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IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
'We try bard to keep our Stock complete the year round,
?i; making your bill herc you'll he apt to find what you
New things lor your Summer Dresses.
Thin Goods 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 Department in Town.
Visit <our place at all times.
r \We are glad to have you and to show you.
Try our shoo Department.
The best 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 to Frame and the
Slades are easily adjusted.
Keystone*- Adjustable Weeder and Shallow Cultivator.
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< Tho practical mind will be readily convinced of the ad?
?MM^AMA of M i J!..U.UI> simmmm m Cat*!*.!.* TD. mw* m. WM^>^,
TW-y vr. au. i.vij uoouio uiw OT uumgui a.- . nmu T T wuui|
in aa much aa ito construction permits it to be need, not
only as a weed exterminator, while the crops are young,
hut as a Shallow Cultivator between the rows until the
'crops mature, whioh 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
mecesairy, claiming that the growth and production of the
-TOOPS 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.
ggEvery Bladetforged from highest grade Kee Steal. Each
Handle straight and from well seasoned timber. The best
Sullivan Hardware Co.
WE ARB KOW PREPARED TO WRITS
Insurance on Your Crops
We insure against loss by Hali Storms.
Q- PRANK JOHNSON,
CITIZENS INSURANCE AGKNCY. '
i_gWftce# over Atkinson's Drug ptore.
Mfr/-'.- ^.?J^n^A^l?fet^<rf Estates nud ?.OOM
WSmi^ki:- We #fll t? filai to Ulk th? matte? om ?U&y??, .. s?^.^..-- tv'< -'W??
*8Ti Qflic? ?t FABMERS ARD MERCHANTS BANK, ?ndenon,?!!
WEDNESDAY, JUNK 13, 190G.
Death of Mr. Latimer.
Mr. J. ft. Latimer died yesterday af
ternoon at 3:i>0 o'clock ut the residence
of Mr. J. C. Milford on Augusta
street. His body will bo carried to
Ilonea Path ovor the C. and G. Kail
way this morning at 9:15 o'clock and
the interment will take place in the
family burying ground at Broadmouth
Church, three unir? east ol' ilonea
Path. The innot ul services will be
conducted by Kev. K. W. Kurts, who
has been bis pastor tor forty years.
Mr. Lutimer came to Greenville
nine months ago to live with his
daughter! M rs. J. C. Milford, lio was
boin und spent ull bin active life near
ilonea Path. Ho wu? ?eventy-six
year, of ago, and a veteran ot tho
Civil War, having enlisted in tho 'Juth
South Carolina regiment in 1801, und
continued until 1805. Ho was u ineru
tior ot the broadmouth church for
iiity-livo years, and was tor many
yewr? c/iurch derk, deacon and super
.ntondc .t of the Sunday school. He
waa & prominent citizen of the Broad
inoutu section, standing always for
everything that was for the uplifting
of the community.
Ho is survived by two sons, Messrs.
W. H. and tf herod N. Latime*, of
?onea Path, and Mrs. J. C. Milford,
of this city. His wife died about nine
months ago.-Greenville News, 7th
Death of Mrs. Reid.
The Carolina Spartan of the 0th
innt., contained tho following notice
of the death of a most estimable wo
man, who was a native of Anderson
County and who baa many old friends
and relatives in this section:
"Mrs. Mary Julia Reid, wife of Kev.
R. H. Reid, Keidville, 8. C., waa buried
on Monday, May 28, 1003, at Nazareth.
She had been for some time failing in
health and died in the seventy-sixth
year of her age after a lingering ill
"Mrs. Reid was a daugter of Dr.
William Anderson of Orrville, Ander?
son Co., 8. C. She was a granddaugh
ter of Can't. James Anderson of Au
BUBta Co., Va., who commanded a
Virginia company in the Revolutionary
war. Mrs. Reid has two brothers liv
ing, R. H. Anderson and W.H. Ander
son, of Anderson Co. She bas three
sisters dead, Mrs. John McLees, of
Greenwood, 8. C., Mrs, Jas. Anderson
and Miss Belle Anderson, of Alabama.
She haB three sisters living.Mrs. Ann
?, Tarroni, of Greenwood, 8. C., Mrs.
Eliza C. Orr, Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs.
O. A. Burkbead, of Horeb, Va.
"Mrs. Reid has three children liv
ing, Mrs. R. P. Smith, of Asheville,
N.C., and B. P. and J. W. Reid, of
Reidville, 8. C. One daughter, Mary
Hamilton Reid, died in infancy.
"The fanerai was largely attended
by sympathizing friends, who brought
many beautiful flowers in token of
their affection and estoeni. The
funeral services were conduoted by
Rev. C. A. B. Jennings and Rev. W.
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A Pleasant Occasion.
Children's Day exorcises nt Smith's
Chanel on Snnday, 3rd inst., was at
tended by a large crowd, and tho pro
gramme, which was composed - of r?ci
tations, songs etc, by the children,
was splendidly rendered-highly cred
itable to the Superintendent and his
assistants as well as to themselves.
The programme was beautifully car
ried oat; which manifested the great
interest each child had taken to have
ills or her part perfect.
The audience was intertwined in the
norning by an interesting address by
rion. J. Belton Watson, after which
linner was announced, and it is need
less to etnt? that san of the day was
Immediately following the dinner
lour, a .hort while was spent in the
doging of several good songs, after
which the audience was again inter
ested by-addresses by Rev. Mr. Trues
laie and T. Frank Watkins, Esq., of
Altogether ie was a very interesting
md pleasant occasion.
Mr. J. M. McAdams one of the
inn nfc?'? m rtat- ?nhaUBti.) S?t?SSS5, 77S?
n the city lost" Thursday and reports
he crop outlook as belog, very good
n the Antreville section, of Anderson
ind Abbeville counties. He say. that
he wheat crop is especially good bnt
bat so long as he can buy Dean's
latent floor at the price he now pays
or it, he does not enthuse over the
)reposition to increase the wheat
loreage. He declares that Dean's
latent ia the most uniformly satisfac
ory flour that he bas ever uBed.
layor Sullivan for Railroad Commis?
Mayor J. M. Sullivan, at the urgent
elicitations of- friends here and.
hronghout the State, has decided to
inter the race for Railroad Commie
loner in the Democratic primary thia
Mr. Sullivan's business experience
md hi. service in legislative bodice
Ml admirably fix bim for the di a
thargo of the duties of railroad com
nlssTouer. Up to ten year, agu he waa
actively engaged in business in the
ity and waa for some time president
if the Board of Tr ado. Si nco then he
isa been connected withtheCharles
on & Western Carolina Railway in
in official capacity. In 1895 Mr. Bul
ivan was cb osen a member of the eon*
titutionai convention and tho foliow
og year became a. member, of the
louse of Representatives.. in 1809 be
vas elected State Senator, serving one
erm in that body. For the past lour
ears he has been mayor oz the city
nd has made an excellent record.
Mr. 8'illivan will enter the race to
rin. Both by training and by active
Milty, he ls splendidly equipped for
he office, and he will enter the race
rith the advantage of. his home pao*
tie strongly supporting him.
Utter to Bonham & Watkins.
. . ??darse*, 5. <7. \
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lettres Two and two maka four
j* aiway^spenda upon what ???tro
"Two?^oua of water end two
hst'? half Hms, whUtii*Tclav
?5* oi.S -~- "G?r smikiDJ* or ;
-.: ?<?? ? ^>^wo? & Cfc f l
? J. Ll fl. JU Um LIX C
Aa we never see our town represent
ed ia tbe good old Intelligencer. Mr.
Editor, thia is to inform yon that we
ure situated in about the esme lati
tude and still in the land of the liv
The health of oar town and sur
rounding country is above par just
Harvesting ia through with and the
grain crop splendid.
Mieses Birdie Ducworth and Minta
Pressly and Mrs. O. W. and W.h.
Casey, and T. T. Wakefield have all
been recent visitors to Greenville, vis
iting friends and attending commence
ment o' the different colleges.
Air. and Mrs. Luther Owen, of
Piero?'(own, were visiting in Septus
MisH Robbie Wakefield will leave
nt?xt Saturday for Knoxville, Tenn.,
where bho will attend the great South
Everybody busy and newe very
scarce. Don Lino.
This section bas been favored with
fine seasons and all the crops are very
promising at this time.
The protracted meeting at the
Methodist Church closed last Sunday
night. Much f.ood has been accom
plished, and a vast amount of religious
interest awakened. Rev. H. G.
Scadday and bia daughter. Miss Nellie
Sondday, will go to Anderson, their
old borne, to rest and recuperate prior
to visiting the lower part of the
The Piedmont Ball Team (second
nine) waa defeated by a picked sine
from Williamnton last Saturday in a
close game, score 2 to 1, in favor of
The Piedmont Band will give one of
their enjoyable lawn parties next Sat
urday, th 10th inst. The Polzor Band
will be present and will assist in the
occasion. Ice cream and traits, and
all varieties of temperance beverages
will be provided for the visitors, the
grounds being illuminated and great
paine taken to make the eyent one of
pleasure to all.
Our people will celebrate the great
and glorious Fourth of July in grand
style with base ball gamea morning
and afternoon, pigeon shooting, and an
endless variety of athletic events for
which valuable prizes will be offered.
Everyone will be invited to come.
Prof and Mrs. J. B. Felton, of Long
Branch, visited the latter's father, J.
C. Spears, recently.
Mrs. Williams and Miss Tyndall, of
Anderson, are visiting Mra. G. E.
Miss Nellie Harris, of Westminster,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Alice
Mies Lntie MahanTey has returned
home to spend vacation after teaching
a flourishing school below Anderson.
Dr. S. G. Bruce and family, of An
derson, spent Sunday with his mother,
Mis. E. E. Bruce.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Diokson, of
Westminster, visited ' the latter's
father, W. N. Woolbright, some time
Mrs. C. E. Fant nod little daughter", ?
Ethel, have been spending awhile with
her sister, Mrs. Wavmon Beggs, of
M i sae a Kate, Ovaline and Susie
Bbarp, of Rivoli, visited their grand
mother, Mrs. E. E. Ledbetter, recent
Miss Estelle Bruce, who has been at
tending college at Bock Hill, is at
Jaok. Hat lia, of Pendleton, was
among ?V?fiHda fc??s scmo tims *>sst.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe, of Rivo
li, apent Sunday with J. Walter Dick
Lewis Ligon, of Anderson, spent
Sunday with home folka.
Quite a number of oar vonna folka
attended the singing at Doable Springs
. Loren delville News,
The past week was a week ot un
usual pleasure and interest to oar peo
ple, and there were a great many vis
itors in town.
The closing exercises of the Lown
desvillehigh school were very inter
esting aaa quite s success. The pta
gramme was aa follows: Sunday, Juno
"? ~t -? a. SS., munni Ju tuB i ?CBUV
terian church by Rev. G. W, Gardener
of Greenwood; ' Monday evening* an
address by Dr. A. B. Cooke of wof
ford College at the school building;
Tuesday evening the closing exercises
by the school in the school building.
Miss Ethel Bennett, of Chrystal
Springs, who was Mies Annie Liddell's
guest Isst week, has returned to her
home. . . - ' ?.
Miss Ottie Hill Who has been visit
ing relatives in Lowndea7iile has re
turned to her home tn Anderson. :
Mies Annie Barber, who has been
spending some time at Sarnpit with
Uer sister, Mrs. D. M. Bourne, ia at
Mrs; Joe Sherard, af Moffa?avilie,
?^H?.,*oe?$ ?'-tor. daughter, Mrs*
3. D. Wilson, last wrek.
Mrs. J. Henry Latimer, of Abbeville,
ia the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. O.
Latimer. . .v'< X f ... ,
Mrs. Maggie Bullock, who baa bain
Mrs, J. f. Latino er>a guest, has re
turned to her home in Abbeville. >..
On Wednesday afrernoon from 6 to
? o'ciock, Mrs. J. G. Latimer was at
borne in honor of Mrs. Bdilock, of Ab
beville, and. Mrs. Charlie Baker. Her
Mends Lowndcsville and quite a
number af tho visitors were the |*i
ii p?en ts of her hospitality. The nama
was beautifled with vi iy tasty decora
tions, and the picture which one be
held on entering tho hall was ve?y
pleading to the ey e. The colors used
wera whit? and yellow with enough
ween intermingled to make the effect
loyaly. . v" ' B.
Schotershlpi for Vouai Werne*.
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Of the 13 Scholarships owned by tho
Jonth Carolina Federation of Women's
31 nba, only the following ar? now
>peat'; ^:^.:v^-'- ..' ..-v7- . ,
College for Women-Colombia, S. C.
rooms of the board of trade. Tbero
were present 78 cotton mill presidents
reprettenting 2,085,000 spindles in opera
tion in South Carolina, or more than
two-thirds of the spindles of the State,
J. A. Brock, of Andereon, was made
chairman and J. J. Westervolt, of
Capt. ?. A. Smyth, of Greenville,
introduced a aeries of r?solutions
which were referred to a committee on
r?solutions consisting of Capt. E. A.
Smyth as chairman, Messrs. JL. W.
Parker, of Greenville, V. M. Mont
gomery, of Spartanburg, Thoa. Bar
rett, Jr., of Augusta, Ga., who ia presi
dent of the Langley mill in South
Carol i up., and Z. T. Wright, of New
berry, The conference then adjourned
for an hour while a collation was ser
ved by the mill oflicials of Greenville
und their lady friends.
At the second session of the confer
ence the following resolution was of
fered by the committee and unani
mously adopted: First, that a per
manent organization be effected, and a
committee to nominate olhcers was
appointed for that purpose to report
at a meeting to be held on June 28 at
some point to be decided upon later.
The following important resolution
was also adopted without opposition:
"Resolved, That it ia the sense of
this conference that the running time
of the cotton mills in South Carolina
be voluntarily reduced by the mill
managers on July 1, 1006, to 64 houra
per week, and on July 1,1006. 62 houra
per week, and on July 1, 1910,60 houra
"The mill managers recognise that
for many reasons it is best both for the
employes and the corporation that
thia reduction to 60 boura should be
gradual? and extend over a period of
"Resolved, That thia conference
urge upon all the cotton manufac
turera in South Carolina to continuo
to carefully observe the age law limit
lng tho employment of children to
thoee of 12 yeara of age aod older, and
forbidding the employment, except
under lawful conditions, of children |
under 12 years of age.
"Besolved, That the conference of
cotton mill manufacturera earnestly
approve the passage of compulsory
school law in Sooth Carolina to apply
to all children under 12 yeara of age,
and also recommended the enactment
of a law requiring the registration of
all births in South Carolina, and also a
law requiring marriage certificates be
fore any ceremony can be performed in
"Resolved, That the chairman of
thia conference appoint a committee of
seven who shall prepare a circular let
ter to be printed and placed on the
desk of each senator and member of
the house of representatives ot the
South Carolina legislature, urging
upon the enactment of these three laws.
"Resolved, That it is the judgment
of this nicotine that there should be
no change made in the wages of the
employes at this time consequent upon
the chango of houra ao proposed.
"Enabling thereby auch operatives
aa work by the day to secure the same
amount of wages for the shortened day
as they would have secured for a longer
day, it being tbe hope of the manufac
turers here assembled that piece work
ers will be able to secure, through in
creased energy consequent upon the
shortened houra of labor, tho same
amount of wases during the Bhorter
time that they neve previously earned.
The name of the organisation ia the
Cotton Manufacturera? Association of
South Carolina."-Special to Tb?
St ate. j_
Anderson County Normal.
County Superintendent of Educa
tion R. E. Nicholson has Issued a
circular letter in regard to (the ?oun?
.ty normal school. The letter reads
as ?oUows ;
The eighth session of the Ander
son county summer Behool will open
at Anderson Monday, Juno 13th, at'
ll o'clock, a. m. j
Place wi, reseting.
We shall UBO -the high school build
ing, which, is well adapted to this
purpose, being large and well yentl
.lated, having comfortable, seats, end
a good Ibra ry open to the teacher
We are forttunote in being able to
secure auch a suitable building.
- Cours? vt Study. ,
1. English literature. 8. English
Qrammar.. 3, Arithmetic. 4. Algebra.
5." TJ. e. History and Civics,'6. Geog
raphy. " '
All Students will ' be expected to
choose at' least three studios.
>': T?xt: Books. ' .
The following text befits witt be
used and the work in each course
will be based 'thereon: -.
1. "Shakespeare's Hamlet and Mer
chant of Venice.".
3. "Buehler's Modern Grammar."
3. "Wientwortti"a Practical Arith,
mette," ' .. , ' S :
4. '^Wentworth's New School 'Al
gebra.** ' .' '_:..- .' . 3f&?$
B? fXee'a Nev School History/*
and "Peterman'8 Civil Government*'
'."Frye's Advanced Geography."
. : 'Board.
Board In private families will cose
about $10.00 or $12.00 for the ^ses
sion. Several . ladles hare expressed
their -willingness to take, some of Ut?
teachers. I shall be glad to assist .
any one fin search ' ot a boarding
placo, but all teachers are expected ,
bo inske their iowa arrangements/ :
Lectures,- ? ? MS?.
We shall endeavor to arrange for
ono or two lectures during the nor
mal. The lectures will be by mon ol
note and you cannot afford to rnfesa
them/- '..'<:.? '?/"'';: ?
Regulations of statje boord,
t|on 1B?-??. flrat *ra$e vc?r^t?
may be renewed by <he county board
from which it ; vs*.Issued*Hlt+iM?m
ever, a teacher's institute or summed
school'is held th the c?unW?X^i?;
grade certificate Bhali not be renew
ed Junless the holden at??nt?V*he in
stitut* or summer school, or Bhows
tb' the state ?oard o? ?Mncatfon some
satisfactory reason for not doing co.
A second gr&de ces iiSeate, elass J?
shill ?ot be re??wed;; except v^heit
the holder attends ? teachers insti
tute or summer school, and la euch
cascihay be i^ewed, .. ?>
. A second grade ?ertiacate, clasa B,
Bhall not be Tene^w?dV* ^ .
ready - at all ; times tb do" ai^ytt?ng?
noy power tri?t will waist then* ia
~Aa attraoUv^^ course
aaa '.besa- :^t?m?^Mm^W^
will tPduce a larger attendance thad
Como and |otn t&\ four weeks*
vettert t?-it?her, dad roa will be Wm
i?o better /work next year. 4
I sm DOW prepared to do ell classes of I
repair work on Engines. Boiler? and nil
Farm Implemento. When In a harry
bring work to Jew. Striving's Machine
flbop, adjoining Townsend's Lumber
Maas Happy fer Life.
I Omi happiness came luto the home ol
S. C. Blair, school superintendent, at fit.
Albans, W. Va., when hla little daughter
waa restored from the dreadful com
plaint be names. Ho saya: "My little
daughter had St. Vitusr Dance, whlob
?lelded to no treatment but grew etcaoi
j worse until as a last reeort we tried
Electric Bitters; and I rojolo to say,
throe bottles effected a completo euro,"
Quick, sure oura for nervous debility,
l?malo weakneuaes, impoverished blood
and malaria. Guaranteed by Orr. Gray
<fc Co's, drugstore. Price 60e.
A Thoarand Dollars Werth of Gond.
"I have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder trouble tor yor.ro, passing gravel
or stones with excruciating pain," says
A. H. Thuines, a well known coal ope*
rator of Buffalo, O. "I gut no relief from
medicine uatti I began taking Foley's
Kidney Care, then tbe result was sur?
prl&lng. A few doses started the brick
dust-like substance and now I have no ?
pain aoroes my kidneys and I feel like a
now man. It has done me 91000 worth
of good." Foley's Kidney Caro will cure |
every form of kidney or bladder disease.
Evans Pharmacy., -,
"Blue Ridge" Harrows must be coen
and used to bo appreciated. This ls the
most perfect Cotton Cultivator ever man
ufactured, Sold by Sullivan Haid muro
Co. ' i
A Yatr tf Start, j
Tbs year 1003 will long be remembered
in tbs noms of F. N. Tackst, of Alliance.
Ky., ss s year of blood; whlob flowed so ;
copiously from Dr. Taoket'a lungs that,
death asomad very . near. Hs writes :
?'Severe bleeding from the lungs and a
frightful eon ?h had brought me at death's
door,when I began taking Dr.King'sNew
Discovery for Consumption, with the as
tonishing .result that after taking four
bottles I was completely restored and as
tims has proven permanently cored."
Guaranteed for Hore Lungs, Coughs and
Cold?, st Orr, Gray <fe Co'p. drugstore.
Price 50o and $1*00. Trial bottle free.
Will Cars CoBsaaptlfo.
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark. writes.
"Foley's Honey and Tar ls tho best pre
paration for coughs, oolds and lung trou
ble. I know that lt has cured consump
tion in the first stages. You never heard
of any one using Foley's Honey and Tar
and not being satisfied. Evans Phar
A Young K?lner at 70.
"My mother baa suddenly been made
youog st 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyspepata had entirely
disabled her, until six months ago,
when she began taking Eloctrio Bitters,
which have completely cured her and
restored tbs strength and activity she
bad in tho prime of life," writes Mrs. W.
L. Gil patrick, of Danfortb, Me. Great
est restorative medicine on the globe.
Sets Stomach, Liver and Kidneys right,
?urines tbs blood, and cures Malaria,
iilllonsness and Weaknesses. Wonder
ful Nerve Tonio. Price 50o.. Guaranteed
by Orr, Gray & Co's, drug atora.
"Victor" Patent Heel Sweep? nra popu
lar with many farmers. Tb*?* 8 weeps
can be bought from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Stimulation without Irritation,
la case of stomach unfl llVflf tfo?b1?
tbs proper treatment ls to stimulais thees
organ* without irritating them. Ortflo
, Laxativs Fruit Syrup alda filEsatlon and
I stimulates tbs Ure* and Ito Weis without
Irritating these uranna like pills or ordi
nsry cathartics. It does not nauseate or
grips sud Is mild and pleasant to take. \
Evana Phumsoy, . j[
\ Buy tbs best Builders' Hardware front
Sullivan Hdw, Oo? .
"Bin* Ridgy ? Hos* bays tba b*st
Blades and Handles that can ba put Into
a Koo? : If yon want tbs bast Hos that
san bs bought, osll for "Blue Kidgo" st
Sullivan Haw* Co's.
Antomohijes repaired, adjusted and
weaned off. Havlosworked in the larg
sst Oarage Sooth, "s ?ssl competent m
this lins. Jess. StiiMlng'a Machine
shop. . .
WANTED-A good oast? ts write Hail
storm Icaurance for us ia sfSry eeoilors
Of tbs county. Not mach ti m o' repaired.
AMA .?ut . : . -'.:.''T.'':?7
~ 45~4 *""'* * eitlzon'a lu sa ranosAgency *
. Fasses Strike Brf aksre.
The moat famous otriko balsers In tas
land ar? Dr. King's New Life Pills.
25o at OIT, Gray & Co,, druggist.
?.Bins Ridas," *'*Rosa'a?^''?%^ttls'^^
and . 'Terrell" Harro wa are sold by Sul
livan Hdw. Co. x< , .;, '
: VBtua Ridge" Harrows sixths.gjm
Imploments of tho klud manufactured.
They ar? sold' ,by 8aillvsn
- Bjjg-ggSgg^i .
Casap Rttet Via Soatbera Railway.
%, - ?asajssae?
On account of tho fallowing special oc
casions, tho Sou tbera Hail way will cwll
tickets to points named below at ex
tremely low me?, as follows:
To Asheville. N. C., and return-Ac
count Annual Conference Yoong Pso
pie's Missionary Movement, Jone 29th ^
to July 8th. Tickets on salo Juno SSttiWJ
27th and 28th, limited good ?o return un- va
tU July 10th, 1906. Eats: One faro plus
twenty-five conta for round trip.
To Asheville, N. C., and return-*Ao
( count of Convention Commercial law
Laatzen of America, July 80th to August
4tb. 1006. Ticket? on sale July 25tb,
20th aud 27th, limited good to return un
til August 8th, Extension of limit to
September 30th may ba obtained by de
positing ticket with Special Agent at
Asheville and payment of fee of fiifcy
cents. Rate: One fare plus twenty-five
cents for round trip.
To Knoxville Tenn.,-and return-Ac
count Summer School of the South,
Juue 19 to July 27tb, 1003. Tickets on
salo June 17th 23rd, 24th and 80th, and
July 7tb, 14th and 15tb, limited good to
return fifteen days from date of Bale. An
extension of limit to September 30th may
be obtained by depositing ticket with
Bpeolal Agent and payment of fee of fifty
cents. Sate: One fare plus twenty-five
conta for round trip.
To Lexington. Ky., and return-Ac
count National Grand Lodge United
Brothers of Friendship and outers Mys
terious Ten, July SOih to August 8rd,
1906. Tickets OB calo July 29th and 80th
aud August lat, limited good to return
until August 6th. Batet One aire plus
twenty-five cants for round trip.
To Louisville, Ky., ead return-Ac
count Homecoming week fox Kentuck
ian*, Jon? 18th to 17th. Ticket? oa sals
Jons io th, ll sud 13th limited coed to ro
tura until Jon? 23rd. AJO extension of
return limit to July 23rd may be obtain
ed by depositing ticket with Special
Agent sad payment of fes Of fifty cents.
( Wrlto for particulars about sids trips.)
Rate: One fare plus twenty-five conta tor
To Memphis, Tenn., and return-Ac
count International Convention Broth
erhood of st. Andrew, Ootobsr 18th 21st.
Tickets on rale October 15th to 18th, lim
ited to return Ootobsr 80th. Au exten
sion to November 30 th may be obtained
by depositing tioket with Special Agent
and'paying a: fee of fifty cents. Bate:
Ons fare plus twenty-five cents for round
To Milwaukee, Wis., and Return-Ac- , ?
count, Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of
Ragles, August U h to 18th. Tickets on
sale August 10tb, nth and 12th. limited
good to return August 22nd. Rate: One
faro plus ?2,00 for round trip,
To Nashville. Tenn., and return-Ac
count Peabody Bummer School mr
Teachers, Vanderbilt University Bibli
cal Institute, June Ith to August 10th.
Tickets on sale Juno 10th, 11th find 12th,
18th, 19th, and 20th, and July 8th, 6th and
7th, limited good to return fifteen days
1 rom date of sale. An extenalon of limit
to September 80th may be obtained by
depositing ticket with Special Agent and
paying a fee or fifty cents. Rate: One
fare plus twenty-five cents fur round
To Washington, D. C., and return-Ac
count. Negro Young People's Christian
and Educational Congress, July 8rd to
8th. .Tickets on sale Jons 29th,; July
2nd end 3rd, limited good to return mit il
July 11th, 190ft- Aa extension of limit
to Antust lith tri?.* be obtained ??y de
positing ticket with Speelsl Agent sad
paying a fee Of fl ly seat?. Rate: One
fara plus twenty-Uv ?? coats for round
' The Southern Railway i5 tbs best way.
Ruperto* Passenger Accommodations.
Beat oosehes. Most convenient Through
Sleepin^^B^loo and best Dining Car
fie!\>r?full MrtUraskrs inquire ?of say
Southern Ballway Agent, ot Brooks
Morgan. Asst. General ?Psagenger
Agent. Atlanta, GB.; R. W. Hunt, Divis
ion Passenger Agent, Charleston, ?. C.
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