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The Handles are strongly attached to Frame and the
Blades are easily adjusted.
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in aa much aa ita construction permita it to be used, not
only aa a weed exterminator, while the crops are young,
but as a Shallow Cultivator between the rows until the
crops mature, which method of cultivation has interested
the up-to-date farmer to such an extent that the thousands
v ho have been agitating it are a unit in testifying toits
necessity, claiming that the growth and production of the
crops depend upon frequent and shallow cultivation, and
that no implement yet invented is as well adapted to the
condition as the Keystone Adjustable Weeder and Shallow
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Every Blade forged from fughest grade Hoe Steel. Each
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Lawns and Muslins.
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Of ?very description.
New Skirts and Shirt Waists.
pretty HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, Etc.
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..J>M?S1>A?, MAY 2, liJuU
Marriage of a Popular Couple.
One of tho prettiest weddings of thu
season in Andereon wan celebrated in
the First Baptist Church nt high noon
on Wednesday, April 2~>, when Mr.
Benjamin Franklin Martin and MIKS
Oleo King were united in marriage.
The church wa? most elaborately deco
rated iti white and green. The two
dames ol honor were Mrs. Eula lill
lingham and Mr*. B. B. Bleckley.
Both wore white silk mull, with large
white hals, and carried white ea rna
tioiiH. Th? maids all wot?; dainty lace,
trimmed white organdies, with pink
naliii girdles arni pink rose hats, and
curried armfulN of pink carnations.
They wen? as follows: Mif-s Clara Duc
kett, of Clinton; Mips Kubank Taylor,
Miss Annie ['revest, Mis? Bessie Cray
ton, Miss (Jniii? Maiti?, of Greenville;
Miss Evie Lewis, Miss Berner Farmer,
Miss Mary Ligou, Mina Mae S!:innate,
Miss Anna Boss Cunningham, Miss
Vermelle Dargan. Miss Grace Spencer.
TUM ushet* were Messrs. Clnude Earle,
Richard Watson, of Greenville, Blair
Bice, Tom Allen, E. C. McCown, Wal
ter GaBsaway, ot Columbia; G. B.
Greene, Fuller Watson, Marshal Earle
und Frank Watkins. The groom en
tered with his best man. Mr. Forman
Martin, ot' Columbia, and mot the bride
at the altar, who came in with her
brother, Mr. B. C. King. She wore an
elegant gown of white crepe do chine
with a long bridal veil caught with
orange blossoms, and carried a shower
bouquet ot' li lien of the valley.
The Kev. J. D. Chapman performed
the ceremony. Immediately efter the
?ceremony a large reception was ten
dered at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Paratino King, on Benson street.
The young couple left on the 3 o'clock
train for a Northern trip.
Weds English Girl.
An international marriage with sev
eral unusual features culminated Mon
day evening in the marriage at Toney
Creek, in lower Greenville county, of
Miss Agnes Thompson, of Yorkshire,
England, and Mr. E. Holbert Acker,
one of the most substantial planters
and best citizens in the oounty,
Several yeara ago Mr. Aeker waa
visiting relatives in Alabama, and met
Mies Thompson, also visiting Ameri
can kin. They became great friende
and Mr. Acker was of considerable ser
vice to Miss Thompson in facilitating
her return to England.
A correspondence that ensued re
sulted in an engagement, and last
Friday Miss Thompson landed in New
York, having crossed the Atlantic on
the Campania. She was met at the
shin by Mr. Acker, but the marriage
wbicb had been arranged to take
place immediately uoon her arrival
did not take place. " Mr. Acker felt
some delicacy in allowing Miss
Thompson to marry him until ste knew
him better and have a more intimate
knowledge of what her environments
would be. So he proposed that she
come to South Carolina with him,
spend several days in his community,
and then make her decision. If ano
should feel that ber life would be happy
with bim, they would morry at once;
if she were diBanpointed, abe should
return to England and he would defray
her traveling expenses.
They were in Greenville for a few
hourn Sunday on their way to Toney
Creek. The prospective bridegroom
would not talk, pending Misa Thomp
eon'o decision. They went on to his
handsome coontr? estate in the lower
part of th? county, and presumably
Misa Thompson found conditions satis
factory, for a telephone message from
Toney Creek yesterday said that they
were married the previous afternoon.
The bride is a handsome and very
attractive young woman, about twenty
two years of age. Her husband is a
widower, sixty or more, with several
?rown children and many broad acres,
lis home is one of the moat comfort a
ble in the county, and he hu* bern
known for many'years11 HS a good /citi
xen, a generous' neighbor a? d a tine
firmer. His family is ?>ue of the best
in the Piedmont and hi* children are
rf spec ted and valued cit liens of ti yeral
cnmoiumties. None of them live at
the ancestral home.
Mr. Alex. Aeker is the agent for the
Son them Railway at Aiken, another
son is chief clerk to Division Passen*
grf Agent, K. V.% Hunt, is Char?ee?on^
and still another is in the Southern
servies. M ra. Frank T. Welborn, of
Whltamaton, ls ?fr. Acker's daughter,
and be is related to prominent Ander
son people.-Greenville News, April 25.
. Furman University Notes?
. The work on the new Carregio-Jud
son library is progressing very nicely.
O o'y a week ago the ground waa broken
ann already much of the material for
the building has been laid down and
the work necessary for the foundation
about finished. The building, to cost
$10,000, is given by Mr. Andrew Car
negie, on the conditions that an endow
ment sufficient for its care, etc., be
given. Over a year ago this condition
was complied with by sn unknown
friend of the University. Many had
an idea of who this friend Wss nev it
was not definitely known who this
friend was until Dr. Potent announced
on Thursday afternoon, April 19th,
tbat this friend was none other than
Dr. Charles Halletts Judson. This
will add a great deal to Forman in
every way. lt will be completed by
?. The athletic field bas been greatly
improved this year, both oo the dia
mond and also fey having a very hand
some and substantial grand stand
erected for the benefit of the many
visitors that come to the garnis.
The annual field day exercises were
held Saturday. This is always quite
an important event at Furman, ano the
records made in tbs different contests,
such as the pole-vault, broad and high
jump, running board jump, the shot
put, and hammer throw was moat grati
fying to those who had the work in
charge, lt is a well known fact that
college men are many times neglect
ful of their bodies. Field day is a long
Btep towards remedying thia mistake.
For each a suitable prize ia given by
the merchants of the city and this
makes the interest taken in contests ali
the keener. Besides the jumps, pole
vaulting, etc., there are a number of
other events, such sa 1 mile, ? mile? i
mile on down to 100 yards dash.
Among the r.ost Interesting of the
content J ia the. relay race, which ls a
contest between the o'nsses-4 men
representing each class, running 230
yards apiece. The Freshman ilata were
the victors thia year. -
. In tbs M in tb Annual Contest of thc
South Carolina Collegiate Oratorical
Contest at Greenwood, Friday, April
27th. Mr. C. 8. Maree, representing
Formen, won first place. Mr. Maret
spoke on "The Carnage of Industry S
Eight cul?eges were fighting for firsl
place rmd each sent its most giftet]
speaker to battle for the laurel. ThU
is a groat honor Mr. Maree has won
and Pnrmau is justly proud of him
"Of nine of these eon tests Furman bat
won first or second place in all but tw<
of them. * .
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Greenville, 8. C., April 80th. , .
Th?- ?-pi mg torin ot tho Court of Gen
< ral ?e??iuiiH fur Anderson County, will
convene in thin city on tho third Mon
day, lil Ht iiirtt. Tho tolloving petit
juror? have been drawn to servo dut
ton tho terni:
W. ?. Simpson, W. C. Brown, J. T.
Robert?. J. S. Hamhy, J. L. Farmer, B.
li. Bleekley, L. L. Hatcher, J.T.Penr
J. M. King, Belton.
L. E. Campbell. Ferry Smith, Broad
J. K. Erskine, Rufus Burrias, Cen
\V. F. Cook, Corner.
M. H. Sexton, lt. A. Sullivan, Fork.
A. J. Smith, Garvin.
ll. M. Morrow, J. R. Ashley, H. M.
A. T. Robert Bon, linnea Fat h.
C. H. Baientino, L. R. Watson, J. R.
J. C. Shirley, .J. A. Robinson, Martin.
B. tiarri^, D. L. Reid, J. T. Caner,
S. H. Campbell, R. H. Norris, Rock
J. E. McGee, Savancab.
W. F. dnelgrove, Var?jnnes.
W. A. Simpson, J. I . Mauidiu, Juo.
A. Cobb, Williamston.
A very pretty home wedding was
solemnized at the residence of Mr.
J.D. Thompson on April 2?th, when
his oldest daughter, Mias Lizzie, was
Kt ven in marriage to Mr. Walter
Prioce. Rev. A. W. White, of Pied
mont, pronounced the solemn words
which united their destinies for life.
Only the immediate relatives of the
two families were preaent at the mar
riage, but this worthy young couple
have many friends who wish them
much happiness in the state of matri
Rev. 8. W. Henry, of Pendleton,
with his wife and children, paid a
much appreciated visit recently to the
family of J.D. Thompson and E. M.
Miss Maggie Allgood and sister, Ber
nice, went to Greenville last week to
visit Misa Lee Allgood, who ia a stu
dent at Greenville Female College.
Hon. Perry Glenn and wife, of An
derson, were visiting ia their old
neighborhood recently nod were glad
ly greeted by roany friends.
Misa Jennie Blassingame, of Piel ne,
was the guest of her cousin, Misa Joe
Rankin, for a few daya last week.
There was a alight frost here one
morning laat week but it did no harm
except to some tender vegetation.
Since then we have bad some tine
showera and warm* weather, which
has been a great benefit to garden and
crops. Cotton is coming op finely and
wheat and oata are looking beautiful.
This aection ia lovely now with ita
velvet award of Bermuda pasture, the
tender green of the leaves, while the
bloom of May flowera perfume the air
and add to ita beauty.
The Slabtown Democratic Club met
here on April 28th and elected the fol
lowing officers for the next teim: J. O.
Pickens, President; F. M. Glenn, vice
President; E. M. Browne. Secretary;
Capt. G. A. Rankin member of Exe
cutive Committee; W. D. Colly, L. E.
Prioce, E. M. Browne and Keith AU
good delegates to the County Conven
Once again the Almighty ha? poured
forth hie blessing upon ua mortal
beings id the shape of nice, refreshing
showers, which was greatly appreciat
ed. Cotton will soon be np tb a stand,
and while it ia getting to' the proper
size to begin cultivating the farmers
will be busy planting corn and forage
A large nimber of our people attend
ed the all-day singing at Central last
third Sunday. A large crowd was
preaent and the leaders did some good }
singing. Un the first Sunday in June "
there will be an all-day aong service at
Sharon, six miles Eaat of Pendleton^
AH leaden are invited to be present?
and especially Prof a. w. W. Hale,
Adolphus Bolt and John Eskew; also,
all leaders who belong to the Brushy
Creek Association. Come, everybody,
and let's have a good time. An effort
will be made to organize a Garvin
Towm?h?p Convention and we solicit
the a*Mi*tance of all other conventions
and associations. ? ?
On the stcond Sunday afternoon in
May th? propio of the community are
invited to moot at Sharon, at 8 o'clock,
for the purpose of spending an hour or
two in singing., All who have a copy
of "Windows ot Heaven,'* No. 8, are
invited to bring them.
Laat Friday the ic hool at this, place
had a picnic dinner on the shoals, near
the school honso. .Prof.- Morris, of
Clemson* made a nice talk to the
school In the forenoon and in the after
noon he made another one to the pat
rons. Both were instructive and.
greatly enjoyed. D. H. Russell also
made a speech in his characteristic
atyle, which waa highly appreciated.
Miss Mary Shoaler read an address,
which waa both good and instructive.
A game ofball was played in tfco after
noon by the Lebanon second nine and
the W al ker-Mo Lem oy le first nine, In
vf bi ch the latter were the victors, the
score stsndlng Lebanon 6, MoLemoyle
7. - . .?'."?.
airs. Ed.. Pressley is visiting ?ela
tives in Soartanburg.
A number of onr people went to Bia
and Twenty last Sunday to attend the
Union meeting at that place. , .VA? , *
We are glad to leam that W. G.
Wilson, who went to Hot Springs some
time ago for the benefit ot his neal tb,
ls greatly improved. Prof. MeD.
Wearne will teach a twenty-days' sing
ing, school at Flat Kock Church some
time thia summer. Two , charming
yoong ladies, MisseP Louella and Alice
Mc w borter, of Easley, visited relati ves
in thia community fast Saturday and
Sunday. A. F. S ?ii tb, a popular pho
tographer of White Plain, was in this
section a few days last week* One of
tho moat interesting characters of this
part of the country ia Mr, Leander
Bogga, who is no* in his 91st year. . lt
ia very Interesting to hear him talk of
events 'hat happened 75 or 80 years
ago. Some time'in the near future
we. will writeup a sketch : ot tho lite;
of thia venerable old man, with some
very Interesting incidents that have
come under his observation. ???#?
Some time this summer there will be
a reunion of the old Confederate vet
erans and former pupils of the old
Thsleau Academy, afc this place. . No
time haa been set, ont a grand treat ia
in stoke for al! who ft tes u.
Was Wattles, Away. "
.'11 had been troubled with aSdnoy dlSrJ
sat* ter the last Ava years,'.' writes Rob i
en R. WatU, of Salem, ?low ~~? ??ai fl#b'i
and never felt well and doctorad with j
sonad- sad wed.". DUrlog the a u m m er
? Vio tor' ? PatoD t Heel 8 weeps are popu
lar *?ah rosny far mets. Thate S^ep?
can bs bought from sullivan Hdw* tia,
Mrs. ii. G. Anderson Entertains.
MIK. il. G. Anderson gave a most de
ighilul party Friday afternoon in
lonor of her friend, Miss Evans, of
Uidersou. fne guests were invited
or five o'clock and at that hour the
oom? wore tilled with handeonio and
Mrs. Anderson's dining room decora
ions were white roses aud maiden-bair
eros, while in tho hall large vases et
vhite jonquils were used. The scheme
>f entertainment was a "Romance of
'"lowers," being a series of qacBtions
>n dainty cards which each guest was
eqnested io answer. Mrs. James P.
iiadley gave the greatest number of
:orrect answers and to her wau pro
moted a handsome bouquet of La
france roses tied with broad pink
ibbon. Mrs. Bradley in turn, grace
a\ly presented the bouquet to the
ruest of honor.
Throughout the afternoon Mis* Marie
?ray served cool and delicious ue< tar.
The refreshments consisted of ekes,
lonbons anu ice cream.-Abbeville
Closing of Biz Spring School.
Big Spring School closed last Friday
aighc, April 27tb, with a very inter
ning entertainment. The school has
been tanght thia year by Mies Med.
Major, of Belton, and the closing exer
;isee did credit to both teacher and
A stage was erected outside, as the
school building was not large enough
Lo accommodate such a large crowd.
The rostrum was beautifully decor
ated in vines and roses, with candles
placed here and there, making the ef
fect inoro pleasing.
People began to gather by sundown
and by 8 o'clock a large crowd bad as
Tne mnsio was furnished by Miss
Maude Branyon, who is a musician o?
rare skill, on the organ.
Following is the program:
Recitation - "Mamma's Dalling,"
Mise Bertie Murdock.
Recitation-"Jap Miller," Miss Amy
Solo-"Now Was I Wrong," Mies
Recitation-"Hio. First Thanksgiv
ing," Alaster Claude Murdock,
Recitation - "The Modern Girl,"
Miss Devona R obi neon.
Drill-"Come Play With Me," twelve
little boys and girls. _
Recitation-"Curfew," Miss Ellie
Recitation-"Vacation," Miss Bertie
Newsboy's Drill-Twelve Boys.
Reel ration-"Three That Are Fa
mous,*' Mr. John Fields.
Recitation-"Alaska," M?BB Beulah
Recitation- "An Impromptu Prayer,"
Master Herold Pruitt.
Declamation-"Keep Away From
the Girls," Mr. Lamar Banister.
Drill-"Red, White and Blue," nine
Song-"Red. White and Blue."
Recitation-"My Prayer." Master
Raymond Davis. _ .
Reading-"Sam's Letter," Mr. Bry
Recitation-"Santa Claus," Misa May
Murdock. , ...
Recitation-"ilona's Waters," Miss
Allie Branyon. . .
Etheopean Farce-"Axin Her Fath
er." , X.
' Letter tv G. ft', folly & Sea,
Anderson, S. O.
Paar Bira 2 Hartr'a a lfi-yaar yarn,: yon
like yarna,don't you ? It cornea from'
Odell Hardware Co., Greensboro, N. O.
Mr. R. O Glenn's noose In tbat town
was painted Davos shoat 15 years ago,
ind next, this year. . ' .?? ?
A bouse, next-door, was pslnted about
the same time With another paint, sup
nosed to be good. Tnt? house waa paint
ia aastn snout 5 years sgo with still
lumber paint, that professes to be extra-,
ordinary. .' ,. 1 ^ . ? -,~*uV'' - ' *'. '
Glenn's house, before lt wes painted
fust now, . waa in ss good condition as
that one. Dsvoe 15 years ; th? .other 5
veers-guess that's, shout how? to put lt.
? But t bia extraordinary p ai ut la a bluff ;
Devpe la thepamt, " '
: Tours truly, ' ' f
85 . - P, W.Ttarvoa & Co.
P. S.-W? L. Brlsasv sslla our paint.
M?lica af Mtetlig af ta? Aatfareaa Li
The annual meeting of the Anderson
Library Association will be held at the
rooms of the Association In the City
Rall,Vat Anderson, 8. C., on Monday,
May 7,1906-, at 5 o'clock p. m. A' greas
de 1 ?f important butin?es will be trans
acted, and among other mattera to coma
before tbs. Association will be the con
.td-ration or . a resolution to change tue
by-laws..eo aa to do away with tbc ad
visory board, aod to place th?v manage
ment of the Association in ibo banda of
a board of trastee?! ?leo au a mend naeat
to tba by-laws, providing that they may
be changed ac any regular m eating by
unanimous; cona*nt, or at any apodal
m ??tlug, after two* weeks' nodes of say
proposed change. It ls earnestly urged
(bat ?ll the members of the Association
be present at tbU taeetlpg.
J. A. B?**? President; '
?; Margaret E rana, Secretary. ;
Experienced travellers -baye found
5rest benefit by taking with.them a bet*,
e. of D v 8 ET u ; A it 5 0 LU' a, BA LS A M. lt
cores. illness oaoaed hr Impure: water
abd budden eb s=g^? of oil m ate. War
rant ed by wu hi te & wiihite afc* w; E.
Atkinson .-.?. ? .\^-.^^;?i;>;'
- War Astlstt CsssBB?plWfr.->
, All nitioos sra endeavoring 'to" check,
th H ravages of con sum pt lon, tba ''White
plague" that olatms so many victims
saab ye*r. Foley's Honey, ajid .Ota
eures coa g h* and colds perfectly aud-you,
are in uo danger of oonsu voptton. g Do
not risk your b?alth by taking wac on
known prepar?tioU??Wheb Foley's Honey
and tar lenaaf* ??nd certain tn result*.
Ante f..r Foley's B??ey, and Tar and in
aiat upon having it. ?vaos Tbarmaoy. >
qixto?ljr ?urod by
ORINO totw Wtfynjg
as it sweetens a?s^kf|p||
the stomach and act? f,< a
ftKtie stimulant on the tiver
and bowels, lt will positive.
Hound "/rip Rates via C. 1 W. C. Rali
To Augusta. Ga.-Account May Car
nival. May 9-10, 190(5. Round trip rate,
}ne first-class fare, plus 25 couta. Tick- ,
ste on aale May 7, 8 and for train? ached- ,
aled to arrive in Auguta before noon of J
Mav 0, with dual return limit May 12,
To Greenville, 8. 0.-Account General,
Assembly of the Prenby terian Church 8
in United States. May 17-25, 1900. Round e
inp rp:o, one first clase fare, plus 25 | s
COPta. Tickets onfsale May 14.15 and 10,
with ii J.'ri return limit May 31, 1908, ex
cept that by deposit of tickets with Spec- 11
lal Agent at Greenville, and payment of 1
fee of fifty cents at time of deposit, an \
extension of final limit to June 15, 1900, 1
may be obtained. 1
To Chattanooga,Teun.-Account South- '
ern Baptist Convention and Auxiliary ?
Societies, May 10-15, 1900. Round trip 1
rato, one first-clans fare, plus 25 cents.
Tickets ou salo May 8, U and 10, 1900,
with final return limit ten days la addi
tion to date of sale, except that by de- 1
posit of tickets with 8peoiai;Agent, Chat- 1
tanooga, and payment of fVo of fifty [
cents at time of deposit an extension of
the finr.l limit to June 15, 1900, may be
General Passenger Agent.
Root's Bee Sectios? at Faotory Prloe.
We sell any quantity from 25 up to
10,000, in No. 1 or No. 2 grade. When In
town call and get prices. We also carry
fou ndatlou comb In stock. The Magnet,
next door to PostoiBoe, Anderson, 8. C.
The old man Snipes still makes tho
best Pictures for the money. Frames
made to order, any size, at live and let
live prloe. Fancy Pictures and Glass
for sale. 39-tf
A Youno Mother at 70.
"My mother bas suddenly been mads
young at 70. Twenty years of Intense
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
disabled her, until six months ago,
when ohe began taking Electric Bitters,
which have completely cured her and
restored the strength and activity she
had jo the prims of Ila," writes Mrs. W.
L. GJlpstnok, of Donforth, Me, Great
est restorative medicine on the globe.
Sets fi to mach,'Ll ver and Sidneys right,
purifies the blood, and cures Malaria,
Biliousness and Weaknesses. Wonder
ful Nervo Tonio. Prloe 50c. Guaranteed
by Orr, Gray & Co's, drug store.
gteke* GSkmsya ead Stealer Bight
"Blue Ridge"' Harrows muBt be seen
and used tobe appreciated. This ls the
moat perfect Cotton Cultivator ever man
ufactured. Sold by Sullivan Hardware
results from choronio constipation, which
ls quickly cured by Dr. King's New Lire
Pills. They remove all poisonous germs
from the system and Infuse new lire and
vigor; cures sour stomach, nausea, head
ache, dizziness and collo, without grip
ing or discomfort. 25o* Guaranteed by
Orr, Gray & Co., druggists.
Danser Fran The Plagas.
ThereTs grave danger from the plague
of Coughs and Colds that are so preva
lent, unless you take Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls, of Forest City,
Me., write?: "It'e w Godsend to people
living in climates where coughs and
colds prevail. I find lt quickly ends
them. It prevents Pneumonia, eurea lia
Grippe, ?Ives wonderful relief in Asthma
ard Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs
strong cnongb to ward off Consumption,
Coughs and Colds," 60o and fl.CO. Guar
anteed by Orr, Gray dc Co's, drag atore.
Trial bottle free.
Buy ibo best Builders' Hardware from
Sullivan Hdw. Co.
low Many People Make Mistakes ?
A groat mony people go through life ?
rith the idea that they can go to a atore
nd flt their eye? with a pair of Glasses
ant as essy as they caa flt their feet
?Uh shoes, which Is jnat ?s impasible
? baying patent medicine.! from a drag .
toro to eure an ailment, instead o? con
lulling ? regular practicing nbyalolaa
ind havt- him prescribe or "g\ve them
nediciue for that particular trouble.
Thousands of dollars are thrown away
md as many eyes rained every year by
iooplowho patronize the traveling pea
tier or iakir, who does not actually
snow the di rieren oe between a concave
iad a convex lens, and gives them a pair
)f window glasse? in a oheap frame with
i big name attaohed, and charges more
'or them than tho graduate optician
would charge for the best Cryatallne
The common or cheap glasses are
nedo of sand, and Cryataline Glasses
vo made of pebble, lc is just as lmpos*
ublo to crystalize a glass made of sand
ia lt ls to mafce a gold ring out of a piece
Tho citizens of Andersen and our
rcan?lng eonntry should beware of these
foreigners and (strangers who travel
through the country seeking whom they
may devour, and If they have trouble
with their eyes, should consult Dr. Mo?
Creery Glvmpb, the eye specialist; who
Ls permanently associated with Dr. A.
n. Strickland, over the Farmers and
Merchants Bank. *
Read testimonial of one of Anderson's
Anderson. 0. C., March 1, 1906.
To Whom it May Concern: I havo
known Dr. MoCreery Glymph for the
past twenty years aad cbeerfally re
oommead him to the oltizsns of Ander
son and community, who need anything
in the Une of a perfect flt in Spectacles
UT By? Glasses. Dr. Gina ph fitted mo
with a pair of Eye Glasses fonr years ago, ,
after I had tried others who claimed to
be experts and could not flt me. Tho
Ulasses flited by Dr. Glymph have given
all the aatWfaotlon I could desire, and
have at all times been a source of pleas
are and delight tome, they are as par
fact today as they were the first dsy I
pot tim on. T. R. DAvfe,
The Shoe Man, formerly of Davis and
Daniels. . ? .
'.BIuo Ridge" Boes have the beat
Blades and Handles that can tspnt Into
a Hoe. If yon want tho best Hoe that
can be bought, call for "Bine Ridge" ab
Sullivan HdWs Go's.
h Badly Barned Girl
or boy, man or woman, ls quickly ont
of pain If Buoblen'a Arales Salve ls ap
plied promptly. G. J. Welch, of Tefeon
aha, Mich., says: >(I oas it lu my family
for oats, sores and all skin Injuries, and
find it .perfect.," Quickest File caro
known. Best healing salve made. 25o
Orr, Gray & CoTe. drug store.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few ?musandt
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Atioruey-at-Law.
- Wimm tteWai Preveafts Panisawtal .
Genuine Terrell Thick-Center Heel
Sweeps are est, ready fe*^ wa^Thes?
Sweeps sro made from highest grade
?pring steel. They are sold by Sullivan
^?eatfsTiiWf swfn? aiwav. Mm opiate?
MONBY TO LOAN for borne clients
on easy terms? ,-.. > ' J .
Simpson & Uooa, Attoraeya.
Keystone Adjustable Weeders,-with
Flat or Round Teeth, are sold by Sulli
van Hdw. Co.
Three Big Floors of Merchandise Filled to the Brim I
$75,000 00 WOMTtt OE NSW MERCHANDISE ?
The Oldest and SeXiab?? ; Monee In Anderson
County, the Famousi j :: : i : ; : t t : s T
|| JUST THINK I ? Th? How*';.**; over a: half century ol?\! Always
jjven satisfaction,and always
||| Kow, good friends end customers, we ?re giing to say ii you aracut
hunting a pretty Drees or s beautiful La&tea' Hat we can fit you up ?o t?te
letter." .. ? ? * .? *v l^SS 1 5f#?
. .. We have tares largs floors' covered with beautiful Goods? ?I^^Ki
Ou the first floor you will find everything iu Dom93t?c3~-3iiob a* Shoot?
i og, Shirting, Checks, Calicoes, Oil Cloth. Oa this floar wo also. have a,
beautifulSkirt and Sait Department, ??? . \ ^?-?^^K^^^K
? On the main floor you will find a bQautifal Imo of up-to-date Dre? .
Gooda in Wool and Cotton, Men's and Ladies* Sbo33 and Slippsra, also
Men** sind ChU?tenV
Ia our Millinery Deportment wo haye a magnificent lias of Ladies*ll?fe
Chiidrcn's Tiara. All the Ladies tell us we bave the prettied and oheapeg*
;Pp|;?a(?An^?tisntt^jts>'?on'?^nfg?Bi^'?ee; us on this Hue. : >^^^^^gHK
' On the third floor you will fiad a ?plendid line ot Men's ind Boys4 High
Grade Ciothing at prices to .wit your pocket-bao^. A beautiful lino of
Boys* Knee Suits from 98c to SvfiO.
See our line of Menfe and Boya' Negligee' Shirt! aud Tie?.
X^\?*t'iz:tr:*y ' \'\:H!' . v--^^^^^^^s^^^^^?^^^ ^i'.'-'
Ii* ycu aro conter ?ilatiog taking a trip this Suaio^er see us ou .Txinks*
We call more Trunks than any o&er house in Anderdon. ; '?^?SSg
Your? for a big Spring business,