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WHEN IN TOVN
STOP OFF HERE !
Go where you please you'll not find a better selected and
nore varied Stock of Novelties, Dress Fabrics and Millinery
than we are showing. Every department is full of good
things in the newest ideas and very roasonablj' priced. We
iesire especially chat you seo our line
Lawns and Muslins?
There ? ono piece here that will suit any taste.
Of every description.
New Skirts and Shirt Waists.
Pretty HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, Etc.
We are doing the biggest Millinery business you ever
?laid of. It mu?t be right. Just stop in every time you aro
in town. Will be glad to show you.
The Acme of Perfection
Heartily endorsed by every farmer who has ever used
$hem. Of the thousands of these Planters sold by us not a
s?ngle complaint has ever been received.
Every farmer who owns one of them is a most ardent
advertiser of its merits.
Wo h&va never been able to get from manufacturer
?nongh Planters to meet our demands. We therefore urge
tte importance of your buying at once the style Planter j that
Fiant Now 1
^ Cane fceed,
.Corn,;; f \. ?
We can supply your wanta.
A'i':i?NBsi>.\V. APRIL IS, PJuU
Largo congregations aro attending
the special services being conducted at
the Buncombe titreet Methodist Church
by Hov. il. (J. Scudduy, tho evan
gelist. Hois an earnest preacher and
his hearers are greatly enjoying hie
plain, logical presentation of ins sub
jects. A huge chorus choir aids great
ly in the music. Two services are be
ing lu )<] Haily. M neil interest is being
manilc.ii? <l. Mr. Srudday lian recently
conducted successful meetings in sev
eral .South Carolina towns and every
where lus pleaching is highly spoken
ol'.-ii reen ville Moutitaine? r.
Tin* Department ot Commerce at
'.Va sh i II gi on has sent tn the Chamber
ut Commet ce, of t bia city, many sam
ple* td cition goods used in China and
shipped lhere largely by the English
millr.. Thc goods are decidedly bril
iianl in eoloi and there nie about I'Kl
vat lettes m the lot. With the sample*
ea "Mi tm inteiesting pamphlet showing
the nut hods ol packing hy the Eng
lish mills as computed with tito Anieti
can w ay, and the American way show.'
np rather badly. Some ol'the Anfiel'
sou County nulls sell cotton gooda t<
China, and tin- samples and infauna
lion coming with them ure ol particu
lar iIIttn< si to the local mill interest.
Louis It Redmond died nt his bonn
near Seneca last Kridav aller amos
eventful career. Twenty years agi
((edmond waa considered tho mos
notorious moonshiner in the South
He was known all over Hie conn tr;
and made his "contraband'' justas h<
pleased. He was finally arrested au?
alter trial was sentenced ton termo
years in Knited States prison. liewa
tak'Mi to the Federal prison in Albany
N. V., anti remained there for som
years. He was pardoned by Presiden
Cleveland. Since he regnined hi
freedom he has led a peaceful an
law abiding life. He was about sixty
live yeats old.
The Seneca correspondent of th
Keowee Courier say?: "Mr. and Mri
S. D. Cherry have issued invitation
to the marriage of their daughtei
Mary Hates, to Dr. J. Louis Cray, a
Anderson, which will occur at lug
noon on the ltKh inst. The congrats
lations and good wishes of a larg
circle of friends aro being extende
the popular young couple. Mit
Cherry ia one of Seneca's most popuh
young women, Dr, Gray being alf
well and popularly known here, bavin
lived in Seneca for some years. H
now enjoya a largo and literati\
practice in his town, Anderson, an
deserves the congratulations of h
friends upon winning the hand of or
of Seneca's charming dnughters."
MisB Belle Carlisle died .suddenly i
the home of her brother, J. Marie
Carlisle, at Lowndesville. last Sato
day morning. She arose from ber bt
at an early hour and went out into tl
yard to get some wood to start a fi
in the stove. Not returning prompt
her niece went ?ut to Bee tho cauee >
the delny nnd found ber lying on tl
ground. She was picked up ni
rought into the house and before
physician could be enmiuoned den
claimed her ns ita victim. She ht
been in feeble health for a long whil
Miss Carlislo was a daughter of tl
late Robert Carlislo and ID the 03
year of her age. Sho was born ni
reared in Lowndesville, and, with t
exception of a few years spent in A
dereon, lived there all her life. S
was a most f st i mable Christian worn o
having been a devoted member of t
Presbyterian Church since her gi:
hood, and was most highly esteem
by a wide circle o? relatives a
friends. On Sunday morning the i
mains were laid to rest beside those
her mother in the Presbyterian Chnrc
yard at Lowndesville. the funeral ai
vices being conducted by her pastor
Afra. R. I. Yeargin is very sick
this writing, but we hopo she will t>u
be able io bo out again
Mrs. M. L. Campbell, who bus bc
sick for some time, we ur? ?clad tu i
ie belier, and wo bop? shu Y> lil at
John A. Bolt is very sick. We h<
he will soon get well.
The farmers are getting along vi
weil with tneir work, and vii? ??v?
ready for planting- their coin and c
f he gardens are looking very ti
i be little chickens are grow:
fuse and eating 'all they can get. 1
will be glad when they get big enot
The school at this place is gett
Small. Work time is approaching i
the chi ld re?). will have to lay ae
their hook: and go into the field.
_ B. L. d
.Barge? Bridge News;
Wheat and oats in this section pr?
ise n good yield. . y"*
Six families have, recently mo
into our neighborhood from tho mi
They ar? goodj i od nc triona people i
we wish them great prosperity. ;
There are but three families of .
groea within a mile of Burgess Brit
and they seem to be quiet nnd mi
triona. ? .. v..-.. .. v- ?
W. M. Smith haa his cotton 1
ready to plant.
A child of H, 8. Brooks died A
12th after lesa than a day's tiokn
The little one was about fifteen moi
old . and-was buried at White!
Church, the funeral, services bf
conducted by J. T. Mann.
Whitefield school will dose witt
entertainment about May 1st.
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' Union Meeting.
The Third District Union Sa!
Association will meet with Cross Bi
Baptist Church, Starr, 8. C., on
urduy. April 28th, 1906, at 10 a.
The following program will be
10 to' 10:80-Devotional exercises
by Rev. H. B. Pant, after whict
Sanitation will be effected.
11 o'clock-Introductory Sermon
Rev. Wm. Brown. Recess.:
1:45 p. m.-Questions for disent
as fou?w?? v x ?
1. Christian Stewardship-its m
ing and obligations. Opened by li:
4. What ie necessary to propel
velopment of Christian chan
among our Church members! Op
by Rev? P. B. Estes. . ?
I 8. Cb ort h m ember sb ip-ita ob
i tiona and responsibilities as to
I sale and nae of intoxicating tty
Opened by Rev. W. W< Leathers.
??Mn<t??_iA m.. - m.-Sunday ooh
AddrcaabyX.~P* Srqlth, subject c
own aeleeuou. v ?. ?
11:15-M lesion atv Sermon, by
P. B. Ratea. Adjourn to ?80 p. m
2:80 p. m.-Geaer;a Exerciser
ship, &o., to adjournment.
.:. .The Chichea are .orged to
brethren are i ?araesUymwpm
prepare, to diacuas the queahonc
posed by the/rV?nni|ttsee??.
MM:'-. Jtf. M. Borrie,'
a i - A lil/] l
Iva News. .
\V rk on tho e< itnn tull's IN prugre**- j
i ey MHt l*f<<CI<>riU, tl ri ii Wirb t ho i. ppr- -neb '
ot milder und tjHttwr weather it ls ex
pected tho! lt w|li proceed with greater
rapidity. J. L. M aster 4, of Andert-on,
who inn done much >nstructlon work
of a Himilar kind, m building tho md!.
Tho cnpital ?tock ?HM recently incroarvd
from ft200t00<) to $32.0,000, and whoo com
pl. I'd th? mill will bo ene of tho best
iqnlppod In tho county.
Tho activity In building continues.
Amona tho now residencca that iiave
hoon built aro throw of J. L. Mauldin,
W. F. McGee, R. H. Yoar??in, R. P. Mar
tin anti Amos McDonald. Several more
ar?> planned to ho dui t during tho year.
Hw. L. I. Kohol*, of t?eorgia, h-ia been
..ailed to iii? paatora'e nf tho Associate
Reformed Presbyterian (. burcher at Iva,
< j enero? tee aud tue Grove Ho w ll tako
elia'go about tho lirbt of May ui.d will
resido nt I v.r.
Il, L i; m, principal of tho Pchool at
Waterloo, in Laurens County, ?-pout
Surx'ay and Monday with lita ptirei t-s.
MrH. S. li. Milford IIHH returned fr"tn
('.altimore, whore f-lio wan called by the
deni li <#t bur brother.
Thu t\'H M'bool will have ita cloning
xercivaa on ibo 1H h of May. The
hool baa ci joyo?! a prosporotiH y?nr
u \or tho management of Prof. .1 W.
Alta. C, IS. Fant and daughters,
Bertha and Killel, of Johns, Alabama,
are spending awhile with her lather,
Mra. J. 1\ Ledbetter, who ia stayiug
in Asheville, N. C., lor lier health ia
spending awhile with home tulka.
Mrs. I. T. Galloway, who bas been
tmitesick, i:-< better.
Mra. Jesse Cole, of .South Union,
Rpont awhile with her lather, B. D,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Heese Pant's baby is
Cadet Orr Hinco, of Clemson, spent
Saturday acd Sunday with his father,
L. O. Bruce.
Little Miss Bertha Fant is spending
awhile with her aunt, Mis. VVaymon
Buggs, of Maxwell's Ferry.
Mrs. J. A. Wooton has been quite
Miss Lillie Campbell, who has been
visiting her Sister, Mrs. C. E. Fant, of
Johns, Ala., was married to Mr. W.
T. Buiscll, at that place Wednesday
night, April ll, 1000. We regret to
lose Miss Lillie from our circle but
wish them much hnppiuesB. Mr.
Harwell was fortunate in winning ber
tor a bride,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bruce celebrated ber
eighty-third birthday on Easter Sun
day, April 15. She is in good health
and seemed to enjoy the day.
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Money in Elections.
At the session of the legislature in
1005 an act was passed making certain
offences in primary elections misde
meanors and prescribing a form of
pledge to be taken and tiled by every
candidate before offering for election.
Tho act was of no special interest last
year, as no primary eleetion was he'd
But in the election this summer for
the State and some of the County otb*
ces all candidates will have to abide
by the provisions of the act.
Among other requirements every
candidate, immediately after the elec
tion, must tile an item-zed statement
under oath showing all moneys spent
during the election. In at least oho
county tbe tiling t>f such a btatement
has been required before, but only ac
cording to a rule of tbe county execu
tive committee, but it was incorpora
ted into tbe State law at tbe 1905 ses
sion of the legislature.
The provisions of the act will hoof
interest not only to prospective candi'
dates, but to the people generally, and
is given in full aa follows:
An act making certain offences in
primary elections misdemeanors and
prescribing penalties therefor.
Section 1-Be it enacted by the gen
",_; "?-- -ik> u?-?" "? u-.-.?.?
Omi ll ti yr. LU fjij Ul ?UV UIUK; V* uui??u.
Carolina, at or before every political !
primary election held by any political
party, organization or association, for
the pnrpoB i of choosing candidates for
office, or the eleetion of delegates to
I .conventions, in thiB State, any perscn
who ahall, by threats, or any other
form of intimidation, or by the pay
I ment, deliver? or promise of money,
or ether article of value, procuro or
offer, piomise or endeavor to procure,
another to vote for or against any par
ticular candidate in ?n?n consideration
otter to MI vote, shall be guilty of a
ni i ed tm elinor.
Section 2-Every candidate offering
for election, under the provisions of
Section 1, shall make tho following
pledge and tile the same with tho clerk
of court of common pleas for tie!
county in which he ia a candidate, un
less he shanld be a candi to in morel
than on? county, in which ease he1
shall flleAwith the secretary of State,
hftfofs b- s??sM est?? biz
paign, to wit:
- 1, tho uadorftigned.......... of the
county of .......... and ?tate of South
Carolina, candidate for the office of
. w. . ...... hereby pledge that I will
not give nor spend money or aie in
toxicating liquor*? for tho purpose of
obtaining or influencing vote?, and
that I shall, at the conclusion Of the
campaign and before the pv?mary elec
tion > render te the clerk of court (or
Secretary of State, aa hereinbefore pro
vided,) under oath, an itomized state
ment of all moneys spent or provided
byrne daring the campaign for earn*
?aign parp?se* up to that time, ? and I
arther pledge that I will, immediate
ly after the priai^ry eleetion or elec
tions, th at I em. a candidate io. reader
an itemized statement, nnder oath,
showing all farther moneys spent or
provided by me io ?aid election. Pro
vided, that a failure to comply with
this provision abell reader each elee
tion null and void, in so far aa th* eau -
didate who fails to filo the statinent
berala repaired, bot ahall - not affect
the validity ot the olection of any can
didate complyiug wi*h this section.
. And provided, farther, that snob
itemized statement; and pledge ?bal
be open to public inspection at-ai
times, : ,-..-t' ? . $M???m?Fm
Section 8~-That any violation of any
of the provisions of thia act ehallbe
misdemeanor, abd any person,
conviction thereof. shall be tined
leas than SlOO nor more than $500,
. be imprisoned at hard labor for
I lei? than one month nor moro
1 ?<r m^'b? nr both lino and imprison
meat, in the discretion of the OOnrc . '
Approved the 0th day of March, A
D.IOOV .? ' v'. y.-'
- .1 1 . * ^ ^" 1 ? ?' - ....
? ' y ' Nalke: :
The Anderson Couotjr Singing Co?
ventloo ?Ul meet at Salem Ch
nome five mlle*
on Saturday May 5, and Sunday follow
lng at 10 o'clock. Singers,
bring book*. -?. ' .
..Jaet music cheer me last on e&rttt,
And great me fiiiat in. headen.''/
Joan Eskew, Pres.
-i ?mi.'J' - '
There win bean important
ot Bear ?re?fc ; Par?e?9^I^ie^
87. on Saturday, ,AlT.?i
n, ni. Mr. B* F, Karlo la ittv
lecture. yj-?\ir- ::. / _ ,mJ- _ .<?? ?
MTr>ni Pt'* ,
A Terrible Accidenl.
; fi reen wood, April 15-Little Alex
ander, tue two year-old eon of Mr. and
Mrs. D. AI. Nixon, who live at the
Connie Maxwell Orphanage here, met I
n tragic death Saturday afternoon, i
The little follow fell backward? into a
can of hoi lin?: hot water which had
been placed on the floor of the room
preparatory to scouring the floor. He
was playing in the room and in some
wuy fell b?"*k?7_TdB into the can of
hot watti. He waa fearfully scalded
but managed to extricate himself from
tho can, but his injuria?? resulted in
death. The lunera' exercise* wore
held at the Orphanage yesterday a??er
?000. Tho burial will take place in
Charleston, tile former homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Nixon today. Mr. Nixon hos
charge of the Orphanage farm.
Greenville Tigers Caught.
Henry Kelly, Jim Kelly and Russell
Kelly, all while, have been arrested
and were placed in jail, hut now out
un bond, waiting the right of a pre
liminary hearing. In tlio possession
of these men the ollicers state they
found ;i complete blind tiger outfit.
IN bottles of contraband liquor and
two very clever tin contrivances for
canyitig whiskey concealed beneath
These tin contrivances contained
liquor when discovered. They are BO
made that they lit tho body closely, a
spigot being at:ached so that tho
whiskey may be drawn without re
moving the apparatus from the body
and with little inconvenience. With
an overcoat buttoned it would bo
practically impossible todotect tho ap
paratus attached to a man's body.
The oilicera have found numerous
contrivances for tho purpose of con
cealing and transporting liquor, but
these two vessels surpass any in the
way of novelty.-Greenville special to
News and Courier.
Man Disappears in Sparenburg.
Spartanburg, April 10.-Dr. Oscar
Nicholls, of Enoree, to all appearances
has disappeared. He was last seen on
Wednesday night when he returned
with a party which had been Haning.
The members of the party say that he
went home but his family say he did
not. Since that time there has been
nothing Been of the man.
He is about 45 years old and is a
dentist in good circumstances and has
a wife and two daughters. Nicholls
was originally from Asheville and had
been living in Enoree about three
months. He is described as being
about n foot 8 inches in height, of a
slender build, with a red moustache
and sandy bair, with light blue eyes
and a dashed face. When last seen he
was wearings brown coat und white
shirt and a black hat.
It is known by bis tam i ly that ho
did not have much money with him
on the day on which he was last seen.
Nicholls is described SB a man who is
very fond of his family and they are
Hi loss to what his disappearance
means. The matter has been put in
the bands of Sheriff Nicholls, of Spar
tanburg County, and any information
SB to his whereabouts will be appre
ciated both by the sheriff and the
300 Horses are Burned.
Baltimore, > April 10.-About .three
hundred horses and mules were burn
ed to death and the auction stables of
Aloses Fox, on Kurth street, was Com
pletely destroyed early Saturday by
tire. The damage is estimated at
about $108,000. The largest terminal
warehouse of the Northern Central
railroad, which stands hear to the
stables, was threatened, but the lire
men kept the fire from gaining head
way._ jr ? .. ,
. STRAYED OR 8TO LEN-?tt, Satur*
dav. Marah SUL one liver and tolue spot*
ted'blauer dog'. Answer? to name o?
Carlow. ? Reward if returned to Tbomaa
L. Alston, No. 413 MoDufne street.
?Cole Cotton Planters areas good aa
gold dollars," woe the expression from
one o? Salli van Hurd were Ca's, oua
? Young Seiner at 70.
"My mother haleuddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of Intense
anfferinoj from dyspepsta had entirely
disabled ber, nntlt slx_ni6nth^: ego,
when abe began-taking isiectr?? oUiafv.
wbtnb bave completely .oared her and
restored the strength ?nd activity *he
had in tbs prime of life/V writes Ai rsi W,
L. Qiipatnck, of Danfortb, Me.. Great
est rrstorativo medicine on the globe.
Sets Stomach, Liver and Kidney?? right,
purifica tba blood, and cures Malaria,
Bl ll loo ?-of SH and Weaknesses,-, Wonder
ful Nerve Toute. Price B0a.? Guara o:e id
by/Orry Gray & Co's, drog store. . - >. : \
Gem. ins Keystone; A^Jusrtble;W?e4eM
axe aoid by ouihjvrxi. now. vin. *, ^
Poultry Netting, all height la carried
j| Cared Hewrrtags? ef tbs LOBBS. ;
"?sr?rsl years since my longa <??re sd
To The Trustees of Si.hm Church.
Gentlemen:- . - . <
We want to donate BO me L. <fc M. Paint
to your church whenever they paint.
The largest Methodist church In Geer- I '
gla expected to uae 100 gallons? of the 11
usual kind of paint, they only used 32
callena L. <fc M. mixed with 24 gallons 1<
Linseed Oil. i
It costs less to paint a house with L. & 11
M. than with other paint, because painter 11
mixes Linseed Oil frosh from tho barrel
at 00 cents a gallon with L. <ft M., and
doesn't pay ?1.50 per gallon for Linseed
Oil as done if ready-for-use paint is used.
Also because the L. & M. Zinc hardeoH
the L. A M. White Lead ?nd raaUes the
paint wt-sr like irou.
Actual cost L. & M. about ?1.20 per gal
Bold by F. B. Cray ton. Anderdon, B.C.;
E. R. Horton, Lowndesvilte. t>. C.; T. C.
Joel, jon, Iva, 8. C ; F. L. Hopper, Bal
tan, e. C.
results from choronlc constipation, which
1H ?pjiokly cured by Dr. King's New Lire
Pille. They remove ail poisonous germs
from the system and infuse new lite and
vigor; curo9 nour stomach, nausea, head
ache, dizziness and colic, without grip
ing or discomfort. 25o. Guaranteed by
Orr, Gray <fc Co., druggists.
Danger From Tho PlaQue.
There's grave danger from the plague
ofOourjha and Colds that are BO preva
)?vt, unless you take Dr. King's New
: decovefv for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. Mrn. Geo. Walle, of Forest Oltv,
Me., write*: "It's a Godsend to people
living in cl i raatos where coughs and
colds prevail. I find it quickly ends
them. It prevents Pneumonia, cures La
Grippo, gives wonderful relief in Asthma
ard Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs
strong enough to ward off Consumption,
Coughs and Colds." ?Oe and $1.00. Guar
anteed by Orr, Gray dc Co's, drug store.
Trial bottle free.
Stomach and Liver Ti sable Cured.
Orin? Laxative Fruit Syrup oares
stomach and liver trouble as it aids di
gestion, and stimulates the liver and
bowels without irritating these organs
like pills and ordinary .cathartics. It
cures Indigestion and sick headache and
chronic constipation. Orino Laxative
Fruit Cyrup does not nauseate or gripe
aud is mild and pleasant lo take. Re
fuse substitutes. Evans Pharmaoy.
A Badly Burned ?lrl
or boy, man or woman, is qulokly ont
of pain If Buoklen'a Arnica Salve ls ap
plied promptly. G J. Welch, of Tekon
sha, Mich., says: "I use lt In. my family
for outa, sores and all skin injuries, anti
find it perfect." Quickest Pile eera
known. Best healing salve made. 25o
Orr, Gray & Co's, drug store.
No line of Implements ever manufac
tured has given such genuine and en
tire Batlsfantion as has boen given bv the
Planters, Distributors and Grain Drills
manufactured by the Cole Mfg. Co, and
sold by Sullivan Hdw. Co. Not a single
complaint ever received. Thousands of
these Maoblnea have been sold by thia
Company and this is certainly a wonder
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew ^..oaaud
dollars to lend on Land for clients. . Ap?
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
forcftltarettt safe, ?ira, 23o oplatm
MONET TO LOAN for home clients
[ on easy terms. -. . \
Simpson <s noon, Attorneys.
Have vou had trouble in getting good
Cotton Hoes? If so ins peet the line of
these gooda Just received by Sullivan
Hdw. Co. and learn if you oannot get
goods that will relieve your troubles, ?
How Many People Make Mistakes ?
A great w?uy people go through life
.. (th the idea that they can go to a atore
ind fit their eyes with a paJr of Glstrite*
[oat as essy as they can flt ?heir feet
with shoes, which la juptaa Impossible
is baying patent medicines frew a drag
?tore to cure au ailment, instead ot con? '
suiting a regular practicing physician
and have him prescribe or give them
medicine for that particular trouble.
<. Thousands of dollars are thrown away
and as many eyes ruined every year by
people who patronize the traveling ped
dler or fakir, who does not actually
know the difference between a concave
and a convex ians, and gives them a pair
of window glasses in a cheap frame.with
a big name attached, and charges more
for them than tba graduate optician
would charge for the best Crystallne
Tho common or cheap glasses aro
made of Hand, and Crystallne Glosses
a-e made of pebble, it is justas impos*
foible to crystaliz9 a gla?s made of sand
RN it is to make a gold ring out of a piece
of hruB?. I
The citizens of Andorson and sur?
rounding country should bewareof these
foreigners and utrangers who travel
through the country seeking whom they
may devour, and if they have trouble
with their eyea, should consult Dr. Mc
Creery Gi vin pb, the eye specialist; who
is permanently Associated witb Dr. A.
O. ?trickland, over the Farmers and
Read testimonial of one of Anderson's
Anderson. 8. C , March 1, 1003.
To W?:? it May Concern: I have
known Dr. McCreery Glymph for the
past twenty years and cheerfully re
commend him to the cltizans of Ander
son and community, who need anything
in tho line of a perfect fit In Speotaoles
or Eye Glasses. Dr. Glmph fitted mo
with a pair of Eye Glasses four years ago,
after I had tried others who claimed to
be experts and could not fit me. The
Glasses fitted by Dr. Glymph have given
all the satisfaction I could desire, and
have at all times been a souroeof pleas
ure and delight to me, they are as per
fect today aa they were the first day I
put them on, T. B. Davis,
The Shoe Man, formerly of Davis and
The RIchost Man in The World.
The riebest man in the world can not
have bis kidneys replaced nor live with
out them, so it is Important not to neg
lect those organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first sign of danger,
the symptoms will disappear and your .
health will be restored,as it strengthens
and builds no these organs as nothing
else will. Oscar Bowman, Lebanon,
Ky., writes: "I have used Foley's, Kid
ney Core abd take great pleasure in
stating it cured roe permanently of kid
ney disease, which certainly would have
cost me my life." Evans. Pharmacy.
Ourea Ooldea Prevents Pnocatonla
More than two full car-loads of Ootton
Hoes have been received by Sullivan
Hdw. Co. This is the finest lot of these
goods ever brought to this market.
These Hoes are pro vic; ed with a very
choice lot of well ec! au ?od, well seasoned,
perfeotly straight handles. Do not fail
to see them before buying your Hobs.
THE ?RI814?. ,
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Hon..
ey and Tar aa a throat and lang remedy,
and on account o7 the great merit and
popularity or Foley's Honey and Tar
many Jml tat iou a are offered for the genu
ine. These -worthless Imitations have
similar sounding names Beware of
them. The -genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar is In a yellow package. Ask for it
and refuse any substitute. It la the beat
remedy for coughs and colds. , Evans
Pharmacy. * >
Buyer* haye rettini?d ||HM??||^^?||^^^^^H
t Stock of. beautiful GOOOB, all new and up-to-date. ?Fo old
I* styles, everything np to_ the stan?ara*V ??w: W? will lay
?pscial stress apon our merchandise. Ho house in Anderson
? ??? touch ns in quality and ??l??; We ate ready for the
Spring business.. ;
A beautiful lino of Spring Hosiery from 10c to ?Oo, per pair.
A beautiful line of Spiring Be?ts^th? latestfads. . 'y
A beautiful line of Spring Hand Baga, ia white and colors, 256 to'$1.59.
A be^ut?hl lino of all >!w?ds of Novelties.
Now for a b^?f$;iu^ ;'?
Weiuvre the lateefc ?ds? ^
We have moro Fino Wool Goods than any house ia Auder jon.
i:.. A beautiful line of : Wash Goodar*.ev.ery?i??? imaginable.
1?. 1 Now for Grand Spring Millinery.
AU we ask io io come and Inspect our ? ine.
.', Kew Spricg.Oxfords for Lap?ea. . > ' '.'' ' ?^^^^lr^^K^
yt- ^Alw, ? beamfe^ lm? on
We are agente for the Herrick Shoe*. Tho beat Shoes in Anderson for
the money,,; ' \ ' ' ' ? '^Mf^p??^^^^^k* ?:
We have the latest rads in Clothing
Also, aWu^l^ne CoHani * ? ^.Sf'
Bee na on .franks* ^ > .
pur motto : ?TOgh fttpu^ty and X,ow trices." 'Sf^Mf
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