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il,Mve ?ire simply doing (he
If you were herc Tuesday you know ii.
Had the biggest and best Opening ever held.
Glad to have had so many of you with ua, and wish all of
you could have come.
Just stop in anytime whoi in town.
You'll find everything as you want.
'Of. every description now ready.
Give us your bill.
The Acme of Perfection
Cotton Planters !
Heartily endorsed by every farmer who has ever used
Shem. Of the thousands of these Planters sold by us not a
single complaint has ever been received.
Every farmer who owns one of them is a most ardent
advertiser of its merits.
We have never been able to get from manufacturer
enough Planters to m jet our demands. We therefore urge
the importance of your buying at onoe the style Planter ; that
I .ocal News.
* KDNKSDA?, AI'lllL 4, l'J./f,.
Death of Santuei T. Crai^.
Samuel T. Ci ai? ?lied nt hin home on
South Main street yesterday ui'ternoon
just after O o'clock. 11 i H (loath waa
unexpected and followed an ?lineen of
only a few hmas. Several months ?go
ho was srrieken with paralysis and
Hine? that time lie lind ne\er regained
Mr. Craig wn? W year? of ago ll<:
was horn in th? Sandy Sot inga section
ol tlie county and when a young man
came t? th? city and engaged in busi
ritf-s. For several years, until IHR
health wan impaired by ?linera, he waa
. linne ted wjtii the Orr cotton mills in
a edel leal capacity. Ile ia ?m vif ed by
his wife, Mit:? Mamie Partlow Craig,
mid th? following childii-ii: Sam T.
Crai/. Jan. H. Crail?, Marshall Craig
and M i SH Mamie Craig.
Mr. Cniig wa? a member of the
Piesbyteiian Church. The funeral ex
eicises will lit. held at the residence
this afternoon with inte? ment after
warda at Silver limnk cemetery.
Marriage of a Popular Couple.
At tho beautiful country hom? of
Mr. John W. Rosamond, in Brushy
Creek township, Anderson County, S.
C., last Wednesday afternoon, March
28th, at 'J o'clock, a few relativer, ?md
friends gathered to witness the mar
riage ot Mr. Thomas A. Wiginton, of
Anderson, S, C.. . to Mise Maude,
youngest daughter of Mr. John W.
Rosamond. The brief ceremony,
in which the ring wa? used, was per
formed by Rev. D. W. Hiott, of Eas
ley, S. C. Misses Oer trude and
Beatrice Cely, nieces of tbe bride, en
tered the parlor io advance of .... :
brid 9 and groom and stood by the
bride daring the ceremony. It was a
lovely picture, the threo young ladies
beautifully and becomingly attired in
white, grouped together with tho man
ly groom standing erect, looking
straight into tho face of the minister,
while the bride and groom plighted
their marriage vows.
The bride is an exceptionally line
young lady, having received th? very
best training in a cultured and relined
home, then liniehing her education in
th? Williamston Female College. Mr.
Wiginton is to bo sincerely congratu
lated on his choice of his life compan
ion. Tho groom is the second BOU of
Mr. aud Mrs. John T. Wiuinton, of
Newell, S. C., and is a young mau of
line character aud extra ability in his
chosen profession. Th? young couple
start out on the voyage of life with
every promise of succees and happi
ness. May the barque of life ou which
they Bail o'er life H tempestuous eea
gail smoothly and tinnily enter the
port at the end of life's journey at
the heaven of rest. XX.
Death of Mr. John Thomas Johnson.
The unexpected death on the 2?th
ult. of Mi. John Thomas Johnson was
a great shock to bis family and many
friends. He appeared in usual health
except for a slight headache, of which
be bad been complaining for several
daya. Monday morning he went to
work as usual, but by noon got so
much worse the hired man had to as
sist him to the house. A doctor was
summontdbnt could give bim no re
lief, as be rapidly grew worse. By
dark be was speechless and remained
so until he died at 4 a, m. Tuesday.
Mr. Johnson WOB born and lived all
hie life in the WilliB Chapel neighbor
hood, where he was known end ?s
te^ioo for hie quiet, unassuming piety,
risien made bis character one of so
briety, honesty and truthfulness. By
birth and marriage he WOB connected
with the best families of the County,
his mother having been a Mi*s Newton
before her marriage, and his uifr> a
Browne, daughter of the lute Smmiel
Browne, of the Broadway Hr ci mn,
both pi which there i* ? l>ir?M connec
tion. if? was about 50 yearn oi<< and
leaves ? ne brother, beulen ick John
eon, Imbuios his wife and two luarued
son?. Frederick and Claude, who ar?
greatly bereaved by his death.
For many years he had been a mem
ber of the Methodist Church, and b.s
i ?mains were laid to rest in Sharon
c meteiy, hie pastor. Kev. ?. rv.
Henry, conducting the funeral ser
vices. Tender, loving bands covered
hit- bier with flowers, and & large con
course of mourning friends followed
bis remains to their last resting place.
How tm? the words of Holy Writ, "a
good name is more to be desired than
riches." A Friend.
Th-4 marriage of ?iles Allie May
Fennel to Mr. T. C. Liddel on tho
21st of March at tho home of the lride
was an event ot unusual Interest on ac
count of the popularity of the young
couple. The ceremony was impres
sively performed by Rev. H. C. Fen
nel, father of the bride, assiated by
Rev. W. 8. Ham i ter. The parlor was
beautifully decorated in green and
white, the bridal couple standing un
der an arch of evergreens. To the
sweet strains of MendeisohoB wedding
marcb, played by Misa Lila Fennel,
slater ox the bride, the bridal party
entered the parlor in the following or
der: Miss Elia Floyd with Mr. T. Mil
ler, of Abbeville, Miss Annie Liddel
with Mr. Max McCalla, and Miss
Blanche CHnkscales, of Monterey,
with Mr. ft. il. Moseley, then the
bride leaning on the arm of the groom.
The bridesmaids were becomingly
dressed in white silk and carried bou
quets of violets. The bride wore a
stylieh snit of white allk and carried a
bouquet of narcissus. Delightful re
freshments were served, the dining
room being tastefully decorated in
white nod pink? * The happy couple
were ibo recipients of many handsome
presents, consisting of cut glass, silver,
Mr. R. B. Hutchinson died at his
home a few miles below hereon March
28th. Be was born Nov. BO, 1887, and
spent most of bia life near here. Ue
was a brave Confederate soldier, har*
lng been a member nf the 7th regiment
of South Carolina Volunteers, and In
the battle of Gettysburg lost a leg. In
?oung manhood he waa married to
liss Burton, who with nine cbUdren
four sons and five, da lighters-eur vive
bim. On the day following hla death
bia remains were interred iu tho Pres
byterian Churcbyatd, of which church
he was a conustent member. &g The
family have the sympathy of a wide
circle of frienda and relatives lu their
Notice to Farmers* Union.
.'. Every one who is a subscriber to the
capital stock of the Farmers' Union,
?Warehouse Co. and every member' of i
the Union wt o is interested in thia1
enterprise aha the Union's welfare is
earnestly requested to meei the Bonni
Cf IMw-f fora nt 10) o'clock prom ot ly in
thc Court Uou*? Tuesday, April loth.
By oW*r ot the Chairman,; .v-^ r..
\C. O. Bunts?, See, anCT??aa.'
Death of Miss Simpson.
Tim Toccoa. Qa , cm respondent of
tho Atlanta Join uni, under ?late of
the i?'.Uh lilt., any*,: "Mi?H Mury E.
Simpsou ditd ut the boma of her
b rot tier, \V. (J. Simpson, in thin city,
Tuesday after HU illness of thirteen
weeks and wa? buried :*.t tho Presby
terian church this afternoon. Ur.
Archie Simpson, the pastor ol' tho
church and a relative ot the deceased,
conducted Hie funeral service.
Miss Simpson was a native of South
Carolina having moved here from An
derson. S. ('.; ?if h her parents in th<
early days of Toccoa, and hus sine?
made this her home. She was never
married, and nineo the death of h?r
parents has resided with her brother,
NV. C. Simpson. She was Ufry-four
years ol' ago and has spent a very use
ful life io tho interest of her church
and her ti,ends.
She has boen a member of the Pres
byterian Church since her childhood
and was one of its most useful and
earnest working members. She will
be greatly missed and sincerely mourn
ed by a liost of relatives and friends.
Corner Creek Comments.
After a long siege of cold, rainy
weather, we aro again enjoying warm
Farmers are getting real anxious to
start their plows, for no fertilizers has
us yet been put in the ground. How
ever there will be enough cotton plunt
ed thia year if farmers do get a rather
late start. Several aro still holding
fast to lust veal's crop, and fully be
lieve in higher prices prevailing ere
many weeks glide by.
fi. M. Bigby, formerly of dds place,
but uow of Pelzer, was here for a few
hours Sunday with homefolks. Uugb
is looking the picture of health.
Mies Maude Kay, of Broadmouth,
was a visitor to our vicinity receutly.
Quite a number of our young foi kn
greatly enjoyed a good old-time sing*
ing Saturday night at the home of W.
There are several fine patches of
wheat and oats to be seen around now.
Our farmers are endeavoring to grow
other crops that are profitable besides
cotton. L. A. Shirley has some good
wheat, which promises a fair yield, and
J, M. Hanks has the best oats that
have come under our observation.
Others bave good grain, and if seasons
con?iuue lair a large yield will be har
vested this summer.
The peach crop is not entirely de
stroyed around here, and there ia some
hope entertained just now of eating
some of the delicious fruit in the good
old Bummer time.
Misses Janie Sue and Lula Pruitt
find Willie May Watt, accompanied by
George Pruitt, from near Deans, visit
ed relatives here recently.
Hoyt Shirley is tho champion rat
catcher. He caught 50 one night in a
trap. How's that for a miiaculona
The Uti.>n Meeting of the 1st divis
ion of the Saluda Association will con
vene with the Barker's Creek Church
the last Saturday and Sunday of this
Everything is quiet and serene.
Furman University Notes.
Mr. Editor: At this season of the
year the students are very enthusiastic
over base ball. Furman always puta
oat a good team and the prospects at
present are encouraging. A high
standard of class room work is requir
ed of each man that plays on the var
sity. The spring examinations closes
Saturday bnt it will not be known un
til too late to give here if any of the
men on the team failed to "pasa." It
is often the case that some of the best
men on the leam are deprived the
right of playing. The Bchedule for
tbiB rear ia practically completed.
Manager Hicks fc?s contracts for about
fifteen games. Our first two gamea
will be played this week-Erskine
College nt Duo West Thursday, Apt il
4, and Clemson College at Clemson,
Saturday, April 7. Erskine won over
Newberry on Newberry'a grounds, bnt
Coach Chamo Gateen ia confident if
bia ?quad ia np to Ita normal today it
will easily defeat the Erskinianr.
The seventh and closing number of
the Greenville Lyceum Association
wat* held Wednesday evening in the
Gn eu v iii? Female College Auditor*
in m. lt. wa? a humorous recital given
by Jereme K. Jerome, the noted Eng
lish huuKM io>i ??u ???thov c" "Thrcs
Men in a Bout" and "Idle Thoughts of
au Idle fellow." This is Mr. Jerome's
first American tour and the Lyceum
Association wai very fortunate in se
curing him. The Greenville Lyceum
course ia verv beneficial to the students
of the several colleges and to the peo
ple of Greenville as a whole. C.
Greenville, S. C., March 81.
To Get Share of Pork.
Washington, April 2. ,
Although . Representative Johnson
atill keeps mum out of reapeot of his
agreement, it bas leaked out today
from another source that South Caro?
lina will get four public buildings at
the following, pointa: . Anderson.
Greenville, Sumter and Cheater. One
town, Aiken, will get au appropriation
for a Bite. The appropriation will bo
large enough to give adequate and
handsome buildings iu tnese four
Representative Johnson vial ted tho
office of the commission today and
held a conference, the result of which
waa that a Dumber of . moantain trout
will be sent to R. Maya Cleveland at
Marietta, Oreen ville County, for the
purpose of tilling the streams of that
section. Hr. Cleveland, agrees to put
the fish business ip good shape all
through that country,-The Stat?. , ? ? ?
British Mid Mea to Visit Sooth.
Washington, April 2 -A 'delegation
ol cotton manufacturera of England
wa? presented to the president ' toa ay
by Represen tat no Loverihg of Massa*
chuoette. The. delegation of English
visitors is on ita way South to urge
tho cotton growers to bale their cotton
in better shape than it now ia baled.
The members represent the 'cotton
spinners of Great Britain.
' "The members of the d?l?gation,'!
?sid Mr. Lovering, "are going to ask
that the cotton be put op in stronger
aa!ea. The present system of baling
cotton has been used. for move than
Waif a century, lt is of no protection
to the cotton, us the bagging may bo
eut dr torn ewly? - Every hale ?f ?ot^i
ton is robbed of from 15 to 25 pounds
before It reaches its destination, par
ticnlarly\t it g??a to England. The
dishonest cotton broker who does nott
make his office rent out of th e plcki r?s*
frem the bates be handles ls not con
sidered up-to-date, lt is hopei' by^tho
English visitors to have some ref oxms
in tho baling of cotton instituted."
We wish, toV tiiSftk ?
neighbor* for the % kindness Shot* o
Th<? Second Division of Saluda As- j
sedation will hold ita Union Meeting
will' Shady Grove Church, April 29th
nod :30th. Tho introductory HOI mon
will bo preached on Friday night by
Kev. It. VV. Burts.
11 o'clock-How con our churches
become moro eilicicnt as lights to tho
worldf Opened by Hov. W. T. Tate.
12 o'clock- Is tho tithe system bind
ing on Christians today? If not, why
not? opened by Brother J. Ii. Wat
Place of con? lotion foi sin in preach
ing, past and present. Opened by
Kev. K. W. Kurt?.
10 o'clock-Sunday school and ad
11 o'clock-Sermon by Hov. W. T.
Addresses on missions by seven 1
The question box will be a promi
nent feature. Preparo your queries,
J, W. Perry, Sec.
Killed by His Friend,
Bamberg, S. C., April 2.-This nf ter
noon a youthful tragedy was added to
the already long list of accidental kill
ings. Vernon Ellzey, a lad about 14
years old, was shot by Jimmie Morris,
another white boy about 12 years old.
This time it was tho result of "playing
It was brought out nt the coroner's
inquest that young Ellzey, together
with hie younger brother and Morrie,
were in the general repair shop of
Mr. Buist Brickle. The younger of
the Ellzey brothers proposed that thoy
play robbers; there were a number of
pistols in the shop for repair, and
these were handy for the purpose. It
was a part of the play, which proved to
ba a tragedy, that the Ellzoys were to
hold up MorriB, and as they were car
rying out their iden, Morris' pistol was
discharged, the ball taking its course
with fatal affect through the month
into the brain of Ellzey. The coro
ner's jury returned a verdict saying
that Ellzey came to his death from
gunshot wounds in.hands of Morris.
Immediately following the report of
the pistol the other boys ran ont, and
soon the report of what had happened
bad been circnlated over the street and
a crowd quickly gathered. The sight
was truly a pathetic ono. There fay
the lad who spoke but-the simple
words "Ob, Lord," after being shot, an
empty pistol by his hand, and near
him the other weapon which Morris
had dropped. The Bobs of a little
brother who had proposed the play,
? "but, alas, not the tragedy, were soon
j bined in by the sobs of a strong man,
the deepest expressions of sorrow and
the heart-rending cries of a mother.
And wt at of the yonthjwho must ever
bear the sad intelligence within his
heart of the saddest of remembrances?
Perhaps he could not realize what he
will more folly understand some day:
his cries for bis own mother touched
tbe hearts of all, but bis cries were
answered, while that other mother
must call in vain for her boy.
The boya were ell good friends
and this adds to tbe sad cheam
The place where the accident occur
red is one upon which the hand of fate
seems to rest with unwonted zeal, this
making the eighth of fatal occurrences
which have happened there, some acci
dental and some otherwise.-Tho
Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Please allow me epace in
your dear old paper to thank the many
friend* for their kindness dorina the
illness and death of our dear father
and huobaud, Mr. J. T. Johnston.
May Cod amply reward them for their
Mrs. Ella Johnston and children.
- Bis wife having died a month
?go, William Skassas,. a farmer near
Shamokio. Pa., determined to break
up housekeeping, and while engaged
in removing the bedroom oprpot found
96,000 in greenbacks. His wife wai
known to be a skillful Qoanoier, but it
was never dreamed that aha had aoou
rsul-?C? SUCh a lav?a ?rn ft M nt. Haf
husband knew she was hoarding her.
money, but she never told him .where
she kept it.
- The Asheville board of trade baa
completed negotiations Whereby, three
or four honUred Swedish colonists
will be brought from the East to set
tle io that section. . The colonists be
long to the Swedish Lutheran denomi
nation, and they mil hive '& resident
?astor ia the person of the Rev. Wv
Idlund, who has been there for tome
time making pr?parations for the com
ing of his country mea.' The OolOtt
Uta will engage priuoipally io sheep
raising and agriculture! pursuits. *
- Tbe next teutonbf th? dispen
sary invest?gatiag cooimhteo */ill be
held to Columbia ia abottt thirty u??.,
after Mesare* Lyon andi Ofcrietapeeh;
have made ooo more trip, ?hieb they
are now about to start on' to LGUIi
ville, 8*. ?iouis, Oipeisciii as? e?h?r
whiskey centers io thai- icotion. Then
the tug of war wi il ooae, to show up
some of tho auspicious transactions
on the part of certain houses. ' Tb??
promises to be ono of tho moa*in
teresting sessions tho committee ha's
yet. bad. . . i ? . ':- .''...\?.&*
The old rc us Sn I pei atti I tastes tba
beet : 'Metairttf lb* : tbs 5 rooney. Fr*oas*
mad? tc order, ?ny B1J?, at lire and Mt
?WV* TTITItn Btrvf ?i? - ' ?.BJm
? i im;.i?i.i..ni agjgfeg r mw??
smoot?i asuS ctear? Curca
Leiter to Sheriff Green.
Anderson, 8. U.
Daer Sir : Why, do you think, can J '
Davoe nell puro paint as low as others ! ?
Bell adulterated paiut ? I '
There are 30 or 40 or 00 different makers I
of paint, that rank, in a way, as ''first- *
class;" they have their regions ; one's *
region is lar^e, another's ie small ; every
ono ia ''tirst-class" in its rogloD.
Of th?se 30 or 40 or 50, one is beet, an- 1
other next, and ao on down ; but the
prices are all tho same or about the same *
-you can buy one ior lees than another J
though ; a personal matter sometimes.. ,
But how, do you think, eau Devon eel!
the best for no moie than the rest ? The
answer lu : lt coats leas to sell it ; mo. o to
make, loss to sell. Reputation help* soll f
it. Its 150 years help sell it. ,
Go by tho name. ,
80 F. \V. LEVOE & Co. !
P. H.-W. Ii. Brissey sells our paint. t
Stomach and Liver Trouble Cured. .. ;
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
stomach aud liver trouble as it aide dl
gaation, and stimulates the liver and
bowels without irritating these organs
like pills and ordinary cathartics, lt
cures indigestion and Bick headache and
chronla constipation. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe
and is mild and pleasant lo take; Re
fuse subEtitutCB. Evans Ph a run; cy.
No line of Implements ever manufac
tured has given such genuine and en
tire satisfaction as has been given bv the
Planter?, Distributora and Grain Drills
manufactured by the Cole Mfg. Co, and
sold by Sullivan Hdw. Co. Not a. ?Ingle
complaint ever received. Thousands of
these Machines have boen sold by thia
Company and thia ia certainly a wonder
"To Cure a Felon"
aftya Sam. Kendall, of Pblllipsburg,
Kan., "JUBt cover ii with Bucklon'a Ar
nica Salve and tho Salve will do the
reef." Quickest care for Barns, Boils,
Sores. Beeide, Wounds, Plisa, Eczema,
Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Sore Feet
and Bore Byes. Only 25o at Orr, Gray &
Co' a. 4 rag s tore, G naran teed.
O urea Oeldes Provenu Pneumon?a
More than two full car-loads of Cotton
Hoes have been received by Sullivan
Hdw. Co. This is the finest lot of these
-goods ever brought to this market.
These Hoea are provided with a very
choice lot of well selected, well seasoned,
perfectly straight handles. Do not fall
to ete them before buying your Hoes.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few ?wand
dollars to lend on Land for oliente. Apr
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
fer ohlidrent caf a, ?ure? No opiato?
MONEY TO LOAN for home dienta
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
Have von had trouble in getting good
Coeton Hoes? It no inspect the line of
tbeee gooda jost received by Sullivan
Hdw. Co. and learn if yon eannot get
goods tba? will relieve your troubles.
Foley <fc Co., Chicago, originated Hon..
ey and Tar aa a throat and lang remedy,
and on account of tho great merit and
popularity ci Foley's Honey and Tar
many imitations are offered for the genu
ine. Thees worthless imitations have
similar aoandlng name?. -. Beware of
them. Tho genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar iain a yellow package. Ask for it
and refuse any substituto. It ia the best
remedy for coughs and colds. Evans
low Many People Make Mistakes?
A great many people go through Ufe
vit li tut* Idea that they caa go to & store
md flt their eyes with ft pair of Glasses
nat os easy as they can fit their feet
vith shot**, which is j UBI as impossible
LS buying patent medicines fresa a drag
itore to cure ad ailment, instead ot ocn
lultlng a regular practicing physician
ind have bim prescribe or give them
medicine for that particular trouble.
Thousands of dollars are thrown away
ind SH many ?yes ruined every year by
Tsoplo who patronlzo the traveling ped
iler or fakir, who does not actually
cnow the difference between a concave
ind a oonvex lons, and gives them a pair
}f window glasses lu a cheap frame with
i big namo attached, and charges more
for them than tho graduate optician
would charge for the beat Crystalln*
Tho common or cheap glasses are
made of sand, and Cry*tal Ino Glasses
vo made of pebble, it is just a? i moos
bible to crystallina glass made of sand
as lt is to ?mico a gold ring out of a piece
The citizens of Andersen and sur
rounding country shonld beware of these
foreigners and utrsngerH who travel
through the country seeking whom they
may devour, and if they nave trouble
with their eyes, shonld consult Dr? Mo*
Creery Olvmpb, the eye specialist; who
ls permanently associated with Dr. A.
0. btrlokland, over tho Farmers and.
W -^chants Bonk.
Read testimonial of one of Anderson's
Anderson. H. O, March 1, 1006;
To Whom it May Concern: I have
known Dr. McCreery Glymph for the
past twenty years and cheerfully re
oomme/id htm to the citizens of Ander- -
son and community, who need anything
tn the line of a perfect fit In Bpootaolea
or Eye Glasees. Dr. Glmph fitted mo
with a pair of Eye Glasses fear years ago,
after I bad tried others who claimed to
ba experts and could uot flt mo. The
Glasses fitted by Dr. GlymphLhavo given
all the satisfaction I could H ?siro, and
baveat all tims? been a source of pleas
ure and delight tome, they are asper- -
feet today as they were the first day I
put them on. . T. R. Davis,
The Shoe Man, formerly of Davis and
- .'->-- m * my
Tho Breath of Life,
It's a significant fact that tho strongest
animal or Its sise, the gorilla, also usa
the largest lunga. Powerful lung? means
powerful creatures. How to koap the
breathing organs right should bo man's
chiefest study. Like thousands of
others, Mrs. Ora A. Stephens, of Fort
Williams, O.. bas learned how to -do this.
She writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's
Now Discovery stopped my oough of two
years and oured me of what my friends
thought consumption. O, it's grand for
throat and lung troubles." Griii-antced
by Orr. Gray <fc Co., druggists.. Frice60o
and"81.00. Trial bottle free.
** t Weil Worth Trying.
W. H. Brown, the popular pension
attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt., says: '-Next .
to a pension, tha best thing to get ls Dr.
King's New Life Fills." He writes: " I
..they keep my family, in splendid
health." Quick ours tor Headache, Con
stipation and Biliousness. 2So. Guar
anteed at Orr, Gray A Co's, drug store.
The Richest Mae ia Tho World.
The rich eat man in the world eau not
h?ve his kidneys replaced nor liva with
out them, so lt ls important not to neg
lect these organ*. If Foley's Kidney 1
Cure is taken at the first sign of danger,
the symptoms will disappear and your
health will be restored, aa it strength ona
and buiids un those organs as nothing
elee will* Oscar Bowman, Lebanon,
Ky., writes: "I have nsod Foley's Kid
ney Our? and take great pleasure in
stating it oared me permanently of kid
ney disease, whloh certainly would have
ooat me my Ute." . Evana Pharmacy. ?
m?fflw?m liv. m
Buyers have returned from Mew York with au enormous
Stook of beautiful &oo?0, ali a?w and np*io>aate. flo Old
stylos, Qverythin^ tip to tho standard. Now w? -will lay
ape?la! atreus upon oui aiorohand?se. No houso ia Anderson
caa touch us in quality and .price. " W? B?? ready for the
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A beautiful line of Spring Hosiery from 10o to 6(b per pair. > -;.
A beautiful line of Spring Belts-the latest fsds.
A beautiful line of Spring Han J Baga, in white and colors; to $1.50.
A beautiful line of all junda of Novelties. ? " " ?Xi'X^0^k&??X
Now for a beautiful lino of Wo?V?ood8^ |i
have the latest ?^k
We have moyo Fino Wool Gooda thau any house in Audenoii.
Come and inspect our Steak. 1 *
IN ow xor \>rana ?pang .nunnery,
We have tW right ety?es and prices.
; All wo o>k is to como and inspect our line.
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Alto, a beautiful ?iuo of Bpriug ?bocs xor men, Cona?? and ?ce ns on
-:^V.::.vW*e aro agents for tho Herriok Shoes. The bwi Show ?? Andersen for
Also, a beautiful line of Shirts, Ties and (illara,
Soe us on Trun?w. We ee?l nio^ than any ono iu Ander?on,
Our motto ; "High f?naU^ a?d ?ow Prices^
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