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WEDNESDAY. A PIM ?. .'>,r."T).
The Walker-McElmoyle school in
the upper part of tho county celebrat
ed arbor day last Friday with inter
esting exercises. In the ult er noon
addressee were made by State Super
intendent of Education O. li. Martin,
ot Columbia; County Superintendent
Xi, K. Nicholson aud T.Frank Wat
kins. Esq., ot this city. The school of
which Prof. li, A. Abrams in principal,
is one of tho best country schools in
the State. The principle of consolida
tion has been successfully carried out
there, and the present school with its
large enrollment represents three for
mer schools. In tlie course of his re
marks Superintendent .Martin getter
twsaly offered to give one hundred dol
lar* for school improvement H hom the
Peabody fund il the patrons would
subscribe the sum nf ten dollars neces
sary to secure a school library under
tlie terms of the recent act ol the h-g
islaturo. Tho proposition was imme
diately accepted, tin- amount having
been cheerfully subscribed by the
friends of tin' school.
Hie old Ha<i of Orr's Regiment.
Mr. Editor: lt is strange at this late
day to iiavc so much discussion about
thc old lint.'ol Orr's brave Regiment
wheu itu history han been so well
known to many in this section for
years. What 1 know about it I have
beard relu ted by our who brought
home one section of the divided Hag
and in '1891 exhibited il publicly at a
reunion of Orr's Regiment at Sandy
'Springs. Ou the Pith of May, 18<H, in
?tie "Bloody Anglo" at Snott sylvania
'tile color bearer, John T. McBride, was
captured and with him Wm. Turner,
Harrison Holland and A. Evins Browne.
These four managed to secreto the tat
tered, bullet-torn Hag that had been
borne oo bravely on that day until
they had an opportunity tb cut it into
'pieces small enough ro be hidden in the
lining of their coats. Harrison Hol
land ?lied w hile they were tn prison at
Fort Delaware. The other three lived
to return, and it was A. Evins Browne,
of Co. L, Orr's Regiment, who exhibit
ed ir:fl piece of the Hag nt the Reunion
'>L?Survivors in 1S!M, tis many no doubt
?coember. Un tho Gt lt of Juno, 11)02,
he, too, crossed tho liver and joined
his com rudes on tho other shore. So
.only two of tho lour aro living-Wm.
ruiner, of Rutledge, Ga,, and Rev.
I?.im T Melinde, of Abbeville, and
\'--VY will substantiate these fads
Capt. Wm. Ferry, of Walhalla,
.-"pent several ??.j H recently with his
friend, W. I), garrison.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Mounce, of Pen
dleton, have been visiting Mrs.
Mounce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Garrison visited
relatives-at Anderson Saturday.
Capt. Thompson, of Fuir Play, WHB
in Denver Monday.
Rev. S. W. Henry preached a very
instructive, sermon nt Saudy Springs
Sunday afternoon. A large audience
listened with appreciative attention.
Miss liosa Willis aud Mr. J. I).
'.Smith, of Lebanon, were out calling
~on friends in Denver Sunday.
Honor to whom honor is due, so wu
?-think not amiss to mention the suc
cessful entertainment given last Fri
day evening by tho colored schnnl at
/Denver under the charge of Prof. J'?nn
'C. Coaxum. The speeches, Bongs,
.dialogues and drills were given in such
- a manner as did credit to both pupils
The small grain crop is coming out
.wonderfully and the fields look like
'carpets of emerald velvet spread for
-ai ri es to dance upon.
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Corner Creek Comments.
' After an elapse ot a couple of months
.Irom the columns of the Intelligencer,
we will again scribble a few points of
news that have c-ouie under our obser
vation, however not of any importance
7to many newspaper readers.
Just now is quite a busy time with
-Canners, owing to the fair weather
?daring the month of March. Yes, it
.-ras truly a March free from much
' Wind, rain and frost, and our farmers
' bave moat assuredly made good use of
? each excellent weather, for they are
Lushing right forward with one and
two-horse plows, preparing well the
land to be worked this year. However,
Jet us state that our cotton acreage
--'will be reduced this ysar at least
' twenty per cent., and feel safe
ia saving that the fertilizer bill will be
--cut: down a similar amount by some
"?few of our fair, conservative farmers.
"Chere will bo more corn, peas and cane
panted around here this year, and
.<when ,the farmers wake up to their
-sense of duty and see that it will pay
idem most to plant such product? ns
?cnn be utilized on the farm and also
?salable at fair prices, then and not till
...hen will you see higher priced cotton,
unore prosperity among the farming
.class of people and a better feeling
^exeTally will prevail throughout
this broad, fair southland of oura.
fWo would hasten that day, too, when
" an interest in agriculture is put forth
und . pushed forward till it shall have
.leached the climax and the victory
?won for the poor, depressed, down
Hugh M. Rigby, formerly a resident
.st oar community* bat aow of Pe 1 /.er,
snout n few hours here Sunday with
J.I. Crowther, a leading citizen of
- -.Jay, spent Sunday night hore with
ttoe family bf B. F. ?assaway. He
<v&3 en route to Charleston, where he
/ viii spend several days.
'Messrs. Milton and Hugh Martin,
accompanied bv their sister, A/iss Ena,
. ot Donalds, were visiting relatives
?We aro experiencing some warra
-spring weather nowadays, which is
giviug new life to all growing truck.
? Wheat and oats are making a show
.-.tndeomo of tho wise fathers predict a
<i?ountitul- tm-.-vest this year.
Tho hm)'.'J of our people is fairly
Year correspondent is now expe
riencing first leesons in house-keeping.
.Letter, lo Webb Sc Cater.
Anderson, 8. C7..
Ueir Slr : f*t*r**f. n paint that'd being
"i?Old to teJ?-ir-Mu hun'urn :
)0 per c. ti l.t. I?ut<t
fiO *? .* sion
20 *' ** narvtea
ki -20 " * whiting
?Mspyu* MA V> hiting are sand and white
"?AHh, not paint. ;
? Sonni must Uko gold bricks.
'^he'-uaoioof that ptiut ian- "pure
vlead^nnd-yjno." Tho dealer who s>el s it
isayaJit'?a? g<r?* a* f>?vn?.
i?< "Yon? tr?ly,
F. W. i.r.voi? ?S Co,
?g*?B.-W. lt. BrikHBV sell* our pahr
!. / ,;v ' ' . ?-?> .
Tho marriage ot Miss Mary Tonsley,
of Iva, S. C., to Mr. Clarence (Jay, ot
Dublin, Ga., was solemnized ut thc
home of til?- hilde's gratid-paren ts, Mr.
anil Mrs. William H. Teasley, of
Hartwell, Wednesday evening, March
20, liio:?, at s p. m.
Tin- pallor, hulls and reception room
wa? beautifully decorated iu ferns,
palms, southern smilax, Tho bride
was beautifully gowned in white silk
with handsome lace trimmings.
Mis? May Lillie Teasley preceded
the attendants. The attendant? were
Dr. S. Koot. Tatton with Miss Eloise
McCurry, and Mr. A. M. Teasley with
Miss Mae Anderson.
A delightful reception was given at
the Hotel Henrietta just after tho
wedding. The color scheme for the
dining room wa? white and green.
Tho presents were numerous and
handsome. Tho bride and ?room ?eft
on thc early morning train, amidst a
shower of rice and good wishes for
their future home near Dublin*-Hart
well Cia.j .Sun.
Mrs. Cari.e Hailey, from Andel HMO,
ia spending awhile at Mr. Handy Har
Mis. W. N. Woolbright has been
ijuite cick with grip.
Trot. Jeni Graham spent Saturday
and Sunday v. it h relative? in Ander
Miss Ulam Hun!, who has been
teaching ar Inez, has returned home
for tho summer.
Miss Jauh (?ames is on an extended
visit to friends ami relatives at Ander
son, Helton a.<d Honen 1'alh.
Mr. and .Viv Spearman Dobbins,
from Atlanta, uro residing at Town
Misses Annie and Heulali Dickson,
who have been teaching at Double
Springs and Zion, aro at home to spend
Mrs. T. Ii. Hanna has been quite
sick for the past few days.
Mr. and M rs. .I. V. Johnson, of Ab
beville, are spending awhile at S. li.
Mrs. Harriet Haves has been on tho
sick list for the past week.
Charlie Crenshaw, from near Pen
dleton, spent Sunday with Bolt Wool
Sam Milford and Vester Hayes,
from Anderson, attended church at
this place Sunday.
Mis. Hopkins, from Clemson College,
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Dutha Snelgrove, the past week.
Mrs. Nicholson entertained the little
folk Saturday night with an April
I''ool paiiv. lt was highly enjoyed by
all present. Pansy.
Our fanners are having the best ot
weather for preparing their lauds for
Mrs. lt. A. Campbell, of Anderson,
paid a visit, to her mother Friday.
There was a largo crowd at preach
ing last Sunday and listened very at
tentively to a forcible sermon from
Kev. J. T. Mann.
Among our many visitors at Triangle
wo noticed Messrs. John A. Horton and
Joel C. Kay, of Belton.
The health of our community is good.
Southern Wreck Near St. George.
Charleston, April 2.-Pasaengar train
No. 15 of the Southern Railway collid
ed wt li au incoming extra freight at
4.40 o'clock this morning between St.
George and Badham, causing the death
of four of the crew and the probable
death of a iifth man.
The dead are:
Engineer T. M. Conlon and Fireman
John Adams, colored, of the passenger
train, and Brakeman H. H. Stokes and
Thomas Johnson, colored; of the
Engineer A. T. Reed of the freight
train was fatally injured, the lower
I part of his body and legs being pinion
ed between the tender and boiler,
frightfully mangled and burned by
escaping steam. Engineer Conlon suf
fered the loss of his arms, bis fore
head was crushed in and he was other
wise frightful!; mangled. Adams and
Johnson were also literally torn to
?iieces, while Stokes seemed to have
umped from bis train and been killed
>y the breaking of his neck. ' H1B left
ear was cut oft'. All the uva are of
Charleston. Their bodies, \ '.V\ the
exception of Johnston's, wM"J: was
still buried under the wreck, 'vere
brought to Charleston about 1 "'ctack
ou a special train which had been nc nt
out for the purpose. Johnson's body
will probably be brought down later
to-night or to-morrow. Engineer
Heed H body conld not be moved. The
bodies woro met at the der-ot by Un
dertaker McAllister and can.dd to his
establishment, where they were pre
pared for tho h /ines of the deceased.
Conlon leaves a widow and six chil
dren; Stokes a widow of less than a
year married, and a young infant, and
Adams nDo loaves a family. *
The pt s longer train was in charge
of Capt. J. D. Lesemann and the
freight, Capt. W. H. Stanley. The
passenger train consisted of a light en
gine, a combination car, two day
coaches and uno sleeper and it lett
hero nt 8.20 o'clock for Columbia. Tue
freight train consisted of 25 cars and
had been made up at a poiut above
Columbia. No. 15 was duo at St.
George at 4 30 o'clock, at which hour
it ur ri ved, proceeding on its way, ac
cording to orders, and reported here.
Tho freight train had noe long left
Badham, which is two miles from St.
St. George, lt was scheduled to take
the Biding at the latter place and was
due there five minutes before tho pas
senger train, lt is reported that an
examination of Engineer Reed's watch
Hbo wed that it stopped at 3.50 o'clock.
The hands might, howe ver, have been
shoved back by the force of the vol
li si on. The stoppage of tho watch is
the only explanation Thich has been
advanced for the collision, lt is said
that Engineer Reed exclaimed juat
after the collision that he was on time,
which seemed to show that be waa
running according to bis stopped
watch. The timepiece wan inspected
officially on March 28. The fog was
also heavy at the time and there ia a
slight om-ve in the track at the place
where the trains came together. The
engineB and parts of tho. trains were
badly smashed np and ic is remarkable
that the loss of life was not greater.
Special to Colombia State.
He Kept up iii ino na?S*
James 8. Barron, Prraldent Manches*
ter Cotton Mills, Rook HUI, 8 C., writes:
"in 1883 1 pointed roy Towideuoe with
L. & M. It looks better than A great
roany houwe* painted th ree years ago;"
Don't pay il AO a gallon for linseed oil,
wb'oh \ <>u ito ni ready-for-use paint.
Buy oil fresh from the barrel- at 60
cents per gallon, and r*!x lt with Long
man & M-rnlno?. L. it id. Paint. s
It makes palm coat about fl.20 per gal*
Wearo and covora like gold.
Every Church given a liberal quantity
When bought from F. B. Ora? ton, Ander*
?on ; T. h. Hopper, Belton ; T. C. Jack?
Notice to Taxpayers.
Auditor's ?ilic??, Anderson, s. c.
At th M neniar ii]?jni)iig of Ititi ''011013'
Board of F.quallz<ttion iiold at this ollie?
:>ii tho 'jv.ii ult., a committoo wa? ap
pointed to "investigate th? records nf the
county with a view of placing the real
estate murtRagus of ttie countv upon the
tax books for taxations." The bq.nrd
took tbe position that thor? waa no good
reaaon that ovldoucoa of cr?dita ahould
escapo taxation while farrnu, live ?tock,
money, cotton milla, banka and other
property are forced to contribute to the
support ol tho government.
Tax payera throughout the county that
hold mortgage, will take notice of this
action and he prepared to give tho com
mittee auch information a? they will ask
lor, otherwise the amount found upon
tba records will be charged up for tax
ation as provided by law. *
Li. N. C. Bolatnan,
Auditor Anderson County.
Reduced Rates to Sparenburg. S. C.
Account, of the South Atlantic Slates
Mottle Festival? at Spartanburg, t?. C.,
May 3rd-5tb, I??5, tho Southern Hallway
tttiuou?oes tho very low rate of ono .irst
ulass fare, plus 25 cents, for the round
trip mun[iiuin ruto 50 eenie.)
Hatea to apply from all station?, At
lanta, Athena and Elberton to Greens
boro, N, C., inclusive, and from Charles
ton atid Kevannah to Asheville, N. C.,
inclusive. Tickets to bu sold Itt, 'Jod,
ird and -Uh of May from all point-? in the
above territory; alao on May r>:h from
stations, Greenwood u??rt (J reen ville to
charlotte, N. c , anri Asheville to Col um
ina, inclusive. Final limit of ali tickets
M:iy <i',h, 1005.
For further information aa to rate?,
ftc, address any auont of the Southern
Hallway, or Brocks Mogaan,
A. ii. P. A., Southern Ky
ANNOUNCEMENT TO FARMERS.
Il Cents for Your Cotton.
Hy shipping your cotton to Whaley it
Hivers, Charleston,. S. C., you can get ll
cents por pound provided your cotton la
the Florodora liing Staple. Last year I
planted ? acres in this cotton a nd made il
bales--nearly twice tho amount ever
made before on same land of any other
variety. Figure lt out for yourself. Do
you think it will pay vou to plant this
kind? It paid me. YOB, it paid well.
It will pay you to do the same. While
the remainder of my seed lasts I will lill
your ordor at the following low prices:
Fer singlo bushel tl") cents, live bushel
leta, fc'O canta per bushel. Seed aro guar
anteed to ba pure. Seed Hacked and de
I livered at my homo or F. 0. li, cara, An
I derson, S. C. Money promptly returned
If auoply ia ex bau? ten whrni order is re
I cMivnd. Address H. A. Gentry, Auder
o??n, S. C.. H. F. 1). No. 2.
True photographs of colt m in Held
aro now on exhibition in sbow windows
at Atkinson's drug ?toro where you may
nee samples of seed and leave your or
Farmer, try that "brag patch" this
year in "Florodora" cotton. It will make
you aomo "brag cotton." Pure seed at
Farmer, you will save both guano (mon
ev)and labor (mnnov again) if you plant
'.Florodora." Why? Beoaueo you will
tuako more por acre and get more pbr
pound. For sale at Atkinson's drug store.
Meeting of Stockholders,
Tba Annual Meeting of the. Stock
holders of the Cox Manufacturing Com
pany will be held at the office of the
C >mpany. in Anderson, S. C., on Tues
day, April 25tb, 1905, at ll 30 o'clock.
W. F. COX. President.
Marah 29,1905 41 _4
Do Youi Own Banking.
* YOUR money gets in the Bank
whether you deposit or not. If you
spend all some one ehe deposite it.
THE WI8E MAN DEPOSITS
HIS OWN, MONEY.
A thousand men win competence
by quietly saving their spare money
where one gets rich by crazy specu
The Savings Department of the
Bank of Anderson pays interest on
your deposits. .
We solicit your Banking business.
THE BANK OF ANDERSON .
If you want a Htroptr, well-LD ade, dur
xh'o Spike-Tooth Harrow, buy the
' ohio" from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
A full lino "f Blacksmith's Toula I?
?.arriod by Sullivan Hdw. Co?.
Mr. Kirk '3 Recommendation.
Mr. Kirksey writet>:-I give a positive
gua anice witb every btx of Kydale'a
Stomach Tablets and Ld ver Tablets I
nell, and bave never be*n asked to re*
fund tho?tuouoy in a single Instance I
have used these tablets In my family
with be**t results, W. L. Kirksey, Mor
ganton N. C. Kydalo's Tablets are pre
pared by The Radical Remedy Company,
Hickory, N. C, who authorize every
dealer in their preparations to guarantee
every box or bottle of their medicine,
thoy sell. Solu by Evans Pharmacy.
Now is the time to take a spring tonic.
By far the best thing to take ia Murray's
Iron Mixture. It makes pure blood and
gets rid of that tired testing. At all
druggist* 60o a battle, or direct from The
Murray Drug Co., Columbia, t?. C.
Atkinson's Florodora Cotton Seed nie
pure, select, improved and climatized.
MONEY TO LOAN for hoi*e clients
on easy terms.
Sun [rion ?fc Hood, Attorneys.
Get off Cheap.
He may woll think, he has gnt ofl
<?he>ip, who, after having contracted con
stipation or indigestion, is still able tc
perfectly restore his health. Nothing
will ?io this but Dr. King's New Lit?
Pills. A quick, pleasant, and certsii
cure for headache, constipation, etc, 2?
at Orr, Gray A Co's, drug store; guar
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usualtv kop
in Drugstores don't forget tu nt YVilhl:
& W?hlte are generallv open from 10 c
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint*, as good a
the best and as cheap as the cheapest, tl
ways cn band.
Murray's Buchu, Uin snd Juniper :
prescribed aud endorsed by emluei
physicians. It enres when all othei
fails. Prevents Kidney Disease, Drops;
Bright's Disease, etc. At all drag stor<
11.00 a bottle, or direct from The Mm
ray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Hoes that are properly set.. perfectl
tempered and that have good, well sei
Honed handles are sold by Sullivan Hd\
Farmer? commenced buying Colo
Plantera from Sullivan How. Co. as
early UH lust June. Last season tbere
were moro than 100 fanners wbo wanted
thone Planters and wore unable to get
tuena on account of inability of factory to
furnish them. This brm placed au order
last June for six car-loads of Cole Plan
ters and Distributors and bu now dis
posed of nearly all ot them. Any farmer
who will look Into the merita of these
Planters will b3 convinced of their super
iority over all others and will realize
tb?t it will pay him to lay aside all
others that he may have and buy the
Are You EagagatJ?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage, many quarrels can
be avoided, by keeping their digestions
in good condition with Electric Bitter?.
B. A. Brown, of Hennottovillo, 8. C., says:
"For years, my wife suffered intensely
from dyspepsia, complicated with a tor
pid liver, until she lost her strength and
vigor, and became a mere wreck of ber
former self. Then she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once, and
finally made ber entirely well. She ls
now strong and healthy." Orr, Gray &
Co.. druegiet, sellsand gnarantees them,
at 50c a bottle.
llave you seen the Cotton Field pic
ture1? on exhibition in our ehow win
dow? If not you ought to see them be
. fore planting "your cotton. Atkinson's
Free Bide on tho street cars to
Snipes Gallery, if you want as mirh as
one dollar's worth of photo work. Prices
lower than any other gallery in Ander
mu, and nothing but high cla>s work.
We will frame your pictures of all sizes.
We have a large lot of frame material on
hand which wo would like for you to in
spect, and with two experienced frame
makers, we think we can give natiHfac
tioa both io style and prices. We have
tsmall picture? enlarged to anv size,
Respectfully, E. M. Snipes, the Veteran
Attacked by a Mob
and beaten, in a labor riot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago streetcar condun
tor applied Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, and
-was soon sound and well. "I use it li
my famll*," writes G. J. Welch, of Te
konsba, Mich., "and find it perfect.'
simply great for outs and burns. Oui;
2f>o at Orr, Gray & Co's, drug store.
An Anderson Woman Asks
"have vou a floor paint that will last tw<
week?'?" Yes we have Devoe's ; it bas
beautiful gloss and will wear two year
if proporly applied. W. Ii. Brispey.
MONEY 'IO LOAN-A few tbousan
dollars to lend on Land for dienta. Af
Div to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
IF YOU ARE A
WE ARE COOP CAME !
There are four things that I want you to know about my
Firet That they are attractive.
Seeon?!. That they are well made.
Third. That the materials are worthy, and not used skimpy.
Fourth and last, but not by any means least, that they are
lower priced than such goods vere ever priced before by any
There is no accounting for taste in Hab?, as in other things ;
so I have equipped myself to suit all tastes. It's not my ludiness
to decide what sort of a Hat a lady should buy-it is my busin e s
to have in stock the kind she wants to buy, and sell it at a price
that will tickle the purchaser, and to have it made in such a man
ner that, io actual wear, it will satisfy so well that the customer
will always bear me in mind when sbe needs Hats. This is the
basis upon which I ask your Hat orders. \
Great variety, good workmanship, and lower prices than oth
ers ask for the same goods.
Would advise early buying, as the Easter rush will be a great
drawing card for Hats. Place your orders before the eleventh
hour, and reap the crean of the beautiful designs I now have on
MRS. F. ?. SLACK.
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants-All Varieties*
PRICES-1,000 at 81.50; 5,000 at $1.25 per 1,000; 10,000 at 81.00
8er 1,000. Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plants arrive at your Express
?nice in good condition.
WRITE FOR MERCHANTS' PRICES.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and Turnips in season.
Orders for shipment of Tomato Plants, Sea Island Cotton Seed and
Sweet Potato Draws should be booked in advance. .
JAS. BAT GERATY, Enterprise, S. C.
Express Office, Young's Island, S. C.
GET THE HABIT
TO LOCK FOR
AT TH S
We have plenty of heavy Shoes loft, so that we canjt
Western Plow Shoes, Blucher Cuts, at $1.50*
Extra Heavy Shoes. *
All Women's Coarse Sho?B at 8 5o-new stock.
BOYS! MD CHilDBP'S SHOES,
We have the strongest line in the County.
Our Boys' Army Shoes are the best wearers you can buy.
Fer Girls our Beadon Calf Shoes can't be beat.
Women's and Children's Jersey I*eggina 'afc pQc.
Over-Garters at 25o. /
Bo not buy before you see us; ^surely* will psy ?ou.
We mean business.
to the Parm?rs and Merchants Bank,
IN FULL DISPLAY AT
. F. JONES
? -v, ia '*
This Department ie prepared to suit you in beautiful
practical and becoming Millinery, in most economical and
Beautiful Spring Goods
lit EVERY DEPARTMENT.
March has been a bumper month with us.
Largest sales in our history.
We extend broad invitations to every one te
'13* v UUKT
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All in and Read; for Tour Inspection.
Our Sir. Lesser while in Kew * prk bought one of the
largest and prettiest Stocks that ever came to our eity. Now,
if you are looking for High Grade and Low Prices you will
visit our Store. We certainly have one of the prettiest
Stocks of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Millinery in Upper
Carolina. Just think ! we have something over 135,000
worth of beautiful New Spring Goods. This is no idle talk.
We can prove every word we say if yon will give us a call.
New Spring Belts from 10c to $1,00.
New Spring (Corsets fi om 24c to 81.00.
- New Spring Shopping Bags from 10o to 01.00.
New Spring Caps for infants from lOo to 50c.
New Spring Capa for Boys from 10c to 75o. .
New Spring Hosiery for Ladies and Children from 5c to 60c.
OUR DRESS GOODS
Are new and pretty, and all the ladies tell us that no ono in the city can
touch us fn quality Und prices; We have new Spring Brilliantines in all the
leading colors, VoUtis in all colors, and in fact anything you may wish in
Wool and Wash Goods _____
Now, for Cotton fabrics we do claim that' we have everything beat in
this County. Wash Qoods from 5o to 60o per yard. ': i
r T Come in and look at our line of White Goods. It will be a pleasure to
ohow you this line ; we cannot praise them high enough.
SHOES, CLOTHING, SLATS.
We only ask you to take a look, To look means to buy.
We have, a big line of Men's and Boye* QuitB.
MKS. M?KTIN 8EL?GMA.?, our Milliner, is now ready to have yon
inspect her line of Sprin/j Millinery. She will give you new>up4o-date
Goods at prices lower than our competitors. She will be pleased to have you
come and look at her Pattern Hate.
We ?? th0 originators of FKEE PREMIUMS
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