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farmers Bnot?ld ?VTai
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Prof. Kairus, ia K
Farra life should not be all work
and c rudgery. That is whore many of
'nsj : aake a great mistake. There
should be some time for relaxation
and ] enjoyment; The farm home
should be the freest, happiest plaoe
O? earth. It should not be a mere
house to live in. It oh ou ld be .a place
of culture and refinement-? place for
booka and-pictures, and music and
You say it takes money to have all
these things. Yes, it takes some
money,-but not necessarily a great j
deal. Books are cheap in this won
derful age of printing. A bound vol
ume of classical literature may be
had for ten cents. Mechanically it is
not much of a book, and it is not copy
righted, to be sure, but the great
thoughts of the author are there just
the same. And some of the best
copyright books are sold for 25 cents
in special editions, or in paper .covers.
. A good magazine can be bought for
ten cents. I bave lately seen a good
one selling for even five ?ont?} or at
fifty cents a year by subscription.. I
sm not speaking of (that sensational
trash, which i's flooding the rural dis
tricts, but.of a genuine literary maga
sine. Beautiful pictures may also be
u had at a little cost, if ono finds out
how to got thom. * _
Any indutrious farmer may have a
parlor organ, if not a piano. At
least he may have a g?od standard
phonograph-a good ono, mind you
whiohgwill reproduce tho latest popu
lar snogs and oven the finest operas,
in a very pleasant and creditable way.
The phonograph is a much abused in- ]
Btrument, but ft good one has much in
it after all.
No. it is not sc much money as it
is good' taste that is required to fur
nish a satisfactory farm-home. The
ho mn in- what its owners inake
either ugly pr b eau t if ul. I once read
of a beautiful home made by a woman.
of trae culture. She had little mon
ey- bnfe: auch good taste and inven
tivegenius. She turned, common
goods boxes into luxurious > sofas, and
draped the windows vjith ehcap but
beautiful stuffs, and she hang pretty
piotures on the walls, surrounded by
neat rustic frames, obtained in various
inexpensive ways. I need not tel! ?11
of thc nura orono mats and rugs made
by her deft bands, and the artistic
way in which a little paint had been
applied on ^he floor and windows and
doors. There was more genuin o taste
and enjoyment in; that little homo
than in many pretentious mansions,
whose owners had'grown, opulent in
maney, but not in culture.
Then there.ia\ iheVe&yif bornent, of
the home that tells sb much for those
V/ho occupy it-a beautiful lawn j dot
ted with flowers, and some ancient
oaks; How, many-farmers when they
build the borne cut away all the native
forest trees and~ leave the house stand
ing in the broiling, sun? "Vandals
and barbarians!" one is tempted to
oxcloim. -It would be right to do so,
I verily believe.
Only s dsy or two ago I was told
h^W ?, grand Old home, with its ances
tral oaka, was solo\ and dropped into
the baud*1; of one of those v&naals,
who ont down tho treos for firewood-- .
destroyed at one fell swoop what he j
could not replace ia a contory.
And there ia the social life of their
young people which is not enough re
garded by farmers.. TOO often thiy
even place themselves in antagonism
to aeoial meet?gs: inetcad of syinpa
ihising with t?eni;and directing them
in prop?r hannels- This oppoaitio?
fosters rebellion and leads to alliance
with evil society or elsa to tho. aap*
pressing o? noble impaises whioh afr
reats 'the development ct character.
Farmers' boys and girl? should ho '.en-,
coura^e^ to' havo.their literary clubs,
their ?susis clubs, and even their art,
oluba/'the samo as they would have,
iii tho"oiiy. Tho ;;ehuroh and Bnaday
Babool Work ?r>s Us place and also
nGcd^'i^jbe improved and e?ovated,
^)Mot;^ga;-; -There might fco
""'^^i.ietica . to,'take the; 'placo ot
"}lime Singing Behool not?
% pasocd &yt&?< Tho sonntry as
4?:.'-fce aVfr' .'needs a rog?layVj?jrji*
.Um^\^^a?:->^bl'ajb'i>ir ;. to ;\?nst?g?ie
thought, and cult?vete taste, and eie
vat? public acntinAjeatj aad improve
tho social amont tl o's 6i &e people.
No-wonobr boys want to leave the
^im'^htnM?t^^?et-'- how some bf
thew hikve to live. "... $h?ir.iosk^carn
for e^oihing higbsr-a broader and
a failed Uh, Lifo may bo m?dfe as
fall aar] ?f;b'e^t?fat.-.o?;:thfl farotas
iraftr?j hut oft?r it is not ".Wo
ivat0-ieo.;ft30bh . glbom^.don^ sm.
ht iutj r,,-i }o.v th; i t .'
ivie, .^o.bvc iib sri ted ft
tien to dicktet . happ?n?s8^pjj|
Olereis .'?orne.^ort.'.-o'f-.aejrit' tri
gloonw a R
ce Their Homes Oom
their children away to the cities. We
need to he cheerful and social, and to
visit oar neighbors, and to take a day
off ?ow and theo for a fete, or festival
or what not in whioh all can find ea*
joyinant and relaxation.
Io. my childhood I once visited f fl
farm home where the owners had pro*
yided all sorta of enjoyment for their
ehildren. Uuder a great oak was a
swing. In another * place was a "sea
horse," and elsewhere other appli*
! aucas for amusement and play. In the
house were boohs j and music, and
games of all sorts for rainy days and
evening. instruction and entertain*
ment. I thought that was one of the
grandest homes I had ever seen, and
it was. It produced happy and in
telligent young men and young wo
men who wont out to take ?high ol and
in society and in the world.
lavery farmer is solicitous about the
moral character of his boys, and well
ho may be. The future well being
and his own petite of mind in the.de
clining years of life depend, upon H.
The mistake he generally makes is to
repress their sense of enjoyment and
give them the idea to be good is to; fae
pokey and miserable. What a sad
mistake!' As soon as those hoy? get
dat from . under parental control they
begin sowing their wild oats,- for they
Ihave been inadvertently mado to be
lieve th?t in no other way can they
enjoy life. Wretched delusion I
The, most sensible father I ever
knew was a oompahi?n to his poys^.
He allowed them to have dogs and
guns and other instruments of sport,
rle hunted with them, and fished i
with tjhem,-and went in - swimming"1-, ]
with them. They were le? to feel thc
jpy of living. That father had good \
boys, I assure you, and they grew up
into good men.
There is an old saying that "life is
what we make it." How truel How
?r??s And yet how few persons seem
to recognize thiB truth or act upon it.
They fill their lives with misery When
they^should be full of joy. Instead
of following truth and right, which
brings happiness, they violate nature's
laws and seek to do evil-a course
.which brings destruction and death.
Muoh of this comes from wrong ideas
imbibed in Childhood. The parent
disregards the true nature of his child
ana instoad (of.cultivating the golden
grain of character,' he brings forth a
crop of noxious weeds, and then, to
the end of his days' laments the. per
versity of human kind.
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H iii F?ara ReaUzed.
0: Af fe*, acjjjuiring a considerable
amouutSpf money in tho United
States a young Manc^
turned home anet decided to give his
?ld father a. treat by. taking "him to
^Londonto see the sights. It was a
great event for the father,' whohad
never been in a train before, and he
commenced the journey 'tyitE'r'irep^
dation and jnany outspoken antici
pations of dire events to follow. All"
.went ^eUvunt?l 4he train suddenly
dashed into., a ?mnei. kj3ang ^went
the old man's fist; on his son's nose
as he cried : "I told you something
would happen, you young; viU??nl
I'm stTncirblindI"-Londoii Mail. ?- ?
A Cottage Robin.
'Brought up in the society of the
learned members of the faculty pf a
western university; Marie. ha? been
accustomed all her short life tp
hearing her father and his g?esta; '?
dignify each other'.with full academe
io honors. ;*M\
Shs was. out in the yard one day,
watching a pair of birds busy with
their neat buiidifvg.
'iMarie," ea?>d her mother, "what
ave you doing?"
"Just sitting- out here," she re
plied, "watching Doctor and Mrs.
- if a man hat plenty of rn un ey be
.can.got al!.the.'time hewanSs.--.'
: - There is usually a wasp-like sting
tq preWdiUtcd.smart sayings.
- She ia a wise girl who ia know?;
hy the oompany sho declines to keep.
.- Some people's idea of economy
ii? saving money for others to spend.
. ~ A ney.' political broom sweeps; -
clean, IV i? necessary to raise the |
dust. . i
fee? io\-b? Alarmed About
3hortoes3 of breath, black npcoksj
before the eycay" furredtoegue, dizai
nes* ,.belobibg of ga'???s or .soar food,
iroaknesa cud debiUty are all s?g?s ot
: ;ithrrh of. tn.o;-;ko?ach,_ There ia ne
iieed- to be unduly alarmed, for this
'?im&tiii'**?* be if tired by-) f-ti-o-na. It -
U 11 : ;>nl;? wiatfiy ?va rt?'m'-H at tho j
rooi ? thc ?vii an . ::->:<, ;.Hy zr c.?, tb* j
Thoma? A. Edison had finished sn
automobile tour of Pennsylvania and
was condemning the Pennsylvania
roads whioh he deolared to bo the
worst in the country. *
The topics of roads led naturally to
the topio of traction, and Mr. Edison
recalled a Fijian who had onoe in
spected a railway with him.
Mr, Edison took the Fijian all over
a railroad yard and described every
thiog. A railroad lecture two hours
long was poured into the chieftain's
"At the end tho usual question,
'Now do you understand?* was asked,
and the Fijian nodded in assoot.
"But at the same time he pointed
to a freight that was sliding back and
forth in front of him, the locomotive
first pulling the train up the traok
sod then pulling it down again.
. " 'I understand everything,' said
the Fijian. 'One poiot, though, is
not quite olear. Look at that freight
train over there. Now I understand
por ic ct ly how the locomotive pulls
the. cars down tho track, but I cannot
comprehend how the cars pull the
locomotive up.' "-Cincinnati.Enquir
.erv,':- . ? '..
The Ruling Passion.
Representative James, of Kontucky,
gives a strong illustration of tho "rul
ing passion, strong.in death."
"Old man Billy Basoomb was sick
and his neighbors aod family felt
that his demise was only ? question of
few hours or days. As'tho meat wes
running low a steer was butchered and
when his son came into tho room tho
old man asked:
" 'What have you been doing,
john?" ' V
"'Killing the steer," was the re
" 'What did you do with the hide?' j
asked the old man faintly.
" 'Put it in the barn; going to sell it
by and by.'
" '0, John?'
" 'Drang the hide around the yard a
uple of times, and it will weigh
" 'YeB, pap.'
;;And the good old man was gather
unto his fathers*""
-' "nfl' mmnn i ' -
Couldn't fist at it
An 'irisman had the reputation of
being aa inveterate drinker but had
promised the Kev. Hennessy whom
he saw coming up the street to ab
stain. Mike, with a jug, was saluted
"What have you there?"
"Whiskey," he replied.
"Arid after your pledge? Pour it
"Why?" inquired the father.
"Because half belongs to my brother
Pat." ; ';>V.;' '
"Then out with your half," was de
"Impossible," said the son of the
Isle, "my half is on tho bottom.-Ne*** I
nm m tm . 1 '
- When women kiss eaob other it
means about as much Ss a tombstone
?I--Though, the office seldom seeks
the man, the job frequently does
and without success, .
tack Troubles ?f you us?
Bv*au?? Pharmacy 1
lt does not contain opium sn any
Sorm, acids, alcohol, or any : ofchsr
harmful dreg or eh amical. It is a
ure remedy that heals the irritated
;ouc membra?e, stimmlates tho so
lexas, arid aids digestion,
sk Svatjfi Pharmacy to show iho
jruee under which tbey sell Miro
.It-costs hut 50 ?sot? a box, and
?ieoey ifs returned-i? it do?ajut
T?ioUm ?nd Buddhism.
I asked ono of the Taoist priest
hood what ho considered to bo tho
salient distinction between his reli
gion and . Buddhism-a question
which staggered bira visibly. After
maturo consideration ho replied,
"Tho exalted brethren shavo their
heads bare, but wo searchers after
the way twist ours into '.i topknot
A broader distinction seems to lio
in tho expression of tho idols; for,
whilo those of Buddha aro mostly
bland, not to say supercilious, the
Tranqui temp?? collection was con
spicuous for scowling, black beard
ed ferocity. The thunder god struck
ma as particularly impressive.
Tommy had tried to Climb on tho
'ff side of a moving street cor, but
hau dropped off, rolled under tho
fee. of a team of truck horses and
had been dragged out of further
Sanger by a policeman. Ho was
sadly demoralized in appearance,
but not much hurt.
"What's yer name, kid?" asked
"Thomas Tucker," ho answered.
"I live at 6787 Him avenue, and
maw's got a good picture of me you
can git if you wsnt it."
BREATHE IT- .
No dungerous drugs or alcoholic con
concoctions are taken into the stom
ach when Hyomei is used. Breathed
through the inhaler, the balsamic
healing of Hyomei penetrates to the
most remote colls ot the nose and
throat'; and thus kills the oatarrhal
germs, heals the irritated mucous
membrane, and gives complete and
Hyomei is the simplest, most pleas
ant and the only guaranteed cure for
catarrh that has been discovered.
Complete outfit, 01.00; extra bottle 50
For sale by Evans Pharmacy.
Notice of Bridges to Let
Will let to the lowes? reponaible bidder
at th? bridge site on Three and Twenty
Creek, near Col. Jamison's, the building
of a bridge on Friday, the 29th of Sept.,
at 10o'clock a. m.
" ASu OM th? ?ama dey tho building of a
bridge on Little Six and Twenty, on
same road, near Col. Jamison's, in
Rrnuhcr Creek To^siship, at 11:30 o'cluok.
Also" on "the name dale at 4 o'clock p.
m., in Garvin Township, the repairing or
rebuilding of the Double Bridges on
Three and Twenty Creek,
Again, ou Thursday, ?th doy of Octo
ber, at S to revino, tho building of abridge
over Rooky Hiver, known aa Jackson's
Bridge, ac il o'clock a. na.
Reserving the right to reject any and
S O. JACKSON, Sup, A. C.
W. Y. MILLER, Clerk B. C. C.
Sept 20, 1005_14 > 2
Annual Mooting Stockholders Bro
non Cotton Mil!.
The regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the Bregon Mill will be
hold lu tho City of Anderson, at ll
o'clock a. m., on Taesday, 10th day Of
By order bf the President.
C. J. BROCK, Secretary.
Sept 13,1905 13 4
Due West Female College !
47th year begins Sept. ' 13th.
Strong faculty of 5 men, ll women.
126'pnpils from ll StateB. 70. boarders.
A. B., B. 8.. and L. I. degrees. Usual
extras. Board, end tuition 1150 per year.
Ideal place for quiet study, thotongb
work.'sweet Christian influences, and
ki. id ' personal oversight For catalog
p..dress Boc. JAMES BOYCE. Prent
f.ont, Duo Weat. Abbeville Co., S. C.
. July 5,1905 3
Notice to Creditors.
AU persess bsvisg ??wumu?n against
the Estate, of John W. Shearer, de
ceased, are hereby notified'to present
them, properly proven, to the undersign
od, witblu thetioa? prescribed by law, and
those indebted to make pavtnent.
JA8. A. SHIRLEY,
. ? .. ' ' h Executors,
? ; Sept. 0.-1905 12 ? 3
VALUABLE LA??0 FOR SALE.
The undersigned, by the authority ini
vested In bim by iba heirs of the:estate
of Henry rH. Jenkins, v?lll, aellto tho
highest bidder, at Anderson C. F., on
S?lesete j la October nix*, all tb st Pi?ce
or Parcel of Land containing <59fc aeres;
ia Garvin Township, adjoining land of
?J,. Miles -Piokens, Jake Barnool and
. Terms of SaH-Caab. Purchaser to
pav extra for pape?r??i : '
/ ' .? J. E, WOFFORD, Adm'r.
Sept 13,1905 ; . 13 iQ_
Annual - Meeting Stockholders An
' Tba regular Animal Meeting of the
Stock hold ens of tho Anderson Cotton M Hie
will bo held ia the City Ol Anderson, at
J ii'o'clock m., on Tuesday, 10th day of
October, iOOs; .'? ? ? , '
By order of the P/esldeht.
Ci J.'-'BROCK, Secretary.
SeptlT, 1905 . ' 13 , , ? 4.;:
Situated two miles northeast of "Wei-,
ballsy S. 0M consisting of 179 acres, good
eigbt-xcom building in good repair,
three -''tenant hoare?, 120 acre? in culti
vation, allireeb land.'Good barn and
atable?. , B. R* MOSS. Agent.
Walhalla, S. C. ..
Sept 15,1905 3 3 4
R?a? Estate Bought sid Sold.
- - ->--.
Say,-liat?n.' There are thoueaodeof poo
plo more, each year, bu?; no more Land.
I h av a fifteen farms, from 50-,to 250 acree
eaeb, nie*'lovel land, everyone a bar
gainr wlU give tei ms if wanted.
Also some nice lots in Secees, Come
ftttick. ? J. H, ADAMS.
Sept 13. 1905 1? _
? otico ot final Settlement.
The undersigned, Administrator ol the
l&VM&*v of 2lsrg?ret L. Psrker, de
ceased, hereby ?gi res hotic?tbat hewitt
otk the l3.:h of October, 1005, epplv to
tbe~ Judge of Probate of Anderson Coun
ty, S. 0.) for n Final Settlement of s?i(\.
Betiit?Vaod A discharge from hie ofllce as
Adaololatr^or. '/. '; ';V
JA#I*?R P. PARK ER, AdnVr,
NOTICE OF EXECUTORS* SALE.
By virtue ol thi? power conferred on
u? by the will of J. Melt Cooley, d?
pos?t d, and pursuant also to order of the
Probato Conrt for Andersou Couutv, wo
will sell at pabilo outer; ou yuh'-day m
October, next, In front of tba Court
House at Anderson, B.C., between tbe
usual hours of sate, and i munni lately
siter tbe conclusion of ?neb eal ca as tuny
be bad by tbe Judge of Probate, as Spec
ial Reforc?, tho following d'scribed prop
Ooo hundred anti twenty shares pre
ferred stock of the Easley Cotton Mille.
Twenty-live shates stook of Brogan
Tea shares stock of Farmers Bank of
ittfly chares stock of the Bink of An
Ten chares stock of the Citizens Bank
of Hones Path.
Thirty ebares of stock of tbe Farmers
& Merchants Bank of Anderson.
Eighty two sbareB stock of Peoples
Bauk of Andersou,
The above stocks will bo Bold lu con
venient blockH, iu order to suit tbe con
venience of purchaser*.
Also, at tbe Baine time and place, we
will sell tbe following described real es
tate, to-wlt :
1. A certain Tract of Land, situate lu
Fork Township. Anderdon County, H.
C., containing his acre?, moro or less,
adjoining E. W. Holcombe, F. G.
Brown, A. K. Broyles nt a), and known
as the O'Neil Lauds. See Book Kl?t,
- 2. All tbat certain other Tract of Land,
situate la Andersoa Couaty, 8. C., lu
Hall lowushtp, contain lou: BM OH,
more or lees, s?joi?iog lands now or for
merly of P. R. Price, W. B. Watson,
Phoebe MoFall, and others, and known
as the Hall Tract. Soe Book SS, page
3. Also one-half Interest in a certain
Traci of Lund, alt nato ia Martin Town
ship. Andersoa County, S. C., contain?
ing 140 acres, more or less, the other hall
internst bel?g owned by the estate ol
W. B, Cooley, whioh Tract adj ol nu Lande
now or formerly r.f j. o. Haskins, J. M.
Haw Vin?, Wiley Mitchell and others,
aud being koowa ss tho Cooley Traot,
Oe? Book YY, page 210.
Terms of Salo-Cash. Furchaser oi
purchaser* to pay -extra for all accessary
Peeples Bank of Anderson,
Miss Iola E. Cooley,
- - Executors.
Sept 20, 1905_14_ 2
322 ACRES OF LAND,
3J miles from Central,
F. B. MORGAN,
Central, 8. C.
Aug.0. 1005_12 4
Sale of Beal Estate.
Will offer for sale at public ontcry on
Saleaday, October 2,1005, at Anderson,
S. C., ?he following Tracta of Land:
Ooo Traot containing-1001 no res.
One Tract containing 82 Acres.
Ono Tract containing ?0& acres.
Situated seven miles northeast of An
derson, S. C., on the Williatrieton Road,
adjoining tanda of co). JJ. E. Campbell,
E. H. Balantine aud others. .?*
TormB- Una-third Cash, balance on
time, intercut from day of. sale at 8 pei
cent per annum, Credit portion secured
by a mortgage of the premises.
J. RV VANDIVER,
. Anderson, S. C.
Sept 6. 1905 _12 4
For Bale-1530 Acres Laud,
Tract No. 1.-100 acree, 4 mtlea east ol
Mt. Carmel, in Flatwoods wheat belt
Seven good tenant houses.. Place all
wired in. On main cubilo roads. Will
grow three-fourths dr a bale of cotton pei
acre, from one to two tons of hay pei
acre and 15 to 80 bushels of corn.
Tract No. ? -1180 sores, 8 miles snntt
of Abbeville. Good cotton land. Nine
good tenaut houses and ont buildings,
well watered and on publia roads, M lu
eralsprlog. Fine Bermuda graaa. Pas
tares between 800 sad 400 sores, wired in,
2 miles from good public school. 4(
head graded Short Horn and Polled-An
gus cattle. I Registered Devon Bull, 4
years old. For further par tl o ulara call
on or write ,VM^r>,^^ .
Hunters, S. C.
August 801905, _.11 4
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OOUKTT. OF AWOBBSOK.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Samantha M. Heaton, aa Heir at Law
' and Administratrix of the Estate of O
E. Johnson, deo'd, Plaintiff, vs. Jama
Edward Jobni'on, Burua A. Johnson,
Mary A. Johnson, John H.. Jobuson,
Inman.S. Johnson, William O. Johu
?on and Charles E. Johnson; minora,
Defendant^.-Complaint for partition,
Pursuant to the order of ss?e granted
herein, I w*^ sell on Sslesday In Ootobei
next, in front of tba Court Roufco, in thc
City of Anderson, S. c., daring the usual
ucura of sale, the Real Estate described
ss follows, to wit:
All that certain Tract or Par col ol
Laud containing two hundred and thir
ty -niuo (239) acres, more or lesa, sitostc
la OBId 8mto and County, in Garvin
Township, bounded bv Lands of T. T.
Wakefield, Westley William*. G. af.
Cole and others. The said Tract waa
purchased by the ?sid C. E. Johnson lo
two Pa reola or Tracts, one of' which was
from Alford Hix, as shown by Deed
executed'< hy. him and recorded !o the
pfuce of tbe Clerk- Of the Court of tbe
said Couaty ia Book UU, page 010, and
the other by Deeds executed by the chil -
dren of Mariah Watson sud recorded.in
the said ?ffice ol tbe Clerk or Court ia
Book GGG, pages 00 sad 63, all of which
will mor?: fully sapear by reference
thereunto: the said Tract of Land herein
lougbt to be partitioned ia tbe home
place of thc sala C. E. John BOO, deo'd.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
< Judge ff Probate as Special Referee.
SeptOj 1905 - -iv 12 4
I am in the REAL ESTATE business
cr boyla*; selling and exchanging lando
n any part of ibis cr adjoining Counties.
If yon; have lands fer sale, or if you
want to fray lands-soo me at once,
I own and jontioi large and small
rtdies of lands, cad will eat them op te
nest the reasonable wants of purchaser a
:If you have a mortgage ou your place,
md want to sell to get out, NOW fa the
'?hsve strtd over |7.<kX> worth of Isnd
ifnce ni v la*i ad vortibcment, sad know
row. to handle your property to adva?i
'CoramWalona aro very reasonablo,
Basare to see me. I mean business.
Hero Ts a partial Hst of holding*, which
re all goodlands, nud are ,worth more
cooey than I ?%k for them: ' :WS?BB?
VHopeweU Township. 200 -acres. 175
?cr??.- ?/.'?:'; ' -
Pendleton Township. 300 acres.
Fork Township.. 200 B<?>C*.
Corner Township. HO acres.
Garvin Township. luO ?cree.
Savannah Township. 300 acres. 27
lirait TownshSr?. 206" acres.
J. J. FltETWELL,
FRED. G. BROWN, Prc?, and Treas. | B. F. M A "Irr "nTlftufr
A. 8. F IRMER, Secretary.
The Anderson Real Estate
and Investment Co,? .
-BUYERS AND SELLERS OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BORDS,
J. C. CUMMINGS, Sales Dep't.
O ur facilities for handling your propeity ai? perfrit, as
?wo ar? large advertisers all over th? country. DtigM noisy
we ar? having considerable inquiry for farms ia thia anil ad?
joining Counties, and owners cf farm lands in tb? jPisi :ai?n?
section who wish to dispose of their property will Safl thai
we are in a position to make quick and satisfactory jais?. :
Now is th? tim? to list your pioperty with ll, ai? wo
will proceed at once to give attention to all prousrtits ayr*
Address all communications to J. C. Cummings,. Salts
Department. . *
kUllSH BUL ESTATE & IHVESTHEHT COMI
D. S. VAN DIVER.
E. P. VA IO?
TUf MTlIt BBOi-9
We believe we are in position
to sell you your
Now comes the "Good Old Summer Time*7
when you want ene of our - - . - - .
Up-to-Date VEHICLES for
Fhotons, Buggies, "
And in fact anything you need in the Vehicle line yon will ?DQP air ??r. JG?*
positories. A fine line of HARNESS, SADDLES. UMBREXM8,??~
OPY SHADES, DUSTERS, ?fee.
Call and examine for yourself, and if we cannot suit- you it will ?fe? ?ss?
fault. Very truly,
FjpETWELL'-HANKS CO., Anderson,, fe fe
THE SOUTH'S GREATEST SYSTEMS.
Unexcelled Dining Car Service.
Through Pullman Sleepinglffawon aUlTra?a&
? % Conven?entISchedules on all?LocaliTi&m&a
WINTER TOURIST RATES are now in Reflect;to alHFJcn^^sia^
For ihU information as to rates, routes, etc.,f |,cortuli|[Ef arestji Si-adsxs
Railway Ticket Agent, or
R. W. HUNT, Division Faspengor'Ageni, Charlcalo^;?;^
: 'fr i
OHE CAJR OF HOG FEEDS
Have jost received one Car Load of HOG*FEEI>
(Shorts) at very close prices. Come before they^are
all gpne. Now is Jhe time for throwing-*
Arcnnd your premises to prevent a case of fever or
some other disease, that will cost you very much more
than the price of a barrel of Lime ($1.00.) We havs
v a fresh shipment in stock, and will be glad to send you
some. If you contemplate building a barn or any
other building, see us before buying your
CEMENT and LIME,
. As me edi tba very bett qoaHtieo on)y.
O. O. ANDERSONS?