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A (J? UNDER
J4-A >m \cOVERNMENT
MEMBER. BANK UNDER J
flnfl! .' l}jifi rv \ FEDERAL RESERVE ACT ?
Merchants & Planters Nat'l Bank 1
"The Old Reliable"
j Tlif Oldest anil 1 arrjest Bank in Union County
1' Is a member t>t' the I'KDEK \L RESERY E SYSTEM of j
tlit' United States of America. It is hound up with some- ?
thine like s.iiimi other N YTIONAL Ranks in the KEDER \L
RESERVE SYSTEM, am! we can tro to our FEDERAL I
RESERY I" RANK, and tret ALL the money we need. We j
have a N VI'IONAI. Savings Department in which your a
money is ahsolutely safe, and you can >ret your money at
any time you need it?without any question?and while I j
? you DO N'oT need it. it is piiintr up interest for you stead- *
* *Ie i i.i ' i In 'iinl dnv. 4 I
| LOOK FOR THE BANK WITH THE CHIME CLOCK
jp \n<! deposit your money where it will he absolutcl> safe J
5 F. M. FAIIIt. \v. 1\ (JILLIAM, J. I). ARTHUR, J
!* -" idoMt. Viro-I'residen*. Outlier. m
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V s>iia^ U &,**& H &i 5$ rait. kl ??
| Wagon |
| Has Led Them AH For More X
| Than FORTY YEARS ?
| And Still Leads |
| The Peoples Supply Co. t
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/ Here is a safe lead to fol- \ | .
/ low in buying paint. Order \ i ,
J lead and oil. hand-mixed to Fm \ \ 1
/ suit all conditions?the paint \-Is. \ 1
/ that skilled painters choose \ \ \
/ for their own property. \ \ i wf
/ Most painters hereabouts prefer \ t
i J lead and oil paint composed of
Dutch Boy i
\ Courteous ervictt. Deliveries prompt. r
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Have you ever been t.> he City Market? They keep only stall
fed Meats. Stop and see. Look at the conveniences th' v have
installed. IloLert Grinding Machine and Dayton Slicer and they i
have certainly the best. Meats always kept in a sanitary condi- y
tion and sweet and tender. If you are not our customer we want ^
you for one. (live us a trial on your next month's business.
City Market and Cattle Co.
C. A. KOYSTER. Meat ( utter. K. It. GODSHAIX, M?r. j'
Jonesvillo, Ap|ril ?While there
has heen many fires over the country
Jonesvillo has escaped so far, hut last
Saturday evening the flames devoured
a dwelling near the corporate limits
just north of the town in a colored
settlement. The house belonged to
Johnson Smith and was occupied by
his married daughter, who had been
ironing until evening. She shut up
the house and went visiting and not
long afterwards the house was in I
flames and was a total loss. There '
was some insurance on the house, but I
none on the furniture.
Capt. R. W. Scott, our very ei |
ficient postmaster, has moved the ,
nostoffice into new quarters. The office
is neat and convenient. It is on
the corner of Church street and !
Hames avenue and also on Pacolet
street. There is a lobby in front from
which all the lock hoxes as well as
all the rest of the boxes and general
delivery are accessible at all times
until !> o'clock at night. All this is
much better and more convenient than
before the ofHce was moved. Then
there is a private office in the back
of the office for the postmaster and
also a large space well arranged for
the rural carriers and parcels post
packages with a window through
which to deliver them, and also a?
money order window, all accessible to
the lobby. The office, however, hn*not
been moved from the same building
it was in before but !<> a different
part of the building, which is a good
substantial brick building with glass
r 1 r :n
in ru v myir, iHMif^vunj UTl(i
the outside patrons may well be proud
of their post office.
At New I!o*u? church yesterday
there were rally day services. Mr.
\Y. M. .Tunes from the lTogansville
-( ction by \d invitation wa > present
and made an address on church
benevolence, which was very interestine;
t?? his hearers, after which a fine
dinner was spread in the church yard
ai d all present were invited to par'
ale and there were no stragglers or
-snlkers after dinner.
Rev. 1). P. Iloyd of Union, a formei
nasto of the church, and one who is
held in high esteem by the people of
New Hope, preached to many of the
people who were his members and
friends when he served them from
1XXX to 1SP1 inclusive. It was like a
reunion to those people and the
praeher. It was my pleasure to he
with them and worship once more.
The rain late Sunday night and
Monday was quite welcome as the
ground was getting very dry and ha?*? 1.
The election for officers of our town,
a mayor and four aldermen, is near
at hand, next Tuesday being the day.
Dr. II. T. Hamesi the present mayo;,
is ijii the race for the same offl<e,
wit! iivr^opposiation so far. As to ,t*e
al?rmcffi, there will he opposition in
oy the wards, but the runnas
|W Inoo ? '/ t ****?<? r.5?rnrfr)>?^9ns|
they aj'cj not.
Dr. R. E. Stackhousc, presiding elder
of the Spartanburg district. '
filled the pulpit of the Methodist
church here Sunday night.
Mr. Leland Vaughan died in the
mill town here Sunday night. Mr.
Vaughan was a good man. He leaves
a wife and six children, most of the
urirls. He had consumption for several
IC ? II I1 I J y
stimulates the digestive organs to
iction so that the food that enters
he stomach is digested and assimilated.
Sold only by us, $1.00.
i lymph's Pharmacy.
Only a fool goose would tackle the
rolden egg business.
The almighty dollar covers a muitiude
of queer transaction:-.
lures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
Die worst cases, no matter of how long stand int.',
ire cured by tiic wonderful, old reliable I>r.
'orter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relii'nin
and Heals at the same time. CSc.Soc.;
Usually the man who shakes tIt.>
rOP trotc ihn l?.,o?
A woman's idea of a good husband
s one who does things for her folk-.
The thing that worries a rich man
s that some of his friends are richer.
TOY "CASCARETS" FOR =
LIVER ANI) BOWELS
IF SICK OR BILIOUS
'onight! Clean Your Bowels and r
Stop Headache, Colds. Sour jCl
(let a 10-eent box now. ;
Turn the rascals out?the headache R
iliousness, indigestion, the sick, soer'j
tomach and had colds?turn them
ut tonight and keep them out v/ithi<
'ascarets. . ^
Millions of men and women take a!
^ascaret. now and then and never I;\
;now the misery caused by a la'/.vjh
iver, clogged bowels, or an upset p.,
tomach. j F
Iton't put in another day of dis i
ress. Let ('ascarets cleanse your S
tomach; remove the sour, ferment-j a
ng food; take the excess bile fron. I
'our liver and carry out all the con-[a
tipated waste matter and poison in e
he bowels. Then you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight straightens you
lit by morning. They work while you a
leep. A 10-cent box from any drug
tore means a clear head, sweet stom- e
eh and clean, healthy liver and bow- h
I action for months. Children lov< /i
'ascarets because they never gripe or n
New Discovery! Dodson's Liver Tone
Salivate or Make You Sick?Don't I
Medicine for Men, Women,
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible!
Take a dose of the dangerous drug tonight and
tomorrow you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes
necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into
contact with sour bile crashes into it, breaking
it up. 1 Ins is when you feel that awful nausea
and cramping. If you are sluggish and "all
'knocked out," if your liver is torpid and howcls
constipated, or you have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, if breath is bad 01* stomach sour, just try a
sj)oonful of harmless Dodscn's Liver Tune tonight.
Here's my guarantee? Go to any drug store
and get a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone.
1'akc a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you
i " only ii
at the ]
' same u
?" vor in
_ is abs
J7. /. _ J ?;u
j ~~y y ordic
kriOWS it fountai
a Straw" a
LOWER FAIR FOREST j and hearty for one
Miss Julia Fauce
Lower Fair Forest, April 3.?Tha end with relatives
nin fhS- -Ja - M r- V'etOr Bi?l
...... Wl1 spent Sunday on th
omed by most farmers, for the land , ,
. < , .1 ] i Mr. ( h<irlcs Ij* .
ad begun to get hard m places ^ ^htt,r> Ma
Mr. and Mrs. M. Crosby from taj in Atlanta for
iantue spent the past week-end w:(h
Irs. Crosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -?
asper Wilburn. IT IS
Mr. Charles Bishop, Jr., and Miss that the unusual
fera Bishop spent the week-end with is the best evidence
riends at Santuc.
Mrs. C. A. Grainger and little Vliss ftwy >> *
largaret Grainger returned to their B B m
ome in Greenville last Saturday, af- B B %
er spending a week at Mr. R. C.
Mrs. Charles Ray and Charles, Jr., ?r,,ICJ
* ? i . i i KlliMJAlAIlN
pent several days last week with roltives
in Union. are guaranteed to
Mr. Kant Bishop and Misses Althca rheumatism. Tin
nd Julia Bishop spent the past week- large sellers. Sol
nd with their grandparents, Mr. aim and $1.00. Glympl
Irs. John Foster, near Santuc. -?
Mrs. C. M. Bailey is able to he up, Whenever You Ne
fter being ill for about a week. * Take <
Mr. Warren Barnette celebrated his Standar
ightieth birthday last Friday at Ihe ,^1? !s ?(lu
e u- \jt t* ur I. ** General Tonic bee
ome of his son, Mr. (,. W. Barnette. well known tonic pr<
t bountiful dinner was enjoyed by a an<i iron. It acts
umber of filends. Mr. Barnette if i out Malaria, Rnric
n old Confederate Veterans, is hair j Builds up the "Whoh
; Acts Like Calomel But Doesn't Gripe,
Lose a Day's Work?Harmless Liver
I right up and make you feel fine and vigorous I
I want vnn ov? Kifl- -i 1
? iS>w ./(ivin u? iiic siure anci gcr your
money. Dodson's Liver J'onc is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver medicine:
entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or
make you sick.
L guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver
Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and
clean youi bowels of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system and making
you feel miserable. 1 guarantee that a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone will keep your entire family
feeling line for months. Give it to your children. I
It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleas- I
RO-COLA is sold ,
1 the original bottle, ^
ed, sealed and labeled S jfl
bottle is filled by
le?T-r^e . |yrup and |^H
ated water are accu- ^ R
neasured by machinerefore
you get the
niform pleasing flaevery
bottle, which 1
tary soda MW M *
n method. Mm mjfk
jet your CHEROa
it Soda Fountains V y '
Everybody knows k'M J r /
it by its name. Fm / j /
of his uj?o. TAKE LIV-VER-LAX AND FEEL
tte spent the week- WELL.
hon i'rom f^prhili'n linn't < 'L- -1* * "
i. .milci Hum mi: in cuecis 01
lis side of Tiger. an inactive liver, such as headache,
Kay has taken his indigestion, constipation, lack of enrgaret,
to a hnspi- < rgy and low spirits, when for a little
treatment. money you can get a remedy of proved
Undine. merit. GKIGSBY'S MV-VEK-LAX
* ' will get your liver right and let you
' * ' enjoy better health and brighter spirsale
of a remedy its. I.IV-VER-I.AX acts naturally
i of its merit. an(i effectively. Has none of the dan?
. _ gers and had after effects of calomel.
? W ij Sold under an absolute money refund
J A/*'guarantee at 50c and $1 a bottle. Each
bottle is protected by the likeness of
? K. Grigsby. For sale by Glymph's
ADC MARK Pharmacy. 14-4
M POWDERS NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED>
give relief from ITORS.
y are unusually
il only by us, 50c All persons holding claims against
i's Pharmacy. the estate of F. M. Adams, deceased,
r ' are required to present the same duly
ed a General Tonic proven to the undersigned and all perGrovc's
sons indebted to said estate must make
rl Grove's Tasteless payment to us.
any valuable as a Mrs. .Julia A. Adams, Executrix,
;~?ic.o?QU ?NINB Joh" " Ada '
K?KDrive" FM~ F M- Ad"m?. D?'dhes
the Ulood and Adamsburp, S. C., March 21, 11)1(5.
e by stem. 50 cents. 12-3