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"le ?ranee Sale of Buggies, &c, for next 30 Bays
"f'o wi?! ' ..;ia Stock-taking ot) September lit, and iiav?? a few Vehicles of
., ? iffV r< .t lots that wc have decided to offer at SPECIAL THICKS to
. l?cii g.. I>J not fail to look them over if you waDt a BARGAIN,
ilu'u it> a description of a few of them :
One Canopy Top Phaeton, very roomy. $07 50
One Extension Top Phaeton. (17 50
Regular prices on above are$85.00 each.
Une Kubber Tire Canopy Top Two-Seat Surrey. 75 00
One Kubber Tire Upen Surrey, two-seat. 85 OD
One Two-Seat Station Wagon. 75 00
Une Rubber Tire Open Park Wagon. 05 00
(Jae Open Slat Oil Wagon. lid 00
One Open Run a-About. 50 01)
four Top Buggies, ca"h.50.OD to CU.OD
The above are as good Vehicles as we have in stock, and the prices named
are fer Vehicle only. WV have a large line of assorted Goods, in different
makes, at prices to please any purchaser. We Hell for Cash or Good Paper.
Harness and other accessories in great variety ol' styles and prices.
SHH I'S OOW.
_FRETWELL-HANKS CO., Andersons. 0_
We are tu the forefront of the procession of progressiveness
when it comes to supplying the wants of Womankind. We
try our hardest to have at all tinieB the thing3 you want, and
ALWAYS have the things that are Stylish, Up-to-Date and
We are offering soire rare July Specials in every Depart
ment, including every piece of Summer Goods. Several odd
lots that you can buy at half price. Men, Women and Chil
dren's Low Cut Shoes at Low Cut Prices. Extra Specials in
Millinery, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Shapes, Braid, Trim
mings, Veilings, Ribbons, Etc. House Furnishing Specials
i that should receive hurried attention.
Looks good to us. The coming season promises to be the ban
ner one of our business career, and certainly we'll leave noth
ing undone to make it so. We aie making big preparations
for big trade-rt modeling our Store from end to end. When
finished it will be ono of the prettiest and best arranged in the
State. Our selections of Woman's Wear will be in keeping
with other improvements. Of course we expect you to visit
our place when you need anything in our line. Also, we ex
pect a big share of your business. Always glad to have you
and to show you. Thanking you for your many favors, and so
liciting your further trade, wo are
Yours very truly,
The Store that Sells "Something Different."
We Are Doing THE BUSINESS of the Town.
Ton know our motto
Everything to wear for
Wf- BOYS and
m . CHILDREN.
COME QUICK AND CET THE PLUMS.
vv... Your?for good trade,
Lesser & Co.
Big Day Tomorrow.
On?' of tilt? biggest crowds that has
boen in Anderson in a long time is ex
pected tomorrow. Senators Tillman
ami Fatimer, ami Congressman Aiken
and Solicitor Hoggs will speak at
[mena Vista Park. This combiratior.
will certainly interest the people.
Dr. Orr For The .Senate.
Dr. S. M. Orr is announced as a can
didate for the State Senate in opposi
tion to Mr. .ino. E. Breazeale whom it j
had been stated was slated for election
without opposition. It lias been known
hover, for several days past that tre
mendous pressure was being brought
to hear upon Dr. Orr from people all
?.ver the county to make the raed.
From the ti.ornent his name was first
mentioned, tho suggestion took like
wildfire and assumed such force that
he could not resist it.
Ile has received the most (lattering
assurances of support from every class,
and his entry will infuse quite a little
ginger into the race.
Il is needless to say that Dr. Orr
stands on a platform that the voters
of the county will endorse, for his
known conservatism and good business
judgment together with his strong per
sonal magnetism are a platform in
SEW M'SIB FR CONCERN.
Messrs. F. J. Martin and D. S. and
E. P. Vandiver ha ; formed a partner
ship and will open a lumber business
on the Blue Ridge road. They have
rented the lot near the old Shoe Fac
tory at tr.e foot of Depot street. The
Blue Ridge Railway will put ?in the
necessary side tracks and the company
will begin at once to erect the neces
sary lumber sheds.
Campaign Opens Saturday.
The County Campaign will open at
Piedmont next Saturday, August 4, at
2 p. m.
The time for candidates to file their
pledges will expire next Friday, Au
gust 3, at 12 o'clock. If you want to
run for office you must 'do something
NEW FERTILIZES PLANT.
The Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co.
will build another ferlilizer plant. On
account of the scarcity of laoor in An
derson it is said the new plant will go
TO ATTEND ASSOCIATION.
Many Anderson people went to
Honea Path yesterday to attond the
Saiuda Baptist Association.
Company E to Cro to Chi?kamauga.
The Palmetto Riflemen, officially
known ns Company E, l3t S. C. In
fantry, are getting everything in
shape for their lng encampment to be
held in Chickamauga Park, Georgia.
The company will leave Anderson
August 10 and will be under the com
mand of the captain, P. K. McCully,
Chickamauga-yes, we remember the
Slace and remember the hot summer
ays that we spent there in 1898 when
we were there with Company C, lBt
S. C. Vol. Infantry. We were ^fcere
waiting to be sent to Cuba to nelp
wipe off every Spaniard on that island.
After remaining in Chickamauga
several weeks the 1st regiment was
sent to Jacksonville to get in line with
the other Regiments going over to
Cuba. But soon after arriving there
peace was declared and the First
Regiment! was sent back to Columbia
ana mustered out of service.*
We will never forget the march from
Lvtle Station to pur camping place in
Chickamauga Park, when dust seemed
to be knee deep ahd'we were starve"
for the want of water. We don't bx*?
lieve we will be held ' accountable for
the cussing we did on this march.
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Foods Tho Hungry Printers.
Rev. R. Herbert Jones brought to
j The Intelligencer office Wednesday
eight tomatoes of a size we have never
run across before. ' The largest weigh
ed two pounds and four ounces. Mr.
Jones is not ohly a good preacher but
one of the best gardeners in the coun
try. This is not the first time that he
has took the prize) on raisin? vege
tables. Mr. Jones has probably no
ticed the hungry look of the editor, as
did some unknown gentleman who
?uietly left a couple of cabbage in the
ront end of the office a few days ago.
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Miss Clara Hunt is teaching a sum
mer school at Pine Grove.
/Mrs, W. E. Fant spent last week
with her uncle uncle, W. N. Bruce at
Mr. George Bagwell from Corona,
Ala., and Mrs. G. W. Dickson of
Westminster were the guests of W.
N. Woolbright Sunday. ?
Miss Nellie Harris of Westminster ia
visiting her cousin, Miss Alice Harris.'
Misc Bessie Bruce of Oakway anent
last week with her grandmother. Mrs.
Elibath Bruce. C. H. P. Woolbright
spent Sunday at Oakway.
Mr. J. P. Ledbetter has gone. to
Asheville, N. C., to visit his wife Whp
h at been there the past few months
Miss Mattie Bruce is -teaching a
summer school near Beaverdam. .
Mr.JReese., Hatcher has moved in
Mr. Bennie Grubbs from Fair Play
was in Townville Sunday. !
DEATH OF HB3. FREEMAN,
Mrs. Elizabeth Freerhau, widow of
the late \\ . J. Freeman, died at the
home of her son-in-law. Mr, C. D.
Chamblee, in Rock Mills . Township,
at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. . She
waa about 55 years ox age/. Her hus
band died about three years ago.. She
leaves several children. The funeral
will take place this morning at ll
o'clock at Roberts' Church.
Given up ta Die.
3; Soler?!, 1304 N* Virginia
The Allen-Kind Wedding.
On the evening of July 25, 1906, the
home of Mr. and Mr- J. B. Allen, waa
the scene of a very -etty wedding,
when their second . ghter. Eudora
Vrii^inia. and Mr. Jour. M. Kind were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
by Father Murphy, of Greenwood,
The entire house was charmingly
decorated for the event.
The parlor formed a dainty wilder
ness of green and white.
In one corner of the room was a
lovely bower of fresh foliage, banked
up by a aeautiful masa of green and
white and at tune o'clock the groom,
accompanied bj' his groomsman, Mr.
George Shilleto, marched in to the
soft strains of the march, charmingly
rendered ay Mrs. J. M. Patrick, and
took their stand beneath this bower,
to be joined by the bride, accompanied
by lier lister and maid of honor, Miss
Stark Allen, where ?the beautiful and
impressive ceremony was performed in
the presence of about sixty guests.
The hall and dining room were beau
tifully decorated in pink and white,
while the sitting room and piazza were
tastefully arranged in green and
Os the front piazza delightful punch
was served to the guests as they en
tered, and shortly after the ceremony
tlie guests retired to the dining room
where they were served with refresh
ments corresponding to the color
scheme of the room, pink and white.
During the evening the contest be
tween the competitors for the bride's
boquet was an interesting feature,
Miss Keys Dardin being the successful
Very many useful and ornamental
presents were received, all Bhowing
the high esteem in which the young
couple is held.
Mr. Kind holds a good position with
the Sullivan Hardware Company, and
is very popular. His bride is me of
Anderson's highly respected young
Mr. and Mrs. Kind will make tneir
home at the Electric Hotel on Church
Letter From Unele Dock Owen.
Mr. Editor: In your paper of the
25th inst., you mention the death of an
old Confederate comrade, John Lewis,
who died in the County Home. Forty
four years ago John little thought he
would die in the poor house and Be laid
to rest in the Potters Feld. Likely, not
a tear was shed for him. What a
shame men who fought, suffered and
hungered for their country for four
years, must die in a paupers home.
You say in that same article that the
old heroes are fast answering to the
last roll call and in a few more years
there will be none left. I beg to differ
with you, for there will be men fifty
years hence who were in the great
struggle. Only yesterday I heard a
gray haired man tell how he charged
the federals at Brandy Station and of
the awful havoc among the Yankees.
My God, why do men lie so. He is
only 51 years old; consequently he was
born in 1855 and was ten years old in
1865. Yet he says he fought at the
Station August 21st, 1882. Oh, no,
Mr. Editor, there will be many of
them h?re and maybe drawing a pen
I am growing old and I know the
troubles, trials and tribulations I have
underwent and may have to wind up
"my earthly career like comrade John
Lewis in the ''poor house." What
mortifies my feelings so much is to
witness the last sad rites over some
big Ike who went to Columbia two cr
three days after that hell-bound Sher
man passed through and come home to
boast "Me and Betsy killed the Bear."
The simon pure vets will be dead be
fore long, just as you say, but the his
tory readers will be here for years to
come and tell their offspring how they
fought for the Red, White and Blue.
Anderson Has Them, Too.
The Florence Daily Times says;
"A novel spectacle was seen upon
the streets Monday morning in the
form of a party of negro women doing
work with noe and shovel for the city.
They bad been brought before the
mayor's court on the charge of va
grancy, and after imposing the usual
sentence of fine cr imprisonment upon
them, Mayor Brown directed that those
failing to pay the fine be1 required to
do worV upon the city streets.f',
The streets of Anderson are full of
just such negro women as the Florence
people have to deal with, and our
streets could be greatly improved by
making them use the hoe and shovel.'
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Aldermen Can't Sell City Snppllo:,
At the ! request of some people who
want to know the law as to Aldermen
selling the city supplies, we give it be
low, which, has been incorporated as
Section 223 of the Criminal Code of
South Carolina: - ?t
An Act making it unlawful for any
municipal i officer. to take a contract
for work for the municipal corpora
tion of which he is an officer, and to
provide a penalty for violation of
?this Act? i . . . ?-.
Section 1. 'Be it enacted by the gen
eral assembly of the State of South
Carolina, That from and after the pas
sage of this act no municipal officer
shall take a contract to. perform work
or furnish material for the municipal
corporation of which hs is ah officer, I
and no such . officer' shall. receive com-1
pensation on any contract for said pur
pose. Provided, that in cities of over,!
thirty thousand inhabitants such/con
tracts may be allowed hy the nnaiii
moue vote of city council. Upon each
specific contract such vote to be taken
by yeas and nays and entered Upon I
council's journals. ; "'. '?. -V m'' ?&S?
Section 2, That any person violatin
the provision cf this Act aha tl be guilt,
of misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be pimisheifby fine or im
prisonment in the discr?tion, of; 'th^
court before whom such conviction is
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Archer Soca Sen Sont* Wrong,
oh??i : There ft dangar in delay* feat il
Foley's Kidney Cure is tnk?u at once
the By mp toma will di6ftppenr,Hhe kid?
ney? areetrengthenetiana jrott ar* ?ooo
aound and weih A. R, Ete&e of MOr
ganyojra> Inroad't? g?^npvt?|i^
t**m times in thontefit, and had a
severe backnche nud pnjna io the kid^
ney*, and wa? cared by Foiey'a Kidney
><Car*. ?tawPharmaey. -v. v : ,
The Cctmtv Eeatocracy.
The county democratic executive
committee met at the Court House
Monday at 12 o'clock, Chairman Jno.
K. Hood presiding. The mangers of
Ejection for the coming primary were
A new club called Concrete was re
ported organized in Brushy Creek
A motion was passed that the rules
governing the closing of the registra
tion lists ? five days aefore election be
sent to the different clubs. The lista
will close at midnight on August 22d.
The campaign meeting at Townville
The committee adjourned to meet on
August .'iOth, at 12 o'clock, to tabulate
and deciare the results of the primary
election of this county. *
t Tho Dam Across Savannah,.
The Charleston Nows and Courier of
Mr. E. C. Meschine, who is de
scribed as "a planter resident on the
banka of the Savannah near Lowndes
ville in the upper edge of Abbevdle
County," is earnestly protesting
against the erection of a dam across
the Savannah aiver several miles above
his plantation, on the ground that the
Savannah is at that point still a navi
gable stream. We nave no wish to
get mixed up in Mr. Meschine's fight
on the Savannah River Power Com
pany, but we respectfully suggest that
if the Savannah is scarcely navigable
as itt; mouth, as shown by the collis*? MI
between the Chattahoochee and the
Cily of Memphis, it requires a consid
erable stretch of the imagination to
conceive it as open to the passage of
ships fully two hundred and fifty miles
from the point where it empties into
For Those Not Progressive.
For the benefit of those citizens who
live amongst UB-the unprogressive
kind-we print the following, which is
being urged upon the citizens of Bir
"If your store front, residence or
fence is dull or dingy, have it painted.
If your awning is old, torn or faded,
get a new one.
If your sidewalk, fence or gate needs
repairing, fix it.
Destroy the young weeds that are
starting on your property and on your
Ir your advertising sign is old, or
faded, take it down and paint it.
Resolve never to throw paper in the
Burn all the rubbish possible; allow
no one to throw it on the streets, al
leys or vacant lots.
Promise not to spit on the side
Organize a block improvement so
ciety and allow no weeds to grow on
Ask your milk man, grocery man
and express man to have their wagons
Irrespective of the size of your home,
make your lawn the finest.
Illuminate the front of your store in
the business section.
Get a garbage can and use it.
Sod your sidewalks where curbing
has been moved out."
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Press Association Honors Slr. Lang
At tbs meeting of the State Press
Association held in Charleston last
w^ek, the Association piesented Mr.
C. C. Langston, formerly Editor of
The Intelligencer, with a gold fob nud
chain as a mark of ita esteem, and
elected him a life member of tho Arno- j
elation. . ,1
Tho following is what tho News and
Courier bas to say about thia beauti
ful teatimonial to Mr. Langston's pop
ularity, ?nd faithfulness:
"A beautiful aa well aa an impressive
incident j ast sf ter the buffet was the
pr?sent?t iou of a handsome watch
?hain and fob by Major Hemnhil! to
Ur. CC. Langston, wno has been the
secretary of the association for thir
iv?' 'Tho pnniahmiant aenera?y fits tho
crime,'eaid Mafor He mphil!.
I? 'This wotld if foll of beauty
Aa other worlds above,
And if me do our duty
1 It ?ould bo fall of love.',
"Mr; Langston was so surprised and
tooched he asked to be excused, from
making a speech? merely bowing his
thanks. > .. y-':^.$w?$
"The fob waa inscribed C. C. L.,
from 8. C. P. A.. 1006\ Th* ^embers
af the Association greatly regret Mr.
Langston's retirement from active
newspaper work; and ? tr net hi a he al th
will noon permit him taking up bia pen
again/*--- . -
I Mr. Banka offored the following*
"Resolved, That on acooant of hie
conspicuously faithful services to thia
association as secrete ry for a, period of
thirteen years, tba , South ^Carolina
State Press Association hereby elects
and d?clar?e that C. C. Langeton ia
elected tm honorary , .member foe Jlfeift
v Mr. Norment offered tho folio wing;
??There ia no more atrong att ri ba to
io be found Within ,the &eope or. inna
once of our Association than is tho
fraternal cord that binda together
kindred spirits : ' V With; thia ia linked
affection of deepest interest in ?lt that
concern s each and ?irery-Mm^-M
our A&aociation. Knowing that your
committee voices the sentiments of
our entire Association, be it resolved,
therefore, that ws do not ' need.to ex
press to. our brother. 0: C. Langston,
who for twelve years bas' been Our
sincere regret at Jhe .neesasary aeyer^
lng of these official relations.. He
dose not need to be tbld that her
ries with him our aympatby and.affec
tion in the reasons that make his rea.*
nation necessary With the prayer
that as will aoin >o ate n?)?l^
amone "our active-'wmetB)?;W??Tmf?
him health, happinew and prMp*?r
yesterday ' evening about four o'clock,
preparing bi-eakfast and comp?ained ol
not feeSag very well 5*>nd.w^nl;vl? bed
bnfcgot^up and ?g^^f}T^ ^
Mr?Wmiford?>nt for Dr, >WiSerapOp?
but ahe was beyond medical aid ?r?<
the funeral will be attended by her
pastor, Rev. Mr. Bailey, of Starr, and
possibly Rev. Mr. Ligon, of Townville.
To the bereaved family we extend our
Rev. Hugh McLees of Pendleton
spent three weeks here with relatives
some time ago and while here he was
taken sick and when he recovered suffi
ciently he went home, but his friends
here are anxious about him and hope
that he has fully recovered before this
Mr. John Lee of Fair Play visited
relatives here last week, and went
from here to Anderson to see other
Rev. Wilson of Ninety Six will assist
Rev. Ligon in protracted services com- J
mencing at Roberts next Thursday and
continuing through next Sunday.
Magistrate Anderson married at his
residence here, July 20, 1900, Mjr. J.
M. Vickery and Mis3 Lillian Baker,
both of Hart County, Ga.
Miss Ruby Gilmer lias returned from
a visit to relatives at Marrietta, Ga.,
and her cousin, Miss Mattie Lou Bar
rett caine home with her. Mit?* Per
rett is a daughter of Mr. Newt Barret
who went to Marrietta some forty
years ego, and will be remembered by
the older people of the county. He is
still living and doing well in his home
Miss Pearl Barrett is home on a va
cation from her business in Anderson.
News from Bolton.
Mr. P. S. Bunton and family have
moved to Ware Shoals.
Miss Crystine Anderson of Seneca
returned with Mrs. Mildred Willing
ham and will spend some days here as
the guest of her aunt and Dr. P. S.
Hon. John K, Hood, D. S. Gray and
U. E. Seybt, prominent Masons of
Anderson, visited Belton Lodge as a
special communication Thursday night.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Fair returned last
Friday from their bridal trip. They
are for the present guests of the Bel?
Married, on Sunday, July 12, by J.
M. H. Ashley, N. P., George Burks
and Hessie Poole.
Miss Iris Telford of Cornelia, Ga., is
on a visit to the families of Messrs. J.
T. and J. Clyde Green.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hopper and chil
dren are on a visit to Mr. Hopper's
mother in Gaffney.
The protracted meeting at the Belton
Baptist Church closed last Sunday.
Through the instrumentality of the
able pleading, several souls were led !
to accept Christ. The following united
with the church and were baptised last
Sunday night: Breazeale Austin, Nan
ette Campbell, Irene Clinkscales, H.
M. Poore, Geo. Alien Willson, Geo.
Cox, Geo. William Clement, Edwin
Tate and Hugh Tollisonl
Mr. J. Broadus Travnham haB ac
cepted a position aB bookkeeper for D.
A. Geer & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cobb, Sr., and
Miss Attie Major left for Saluda, N. C.,
last Saturday. Mr. J. H. Cobb also
went up to spend a day or so with his
family. Mr. W. H. Cobb returned
Mr. W. H. Tramniell returned Tues4
day from West Point, Ga., where he
had gone to attend the funeral of hi;:
brother, who was accidentally killed in
a coal mine near Birmingham, Ala. ,
Miss Sadie Haynie is visiting friends
I Miss Lila Lock of Greenville is the
guest of Miss Emma Vaughn.
I There will be preaching at the Pres
byterian Church sit the usual morning
, service next fifth Sunday. * .
Miss Mattie Dunlap, who has been
quite sick at the home of her parents
ni Hon ea Path for the past three
weeks, has recovered sufficiently to re
turn to her work at R. A. Lewis/
Cedar Grove News.
Mr. H. Kelly lost a fine mule one
day last week.
Mr. t John Smith of Anderson is in
this community. .7
The farmers of thia place have form
ed a Stock company, and are gomg to
build a big ginnery at H. Kelly V with
a capital of about $2,500.
Mr; ;Br F. Bolt is building on to his
Mr.; Henry Wyattf of Greenville was
out at Church Sunday.
? It seems that everybody is in a rush
for, the picnic Saturday, August 4th.
Several speaker have been invited to
come. The public is invited ito . come
?and jbrmg well.filled baskets.?At?
1 on? yd?hing to come on the -tram;'can
do so us the train will stop at the pic
l^?l^ehas been a for?e of hands at
; work putting: in a Bide track here,
' *roi H. ?M. .Mahaffey ia geing; to
teach a singing school here, commenc
9^l^^ptracted'\ meeting' . wi?.v.?pfr'
nmene* OT hefor?V '
second Sunday in August
Cared Hay fever ac? SuKmsr
Cheap Ratea Via Saatfeeta Raliway,
On account of the apeclr*' occasions
mentioned, tbo Southern Ballway will
Reil round trip tickets to pointe named
below, at greatly reduced ratea aa fol?
To Asheville, N. O, and return-Ac
count Convention Commercial Law
League of America. Tickets on sale July
25th to 27tb, limited to return August
8:b, 1906. Au extension of thia UmTt to
September 30th m ?y b* obtained by pay
ing a fee of 60 otc. end depositing ticket
with Special Agent at Aabovllle. Rate,
ono fare plus 23 cent? for round trip.
To Lexington, Ky., and return-Ac
count National Grand Lodge United
Brothers Friendship and Bieters Myste
rious Ten., Tickets on sale July 29tb to
August let, limited to return August
5th. Bate, one fare plus 25 cte. for round
To Mex loo City. Mox., ead return?- ,
Account International Geological Con*
greas. Tickets on sale August 44th to
31st, limited co return 00 days from date
of sale. Bate,, one fare plus 25 o?s, for
To Milwaukee, Wla., and return-Ac?
?ouai Graud Aerie fraternal Order Ba?
Rles. TicKetj on sale August 10th to
I2tb, limb.-a t> return August 22nd.
Bato, one fare dina 92.00 for .-nund trip.
To Richmond, Va., and return-Ac
count Meeting Truo Reformers. Tickets
on salo Foptembsr 2od to Otu, limited to
return September 13th. Rate, one fare
rloe 25 ot?, for roand trip.
To Roanoke, Va., aod return-Aooount
meeting National Firemen's Association?
Tlokota on sale August 12sh to 13th, limi
ted to return August 31s t. An extension
of this limit to September ISO may be
obtained by depositing ticket with ?pe
dal Agent and paving a fee of 50 cts.
Bate, one fare pins 25 cts. for round trip
The Southern Raliway la tba beet wey.
Superior Pssaenger Accommodations.
Beat coaches. Moat convenient Through
Sleeplng-Car serbios and best Dining Car
service in the World.
For full particulars inquire of any
Southern Ballway Agent, or Brooks
Morgan. Asst. General Paggenger
Agent, Atlanta. Ga.; B. W. Hunt, Divle
lon Pssaenger Agent, Charleston, Q. C.
LOST-Deed to 165 aerea in Hopewell '
Township, OrrlMill Stock, $1,000, F.fiM.
Bank Stock, 15 shares. Formerly pr jp
or ty ot Harrison ?Tucker, now Mary A.
Tucker's. 2? \
When yow want high-grade Build
er Hardware, aneh aa will add to the
attrnetiveneer, and convenience of
your boneo, buy lt from Sullivan
The Cheapest Mower that you can
buy is the one that will last the long
eat, run the easiest and cost least to
keep in perfect running order. The
Mower that will do thia lathe "Mc
Cormick," sold by Sullivan Hardware.
Rsv; to Avoid Appendicitis.
Moat victima of appendicitis ore
those who are habitually constipated.
Orino Laxative Frnlt Syrup ourea
chronic constipation by cumulating
the liver and bowels and reatorea the
natural action of the bowels. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nause
ate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to :
take. Retase substitutes. EvanB Phar?
macy. . ?, ? \. ' ; / ? / ? . " .?.
Call "est" er Write $e ;
When you want Farm' or "'tmber
Laud? or Town Property, in O oonoo
co amy or vicinity. I will ; make you
i money. ? \? 1 : ''/^v-VV, .. f
T. E. atv? v VXHBB, Real Batate -
- ??nt, Walhalla, S. C.
I ' J. W Coulter, of Leslie, 8. D., Asses
sor pr 8 canley County, relates tho foliow
inff : "j was waylaid by a complication
of throat and lung troubles, g bronchitis, m
asthma and a terrible cough, which'had
sifcetedme for y ?irs, wheal waa per- v
sueded to ery Dr. King'? New Discover*. .
Relief came almost immediately, and in
s short timo . permanent cara resulted/'
No other medidos compares. with it aa a
sure and quick cure for coagba and colds. '
I lt eurea after all other remedies have
failed. Every bottle guaraateed at Orr.
Gray & Co's, drug ?tore. . Price 50j and
Sl.00. Trial bottle free.
Khlftho Wofla WiR?ers
how the other half live*. Those Whouee
Buofelen's Arnica Salve never : wonder JUT
Kit will curs Cuts, Wounds, Burab,
Sc res and aU Skin esnrttoaa, ihey know
nolda eta flprlag?aW, Iii,-tll/S;
?ard It one -ofthe j^o^^W^fftfv
SouaeLeeplug," Guaranioed ,. by Orr,
Tho frost ?ra thewerid
??To keep the body in tune," writee
Mrs. Marr Brown. tojJ?^Wgi*&
Ponghkeepsle. N. Yv, >?**tekavDr. King*?
New LU? ?Uhv They, ar? the? mottle
liable ?m d pleasant lastly* J^$aw.
&Oo^?WelBi'tG25?*n hy Orr, Gray
Cotter Knives, Cotton Seed Crusher
: : iaid?7: aitt^?? "makee'ih^:; $
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