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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1?I05.
?lie Population of Hie City Doubled.
The census of thc. city of Anderson
Ulken by the Walsh Directory com
.any, which is preparing to issue a
directory of tho city, reveals pome
very inlcrcst.iPK anti encouraging facts
in regard to population. Within thc
~**4?ty limita there isa population of 7,
'l im tedeial census of rjoo gave
the city a population ot 5,408, and the
increase in live years lias been ?i.ul?, au
r-^ncrease of a little more than M ocr
. cent. Including the mill villages,
which arc practically a part of the city,
. the population is 11,711. When all
these facts are taken into consideration
>t will be Been that tin* population of
Anderson has really doubled ?ithin
"he past Uve years, a record of which
-.he city should justly be proud.
Die Court of Common Picas.
The Court of Com mon I Meas con
vened Monday morning with Judge
Ernest Gary presiding. On account of
saleeday the court adjourned until the
ifteruoon when the ease <>t Mis*? Sadie
Watson against the C. v\ W. C. rail
road was culled. A consent vcidict
was taken for tho H um ol >:','>.
Yesterday morning the ease of Cole
against tho* Bl no Midge railway, a dani .
a^re unit, was taken up. but after the
j ury had been drawn it was necessary
to continue the case on account of the
failure ol a material witness to make
For various reasons all the other
casen on the calendar for ti tal at this
?erm ?ero continued, and the jurors
wein discharged yesterday morning.
.lt ie a rather unusual proceeding for
the Court of Common Plena to adjourn
on the second day ot ite sitting with
- out having heard a ningle jury case.
After hearing equity causes the court
. -ad i ou rn ed yes t erd ny n f t e rn oon.
Under tho new airangetnent of tho
circuits the next term of tho Court of
.Generul Sessions will convene here the
4hird Monday in May. and tho next
Semi of tho Court of Common Pleas
will conveno on tho third Monday in
Death of Mr. E. P. Sloan.
'Hr. E. P. Sloan died nt his homo in
tms cit}' yesterday morning shortly
after I? o'clock. Ho waB stricken with
paralysis several weeks ago, and siuco
that rime has not been able to leave
Mr. Sloan bt'longed to one of the old
est and most prominent families in the
.Piedmont n otion. He WOB 48 years of
-agent the time of his death. He was
ai son of the late Joo Kerry Sloan, one
of tho pioneer merchants of anderson,
and a nephew of Lieutenant Governor
John T. Sloan, of Colunibiu, Mr. Sloan
'-"aras n quiot, unassuming gentleman,
and a man of lino character. His busi
ness interests have been successful
under his good management, and at
' different periods in his life he was a
very active factor in the commercial
?world. He was a member of the old
drug firm of Orr & Sloan, which did a
thriving business underilla direction.
Mr. Sloan leaves a wife and one aon,
"Mortiraor W. Sloan. His brother, D.
. 1\ Sloan, and half brother, John E.
"Sadler, and his mother. Mrs. Mary E.
Sadler, also survive him. A son of
Mr. Sloan died several years nan.
The funeral services will bo Held this
: afternoon at 3:80 o'clock from tho reai
. dence, after which the remains will be
interred rn Silver Brook cemetery.
.NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY TO
TENDER ELABORATE RECEP
TION TO THE LADIES OF
*Vo be Held Wednesday Afternoon at
Anderson Armory From Two Until
.?re O'clock. Special Decoration!),
VJ?u&foand Refreshments. Ladies of
.Anderson and Vicinity Cordially In
Tho ladles of Anderson and vicinity
"Will t>e interested in knowing tn at aotlve
."preparations are under way for a rocop
. iion for their epeoial bondit. A special
--exhibition and reception committee coin
? prising fifteen representatives of the
Motional Biscuit Company are now in
-?Lia city, registered st the Chlquola
Hotel, ld any evidences of their eoinlnp
?-iiOre already apparent. Tu judge by the
. ?-elaborate preparations, the reoeotlon
promises to be something cut of tbs or
- <Siuary. The Anderson Armory bas b?en
-ongageel for the oocaxion, and is now in
' < tho faanda of a corps of directors who ac
v oompany the committee. The National
*-Biscuit-Company ls giving this r?ception
1 to enable the ladles of Anderson to soe
?.for themselves what the National Biscuit
fGosnpony has done and is doing tor
them. Notwithstanding the fact that the
name of TJneeda Biscuit, the National
.Biscuit Company'e best known product,
&s* household word In millions ot homes,
there are still many people who have
- saver learned that the soda cracker has a
Saefi raine that should give it rank
among the necessaries of life. Only those
who know Une?da Biscuit know the
?oda cr acker at its best For any re
quirement. Whether for tho nourishment
.of the invalid, orto satisfy the appetite
orf vagued health; it is equally appropri
ate. . It /represents not only the perfec
tion of tho baker's art, but its paokagp,
x whick excludes all air, moisture and
AiuBt, enables the consumer to procure it
.at?ny grocers, at any time, as fresh and
c?op as lt left the oven.
Since tho introduction of Un coda Bin
. ?alt. six years ago. more than three hun
- drrad million packages have been sold,
Twad xhe people who. bsught them are
. hungry for more.
In the mi ar. tl mo the National Biscuit
Company determined to perfect a line of
?biscuit., crackers and waters that wonld
cutest rho requirements of every occasion,
?from the oysters to dessert? This has
tba*n done, and as in the ease ot Uneeda
Blaeolr, perfect baking waa given tho
prod action cl a package which excludes
-altair, dost and moisture. Among the
ODMTf ?aacamples of the perfection to
..flbhlcb the erf of baking hes been brought
"fere Ort to re? es* Butter Tn In Biscuit. Ora
Jkam Crackers,nodal Tea B aeult, Za Zu
/tiingsr Soaps Sad other?.
irwoof dbe moat dsliolons products of
: -4hs National Biscuit Company are Nabia
?<ca?6mar Waters and Festino Almonds,
>;'iia^oonlt)?tloBn original in their concep
tion, delicion? in fl .vor, pleasing to every
-one. ?nd approi-ri<?e for auy oeoaMoo.
Every lo tv in Anderson lt* invited,
-?and fr bo ?kl bs presort at the reception
'Which will KI bald; Wednesday after
Tsniooo,ironj-?wo u?.ttl five o'clock. Orig>
vicai sad e)*b?rsit? d?roratioas t -.< ve been
r ssat lynea Cniesgo for tho occasion, and
^pproprialo refreshments will tie served
t^aa?artba supervision of a chef who ac
ocore, packe ?ho rec pt lon committee.
-T?i?i Vea?' Hasseln Orchestra will ron
.der a pi oxnam of ?ele-S?sd music and
.?here Win be pleasant entertain ment for
Foley's Sidr.uy Cure nr?ke? the kid
neys anft bladder right Contains noth
fwoft laliurtoos. Sold by Evans Fbarr
!?jk#ijaxr* ' . -.vi'
Wo aro having lovely weather now,
and thu tannera are taking advantage
ot ii ti? rush (lie work HO lon*: delayed
on account ot tho bad weather. Ton*
ot fertilizers arc being hauled away
from here tinily, notwithstanding tho
brave resolutions to OHO less this year
and reduce the cotton m-.eago. It in
HO easy to make- good resolutions, but
to keep them i? another thin;:
NV i t li all the sleet, snow arm rain that
bas fallen, tho wells have not lilied un
yet, and Homo of our people ?ire, Mill
hauling water like* they do in Texas.
Mr. and Mn*. Feliz Watkins, of An
derson, were the guests of Mr. J. lt,
Garrison and family Sunday.
Mrs, Doria Dorricott's parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Pink Bowen, of Howman,
Ga., visited her recently. They wer?
accompanied by her Hinter, Mr?. Flor
ence Gaily, bf Anderson.
Mr. .loo Stribbling and family, from
Cateecbee, have lately located in thin
neighborhood. Mr. Sthbbling will
devote hin time to the lifo insulano
Mrs. Will Hall and children, of An
derson, recently visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kay.
Mrs. li. B. Hice, who ha? been sick
fora month, does riot improve fast.
She misses thu comforting visiIH of her
daughter, Mrs. Joe Hackett, who also
has ? een very ill for several weeks.
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MisH Jane Hanson died Saturday
night at the r?sidence of her brother
in-law, .J. W. Stevenson, altern lin
gering i 11 ness. She was a daughter of
the late William Hanson and was
about bO yearn old. Tho remains
were interred in the cemetery at (jen
erosteu Sunday afternoon, the funeral
services being conducted by Hov. W.
W. McMorries, of Newberry.
Six bales of eotton on tho platform
of tho depot hero were destroyed by
tire Saturday night, lt in suppoRed
that the tire caught from a pausing
engine. The lona will hardly exceuu
two hundred dollars.
Hov. W. W. McMorries, of New
berry, preached in the Associate Re
formed church hero Sunday night.
Work on the new bunk building has
commenced, and the bank will bo
ready for business within a short time.
Mrs. ?. J. Wilson, of Anderson, is
visiting relatives in the community.
M?HS Annie Pr?vost, of Anderson, in
vi?iting friends near here.
Mrs, W. W. Beaty has returned
from a visit to her parents in New
The health ol' our cnminuuity ??riot
HO very good at this writing.
Mis. Annie Thacker died at ber
homo in Hock Mills township Wednes
day afternoon nt 2 o'clock and was
buried ut Prospect Thursday after
noon. Hov. W. B. Hnwkius conduct
ing tho funeral services.
Mrs. T. S. Neal's buby has been very
sick, but is Home better.
Tho farmers of this community are
hustling around clearing off their land
Tho wheat crop is looking line at
Mrs. Stacy McLain's baby is very ill
at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Campbell spent
last Sunday with Mr. T. P. Tate and
family. B. L. G.
March 4, 1005.
Calhoun Harris, one of Anderson's
popular business men, Bpent Sunday
with his father, J. C. Harris.
Miases Bessie Grant and Janie Cren
shaw, from near Cherry's, visited Mrs.
N.W. Grant Inst Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp, from Ri
voli, were the guests of J. W. Dickson
Mrs. J. C. Boggo and Mrs. Waymon
Boggs visited H. C. Boggs near To
Mrs. Spearman Dobbins, from At
lanta, is spending awhile with her
father, J. A. Gaines.
Geo. Bagwell, who has been a sales
man at G. E. Smith's for the past few
months, Imo returned to his home near
Seneca. Mr. Bagwell expects to leave
for Birmingham, Ala., in the near fu
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Marett, of Fair
Play, were the guests of C. D. Giles
Susie Fant is quite sick with pneu
Dr. W. K. Sharp, of Rivoli, was in
Quite n number of our citizens have
been Bullering with la grippe.
C. C. Myers, of Oakway, la surveying
land near nere today (Monday.)
Harris Bridge News.
After Borne time of rain, sleet and
snow, we are being blessed with a few
days of spring-like weather, which we
BO much appreciate. < ' , ?
Arthur Hunter, of Belton, paid our
community a pleasant visit.
Charlie Cobb. Perry Smith end
Forst Campbell, of Triangle,, visited
in our burg a few daya ago.
Mr. Campbell is at home on a visit
from Texas. His friends are glad to
have him home again.
Misses Pearl and Lessie Wilson
spent last week in Belton with rela
tives and were accompanied home by
their cousin. 'Arther Hunter.
Miss Mettle Watson, of Septus. made
a pleasant visit ?A her Aunt, M ra. ' J j
Donnie Martin, of Septus, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Satchell
Miss Corrie Mays and brother, Bas
com, visited Miss Lizzie Mitchell Sun
Kev. willie Beckom, pastor of Trin
ity church tilled his pulpit Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Beckon were guests ot
Kr. and Mrs. John Harris.
On Feb. 14th, in honor of the young
people of our vicinity, Afr. and Mrs.
John O. Harris gave the young people
a Valentine drawing, which waa maoh
enjoyed by those present. We feel
very grateful to the kind host for their
There has% boen lots of sickness in
our burg, but with good treatment all
are better we aro elad to say.
Cadet Eugene Brown, of Clemson
College, was ot home with loved ones
Saturday and Sunday.
Tho friends of Jesse White, of
Hopewell, are sorry indeed to have the
sad intelligence delivered them that he
is very ill with pneumonia. We wish
for him a speedy recovery,
A Dreamer Girl.
Card of Thanks. '
Mr. Editor: Please allow ha spscC in
your columna tu return our thanks to
our neighbors and tri en da tor the many
sets of kindness extended ur during
the illness and death of our dear moth
er. M by God's richest blessings rest
on each and every, one of. them is'our
prayer. Ezekial Hall and children.
- Sparenburg seems likely to get'
the n?xt confederate reunion.
Meeting of Educational Inion.
Thura will !>.. a meeting on Tuesday,
nih inst., of tho Kducalioual and Co
operativo Union ot Arnorica. Local
bilious that aro in arreara will please
take notice and be prepared to make
settlement with the Secretary and
Treasurer that al 1 of them may have
representation in th(? convention.
J no. Rot brock, Sec. and Treas.
Bondsmen are Liable.
Columbia, March fl-Tho Supremo
Court today rendered a very important
decision aa to tho liability of bonds
men ot dispensary constables. The
cano arose from that of Winters, a
blind tiger dealer in Charleston, who
alleged that constables in making a
search of his placo assaulted him.
He sued them for damages in thu sum
of $10,000 each and when tho case was
called the State, through the attorney
g?nerai, demurred. Tho crtso was ta
ken to the .Supremo Court and the ef
fect of tho decision is to hold tho
bondsmen liable in such casi's. Tho
practical outcome will be that the case
will go back to the lower court for
trial and tor tho assessment of dam
ages if any be allowe d.
General Reagan Dead in Texas.
Palestine, 'JVX?H, March C.-General
.John ll. Reagan, tho last surviving
member of the Confederate cabinet,
died today at his home in this city.
He died at thu age of eighty-six of
pneumonia, and had bepn in failing
health for a year or more.
Gathered in thu death chamber were
his wife and daughters. Hundreds of
telegrams of condolence are bein?
received from all parts of the United
Tho funeral will rake placo at Pal
estine Wednesday afternoon. Reagan
was the postmaster goueral in tho Con
Aftor the civil war ho Was elected a
district judge in Texas, and later to
tho United States Senat?. After re
tiring from the Senate- Judge Reagan
was appointed chairman of the railroad
commission, but from this he resigned
a few years ago. ,
At the time of his death bo was en
gaged in writing his autobiography.
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- President Ilarvio Jordan says
that half tho farmers of the South
have already taken tho pledge of the
New Orleans Convention !o reduce
cotton acreage and fertilizer appli
cation 2f> per cent and that tho otbors
will join the procession.
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That Beautir.il Gloss.
comr-H from the varnish iu Davoe'a Var
nish Floor Paint ; cost* ~> cents more a
quart though. Bold by \V. L. Brlssey.
Housekeepers are particular in tho
selection of Stoves. Tney want a Stove
that will cook perfectly and that will
give a long and satisfactory lifo of ser
vice. Buch Stoves aro sold by Sullivan
Raw or Inflamed Lungs
Yield rapidly to the wonderful cura
tive a* d healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pnoumouia
and consumption /rom a hard cold set
tled on the lungs. "My daughter had a
terrible uongb which settled on ber
lungs," says N. Jackson, of Danville,
lil. "Wo tried a great many remedies
without relief, until we gave her Foley's
Honey avd Tar which csrsd h sr." Sold
by Evana Pharmacy.
MONEY TO LOAN for home cl lon ta
on easy terms.
SlmpBon it Hood, Attorneys.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at thin time if neglected is
liable to cause pneumonia which is so
often fatal, and even when the patient
bas recovered the lunga are weakened,
making them peculiarly susceptible
to the development of conoumption.
Foley's Honey and Tar will stop tho
cough, heal and strengthen tba ?unga
and prevent pneumonia. La grippe
cough? yield quiokly to the wonderful
curative qualities of Foley'a Honey and
Tar. There la nothing else 'Must as
fcoocl." Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Make your druggist give you Mur
ray's Horehound, Mullein and Tar.
Cures your cough. 25o a bottle.
Mr. Kirksey'a Reoommondatlon.
Mr. Klrksey writes:-I give a positivo
guivanteo with ovory bcx of Rvdale's
?3 to m nc h Tablets and JLt ver Tablets I
sell, and have never bean asked to -co
fund the money in a cinglo instance. I
have used tbeae tableta la my ?tmily
with best results, W. L. Kir-aey, Mor
gan ton N. C. Ry dal o' a Tablets are pre
pared by The Radloal Remedy Company,
Hickory, N. O, V? ho authorise every
dealer in their preparations to guarantee
? avevy box Or uOvviv Oi tii?ir xn?s;ciu5,
they sell, Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
"Should Old Acquaintance Da Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind "
When you need anything usnallv'kept
In Drugstores q\oa't forget that W?hlte
it W?hlte are goner-allv open from 10 ?.
m. to 5 p. tn. lineas Paint?, as good aa
the bestand as cheap as the cheapest, al
waya on band.
fHE ANDERSON INTE
Read tho ?dvertiHeruem of Sullivan
i!dw. Cn. and loam what tb? fanners
ivho Imve ustd C'i?lo Plantern think of
them. No progret-tdve furrnor nan afford
to ho v? iibout on? of ibes? mach ino?.
Like Finding Money. |
Finding health ?B like finding money- I
io think tho ,i) vvho are ?lok. Wberi you
bave a cough, cold, Bore throat, or o&wt
irritation, better oct promptly like W.
C. Barber, of Sandy Level. Va. Ile Bays: j
'I bad terrible chest trouble, caused by j
unoke and coal dost on my langa; but,
?flor finding no relief in othor remedies,
[ waa cured by Dr. King's New Dla
yivery for Consumption, Coughs and |
yolds." O rea toa t aale of any cough or I
ung medicine In the world. At Orr, I
3ray ?fe Co's, drug etore; 50c and 91*00; !
?uniautoed. Trial bottle free. !
Free Hide on the Street Cars to
?inlpea' Gallery- If you want aa much
is one dollar's worth of Photo, work.
Prices lower than anv othor Gallery in
\nderson. and nothing but high-class
work. We will frame your pictures of
ill sizos nt short notice. We havo a large
ot of frame material on the road, which
will arriva in a few days, and with two
experienced frame makers we think we
?nu give satisfaction, both in style and
price?. E. M. Sniper, the Veteran Pbo
For Coughs-at your druggists or
Jirect from Murray Drug Co., Colum
bia, S. C.-Murray's Ilorchcuud,
Mullein aod Tar. 25o for large size
Coal ! Coal ! Blacksmith Coal !
Wo have o car celebrated washed
lilacksmith Coal; a weld made with it
ti ways :U ic lc.". Also, carry lump and
dack, which is cheaper in price. Can
il wa v? hud us at ocr ollice opposite
[Inion Passenger depot. Convenient
place to load. The T. Q. Anderson Coal
No Planter that has ever been design
ed has given such entire satisfaction to
.very one who has used them, a? the
'Cole," which is sold by Soil an Hdw.
Got off Cheap.
He may well think, he baa got off
meap, who, after having contracted oon
itipation or indigestion, is still able to
perfectly restore his health. Nothing
will do this but Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A qulok, pleasant, and certain
mro for headache, constipaci?n, etc. 25o
?t Or;. Gray & Co's, drog store; guar
For Coughs-Murray's Horehound,
Mullein and Tar. 25o for large bottle.
Are You Engaged?
Kugaged people should rflmenibfrt
that, after marriage, many quarrels can
be avoided, by keeping their digestions
in pood condition with fredric Bittere.
6. A. Brown, of ?enuettevllle, 8. C., saye:
"For yearn, my wife Buffered intensely
from dyspepsia, complicated with a tor
pid liver, until she lost her atrength and
vigor, and became a mere wreck of her
former self. Then oho tried Electric
Bitters which helped her -t once, and
ilnally made her entirely * W She ia
now strong and healthy." . r Gray A
Co.. druggist, aella and guar?_i^oa them,
at fiOo a bettie.
Always Liberal to Charoles.
Every oburch will be given a liberal
quantity of L. & M. paint. Gall for lr.
4 gallons Longman & Martinez, L. &
M., Paint mixed with.three gallons lin
seed oil. will paint a houae.
W. B. Barr, Charleston. W. Va.,
write?, "Painted Frankenburg block
with LAM. stands out as though var
Weera and covers like gold.
Don't pay 81.50 a gallon for linseed oil,
which you do in ready-for uno paint.
Buy oil fresh from tho barrel at 60
conts por gallon and mix it with L dc M.
It makes paint cost about $1 20 per
gallon. Sold by F. B. Crayton, Auder*
son; T. L. Hopper, Belton; T. C. Jack
Take Murray's Horehound, Mul
lein and Tar and stop coughing* 25c
for large bottle. Your druggist or
Murray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Attacked by a Mob
and beaten, in e ?abor i lot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago streetcar condun
tor applied Bucklen's Arnica Halve, and
was soon sound and well. "I use it in
my ramil*," writes G. J. Welob, ofTe
konsba, Mich., "and lind it perfect."
Hlmplv great for cuts and burns. Gu?y
25o at Orr, Gray & Go's, drug store.
If yon went a good, honeatly made
Guano Distributor, buy a "Cole" from
Sullivan Hdw. Co.
When you buy your Plows, buy good
ones. They cost no more and are so
much more satisfactory. Buying tho:-o
gooda from Sullivan Hardware Co. in
sures your getting tho boat on the mar
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollara to lend on Land for oliente. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
If you want good Heel Bolts. The
kind 'that have good, deep, well out and
perfectly fitting threads, buy them from
, Sullivan Hdw. Co. ;
DO YOU LIKE TO SEE
Pretty Goods ?
THEN the first time you are in Town be sure and visit my
Parlor. I am now ready to.show a
Ladies' Mercerized Sateen and Moreen Petticoats,
Embroideries, Laces, Handkerchiefs, White Silk Gloves,
Mitts, "Ve:ts, Infants'; Boys', Girls' and Ladies'
Smartest Blacks in Stockings, Fans,
Ribbons, Silks, Chiffons, Silk Mulls,
Veils, Baby Caps, Ties,
Spool Silk and Cottony
Up-to-a-minute styles in Boys', Mi ceo' and Ladies' Caps.
And I promise you in advance that my line of smart designs
in MILLINERY for the coming season will not be surpassed by
any one in the business. ' . . i
I am receiving daily invoices for large shipments from New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Louisville.
Remember, I bay and a ll for the Spot Gash. Hence, every ^
thing I am, or will, offer you for sale will be at correct prices.
MRS. F. A. BLACK
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants-AU Varieties.
PRICES-1,000 afc 81.60; 5,000 at 81.25 per 1.000; 10,000 at 91.00
per 1.000. Shipnad OL O, if desired. Fian? arriva at yqur Express
Office in good condition.
WRITE FOR MERCHANTS' PRICES. (
Cabbage? Beans, Sweet Potatoes and Turnips in season.
Orders for shipment of Tomato Plants, Set? Island Colton Seed and
3weet Potato Draws should be booked in advance.
JAS. BAY GERATY, Enterprise, & C.
Express Office. Youngs Island, 8. C.
GET THE HABIT
TO L?CK FOR
We have plenty of heavy ? hoes left, ab that we canji
?rou easily, ^-p
Western Plow Shoes, filueher Cuts, at $1.50.
Extra Heavy Shoos. ^- :^ ^?:^^?Bt
All Women's Coarse Shoes at 8?e-hew stock.
BOYS' ?N? CHILDREN'S SHOES.
We have the strongest line in tho County. ^
Our Boys' Army Sboea era the best wearers you ?an bu?
Por Girls our Beadon C&? Shoes ean't be besV
?toxn?n's and Children's Jersey Xeggias ct 5?c,
:,n*'aAi 1--*- --fV".-^. ?a? na H ? . ???.?.i - ' ???XT? r
.=rv ?y- r^jT- y^?*?. ?vr?t?. .' ."?V : ?WI Faj:'^W;M?
We mean business
o the earner* and Merchants Sank*
There you will find a? elegantly
heated building and thousands of beau
tiful, bright, sparkling
We are receiving daily all kinds of
New Spring Dry Goods.
New Spring Shoes for men, women
New line of Gents' Furnishings arid
We aire now r?ady for the early
bird in every line. ,
In a short while we will have oui*
line of Millinery.
Decide now that you will trade with
us during 1905.
Our business is a growing business,
and our friends are increasing every year.
Will be glad to see you.
For Men, Women and Children.
Our Bayers aire now in Hew ^ork, and to make room for
our Spring line of Goods we are going to put tne knife In
every article in our Store? Boom will not p?rmit us to give
I o very item, but below we'give you some Special prices :
Nov/ up-to-dato BJiiliautino, iii' pretty onion, brown, blue and black, 38
tard 52 inch, at.48o and 69c per yard.
. , . . . . . ? -, ? .
A protty line of Shirtings, the latest novelties, at 48c and 69o per y
A new line of Black Preen Goods fromrl2$c to jH'.25 per yard.
1 One lot of Remnant Sijke, worth $?Mt to close af. 25c per yard,
Fiye pieces 364nch Heavy Black Taffeta Silk, worth 81.25, at 97 c yard*
Wo are overstocked on Red and* White iTabie Damask, and will give
voil epeoial prices to close out-from 17 io up.
Splendid line? of new Counterpaaee at vesy low pricca.
One lot Men*s Suspenders, worth 20c, for this sale dc.
Genuine Menoen'? Talcum Powder, worth 25c, for this 6>le
Five dozen Lndies' Black Underskisk/ with four rofficSj value $125,
special prios 69c.
We OS?i ouO ? j ir ii ?i* ? *t:?Ueki Hud.pr .?n3?)j*?deries in the c?ty nt
markably )ow pnces.
A few dosen nair* of X*ace Curtains to rio pkced cr?.sal? at c?
We have just received a pretty Hue o? Ivies' Fancy C^U?re, r??igi?^
in pricefrom XOo to ?1^0.
One lot of
?ome to see us when you want any&iag itv fe lfce-we can save
^ ^^Ab^ Morand Boja^