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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1905.
Mr?. Hattie A. Brownlee, wife of
'Samuel li. Brownlee, died at her home
in thin etty last Wednesday morning,
Rafter au il'neus of several months with
?Rat?vcr fatal disease, consumption.
"Jftn Thursday afternoon the funeral
-services were conducted at the home
? of the deceased by her pastor, Kev. S.
. J. Cartledge, and the remains were in
terred at .'.Uiver Brook cemetery. Mrs.
Brownlee was the eldest daughter of
tile late E. W.Brown. Sr., was born
^nd reared and always lived in Ander
em. Sho was a most excellent Chris
tian woman, and since her girlhood
had beeu a devoted and active meiu
vberof the First Presbyterian church.
As a daughter, wife and mother she
fvas faithful in all the duties of this
? -lite, and was held in high esteem by a
.wide circle of li innis, who deeply
'Sympathize with tho family in their
sore bereavement. Mrs. Brownlee ?B
survived by her husband, three daugh
ters and OIK* son. .Sin* also leaves ber
mother, Mr?. Mary E. Brown, of this
? c:ity, two brothers and lour sisters.
Her memory will long he cherished by
?ria anny friends and idatives.
Mrs. Janie ii. Buchanan, wife of C.
M. Buchanan, died at her home in this
. city last Friday morning. She was ill
on!y a few days and the announcement
of lier death was a great shock to many
?of (tor friends. Mrs. Buchanan wita
formerly a Miss Boseman, of Laurens
County," arni was about 40 years ot age,.
'She was married twice, her tirst hus
' hand being the late Chas. .Spearman,
? who died about ten years ago. By
this union one son, Chas. Spearman,
. -survives her. Several years ago she
- married Mr. Buchanan, who, with two
little sous, aro left to cherish ber
'memory. She also leaves a motlier
.and three sisters. Since her girlhood
MU td. Buchanan bad been a consistent
'?member of tho Baptistchurch, and pos
sessed many noble virtues of both
- mind and li ear L She was a very kind,
. obliging neighbor, a devoted wife and
isapther, and had the happy faculty of
.MBking a warm friend of every ac
quaintance. In their sore bereave
ment h?r many friends and loved onus
Stave the consolation of knowing that
-q&he has gene to reap the reward of a
weil ?pent life. On Saturday morning
Jtfaefdtieral services were conducted at
'ixc-.o by ber pastor. Kev. J. D. Chap
man, and the remains were laid to rest
f ia Silver Brook cemetery.
Mr-?. Villen Latimer, widow of the
late .)>; m FR M. Latimer, of Lowndes
vtllv. iliad at ihe home of her daugh
ter. Min. Onie Hill, in this city, last
Monday morning, aged 72 yeats. A
''few ?eeks ago elie came to Anderson
-jn a visit to ber daughter and other
. relatives and friends, and was uppar
-chtly in her usual health. A few days
-ago she contracted a severo cold, and
i gradually grew worse until death
. claimed her as its victim. Mrs. Latt
imer was formerly a Miss Lockhart.
? and was born, reared and always lived
in the Xiowndesville section. Sbo is
survived by three daughters. She
.leaves a number of grandchildren and
-other relatives to cherish her memo: ry.
'"She was an estimable woman, and bad
. Jong been A devoted member of the
Methodist Church. Her remains were
".carried to LowndpRv?llo nnd interred
.-yesterday afternoon by the side of her
'husband, who died about fifteen year?
Bister Katharine Burt died at the homo
</af her sister, near Kenneuaw, Ga., last
Thursday. For some timo Bhe had
titeen in bsd health and her strength
?continued to decline until the time of
- her death. She was the daughter ol
?Col. Aetuneade Burt, of Pendleton, ono
J -Of the picturesque figures in tho annals
of the historio old town. Col. Burt
?moved to Nebraska and was ene of tho
<?rst Governors of that State. His
^daughter, the late Sister Katharine,
^ras born on July 8, 1842, and was
therefore about 03 years of age. Her
?death marks the passing of the old
?am?y from Anderson county life.
Wot over thirty years she had neon a
~dessConness oz the Episcopal church
-and for the past sixteen years she had
?%een at the heed of the Appleton
Cel^iSr th-? ODIV child of Mr. and
Mira. -8. McClain, died last Wednes
day afternoon at his home in Center
-trifle Township, after a brief illness,
.aged one year. On Thursdsy after*
moon the remains were interred at
mi m ? um
ria 'Memory of Col. J. L. Orr.
'At the recent meeting of the direo
f tees of the Orr Mills the following tri
'bate to the memory of the late Col. J.
Orr, the found ci'and president of
? -tb? mille, was adopted:
"What a fell ttroke to his beloved
(family, to Anderson, to Carolinn, was
She recent death of Col. Jas. L. Orr!
''There was never a friend more
Ployai, a mill president moro astute,
^sympathetic and kind, rt patriot ana
'Statesman more djfinterested and
broad, a champion more unselfish and
brave, A practical Christian more un
obtrusive and sincere.l | He was a
man whose magnificent physique,
big brain and vet bigger heart pro
claimed him one of nature's noble
".?The directors of the Orr Cotton
Mills desire to nut on record their
/ high Appreciation of his estimable
value ae a man and SB president of tho
i mill which bears his name. They
?wish each to express a feeling of per
sonal bereavement in his removal from
?among them. They hereby voice their
-purpose to emulate the high ideals of |
-endeavor, courage, honor and integ
rity evidenced in his life.
"They extend to the stricken family
mid ali other sorrowing friends, a
?feiiokv sufferers hand of sincere sym
"Therefore, 'be it resolved that this
.expression of our sorrow and regret be
recorded ou a page of our minutes,
that a copy thereof be sent to the fam
Hy sud be furnished the press ,o? our
.?Qeo E. Prince. Ch.
- "B, F. Jtfauldin,
-TK. ?. Ligon,
* .'Committee of Directors."
ELetter to Heater Grocery Co.
Ander nan, tS. <7.
'aear Sirs: Mr. N. Avery, D lb!, N.
had two hau??*? exactly alike, and
, patnt?)d them : om. D-?voe lead anri-aioo ;
.?alie other t.?r (*.>*-? nd-zinc Ho paid
*a*tr--3 prto* C . r imt h p? I n tp"
He orno I>?K Kallona of lead and sine,
'?52Kfillnrnt? ur t,..-ai *1 zinc.
H?pfttd4<Hf r (miming l**d-ft? d sine,
/$3S for (MriCKiuM b*r> ie*-nod zinn
The lout cont o' t*ie 'ead and sino Job
.?ra?tS7-; the total etat of the baratee and
tie didn't know hs was buying bary
it-e; the denier told bim that paint wan
. rae good ea De voa.
.A fair example of how it generally
> cbme?-iont, r whim you buy "soaiotbing
if iaet MS good." Better go ?iv too nu me:'
. libe name ; and ?be natu? 1? Di vc io.
' Your? I roly,
F. W. LEVOJK ?fe Co.
-JB?. S.-W. L. Briasev sells our palnK
Far away from homo and children,
and almost among strangers in the dis
tant "Land of Flower?," death caine
suddenly and swiftly to Mr. li. B.
Dean un the ISth of February last.
He had gone there som? weeks pre
viousiyona pleasure trip, and on the
day in question had gone out on a lake
on a tishioK trip in company with
yoong Hoy hmerson, a son of a former
citizen <>t this county, and in Rome
manner that will never bo known both
Death in all its forms ia grim,
gloomy and terrible, butin this tragic
death is an added element of sadness
and pathos in that he should meet
death alone and away from home and
loved ones, and while it JB a distressing
affliction to all the family, it is particu
larly o to the youngest daughter, Mrs.
Annie Allen, the wife of Prof. .John 0.
Allen, tho superintendent ot the York
ville Graded schools. While away at
col lego at Nashville, Tena., Hbo was
summoned to the bedside of her dying
mother, but roached here only to fol
iow her lifeless form to the gravo.
A few years later her youngest brother
accideutly shot himself, and for thir
teen months she was his devoted nurse
until death claimed him. Nearly two
years ago another brother was operated
on in Charleston for appendicitis and
she reached the city only to return
with his lifeless body, and now again
lor (he fourth time death claims one of
her loved ones, and that one her
lather, and she is not aldo even to
follow his body to its laHt resting
place at Cross Hoads Church. This
will always bea sailed place to ibis
afflicted family, for here lie their
saiuted dead of three generations.
Kobert Baylus Dean was a son of
MoseB Dean, whose father emigrated
to this section from Virginia at the
early settlement of this country. Mo
ses Dean married u Miss Lewis, of the
family of Lewises that emigrated from
Virginia at tho same time, and their
family connections are very extensive
throughout this and Oconee counties.
They wero of good old Revolutionary
stock, and a branch of the family still
resides on the famous Kappahunnoek
river in Virginia.
Mr. Dean was born ut bia father's
farm near Starr, April 3rd, 183?, and
would have been 68 years old at his
next birthday. When he was quite a
I young man he was married to Miss
Amanda Burrise, a daughter of the
late Reuben Burriss of the Mountain
Creek section, and to this uuion was
born nine children, of whom nix are
living. They are: Messrs. William
and Lather Dean of this county, J.
M. Dean of Tyler, Texas, a former
member of tho Texan legislature. Mrs.
J. T. McCown and Mrs. Hugh Russell
of this county and Mro. J. C. Allen
uf Vorkvitle. Mrs. Deua died about
niuo >eurs utfo.
Mr. Deau was one of the most faith
ful soldiers of the Confederacy. Ile
volunteered in the old Fourth Regi
ment in Capt. Thomas Dean's com
pany, at the outbreak of the war, in
which command he served through the
First Battle of Manassas. At the re
organization he enlisted in Orr's regi
ment and served faithfully in that
historic command until the close of
Coming home after the surrender at
Appomattox he went to work to re
trieve his broken fortunes, and how
well he succeeded is well known in
this connty. He had accumulated a
competency by hard work and good
niljnufrnniunj; SSd t'iiil' "??li holiest desi
inga with all his fellows. He bad no
aspirations for public office, but led
the life of a quiet, usef nh law-abiding
citize n, whose example was always for
the promotion of good morals and good
order. He had been a mein uer of the
Baptist Chnroh for the greater uart of
bis life, tiret at Cross Rondo and then
The body reached this city on the
31st and on the next day was carried to
Cross Roads Church, and after impres
sive funeral services by the pastor,
Rev. M. McGee, bis former comrade
in-arms, was tenderly laid away by
the side of his wife to await the resur
rection morn. The immense congre
gation present was a testimony of the
igh esteem in which he was held
and a tribute to the worth and char
acter of the man.
This is a mysterious dispensation of
Providence! but "God moveo in a mys
terious way His wonders to perform,"
bm- the gloom of tue ?rave ia dispelled
by tibe light that shines from Calvary's
Hr.-.-- IT-u-v.",i Ut. 1.1-1 ? ?,"?
hill for a sinful world has said "what
I do thou knowest not now but thou
ehalt know hereafter," and in that
blessed reunion that is coming to them
in the presence chamber of the Great
King they shall Bee in a clearer light of
eternity and in tho glory that radiates
from His throne that "the Judge of all
the earth will do right." Till then
may He give them "beauty for ashes,
the oil of joy for mourning and the
garment of praise for the spirit of
eavinesB." A Friend.
Low Excursion Rates.
Tba Southern Railway will sell tioketo
to the following points ou tbe dates
Kuneos Citv, Mo.-Southern Baptist
Convention, May 10th 17. 1005. Rate,
one Frrst-ClsBS Fare Plas 60 cents for
round trip, $27.50. Tiokets on sale May
7 to ll, inclusive, final limit May 23d,
8i. Louts, Mo.-National Ea.*?'at Anni
vern ur y, May 16 24, 1905. Rate, one
Flrst-Ciass Fare Pius 25 coote tor round
trip, $22.65 Tloketa on sale May 14tb
loth, io di, with final limit May tftb
Asheville, N. C.-South Atlantto Mis
slonary Conference, May 17>21st, 1905
Rate one Flrat-Olaas Fare plas 25 cents
for the round trip, $4.50 Tickets on salo
May lu th, 17 tb, final limit May 23rd
ForfWortb, Texas-General Assembly
! Southern Presbyterian Chnroh, May
\8-26ib. 1905. Rate one flrsv Blass fare
plus $2 00 for round trip-$32.25. Tick
?ts ou sale May l?tb, 16th, 17tb, final
limit May 31st, 1905.
Toronto, Ont - International Sunday
S mool Association, June 20-27, 1905.
Uno first-class fare plus 50 osota lor
round trip-$26 60. Tickets <?n sale June
19th, 20th, 22nd, 23rd, 1905, limited June
Hot a pr Inge, Vo.- S ?nt her r Hardware
Jobber? Association, June 0-9, 1905.
Rat? one first-class fare plus 25 cents for
round trip-$15.60. Tickets on sale Jane
3rd, 4tb, 5tb, final limit June 18 b, 1905.
Savannah, Ga*-National Traveler*
Protective Association of A un erica, If ey
16-23, 1905 Rate one first-elass>lft.re
plus 50 cent? for round trip- $7.60. .Tick*
eta on aa'- May J 3th-14th, final limit
May 26*. 1905. X, .
Savannah,Ga,-Fourth Annual Tour
nament Souther- Golf Association, May
9-18,1905. Rate one flrst-olasa far? plus
twenty-five cents lor round trip-$7.35. \
Tickle on ?ale Mav 7th, S b, 9th, 1905,
limited MPV. 15th, 1905.
Tba is ou thorn Railway ls th? moat
direct line to all of the above points,
opMrattnft pullman 81e*-p1ng cars, blgb
bmok V? at thule Coaches with ?uporb
DintiiK Car bsrvloe.
- For detailed information ?PP1 V to any
Ticket AS*nt or R. W. HUNT,
Division Psssenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
Evary farmer ?bould have an. Adjust
able Keystone Weeder. Sullivan Hard
ware ?v>. can furplah'ineee Weeders with
either du or round teeth.
.'?latter of Freight Rales.
An important opinion was given in
Columbia la*t .Saturday by thc Attor
ney-General on the matter of freight
rates hy railroads leased by the trunk
systems. The question came up on the
matter of freight charges from Helton
to Anderson on freight shipped from
Columbia or Charleston. it seems
that a local rat?' was placed on the
freight at Helton when shipped through
to Anderson, and the opiniou wa? giv
en which concludes as follows:
"Therefore, upon tho presumption
that the railroad commission hus es
tablished such a differential in prepar
ing its tariff rates as above referred to,
? am of tlio opinion that tho mero fact,
that a part or branch lino of a railroad
has been leased to another railroad
does not affect tho straight or contin
uo!? passage offieight. and that no
differential can ho charged under tho
rulo above established until a road has
been reached that is separate and dis
tinct entirely from anotner."
As I have been a reader of your
valuable puper some time, Mr. Editor,
! shall endeavor to write you a few
?lots from our little place up in Oconeo
We haven't had Sunday School ai
this place this year, hut will meet the j
fourth Sunday ot this mouth to re
Tho school at this place is being
taught hy Prof. Jem Graham, ot Pino
Grove, and assisted by MissAnuio Mc
Whorl er, of Abbeville.
C. T. Phillips and daughter, Miss
Bessie, spent Sunday night in Wal
Newt. Richardson has charge of tho
store at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. King, o" Ander
son, were at this place a ohjrt while
last T hursday.
Mesdumes. M. A. 1! ram lett and M.
J. Moseley, of Anderson County, visit
ed the family of C. T. Phillips last
J. A. Brown and family attended
church at Townville last Sunday.
Doyle Hoggs, of near Hroyles, is
seen in this community quite often.
We believe there's some attraction for
him up hero.
Mrs. J. A. McLeskey spent several
days in Seneca last week among rela
Miss Dohina Myers and brother,
Oscar, of Oakway,' visited the Misses
Moore Sunday afternoon.
The Misses Hoggs, of Townville,
visited Miss Zila Prichard Saturday
night and Sunday. Violet.
Mrs. Ellen Latimer died Monday
morning in Anderson nt the home >f
her daughter, Mrs. Ottie Hill, aft' *
few days illness with pneumonia. b~e
had passed her three score years and
ten. Before her marriage she waB a
Miss Lockhart, and was a widow of
the late James Latimer. Her remains
were brought down yesterday and in
terred in the Symrna graveyard, of
which Church she was a consistent
member. She is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Ottie Hill, of Ander
son, Mrs. Cowan Armstrong, of Honea
Path, and Mrs. Ben C. Kay, of this
B, L: Smith ba*returned from Wash- I
ington, Ga., where he was called to
see his brother who was quite ill.
James T. Baker, of Washington, D.
C., is visiting his parents for a few
Little Rom heit Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bolin Allen, is quite sickat this
Dr. Clarencs Harper, of Greenwood,
visited his brother's family recently.
Murray's Bucha, Gin ?od J uni por ls
prescribed and endorsed by eminent
physicians. It nares when all other?
fells. Prevents Kidney Disease, Dropsy,
Bright's Disease, etc. At all drug stores
91.00 a bottle, or direct from The Mur
ray Drag Co., Columbia, 8. C.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have Jost re
ceived a thousand dozen Hoes. These
Hoea are the beat manufactured and yon
will be able to fret just tho alzo and Btyle
Ho* von want from them.
Coal ! Coal I Blacksmith Coal I
We have a oar celebrated washed'
Blacksmith Coal; a weld made with lt
always atloks. Also, carry lamp and
slaok, whloh ls cheaper in price. Can
always find us at our office opposite
Union Passenger depot. Conveniez ?
place to load. The T. Q. Andenos Coal
Co. 37-3 .
Hf. XirkSBv'S n6wSwmS3t<?'!S3.
Mr. Kirk ?ey writes:-I give a positive
?uu an toa with every bcx of Rydale's
tomaoh Tablets and 7-ilvor Tableta I
sell, and have never bern aiked to ro
tund tho money in a Bingle instance. I
have used these table? in my family
wltb best resulta, W. Xi. Kirkley, Mor
gauton N. C. Rydal a's Table's are pre
pared by The Radioed Remedy Company,
Hickory, N. C, ?ho authorize every
dealer *n tholr preparations to guarantee
every box or bottle of tfcolr medicine,
they sell, gold bv gvana Pbarmaov.
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is liko funiinr: nionoy
HO think tlii.:.ri who uro nick. Win n you
have ii VA.UKI!, cold, sore throat, or ch?*?t
lrrll?lion. better act promptly like W.
0 Harber, of Handy Level. Va. He fcavs:
"I had terrible cheat trouble, cairned by
.moke and coal danton roy lungs; but,
alter ?ndlng no relief in othor rem?di?e,
1 vran cured by Dr. King's New Dla
oovery for Connu m pt ion, Coughs and
Golda." Greatest aale of any cough or
liing medicine in the world. At Orr,
Gray ?t Co's, drug atore; 50o and 81.00;
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Raw or Inflamed Lunas
Yield rapidly to tho wonderful cura
tive and healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneumonie
and consumption from a hard o ld set
tled on the lungs. "My daughter had a
terrible cough which Bottled on her
lungH," says N. JackHon, of Danville, I
lil. "We tried a great many remedies
without relief, until we gave bur Foley's
Honey and Tar which cured her." 8old
by Evans Pharmacy.
Dangera of Pneumonia.
A cold at thin time if neglected is
liable to cauao pneumonia which is so
often fatal, and even when the patient
baa recovered the lunga are weakened,
making them peculiarly susceptible
to the development of consumption.
Foley's Honey and Tar will stop the
cough, beal and strengthen the lungs
and prevent pneumonia. La grippe
coughs yield quickly to tho wonderful
curative qualities of Foley's Honey and
Tar. There is n olin ur: else "?nut aa
j good." Hold by Evana Pharmacy.
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terms.
Himpson ifc Hood, Attorneys.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid
neys and bladder right. Contains noth
ing iniurious. Hold by Evaua Phar
Got off Cheap.
He may well think, be has got ol]
cheap, who, after having contracted eon
stipation or indigestion, ls still able tc
perfectly restore his health. Nothing
will do this but Dr. King's New Lti<
Pills. A quick, pleasant, and cort?le
cure for headache, constipation, etc. 25<
at Orr, Gray & Co's, drug store; guar
"Should Old Acqualotanos Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything uanoi Iv kop
In Drug Stores don't forgot tum WU hit'
<fe W?hlte ere generally open from 10 a
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paints, aa good a
the best and as cheap as the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
free Hide ou the Street Car? te
Huipeb' Clattery-Ir you want aa inucu
SH ono dollar'? worth of Photo, work.
Prices lower than any other Gallery in
Andersen, and nothing hut high-class
work. Wo will frame your pictures of
all si/.-vi at short notice. We have a large
lot of frame material on the road, which
will arrive in a few daya, and with two
experienced frame makers we think we
can give satisfaction, both in atyle and
prices. E. M. Snipe?, the Veteran Pho
tographer. 35-3 ca
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage, many quarrels aaa
be avoided, by keeping their digestions
in good condition with Electric Bitters.
8. A. Brown, of Bennettsville, 8. G., says:
"For years, my wife Buffered lotensely
from dyspepsia, oom plicated with a tor
pid liver, until she lost her strength and
vigor, and became a mere wreck of her
former self. Then she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once, and
finally made her entirely well. She la
now strong and healthy. ' Orr, Gray &
Co.. druggist, sells and guarantees them,
at f>0o a bottle.
Always Liberal to Churches.
Every oburch will be given a liberal
quantity of L. ife M. paint. Call for it.
4 gallons Longman & Martinez, L. &
M., Pain*, mixed with three gallons lin
seed oil. will paint a house.
W. B. Barr, Charleston. W. Va.,
write?, "Painted Frankenburg block
with L A; M. stauds out as though var
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay ?1.50 a gallon for linseed oil,
which you do in mdy-for use paint.
Buy oil fr( .Ui from the barrel at 60
cents por gallon and mix it with L. & M.
It makes paint cost about $1 20 per
gallon. Hold by F. B. Cray ton, Ander
son ; T. IA Hopper, Bolton; T. C. Jack
Atlaoked by a Mob
and beaten, in a labor riot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago streetcar conduc
tor applied Buck len's Arnica Salve, and
waa soon sound and well. "I nae it In
my famil?\" writes G. J. Welob, of Te
konsha, Miob., "and find lt perfect.'
Him pl v great lor outs and burna. Onij
26a at Orr, Gray <fe ?o's. drug atoro*
AB Anderson Woman Ask*
"novo von a floor paint that will last tw<
weokt?" Yes we have Devoe's ; lt bas i
beautiful gloss ?nd will wear two year
if properly applied. W. L. Brlasey.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ac
nlotn R. TT. Martin. Ae/tmav.af.T.aar
IS IT MONEY YOU ARE AFTER?
IF you answer yje, theu let me stoutly insist that it is what
one saves rather than what one earns that insures wealth. You
will earn and save more aa soon as you commence trading with
me. Do you ask why ? I answer : Because I buy and sell for
the spot cash. Don't have to pay from four to eight hundred dol
lars per year lor store rent. I design my o*n Hate, thuB saving
850.00 to $75.00 per month for a Milliner. I give my customers
the advantage of all this saving by selling decidedly cheaper than
my kind competitors.
2000 Hats are now in the house and more coming. These
Kata range in price from 25c up.
500 pairs Boys', Mieses' and Ladies* Hose 10c to 35c.
500 Ladies' Summer Undervesis Go io 25o.
200 pairs Ladies' White Gloves, look and feel like Silk, 10e
250 Boys', Misses' and Young Ladies' Caps.
500 open and close Fans two for 5 c to 25c. $
These are but a few things carried in stock. I have bought
heavy and expect to sell close.
LISTEN ?-1 guarantee every Hat in my house not to be
any job lot, but tasty, up-to date designs, and up-to-a-minute in
Gorae and taste of my Bargains and you will thirst for more.
Remember that the old livo in the past, the young in the fu
ture, the wise in the present. Be wise enough to know a Bargain
when you see it, and you will unconscioualv nnd yourself on your
war to the CHEAPEST MILLINERY STOKE in Andereon,
which will be found j wt one door below the Bank of Anderson,
on South Main Street.
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants-AU Varieties.
PRICES-1,000 at $1.50 ; 5,000* at 11.26 per 1,000; 10,000 at $1.00
Sir 1,000. Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plants arrive at your Express
rheo in good condition.
WRITES FOR MERCHANTS9 PRICES.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and Turnips in season.
Orders for shipment of Tomato Plants, Sea Island Cotton 8eed and
Sweet Potato Draws should be booked in advance.
JAB. BAY GER?TY, Enterprise? B. C.
Express Ofliett. Youngs Island, ft C _, ? '
GET THE H ABIT
TO LOOIC FOR
We bave plenty of heavy Sheet left, no that we canjBt
Western Plow Shoes- Blucher Cuts, at $ 1.50,
Extra Heavy Shoos. M
All Women's Coarse Shoes at 85c-new stock.
BOYS' tm CHILDREN'S SHOES.
We have the strongest line lit the County.
Our Boys' Army Shoes are the best wearers you eau buy.
^or Girls our Seaden Calf Shoes can't bo beat.
Women's and Children's Jersey X?gglns at 50o.
Ov6?-0arte?s at 25c
Do not buy before you see us.^It surely will pay yen.
We mean business. -
to tho Farmers and Merchants Bank.
- COME TO -
C. F. JONES
There you will find an 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 Gents9 Furnishings and
We are now ready for the early
bird in every line.
In a short while we will have our
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 Buyers are now in Kew fork, and to make room ft?
pur Spring line of Goods we are going to put the knife .ja
every article in our Store. Boom will not permit us to give
every item, but below we give you some' Special pri?es:
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Now up-to-date P:iSir.ntinc, in pretty onion, brown, blue and black, 3&
ard 02 inch, at 48o and 69Q per yard.
A pretty lino of Skirtings, the latest novelties, at 48c and 680 per yar4.
A new line of Black Dress Goedafrom 12Jo to ?1.25 pot yard. J
Ono lot of Remnant Silks, worth f 1.00, to close at 25o per yard.
Five pieces 36-inch Heavy Black Taffeta Bilk, worth $1.25, at 07c yard?
We are overstocked on Red and^Whit? Table Damask, and *Ui giya
you sf 'Dial prices to close ont-from 17 Jo ?p.
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Bplendid line of new O?unterpanea at v^y low prices.
One lot Men's Suspender^ worth 20c, for thia sale 9c.
Genuine Mennen> Talcum powder, worth 25fe, for this sale 16o,
^ Five dozen Todies' Bick Underskirts, with four rtfft&, value $1,25?
special price 69c.
V Vt* can show'??joh ?beprettiest line pf Embioideries in the city it ie-*
markab!? low prfceai
A few doten paira of laceCurtains io be pleoed on ?Oe at co&t
We have just recelad a pretty ?\of CC??SS, raagss^
in price from ?Oc to 81 .?U
One lot of Men's Shoes, worth WM ros tWs salo $2 ,98,
Como to eeo us when you want anything in ?ie Shoe linc-we can ??y$
? b^c Une of Men'c and Boys' Clothing and Hate at prto* that
defy competition. _
Lesser & |piw?
Leaders' of Low>\Prices*\'