
The Smith-Thomas Company baa an
ticipated These things and has estab
lished bore a fertilizer mixing plant.
The materials for the high-grade fer
tilisers are bought in bulk-the purest,
strongest and best obtainable. They
?re mixed hero by an expert guano
'manufacturer. This saves the con
'.swvtr ?%o?a t ?2or$3on every ton of
\fea?a-fgrade fertiliser he buys, besides
having ti? advenfa*?? of ordering
&$eci?l combinations for special crops
.ar flor -special land needs.-Spectni
.jjiapatdh to Tho Atlanta Journal.
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#B? fare. Flus 25 cent*, ts Charleston. S.
C., TiaC.&W. C. ly.
Sta senna tit i?t FMIIWI. Charlea
ra*?, B r\, November 21-28,1004, ObailM
t ?on A Western Carolina Rat I* ar will
v-rolfcrouud trip ticket* irom all pointa on
vita dine to Charleston, 8 C., at rate one
<?mt Haas furo, pin? 25 oanti*. Tickets on
taalo No ve?? Ur 19 h tn 251b, Inclusive,
?.rd ?or tr?inu scheduled to arrive in
<0b*rl<*ton: before noon November 28, '
ttritti ?oai return limit November 28, |
Deatli ut' Mrs Pitoche Watson.
Mrs. Phoebe A. Watson, widow ot
tim Im? \V li. Wutson, died iii thu
homo ot her daughter, .Mis. I*. E.
Seybt, ni tluK eily, Friday afternoon
Sh?- inul been in failing health foi
Burne time, but lier death was quite
Budden. For several yearsshe had Mu 1 -
feivd at times from an affection of the
In-art, and Ihm wan the cause ot her
death. Mr?. Watson was 74 years old.
She waa married to W. li. Watson,
who died about ten years ago. Tho
children born ot't li i H union died in in
fancy except two who survive her,
William A. Watson and Mrs. V. E.
Heybt. She wa? a daughter of John
Robinson, who lived in thia county.
She wjiM a woman of fine judgment
and splendid Christian character. A
great many friendo will mourn her
memory, particularly among the older
people. She waua faithful and devoted
member of tho HaptMt. church. The
funeral services were conducted at the
residence hy Hov. .J. D. Chapman on
Saturday afternoon, after which the
interment tool? place in the Silver
Dr. Jacobs Thanks the People of Ander
Editor H Anderson Intelligencer:
Please allow mo the privilege of a
few linen in your columns to express
my thank? for the very generous con
tribution of $270.00, rained by Mr. W.
W. Bussell, of Anderson, in a very
?hort while on the streets. May Coa
bless your noble people for their quick
response to a call tor help like this.
Our children are all (join for table so far
aa their lodging ia concerned, as our
cottage dormitories were not injured.
We have made temporary arrange
ments for cook-room, daily and dining
room, sud have begun to rebuild. We
will bo patient under a few hardships
this winter; we will be ?ill right next
We all appreciate both Mr. Russell's
kindness and the responso with which
he mot. God bless Anderson and
give it prosperity.
W. I*. Jacobs,
Pre?. Thornwell Orphanage.
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Mr. Wister Babb, of Laurens, spent
a few day? at il. I). Grant's with II?B
sick son and remained until his death
which occurred the 7th inst, of blood
poison. Mr. Babb carried the remains
to Laurens for interment.
./ins Lizzie Bruce has returned from
visiting telative? ai Anderson, Pelze r
J. G. (iraham began school at Cross
Roads Monday, 14th inst.
Mr. and Mrs. W.N. Bruce, of Oak
way, spent Friday with relatives here.
Miss Lizzie Bruce opened school at
Pine Grove the 14th inst.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCarley vi?it
ed relatives near Anderson quito re
Mrs. lianna who has been quite Hick
for the past few days, we are glad to
learn is improving.
Miss Annie Campbell and brother,
J.K., spent, Tuesday with Dr. S. G.
Bruce at Anderson.
The Sunshine Society expect to give
a public entertainment at the Fine
Grove Academy the Ith Saturday even
ing in December.
II. W. Speares, who has boen at
Starr the past few weeks, has returned
The Treasurer's oflice will be closed
on the 28th, 29th and 'JOth of this
month, November, for the purpose of
collecting taxes at the following
At Slabtown, Monday, Nov. 28th,
from 10 o'clock to 12o'clock; Mt. Airy,
from 1 o'clock to 2.80 o'clock; James &
Cely's store, from 8 o'clock to 4 o'clock.
On Tuesdav, Nov.21)th, at Piedmont,
from 10 to JJ o'clock.
On Wednesday. Nov. "JOth, at Pelzer,
from 0 o'clock to ii o'clock.
I hope the taxpayers will be at the
places mentioned and I will accom
modate them. J. M. Pavne.
All persons interested in canes for
trial m the court of common pleas for
Anderson county, South Carolina, will
take notice that pursuant to an order
of his honor, Y. J. Pope, Chief Justice,
dated Nov. 1, 1904, now on file in this
ellice, a special or extra term of the
court of common pleas for Anderson
county will be held nt the usual place
of holding said court; beginning on
tho Oth day of December, 1004, and
continuing for two weeks if so much
time bo necessary.
Johu. C. Watkins, Clerk Court
common pions, Anderson county, S.
They Killed Each Other.
Columbia, S. C., November 0.-R. L.
Irby, of Laurens, and S. A. Phillips, of
Eastovor, two dispensary constables,
shot and killed each other at Eastover,
this county, nt 7 o'clock this evening.
The two men were sitting before a
stove discussing mattera in a friendly
way, when, it is said. Phillips accused
Irby of stealing bis overcoat. Irby
arose abd struck Phillips, whereupon
the latter shot Irby between the breast
and waist. As Phillips turned Irby
shot him in the back, killing him
instantly. Irby died shortly after
GALA WEEK AND KING COTTON
Charleston, S. C., November 21-20,
1004-Very Low Rates via South
The Southern Railway will sell very
low rate tickets from all points in
South Carolina, including Asgusta,
Ga., for the Famous Fall Fest i 'al and
King Cotton Jubilee.
Tickets go on sale commencing No
vember 19th to the S5tb inclusive, and
for trains scheduled to arrive Charles
ton prior to noon of November 26tb,
with final limit for the return Novem
ber 28th, 1004.
Among the great attractions will be
the reproduction of Luna Pork, direct
from Coney Island.
The Great Pike, direct from St.
The Gaskill's Great Shows, contain
ing over 20 distinct features, including
Hagenbaek'e Wonderful Animal
Shows; Babcock, in bia hair-raising act
of Looping the Loop end Flying the
Great Military Parade, the largest
that h?a occurred in the State in
years. Fireman's Parade. Foot Ball
Over $600.00 to be given away in
prises in the parade.
Thia will bethe greatest show In the
For full information apply to any
Ticket Agent of the Southern Eai' =
way, or w * ^
lc. W. Hunt, Division Passenger
Agsnt, Charleston, S. C.
Health in Sulphur Bathing.
Tim worhl'a '."??' remedy fir aurfaea '
irritation, I IK: <.< . -k's l.!<|iu<l Hu I ph ur,
Natur o'* li rent ea* (?ormiehlo, uiakea itu? ? 1
h'?tn?) hatti (?jual the lineal sulphur !
.-I>riti^s. lt causes tho skin to elluiiutttH j ,
wa&tti tiHHiin and H > r?!*.t?ire* sound ?
health. At leading druggist*, Booklet, j
deauribiug muny other ('urMf, free, of j
Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore,
There aro many persons happy now I 1
after using Acid Iron Mineral who ouce ;
looked forward to doath aa tho only ?ure 1
rolWif from lung mi fferl r ? j ^ - Tbey are j
rejoicing in health again and telling the 1
j.:i "M nows to other?. Thorsauda are 1
boini? cured hy lie nae. Trade A-I-M '
mark on ovory bottle. Sold hy Drug- :
Wears and Covers Like Gola. |
That I*, <fc M. Taint und it only requin*) I
gallons of L. ?V M. nut! '} gallons liuaead '
oil to paint a moderno si/. jd houae.
Ii s load with zinc. Non-ebal kable.
Litterai quantity given to churches I
whoa Itouglit (rom P B. fray fui, Antler- j
Hon; T. L. Hopper, Bolton; T. C. Jack- I
tv>n, Iva; F. t?. Horton, L twndosvillf.
Physicians Prescribe lt.
Many broad miudod physicians pre- j ,
acribo Foley's Honey and Tar, aa they j
ttavo never found s> aafo and reliable a I
ri;tnf?iv for throat and luna troubles aa I
thia KrtHl medicine. There la DO other J
coutil medicine HO popular. Containa I
no opiates or poiaona and never falla to I
cur?) coughs and eolda. Hefuae aubati- I
tu Kw. Sold by Evans Pharmacy. I
role Cntubinatinn Plantera are the j
moat perfect Implement** Manufactured I
(cr distributing fertilizara in the drill I
wither tin. With them you can n-gulate I
perfectly the diatribution of both the I
fertilizer and the ?rain. Thone Hame I
Plantera can, of course, be uaed for I
planting cotton in neaaon. Call on Haili- I
van lldw. Co., and lot them demonstrate I
to you tho merita of theae machines.
Some rf the most anxious boura of I
mother's life are thoae when the little I
oitoa?)ftho houaehold have the croup. I
There ia ito other medicine HO effective I
In thia terrible malady aa Foley'* Honey j
and Tar. It ia a houaehold favorite for
throat and lung troubl?e, aud aa it cou- I
taintino o pl atea or other poisons lt oan I
Ito aafely glveu. Hold by Evans Phar- j
If you want a (?un call on Sullivan I
lldw. Co., where vou can getjuat what]
you want at the price you want to pay.
Sulphur's Ready Aid. ;
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, Nature's I
Greatest Germicide, eurea Itch, pimplen, |
priokly heat, burna,'acalda, canker and
HO renou* of acalp, eyeUda, mouth, nono
und throat. The right remedy to have I
?il winn In the medicine cabinet. At lead- I
lng druggist*. Hancock Liquid Sulphur I
Co., Baltimore, Md., send? descriptive j
tm ok lot.
Acid Iron Mineral corns Dynpepaia I
and L digestion. If tho food yon eat I
gives you pain and doea not digest read- I
ily, a doae taken after each meal will !
give immediate relief and if uaed regn- I
larly will permanently cure you. Trade
A IM mark on every bottle. Sold by I
all 1). ugglatf.
Acid Iron Mineral Co.,
Columbia, S. C.
A Polle man's Testimony.
J. N. Patterson, Dight policeman of I
Nashua, Ia , write?, ' Last winter I had J
a bad cold on my lunga and tried at I
li-u.st ll half do/.sn ?id vcr ti st d cough mod i- I
?.ine? and Imo treatment from two phy- I
aidant) without gattioti any benefit. A j
friend recommended Foley's Honey and
Tar and two-third*) nf a bottle cured me.
I consider it the grpatect onutih and lung
medicltio in the world." bold by Evana
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds: reliable, tried and teated, aafe
and mire. A general houaehold favorite
wherever uaed. t?old by Evans Phar
DAVISS DAMFJ, SHOE STORE]
(PoalOOloe Block, Anderson.)-"Prettl
eat Sboe Store in the State." Seen our
big New Stock ? Everybody welcome.
I Ko Could Hardly Get Up.
' Thia 1B to certify that I have taken
two bottles of Foley'n Kidney Cure and
[ lt bas helped me more than any other
naedulne,'' writes P. H. Duffy, of Ash
ley, III. "I tried many advertised reme
dies, bot none of them -gave me any re
lief. My druggist recommended Foiay's
Kidney Cure and lt bas onred me. Be
fore commencing its ose I was in snob s
ahapethat I could hardly get np when
once down." Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
W. A. Herron, of Finch, Ark., says,
"I wlah to report that Foley's Kidney
Cure has cored a terrible case of kidney
and bladder trouble that two doctoT had
given up." Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
To Cure a Cough.
The coughB so prevalent these days
canally develop before you realize what
has happened. Now the beat thing to do
ls to taite the most reliable cough cure
voa cnn ge'. None better than Murrays
Horehound Mullein and Tar. It is made
of the pureat ingredients and can be
given to infants aa well aa grown people.
Above all else IT CURES. Yon will
find lt at all drugglats. 2fo a tottlo
oxtra large bottle.
You should look into lb* merita of the
Oliver Chilled Middle Buster Plows,
sold by Sullivan Hardware Co. These
Plows have large, strong steel beams
with wldo thronte that cannot choke. It
Is the only successful Middlebreaker
ever put on the market, it doesn't pre
tend to do a little of everything-and do
nothing perfectly. It is strictly a Mid
dlebreaker, and doea ita work perfectly.
The prloe is low, too.
The quick resulta of Acid Iron Min
eral In the oure ot Dyspepsia, Indigestion
and boa el trouble have struck tboua
ands with wonder. Heals cms, bnrns,
old Borea and all skin diseases readily.
Trade A-I-M mark on every bottle.
Sold by druggists.
J A. Gulledge, ot Verbena, Ala., was
twice In tue hoapltal from a severe casa
of piles causing 24 tumors. Atter doo
.ora and all ramed lea failed, Buoklen's
Arnica Salve quickly arrest d farther
inflammation and cured bim. It non
Suers aches and kllla pain. 25o. at Orr,
ray A Oo.
Danger ot ? Cough.
Pneumonia, grlpp, cold, bronchitic
and nearly every other dangerous sick
ness of this kind is usually the develop
ment ota Blight cough. Too many peo
ple are 'laid up and too many dio from
diseases where they could so easily
knock that first. cough lu the noaa.
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar
cures cold a. It just drops the bottom oat
of s nougb. Every drosslet bas it for
.25a a bottle. Remember "Murray's" and
take no other. Regular 60o Aaa.
Caret: Fifty Houdoohe3
In one day while distributing free uara
Eies ot Nervalgine, and will oure five
andred if I can find that many suffer
ers. You ran no risk, for lt is harmless,
and lt does the work In five to ten min
utes. Four doses loo. Bold by all drug
DAVIS * DA MI Bli SHOE STORE,
(Post Office Block, Anderson.-..Pretti
est Shoe Htore ta the State," Our sp?cial
boast:, We keep toe beat Shoes tobe
found OD the markes.
Stove? to ault everybody ara sold bj
Sullivan Hardware Co.
The time baa ooraro when the Southam
farmer baa to make brains, tools and
mules do tba work with the least possible
amount of human labor. Thara ia noth
ing that you oan buy at thia aaason that
wm save so much labor aa a sp Iks tooth
or Diso Harrow. Turning Plow, Middle*
lr saker or Cole Distributor from 8 ? Uly
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terms.
. Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
Sullivan Hardware Vd.', have ? full
-:o -k nf ? '..!.. J Mhtrilmtor<.'! base Distribu
er* are largely uted at th lu ?uasou for
I lltlit>K In !:ra:ii.
MON KY TO LOAN-A lew thouHand ?
lollarH to lend on band tor dionta. Ap
ply to ii. fr\ Martin, Attorney ?at-Law.
A Sure Thing.
Itisanid that nothing ia sum except
loath and tax OH, but that it* notaltouetbur
irue. Dr. King's New I^acoverv for
Consumption ia a ?ure euro for alllung
aud throat troubles. Thnusanda can
teetlfy to that. Mr?. C. Ii. VanMetre, of
iShepherdtown, W. Va., sayt: "I had a
Revere caee of Bronchitis and for a year
tried everything I heard of, but got no
relief. (>ue bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery tben cured me absolutely."
It's infallible for Croup, Whooping
Cough, Grip. Pneumonia and Consump
lion. Try it. It's guaranteed by Orr,
'?ray ?fe Co., Drugorist. Trial bottles free.
Rog. sizes Ma, 91.00.
A Startling Test.
To Have a lifo. Dr. T. G. Merrit?, of No.
Mebonpauy, l'a., made a startling test
resulting in a wonderful euro. He
write*, "a patient waa attacked with vio
lent bein morr hage?, caused by uloer
ation of the stomach. I had often found
Electric Bitters excellent for aouto
stomach and liver troubles so I pretorib
nd them. The patient gained from the
lirst, aud has not hod an attack in 14
months." Electric Hitters are positive
ly guaranteed for Dyspepsia, indiges
tion, Constipation and Kidney troubles.
Try them. Only 50& at Orr, Oray cfc Co.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usuallv kept
in Drugstores don't forget that W?hlte
dc Willalo are generally open from 10 &
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint?, aa >gootl as
the beat and as c?eap at* the cheapest, al
way? on hand.
DAVIS <b DANIEL SHOE STORE,
(Post Office Block, Anderson.)-"Pretti
est Shoe Store in the Ntate Queen
Quality and Imperial ; Walk-Overs and
Au Old Time Remedy.
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar
has In it the purest, of drugs. All of
which were used by our parents and
grand-parents. It is a combination so
pnt together that lt enrasa cough right
off. Nothing is better for babies It ls a
most reliable cure in all cases of coughs.
Ask vour druggist for it. They all have
lt. (5ot a bottle now and have lt ready.
Couts only 25o a bottle-extra large bot
ties-regular 50o size. Remember to ask
for ' Murrays'' and take no other.
Made Young Again.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each night for two weeks has put me in
my'toona' again" writes D. H. Turner,
of Dempseytown, Pa. They're 'the best
in the world for Liver, Stomach and
Bowel*. Purely vegetable. Never gripe.
Only 25A at Orr, Oray ?fe Co.
A guaranteed cure for sore head chick
ens at Cray ton's Drug Store. 14-13c.
We have great inducements to offer
yon in Hosiery, Panta, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece GoodB, etc. We will bo in our office
for the next sixty days. Buy from ns
you get the mill prices. We save you
the jobbers profits. Call on ns and be
convinced. Wo ure selling the largest
and closest buj era in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents
A Dozen Times a Night.
* I have had kidney and bladder trou
ble for years, and it became so bad that 1
waa obliged to get up at least a dozer
times a night," says Mr. Owen Dunn, oi
Benton Ferry,.W. Vs. "I never received
any permanent benefit fi om any modi
cine until I took Foley's Kidney Cure
After using two bott Un, I am cured.'
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
AU f f ?5i<> linn wHiit ino kinrl of Air
Ki lies th*t are h.nd by .Sullivan Udw.
The cause of ninety per cent of all d?seaie
fa a faulty digestive and drainage system-the
atomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Let one
cf these organs become clogged or inopera
tive, there remains in thc system many poi
sons that ?rill, in time, breed, disease, difficult
to correct. One should never allow even a
temporary stoppage o? .any one o? these or
gan?-they should bc kept constantly in per
fect working order.
Is positively the ideal corrective of all inter
nal ailments. It is not a patent medicine,
but an honest, vegetable preparation, extracted
from the bark of a species of the Hydrangea
fiant. ' Its curative properties are numerous,
t is a mild cathartic-an -Iterative-diuretic,
soothing, healing and tonical. An occasional
dose will keep thc whole aystem in perfect
condition and will act aa a safeguard against
Seven Barlte has been on the American
market for over thirty-five years. Its distributors
have reams of high-oraisingletters from peo
ple in every walk of life. Thousands of fam
ilies are never without a bottle. The oldest
friends are our best.
Test it for yourself
Ask your druggist for a BO-cent bottle, and if
it docs not do all that is claimed, take the
empty or partly consumed bottle back and get
your money. One New York City druggist
Bold 720 bottles on this basis before one dis
satisfied purchaser asked for thc return of hie
LYMAN BROWN. Pharmacist. N. Y. City.
WILL YOU BE ONE?
There are about seven million peo
ple in the U. 8. who'have savings Re
counts. These accounts show an av
erage of S400 each ; seventy out of
every hundred persons starting savings
accounts with ono dollar keep them
going, and in a short time have seve
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 OF ANDERSON.
The oldest and strongest Bank in the
- AND -
Nowhere elie in thit Town will you Had at large and as
One a collection af
Aa'we show, nor prices as reasonable aa oura*
Our Clothing la all male from especially selected fab/??*,
in euch patterns ai every one likes.
Vhe (feats are made with permanent fronts, and karo tb?
broad, athletic shoulders so pealar nowadays.
If yon wish to dross smartly at LXSTL? COST, come and
iee the big vaines we are offering this week.
.REESE Ss B0LT3
Men, Women and Children,
THAT ARE DAILY MAKING THEIR
C. F. Jones Co,
The Big Store where they are being -
fitted np in Good, Reliable '
Oar sales were larger in October than any October in our
Mast make November a record-breaker also.
We are adding daily to oar Stock all the Newest and
Latest things that are coming out.
We extend to all an invitation to come to see us.
F. JONES CO.
Star Men, Women and Children.
Our Mr. SOL LESSER received a telegram last Wednes?
day asking him to come to New York at once, as one of the*
largest and best Dry Goods houses had failed. He left at once?
Since he left, have received a telegram stating, that he haft
- OF - . ? '
STAPLE DRY GOODS
'M? Fifty Oer>ts ort tlte Dollar,
Now, tc make room for this mammoth stock, we snail
cut prices to the lowest, as we certainly will need th? room?
FIRST GOME, FIRST SERVED;
Yon know we keep everything to wear in the shape of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Trunks and Millinery*
All Who wish
Must visit cur Store.
Allow us to th&ok our friends and many customers for
?ho kind and liberal patronage they gave us during Oetobar*
?Zrl ask for a continuance.
Oar Motio-High ^?iaUty and Low Prices.
^ Yoursfor good trade for November,