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IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Wc try hard to keep our Stock complete the year round.
Ia making your bill hore you'll be apt to find what you
New thiDgs for your Summer Dresser.
Thin Gooda of every description.
Trimmings to suit any taste.
White Goods, Laces and Embroideries.
Pretty Shirt Waists, Skirts, Hosiery and Underwear.
Novelties in Belts, Buckles, Neckwear, Beads, Fans,
The Leading Departmeut in Town.
Tisit our place at all times.
We are glad to have you and to show you.
Try our Shoe Department.
Tho b??t Three-Tooth Cultivator and Side Harrow man
Can be used as a Single or Double Stock as well as a
The Handles are strongly attached io Fran-*o and the
Blades are easily adjusted.
keystone-Adjustable Weeder and Shallow Cultivator.
. ? :
The practical mind will bs readily convinced of the sd
vantage of an Adjustable over a Straight Fi arne Weeder,
in aa much as its construction permits it to be used, not -,
only as a weed exterminator, while tho crops aro young,
but as a Shallow Cultivator between the rows until the
joropa mature, which method of cultivation has interested
the up-to-date farmer to such an extent that the thousands
who have been agitating it are a unit in testifying to its
necessity, claiming that the growth and production of the
crops depend upon frequent and shallow cultivation, and
. that no implement vet invented is as well adapted to the
I condition as the Keystone Adjustable Weeder and Shallow
Cultivator. r ? "
Blue Ridge Hoes*
^Everym?Mforged from highest grade Hoe Steel,
Handle straight and from well seasoned timber. The
VrOLNKSDAK. MAY 23, iyuG.
Tho Court ot General Sessions con
vened Monday morning at 10 o'clock,
Judge ll. O. Purdy ot the third circuit
presiding. Tho work of the Court was
promptly taken up. und tho Grand
Jury, after receiving th?? Judged
charge, retired with a number of billa.
Their duties will not be completed
beton- thi* afternoon or tomorrow.
The. following billa have been acted
The State va. George Cox. Bigamy.
The ri tat o va. Thomas Jackson.
Bigamy. True bill.
The ?State vs. Jatne?. Hawkins. Lar
ceny. True bill.
1 iii' .State Vi*. Will Jones. Murder.
? tie State vs. J. li. White. Murder,
The State vs. Jim Cbuk and Colum
bus Haloed. Murder. True bill.
The State va. Henry Ld wai du. Lar
ceny. True bill.
l he State vs. il. P. Burroughs, Dis
posing of property nuder lien. True
The State va. Will Rice. Resisting
an oflicer. Tine hill. No bill as to
uhsault und battery with intent to kill.
Tiie State vs. John Watson aud
Dock dobinson. Larceny. True bill.
'1 he Stat?; VH. Waller Sims and Shape
Sims. Violation of dispensary iasv.
The State vs. 1). M. Bedenbaugh.
Breach of trust. True bill.
The State vs. Voss Brock and Tom
Adams. Gambling. True bill.
Tho first case taken up.tor trial waa
that of Jim Washington, a negro,
charged with murder. This case was
tried nt the last term of Court and tho
accused found guilty of murder. A
new trial was granted', however, hy
Jmlge Aldrich, and the case came up
awaiti for a second hearing. Washing
ton had no attorneys, and thu Court
appointed J. E. Breazeole, Eeq., and
Thomas Allen, Esq.. to represent him.
The case went to tho j ut y yesterday
morning, and the defendaut was ad
judged guilty of manslaughter. Sent
ence has not buen passed upon him yet.
Tho trial of trnther Strickland, a
white man, for the murder of his wife,
was entered into yesterday morning.
Strickland killed his wife one night
inst fall with the blow of an axe, his
Elea being that he had apprehended
er in an act of unfaithfulness to him.
The case has attracted considerable
attention. Tho arguments of counsel
were made yesterday afternoon, and
the caro went to the jury before the
adjournment. The jury found Strick
land guilty of murder with a recom
mendation to the mercy of the court.
This means a life sentence for the
The case of the State against Police
man J. B. White, of Honea Path, for
the killing of John Marion Ashley is
set for today.
Many cases will have to be contin
ued as there will not be time at ?Ma
session to clear the docket. The pris
oners in the county jail will be cleared
first, and then the accused released on
bond will be tried. x
The case of Robert Grov charged
with murder, ia being tried thia morn
Grace Church Resolutions.
The following r?solutions have been
adopted by the vestry of Grace Epis
copal Church: .* T j^T"*,~
"Resolved, That the thanks of the
parish be extended to the citizens of
Anderson for their generous assistance
in entertaining the delegates to the
"To the railroad for the low rates
of transportation granted.
"To the Daily Mail and The Intelli
gencer for their interesting and cor-f
rect reports of the proceedings of
"That these r?solution? he publish
ed in the Daily Mail auu The intelli
gencer." e _
,, T. 0. Walton, Seo.
Annual Meeting of the Board of Trys*
The annual meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the City Schools waa held
Saturday morning at their office. The
Superintendent presente ? DIB gvueral
report of the conduct o.' the schools
for the school year, also his financial
report. Much routine work was dis
posed of by the Board. Thoy have
under consideration several mattera of
interest to the welfare of the schoolB,
but this still being in the hands of
committees cannot yet be made pub
lic. The Board selected the following
officers and teachers for the school
Superintendent of Schools-Thoa. C.
TheHii'h School-John W. Linley,
Principal; Mess. ?. C. MoCants, G. W.
Chambers, H. H. Gnuse.
Grammar High School, No 1-E. M.
MoCownr, Princip?is Mates Nell
Cochran, Mary Chapman, Mary Mc
Coy, Mary Major,' May Russell, Mary
?Lig?n, Anna Browr Ellen Gordon,
Leonora Hubbard, Susan Dixon?
Grammar ".School. No. 2-B. C. Cro
mer, Principal; Misses Annie Cl??ke,
Lily Brown, Martha C larkeC
Grammar School, No.* 8-Miss Evie
Lewis, Miss Allie-Bell Beck, Kies
Bessie Bough. ?fife
Grammar School, No. 4-M.
Gassaway. principal; ; J. P. Rhoden,
Mrs. M. L. Gusa way, Mrs. Rachel;
Robinson, Mies Ola Todd. Lily Hali;
Esther Garrison, Supearl S?ber, M re.
Tabitha Thomas, Mrs. C W. GaBaaway
-the latter in the Industrial depart
ment. <. ? . ' .
The Night School-Br C. Cromer,
Principal. r :
Complete statistics of the enrollment
etc., will be given when one of the
schools closes, which still has one
month, to run. Bnt the enrollment
will be1 over 1,000.
Mrs, Eug?ne Snipes and brother?
Julius, Sadgrove, ot Anderdon, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with their
mother, Mrs. Amanda Sadgrove
Mr. and Mrs* PraaTr Brown, off Pick
ens, spent Sunday, with Oscar Prater.
Misse.? Benia .Martin and France*
Tribute, ot Anderson, aro the guests of
'Mrs.J.- D. Babb. ... rZZ&MM^m
Branch, last week. <\>
Master Julian Braes, of Anderson,
^visiting bis aunt, ?rs. Jessa Camp
J. A. Burgess celebrated his seven
tieth birthday, Msy 16th.
Soben Trfbble visitad JL 0. Babb
Npsotly. . . Pansy.
Miming of the Cit)* Nch???l?
Tho <'\ty (?radfU .S ?boo's Honed,Friday
af?er H in? ht ?'ii?!'-Hhful yent. Trie g'*vU
work done by tbo eorpe of teachers is
alttihie'l by tho fact tbnt tbe entlte body
was re-ol?cled without any change.
Tbe last week of tbe bennion waa de
voted to publlo exero sea in the different
rooms, tbe patrons having been invite*
to nee what waa aotnally done in tbe
fcc bool roouj by ibo teachers.
Friday ui?'ut at Buena Vista Park tho
tent li grade hold it* closing exercises.
A large and appreciative crowd waa
present to wltncr.fl the exercise?. The
following programme waa earriud out :
' Too Cristal Wave," by choru?.
I u vocation
Medal E-sny- Medal given bv tbp lt.
K. Lee Chapter, C. I). C.-O. ii. Van
"May Bella and Fio wer?," cia H song
by tba ll th grade girl?.
('lats History, bv Mis?? Helen B?rrigs.
UIBSN rropbecy, Miss Muy Monham.
"Tho Thieu Cutti'rcw," by ofccrttn
Prize Es?ay o? Clasw, Misa Annie Cum
Presentation of tho med.il by Capt.
H. II. Walkin*.
Fr?8*>utaliou of Certificates, to lltb
"Estudiantina," Spanish Class bong,
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MTB. Tantio Huckabee, who has '-.en
on un extended visit to reiutiveB in
ricken? und Anderson, will return
in n lew day?.
R. J. Hutchinson and Relph Nance
?pent .Sunday in Monterey with friend?.
O. Johnson, the popular depot ngent
at Calhoun Fal;., ?pent Sunday in
town with hi? parents.
Mr?. Charles Barker lia? returned
from a visit to Augusta, and will be
sometime at tho home of Mr. und Mrs.
Mr?. S. M. McAdams, of Iva, visited
her parents, Kev. and J/rs. H. C. Fen
Gamewell Huckabee made a butin?es
trip to Abbeville luBt week.
Mrs. H. W. Harker and daughter,
Miss Annie, have returned fruin a visit
to Airs. David Nettle? Bourne, of Sam
Holen Allen, who has been sick for
some time, ia now able to be on the
street again to the delight of his many
Miss Bennett, of Crystal Springo,
Mies., is visiting her friend, Miss An
Mies Eliza Kay han retnrned home
after having spent the winter in Spar
> Rumor has it going that there will be
several mardagee here in June.
Ben. Fant, of Anderson, spent Sun
day in town very pleasantly.
The Lowndeaville High School will
close on Jane lat. On Sunday follow
ing the commencement sermon will be
8reached in the Presbyterian Church,
.n Monday night there will bo a lecture
in the sobool nouee, and on Tuesday
night commencement exercises.
To the Trustees of Providence Church.
It'? sound Bens? that we tell jon.
It will coat lesa dollars to paint your
church with L. A M. Paint, because more
painting is done with one Kallon of L A
M. than with two pillons of other palnfp,
and the L. A M. Zloo hardens L. & M.
White Lead and makes the paint wear
Any church will be given a liberal
quantity freo whenever they paint.
4 gallons Lu A M. mixed with 8 gallons
Linseed Oil will paint a moderate sia?d
J. E. Webb, Painter, Hickory. N. C.,
writes, "Houaes painted with L. A M. 15
yeara ago have not needed painting
Sold by P. B. Cray ton. Anderson, 8. C.;
E. R. Horton. Lowndesvllle. 8. C.; T. c.
Jackson, Iva," 8. C ; jr. L, Hopper, Bel
ton. 8. C. _
Work haa commenced on repairing
the damage resulting from the'recent
fire at this place. . > ,
We are having fine weather and the
farmers are moving along rapidly with
J. Wi Todd boa gone to Anderson,
where he ie engaged in business. .
Ernest, Bolt, of Anderson* visited
here 1 tist< Sunday.
Jsih? Medards fin? herd of cattle
can nuw be seen on the hill aides. He
ia a fine business man and a progres
sive farmer. .
We have s fine little burg? Mr. Ed
itor, and you must come out some day,
take a ramble on the river and dine
with us. X.
i Miss Eula Young returned to nor
home at Grove Station Saturday morn
ing after completing a second months*
school at Union Grove, We were sor
ry to see ht>r leave? " '-..^ v g
Henry il ilford conducted a singing
at our church Sunday mor a lng. He
used a new song book?,,. AU present
seemed to enjoy the songs. Ho prom
ised to come again fn the n?ir futuro.
Lawrence Hall and sister, Miss An
nie^spept Sunday at Rev. JL,. E. Camp
The*farmers aro 1 getting on nicely
with ?heir work. l ^--y : -^
P. B. Gentry's family have moved
back to Ina country. mm *T W
. Strawberries have beeD plentiful, and
May cherries -and fritd chickens are
making their appearance. ! Mm>- ' ftgtaf
i Quito h n a m ber of visitors were out
Sunday to hear tho tinging.
j Mrs. W. m> Anderson attended a sil
ver toa io Belton at MT?. R. A: Lewis'
home, on >? the 18th inst.,. given by the
, Woman's Missionary Society of Belton
Baptist Church ou the 25th anniversary
of its organisation v ; Its record is floe.
Miss Ev? Cothran hos returned home
after a visit to Mr* J. C, Balentine'a.
Letter to C. W. Webb
. . lint 8?r : Therua nothing vre
tackle so well aa a cheap-paint,town. Dft
voe la cheaper thaa say of ?em. '.
maana dear, and cheap meeu? ohoap;
can al waya teU which. Cheap towri
nasty; cheep Dovoe to. Jatthfal atti;
How We Hived Hie Bees fur Peggy and
Mr. Editor: The other day wo enur
ged from our den and-like tho pro
verbial ground hog-took a little jour
ney to the Abbeville Hue, via Long
Branch, and just EB we crossed the
meridian and boxed the compass, got
our bearings in latitude S3, longitude
H2 degrees west wo were suddenly
startled by tho clatter of a cowbell
and the rattle of a dish pan. We
know what the diu meant; and, there
fore wo slowed down to avoid the bees
which eeemed to be coming our way.
Suddenly tho noiso ceased and we
knew the bees wero settling. We
caught the glimpse of two figures at
tired in "mother hubbard's" and sun
bonnets, currying a table and a broom,
aud as we came nearer, the scone was
hidden by a thick hedge, whieh grew
alongside tho garden wall.
Wo stopped and this it) the dialogue
"1 wish to goodness tho men could
j ?U?y at home. Every time they leave
sometbiug dreadful happens. Now,
here's father's beat hivu swarming,
and him gone to the Farmer's Club
meeting, und that lazy Tom gone a
fishing, and the hired man off to see
his motlier and not a man on tbe
place. Oh, for a man, a man!"
"Now, Moll, it will not do to weep
nor wail. What we've got to do ie
to hivo thoso bees ourselves. Now,
you get me the cap and tho brush, und
IUI get a hive aud wo'jl proceed to
Wo could not resist the temptation
to await developments, and we re
mained whero we were, and soon the
performance began, with screams in
terjected vith feminine cuss words
such as*. "Great scott! constantinople!
jerusha! good grauny! there's a bee
inside the enp! ouch! now, mercy! 1
can't stand this, the pesky thing has*
stung me on the neck."
Then we heard the resile of skirts
and knew the daring amazons were
Hoon wo heard a voico which seemed
to bo praying, and this waa tho prayer
"Oh, Lord,' Thou knowest-we are in
a Bad plight and in sore need of ?i man
and, if Thou wilt heed our prayer,
and grant our request we promisel.to
read the Bible daily, and to attend
Sunday School more regular. We
know we have been naughty, wicked
girls in Thy sight, and have giggled
in church during prayers, and, ob,.
Lord! if Thou wilt lorgive us and Bend
us a man, we promise to be better
girls in tho future than we have in the
At this juncture we parted .th s hedge
and sprang over the garden wall, and,
like the renowned lion Quixote, re
moved our helmet? made our best bow,
and ashed the favor of serving them.
lt was no time for ceremony, so our
oiler was accepted, the hole in the cap
mended, and, drawing a pair ot
gloves wo had in our nocket, boldly
charged the enemy, and after an hours
work gained the victory without any
mishap. When we took off the cap,
we saw we were deserted, the girls had
vanished. We climbed the wall and
was abont to go on our way when we
heard a mocking laugh behind ns, and
there stood our heroines in "atunning"
toilettes, blushing like school girls.
Kimono's had been exchanged for
shiri waist suits, explanations and in
troductions followed, and we were in
vited to the summer house in the gar
den, where the tea table waa spread
with strawberries, ice cream, cake and
tea. "It was a feast fit only for the
Peggy did the honors of hostess,
while Molly performed tho duties ot'
maid; and "wit, repartee, and good
fellowship flowed like wine at a ban
Molly suddenly said, with a twinkie
in ber eye: "Peggy, what will Mr.
Jones think aboat .not getting his I
fortnightly teat You have, emptied
the pot, and you know he is coming
tonight." Peggy replied: "I _don't
care wii?t up thinks ur nays; he wuu?d
not haye had the courage to have
faced those bees like this good.Sama-1
ritan didi? ' '
"Don't mention Mr. Jones to me.
Yon remember the affair in the bot
tom, how he lei s-b=U ?=sk? chase j
him over the place, and how he waa
beard yelling to the orces road?; and
bow hie faithful spouse picked up .a
renco rail and despatched the reptile;
and, the next day hoi went through the
settlement boasting of how 'Mo and
Sally had killed the biggest snake that
bsd ever been seen since the fall of
Adam and E vo.' And. when tbe^trnth j
beca ino known tie wan B? ??uao?u.w ?;
.his cowardice that ho did not couio.to
church for six mouths." : V ; 1
The minutes flew all too quickly and
we had to take leave of our fair f Heads
with a cordial invitation to call again.
We ;w ere. co on on the road, andas wo
rounded a curve there was borne on
the breeze the strains ot the "Bonny
House O' Airly, "and tba accompani
ment of the . Oiaub;1 '? sweet was
singing: . ". f.
"lt fell On a day, on a bonny samtnev j
When tho corn RTew green and yellow
That there felt out a great dispute
Between Argyle W^'wl^^t^^^ffi
"The duke of Montrose haB written to
To come io toe morning early* wmi "
And lead in hie men by the back
Letter Carriers' Association.
Tbern will be a meotiDg cf the Rural
Letter Carriers' Association of Andereon
County at Anderson Court House on
May 30th, 1906.
All members of the Association ore ex
pected to be present, sud all Rural Car
riers of tho County not ?r embers, are re
spectfully iuvlted to attend.
Thoa. A. MtEiroy, Pres.
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WANTED-A good man to wrlto Ball
atorm Insurance for us in eyory section
of the county. Not much time required.
Good pay. '?' ? ? . ' . v
45-4 Citizen's Insurance Agenoy.
Famous Striko Breakers. '
! The moot famous striko breakera m the
i land are Dr. King's New Life Pills.
When liver and bowelsv go on strike,
thoy quickly settle the trouble, and thu
purifying work goes .light ou. Beat cure
for oonatTpatloo, headache and dizziness.
2JC at Orr, Gray & Co., druggist.
The old man Snipes still makes thc
best Pictures for too money, imune:
made to order, any size, at live and le
live price. Fancy Pictures and Glasi
for sale. 39-tf
Made Happy for Life.
Great happiness came into tho home o
S. C. Blair, Behool superintendent, at SI
Albano, W. Va., when bis little daughte
was restored from the dreadful com
plaint be names He says: "My littl
daughter had St. Vitus' Danoo, wbic
yielded to no treatment but grew stead'
Ty worse until as a last resort wo trie
Electric Bitters; and I rejolo to sai
three bottles effected a complete cure.
Qil-k, Bure cure for nervous deblllt;
temple weaknesses, impoverished bloc
and malaria. Guaranteed by Orr, Grs
& Co's, drug stove. Price GOW
"Blue Ridge" Harrows must be sec
and used to be appreciated. This is tl
most perfect Cotton Cultivator ever ma:
ufsoiured. Sold by Sullivan Hard wa
Co. , . .. :
SSakeo Kidneys and madder Righi
A Year of Blood. - '
- The year 1903 wil\ long bo remember
in tho home of F. N.jTackekv'o?- A?l?an
Ky., as a year of blood;' which flowed
rcopiously from Dr.- Teoktst'.a lungs tl
death ueemed very.mear, Ho.wriii
."Severe bleeding from t ii o lunga oin
frightful cou ph bad brought' mo ot dont
door,when I began taking Dr.Klng'eN
Discovery for Consumption, with tho
tonlshiDg result that after taking f<
bottles I was completely restored and
time has proven permanently euro
Guaranteed for Koro Lun^n, Coughs f
Colds, at Orr Gray & Co!a. drug atc
Price 50o and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Experienced travellers have fot
great benefit by toking with them a 1
Ue of D'. SBTH AitnoLD'n BALSAM;
eures illness caused by Impure wi
and sudden obanges of ali mate. T\
ranted by WUhlte & Wilbite and W
Wat Y/Attlij Away.
"I had been troubled with kidney
ea?? for the last live years," writes B
ert B. Watte, of Salem, Mo. "I lost i
and never frUwell and doctored s
leading physicians and tried all rame
without relier. Finally I tried Fol
Kidney Core and leas , than two bol
completely oared mo and I am :
sound and well." During the aum
kidney irregularities ara often cause?
excessive drinking er b?,sg overheu
Attend tb the kidneys at once by u
Foley's Kidney Cure. y
? ?Victor" Patent Heel Sweeps are p
lar with many farmers. These Sw
can be bought from Sullivan Hdw. <
Buy the best Un lld era' Hardware i
Sullivan Hdw. Co. -'.? s
Had a Close Call.
"A dangerous surgical operation, in
volving the removal of a malignant ulcer,
aa larg* aa my hand, . from nay daugh
ter's ah va? prevented by the applica
tion of: thieu's Arnica Salve," naya A.
O.?Uck '.of Miletus, W. Va. ^Pereftt
ent use of the Salve completely cured lt.'*
Cures Cots. Barna and lujuries. 25oat
Oir. Gray ?fe Co., druggist.
"Blue Ridge" Hoes have the best ? !
Bindea ond Handles thet pan ba put into
a Hoe. If you vf ant the best Hoe, that
can be bought, call for "Blue Ridge" at
SuUivan Hdw, Co's. -
War Against Consumption.
AU nations are endeavoring to check
the ravages of consumption, the "white
plague" that claims BO many victims
each yoar. Foley's Honey and Tar
cures coughs and colds perfectly and you
are in no danger of consumption. Do
not risk your health by taking some un
known preparation when Foley's Honey
and T.tr la HA fa and certain in results.
Ask f -r Foley's Honey and Tar and in
sist upon having it. Evans Pharmaoy.
lisper! s need travellers hsve found
great bondi t by taking with them a bot
tle of DB. SETH ABNOLT/S BALSAM. It
eurea illness caused by impure water and
sudden changos of climate. Warranted
by Wllhite ifc W?hlte and W. E. Atkin
A Young Wether at 70.
"My mother bas suddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
disabled her, until six months ago,
when she began taking Electric Bitters,
which have completely oared her and
restored the strength and aotivity abo
had ia the prime of life," writes Mrs. W.
L. Ollpatriok, of Danfortb, Me. Great- -
est restorative medicine on ?the globe. .
Sob* Stomach, Liver and Kidneys right,
purifies the blood, and <*5t?s Malaria,
BilIlonsneBs and Weaknesses. Wonder
ful Nerve Touio. Priov^Oa.. Guaranteed
by Orr, Gray & Cb's, ?rog st?re. '
Pir?tlri? FoleyV, Honey and Tar,,
Foley <fc Co., Chi jago, originated Hon.-,
ey and Tar as a tn.'oat and lung remedy,
sud on account ol tho great n?erit and
popularity er foley's Honey, add Tar ,
many imitations are offered for the geno? t
ino. These wortblesM imitationshave
similar 'sounding xvimes. j Beware, of
thorn. .Tho genuine Foley'B Honey and
Tar -ia in a yellow package, - Ask' foi it '
and refuse any substitute. It is tho b??t<
romo tl j1 for. cou ph a ! and cold*?. Evana .
Pharmacy. /,.:.'.' ' \-".y. . '% :?'-.:
"Blue Ridge" .Harrows are tho beat
Iraplemeata of the kind manufactured..
-They are sold by Sullivan Hardware
. MONEY TO IiOAN-? few ^.aaand
dollars to lend on 7 And ?br oliente; Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
?/. Caras Osldei Prataata Paaqaaaalai ,
Genuine Terrell Thick-Center Heel
Sweeps aro eat, ready for nae. Thoao
Sweeps are mada from highest grade
sprlngsteel. They ara sold by Bmiivan
fm+?*ttd*mt ??Ar? ?ww? ?Tat apfgfaw
, Keystone Adjustable Weeders, with
Flat or Brand Teeth, aro sold by Sulli
van Hdw. Co.
Dill llf, ????????. m%mm . ^w.--.. ... .
On coconut of Ita mild aotlon and pleas
ant taste Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup la
especially recommended for women and
child i on. It does not nauseate or gripe
Ilk* pills end ordinary oi'-harclos. Orluo
Laxativo Fruit Syrop alda digestion and
Pt?, mala toa the livor and bowels without
irritating them. Remember tba name
OniNo - and- refuse substitu? 63. Fu vans
Three B'g Boora of Merobandtee Filled to ?he iBrim 1
$75/0 30 00 WOliTB
County, the Famous : : : : : : : : : : , ' '
! ' ' - \". .".''.V ' ' ' ^'"'''^"?-?^fe?
*J?$T THINK! I3ua House Ss; over a half century ol<l! Altray?
given Battef?ction>??d always ; ? J/:s:'^^^M^?l .'
- i Now, gooam?^
.ht?ti^afpr^^ iup'-to'tlie. ;:
letter.'''.. ;. , ? ' :'i, , : - . . '
?" ;We baye tb rec larg^ floors. <ovewd iii beauts fal G JO dj, /.' ; . . .. '%
?:?> On tbefi^^ .
:- ^:--.;-',.^>":' , .' ?v%-: ^;^:;.' V/^^. -'-^v-^'
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