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You Should Have One for the Other.
The Roller Tray Trunk
Bas no equal. Superior in everyway to the ordinary old
style Trunk. Extra comfort. No extra cost. Simple
Strong. Cannot get out of order.,
You do not buy a Trunkoften,
When you do get a good one.
It should be well made?made to last.
It should be convenient in every respect.
It should be correct in style and finish.
IT IS THE ROLLER TRAY YOU WANT.
With it the pleasures of traveling are doubled, because
youpack and unpack without lifting. A simple, motion of
the hand puts the tray out of the way.
We carry in stock? >
As high in price as I20.CO. We also carry a fine assortment
down as low aa $2.00.
ost any style and price you may desire.
Dress Suit Gases,
Club Bags, Satchels, '
aot equalled in this city.
We offer first-class goods at reasonable prices,
yby buy a cheap article when you can get % good arti
cheap. ? -,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1905.
THE COTTO? M ASKET.
Good Middling? 8.
Strict Middling? 7J.
Miss Emily Divver is spending sev- !
eral days at Tomassee.
Dr. B. A. Henry visited relatives in*
Elberton, Gn., last week.
Some of oar people are having ripe
peaches of their own raising.
L. P. Smith will ran his excursion to
Charleston next Tuesday, 13th iost.
Gen. Thos. W. Carwile, of Edgefield,
was in the city last week on business.
The harvesting of the small grain
crops has commenced in this section.
Miss Lena Prior, of Belton, is visit
ing her muter, Mrs.J. C. Cummmgs.
Anderson was well represented at all
of the college commencements the past
Mies Louise Johncon, of Chester, has
been spending several days in the city
A good many people from this sec
tion contemplate visiting the moun
tains this summer.
The potato brigs have made their
appearance in some sections and are
damaging the plants.
Assistant Adjutant-General John M.
Patrick spent Saturday and Sunday in
the city visiting his family.
The man who asks if it's "hot enough
for you" has made his appearance along
with other summer nuisances.
Miss Idelle Bice, of Belton, has been
spending a few days in the city as the
guest of Mrs. C. C. Cummings.
E. W. Johnson and wife, of Spartan
bnrg, have been spending a few days
in Anderson visiting relatives.
The weather in this section the past
week has been line, and the farmers
have made good use of the time.
Mrs. Baylis Clarhe, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs.
W. H. King, and other relatives.
Earle Lewis, who has been with the 1
Chiqaola Drug Company, has resigned !
to accept a position m Greenville.
Our young friend, DeWitt Masters,
who has been attending college in Mis
sissippi, has returned to Anderson.,
The crop of frying size chickens
seems to be pretty good in this section,
and the price is 15 to 25 cents each.
An interesting programme is being
arranged for the amusement of the
people who visit Anderson on July 4th.
Capt. Alex. McBee, of Greenville,
spent a few days in the city last week
visiting his daughter, Mrs. S. M. Cray
More than three hundred teachers
have applied for rooms at Clemson for
the summer school, which opens the
Rev. S. J. Cnrtledge is at Westmin
ster this week assisting in a series of
meetings in the Presbyterian Church
Some of the farmers about Honea
Path, says the Chroniole, are offering
as high as one dollar a day for hoe
The work of widening River street
haB been completed and it adds greatly
to the appearance of that section of
the city. s
J. P. Carey. Esq., one of Picken a'
popular lawyers, spent a day or two in
Anderson the past week on professional
Mrs. J. Bennett Town send and chil
dren, of Anderson, are visiting her
father, Sheriff T. J. Ducaett.?Laurens
In a few v/eeks peaches and water-.
melons will be plentiful. Then every
body will be happy and healthy, or
ought to be.
Miss Lillie Barries, who graduated
last week from the normal department
of Vanderbilt University in Nashville,
has returned home.
What are you going to do with your
grass, brother farmer'/ Will you let
it stand and make hay, or plow it up
and plant the land in peas?.
The Citizens1 Insurance Agency is
now occupying its new office over At
kinson's drugstore. Q. Frank John
eon is in charge of the office.
Prof. Ii. D. Eppe, of Cokeabnry, has
been spending a few days in the city.
He was formerly an instructor in the
old Patrick Military Institute.
Rev. M. B. Kelly, the popular pastor
of St. John's M.E. Church, who has
been confined to his room for several
weeks, is ablo to be out again. -
W. N. Walker, who recently moved
.to Anderson from Chester, S. C, has
formed a partnership with Ruf us Fant
to conduct a real estate business.
All pedestrians now have io pay an
admission fee of ten cents to Holly
wood Park. Those who travel on the
cars are admitted free to the park.
Rev. E. 8. Jones, of Walhalla, spent
last Sunday in the city'and preached
at both the morning and evening ser
vice in the St. John's M. E. Church.
. All places of business, except the
drug stores, now close every afternoon
except Saturday at 6 o'clock. ' Bear this
in mind and do your shopping before
Frank H, Cunningham has gone to
New Orleans to install some cotton
mill machinery for ? Northern firm
with which he has been connected for
A North Carolina editor says that a
man who will take his county paper
three or four y ear a without paying for
it will pasture a goat on nia grand
Lient Clarence D. Jones, of the
United Btatca Navy, is spending his
furlough aft hit Old home in this county
visiting bis father, S. A, Jone?, and
The Acts of the last session of the
Legislature have been, received by the
Clerk of Court and are ready for dis
tribution i.tnong the magistrates and
Ruble, the 18-mootbs-old daughter
of J. C McKenzie, died last Wednes
day evening at his home at Orr vi lie.
On Thursday the body Was carried to
Piedmont for interment.
With tho closing of the colleges and
the rat urn of *,be students, Anderaon
will now begin to take on new life so*
ciatly and this brightening up Will
continue until the summer exodus.
Mies Florence Percival. of Haiti- I
more, who has been spending several
months in Florida, ib in the city visit
ioK her sisters, Mrs. T. S.Craytou uud
Mrs. VV. S. Brock.
There are more Hies in this section
tiiia Gummer than ever before, and all
sorts of methods have been adopted
by citiceus to rid their homes, stores,
offices, etc, of the pests. &
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Allen, of
Yorkville, are visiting relatives in the
city. Mr. Allen is principal of the
Yorkville graded school, which baa I
just closed its year's work.
Wra. W. Sullivan is at Hot Springs,
Va., representing the Sullivan Hard
ware Company in the National Con
vention of the Hardware Jobbers As
sociation, which convened yesterday.
Mrs. Eva S. Murray attended tho
commencement exercises of Mercer
University at Macon. Georgia, last
week. Her son, E. B. Murray, was
one of the graduates of the institution.
Last Saturday afternoon at Holly
wood park the Honea Path baseball
team and tho Anderson cotton mill
team played a game of ball which re
sulted in a score of 11 to 0 in favor of
Miss Cornelia and Lillian Snelgrove,
of Anderson, were on a visit to their
cousin, Mies Florence Fleming, uear
town. They are attractive young wo
men and received muoh attention.?
Mr. Simon Strauss aud wife and Mrs.
A. Lesser left last Thursday tpr New
York, where tbey sailed ou Monday
for Europe to visit relatives in Ger
many. They wilt return home about
the middle of August.
Robert A. Abrame, who has been
teaching a consolidated school, with
more tban a hundred pupils and two
assistants, in Anderson County the
past session, is home to spend some
There will be an all-day singing at
Hopewell Church the third Sunday in
June. Everybody ib invited to attend
and carry with them well-tilled dinner
baskets. All leaders in singing are
especially invited and urged to at
Jan Stnstney, of Prague, Bohemia,
with his wife, seven children and a
young nepbew, arrived in the city Fri
day. They will settle in the county,
where a brother of Mr. Stastney has
been living for several years, and will
engage in farming.
A great many of the people of the
city are attending the various college
commencements this week. The city
and county have been well represented
at all the leading colleges in the Stat",
and a number of the students will be
among the g;adm?tes.
Capt. P. K. Norris and wife, who
have been spending the past eight
months at Winston-Salem, N. C,
visiting the family of their son-in-law,
L. E. Notroee, have returned home
and are warmly welcomed by their
many friends in the city.
Although the weather has been warm
I for the past ten days, very few people
are complaining, for the weather is
most suitable for cultivating cotton.
I The farmers appreciate the hot weath
I er to tbe lullest extent, it being the
I kind they want for killing grass.
Tho Ohio, Knoxville and Port Royal
-Railway, tho Ohio River, Anderson
and Tidewater Railroad and Chatta
nooga, Anderson and Atlantic Rail
roads have been consolidated, ac
cording to papers 'Wed in the office
of the Secretary of State at Colum
Thos. J. Ratline, of Anderson, paid a
brief visit to bis wife and children,
who are spending a fow weeks with
relatives in Walhalla, Saturday and
Sunday, returning nome Monday morn
ing.. We are always glad to meet our
esteemed and good friend.? Keowee
As usual when the cotton market is
on the rise, there is very little cotton
being offered for sale. Occasionally a
few bales are sold, but a majority of
those who have cotton seem to be
Holding on and watching the weather.
So long as tbe rain continues they will
continue to hold.
Rev. S. J. Cartledge, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church of this city,
preached the commencement sermon
to the students of the Presbyterian
College of South Carolina at Clinton
last Sunday. His sermon was spoken
of most favorably m the newspaper re
ports of the occasion.
Oconee County has lost one of her
best citizens in the death of Stephen
A. Marett, whioh occurred at his home
near Fair Play on the 17th inst., after
a brief illness. He was about. 80 years
of age, and was born, reared and spent
his life near where he died. He leaves
rive sone to cherish his memory.
Rather than have very grassy cotton
chopped at a cost of more tban one
dollar an acre the farmers in many
sectiona of the State are planting a
row of corn in every cotton middle and
will plow up the cotton ?s the corn is
worked. We have not heard of any
being done that way in this county.
Mrs. Sue Hughes, wife of Ben. P.
Hughes, an efficient engineer on tbe
Southern Railway, died at her home in
Greenville last Friday morning, after a
brief illness. Beside* her husband,,
she leaves three little children. Mrs.
Hughes bad a number of friends sind
relatives in Anderson, who deeply re
gret her death. v
The many friends here of Rev. O. J.
Copeland will be interested to learn
that he has been called to the pastorate
of the Jackson Hill Baptist Church.
Atlanta, and it is thought that he will
accept. He haB for several years been
located at Waynesboro, Ga., wbere he
ie very popular as paetor of the Baptist
Church at that place.
The firm of B. M. Ellison, Brother &
Co.. which has been conducting a gen
eral merchandise bnsiness at Honea
Path, has gonr into involuntary.bank
rnptcy. The liabilities are said to be
nbont $5(000, with assets amounting to
$2,600. The first meeting of the credi
tors trill be held next Thursday before
A. H. Dagnal), Esq., referee m bank*
The Seneca correspondent of tbe
Keowee Courier, says: "Miss Estelle
McKinney, who has been with Raskin
Anderson the past season, will return
to her homo m Anderson June 1st.
Miss McKtnney has made many friends
while in 8enect?. who regret that her
stay is thnsowt short. They hope to
see her hero again with the coming of
the next business season."
Zota T? Bnrriss was struck by a trol
ley car Friday while crossing tbe track
on South Main street, near bis home,
and sustained painful bruises on his
body. He is partially deaf and failed
to hear the car approaching. An ex
amination of his wounds by a phyal
oian revealed no injuries of a serious
nature, and it is expected that he will
soon be able to get out again. This is
the first accident of any consequence
that has occurred since the in au gam- ;
tion of the street car syt>t?m in the .
Tho Sunday School at Shady Grove I
Church, in Helton Township, ?rill hold
a rally meeting next Sunday, and to/a
exercises that day will have special
reference to tho Sunday School work
in that church. Tho pastor will preach
a sermon in the morning on tho duty
of a Church towards its Sunday School,
and in the afternoon tuer? will bo ad- I
dresses on the satuo goneral liuo of
Tho Martinez (Ga.) correspondent of I
i.h? Augusta Chronicle, under dato of
the 1st inst., says : "Mm. Minnie Wat
son, of Anderson, S. C, so well known I
u few yours ago i?s tho beautiful Miss I
Gardner, of Edgclield, Iiub been on u I
visit to lier parents here. She sneaks
of Anderson as a mont beautiful and
thriving town. Her husband, Mr. T.
\Vat?ou, is ouo of its v-zenlthicst aud I
most enterprising citizens."
A through PuUmi near and a through
passenger coach will be run by tho I
Southern Hail way to tho Confederate
Reunion in Louisville, Ivy., next Tues- 1
day, loth inst., via Anderson, Seneca, I
Atlanta and Chattanooga. These care I
will bo attached to the regular passen- |
ger train leaving Anderson nt 11 a. tu. I
and will arrive in Louisvillo next I
[ morning at s o'clock. The round trip J
fare from Auderson is $10.00.
A commission has been issued by tho
Secretary of State to the Jackson Cot
ton Mills of Iva. Tho corporators are:
D. P. Mclirayer, of Auderson, T. C.
Jackson, W. P. Cook and W. T. A. I
Sherard, of Iva. The capital stock I
will be $200,000. Iva is a growing and I
progressive town, and is situated in a I
splendid farming commuuity. A ban!: I
was established there during tho early I
spring, and in now in successful opera- I
Mr. George McClain died at his
homo in Cuntervilie Towusbip last
Sunday night, after a long illness with
consumption. On Monday afternoon I
the remains were interred at New j
Prospect Church. Mr. McClain was I
43 years of age, and a wotf worthy, I
upright man, whose cVath is deeply
regretted by a wide circle of friends. I
He leaves a wife and eight children,
tho youngest of whom is only three I
The Anderson Real Estate and In- I
vestment Company bas been organized
in this city with a capital of $50,000. !
Its business will be to buy, develop and !
sell real estate. The following ollicers f
have been elected: President aud
Treasurer. P. G. Brown; Vice-Presi
dent. B. P. Mauldin; Secretary, A. S
Farmer. These officers, with R. K.
Ligon, U. P. McBrayer, J. J. Fretwell,
Geo. E. Coughlin and R. S. Ligon,
constitute the Board of Directors.
Miss Janie Mitchell died nt the home
of her brother, J. B. Mitchell, in the
Storeville suction, on Sunday, Ost h
ult. She had beon iu feeble health for
a number of years and tho announce
ment of her death was no Bhock to her
friends. Miss Mitchell was .a daughter
of the 'ate Nathaniel Mitchell and
obout 50 yearn of age. She was a most
estimable woman aud greatly beloved
by a wide circle of friends, who will
long cherish her memory. She had
long been n devoted member of
Varenncs Preabyteriuu Church, where I
her remains were interred the day fol- j
lowing her death, Rev. H. C. Fennel
conducting the funeral services.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany has paid over to the city authori
ties the license tax of $100 imposed hy
the council upon tho company for do
ing business in Anderson, together
with the penalty aud the costs of the
action that was started in the courts to
have the license ordinance declared in
valid. A temporary injunction wob
6ranted by Judge Brawley of tho
nited States District Court some time
ago, restraining the city clerk from
collecting the tax, but this was dis
missed when the matter came up for a
bearing. Leave was given the com
pany to file an amended answer, but it
was finally decided to abandon the
fight and pay the license.
A press dispatch from Knoxville,
Tonn., under date of the 4th inst.,
says: ''The ill-fated block of there
tail district which has suffered a loss
$2,000,000 by fire in the past eight 3 oars
was the scene of a fire Sunday, which
broke out in the dry goods, notions
and millinery homo of M. B. Arnstein
& Co., 412-414 Gray street. Within
lees than ah hour, this four-Btory
building was entirely gutted, and only
by the hard efforts of the entire Are de
partment were the fi?mes confined to
that structure. Arnstein &. Co. esti
mates their loss at ?75,000, with insur
ance of 800,000." The members of this
firm formerly resided aud did business
Fn Anderson, aud their friends here
will regret to hear of their misfortune.
The Greenville News of yesterday
say s : "Judson, the 14-months old son
of Prof, and Mrs. B. E. Geer, died Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock in thiB city.
He had been in delicate health for
several weeks but not seriously ill un
til Saturday. He was an exceptionally
bright child and had endeared himself
to all tho family, especially to Dr. Jud
son, for whom he was named.. Brief
and appropriate funeral services were
conducted by Dr. Cody and Dr. Potent
at the residence of Dr. Judson yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, after which
the interment took place at Spring
wood in the University Square. A
large number of friend'-) were in attend
ance." The bereaved parents have
many friends and relatives in Ander
son County who will deeply sympa
thise with them in their sorrow.
The following petit jurors have been
drawn to serve at the approaching
term of the Court of Common Pleas,
which convenes on Monday, 19th inst. : J.
H. Mattison, S. D. Brownlee.R. L.Rob
inson, R. H. Pharii W. W. W hite, O. D.
Anderson, W. L. Tribble, N. B. S harpe,
Anderson; E. T. Breazeale, Jno. A. Fant/
M. A. Jlfabaffey, Beiton; J.JG. McNeeley,
M. M. Morritt, Brushy Creek; J. N.
Shaw, R. D. Smitb, J. S. McFall,
Broadway; Marcus King, Center vi 1 le;
Lern Reia, Corner; H. J. Martin, Gar
vin; David Owen, W. R. Cartee, W.
W.Harris, Hone well; J. B. Cothran,
S. A. Haynes, Honea Path; J. B. Lov
erett, Hall; J. R. Garrison, S. L. Es
kew, Pen dicton; S. F. McConnell, Sa
vannah: Way mon Gilmer, W. C. Lee,
E. F. Heed, A. S. Marders, Varennes;
W. W, C lard y, W. A. Stephens, H. M.
Prince,^. T. Welborn, Williamston.
Pelier Schools Clcse Alter S noces s fui
The Pelzer graded schools have jnst
closed a very successfnl year with a
delightful entertainment in which all
the grades oartfeipated. The program
waa splendidly rendered, which re
flected great credit npon Supt. Bonner
and his assistants.
This is Mr. Bonner's second year as
Superintendent of the schools and his
administration, has been extremely
successful. There has been during the
past year 000 to 700 scholars in attend
Copt. Smyth basso earnestly de
sired that the children of Pelzer have
all the educational advantages possi
ble, he has provided two magnificent
school buildings, splendidly equipped.
We feel sure that the prosperous year
lust closed is very gratifying to him,
Supt. Bonner is hopeful of tho future,
and predicts that next year will be the
best Jn onr history.?Greenville News.
Torture of a Preecher.
The Story of the torturo of Rev. <). D. 8
Mooro, pastor of tho Baptist Church, of 3
Harpersville, N. Y . will interest you. s
He Kay?: "I suffered agonies, because of
a perslsteut cough, resultlug from tho j
sjrip. 1 had to sleep sitling ' up in bod. '
1 tried m ho y remedies, without relief, !
until 1 took Dr. King's Now DiHCovery '
for Consumption, Cough? aud Coldp, 1
which entirely cured uiy cough, and
savod me from consumption," A grand '
euro for disunited conditions of Throat
and I iii h us. At Orr, <irav A* Co.. drug*
?ist; prico :>ov; and $1.00, guaranteed.
Trial bouio free.
Letter to Anderson Casli Grocery.
Anderson, S. ('.
Dear Sirs: You soil a good many
things by tho gallou. Being a decent
man, you give full measure.
You know what wo mean : you know
that short weight aud abort measure are
common among?well, wo hone there aro
no ehort measureu and weights in your
There are, though. Ribbons aud laces
and trimmings. Hold by tho "dosen,"
meaauro nine or ten yards. There ia no
complaint, becaiiHO "ihoy all do it."
You have the pamo plague in your goods
?nearly everything, canned or bot
tled, cheats in the quantity. Almost
nobody gives full weight in a factory
package ! *
We aro one of tho almost nobodies.
We sell paint, by the gallon, to paint
your house ; and our gallon is just the
same bI/.q as yours that you measure
vinegar with?281 cublo inches.
Good paint too?Devoe lead-and-zlnn?
takes fewer gallons than mixed paint
and wears twice as long as lead-and oil.
You own a house. That's why we aie
writing to you.
F. W. Lkvok it Co.
P. s.-?W. Ij. Brlssev sells our paint.
An Anderson Woman Asks
"have you a floor paint that will last two
week*?" Yea we have Devoe's ; it has a
beautiful gloaa and will wear two years
if properly applied. VV. L, Brissoy.
Genuine Terrell Thick Center Heel
8weeps are all set and sharpened, loady
for use. These Sweeps are manufactured
from ?neat quality spriug tempered
steel, which insures the Sweeps retaining
tbelr original set. These Sweeps uro
sold by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
I MM.'II *
Interesting to Asthma SufPeyers? Vit
S"I have had asthma for three or fe?.ir
rears und have tried about all the oong?. i
ind asthma <-ures in the market," sayt- i
Daniel Hantz, of Ottervllla, Iow?> ut?& >
lave received treatment from phy aidant ?
n New York and other cities, but got.
very littlo benefit until I tried I'oley.'?-?
Honey and Tar which gave bis immo
iiate reliof and 1 will never be without
It in my house, I Hincerel^ r.?or, raruon m
It to all." Hold by Evans Puarcnary?
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fato to Luve to ftndtl :
tho terrible torture of Piles. "I caxti
truthfully sav," writes Harry Colsoa^off
Masonville, la., "that for i;?ind, Blee?~
inp, Itchingaod Protruding Pilen, l?uck..
leu's Arnica Salvo, Is the b*m cux >?
made." AIho beat for out*, burns aucit
Injuries. 25s at Orr, Oray A Co.* drug.
The labor and exnonaeof farming csr>
bo greatly lessened by having Improve*:!
and up-to-dete Implements-such as sr& .
sold by Sullivan Hardware Co.
Notnlny Risked, Nothing 6aioe&.
You risk r othlng, in buying EilioUV?
Einulsitiod Oil L.iuiment, because yoh.
get your money back if not satisfied..
Your gain is great, because you get the ?
beat liniment ever made. Best for Rheu
matism, best for Sprains and SweilingB..
best for use in tho family and on yoon
stock. A full \ pint bottle costs but ?:.
cents. No risk, all gain. Sold by Rvauftv
The Patent Yiotor Hesl Sureepe, SONU
by Sullivan Ifdw. Co, are verv popular
with many farmers. The Wings or
Blades ot these Sweeps are attached will.1
bolts to a Standard of Malleablo Iron*
which will not break. The Wings carw
easily be detached and sharpened. The.
8weep never has to be set as the or im' va?.,
set is never changed. For this reasoxt*
they are very popular.
When you want a good Harrow oa
Cultivator you should call on Sullivanj
Hardware Co. and inspect their line..
Their Btock comprises all of the lateal.
and most Improved Implements.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have a tremen
dous stock of well selected Cotton Hoes,.
Their Hoes have good, full-sized. Troll
seasoned straight handles and blades of,'
proper set and perfect temper. They ear.)
furnish these Hoes with or without
rivets through the shanks.
Now is a good time to buy a new Buggy and Harness*,
and we 'want you to look at our large stock of the latest anc?i
best up-to-date styles, and it will be no trouble for you to*
make a selection. Our work is all sold under guarantee. We>
have extra bargains to oner. Give ub a trial. Our prices arcb
low and terms to suit.
THE J. S. FOWLER COMPANYS
P. S.?We have a few last Fall's Jobs to go at Coet.
Who want to Dress Stylishly at Little Cost, and "c?eir nam&>
is legion," will derive much pleasure and lasting benefit byr
examining our large and splendid Stock of?
STYLISH SPRING SACK SUITS.
. COPYRIGHT 1905 BY
iTHE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEMES
These Suits, as well as all our Clothes for Young men, are cut ]V*ccor&
ance with Fashion?just as the most exclusive custom-tailor would do* it??
and although ready-to-put-on, your size garment will fit as if made [to .your
measure. BM&t^^f *%?09
We like, especially, to have young fellows who have not been qui te" sat
isfied with their Clothes, to come and examine our "EMPIRE" SUITS?aa&
see what we can furnish them at?
$5.00 TO $15.00.
The materials, style and making you will find entirely toff yourjliking?
hand-work in all the essential parts?and well finished in all theflitile de
tails necessary to style and good appearance. Coats with fine shoulder]efitatft:
and the graceful hang which young men of fashion fancy.
NEW HATS FOB YOUNG 3?EN.
All the nobbiest blocks of the leading makers are here at money-saving
prices?from 50o *o 92.00 less than you can get equal quality for a?oibev
Stores. Look eist re at Hats selling for 12.00 to 95.00, then come bex??
and see what well give you at 91.50 to 95.00.
REESE & BOLT,
The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
Next door to Farmars and Merchants Bank.
A GOOD TIME
To hav> your Carriage and Buggy Repaired and RopsinUd,
bo they will be ready when you need them. We hp.ve a splen
did stock rood, dry Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Wheels ; also, Lun>
ber in the rough, and nearly everything it takes to put a vehicle
in good shape, with plenty good help to gi^e prompt service.
RUBBER TIES A SPECIALTY.
PAUL E. STEPHENS.