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In tho Court of Common l'Iran the
sase ul .1. li. Callahan! against the
Bank ol Anderson, which was taken np
on the Ti rut day ot' tho second week of
the special term, was K.I\ < n to tho jury
Wednesday. This action tva? h rough t
iiy Mr. Callaham lo recover ilamages in
Mic (iiitu oi f? OOH lor tho dishonor of
hits chick. Tho case has been tried
once before, ami resulted in a mistrial.
I'he jury /ave the plaintill'a verdict
foi" sj'i.iioo.' An appeal to Hie supreme
oourt will he taken hy tho defendant's
attorneys, Thu plaintiff was represen
ted hy Bonham ?V. Watkins and Tri li
lle & Prince, the hunk hy Col. .J. N.
Brown, J. M. I'titre I and (?itattlebnum
Tho case ol' I?, ll Stevenson and
M i H. Florence Stevenson against tho
Western Union Telegraph company
van next tried. This was an action
"lor damages brough! against the com
pany lindel tho mental anguish net ni
the legislature, which makes telegraph
companies liable in damages fur negli
gence in delivering messages. The
j ury rendered a verdict in favor ol* the
plain ti IVs', giving thom ?ftioo. A. II.
. >agnall and Bouhan \ Watkins iepre
?enteil Hie plaint ill's, and Ti ibble ?S.
i'rince the defendants.
The last ease to he tried was that of
7. A. Hall against the C. .\ W. C. rail
road. Mr. Hall sued tin- railroad to
t rover damages lor thu burning ol'
mine woods on his plantation south of
the city. J Io asked for ..* ?..'.? in dani
igeu. The jury gave him .*< 100. ll. F.
.Marun represented tho niai ri t ill*, and
Northum A Watkins and ti. C. Sullivan
At the conclusion of the business of
the court on Saturday af ternoon and
before the adjournment (ion. Bonham,
un behalf of tint liar associ?t ion thanked
Judge Featherstone for tho able and
satisfactory manner in which ho had
presided as special judge. His ability,
fairness and conscientiousness in the
discharge of his duty hail made a deep
Impression on tho members of tho bar,
the speaker said. Hon. lieu. K. Prince
'?eartily endorsed the sentiments ex
pressed hy (ion. Bonham in a short
?peech. Mr. Featherstone replied feel
ingly to the remarks, lt was a great
rjteasure, he said, to como back to J:;:-.
...At), homo to hold court, and ho assured
the'?ar that h would always treasure
rho tact that his old friends had donn
him this honor and appreciated his ef
forts tn ho fair and conscientious in
discharging his duties.
Ju?lgn Ft athelstone made an exeol
lent piotdding judge, anti at, all times
discharged bis duties with ease, abil
ity F.nd con.yjientiousneas.
At Hymen's Aller.
mo ot! Hie prettiest weddings of tho
-.eason was that of Mr. Sumpter H.
Barton ami Miss liva Kay, which took
place last Wednesday evening, 11th
-list., at tilt; home ol thu brillo, on Mur
Tho brillo is a daughter of Mrs.
Sarah J. Kay, of this city. Sho is a
young w oman of many personal charms
and she has a host ot admiring friends
in the city. Tho groom is tho young
est son of Mr. anti Mrs. J. A. F, Bar
ton, of 'j'ownville, S. C., ami a young
:iiau of many noble chat ins ol' (.TIMIac
tor. He is one of the lifo insurance
.?men of the city.
Tho parlor hail been tastefully deco
rated with holly and vases ot white
chrysanthemums and -Maiden hair
Mies Mattie Eskow presided at the
-organ, ami when the soft strains of
the wedding march began all wero
bushed in expectancy, and in came the
.bride, holding in her haud white
chrysanthemums und maiden hair fern,
with white ribbon falling to the lloor,
.dressed iu a beautiful white orgundy,
with trimmings of white applique and
ribbou, leaning on the arm of tho
.groom. It was a beautiful picture as
they stood iu front of a background of
ivy facing Kev. W. B. Hawkins,
.wno, in a few solemn and impressive
.words, pronounced the ceremony which
forever linked the destiny of those
?two lives together through all tho
troubles and happiness that shall come
At tho conclusion of the ceremony
?o wei? ali invited into the bea u ti tul
.decorated dining-room, where we were
-treated to a sumptuous repast.
The bride was the recipient of many
?beautiful and expensive presents. This
? .couple have many friends throughout
. the county, with whom we join in
wishing them success through their
journey in life. A Guest.
*>Irw. C. P. Kay, of Helton, ls spending
-Hwliile with her father, W. F. M. Kant.
Mr. and Mrs. Mahon, of Laurena, were
'.che guests of the latter's brother, J. 1).
ai ?sb b, ?ant week.
Mr. M d Mrs. W. N Bruce, of Oak wey,
-spent Munday with W. N*. Woolbrlght.
Mm Margaret Trlhblo, who baa beon
visiting ie!atlves near Anderdon, ban re
turned to her daughter*!*, Mrs. J. I).
Dr. W. K. Sharp and daughter, M ita
? Ovallne, went to Charleston the TJth. Dr.
Sharp went to he present at the (?rund
-Li. O. Speares and Manley Smith, who
nave been at Draughon's 'Business Col
lege In Atlanta, haye retnrned home to
?pend the holidays.
Mrs. liabb. from Laurens, is visiting
Ace eon, J. D. Babb.
Un the night or the bith tba spirit of
'Mr. Newton Williams wes called to his
.terna] home. Funeral services were
.conducted tt the Presbyterian Church
Wednesday by Rev. W. B. Hawkins.
There was a fire at the oil mill Sunday
?norcixit*. The contents of preaa room
?and sr un. four or five hundred pallonn of
oil wer? destroyer!. * Pansy.
Puhlk Schools of Williamston.
The public FCIIOOIS of Willianiaton
.School district No. 8 will open the first.
"Monday in January, lflOf?.
The Trustees of the District are ro
muested to meet at Welcome school
house en Friday, December 2'5rd, at ?I
?o'clock p. in.
Ii. A. Mullikin, Chairman.
?8**1 BF.RAL QUANTITY OF L. ?ft M.
Paint given toobuiolies whenever they
vDon't pay $1.50 a gallon for l:n?o-1 oil.
'Boy oil tn un ibu terrel at 50 cent? a
?gallon, ana mix it with the L. & M.
It malf* nat n'? "*n*t about $1.20 per sral
.on. Chill on F B. Cray ton, Ander
8490 ; T. L. Ti-.^ier, Button ; T. C. .tack
noa. Iva; E. lt. Holton, Lowndeaviilr.
- DAVIS Ac DANELL SHOE STOKE,
(Pout Ollie? Block, Anderson.--"Pretti
est 8bn? More in the btate." Our special
boast : WA keon the beat Rho? s to be
? omi a on Ute market.
It'a aa natnra) for a boy to wan*, a Gun
as foi a Biri to want a doll. If yon want
?reliable Bi eecb-leading Shot Gun, a
"Winchetter or Bennington Ride or a
good Air hide you should buy lt from
. Sullivan Uardwaie Co.
si<lnc\ I*. '1 ii' . i i ? - ? ? ul li ?H honte m
V?rennos Towiifhip Ja-? Frnhn morn
ing, atter mi illness <?t sevoial wooka
with ci meer el the bowels. <>n Satin
ilay nun ililli tile remaina w ire interred
in llif Flat Kock Churchyard, Kev. W.
VV. Leathern conducting the funeral
services Mr. Tate waa tho eldeat son
i>f the late Grief 'i'ate, was .">*> years ol
ami waa horn ami reared and
Spent ti i H lite in the section winne lie
ilied. For nniiinber of yearn he nerved
na magistrate for Varen nea Township,
?md last Bummer waa elected elerk ot
the hoard of county coinmiaaionera,
hut was forced to resign a few weeks
nen on account of INK afllictioti. Mr.
Tah- wa? a wm thy, upright citizen, and
hail long served as II deacon of the
Flat Kock Church, of winch he had
been a devoted mouther since Ins hoy
hood. His wife preceded him to the
grave several yearn ugo, and seven
children are left to eheriah his mem
ory. In this bereavement they have
the sympathy <?t a wide circle of
,1/rs. .!. Atm tin Hanks died at hoi
home m at Holton Filth on Wednesday,
.""iii mst., niter a briol illness. She
had been in feeble heall it for the past
year, but during tin- past mouth she
had apparently greatly improved, ami
Hm announcement ot ber death was
therefore a great ?hock to many ol' her
friends. Min. Hanks was a daughter
of the late Hov. I'aris Hawkins, ol tins
('minty, ami about fifi yeats of age.
She was a moat estimable woman and
gieatly beloved hy a wide circle of
friends ami relatives, who will long
cherish her memory. She waa a devo
ted member of Marker's Creek Baptist
Church, where her remaina were in
terred hint, Th ii rada y afternoon, Kev.
M. Met ?en conducting the funeral ser
vices. She leaves a solely bereaved
husband, three sona and hour daugh
Preachers Tor This District.
Chat lesron, December Ul,-The fol
lowing appointments for Greenville
district were announced by tho Meth
odist Conference at Darlington to
?'reaiding Kider- It, Herbert .Jones.
Anderson-St. John, M. ll. Kelley;
Ori villo. S. T. Creech: West End, D.
Kasley and Bethesda-K. M. Du
Fountain Inn-I). F. lloyd.
tireen ville- Bumcombo Street. W.
M. Duuenn; Hampton Avenue, VV. E.
Wiggins; Sampson and Foe, A. K.
Drigger?; St. ''mil's, T. (i. Herbert;
Wesi l.H eur i!b , (i T. Harmon, Jr.
Liberty-J F. Attaway.
McClit.A. A. Merrit t.
North Fickens-Wm. Kool.
Falzer-O', li. Edwards.
Fend le ton-S. W. Henty.
Fickena-U. M. Abney. "
Fiodmont-S. T. Blackman.
Seneca and Walhalla-E. S. Jones.
Starr ami Iva-.J. W. Hailey.
Townvillo-D. A. Lewia.
Traveler's Fest -W. L. Gauls.
Victor und llateaville-J. O. Hug
Walhalla Circuit-W. .1/. Harden.
Westminster-J. I. Spinks.
Williamston and Belton-li. L. Hol
Will tamaton Circuit-W. A. Beck
Dr. Jacobs Thanks His Friends.
Ten days ago the editor of Tho In
telligencer sent Kev. W. F. Jacobs, I).
D., President of the Thornwell Or
phanage, a check for$78.40, contributed
by the citizens of thia section for the
purpose of rebuilding the Orphanage
Chapel, which was recently destroy? d
by tire. In reply thereto we have re
ceived the following letter:
Clinton, S. C., Dec. l i, 1004.
My Dear Mr. Langston: I have just
received your check for S?8.40 for the
rebuilding of our Chapel, and along
with it the list ol naines of many
friends whose gifts in the aggregate
have made thia Binn. Tho whole is a
work of love that touches my heart
with tho aense of the wonderful kind
ness thnt the people of our State, and
not least of the generous and noble
city of Anderson, are showing to these
orphans. When our Seminary build
ing, now destroyed, waa in procesa of
construction it required ninety weeks
of work to raise the funda to do it, but tho
same amount has been contributed in
less than three weeks, by those who
havo, without any of my urging, taken
it upon themselves to do this thing
No wonder my heart goes out in grate
ful thanks to our heavenly Father for
having raised up such friends. The
prospect now is that tho eight thous
and dollars for the C ba pel bu i hi nig
will bein hand before Christinas.
I lieg you lo accept my warmest
thanks for your own faithful efforts,
for tho kindness that prompted your
labors, for tho success that crowned
them. Your city is foremost in every
Hood work, and very ready with a help
tug hand to do whatever seems to be
needed. 1 feel sure you feel proud of
your city, and, indeed, the whole State
feels thesanie way. Certainly we of the
Thornwell Orphanage have occasion to
say, "God bless you."
Flense ?rive our thanks to every
douor on tho list of our benefactors.
VV. F. Jacobs.
Burgess Bridge News.
A Mr. English, of Birmingham, Ala.,
has bought the Shirrell place, lying in
tho south eastern part of the W. A.
Neal tract, and will soon move to it.
He paid twenty dollars per acre.
Mr. Lovelace, from Greenville Coun
ty, son-in-law of Ewell Gnmbrell, of
Anderson, will soon move into our
E. Brown has conditionally sold 50
acres of land, a mile above the bridge,
to -Johnson, colored, for fifteen
dollars per acre.
There will ho sonjrs and recitations
Itv the mission band at Whitetield
Church on the night of Dec. 25th. The
le,-(Ier. Miss Annie Bogers, has shown
us an interesting programme.
Benj. Feannan nnd ? few' others
havo done Borne good fall plowing.
We regret to report tl.at John Gani
broil is in feeble health.
Thoa. Balentine will soon erect a
good house ia the fork bot ween the
creeks for Robt. King.
VV. Q. Hammond ia sawing a large
quantity of lumber to build houses for
This neighborhood is blessed with
Our clever mail carrier, \V. F^Smith,
ia doing us good service this bad weath
er. He will soon be here, and 1 close
wishing much happiness to all. B.
Sullivan Ildw. Co. have a largo stock
of Boys Metal Wagons. Good Wagons
at low price?.
A Timely Topic.
At thia season of conchs and colds it ls
?reit to know that Foley's Honey and
Tar ls the greatest throat and lune rem
edy. lt cures quickly and prevents seri
ous ree ult? from a cold. Sold by Evans
MONEY TO LOAN for home elienta
on easy terms.
simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
f armers* Meeting.
Tin1 ramiers1 l'.dticat ional und (N.
peintivc union, I lu- i cv Organization
f farmers, lii:l<| n uiect?igin lim Court
?ouse WediiCridin monilllg. Maliern
f interest to tim tai nun ri were dis
usscd, particularly tim question <>t
nhlin^ cottou until fi euHicient ride in I
io market justifie? them in Kelling. A ,
solution ?an unanimously passed ti?
ie eilt et (hat HO cotton should he, Mihi i
>i leHrt than 10 cents. It was decided '
) extend linancial support, it possible, 1
> tiiOKc tanners ot tim union who
.ere ujiuhlc tn hold theil' cotton fur a
ighcr price on account ot tim pres- ,
uro ol obligations. They wi'.! ho
ided over the critical period until tho
larket ollera a good price for their
reduct. I he work of organizing sub
nions has been progressing steadily
ir some time, ami during the winter
tie e.ntiie county will he organized.
.m . -
Searched Rooms of Cadets.
(j reen vii lo, S. (,'., December M.-Af
ir expelling one of the cadets fir
tenting, il was learned, from private
nrrespondenco received in this city
inlay, thai the faculty ol the Clemson
ollege literally held up the entire
mps several ?lays UKO, and, with the
liriistanco ot military discipline,
candied the rooms of every cadet in
lie barracks in au eHort tn timi other
tolcn arti< les. and lix the responsible
ly. 'J'hesearch was fruitless. Thein
estigation was carried out by I lu; ?ix
adot captains, assisted hy their lie?
enants, each ollicer searching his re
peet i ve barracks. Tim mime of tim
adet w ho was expelled is not known
1?re. The students submitted to tho
eared without protest so far as could
10 learned. It is certain there was no
- The greatest rabbit shipping
?oint in North Carolina and perhaps
11 the United States, is Si 1er City, iu
?bathaui County, about BD miles from
Haleigh. The shipments range from
i.UOU to 10,000 a day. All through
hat section there aro traps or gums
nade of hollow logs or boxes bated
villi greens, und iu these rabbits are
?aught m vast numbers. Thero is a
?reat business in the skins ano also in
.he meat, the rabbit being regarded as
i staple artiele of food.
. - -
Fresh testimony in great ?uantity is
?nustantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Doughs ami Colds to \?< unetiualed. A
roeta I expression from T. J, NI .Karlan?!,
.M i.i >r*|ii!r*. Vt , HHiv s i-, <~1amele. Hu
? ri'i-: "I IM i bronchitis 'o . 'i res
\r.u> ....?I ii nd 'lu I '?. 1 tut! MUIO VV 11 tl? Jill
i>t>inK banetlted. Thou I began taking
Dr. Kind's Now Discovery, and a few
bottles wholly cured me." Equally
affective in curing all Lung and Tiiroat
trou hie v, Consumption, Pneumonia and
lirip. Guaranteed by Orr, Uray it Co.,
DruggUt. Trial ljptlloa free, regular
??1/.UM 50.}, and $1.00.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have H largo and
mai pit-tn stock of Kiluheu Har<iware.
Von can lind many articles in this line
that would make most acceptable Cbrlst
Driven to Desperation.
L ving at an out cf the way place, re
mote from civilization, a family is often
driven to desperation in case ol aeoidunt,
resulting in Horus, Cuts. Woonda,
ClceiH, etc Lay i? a Htiyply ol" liuck
len's Arnica Salve, li's tho best on earlh.
??e, at Orr, (?ray A Co's. Drug Store.
Il hears the fullest inspection if lt's one
of Sullivan Hdw. Co's Guus. No hesi
tancy or doubt involved wheu UM og one
ot their Firearms.
Diseases Peculiar to ?'omen
If Acid Iron Mineral is used according
to directions as an internal remedy, or ae
'.A wash," and no benefit follows, after
uainK one 50e. boitlo write ua and we will
refund your money. Hold by Druggists.
Acid Iron Mineral Co.
Columbia, 8. C.
Boy's Life Saved From Membranous
"My little boy had a severe attack ol
membranous croup, and only got relief
alter taking Foley's Honey, and Tar,"
Bays C. W. Lynch, a prominent citizen
of'Winchester, Ind. "He got relief after
one dme and I feel that it saved the Hie
of my boy." Don't be imposed upon by
substitutes o Herod for Foley's Honey
and Tar. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
* Cured Fifty Headaches
In one day while distributing free nam.
pies ot Nervalgine, and wilf cure ?ve
hundred If I can lind that many suffer
ers. You run no risk, for it is harm loss,
and it does the work in five to ten min
utes. Four do-os 10c. Sold by all drug
A Household Necessity.
A good liniment ls a household neces
sity. Elliott's Emulsified Oil Liniment,
meets every requirement of the houHtj
hold and hara yard in a moat satisfac
Full 1-2 pint bottles 2?ets. Evans Phar?
A whole lot of fancy phrases can bi
written about remedies, but it takes
Tacts to prove anything-pood straight
tacts, i And the strongest fact you ever
luard is that Tannopilino is the bes)
sure for pilen on the market. It enres
ib-olutoly. Has a healing, soothing
.d', ct from the start. All druggists have
it for $1.00 a jar. Ask for Tannoplline
ind dont dare take a substitute.
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
lollara to lend on Land for oliente. Ap
>lv to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Oliver Chilled Middle-Breakers ere
lh? most perfect Plows ever designed.
They have Steel Beams, Foll Chilled
Mould-Boards and the lightest draft ol
wy Plow of satTiO aise on the market.
Sullivan Hdw. Co. now have a full stock
if therre Middle-Breakers now on band.
Coughs, Colds and Constipation.
Few pimple realise when taking cough
nodicinos other than Foley's Honey and
Tar, that they contain notates which are
ionstlpating besides being unsafe, par
tculnrly fur children. Foley's Honey
md Tar contains no opiates, is safe and
mte, and ?will not constipate. D. n't be
m posed upon by taking substitutes,
. on.o of them are dangerous. Sold by
DAVIN DANIEIJ SHOK STORE
Post Oiliee Block, Anderson.)-i ioiti
ist Rhos Store in the State. Seen ont
>ig New Stock? F ve i y body wo leo mo.
A kidney or bladder trouble can al
vays be cured by using Foley's Kidney
'ure in time. Sold by Evans Phar
When you've got a bad cough just
ay "MURRAYS." If a druggist gives
.on any th i eg but Murray's Horehound,
?.lulloin and Tar you're not gettlna* the
>est and surest cough remedy. Make
lim give you Murray's. Acts quickst
md you get a ROJ. SIM bottle tor 85c.
ivory druggist has IL
A Thousand Dollar's Werth ff Geed.
"I have been o filleted with kid nay and
dadder trouble Tor years, pasting gravel
ir stones with exoructaUng pain." says
?V. H. Thames, a wall known coal noora -
or of Buffel o, O. "I got no relief from
medicinan until I began taking Foley's
Ildney Care, then ?the resole was sur
)rl?ing. A few doses started the bi lek
lust like floe etones and nov I have LO
:ain across my kidneys and I feel like a
lew man. It nas done me a 11,100 worth
>f good." Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
. . r< ,i ' '"',:s .. : '..V .
ANDKKKSON S OPTIliAS.
Dr. II. J? Heese hu-* Opened _ His '
Optical I'arlor Over Atkinson's 41
I >rug ?Sture. ; fi
Tlio people iu ami around AnderHon .
Iiavo long foll th? uood of an exclusive, k
up-to-date optician who wlil be per- ..
inanently located Hmong them. D'.
I leese, being aware of thia fact, hasopen
ud his office over Atkinson's Drug Store,
.omer of Depot aud Main streets, and (
will hereafter have hia permanent oflloe e
with n?here In Anderson. 'Ihoso who
have and are now Vaving trouble with C
their eye?, can at uny time lind bia office
open, and a welcome if they should de
idre So oonault him. Dr. Reuse ia well 6
known among UH, Hnd haa many pa
tienta in and around Anderaon that will
testify Ul bia ability to correct the most
nlxUlnato oaso of refraction of tba eye*, j
Ho cornea amoug im endorsed by the i
leading professions, bau all the leading f
methods of examination, and it ia worth j
3'ourtimeto visit bin office and find out [
the true condition of your eyes by the <?
most improved system for refracting tho g
eye in the South. Dr. Keene ia a member
nf the Optical Association of South cvro- (
lina aud bsa bia diploma from a recog
nized coiiwge of optic?.
Acid Iron Minorai ia not a patent med
icine, but a wonderful combination of '
Health Giving factors, mined from the (
earth, and compounded in the Labora- J
tory of Nature. It la of auch great
strength that it only takes a "little to do j
the work." It eurea Huch a large per- !
couttvge of chronic diseases after all elae
luis failed, that it has won for itself great
fame, the patient commenumg to im- .
prove almoat from the first dose. Noth
ing will build up the broken down aya- j
tum so quickly and permanently as A. I j
M. Why complain and autfer becauae of
some disease* which undermines your
health and roba life of its chaim oauslng
you to lose hope and succumb to despair <
and dually premature .loath. <?et A. I. i
M. at once. It may suit your case exact
ly. It has suited thousands of others.
Trade A-I-M mark on every bottle.
Sold by druggists.
Acid Iron Mineral Co.
Columbia, 8. C.
Report From ttie Reform School.
J. G. Gluck, Superintendent, Prunty
town, W. Va., writeo: "After trying all
other advertised cough medicines we
have decided to use Foley's Honey and
Tar exclusively In the 'West Virginia
Ueform School. I And it the most effec
tive and absolutely harmless." Sold by
Worst of all Experiences.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
Newson, Dooatur, Ala. "For three
years," shewriies, "I endured insuffer
able pain from indigestion, stomach and
bowel trouble. Death Heomed inevitable
whoo doctors and all remedies foiled. At
length I was induced to try Electric Bit
ters aud the result was miraculous. I
improved at once and now I'm complete
ly recovered." For Liver, Kidney,
Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric
Hitters is the only medicine. Only 50c.
It's guaranteed by Orr, Gray & Co.,
? Notice is hereby given that the hea'th
of the ptople of this county is in im
minent danger and must be taken cure
of. It has been decided that every pr?
caution be taken to prevent prolonged
cases of pneumonia, grippe, etc. The
best thing lo do is to give u good cough
mixture as soon as the cousjb. m?r'fi.
Get MURRAY'S HOREHOUND, MUL
LEIN AND TAR. Only 2T.0. a bottle.
At all druggists.'
There is no sport more invigorating
and enjoyable than shooting and it can
be indulged in by young and old of
either aex. Your pleasure, however, all
dependa upon the reliability of the Fire
arm you carry. Reliable Firearms are
sold by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
I have trie I Craylnns Hore H<?Bd Curo
br ehickeuaand heartily racommend it.
22-5 J. H. Cochran, Jr.
Should Old Acquaintance 3e Forgot
ind Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usual Iv kopt
a Drugstores don't forget tbat Wilhite
: Wilhite aro general! y opeo from 10 a.
a. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paintv, aa good as
tie best and as e?eap as the clieapent, al
rays on hand.
DAVIS & DA NI Ely SHOE STORE,
Post Ofllce Bloek, Anderson.)-"Pretti
Ht Shoo Store in the H tate " t?ueen
tuality and Imperial ; Walk-Overs and
A guaranteed cure for sore head chick
on at Cray ton's Drug Store. li-13t,
We have great inducements to odor
ou in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
'ieee doods, etc. We will bo in our office
or the next sixty days. Buy from us
'ou got the mill prices. We nave you
he jobbers prouts. Call on na and be
onvioced. Wo are selling the largest
md closest buyers in the countrv.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave vou, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
ii Bufferers have proved their matchless
nerit for Sick and Nervous Headaches,
rhey make pur? blood and build up
pour health. O ily 25 cents, money back
f not cured. Sold by Orr, Oray A Co.,
How would a Buck's Stove do fora
[Miristmas gift for mother, wife or sistei? j -
It is a present that would certainly I <;
please them and Bull ivan Hdw. Co. '
would be glad to furnish it.
W. A. Herron, of Finch. Ark., rays,
"I wish to report that Foley's Kidney
Cure bas cured a terrible case of kidney
and bladder trou bio that two doctors had
given up." Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
This troublesome disease,
as we all know, is caused by im
pure bio 1. Impure blood is more
often than otherwise the result of a
torpid liver and inactivity of the di
gestive organs. Get and keep your
digestive organs in good running
order and the blood will purify itself
- dien Rheumatism disappears.
There is no treatment or remedy
more effective in the relief and per
manent cure of all ailments arising
from a sluggish liver, like Rheuma
tism, Indigestion, Headaches, Kidney
troubles, Nervousness, etc.? than
It is not a Patent Medicine? but a
pure vegetable preparation, extract
ed from the bark of a specially
grown species of the Hydrangea
plant and is compounded by chem
ists of long experience.
Try a bottle. If found not ntl claimed
for it, return to the druggist and get your
money hack, or if you ennuot spare 50 cents
(or a bottle, wri-.e itsand we will send you a
supply with our compliments. Wearedeter- !
mined everybody shall try "Seven Barks."
LYMAN BROWN. New York (City,
WE HEARTILY WISH
A MERRY CHRISTMAS,
And that your New Year will
be fall to overflowing of all
We also THANH you just as
heartily for patronage so libe
rally bestowed upon usfduring
this year, and hope these very
pleasant relations Swill con
Yours very truly,
PURE BLOOD SPECIFICS
Are Medicines that will eure the dis
ease they are recommended fer. We
have a Speci?c for "Blood troubles,"
and many people hs/re been cured with ;v\
A GUARANTEED REMEDY,
and will cure any "Blood Trouble,"
whether inherited or contracted. No
testimonials cited, but we have num
Phone 183. .
Stock o? Goods
To Make the Closing Month the Largest
in Sales of the Year.
Ii you are out buying Dry Goods of any description or
ny kind of Weering Apparel, we want you to come this
ray, We have what the people want-right style, right
alues for the money.
New Dress Goods.
JADIBS' NEW COATS AND WRAPS.
Prices from $3.50 to $25.00.1
JEW LOT LADIES" COAT SUITS.
Prices from $7.50 to $15.00.
mw LOT OF TRUNKS.
Prices from $1.50 to $20.00.
New lot of
FLOOR ART SQUARES AND RUGS. .
Special attractions and low prices ia the Millinery De?
Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishings' Department is
cady to fill your wants in great shape. Men's and Boys'
Suits, Overcoats, Hats, and every line of goods for men.
We are prepared to supply the trade in good, dependable
nerchandise. The people are buying the Goods, and we hs ve
;hem to sell, and all we ask is a chance at you-what wa
spread before you will speak for themselves.
We will heartily welcome every one that will come.
For Men, Womer? and Children.
Useful Christmas Gifts
There is nothing that would be more acceptable to the
average man than
A Suit or Overcoat
Made by 3. Huppenheimex & Co., or if you prefer a smaller
sud less expensive gift we have
Shifts, Suit Oases,
~ - . . \A.nd. TTmbfellas*'
These Goods ar* absolutely new and reliable, and ona
can feelilnre the quality of the gift is abbye tl*e averse if
Lt comes from ns.
SOLE HIRTS W U ffi
REESE & BOLT,
Clothiers, ButteT ttn? Furnishers.