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William Jennings Bryan while on n
lecturing.tour there a few days since,
that we 'would hardly believe did it
come from anyone lees known to us
than The Index and its editor.
We have no intention of reflecting
upon Mr. Bryan, and we do not care to
enter into any discussion relative to
him. It haB gotten to the point in
this country where the subject of
Bryan is like the subject of church
creeds. It 1B a matter on which peo
ple v.ro) so prejudiced one way or tho
other and so hopelessly divided that
reason br logic doesn't play any great
part in* a discussion thereon, and ar
gument one way or the other descends
to dogmatism. But we are reprint
ing what Tho Index Bays because it
is news, and because it convinces us
of one thing wo have always believed,
and that is that despite his greatness
and his goodness Mr. Bryan some
times strikes UB OB very narrow, and
very small, or rather so acts that one
would bo led to believe that such was
The Index, cue bi the fairest mind
ed and most conservative papers in
the land, says this concerning an act
of Mr. Bryan during the Great Com
moner's visit to that town last week:
While Col. W. J. Bryan, who
lectured hero last Friday at fifty
cents per, was at the Oregon
Hotel with his escort, he asked
how many newspapers there were
here. He was told there were
two. He handed out twb copies
of his address he is delivering for
a fluctuating compensation, one
for each newspaper. Just after
he did so a special delivery let
ter was handed him. Ho opened
it and found in it a clipping from
The Index of lust week referring
to an editorial in thc Newberry
Obaorver which called attention
to the fallacy and _ fatuousness
of tho Colonel's attack on the Ad
ministration's policy! of National
defense. This letter -was not sent
by The Indox or by anyone con
nected with the paper. Tho Colo- .
nel, however, ofter reading tho
clipping, asked his escort to hand
hun back one of the copies of his i
address, "Don't give that fellow
The Index feels no loss what
ever. It could not possibly pub
lish the Colonel's address. In full
and would not have attempted it
evan If the Colonel had.given us u
Tho only reason we mention It
now is for the opportunity to say
?hat ho ono connected " with the.
paper sent tho Colonel the clip
ping. We bad no idea who thought
it would. be worth the Colonel's
. while to read It, though we have
since learned that It was sent by
a gentleman' of thia town' who
though fully awaretpf . the- Algty
standing of Mr. Bryan, as does
The Index, doe? not agree with
him in his effort to discredit the
efforts of President Wilson to put
this country in an efficient state
of preparedness against a- ' for
eign too. '
Anyway, Mr. Bryan read tho
. clipping and decided after read
ing it that he would punish'The
Index by not letting It'have a copy
of the address delivered in Mag
nolia Street dchool auditorium
1 and which cost this community
something" over two hundred dol
lars. . ; .
Yesterday; The'. Iudex received
-a Copy of The Commoner, Col;
' Bryan's weekly paper and though
the wrapper woe marked, "Mark
ed Copy," /uthlng marked wa?
found inside. Wo will reclpro*
cate with a copy of this issue of
The Index. Incidentally, it may
not be amiss to remind Col Bryah
. thatohis first appearance is Green
wood in. 1897 was due to the ef
forts of the founder and first edi-,
tor of The Index, the late Capt
W. G. Cbateq^ j :
The Colonel is raking in about
three hundred doliera a day, sis
days in the week now- It will gc
far towards making-up for th?
lona of any aalnry h>> OVW h av,
. received in the past but vMkh hi
1B now deprived of ge?t?ng mi
will make possible a number .' ol
permanent improvc-raents in.'. "th?
. Miami winter home and o? th?
Texas farm Ot some several thou
Col. Bryan ls wrong, absolute^
wrong lu this matter. Ho ls mak
lng had. mattara worso' since hi
resignation from the Cabinet. Bu
he ought to be too big a man ti
'$S??g} show petulance at a small news
. paper, two'of them in, fact'as. wi
wore ?commending tho Newberr,
-',U. lu uunmiaM Ma_itMaiMMS.imwwiiiia>?aiNiaii imia- i t<m ??
Observer, which have ventured to
say that he ls wrong.
A close observer who heard . <
tho Colonel's lecture here- said
that the orator dosciibed the |
cause of the fire . correctly, de- J
scribed the fire eloquently and j
most vividly and then said in ef
fect, "Don't mind about such a
Aro in this country. No need to
look out for water, it will never
come this way." But tho Colonel
sometimes slips up In his predic
tions. Wo did not go to tho bow
wows when his slxtccn-to-ono
money failed nor did we go to
smash as ho said wc would when
we failed to*take over all tho rall- .
roads In the country and run them |
with government employees, to I
enumerate no others.
Mr. Bryan may not bo "small," but
bis action with. r?f?ren?a to the clip-'
ping from The Index ls tho act of a
"small" man. It was retaliation for
an advers? crltctsm by a free press.
It was moro than that-it was spite
work. Mr. Bryan, wo believe, preaches
the doctrine of the brotherhood of
man, PEACE and the "turning Of tho
left cheek to him that smlteB yon on
the right, "etc. Was ho practicing his
preaching in thiB instance?
The Owl Drug company of this city]
has secured the agency for tho dis
tribution of antitoxin for dyptherial
and typhoid fever, which ls freo to j
those who oro unable to pay for it.
In order to get the former a blank haB
to bc made out by a physician.
. ? ? , o
"I had the- best attendance at tho
Anderson yesterday afternoon and last
night that I have had since Septem
ber," stated Mr. J. J; Trowbridge last
night. "That Za Za picture was one
of the best I have ever had and it
drew the people. Tomorrow and .night
I will have a Paramount production
entitled 'Carmen,' the most coBtly pic
ture ever produced by the Paramount I
people. "When -shown ia New York]
tho seats sold at $1.00 each. I con
sider it fortunate to get the picture.
Tho admission will be 15 cents to
adults and 5 cents to children. The
picture is given under .the auspices
of Grace Episcopal church."'
Mr. Trowbridge stated that on Sat
urday he would have (Charlie Cbaplin]
in '.'Caught in a Cabaret."
Quite a number of Anderson poo- [
pie went to . Greenville yesterday af-1
ternoon to witness the Wofford-Pur
man football game, among them be
ing Messrs. Julian Clinkscales, A. H.]
Dagnail, Leon Rice and Padgett. Fur- j
man won by a score of 25 to 0.
"While coming down on the-train
from Knoxville thia morning I met a
Mr: Samuel E. Linton from . Sioux
Falls, 3. D.,'* . Btaicu mXi FuiiuSS
Smith last night, "and this man told;
me that he knew ah Ed Clinkscales
"who was "formerly a resident of An-,
derson or the eounty. This fellow
Cllnkscalea now Byes at Sioux Falls
and is in rather bad circumstances so
this gentleman told me. He had been
working out there, in a. quarry and was
burt when a boulder fell on him; He
sued the company and. received a vcr-'
diet of $2,500, If this man has any
relatives In Anderson county they had
better get bim to move back home If
they can for . Mr. Linton stated that it
would not be long before tho. "sharks"
out there had ali : of i bis money, vit
was stated that Clinkscales' Is unable
to do any moro work."
Tt-!'\. B. C. company Is gutting on
good/shows at the Palmetto thia week
ano the attendance ia good. This. \B
ono of tho -beat companys that has
over appeared nt this popular play
Dr. Suggs and little Mao (meaning
Clem McGee) -were among tho Ander-1,
son sportsmen yesterday who- went
out for a day's hunt and tramp, most
ly the latter. These two huntsmen
started early yesterday morning be
fore sunup, and went down on Wil
son's Creek near Iva. Their dreams I
on Wednesday night were of . quail
and rabbits aplenty, dead ones killed i
by guns in their hands., but alas, tpelr
droams last night were of walks over
hills and valleys, and not of quail and
rabbits, because they return*^ to tho
city lato yesterday afternoon with thc
record of not having killed a single
tiling except limo. Some of the boyB
think they did bill a rabbit but lt is
understood that this was bought from
an old darkey.
Something Is All Wrong! f \
lu toe December issue of tho W->m- ,
an'? Homo Companion two wrt?ra .
show 'J:e curious coatrast of viewpoint !
on marriage held by modern youug I
imen and women. Several youn;-, '
men w?ro asked why they avoided j
matrimony, and one, whose engage- :
ment had been brokn, made tho fol- ;
lowing comment on the .up-to-date,
girl:/ - . ?
"I want Just a common, gorden va-<
ricty or wife, like my father married. ?
TLoro caa't bo Iwo business careers
under one roof. I'm willing to work
like two if Bhe'll drop hers. And,
lot me toll you. when I'm I?:? head j
of a big automobile concern, I'll issue
a ukase-no girls employed in any i
branch of tho plant. That's what I ;
think of matrimony for the business
girl. Business warps her view on the
home, tho husband and babies. She
thinks she wants all three of them,
and she does; but her salary, her fl- ,'
nanclal independence, tho habit of j
earning have a stronger.hold on her. j
My stars, what a bunch of tight-wads
and tyrants our male ancestors must
have been1" / ,'j
In striking contrast to this view i? i
"tP-.tat of tho young heroine of "The II?E- I
"Shall I mako tho soap, o? knit >
Mortlmore's stockings? Or do you 1
want me to writ on tho tablo, and pitt ?
Piora out of a Jpb? No; where neopte ?
havb any money at all, "home duties." ?
as far as girls are concerned, are ,
played out. Machinery is th*> cuckoo ?
that has pushed women out of the .
nest of domesticity. That's aot origi
nal Willeme." sho added, honestly, 'but
it's true. I haven't anything to <'/> ot
home, so I've got to do something out
. " 1 v'.'ifacklne Guns.
An American military expert sug
gests that "the Infantryman of' the
future may be a man with a machine
gun, a lot of hand grenades and a
short-hlndcd Sword, like that carried
by the "ancient Roman soldiers."
It doesn't seem a very fanciful pic
ture, either, to anybody who carefully
follows tlhe shifting tactics-of the war.
The riCle .lnia.lout.ita prestige. It is
no longer the Indispensable weapon ',
ot the infantryman. If isn't always!
effective even ia a charge, for we read ]
nowadays of soldiers leaving their;
guns behind them In tho trenches
end charging only 'with band gren
ades. It is of little use tor defense
for one machine gun ls worth as much
in repelling an attack as a li und red
rlflea. The bayonet hasn't lost. Its
usefulness, but even that is being
replaced, In ? tho French army, by . a
knife or short-bladed sword.
. The machine gun ls. coming, to be
the arm of the infantry. The Ger
mans, who. have made best use of it,
have perfected a typo so smajl. and
light that one man can carry it on ivis
back,-and can operate it alone whop
he sets lt down.
lt T&o tendency ie carried to its
logical compl?Uenr and eve ry-- ac cr
is armed wi mt chance will any man
have, for his life against any other
man? Imagin? every citizen In this
town Stunting his neighbor with a-Gat
ling gun, with dynamite shells burst
ing,'^ ell around. That's .what war
seems to be - coming to.-Augusta '
Phw^lc^b. ' li
A Misreading, j.
Dr. Fritz Metzler of the University '
ot Hfeldsiburg said tb a necker tn the
cour?e of a neutrality lecture in Den
ver, according to the Pittsburgh Dis
patch : <
*'^y'good, friend, you misread m6.
Purposely you .mlsroad me, my gool -i
friend. You aro as bad as the wifed
who wa? disgruntled. . ' h '?
"?o his wire who was disgruntled, i
a young bride sala, eyer her Ofter-. i
noon coffee and coffee cakes: '. i
"I'm so ead. Gustav is away cn
a business trip. This ls tho first time <
ii ince our rn arri a go .that 1 have been 1
left alone.' . t '
-. "Oh, well, d:'?i;*t worry/ sneered tho <
Dther, .'it won'tvbo the last."
Jersey Politician Fails
.7 am vs Smith, Jr.
Janies ^Snihh, dr,, former Unltci
Statea senator from' lils state, am
ono of thoso wno \totel In tho sonati
against the Bugar Pikedale of th
Wilson tariff during the administra
lion of Grover Cleveland, has Jos
been Ute subject of extraordinary at
tention by Controller or the Treas
ury John Skelton Williams. Th
former senatOT^^Wlib had Hie Demo
eratic party of bia state in his con
trol until Woodrow Wilson was elect
ud governor, and Ians had it since th
Nf-vv Jersey governor went to th
White House, failed, owing at low
$1.7(10,000. His-assets were said to b
unborn $2,000,0.00. Ho -was president t
tim Federal 'TYust company of Nev
ark. a very strong institution. H
had much paper in Jersey natl mt
tonk!;. The controller of the trot
sury, fearing ?n announcement o? til
politician's failure would causo rur
on the national hanks, took charge <
the situation and got Smith to coi
Bent to iiho appointment of trustee
to straighten out his affairs.
fe? CZAB VISITS TRENCHES
Soldiers Befusc?^d Believe lie W
It'ni ly Emperor.
London,: Nov, '25.-During, tl
Russian czar's Tecont visit to the fro
near Minsk,' tJie soldiers generally,T
fused, to believe ,thfet- their visitor w
really tho emperor, for he * v^c on
a prlv?te soldier's? overcot... withe
decorations of any-.eor^ and .tho. OT
precautions taken -wore ThoBe.*u?ua'
taken byra, staff,'jhsolnsjioction- Ofllc
when his work takes him to t
trenches?-Ar corrdapohdent of t
Exchange Telegraph company wrli
from MlnBk: ''? ' r; '
"On one occasion the emperor wt
Into, the advanced trenches at a til
When a1 considerable' Infantry f
was going on. He_ seemed to enj
the sensatloa of being under fire.
"His majesty spoke to a veter
from the Ural provinces and ash
hun how many fights lae had asea,
"Seven, was the answer. Tho a
dier had ." --nght at j jrort . Arthur o
In tho present war took part in I
battles of Lodz and Gorlice.
"Hew many children have you? ai
ed. foe emperor.
' "8even. captain, said the soldi
stUi . refusing to. believe that lt v
"And how-many wound??
"Seven also, .
-'Then you shall, l ave seven head
safd'thoi visitor. ^
"This: was: a r?f?rence to an
Russian . proverb wh*leh says thnt
aOjgeant.'haa BCVen.heads. It me
that the soldier wasprompted by i
pental flat to the rank of ?orgean
The ?youn^.Mdy/s mouth was.
Medially well dovfelobed. - She sat
blissful.contentment' on t c sci be
ifcvRrigMon, watching the; reatl
aea,'. and something..of ita grand
shed Us Hflrht apon her soul.
"Oh, Bill/' she eaid to tho yoi
[pan: by her side, "ow grand' lt ali
li?'Ht? il feel ?s t?j??gh-a* t?-oug
could open my mouth and take, it'
in." . /. ' ? .
?A">?mall boy who. ?vas. on the s
sloss by looked up," ? partied gb
In his oyo. "But I say," ho. reraar?
'you won't do it, wlli you? We c
issn? down bore yesterdayLon
nt-Blts. . ,
s*V Sc 1
Parle, Nov. 25.-Louis Malvy,
minister of the lcto:ior, sneaking of
the outcry of retail provision dealers
and consumers against rlslpg pricer
of meats ani certain provialonv* say3:
"If tho situation :a ?cirous it is not
alarniiug. 1 am under Hie impres
sion :hat the measures already taken
by the govert.nio:.t and ti '.so t lat svlll
be taken will remove all dancer o?*
further In^rearjoa and will provoke
A prominent member cf the pro
vision committee cf the central mar
kets sums up elie situation this way.
"Paris was fpolled by the astonish*
ingly low cobt of living during tho
first months of tho war. lt ls char
acterletic of (Tao Parisian to conslde-i
all benefits c*l'oe enjoyed as acquired
HgLij.. On the other bani certain
dealers si.;rn to hayo been Intoxicat
ed by ?tories of fabulous war profits
made hy certain categories of uier
; chanta and manuiacturers; they
?don't intend to bo left ou: cf lt it
they can .belt) it. There you have
tho explanation cf -fae present con
: flict between the Wholesale and re
tail provision dealc'.u and tho con?
i sumer; il ie consumer '.vants peace
prices and tho dealer wants war pro
fits. There is a happy m .' (um BOH?O
where and the govo.uune?t wlK prob
ably find it." , .
I This couillct hc-3 mado tho c'icCvt
'pavilion at tho Centr?t market o'?
'of the llveliet-t spotj in Par? j li th(
early morning hours. It appear
Cat certain doalera have tapai try za
to run a cornnr :n camembert; lb
women' of the Paris c.camcrlrs nr
after them with s'jarp :o-guv5 . an
decayed vegetables. From four f
I twelvo cents a choose Ia 3nvn 10i
I camembert has goro up to thirteen
?to twenty cents. A? thejo prices 1
! 1B often .unobtainable cvc-i nt thc
j opening of tho marget ard wher
j buyers ask why, '?3.0 commlsslo
' merchants sny all t--clT roc?!pt3 havf
I been bought rp by -.telcgraah ard
1 telephone Such cale- aro not nc
! cording to market uilrn. Ml re
ceipts should be eoM the da? re
ceived by word of mouth, and ono
de-Vcr who replied in this way was
oh'.lged to take to cover baTore
LOXDOX WOMEN POLICE
. ? ?
Their Chief Says That Moral Force is
London. Nov. 25.-"After a year's
work, althou^j we have had police
women serving in tho roughest sec
tions of London, we "have always found
j moral force stronger than physical
I force," declares Miss Damar Dawson,
. head of the women police, In lier first
annual report. ? ?
"Tho courts have a?roady recog-i
nized Uto usefulness ot tho women
police especially in tia work of the
children's courts," continues Miss
Dawson, "and women in uniform have
boca particularly useful in patrolling
Gio parks, which in bis towns aro.
orten danger spots for women and
chllda-pn. f/t ?
.'/"Tho policewomen aro trained;- in
pignalllng, first aid, drilling, and in
tho clements of civil and criminal
?? Te?epnOiie ?fv?uu vii?3 Tv*oriu?
Any telephone subscriber In Chi
cago can talk with any telephono sub
scriber in Parla, France; London, Eng
land: Pekin, China; Sydney, Australia
or oilier far-away cfcioa of the world
?without change of his present tole- j
phone equipment, wiJ^In a relatively
short time, in tho opinion of .John J.
.Carty,. engineer cf tho American
Tele! hore .md Tplegraph company,
who ls at tho Unlverr/.cy club..
"The tolt?phono people will hook up,
the subscriber's' teleiJ-ono wire, to
tlie npparatU8 In a bis wireless towori
and a almllaT wiro communication
will be established between a wirer
less tower on the Fronch coast and j
Paris," ho said. .
"The wireless acolion will operate
as a trunk lino ns far as tho 'tele
phone. spbscT'be'-rs aro concerned, al
?i'i'-vg'h tho message will ho relatively
public, for tlic mc-.on ti:at it cannot
ho confined to t">o ether'as a mes
sage is confine! ID a wiro."-Chicago
I - "Nov/, Tvivmy." .-s-xd the tfaohor.
"you mar s's? a an csax-.ilo of a coln
i "W.'ay, cr-" o-ild Tomniv. ; w'/th
somo hC'?itnt'-n; "Why-Me fadder
and mvider was both mtrricd on dc
same day."--Chica-to Naws.
RUE CHAPUN in
Indignation of chocccmongsrs w'-o
saw high plica of cases of camembert
in froi.'. o? thom but not a box fjr
' The monopolizers of camembert
and other providions aro morohanta
in tho zone <>. tao armlet w.io ure
makins hlsii profita out of soldiers
and aro ab.o ta outbid' Co Parla re
tail dealer. A maximum tariff for
a'.l providions sold ut fio fro.it is a
remedy propo3od by tue prefect of
police, thus l.mitins fioJ.c.'j' profits
ard pi.evcMlng abnormal "prices. j
Just why ' this om Ucl broke out
in tho cams of camembert d:C3 not ,
appear. Brio cheese has advanced
auite ns n^ueli aud all otiier vario- !
tied aro from f.fty por cea? to a I
hundred per cent bisher, r-jgi j
t-Jave also gene up a huaired p.?r
cent, selling now at from UO to .'>u
ceuta a do..cn wholesale, according
to grade Butter wiilcb averaged '?i
cent? a pounu a year aso ?as gone
to 37 cents. Thia butter and ogs
I question developed a violent incide;, t
rat tho Coon market ycBtcr.lny whe-.
'a morchard ns ting oxorblta vt price.?
and replying ir.aolently to a cus
tomer's complaint su f? ed the mar
? tlficatlon of pojing ns a targol for
his own stpcli used as r.-iojectiit-s by
tho indlg. ai.t i ub.lc.
The tetroducti.cn of cold ngo>
beef ix to tao market * as failed ot
.10 a.:tleipiitfl. ei.ee: oa prices ont
tho reason gi voa in that tho ttock
yard3 peoplo at La Y il?cito who look
aslanco at tho hu nor ted artic lo bavo
been able to bring su indent pres
sure to bear apon retail '??Ollera to
j::ovor,t a favorablo prc^ontitlcn ol
Foa:od beef. . lt ia declared that
In seme c?sea thu imp ?tod nrtlc'.o
TS "njado u'j" aa m to repel pros
pectivo huyera. Govcrnniem: o i;
I clal8 declare, however, that where
! ? o 'Imported meat haa boen put on
tho market properly it haa bosn an
unnua'ifled aucceaa Ccnpcto-t
Judges say that for roaat a--o o'.caks
ilt is even superior ?to. tho frem
?French beef, ard tho oxTresrcl dv
tormiraticn ot the authorltie-j ia that
lt cmis>: b<? made to go. In the
meantime, fresh meats couVnuo about
25 per cei.t his - cr than before tho
IMitbrIng With tho President.
Doth demoaratlc and republican*
r.avo a way at timas of differing with'
presidents, whether they, bolong to
their own party or- not. Nearly evory
j president han had isjurgentB on his
bands, and Invariably if lie has won
I it waa because of the allies-cuoa ot
i both parties who j came to (..is a-.nist
I ance regardless of politics.
This show? tho lcd pendent charae-,
I tor' of Araorle-ms. Tuero are ; many
.questions of purely-national charaoy
ter that they do not rogard as at all
pol?tica':,'ro their courso-ia shaped by
?tho purely American view In v..;-Ich
men of all parties aro'.brothers.
Tborc needi.be no surprise there
for, that Pr?sident Wi?Bon will havo
opposition in some of-hianana of na
tion al chara cter. Ho will < hsve insur
gents on his- banda, just.-as did Roose
velt and - Taft. . Nsvwrtheloss,: soma
republican allies will teme to tho
president's assistance, and <:whatever,
national p'-ans there may ? bo ^worthy
of Standort, tho Amaricans.of tho two.
parties win rnm?? to tbe aid o! their
country.-Wilmington1 Star. ? \ >
WAI Win in 'Couro ot Time;
The Suffragette? wore-boiteh to a
frazzle last wee'.c in' Now Yofrk and
some oilier eastern states. Bul this
does not discourage tVe avorajro oaf
fragctte. The fighi ls on to tho finiah
and in the cours?' of. time tho 'qucs
tlon will be aehled lr tlieir favor. I nf.
we hope it is yeans ?way.--Doun*a*
I,have a farm 7 mic
*n eight room brick ho
I arri, two tenant hon.
; S^ j?CO ?O. Tran con
You ran ruy th?* v;
, T?ftern hundred dollar?
COLD, BAD BREATH
OR SICK HEADACHE
Best for Liver and bowel?, for bil*
iousucsj, ?our stomach and
Get a 10-ccnt now.
l<*urred Tongue, Dad-Colds, Indiges
tion, tallow Skin nnd Miserable Head
aches come t'rein a torpid liver and
clogged bowelB, which cause your
stomuch to become Ulled with undi
gested food, which sours and fermonts
Lite garlage In a swill barret. That's
the llrst step to untold, misery-indi
gestion, foui gases, bad breath, yellow
skin, montai fears, everyih.ug that ts
horrible and rauaeating. A Cascarel
i tonight will give your constipated
! bowels a thorough cleansing and
?utialghtcn you out by morning. They
I work while you aleop--a 10-cent box
: fit ni your druggist will koop you
feeling, good or months. Millions of
mon and women take Cascarel now
lund I bei' ?o '- .?,-.> .r?.omnrh. liver
j -a d bo\vol3 regulated, and novor know
!a ra.&u-uu.k, ...-:C uou''. xorget tho
I children-their little ins'dta neod a
good gent?o cleansing, too. ,
Tho editor of tho Donner Springs
Herald is considerably puffed up this
week. Ho left out all tho editorial
, matter from tue paper, last woek, and
n Bubscrtber not.ccd it.-Hansa? City
Star. . .
licuare -of Cheap Substitute?.
In these days of keen competition
U ls Important that the public nbould
t>ee that they get Chamberlain's Cough
flemedy and not take .substitutes sold
i for the i.ake of extra' profit Cnatn
. berlaln's. Cough Remedy has stood thc.
I u'bt and benu upprbved for . more than
I 'urty yeats. Por ?ale by all'dealer*
PI ANT N O W
PAEOKIS AND IBIS
Wo hove a lot o German Iris
ir* al! tho Hoya1. Gorgeous col
ors, Purple, duo. Lavender,
Gold. While, etc., 30c uozen. A
fro lot of 3 year old Paoonls ut
"Richard is Himself
Last winter when times
were hard people econo
mized in many wayo. Some
i*sed less coal? Others re
sorted to the costly ex
pedient of \isirvg ? cheaper'
CCTi?. Cvawvwci 5?c
real now and they are de
manding tho beat*
SL O A N m
s out cf Greenwood thal ha* ;
use, all put bulla'ngs, a good
3rs. Balling alone worth :
lairs ?6 acres,
doable form for $3,000.00.
down, rett on terms?
Over Hubbard's J*Wrlry Store