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WORKING NOW AT
JSiiildiug a Towu in a Sa
THE DAM AND (ANAL.
Whero the Buildings will
Miikiiitr Brlyh mid Sawing Lumber?A
store Already Opou of Which Mr.
Uroadii8 Itoper is In Charge.
Tho wilderness surrounding the cab*
uraet known us Wuro Shoals on tho
Buludu 1 liver in the Western part of
tiiis county is rapidly being converted
into a town by tho Ware Shoals Manu
facturing Company, of which N. B.
Dial, of this city, is president. As
already announced the Company is pro*
p: log to build a half million dollar
Tho contract for tho dam has been
lot to Snyder*, Oates & Co., of North
Carolina. " y will have 300 mon, who
ure now ai. . ing, at work in a fow
days. The dam will be located noar
Kaysor's mill site and will bo con
structed of stone and ccmont. It will
be 21 feet broad at tho base and 20 feet
high. It will be equipped with gates,
so that the filling of tho dam with silt
and sand will be avoided. Tho canal
leading from the dam to the power
house where tho electric dynamos
will be installed will be half a mile
long and 85 feet* wide. Botween tho
dam and tho power-house midway the
river will be bridged. The water fall
at the power will be 46 feet high.
The minimum power to be developed
will be 3000 h. p. This means that at
no time does the natural How of the
river yle'd a smaller power than this
and only six days in the year does it
reach that mini mum. To say that there
will really be available 5000 h. p. with
the dam under construction would bo a
conservative estimate but tho engin
eers prefer to take tho minimun figures
in estimating. When the river is high,
the power will of course be even great
The coi on mill will be located at a
lH)int near the bridge and midway be
tween the dam and power-bouse on the
Greonwood side and not more than one
quarter of a mile from the river. It
will be equipped to manufacture a lino
class of goods.
The company will construct improved
roads leading from the mill in two di
rections on tho Laurons sido of the
river and also a road connecting with
tho main highways on tbe Greenwood
J. W. Fowler, of this city, is now at
the Shoals making brick for the com-"
pany at the rate of 25,000 a day. Three
saw mills are getting out lumber. The
company owns 1,300 acres, 1,100 on the
Greenwood side and 200 on the Lau
rens side and much of this is wooded.
Thero is on the property an abundance
of sand, granite and brick clay.
A railroad spur will be built between
tho Southern Railway at Donalds and
tho mill in all likelihood at an early
day. Ten houses have been about com
pleted at tbe mill site and others arc
under construction. A store has
already been opened by the Company,
of which Broadus Roper, of this city,
is in charge.
Many of the farmers living in the
neighborhood have taken shares and
they are delighted with tho prospect of
the completion of tbe mill at an early
Messrs. N. A. Craig, a progressive
hardware merchant of Greonwood, and
J. M. Huntor, tho kind and efficient
clerk for R. P. Milam & Co., visited
their former homes last Sabbath.
Miss Lldle Blakely, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives at Ora. She is ac
companied by her friend Miss Burk
Mr. Joshua Craig, a most progre6ivo
farmer of Tylorsville, visited his rela
tives hero roeontly.
Miss Jennlo Llnd Moffatt, a most
charming and beautiful young lady
from Duo West, is visiting at tbo par
Ml8?os Hollo Craig, Liz/.le Craig and
Nannie Thompson havo been shopping
at Laurons this week.
Mr. D. M. McCHntock has entered
Erakine College as a promising Fresh
Miss Euphemia Thompson is a stu*
dent in tho Due West Female College.
Miss Maggio Haddon has returned
after a moat pleasant visit to relatives
at Donalds and Due West.
Tbe Ora High School is progressing
nicely under tho management of Miss
Martin. Everything bids fair for a
most promising year.
Mr. Austin Bramlett, of Laurent1, is
out visiting relatives.
Mr. W. T. Blakely, one of our most
enorgetic merchants, is adding to his
storage capacity by erecting a new
ware house. Mr. Blskely has a nice
Miss Bessie Byrd is attending the
Troy high sohool.
Mr. Andorson Ferguson has accepted
a position at Spartanburg
Rev. Hudson, a former missionary to
Ohtna, delivered a very interesting lec
ture in tho Presbyterian ohuroh last
Monday. J. Y.
AMERICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIES
liook with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotohes, Sores, Pimples. They don't
have them, nor will any one who uses
Buoklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies
the face. Eczema or Salt Rheum van*
lsh before It. It cures sore lips, chap
ped bands, chilblain?. Infallible for
Piles. 25 cents at Laurons Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
For Rent?Store room, 80 x 100 feet
In Todd block. See
Da. T. K. Tood.
AMONG OUR FRIENDS. 1
Hon. M. F. Ansel, of Greenville,
was in tho city last Thursday.
Miss Tullulah Calno has ootored iho
College for Women. Uiehmond.
Cadet Will Riehey ha. returned to
Mr. Iiaskell Dial has entorod the
Mr. G. B. Andersou, of Kock Hill,
was in the olty last week.
Mr. Tully Babb was in town last
Mr. A. M. Aiken, of Greenwood, has
been visiting her son, Dr. Hugh K.
General Waltor Gray, Woll known
bore, was elected magistrate In a third
primary held In Greenville last week.
Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Newborry, ar
rived in town last week to visit Mrs. 0.
Mrs. Guoss, of Denmark and Miss
Mitchell, of Batesburg, aro visiting
Mrs. N. B. Dial.
Misses Nolllo Bolt and Willou Gray
havo returned to tho Methodist Col
Mr. Gibbon Traynham has entered
the law class of the South Carolina Col
Wanted at Clinton.
A correspondent and agont at Clinton
is wanted by Tino Advertiser.
VISITS HER OLD HOME.
Mrs. MiBor in Abbovlllo After Thirty
The Abbeville Press und Banner of
last weok says:
"Mrs. Miller, widow of Col. G. MoD.
Miller, is in town on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs A. B Coohran. Mrs.
Miller's homo is now in the city of Lau
rens. Thirty ; .vi s ago Coi. Miller and
his family moved from Abbeville.
"Mrs. Miller was pleased at our pro
gress and is greatly impressed by tho
growth of tho town. On her return she
was forcibly reminded of the many
ehangos that have taken place since
sho left us. Whon sho was hero tho
negroes held full sway over the politi
cal interests of the town, the county
and the State
"We had no 8. A. L. railroad and no
Railroad shops. Neither did we have
a cotton mill, an oil mi 1, water works,
eleetfie lights, telephone, a roller mill,
or a steam ginnery. Wo then had no
"New streets have been laid out, and
hundreds of houses have been built.?
Our population has increased from 1700
to more than 4,000. Five new and ele
gant ehurehes havo been built"''
DOES ADVERTISING PAY!
Tho Answer of Successful Men and
The more successful and money-mak
ing business men the world over say
that it does.
What is the most successful town in
What town uses most advertising
See the Atlanta newspapers.
What town in South Carolina is look
ed upon as tho most thriving,
Woll, Spartanburg has two dailies
and four weeklies all doing well.
If advertising docs not pay, then a
vast number of fools and lunatics live
in this country. For those who adver
tise in the nowspapors would be wast
ing many hundreds of millions each
Advertising alone won't make a mer
chant rich. But it helps.
If there aro any in these parts who
say that their businoss is not growing,
that it is no better now than when the
town was a little village- do thoy ad
Do thoy spend a dollar or anything to
"keep up with tho procession?"
Meanwhile if any Laurens merchant
is making ten thousand dollars a year
without advertising, perhaps ho had
best let it alone.
MR. L AT IM ER TO M0YE1
Report that lie Will Make His Resi
dence in Spartanburg.
A writer to the Spartanburg Horald
"It is very likely that Scnalor-oloct
Asbury O. Latlmer will move to our
city before many montho. * Sonator
Latimor should bo walmly welcomed.
He will make a valuable citizen. Ho
already owns property here. It was
here ho educated his daughter and also
bis son. Mr. Latlmer has many rela
tives In our section, and a groat many
warm friends Spartanburg deservos
a Senator, and now is our real chance.
Besides Spartanburg did hotter for him
than Bolton._G. A. S."
Mr. Jno. S. Bird, of Charleston, vis
ited Mr. C. L. Fuller last weok.
Mrs. P. C. Forgartle, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives in town.
Sparks from a passing freight train
set fire to tho cotton platform last Wed
nesday night about 2 o'clock. Two
bales were burned ontlroly and two
others partly burnt. But for Mr. Sam
Rasor having been awake just at that
time soventy-llvo bales would havo boon
Miss Iluth Crisp will loavo In a fow
days for Chicora Colloge, Greenville.
Mrs. J. H. Motes, accompanied Mrs.
Marshall to her now home at Easloy
Rev., J. T. Butler, Missionary from
Centra. America, conducted ? serlos of
services in the Baptist Church Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. G. D. Tillman has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. Dr. A. R. Fuller.
I will exchange buggies and wagons
for horses and mules and invite In
quiries, P. H. COUNTS.
September 10th 1002? tf.
For Rkmt?Two nloe large double
offices. See Dr. Dial.
HOW TO CURE
ltcply to a (Jucsi ic a of a
UfcE "UOHSE SENSE."
What an Exchange Offers
Patience Suggested Itathor Hum'Vio
lence Bribe (he Animal ? Uli Lumps
of Sugar Oilier Pinns Presented. ,
A Sullivan Township reader asks how
a horse may bo cured of balking. The
average reader will say ''kill him" but
a Chicago paper take another view:
An expert states that the vlco of
balking in horses is almost invariably
caused by improper breaking ami han
dling of the animal while young, says
the Chicago Chronicle.
It is only high strung and ill tem
pered horses that balk, and these nie
handled with more success by humor
ing and patience than by severe meas
ures, which generally make matters
worse. It is almost Impossible to fol
low rules in a case of this sort. What
will succeed In one case is useless In
another, so that a driver must exer
cise good judgment?"horse sense"?in
handling n caso.
A very good treatment is to watch
the animal closely in places where it
Mould bo likely to balk, and with the
first sign of stopping the driver should
say "Whoa," then get off and loosen
or pretend to change the harness in
some way; also take up n foot and tap
the shoo with a stone. Spend a few
moments leisurely In this way, and In
nine cases out of ten the animal will
forget Its Inclination to balk and will
go on at the lirst bidding. It is nlso
well to give a lump of sugar or a
handful of oats or an apple. This will
always produce better results thau se
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IN THE CHURCHES.
tfjk ? ?, < w> ??> ?> *> Ol Ol Oji O* Oj ?L> Ok Oj *> V *,V 3,C
Eirst Presbyterian Church, Rev,
Hobt. Adams, Pastor, services at 11 a.
mi and 8:15 p. m., oach Sabbath. All
Sunday School, C. W. Tune, Super
intendaut, Sunday Morning at 10 a. m.
Todd Memorial Presbyterian Church,
Hast End,-Pastor. Proach
Ulg in Factory Hull every
Lanford, Baptist preaching 11 a. m.
Second Sundays by Rev, 10. C. Watson:
Proaohing at Cedar Shoal Church on
same day at 3 o'clock p. in.
Padgett's Creek, Baptist preaching
at 11 a. in. on Third Sundays by E. C.
Appointments i-'ok Nouth Lauhions
Trinty, First Sunday, at 11 o'clock,
Trinity, Third Sunday, at 3:30
o'clock, p. in.
Shiloh, First Sunday, at 3:30 o'clock,
Shiloh, Third Sunday, at 11 o'clock,
Dials, Second Sunday, at 11 o'clock,
Dials, Fourth Sunday, at3:3(> o'clock,
Oraycourt, -d Sunday at 3.30 o'clock,
Oraycourt, 4th Sunday at 11 o'clock
Sunday Schools at each appointment
one hour before preaching.
Prayer meeting Thursday nights at
Graycourt, at 8 o'clock. All are alike
invited to attend these services, for it
is here, us it is in Heaven, "the rich
and the poor meet together."
J. K. McCain,
Langston's Church, Haptlst, preach
ing 11 a. m., Fourth Sundays, and Sat
urday before, by Rev. E. C. Watson.
Ilurrioano Church, Baptist, preach
ing 11 a. m*| First Sundays and on Sat
urday before by Rev. E. 0, Watson.
Dorroh Presbyterian church, Gray
Court, S. C., T. B. Cr?ig, pastor.
Preaching on 1st Sunday at 11 a. m.
3rd Sunday 1 p. m.
Sabbath School on 1st and 2nd Sun
days at 10 a m,| and on 3rd and Ith
Sundays at 3 p. m.
T. T. Peden, Supt.
ARE ORE AT DIVERS.
Hawaiian* Can Live Long Under the
The working crews of the Hawaiian
Islands were quartered in suitable
camps near their held of labor. They
were natives, good fellows, willing
workers, admirably adapted to tbo
duty required or them, which was
largely in boats and in the water. I
well remember one who excelled in
diving. On a certain occosion, when
the placing of a deep water mooring
had Just been occompllshed. it beenmo
necessary to detach under water tbo
end of a hawser, which had hern made
fust to the submerged part of a spar
buoy about forty or fifty feet below
the surface of the sea. Tho man was
told to take his shenth knlfo down
with him and cut the hawser as near
its end as he could, so as to lose ns
little as possible of the valuable coble.
Taking his knife In his teeth, ho dis
appeared beneath the woter and re
mained out of sight so long that he
was almost given up for lost, whep
he suddenly reappeared, and on being
asked If ho had cut the hawser as ho
had boon told to reported that he had
unbont It without cutting off any part
of it whatever.?James I). Hague in
John Sulllvan.a prominent farmor of
Laurens county, was In the city yester
day. Be has entered a daughter as a
studont in Chlcora college and a 6on In
Loans on Real Estate
For a series of years at 8 per cent;
straight Interest; negotiated. Basis,
what land is assessed for taxation.?
Ferguson <ffc Fkat?ibrstonb.
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On-Kurani wuci uOnifvZn po? ****** n mmmm ?? aVav?j
I NEW ONION SETS. I
^ Our Fall supply of Red and;;:
:;jWhite sets now ready. Also?
^Crimson Clover. ?I<
? Tho Laurens Drug Co.&
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TKI BUTE OE RESPECT.
Resolutions adopted by the Woman's
Foreign Missionary Society and Sunday
Sohool at Patterson's Chapel, September
Since, in the course of human events,
God has allowed the last oi' all enemies,
Death, to enter our midst and take from
us ouo of our purest, best beloved sisters,
Mrs. Nannik FLEMING, and aioco wc
as a Sunday School wish to express to
her sorrowing husband and children our
deepest sympathy. Therefore, bo it?
Resolved, 1. That although wo sor
row for the loss of our dear friend, yet
wo do not question tho goodness of the
Father whom she loved, in her removal
from us to the regions of tho Great Be
yond, where- her bright spirit will be
forever with the Lord.
2d. That wo assuro her loved ones that
wc sorrow with them, for wo loved her
too; and wo shall always remember her
as a noble-minded, pure-spirited Christian,
who constantly set us a good example by
her irreproachable conduct, fidelity to her
work and punctuality in coming to God's
houso even to (lie last.
!ld. That as a Missionary Society we
have lost ono of our most devout, pray
erful members. There is a vacant seat
which will ever remind us that ono who
loved the oausc of Christ is gono. Wc
pledge ourselves anew to tho work she
loved, and hold her memory as a sacred
legaoy which wo will cherish as wc labor
4th. That a copy of theso resolutions
bo sent her family, and the county papers
requested to publish then.
W. P. Patterson,
Mrs. L. N. Cooloy,
" T. 11. DeShiclds,
" C. L, Waldrop,
" M. CJ. Patterson.
O? T OF DEATH'S JAWS.
'?When death seemed very near from
a severo stomach and liver troublo.that
I had suffored with for year.," writes
P. Muse, Durham, N. 0., "Dr. King's
New Lifo Pills saved my lifo and gave
porfect hoath." Best on earth and
only 25 conts at Laurcus Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Something New?Four framo rovor
sablo Brussell Hugs In all tho latost
shades and sizes as large as 0 by 12
fcot, with solid cpntors or figured- Wo
aro offering thorn romarkahln ohoap
considering tho quality, it will bp a
pleasure to show thorn.
S. M. & B, II. Wilkos.
GLENN SPRINGS WATER
Best Remedy for Stomach trouble*.
For salo by Laurens Drug Co., Pal
metto Drug Co., Dr. B. F. Posey, W.
W. Dodson and J. S. Bennett.
Dr. W, II, DIAL,
No. 110 w. Main St.
Special Attention Given Women
Office hours In the city from 10 a. no.
to 4 p. m. 'Phone?Residence No. 44;
Office No. 80. <
Apparent Contradiction in
IS a tu re.
Roots Not Able to do Their
Sonic ritcuoinoun Observable Alter
Transplanting- anil (ho Reasons
Therefore Worin Knowing.
Certain kinds of trees frequently re
main dormant all summer, following
spring transplanting. To all appear
ances they are dead, and they are au
eyesore to the owner till removed.
Tho writer of this has seen wistari
as, horse chestnuts, ashes nud tulip
trees remain perfectly dormant nil
summer and como put safely Into leaf
the following spring. It seems contra
ry to nature that trees should live
without tiio leaves, which we learn
are their lun^s and essential for evap
oration and assimilation of food iu the
Explanation of this peculiar ai t ion
Is had by studying for a moment the
conditions that probably exist. The
roots of BUClt frees have been tlis
turned and their feeding powers sud
denly checked. They are called upon
to support the tops as formerly, yet
their opportunity for tho time being Is
gone. A struggle Is going on. The tops
make a feeble effort to put forth huds
ami draw on tho roots for nourishment
with poor BUCCC8S. The roots yield of
their stored food, but are too weak or
are not In a position to make now
feeding libers. If the tops have not
been pruned, tho drain Is so much the
greater. Whcro leaves put forth,tran
spiration would bo more than thotrocs
could stand, and they would gradual*
ly die away.?Median's Monthly.
OASTO 3=L I.A. ?
Boars tho 1 lrJ ^ VOU llavo Alrta/S BuU;<l.l
or parsonage or institution support
ed by voluntary contribution will be
given a liberal quantity of th;j Long
man & Martine/ l'aln'.s whenever
NOTES.?This has been our oufttom
for twenty-seven years; any building
not satisfactorily painted, will ho re
painted at our expense; about one gal
lon of Linseed Oil 10 bo added to every
gallon of gallon of paint to make ready
for use: ii's mixed In two in nutes, and
cost of the paint thereby made less in
price than any other, Yearly product
ovcrone million gal'ons.
Longman ?V Martine/..
Solo Agents W. L lloyd, Laurons, H.
C.;J. C. Hutchinson, Cross Hill, S. C.
THE WEELITTLES (N SEVILLE.
FIND THE BEAUTY OF SEVILLE,
Answer to last week's pu/.'/.lo. Cockney may bo seen at bottom of door
way In right band lower corner.
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Atlantic Coast Line.
Florida, J? Cuba,
Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Dining Cars be
tween New York and Tampa, Florida.
fci BUY A. C. L. Interchangeable Mileage Hooks, Good
over 18 Leading I lines, aggregating 13,000 miles. Cost $25.00
per 1,000 miles. For sale at alPGoupon Agencies.
For Maps, Rates, Schedules, or any information,
W. J. CRA1G,
General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
?s ,'T\ 7V\ /?\ /Ts Ts^Ts^s/V\ /f\/?S ,/i\/?s/?s.
COTTON MILL STOCKS.
Prices Quoted by Alester Q? Furman,
Broker, Greenville, S. C, Sept. 10.
Bid I A*kcd
Abbeville Cotton Mill. 7f> 53
Arkwrlght Mills. 1224
Helton Mills. 101
Clinton M'f'g Co., . 122 -
Darlington MTg Co.,. ST ?!'
Kuoreo M'f'tr Co.,. i<2 _
Greenwood Cotton Mill,. 102)
Qrondel Mill. 100 102
LiurenB Cotton Mi 1-. 101 165
Nowberry Cotton Mills,.. 110 _
Paeolet MTg Co. 198
Reedy River,. luo
I'nion COttOU Mill-, . 148 _
R. 11. Woloh.
A. C. Todd.
Johiistone, Welch ,V Todd,
Will Practice in all Courts, Stato,and
Federal. OIllCO, Law Hange.
La u k en s , s. c.
\V. u. en1cjut.
u.e. i ja hu.
KNIUUT & JiAKH,
At Ionic ys at Law.
C-iT Will practice In all the Stato and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
business Intrusted to them
OHice up stair.*. Simmons' Hulldlng.
Wo will lot to the lowest responsible
bidder tbo building of the approaches
to the lion Bridge, over Saluda river,
at or near Uoj'd's old mill place 00
Wednesday, the 8 h day of October
1002 at 11 o'el ek A. M.
J. ^. DUUMMOND,
Supervisor L. C.'
September (Ith 1002.
Ten Cents Cotton.
Wo are prepared to take oare of a
quantity of cotton on storage, and ad
vance, money OO sain ?. Now is tho
time to store your cotton for a profit.
Don't soli too fast, or it will give out
j. Wade Anderson,
Grn President and Manager.
oitxlr of opium, co
aaluo vr wlilskoy, ft
larga book <>f par
ticulars on home or
ment. A'hlrons, 1J.
M. wool.1.1.1 CO.,
On improved farms. Long time.
Busy payments. Small cost. No com
mission. Apply to
C. I). HAU'KSDaIjE, Atty ,
I .aureus, S. C.
Juue 24th, 11)02 .Im.
A NEW LAW I I KM.
The undorslgnod have this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law In ibe Courts of this.State, under
tho name ot Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusl ed to them.
Pv. A. COOPER.
Dorr t Yocl
l^eed fl rjice Coticrj
for the Parlor if so we can show
you a beautiful Hue and pricesare
very low for guaranteed goods.
Or Possibly It's
A Good Mattress!
If so you can find all the best
makes in our stock.
As to Sideboards
Our line is the best in upper Carolina and
prices guaranteed the lowest.
Freight paid on bills of $10.00 or over.
NEW F?LL GOODS.
Tbo latest product of tho looms Is always looked for with intoroit as to
what will ho tho leading fabric and Shado for the Season. In our search
through the Northorn markots wo afton asked this quostion, but thoopinions
wore so conflicting that nothing dellnito could bo ascertained.
Whllo all tho Departments In tho linos of Goods wo handle are well rep
resented in Standard Brands we have only spaco here to mention the Dress
Goods more ospeoially the fabrics in Black. Jn solooting these goods there
aro many poir.es to be consldorod Fibre, Woavo, Dye and~Flnish, and last
but not least the price.
Wc open a 8fJ) inch Black Honrlcttn, fine twill, perfect dye, and finish
at 2q cts. a yard tho hit-host grade runs up to MI .."?(> per yard.
Then comos tho Pebble, this Is a fabric of uneven surface but the threads
aro so twisted in tho woavo Is destined for a good wearer.
Serges of Smooth clean twill from 25 cts. to $1.00 per yard.
Then comes tho more rugged finish such as Choviots and Storm Sorgo
where tho manufacturer has a viow to durability.
Dame Fashion has not yot discarded tho Melrose and Armine, those aro
cloths of similar woavo, tho surface almost as smooth as a tlno French
Tho wido Broad Cloths and tho more distinct twills, the Vonoteans will
hold their place this season.
We have opened a lino of Satln-flnished Jacquards, these are showy
goods. Prices range from 3Scts to Hoetn.
Hore also is a GO inch All-Wool Suiting at ?ftets a yard.
Many of the above makes aro duplicated in colors. Special value also in
the leading weaves in Black Silk at
If he is a paint salesman in
ihi outli anil must stand be
tween his house and the custom
er who buys ordinary paint and
expects it to stand our long, hot
summers without turning into
dust or scaling oil'.
There's only one Make of Paint
Which can and will stand the Test!
The-mime of that "make" is OURS,
The name of that "Brand" is on:.
O'Connok & ScnwKiiRs Pkkparrd Paints.
ifaT One gallon will cover from 276 to 350 square feet two coats. Side by
side, and compared with the highest priced and bosi Paint < .>"i< <-;ui Und. This
brand will last from two to ten times as Ion ;. Wo have made ill those tesl
That's the reason we don't feel uneasy when we suy "Guaranteed.''
Color Card and prices await your demand.
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.
Olllce and Salesroom 841 Broad, St. .
Factory 844and 840 Reynolds, St. . All^llSilU Oh,