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IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
We try hard to keep our Stock complete the year round.
In making your bill here you'll be apt to find what you
New things for your Summer Dresses.
Thin Goods of every description.
Trimmings to r:uit any taste.
White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. r
Pretty Shirt Waists, Skirts, Hosiery and Underwear.
Novelties in Belts, Buckles, Neckwear, Beads, Fans,
The Leading Department in Town.
Visit our place at all times.
We are glad to have you and to show you.
Try our Shoe Department.
Tne ??st inree-xootn cultivator ana oiae narrow man
Can be used as a Single or Double Stock as well as a
Vbxee-Tooth Cultivator. ' , .
The dandles are strongly attached to ?raine ana the
Blades are easily adjusted* '
Keystone-Adjustable Weeder and Shallow Cultivator.
The practical mind will be readily convinced of the ad
vantage of BU Adjustable over a. Straight Flame Weeder,
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
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 yet invented is as well adapted to the
condition as the Keystone Adjustable Weeder and Shallow
Blue Ridge Hoes?
SS Every Bladejforged from highest grade Hos Steel. Each
Handle straight and from well seasoned timber. The best
Sullivan Hardware Co.
WE ARK NOW PREPAjRtEP TO WRITE
Insuranee on Your Crops
We insure against loss by Hailstorms.
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fe????fc FRAKK JOHNSON,
$?< ^?m?^^?mw^' CITIZENS UTCUIU?CK AGENCY.
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W< J ? 1 ? - ? luathoriaed to ?Jot aa Executor or Admln?atrator ot Ertatea as4 ?a Guar.
WEDNESDAY, JI NK G, 15J0U
The State Contention of Farmers'Inion*
The Farmers' Union, representing
sub-unions in seventeen counties in the
State, met in the Court House Thurs
day morning for tho purpose of form
ing a State organization. The meet
ing was called to order by li. F. Karie,
the State organizer, who outlined the
object ol thu Katherina'.
J. i\ (ilenii, ehuirnian of thedistrict
council, extended the welcome to the
visiting delegates. J. J. Fretwel) on
behalt of tlx- bankers welcomed tie
vi hi tors to th?- city. Capt. H. H. Wat
kins spoke for the lawyers. G. F.
iiimtiicutt, one of the directors of tin*
.Southern Cultivator, then addressed
t li?- meeting.
The principal address ol the day was
made by li. l'\ Duck w on h. of Texas,
provident ol' the National I'nion, His
address was of a p:??ctical nature, M-t
ting Jorlh tho work contemplated by
the. I'nion ami giving to the inrniers
some wholesoiiie advice in regurd to
their relations to one another and to
the olin . pursuits and avocations ol
their fellow nieu.
The Union originated in Texas in
October, HKt?. It now has a member
ship of (100,000 in the Southern States,
Its principal object is to educate the
farmers in the science of farming aud
in marketing their products to the best
advantage, ll. K Earle came to tlim
State a year or two ago for tho purpose
of organizing the order iu South Caro
lina, and he has succeeded in enrolling
?1,000 members in seventeen counties.
Tho membership is now large enough
to form a State organization.
The deliberations of the Union dur
ing tiie afternoon session were behind
On Friday morning the formal or
ganization of the Union took pince by
the .election of tho following officers:
O. P. Ooodwiu, of Laurens, president ;
T. T. Wakefield, Anderson, vice-presi
dent ; B. F. Karie, secretary and treas
urer ; M. A. Mahafiey, Helton, State
organizer; A. li. Black, Taylor'o, chap
lain ; W. R. Holiday, Laurens, conduc
tor ; J. D. Williams, Greenwood, door
keeper; G. ?. Putnam, Greenville,
Tho following executive committee
was elected : S. T. Boggs, Liberty ;
J. B. Pickett, Oconee ;W.F. Kenne
dy, Abboville; W. L. Anderson,
Greenwood ; C. Sim Brown, Newber
A resolution was adopted endorsing
the warehouse system as a means of
controlling the price of cotton. The
Union decided to push the work of or
ganization throughout the entire State.
The following resolutions, which ex
plain themselves, were adopted before
the adjournment of tho meeting :
"Resolved, That we the State Farm
ers1 Union tender to the city and the
citizens of Anderson County our hearty
thanks for their warm welcome and
hospitable treatment during our stay
in meir county.
"Resolved, That the thanks of the
State Farmers' Union be returned to
the daily and weekly papers of the
State for the colnmn devoted to tho
bureau of information edited by J. C.
Stribling, of Pendleton.
"Resolved, That we tender our
1 thanks to Bro. B. F. Duckworth for
his abie and efficient services in the
organization of the State Farmers'
"Resolved, That, we tender our
thanks to the different railroads for
their efficient service and reduced
rates to the meeting of the State Un
"Resolved. That we the State Farm
ers' Union ask the State Agricultural
and Mechanical Society of South Caro
lina to ?ive us a Farmers' Union Day
at the State Fair in Columbia during
the fall of 1000.
"Whereas, Clemson College haB ten
dered the Farmers7 Union a day on the
regular programme during the annual
session of the Farmers' Institute to be
held at Clemson College August 13 to
17. therefore be it resolved that the
State Farmers' Union accept the kind
invitation of said institution and names
as its speaker on that occasion Hon. R,
F. Dnowoftb? president of the Na
tional Farmers' Educational and Co
operative Union of America."
About 100 delegates attended the
Union, and much good will doubtless?
ly result from the meeting of so many
Husband aaa wife Cremated Alive.
Walhalla, June 1.-This morning at
8 o'clock .the residence of Louis Can
trell was turned and with it a young
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodson, who
hr-ve been married only a few months.
The house waa a large,two-story one,
fi ear the residence ol Judge Wickliffe,
n West Union, and when Afr. Cantrell
awoke almost the entire down stairs
portion was enveloped iu flames, lt
was impossible to reach young Hudson
and his wife. Rocka were thrown
against the windows and every effort
was made to ?ronse them, but they
were never seen, and in a short time
all that was left were their charred re
Both Mr. and ?1rs. Hudson were from
the Salem section, but both had been
here for seversl years. Mrs. Hudson
was the daughter bf Mr. and Mrs. A.
T. Reid, of Walhalla.
The probable cause cf the Ure and
other particulars are not known. This
is a most horrible affair and the com
munity is shocked.
The coroner's investigation brought
ont no definite origin of the fire. The
kitchen portion seemed to have burn
ed finit. When Mr. Cantrell and
others awo?-.o the flames had made
(treat headway. One man ran to trie
foot of' the stairwall and called loud)-'
to the couple above. The flames were
then where it made lt impossible to go
to or come from their room. A stone
waa thrown through the window, but
neither was ever seen.. .
Mrs. Hudson's charred body, with
the limbs burned off, was fonnd lying
on the bed springs. The body of her
husband was found near the center cf
the building, showing- that he ha?
arleen and possibly had reigned the
door. Hie remains were fonnd a piece
here and there.
Toe bodies of both were placed in
ona co Oin and carried to tte residence
of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Reid and will
be carried to Salera tomorrow for
burial. Many people visited the scene
today, where there was no.hlng but
sorrow and gloom.-Special to Tho
BUCO* >;.?..<?.. . "''' h*v
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Card of Thaaks,
. Vie uw!re io express our thanks to
our neighbors ?nd friends for their
mmmaf "WWW ?S. KI0000?3 ? OHO ff th6
long Hine? and death of our anni,
blessings rest upon theta all., . ,?. ? v
Misase Attie aud Ned Major.
Belton. 8. O, Maj. ;?k iwSv "?<V ~
fe-5?1/'.'? -, ' i l --.'??>.':i \
at? oared by -taking DB, s mi AR?
etlou by Wi&?ta A Wllhltoaad
Building the Interin batt.
The Andereon Traction Co., of An
derson, 8. C., ia rapidly building the
tiret section of un interurban railway
v tiich will eventuuliy connect Ander
son with Greenville, 8. C., 35 miles
i'way. Anderson is a cotton mill
center, and the new line will place it
in touch with tho surrounding cotton
mill towna as well as in closer con
nection with the main line of the
In the city there ia already a direct
current railway, and the drat branch
of the interurban is a continuation of
tho present line as far as Be)ion, p dis
tance of JOniilee. Complete ?tauon up
paratas and motor equipments for ain
! glc-phase operation have been ordered
I for tho extension. The new cars are
of the heavy interurban type, and are
each equipped with four G. E. A. 003
(75 horse-power) ningle-phase motors,
adapted tor opeuition ut WOU volts,
alternating current, on the interurban
section of the road, and at 550 volts di
rect current, on the present direct-cur
rent city lines. Eueh cur is fitted with
airbrakes, tor whic i thu motor com
pressers aro adapte* for operation on
?.ither direct or alternating current.
This appuratus, UH well us the car mo
tors and equipment, is furnished by
the General Electric Co. Power for
the operation of the road will be pur
chased from tho Savannah River Pow
er Co., delivered at a sub station in
Anderson at 00 2-3 cycles. In the sub
station there will be a three unit motor
generator set consisting of an induction
motor drive direct connected to an A.
C. generator tor the single-phase por
tion of the line and a direct
current machine to supply the
the present city line. The driv
ing motor consists of a two-phase
06 2-3 cycle 1150-volt induction motor,
receiving its current from the OU 2-3
cycle supply above mentioned. Di
rect connected to this is a 300-kilowatt
35-cyole single-phase 3300-volt, alter
nating-current generator, which will
furnish the 10-mile single-phase sec
tion now uuder construction with cur
rent directly to the trolley at 3300
volts without substations. The re
maining machine for famishing the
direct current consists of a 250-kilo
watt OOO- volt railway generator, com
plete with an exciter on the same
shaft as the other three machines.
The uewcBt adaption of single-phase
railway apparatus foe interurban ser
vice indicates that the trolley com
panies are in tho front ranks of the
great industrial movement throughout
the South. The officers of the Ander
son Traction Co. are J. A. Brock,
president; F. G. Brown, vice-presi
dent; Geo. E. Coughlin, general
manager. The road is be constructed
under the direction of J, E. Sirrine,
engineer, of Greenville, S. C., with E.
F. Lilly, of Columbia, as consulting
electrical engineer. General Electric
Co. apparatus is being used through
out.-M a imf ac ture ra' Record.
New R. F. D. Order.
Postmaster John R. Cochran, Jr.,
has received a circular letter from the
postoiiice department stating that on
and af ter July 1, 1900, patrons of the
rdral free delivery service will be re
quired to display signals on their
boxes when they leave mail in them
for carriers to collect, as, after that
date, carriers, when serving their
routes, will not be required to open
and examine any mail boxes than
those cn which signals are displayed
to indicate that there is mail to col
The requirements are that all rural
boxes shall be provided with proper
signals attached to the boxes, which
when displayed shall show the passing
carriers that there is mail to be col
lected. It is not necessary that this
device shall be complicated or costly,
for a very simple arrangement will an
swer the purpose.
R??m route carriers bavu been in
structed not to lower the signals on
the. boxes after making collections,
Erovided there is no mail left therein,
ut must display the signals when they
leave mail for patrons, unless the
patrons have made a request to the
carriers have been instructed io
promptly, inform patrons of their
ronces with regard to order.
Great Havoc Played by an Electric Storm
la Laurens County.
Laurena June 4.-Within a few hun
dred yards of old Poplar Springs
Church and almost in sight of his home
i Mr. Newton Y. Manly, a Confederate
I _..._a aw_l u. *.-_--?-rn
- loiciau agcu w, nuu Ula icu-jcnt-uju
grandson, ?Iodine Manly? were killed
instantly by lightning yesterday after- !
noon, and Hill Manly, BOD of Mr. Man
ly, senior, and father of the boy, wael
perhaps fatally injured by the entue
bolt. The father, eon and grandson
wei?, ont looking after their ?attie
when they were overtaken by a rain
and electrical storm. They vrere re
turning to the house and were evident
I ly walking abreast in the road aa they
fell side by side on their faces. A ne
gro man living nearby witnessed the
tragedy and gave the alarm. Mr.
Manly senior and the lad were killed
outright, while Hill Manly waa parai
ized and rendered unconscious. He
received medical aid and at last ac
counts he had showed sigris of return
ing consciousness although his condi
tion ia very critical today.
Mr. Manly and his grandson were
buried by each other1? side at Poplar
Springs Church, near his late home?
fourteen miles west of here thi? after
noon. Mr. Manly was a highly re
spected citizen of the county. He ia
survived by bis wife and four children. i
Laurena and vicinity were visited by
a very heavy rain and electrical storm
yesterday afternoon between four and
five o'clock: The streets ware terribly
washed and much damage to gardens
and growing crops ?B reported. Dar
ing the progress of the storm three
cows belonging to Mr. Lease Canning
ham, a farmer living about four miles
east of the city, were killed by light
ning ana the dome of the Laurens
school building, one nt the handsomest
school houses io this section of the
State waa struck, resulting, however,
io alight damnge to the building.
The heavy rains caused th? s tream s I
IQ thia section to be irreuitly awo?en |
and aa Judge Beatty, colored, was on
dcatalog to cross Taylor's branch, a
mile and a half from this tow**, his
horse was s wept do w n the, otream and
' Letter le. Btofttta cV WaUtlas.
. '?);} Anderson, fj, . : $?i'v
Bear f?ra j Two cad two make four-L
no? always ; departs own what "two f
Children'? Day waa observed last
Saturday hy the Slabtown Presbyterian
Sunday school. The hovering cloudB
that threatened rain in the morning
prevented the speakers from a dis
touce attending, also many othera who 1
had planned to be there. Bot despite 1
tbeee facts a nice crowd gathered to
bear the children's recitations, which
were delivered well, and to listen to
some excellent music by Prof. McDurf
Weems. Some of his solo's were so
line that the crowd called for their
repetition. Tho pastor, Kev. A. W.
White, was present and gave an inter
esting address ou the relation of
parent* and teachers to the Sunday
At 1 o'clock a bountiful and delicious
picnic diuner waB enjoyed hy all pres
ent. After dinner tho children were
turned looso to enjuy themselves at
their,mvn sweet will, Children's Day
at Slabtown will he remembered by
all present as a pleasant occasion.
Willis Watkins is again quite ill
with a chronic kidney trouble.
John Adams, au old Confederate
Veteran, has been very ill for several
weeks. This is a caso which has ex
cited tho charitable sympathy of tho
neighborhood, as Mr. Adams and good
old wife aro all alone with no visible
means of support except his pension.
Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith's little
daughter, Lizzie, is quite sick with
Tho Slabtown Camp Woodmen of
tho World, had a pleasant meeting on
the 2nd, at which they entertained a
number of visiting brethren from Eas
T. S. Glenn and niece, Mrs. Bessie
Smith and pretty little daughter,
Marie, visited their old home place
Some farmers are cutting wheat and
lind the headB to be well filled, though
Spring sown oats have come out
finely since the recent rains and now
promise a fine yield.
Cotton is growing finely; so ?B the
young coat of grass which the rains
nave brought up; but the farmers are
getting along with their work.
^ ^ ^ 81abtown.
Rock Milt News.
The farmers have been busy the past
week harvesting their small grain
crop. The yield ima been very satis
factory-in some instances very good.
They have also their crop oif cotton
and corn well in bond. Good rains
j have fallen and everything looks prom
John A. Shirley is on extended visit
! to relatives here from Southern Texas.
He is a son of our friend, B. F. Shir
ley. He bas been in Texan for the
last several yeare, and, from his ap
pearance, it looks like Texas agrees
with him. His many friends ure glad
to see bim.
Mies Ruby Gilmer haB gone to Mari
etta, Ga., to visit relatives there. She
will be gone some months.
Mr. and Mrs. S.O. Williford, of La
vonia, Ga., visited relatives and friends
here some time ago. Mr. Wi Hi ford
returned home but Mrs. Williford ro
; inained a few dava after he left.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Hudgens have
the sympathies of tbeir friends in the
death of one of their children, which
died last week, and was buried at Rob
erts' Church. Mr. Hudgens formerly
lived here but now lives in Fork Town
This Bection was viBited yesterday
by a heavy wind and rain storm but no
damage was done that we bave heard
Rev. T. C. Ligon. the popular minis
ter of the Presbyterian Church, made
several calla tais a. m. visiting the
We are sorry to report the indisposi
tion of Mrs. Hattie Lee Anderson.
She has been sick ?o?, several days but
hope to see her out in a few days.
Our venerable friend, T. B. Wright?
who has been seriously ill for some
days, is better. X.
- Ottis Blookinger was ground to
pieces in a paper mill at York, Pa.
- Two Ameriosns were convicted of
swindling in London and sentenced to
- A rain of fishes fell at Aberdeen,
S. I)., and a number were oangbt
alive. . . ;; ;; 7;;;
- A crank bas hnfln firrflfited - in
Waohington for making threats against:
- Tho proapeot is that two cents
postage will yet prevail between for
. - An elevator o? Armour and Co.
burned in 'Chicago, and the loas may
- Many persons are reported to
have*been killed in an earthquake'in
Mongolia, China. ' ; -"; ?
-- Japan is grov?ing cotton in Korea,
and estimates, the crop this year will
be worth $40,000,001?. : ;
- Gordon Bubos?. president o? tho
Bank of En?ley, Ala., bas been ar
rested for embezzling $40,000.
- At Nashville; Tenn., ? federal
grand jury returned about 80 indict
ment s in the alleged fertiliser trust.
^A hull fighter recently carried
away from the City of Mexico $140,
000 Vor twenty-two bull-fighttag per
- While bathing in a pond hear hie'
home at Sherrard, II!., Rev. Frank
Hoover, ci prominent minia ter, waa
'drowned.. \ v "!'V; /.;>&?/
. ,-*Ab - ' unknown white man
I am DOW prepared to do all olas a ea of '
repair work on Engines. Boilers and all
Farm Implement?. When In a harry
bring work to Joes. Stabling's Machine
Bbop, adjoining Townsend's Lumber
Made Happy for Life.
Great happiness carno into tho home of !
S. C. Blair, school superintendent, st St.
Alban?, W. Va, whon his little daughter
was restored from the dreadful com
plaint be names, j e says: "My little
daughter had St Vitas' Banoo, which
?rlelded to no treatment bat grew steadi
ly worse until as a last resort we tried
Electrio Bitters; and I rejolo to say.
throe bottles effected a complete cure."
Quick, sure euro for nervous debility,
lemale Weaknesses, Impoverished blood
and malaria. Guaranteed by Orr, Uray
& Co's, drug store. Price 50?>.
A Thourand Dollars Worth of Goad.
"I have been afllloted with kidney and
bladdttr trouble lor yeara, passing gravel
or stones with excruciating pain," says
A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal ope
rator of Buffalo, O. "I got no roliof from
medicino until I began taking Foley's
Kidney Cure, then the result wu sur
prising. A few doses started the brick
dust-like substance and now I have no
pain across my kidneys and I feel like a
new man. It has none me ?1UQ0 worth
of good." Foley's Kidney Cure will cure
every form of kidney or bladder disease.
"Blue Ridge" Harrows must be sean
and used tobe appreciated. This ls the
mest perfect Cotton Cultivator ever man
ufactured. Sold by Sullivan Hardware
?akMl0daS7?8?d Bladder Right
A Year of Blood,
The year 1903 will long be remembered
In the home of F. N. Tacket, of Al llanca.
Ky., as a year of blood; which flowed so
copiously from Dr. Taoket's lungs that
death ueemed very near. He writes :
"Severe bleeding from the lungs and a
frightful cough had bronght me at death's
door,whoo I began taking Dr.Klng'sNew
Discovery for Consumption, with tho as
tonishing result that after taking four
bottles Twas completely restored and ??a
time has proven permanently oared."
Guaranteed for Hore Lungs, Conghs and
Colds, at Orr, Gray & Co'a. drug atcre.
Price 50o and 01.00. Trial bottle free.
Will Care Consumption,
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes :
"Foley's Honey-and Tar la tho best pre
paration for coughs, colds and lung trou
ble. I know that lt has cured consump
tion lu tho first stages. You nover heard
of any one using Foley's Honey and Tar
and not being satisfied. Evans Phar
A Yoong Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyapepata bad entirely
disabled her, until six months ago,
When she began taking Electric Bitters,
whioh have completely eared her and
restored the strength and activity she
bad in tho primo of life," writes Mrs, W.
L. Gllpatriok, of Danfortb, Me. Great
est restorative co odloloo on the globe.
Sets Stomach, Liver and Kidneys right,
?urines the blood, and eurea Malaria,
ilUlousness and Weaknesses. Wonder
ful Nerve Tonio. Price 50c. Guaranteed
by Orr, Gray & Ob's, drug atore. .
"Victor" Patent Heel Sweeps are popu
lar with muuy far ia ere. These Sw?eps
can be bought from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Stimulation Without Irritation. :
Ia case of otomaoh and liver trouble
the proper treatment is to stimulate these
organa without irritating them, Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup alda digestion and
a ti mulatos the liver and bowels without
irritating these organa like pis la or ordi
nary cathartics. It does not nauseate or
gripe and ia mild and pleasant to take.
Evans Pharmacy; ' :
Buy the best Builders' Hardware from
Sullivan Hdw. Uq.
gkt? mkUOnrnt -Zia? aw? JTeeariaflaa
..Blri? -'Bigg*" Hoe? haye the hf ot
Riadca and Handlea that can bo put into
.ja HAS, If von wank the beat Hoa .that
can be bought, cali for "Blue Bldge" a?
Sullivan: Hdw, Co?*.
Automobiles repaired, adfusted and
washed oft Havlus-worhed in the larg
est Garage /South, I ml competent Tn
thia Ito*: ' Josa. ? strUrfing'a Machine
Sh?p;. ' ' - mfWl . a?jp$
(' W?NTED^A; good man to write Hail
lAitm l?S?ss?x? Soi' us in every aection
:of the csunty. - Not mach time required..
i^^?pj .CiU?en?a Insurance Agency,
Faucis Strikt Breakers.
The moat famous strike b??feera in the
land are Dr. Kin P'S New Lifo Pills.
When Tiver and bowels go on strike,
they quickly settle the trouble, and the
?urifylng work goos Jlaht on. Best cure
br con ?ti pat loo, headache and dlzzineas.
25o at Orr, Qfaydfc Co., druggist. , .
?Blue Rldae> ,,Boman;" ?Mittle Jos"
l and "Terrell" Barrows are sold by Sul
"Blue Bldge?' Harrows are th? beat
Implements of the kind manufactured.
They are sold by Sullivan Hardware
, MONEY TO LO AN-A few- *>?*?au?;
dollars to lend on Land for clionto. Ap
ply to B. F, Martin, Attornoy-atrLaw?
Cheap Mates Via Seal?era Raliway.
On account of the following special oc
casions, tho Southern Railway will sell
tlckota to points named below at ex
tremely low rate?, os follows:
To Asheville, N. C., sud return-Ao-'
count Annual Conference Young Peo
ple'a Missionary Movement, Jone 29thv
to July 8th. Tickets on sale Juno 26th
27th and 28th, limited good fo return un
til Jury 10th, 1900. Rate: One fare plus
twenty-five cents for round trip.
To Asheville, N. C., and return-Ac
count of Convention Commercial Law
League of America, July 80th to August
4tb. 1906. Tickets on sale July ,2-5tb,
26tb sud 27tb, limited good to rotura un
til August 8th. Extension of limit to
September 80th may be obtained by de
positing ticket with Special Agent at
Asheville and payment of fee of fifty
conta. Rate: One fare plus twenty-five
cents for round trip.
To Kroxville Tenu., and return-Ac
count Summer School of the South,
June 19 to July 27tb, 1000. Tickets on
sale Juno 17th 23rd, 2ith and .10th, and
July 7th, 14th and 15tb, limited good to
return fifteen days from date of sale. An
extension of limit to September 30th may
bo obtained by depositing ticket with
Special Agent and payment of fee of fifty
cents. Rate: Ooo fare plus twenty-five
cents for round trip.
To L'xlngton, Ky., and return-Ao
co-jnt National Grand Lodge United
Brother? of Friendship and Slaters Mys
terious Ten, July 80th to August 3rd,
1000. Tickets on sale July 29th and 30th
and August 1st, limited good to return
until August 5th. Rate: One fare plus
twenty-five cents for round trip.
To Louisville, Ky., and return-Ao
count Homecoming week for Kentuck
ians, June 13th to 17th. Tickets on sale
June 10th, ll and 12th limited good to re
turn until June 23rd. An extension of
return limit to July 23rd may be obtain
ed by depositing ticket with Special
Accent and payment of fae of Atty conto,
(Write for particulars abont side trips.)
Rate: One rare plus twenty-five cents for
To Memphis, Tenn., and return-Ac
count International Convention Broth
erhood of St, Andrew, October 18th 2lst.
Tiokets on isle October 15th to 18th, lim
ited to return October 80th. An exton-.
slOn to November 80th may ba obtained
by depositing ticket with Special Agent
and paying a fee of fifty cento. Rate:
One fare plua twenty-five cents for round
trip. .. j , ?;-".. ..'
To Milwaukee, Wis?, and Return-Ac
count, Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of
Eagles, August 14 h to 18th. Tiokets on
salo August lOtb, 11th and 12th. limited
Stood to return August 22dd. Rate: One
aro plus $2.00 for round trip.
To Nashville, Tenn., and return-Ac
count Peabody Summer Sohool lor
.Teachers, Vanderbilt University Bibli
cal Institute, June 1th to August 10th.
Tickets on sals June io th, 11th and 12th.
18th, 19tb, and 20th, and July 5th, 6th and
7-th, limited good to return fifteen days
from dc.no of ealo. An extension of limit
to September 80th may be obtained by
depositing ticket with Special Agent and
paying a fee or fifty cents. Rata: One
fare plus twenty-five cents for round
trip, : . ' '
To Washington, D. C., and return-Ac
count. Negro Young People's Christian
and Educational Congross, Jnly 8rd to
8th. Tiokets on sal? June 29th, July
2nd sod 3rd, limited good to return unttl
July lltb, 1906. Au extension of limit
to August lita may be obtained by ?*?
j positing ticket with Spsolal Agent and
paving a fee of fifty cents. Rate: One
faro-plus twenty-five cents for round
trip; . - ' '? ir. '
. j The Southern Ballway is the best way.
Hnpsrlor Passenger Accommodations.
Best coach!s s. Most cc?^ssient Through
Si?splhg-Car service and best Dining Car
servios in the World. ?
For - full particulars inquire of -any
Southern' Railway Agent, or Brooks
Morgan. : Asst Genaial pagzencer
Agent, Atlanta. Ge.? R. W. Hunt, Dlvis
lon Passenger Agent, Charleston, 8.0. .
Had a Close Call.
"A. dsngeroua surgical operation, in
volving tba removal of a malignant nlser,
as large as my hand, from my daugh
ter's hip, waa prevented by tho applica
tion of Buek?en'a Arnica Salvo," says A..
C. Stickel, of ^gP^^M?
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