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MESSAGE TO Tl
and Asks for Ade
A M?ssage on
State of South Carolina,
Message No. 12.
Gentlemen of the General Assembly:
I tried to make three m essa RCS
cover everything I had to say to you
during this session. Other matters
have come before me, however, which
1 have had to transmit to you, which
probably could not be considered
messages, but only letters of trans
mittal. Matters have taken place
which were not expected, and I have
had to burden you with more mes
sages than I had intended. Kow
comes ihiB one, at the request and as
the result of a conference with a
committee appointed by the Confed
erate veterans of this State.
I want to put myself on record, so
there can be no mistake. First, and
above oil, let mc say I think that the
State of South Carolina should see
that no Confederate Veteran sutlers
for the necessities of life. They
most assuredly should not be treated
as paupers. If you want to treat
them as paupers, let them go to the
homes for the poor, and let them be
treated t s paupers, which would be u
disgrace upon every citizen of South
Carolina. But I want .to call your
attention to the fact that there are on
your pension rolls the names of men
who are getting money who are not
entitled to it, and there are names
which are not on these rol*3 which
Ah nuil be thera^ Now. understand
mc distinctly; I km in favor of giv
ing every man who fought in the
Confederate Army* a sufficient
amount of money to buy the neces
sities of life-that is; plenty of, good
food, plenty of good clothes to keep
his hoity werm and comfortable, and
to buy medicines, etc., when neces
sary. The State, of South Carolina
should do this, if it takes an extra
iwx to do it, rather than to see one
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Wa. uren: VU| u.U.? ?uuu IV. WIO .lUCCs
sltics of life.
I think this makes my record clear,
co taut it cannot be misconstrued.
I am fully satisfied that the estab
lishment of a Ho/no for the old sol
diers- was a matter of sentiment
more than of good business judg
ment, and that the General Assem
bly nt that time probably took this
r. ct ion moro as a compliment to one
of ita members and as a matter of
sentiment, than for the real .good
they thought it would do the Con
fsderate V?t?rans. I think ths Con
federate Homo has been managed as
well os it could have been managed,
nnd, in viow of the dirty fight that
has Leen mude against it? manage
ment by come people merely for po
1 li tied prejudice and trp-ta, I think
tbs* the institution has boon nbiyj
managed, and the inmates well cared
for and particularly well protected.
There is in charge of it Maj. H. W.
Richardson, who has hold positions
of honor end tru3t in his State, who
was himself a gallant. Confederate
?o?dierj and who, as everybody who
known him woll knows, is honest in
his privato dealingo, as ha ia in his
public dealings. On the board with
him is Col. D. Augustus Dick? rt, an
honest man and one of the most gal
lant and daring Confc4$rale ?oldiers
that the South prooSje?a.'" Thon
there is Hon. Janies T,..Crows a wor
thy son of "the noblest ' Hornau of
them all," Thomas Bissell Crewtu ono
of God's noblemen; Hon. I. McD. .
Hood, for many yenrs auditor of
Chester county; the lion. H. C. Paul
ling, who lias represented his county
of Calhoun for several termoin thc
?jenerrJ Assembly; end ?ts chairman,,
tho Hon. James G. Long,'who nerved
the county of Union for litany ternis
3?& har Fh;ri!T. Therefore, it will
rend?t; u?> ??&?1 that this iiiKtitvit-.-nri
is Jn the har.dd of good, clean, honest
mon, end they have done and arc do
inc* everything .within their ?power
to give to the old soldiers there all
thc conveniences 'and necessities that
iii? appropriation nts de will provide
for. However, I think there aro men
in that Uoma who should not be there.
1 do not think any. man should b<i
rllowed ther? who draws a penakm j
from his homo county. /?r? at least, j
When he is admitted there tho pension i
f rc-T" .ile homo county- should cesse !
t?.d go to .-ono one who is not in the '
?.c iie I do not think anyone should
bc edmitttd to the hotn?> '-to ohos!
property enough ct homo' to give him
ruppoTfc. I c*o not think any one
....-..ld fc> ndrnittsd to the:homo who!
c 'txi OM ft trade or business which ;
.?. ; ' gi vi :r'*r. ruflicicnt means to oup
p. rt i.5n.?:lf without th? i.id of the1
ioma. tn other words, gentlemen, !
J thin}: ordv thico ohonld be admit- j
to Ibo hor^o who hive no homo;
ek'ftw'h-oio end hove no other support,:
mi V'.-.Q oro entirely ciapendant for al
ilvir...*. Thoi'C myrl t-hosld .bs put in
i''o &>3io ard tho homo should bo
f.ivcn fcVmoy cnom+?x to .take good
rr.-i-cls.rr. cs'rc of them, and the rules
ot the hoiv.o should be strengthened
by Act of tho Legislature so that
those who are there can bo kopt, not
in prison, not under dur?se, but un
A? Winter Goods at ,ittd below
EZLTON FAJIOAIN 5Tf>or
on Soldiers Home
der sufficient restraint to give order
and discipline there. I do not think
it is much credit t othe home or the
inmates for some of them to come on
the fctrcets of Columbia drunk and
having to be carried-or are carried
to police headquarters, and the man
agement of the home notified that
they are there and are asked please to
send for them. Yet when anything
of this kind happens, or any serious
breach of discipline takes place at
the home and the management at
tempts to correct it, they are dragged
into tho court by some one for polit
ical spite, or in order to try to injure
some one politically, and made go
through ^proceedings whfch cost
lawyers' fees and other expenses
which come out of the appropriation
made for the home, thqs depriving
the old soldiers, the inmates, of that
much bf their money.
Now, another thing; I think there
are too many people between thc old
soldier and his appropriation; that
is, I do not think any County Board
ought to receive any pay, or that any
State Board ought to receive any pay,
or that any county or State official
ought to receive any pay for the ser
vices that they render in distributing
the fund for these Veterans. It
ought to be a labor of love, and ev
ery man engaged in it ought to see
that every dollar that is appropria
ted by your body should go direct
to the old soldier, and have no mid
dle or stopping point until it reach
en the??. At th? home ? think the
Commandant and his wife should be
sufficient to manage it and take care
of it, unless possibly it is necessary
for them to have ono or two assis t
an thelpers. I do not think too ma
ny should be employed at the Sol
diers' Pome who are to receive sala
ries, thereby eating up the nppropri
ation before it rcachee the Veterans
for whom it ls intended.
Now. I am not Raviner these things,
gentlemen, by way of criticism of
anybody, and this message is not in
tended to criticise anybody, but only
to call your attention to these mat
ters, as I have, been .requested, to do
by tho committee, end as I called
these matters to their attention.
Take, for instance, the number of
inmates in this. home, and then take
the amount appropriated by your
body, end divide this amount by the
number of inmutes, and see what the
Ero rata anare por man would be if
e were at his own home; then take
your pension law and see what the
pro rata chare in which the veteran
at home is now getting,- and, in my
opinion, you will see an inequality
ths man at home who is strugglir.sr
and trying to make a living by wor'
in entitled to as much ns the msr.
who absolutely gives up and is w'l
ling to go to the Home, sit down ;n
idlene3*j and do. absolutely nothir.;
and let the State support him.
I think I he ve msde myself clsrr
I do net propose lo go on and pay
'jreut eulogy to tho Confederate Vet
eran. That is unnecessary. He
built his own monument by his deeds
:<r.d it te a monument more glorious
thc.n all the brass and granite which
?an be erected from, now until Ga
briel blows his horn End whon they
sholl tar.o vp the sound and call the
soldiers to mest onco agr.in.
One moro thing, gentlemen, and I
am through. Aa you know, I spoek
plainly. I do r.ot"-think any woman
ouffbt to have a pension on tho
ground that sho ls a widow of a Con
iedarnte Veteran, .who has married
that Confederate Veteran for the
purpose cf sharing in his little pen
non and of having her name placed
on the pension rolls after he is gopc.
Th? good womnn who was his wife
during the war, aha suffered the
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o .-iiij.o ...... . v. ?ata, .:.ti-.l ,,?,., M??r-.
played the greatest hcroinm that tho
world has ever known, deserves
everything at your hands that Hat
hoebart deserves.' But the younjr
kroman veh'6 married the old man
after he har! come back from the
war, or tho young woman who baa
since married some old soldier to cet
his property, and has helped mm
waste it, or who has married him, aa
I have just stated, merely to help
shai-e his pension and get. her name
put on tho pension- roll when he is
dead, is not entitled tc a cent, and
ahould not have it, bul th? amount
which she is drawing ahould bo token
from her and given to the Confoder
r.tc soldier or his widow who needs it.
. Of course I do not know what of
fset this mcusags will have. Soma
of you may laugh ttl it. Others of
you may pay absolutely no attention
ta it. But rt esta forth my position
ut j carries out a icquest made of me
?>>. th Wo fpr.tlemen who came here
a a comtrtittea sent by the Cohfed
.rfcta Veteran's Association, undor a
ror.oiulion cdoptod nt their Aiken
rdotftinir. 1 ropoat: Make a sufficient
appropriation to givo ovary t Coaxed
erato Veteran a pension sufficient to
take care of him, to make bim com
fortable, and to make bia last davs
earth pleaaant; but strike mt. cf
nt sela ry lists those
you can do without, and let
the money go direct from thc State
Treasurer into the nanda of th? de
servings Confedera to Veteran, If it
bg . necessary to put an extra tax
to do this, ! do not believe there ia
man in South Carolina who wttl co
plain. But if you put on this o
tux, and continuo to give it to
worthy people, and deprive those
who are entitled to it of it, you will
continue to have dissatisfaction and
Whatever effect this message may
to be my duty to tht Confederate
Veterans, and to obey the request
of their committee. If there is any
thing else that I can do for the Con
federate Veteran, as the son of a
Confederate Veteran myself I aband
ready in my individaul or official ca
pacity to answer any call that he
make upon' me.
(Signed) COLE L. BLE ASE,
Columbia. K. C., Jan. 2, 1914.
State of South Carolina,
Message No. 13.
Gentlemen of the General Assembly:
I have, in my annual messages,
called attention to the fact of white
people teaching negro schools.
I have in my possession some little
matters which 1 think .should be cel
led to your attention along this line,
and I herewith send you copies of
"Port Royal Agricultural School
(Incorporated November 7, 1902),
For the Training of Negro Youth.
J. S. Shanklin, Principal, Beaufort,
(-' Beaufort, S. C.,_.19-_
"Board of Trustees.-W. H. Mc
Leod, President, Seabrook,. S. C.,
Thomas Lee, Vice-President, Frog
more,.. S. C., N. Christensen, Treas
urer, Beaufort, S. C., Mrs. A. H.
Christensen, Secretary, Beaufort, S.'
"References.-Rev. \ Chaises G.
! Ames, Boston, Mass., C. I. Travelli
246 Sumter St., Boston, Mass., Prof.
Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee,
Ala., Dr. Wallace Buttrick, 54 Wil
liams St., N. Y. City/'
X understand that this man, J. S.
Shanklin, the principal, is a negro.
I nm also informed that some of thc
trustees of this school are white peo
ple. I am further informed that the
references which some of these white
trustees give, as printed on this let
ter head, are negroes, notably Booker
T. Washington. I can hardly be
lieve this, however, that white people
would, in South Carolina, give a ne
gro as a refer once, and I think thnt
it js a matter which you should in
veterate, so that, if it is true, it can
be- known that it is not a Stat? insti
tution; and, if it is not uue, that
thcic white people who are being
imposed upon th? way, can protect
themselves from further | ^repre
You will elco find copy of a little
card which has been moiled me.
which I understand was sent around
among tho students of this institu
tion to be sent out to others:
"Do not be ashamed of your raco,
rather be proud to be as tho Lord
made you. Be thankful for your
great gift of Bong, for the fortunate
rnce characteristics of cheerfulness,
patience, optimism and faith, which
with proper education should make
the bc3t race of farmers in thu
I do r.ot know whether there art
-ry white teachers in this school or
.c, but think' it well for you to find
r : l o ha,vc another letter head, the
1 .>':ov/ing of which is a copy:
Hele na Island, South Carolina I
' t^nn Normal Industrial and Agri
-?t'-ji ! t?c-iocl.
'Tn- "J of Trustees.-Hollie B.
rhT>irman, S. G. Morton ,
T >'\ Treasurer; Alfred Collins
Mf.ul?. -A.-ry; Francia R. Cope,
? !.. H el? rn raworth Wood, John.
fhr-.--.?- -.i Kralen, William K. Tate,
(?.rederk-k A, Eustls/ James R. Man
tona'-d. D-.nry Wilder .Foote, iMibs
Lucy Di vi-. Miss Ethel Paine, Miss
rte*3& B Coo^v. Miss Erice Thorp,
Mrs. Paul J. sacha.''
"Advicory lies rd.-Arthur Curtis*
Jamas, George Foster Peabody, Isaac ,
SharolcBE. I/ouis G. Myers, Mrs. W. ,
W. Goodwin, Lt-R. William F. Jenka,
Mro. John A. Jc?T.-l;s, Miss Harriet
"Frogmore p>.-,i office, St. Helena
Island, S. C."
I under^tuiid tbrt. seine of tho
teachers in th-fc tei&c! ?reo white peo- i
plc. I have been ur.&blc to ascertain
Wi.?tiici tun? airi'.ity a whit?
school or whothfcr it i G a robe ed
school, hut I am infirmed that there
are white teachers in th'* ?ehoaL I
notice on the letter head the nemo
"William K. Tate.,, I do not know
whether this is ths sam* man a? W.
K. Tate, State Suoarintor.dsnt of
Elementary Rural Schools, of the
Department of. Education of tho
Stato of South Carolina, or not, but
I think it ia a watter which you
should investirrate; and. If it ?3 a r.j
gro school, I do not think my rr.snl
should' ba allowed to hold this mai-1
tion who is the trustee of such an '
institution. In fsct, I am ot thc
opinion that your Committees on Ed
uce tion. should investigate this Po; !:
Roy21 school arid find out if whites
ard negroes ere ptixed up ur it; t?d
that you should also InvwtiMtc tit ?
S** Ifclona leland schcol and TES if
I whites and neorroes ere rr.is2<i up In
it; and soe from whence these in"'."
tutions ere receiving their sapno'i.
-nd if they arv teaching *oc;?l - - .'
ity, SJCh ?a ia printeJ uoon thia litt;*
c?rd, c<py of which I h*va oifo?:
^r-d. tha^ you ?Iso soo if there are
white mon or, thfre boards pf trus
tee!? end whfct part they are taking
in this teaching of social equality.
I have tried to ascertain this in
formation and havo received some,
nut it is ~?t as definite as I would
like to have before I make sny spe
cial allegations. I make it a, rule
in life, and have always done so-in
private life and in public life-never
co maka any charge unless. \ had
tho proof right with me to substeh
. tinto it. I do not believe in making
, a charge, ard when somaoody deni;
ft, say I will hoyt the proof tower
row; but, when you make the chars
have the proof right then and ther
and never make any charge unlei
iou have got the proof. Therefor
make no charge < against the?
with them, But I want to know
there aro white people running the:
institutions who are Riving negro?
as references, and if those whil
people have white people teachin
in these schools, and if they ai
teaching negro children, and if thc
are teaching them social equality
and, the only way that I know 1
bring it to tie attention of the pe<
pie of the State is by your commi
tees making a proper investitratioi
and if they find the state or fad
contrary to the laws of establishe
custom of this State, that you in
mediately pass some law prohibitin
this manner and form of educatio
in our State.
I have already called your utter
lion to the evils of white poop!
teaching in negro schools, or negr
children. I can now show you
photograph of a school in your Stat
where white men and white wome
are teaching along side by side wit
negroes and negresses. How lon
the legislature of this State propose
to submit to that kind of a thing
do not know, If I had my way a
governor, I would give it twentj
four hours to end, and if it did nc
end, it would not take me very lon
to get backers enough to end it. S<
gentlemen, it is in your hands; th
people of your State have their eye
on you; are we yet to have negr
men marrying white women, an
white men marrying . negro womer
or, are we now, right now, to put u
the red flag and let these peopl
':now that they must stop? I hov
heard of white men being captain
>f ne^ro companies in the Civi! Wai
ind have heard some of our Confec
:ratc veterans say that they tough
such a company at the battle o
Honey HUI. Do any of you, or you
.hildren, want to-be participants i
rho same kind of line-up in years t
?ome? If not, do your part nov
?nd let's win the victory today.
. cry rcipcCuiuny,
(Signed) COLE L. BLE ASE,
Columbia, S. C., Jan. 23d, 1914.
Statement of the condition of
T??E HANK OF T7?LLIAMST0N
located at iVilUamston, S.' at th
lose of business January 13. |BT
Loans and Discounts ....$ 132,163.1
uFrlnture and Fixtures ....?* 1,393.1
Due from Banks oed Bank
er.? .S . 10.306.8
Banking House nv,. 4.438.S
acid ..;. .. ico
Siver and other Minor Coin . 684.2
Checks and Cash Items_ 176.0
Clearing House Assn. ICO 0
Capital f.'och Paid in ....5 40,000.0
Surplus Fund_. 4,000.0
Undivided ProfltVle33 Cur
rents expense ? and Tares
.PAhi . ..... 1.0C4.2
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check. 09,?Cr, C
Demand Certificates of De
posit .,. 8,557.0
Cashier's Checks. ?95:2
Total. $153,5 J?.O
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson, ss.
Before roc came Chris Subcr, cash
1er of thc alovo named bank, whi
being duly .sworn, saya that ho fore
going clatcmeht. is a true conditio]
of said bonk, as shown by the book
af said back.
Sworn to and uubscribed to befor
mo uns 22nd day of January, 1914,
R. W. COLYER.
Notary . Public
II. V. t?. Cnr'.n?.
. B. F. Brown,
Jai. P. Govett,
Found-Bun^h of keys, owner cai
get carno b7 calling at this offle?
identifiyizg nae and paying fo
Senator Cur?mina Fears Bil
May Seem Discriminatory
Washington, Jan. 24.-Al??glng vhs
t*'? Fm tn Lever agricultural exton
r.'on bill dl?cr1minat'?d nv\v* r**f?
of thc north and west In favor o
L e trutn, cenuvor v Ltuui ....
:).-.'. uneed that he intended to intro
r. i . .^.monument . ly <? 'in
t o distribution of $3,000,000 govern
mci f ii ado.
i't.nator Cummins has prop?:*
which show, he asserti
last unie* t'.-o bill -twelve Sout.?c.
?Uttcs. w.U? abcut 62,000,000 we'rth c
(..;.< .di-rt*, will.pet p?s-?ri
40 per cent of tho fu .dnlhweita*
M ??'?.* tent of the fond, while th
twee lo^_ug agricultural auues <
thc nerta, producing over $6.000,00
annually, get only 86 per cent of th
MST OB BtJPPLx* TH?
^*4**y?*frt^^e^4'i 61 . 9 ? ? M >#.
re .. THEIR WOODEN WEDDIM; ..
e, Mr. and 3if*. Hester Celebrate ififtli
ii Mr. .md Mrs. Hm?ry ll. ! lester; lia*)?
Jj? P' y entertained mari:' friend*1 at thc.r
?e celebration of their firth wedding an
g nlverrUry last Wednesday afternoon
? ai.d evening the 21st Mic. R. 9. B.
j? .Martin and Mrs. J. v. "'??.ta reee:v,-J
!? tao J'UO?IB and arranged ihe many
>- beautiful and apropria e pro J 2*. ts
t- siiliet* to the wooden wedding, after
?*3 vir'ch they were served io dviio.OU?
tj mind; by Misse* Em.?y May Hr:ter,
and ( laire Stalworth of Greenwood.
K Mr8. W. J. Tucker registered thc
n nam?? of nil the gue . as they passed
into the dining room,
ic Mies Alice M'cAllstcr. Mxo. James
o Hester, Mrb. O'.iella Hester, and Mrs.
. M. C. Taggart served daintily a two
n course dinner. The room was beauti
h fully decorated with large ferne, nar
K cissus, violets und Southern smilax.
'I The tahlo waa One of exquisite
8 beauty and delight to those present
r- Among tho decorations more notice
>t ble were the large ferns at either
B end of the dining room and the sweet
^ violeta strewn over tho table in a
?3 fairly manner. Tho ancient candle'
.o erick gave a soft and pleasing glow
d maxing altogether a charming picture
J? While at the table enjoying the.
?g good things of the feast. Httlo Mias
e Helen Jaar!..-i and little Bes-cCo Hester
is pinned little souvenirs on ".cae-h
f? suest. The souvenirs were little hat
^ chits lied wiUrtf. L'?tle bow of white
,f ribbon. At intervalo thc band fur
ir nished music for the occasion which
n was much enjoyed. The bride and
* groom. Mr. and Mrs. Hester led the
' following gueits io the dlnjng roca
Mr. und Mrs. rC. J. Tuckur, Mr. and
Mrs. Wi E. Reed, Mr. and Mm. James
Hester, Mra. Glll>ert, of Wilmington,
Mm and Mra. S. C. Riley, Mrs. Pin
aon, of Grconwoc-d, Mrs. LcaVell,
Or? cawood. Dr. sud Mrs. P. IC. Black
Rev and Mr3. S. M. Jonen, Dr. and
M-rs. Joseph KOiks, Mr. Taggart and
ailsa HatUo McCleage, of Greenwood,
i Mr. EHcaburg and M ILS Pinson o?
g Grecnv.'Gcd, Mra. and Mrs. M. E. Gam
8 nrell. Mr. and Mra. J. W. Keon, Mr.
Q Lawrence H03ter, M?as Annie Haw
, throne, Mra. W. J. Manning, Mrs E.
if' M. Lander, Mrs. Marrah, cf Mt. Cet
2 mei, Mrs. Milling, Mia? Wilkinson.
0 ' Misa Ecoudrot, Mr. and Mrs. Snead,
0 end Mrs. Taggart all of Greenwood.
0 MiOB Maud Hester, Mr3. Parker, Miss
7 Pt Hawthron Mra. J. V. Tate. Mra.
& Ellenburg, of Oreen wood. Hellen
- Martin, Callie May Hester, Mina
3 Emily Koater, Miss Claire Stalworth,
?diE? Kt?el Jena, Mr. and Mrn.McAUlo
0 ter, Mar. Paul Cox, MUs Sallie Gos
0 Lett, Cieo Tucker, Misa Vera Martin.
Mr. md Mr-: B, F. Tucker. Mr.
Durch, OU'.o. Ira. Alvan and Evelyn
1 Tuc'-ior. Mr. Wilton Burford and Miss
Douchk? Cady, M-. Henry Manning,
Sl *md Mhn rioreace Black, MiS3 Nettle
Tucker nnd Mr . Pari;* Edward3, Mrs.
6 *.}. M. G?sbp. Mir? H . -F. Healer, Miss
'' .M?mic Tucker, Mlaa Reba Jonca, Mr.
"j leo. Tucker. Mr. Watson of Mt Car
3 ! mai. Mr. E. N-. Tucker, Miss Susie
? Bubo3e. Misa Eula McMahan, Mm.;
I Janicj Heiter, Mra. M. C. Taggart,
''Mian Alice McAHIp.er, Mrs. Othella ?
? i Hester, Mrs. R. S. Martin. !
mi.. Mi_.1^- --__i. nT,j-^?4 V?. )
1UV \ni\?aiWii -.*.., .;?..*.? . .. i
n all present and many good wishes j
8 were expressed for tho nappy and en j
tcrtalnlng bride and groom. May they _
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JOB PRIN'WNG DEPARTMENT
BELTON, :: SO. CAR.
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^f^WER ?SiUTS ??NTED
ff 9 Mk. IN BACH TOW M -?nd 'district, to ri do o nd r x titbit ? sample Latest Model
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riding-, very durable and lined inside with MH^HB
a apeciel Quality of rubber, which never be- ^?HBMVHB^K^KV^^^^^^BVV
?mes po rou a and which cloaca up small NS| .
Ures is ?10.00 per pair, but for advert?alo*parp?se* we !? _Jfi VLT.-S JSI
are making a aperJal factory pHos to the rider of only *kW "^^?Lii?w^L?Swa?!r??
?.-??ee&?eisw- ?c*iit jisuliya *?*BUU??nu Snd wf m strictly ssrcjaeasKKa. .
Bending ns an order aa tao tires may be returned at OUI. xpenae 1 f for any reaao?tbey a? not
Jive to celebrate many more h?ppy
anniversaries and continue tc. t?i&y
?ie blessings ot a peaceful 1..J.
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Thirty ?cfo flow of Cotton on farra or W. H. TolUeca. PJ^w-nt. ft C.. raUed by TJKION OUANO Otf??
* PAKTS Fertilisers Slr. Tolllaoa ls one of tho tt-gn&ar.d of -g,..u?i ca ?tornera ming those Fertilisers. Ante
w.iir 4aal*r ror our goods and accept n ooubr.tHuA
i ' t\ better Fertiliser will trnAu^.J?^S^I^ -p?tftV KnAXns" h*v* demonstrated to many of .the. Isa?
t gest planters In your own county their uupcrlur' 'crop produch.a" qualities. Ask the man who use? tLsaa. ^
> For Sale by
t I r?ndgsas & Bagsdale, PeUtr. llaidrS?i?I^Stfto Piedmont. Belton Mercantile Ca, Bolte*.
; ! Itenoett Mercantile Co, Kesley. Victor Idereantilc Co, If fJlramsto*. E?p?re Mercantile Co, Wfflianufe*.
? i P. P .Co?, Greenville. J. B. Doothif, Sa&dy Spring*.
y i and many other dealers In Anderson, Greenville and Pleiteos counties. For further Information writ* oat.
* 1 raacataUv* U Anderson, Kr. K. C Barris? or address UNION GUANO COMPANY, Wtoatott-Sala?. ?4. tt _?