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VWJ i ) V HJr!0 v V OCT. U. '. H M
A Model Factory Town.
South Carolina deserves much credit
for the advanced measures already
adopted in behalf of her mill opera
tiv??. We clip tho following from tho
Atlanta Daily Ken s, which says some
thing of tho work ulong this lino that
is being done by the mill owners in
ThcSeptember Forum contains nu in -
tcrcsting articlo on the Polzer mills in
A u dei si M i County, S. C., where tt.OOO
operatives aro employed. The author
of tho article, Mrs. Leonora Beek Ullis,
of this city, calls Pelter a model facto
ry town and Rives many interesting
particulars. The community hus (1,000
inhabitants but isa proprietary town
eoutrolled by tho Pe!/.er compiiny. ll.
has a system of graded schools with au
attendance of ?00 children, who ure
taught free of cost. The company lui
n?shes a lyceum; with a library '?i 5,000
volumes, besides free lectures on his
tory, travel and popular science am!
occasional concerts. There ure u h et !
men's and other athletic clubs ami oth
er things for the comfort, and enjoy
ment of the people. They have neal
cottages ami are encouraged to plant
Howers by un oller of prizes for thc best
display. Tho leading shire, with a.
capital of ?2??,00? is largely owned by
Operatives and they have $00,000 ?MI de- .
posit in a savings bank.
fc?pui, the i:?-year-old son of ,1. L. I
Hqjllzclaw, died SuLtirday from are-!
lapse of the measles, and was buried
Sunday afternoon, Kev. Mr. Tale, uf
the First Baptist Church, conducting '
? the funeral services.
Mr. L, P. Smith, of Anderson, visit
. cd our Sunday School hist Sunday, and
. in tho excellent address he made we
are s?re he made lasting impressions
on the little boys and girls. It was a
source pf much pleasure to Juive .Mr.
Smith with UH, and wc hope ho will
continuo bis visits.
Air. W, Ilobb Cobb has moved to thc
residence recently purchased from Mr.
J. K. Brcuzealo, near the cotton mill,
und proposes to keep a lirst class
boarding house. Ile and his estimable
. -i.unify will receive a -hearty welcome
to that part of town.
Our veiioiublo>f,ricnd, "Lum" Pi
from Nv hieb one linger had tO bo nm pu
tated, but we., ure gla'd.to report tltat ho
is now np again att?ntting te his busi
ness. i ' ? .
Miss Mart^h' Quatillebaum, of Hopea
Path, visited. $l?i??0lace Sunday the
guest ot Mrs. li. A?X?\^ and Alis. A..
R. C am pbel?, wou\h;ppr.ig\ ut tho. First
Baptist Church, Miss Jilarv?n. always
receives a hearty greeting neve from
yoting and old alike, haying taught in
tho Academy hero for two years.
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Harris Bridge Letter.
-v?'T"- ? ; . .
Just a few dots for your readers, Ms.
Editor. We are busy with tho ?anning
and havn't timo to gather the nows pf
.our little burg.
Mrs. Janie Mitchell has beeu quite
sick nt her homo, but wo are glad to
; have her out again.
Little Janie Holder spont last week
visiting her cousin, little Kathleen
Wyatt, in Sheriff, S. C.
We are very T>roud of our ll. Fi 1).
.route. It is sucha benefit to us, we
have a right to feel proud.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilson visited in
Belton last week.
Look put; fair lasses, if some of you
. don't bu ca?led on to take a ride. Mr.
Johnnie is sporting a new top bnggy.
Mr. Clem Harris was at home Sunday
ona short visit. . ;
The cotton .crop is small, but wchopo
to get moro for it than wo did last
Mr. George Wyatt has been visiting
in our burg. ' V ?
Christmas will soon bo hero for us
to celebrate in tho namo of our Lord
and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
iThe Sunday School at Iola IB iu a
nourishing condition, and wo sincerely
hopo it will continuo to do bettor.
Pouud parties and' sociables are be
ginning to fly around.
Nows is very scarce iu our town. ,
Big Creek News.
There was alargo crowd pr?sent?t
preaching lost Sunday. Rev. Mr. Todd
lilied Mr. Medium's place. Mrs. Todd
gave tho Sunday School n talk on mis
sionary work, which was enjoyed by all
There was. a singing at "Mr. I. M.
Callaham's lost. Sunday afternoon,
which was enjoyed by all present.
Misses Mamie Irby and Corrio Leo
Newell, of Pelzer, were the, guests of
Miss Beulah. Callahan! last Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. C. C. Hindinau, of Anderson,
visited his parents here last Sunday.
Married," at the residence of the
bride's parents, on Oct. 3rd, at 8o'clock,
Mr. John L.' Ilimlman and Miss Hattie
Stone, lall bf Pelzer.. The ceremony
was performed by. Hov.' T. C. Herbert
in tlj??f?Hence of abost ii fly friends ?>?
tlio brido ovid $r?om. A reception
wos tendered-the-couplo at the ?voom'a
homeilie following'day nnd was largely
a 11 c n\te dfoy ^heirJifnhy '&iend& We
extentl ito thom our hearty congratula
tions and wish .them a long, happy ann
Mj?Greorgo Gambrell andcharuiing
aftter, Bliss Josie, of Brn$iy Creelc
were in onr midst last 'ff??uiday nnd
The tent meeting at'Williamston4?
"Seing" well attended by the ?iglDrcek1
Mr. patrick Hindman luid (laughters
wenr, io Anderson one dny?ftSt 1f??k'
fhovpiug.' . . . ..J/
-MisB Oessib Clardy,^f.l?rn8?y.Cjreeki
iv.:s in our midst Sunday.
A Tribute of Respect.
AH tliu HUH was peering through thc
eastern, horizon on tim thorning of Oct.
3,1901, at 7 ?relock, tho noble soul of
Mrs. Mary E. Boyd took itH Hight foi
mansions iu the sky. She was in bei
seventy-sixth year. Our friend early
in lifo gave her heart to the Saviour
and joined the First Creek Baptist
Church, and by her pine, Chrietian life
gave more than ample proof that all
was "well with her soul." Indeed,
purity of thought, word and deed wan
the chief characteristic of her life.
Her husband wa? killed lighting for his
country in the War of SecesJon. Sho
wan left with two helpless little babes.
Sim raided them ns best alie could, both
of whom sm vive neram] ran testify how
grandly and nobly she neted both'fathor
and mother to them, lier remains
were laid to rest in Eureka cemetery.
The funeral services were conducted
by ii. E. Campbell. "Blessed are the
dead who die in die Lurd, yea, hence
forth, Kaya tho Kp?i?j ?hey snail rest
from their labors," rest from sickness,
limn sorrow, from toiling, from disap
I nintmeut, from Kin ami from Satan
fore vet*. She is i eating.
A LoytNc; Ynixim.
Mr. llranytui Exonerated.
CAKNKSVII.I K. GA., Oct. 7, 1901.
EDITONS INTI:I.I.I?;I:NO:H: Wo, the
committee appointed by Carnesville
Baptist Church, nt tho institution of
the pastor, Kev. Carillo Branyon, to
look into tim gossip of one of the incm
bcrs concerning tho pa .or, hereby sub
mit our report to the church in confer
Af ter earnest and careful investiga
tion we lind absolutely no ground for
or truth in the slanderous reports. We
hereby re-nih rm our fullest confidence
in our pastor's sincerity and integrity
us :i gentleman mid nan consecrated
minister Of the gospel. WV further
more commend the able, fearless spirit
characterizing Mr. Brany en's preaching
dining the past three years ns our pas
L. C. BIJOWN,
T. ll. SANDKKS,
1. A. MOOBK,
C. <i. M<;MUUKV,
? ?... L. l\. 1?AYKS,
. . Committee.
Card of Thanks.
Mu. HIMTOI?:-Through your columns
wo wish to. express onr sincere thanks
to our friends for the m?t ny acts of
kindness shown US during .tho long
Illness of our Sou and brother. May
tho great Father^whom ho loved and
trusted'fal I y bless; them all abundantly.
. ill!. ANI ? Ml?/E. T. GAMlUtELLi
Mu^Einrojp? Please allow us space
in yoti^gwhmns to thank our friends
^d'^n^tgoora' for their many acts of
'kindness'shown us in tho death of our
darling Httloinf?ut, Uuby.' May God's
richest blessings rest upon thom,
aiit. AND Mus. w. L. MADDOX.
Messrs. II. B. Allen and J. S. Fennel
returned Monday, 00th of September,
to Augusta, Ga., to complete their
course in tho Medical College. They
will both finish this year and will re
turn with M. D. on their name?.
Mr. J. J. Johnson left for Abbeville,
whore ho will ocoupy for a abort time
the position of cashier in the Fanuers'
Hank, made vacant on account of the
health of tho former cashier.
Miss Vera Allen returned Wednesday
from Gnflhey, S. C., whore sho has boen
going to school, and wiri remain foy
some time on account of her health..
Mr. Willie Lindsay visited relatives
in this town tho past week.
Prof. lloffemyer aud wife, of Elber
ton, Ga., visited relatives in this town
the lost week. While hero many had
tho pleasure of enjoying his fine music.
Mr. W. G. Huckabee went to Ander
son on a business trip Inst Thursday.
Mr. Gordon Speer left boro for Cen
tral, S. C., where ho will attend school.
Enough cannot bo jaid of Lowndes
villo, hor at tract ions, otc*., but sutllce it
to any that every visitor who happens
here considers it a lino place, and tho
citizens of Lowndesville themselves
think it is without parallel.
Wo aro having some beautiful
weather for gathering our crops.
Misses Ada and Eva Yandi vcr, two
of Williamston's charming young la
dies,', wei c ia our midst recently.
Rive. Nettle Keaton and two eons,
Walter and Clarence, of Mohawk, vis
ited relatives in this section Saturday
and Sunday. /
% Mrs. W. L. Maddox, who has been in
feeble health for some time, is slowly
Miss Ruby Hammonds, ono of our
most popular young ladies, has gone
I to Greenville to enter the female col
Supervisor J. N. Vandiver has been
in our midst recently attending to bus
The de?.th ?s??! ?ss visited the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Maddox, carry
ing away their beloved little daughter,
God took this pure, innocent babe
To His kindly, loving care,
And sumo day, sometimes we'll under
Why He took tho baby there.
Salesman wanted to sell Anti-Rust
Roof Paint, Compounds and Lubricants.
Salary or. Commission. Vulcan Chemical
Co, Cleveland, O. 10-1
I am satisfied that TERTHI NA (Tooth
ing Powder?) have saved moro children!
than *!! the doctors put tc?sthsr. I h av?
recommended TEETHINA when thc
doctors gave np the child, and it cured al
onco. LOUI8 JA WA IB EL, Ph. G.,
Druggist, St Louis, Mo.
HARNESS-If you need aeetoffj?o?
home-made Harnesa call on J. S. Fowlei
Southern Inter-stute Fair, Atlant
t?a., Oct Mli~20ln, HMM
Os account cf this occasion Souther
Railway announces from all points i
Georgia, and from Asheville, Spart?i
burg, Columbia, Charleston and inte
mediate points-for individuals rate <
one ?are for the round trip plus li t i
cento admission to the Fair Ground
Ch'loren half fare. Minimum rate, ru
including admission, to be hf ty cent
Military companies and brass bands i
uniform, twenty (20) or more on or
ticket, specially reduced rates. Oatt
. of sale fr?m Georgia points October 8t
to 26th inclusive, und from North an
South Carolina points October Uti
loth. 17th, 22nd and ?ilth, final limit c
all tickets October 20tb, 1901. Forde
tailed information as to rates, sched
ules, etc., apply to any agent of th
W. ll. Tay toe, A. G. P. A., Atlanti
Ga., H. W. Hunt, 1). P. A. Charlestor
ti. C., Krooks Morgan, 1). P. A., Atlan
- i- m mm
TO KENT-Furnished roon? for yaun
men lodger* Apply M rn. J. If. C Hrkt
M ?ney to loan at 7 per cou: ?m tart
laud?. No coinu?HHioiiM. bong timi
Apply to Quattlebaurn & Cochran, Attoi
neyM ut Law, Anderson, fi?. C. 15- lil
ONE HORSE WAGONS-I um over
Stocked on Ono Horst- Wagouc, and If yo
ii'-cd ons I can ?itv? you toondy.
J. H. Fowler.
1 ?MD going ta r;:r. ??.y traveling iii
again iliit season, and will giri at 2r? cent
per biiLdred. Sufi ?faction guaranteed.
10-2 L. O. ?linkscales.
FOI! CA LE-Fine Farm ol 1U7 uer?
situated on Pend eton mad near cit
limits. Apply to lt. S. M o'in I ly. Hi
Pot Plant* and Cut Flower?* lor -.ali
Large and small PalruH a specially. Mn
J. IT. Olinksoaie**, 212 North Main St.
ENGINE FOR "?ALE-I ollnr for sal
very ftbeap a l io 0 II. P. Eugine, tuud
by Frick tie Co. IIIH been UHO<I but i
now In good rn pair. A bargain to an;
one wanting au Eugine
3-14 Jos. J. Fret well.
M. Knntimly lum ii full Nupplv of Hricl
on IIHM) at a reasonable price. Yar<
west of .'. iV. \V. C. Depot, Auderson, fe
C. . 13-0
LOOK OUT !-Thompson A Swann
S?ueeH, H. C., have for ?ale some gooi
Farms ?heap. Now ia tbe timo to buy
Au rora Rsad y Mixed Paint outlasts ai
nt h'rn. Sold and guaranteed by E. Ci
Evan* (tr. Oo., Pendleton, H. C. 12
MONEY TO LOAN OX LAM).
A Tow thousand dollar;? to loan now fo
clients at 8 per cent. *
B F. MAUTI.N. Attorney.
Johbors pri?es on "Snhappn," "Earp.
Bird" and *'Blue Jay" Tobacco*. Low"
ost prices on Flour, r*oH?e, Corn, Huron
and heavy Grocoriee Vandiver Bros.
When von want first-clssu, up-to-dut
PHOTOS eal! on GALLAGHER BROS.
at thoir new Studio next door to Lig?n ?
Lndbotter-upstairs. .Satisfaction is ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
Piles ! Piles ! Piles!
Dr. Wllliama' Indian Pit? Ointment ii
prepared to cure Piles and DOES IT ii
short order. Easy to apply, ?rory bo:
guaranteed, ROe. and $1.00. All druggist
or by mall
Williams M'f'ir Co., Cleveland. Ohio.
For sale by EVANS PHARMACY.
When you need Seeon Doors and Win
dow?', al?o Screen Wiro and Fly Fans
nail and eeo Brock Bros. Ala" buy tb?
Gem when you want the best Ice Crean
Fref zer, at Brock Bro?.
We offer thia week hundreds of pain
of Humph) Shoes at prices to please. Conni
quick while we have your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too cheap to quote.
Twenty-five Dollarn will buya fairl]
good aquare practice Piano at 'the C. A
Reed MUHIO House. They are intrlnsi
cally worth double that amount.
Brook'Bros. have two good Seconc
Hand Stationary Engines also two Ural
class Second Hand Thresher* for sale at i
very low price. -
We have two new Geiser Thrasher.
?nd two secondhand F.^erless four and al:
horse power engines tu good condition
Alao Homo new Peerless Eoglnes and w
can name some very low Drices on same
Brock Bros., Anderson, S. G.
Contractors and Bridge Builders ar
perhaps not aware of the faut that Salli
van Hardware Co. own a lntjaot improve;
Cutting and Threading Machine, opera
ted by eleotriolty, and can out and threat
more pips and bolts la a day and do th
work better than could be done by ham
in ten days. They are prepared to maki
cati maten and lill orders promptly.
Health will' give what wealth canno
hoy -happiness. Cycling being a pleas
ant, comfortable e> si TISO is the grantee
known health promoter, and justas pop
ular as our whnab, Columbia, Rambler
Cleveland, and the Hartford are tbi
greatest favorite's among discrirninatlnj
The groat secret of a merchant's succ?s
is in buying his gonda right. Sullivat
Hardware Ca, have a regular Wholesal
Depart tuon', and' .?ince oponlng sam.
their trade bas increased in volume ver.
rapidly. Ia this age nf sharp oompeti
tina, merchants'are looking more elosel;
after prices, and they are rinding thu
they can buy at wholesah) from this bous
cheaper than by sending their order
away from' home ami paying freights
The reason for this is that the Sullivai
Hardware Co. are always wideawake am
make ooutraots abuad with the tn an u fae
turer direct; besides they employ a real
dent buyer in New York, with braue
offices in other cities, who keep in touo!
with all large factories, which gives thi
house the advantage of knowing jue
where their spot cash orders will ob tai;
the lowest orlces. It la much more oatie
factory for mer ch an ts to buy in a hom
market when they oan save money bv dc
lng BO. and that SH what Sullivan Hard
ware Co. propose tn do for their trade
Anything in the Hardware line can b
bdught from them as low, often mue
lower, than the same class of goodB ar
offered by other wholesale houses. 1
you have not investigated this fact the,
stand ready to prove lt if you will glv
them your order?.
Prepare for Fall Business.
We are through traveling for the prec
ent and can be h.und at our office, ove
Post Office, during the months or Sei
tambor and October. We can save yo
the middleman's or wholesale boost
profits. tVesell dlreot trom Hit Mill
and have the samo prices and discount
the wholesale* houses have. We reprt
sent 'our Ilo?l?ry ??lille-., aim eau sei i yo
chenper than you ever dreamed of buy In
Hosiery. Onr Cleveland Woolen Mill
linc surpasses au ything we have seer
Pants, JeanB, Cassi m era and Over Alli
made direct from the raw material. Th!
Mill saves you overy intermediate profi
Their nome is a sufficient guarantee<
reliable goods and low prices. Larg
line Baltimore Factory Hats and Cap
We can save you at least ten per cent o
thia line. Shoes from Boston, the world
greatest Shoe market. Wyler, Ackoi
land & Co's, superb Clothing-perfect fi
ting and low price?.
Merchants, when. In Anderson see t
and the arrangement we have with tl
Milla, and you will see at a glanos yo
have been paying too much for yoe
goods, and that we are In a position I
save you ai on ev. Drop us a card whe
in need or goods ; we will aend earn ph
or Salesman to yon at once.
WEBB db CATER,
} W. H. Shearer, Surveyor, Yon wi
11 find me at Dean & RatlifiVe. Long di
r ? tac oe Phone at my residence. '
BRISKS ^ I
OF OCTOBER 2
WAS tho grandest success of ali previous seasons in every respect. Larger
crowds, bigger sales, and th J Ladies were most liberal \? their praises of this
department. Never before have we had such crowds. From the opening
hour until riiglit our Store was filled with the fair sex, and on every hand
could be lizard exclamations of approval.
OUR PATTERN HATS
Ate the prettiest that wo have ever displayed, and the swellest creations of
the Milliner's art. lu fact, our entire Millinery is one grand Euccess. We
ask that you call and make a personal inspection of thia department ; then
jou will join with the others who have been KJ liberal with their praises?
For thc benefit cf ?.hose who could not be here for the Opening wo will
continue the display of Pattern Hats, with new ones added each day. You
can g^t any kind of Hat you want at very popular prices.
Our Dross Patterns.
Silks, Novelties, Etc.,
Are especially pretty, and deserve special mention. Au elegant show iug of~
Capss, Jackets, Furs.
Children's Jackets and Reefers.
A big line of BLANKETS, RUGS, ART SQUARES.
That wear, in the newest Fall shapes. School Shoes a specialty.
You will find our entire Store full of the very newest ideas in everything,
and we ask again that you visit our Store as soon as possible.
TO THE WHOLESALE BUYER.
We call your attention to the fact that we can and do tell as cheap as
the cheapest. Send us your Mail Orders. They will receive our prompt
attention. ?Uso, Samples tent on request. y
Agency for the McCall Pa Ut ros. Price 10c and 15c-none better.
MOORE, ACKER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail.
B?,? We have quit the Grocery Bush ess, and have on hand some To"
bacco and Syrup that must be sold. You can take advantage of this and buy
lor lets than you ever have.
PIANOS, ORGANS AND SEWING MACHINES.
A SPEC?AB, THRKE MONTHS SALE
OF the very highest graden, lattst and most artistic designs in cases. Quali
ty of tone unequalled, and twenty-five per cent cheaper in price than you will
fiad elsewhere Thia applies to Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines for the
next ninety clays. Get pri?es from any dealer, and compare Instruments.
I mean to save you some money. New Goods. No worked over or second
hand stock. A nice lot of beautiful Piano?: just in.
M. I . WILLIS, Next door Peoples Bank.
LESSER & GO.
Our New Fall Stock is now Complete.
Fall Goods now Ready.
OUR Fall line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Clothing and Gents
Furnishings is now spread before you for your inspection, and by far excels
anything yet seen in tho City of Anderson, when compared with the prices
and Goods of others. We begin to-morrow to shew ono of tho l?est selected
Stocks of Merchandise ever brought to this city. Our Goods and Prices
stand by themselves-alone-an invincible combination of High Qualities and
and Low Prices. Comfortable shopping here and best attention given to all.
Carefully read this advertisement and come see our Store. Note our prices.
Look at our Goody. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
EXTRA NOTION VALUES.
Toilet Soap, three cakes in box, good quality, box. 5o
Bedspreads, splendid 11-4 Marseilles patterns, good value at $1.00, on ly... 75 c
Ladies' Bibbed llndervcst, fleece lined, value 20c, only..ldc
Table Oil Cloth, best quality, perfect goods, 1 ' yards wide. l[?c
Ladies' Swiss Bibbed Union Suits, extra heavy, worth 50o, only.35p
11-4 White and Grey Blankets, actual value $1.00, only per pair. . ? 58o
Clark's best Spool Cotton, special price only three Spools for. 5c
Children's Knit Caps, value 25c, only... 15o
Ladies' Shawl Fascinators, all colors, only....v . .. ,24o
Ladies' fleeoe-lined Cashmero Gloves, value 25o, only.T. .. .. 15c
Full line Men's and Boys' Caps from. 10c to 25o
Ladies' Seamless Blaok Wool Hose, value 25o, only. . 15c
New Line Embroidery, all widths, from.. .5c to 15o
NEW FALL DRY GOODS.
2000 yards Outing Flannel, in checks and stripes, autual value 5c, only..'. 3^c
2500 yards Pretty Fall Peroales, yard wide, worth 10o. only.. ...... . . <??c
Beautiful V? ?nch Turkey Red Table Damask, lovely pattern, worth 35... 20c
2000 yards Tokic Flannelofctej beautiful design, '-;eil worth 10c, only.
1800 yards Centaur Outing Flannels, worth quite 10o,but ?re offered ~i,. vic
White Curtain Swiss, full yard wide, worth l?cj only. 9o*
Window Curtain Scrim, double width, 40 inches wide, at only.. 4*o
Unbleached Cotton Flapnol, extra heavy quality, at only ................. 5c
Eiderdown Flannels for Infants' Cloaks, beautiful designs, only.15o
Extra heavy Unbleached Drills, worth 7o, only. .... 5o
NEW FALL, DRESS GOODS.
Full line Cotton Plaid Dress Goods, double width, at only . 9c
Wucestershirc Worsted Plaid, yard wide, value 25c, at only..'. 15o
Victoria limeades, 30 inches wide, all wool, beautiful designs, at only.... 18c.
40-inch Canterbury Suitings, figured effeots^worth 35c, at only........... 24o
All-wool Tricot Flannels, excellent for school dresses, only..24c
Black Brocaded Brilliantine, all wool, 40 inches wide, at only... 10o
Ladies' Plush Capes, full sweep, extra long, trimmed in fur, only. 98c j
Ladies' Cloth. Capes, made of heavy Melton and nicely trimmed, only.... 98o j
50 Kersey Jackets, latest styles, in all shades, at only.. . 2.08
Full line Children's Beefers, in all colors, styles and sizes, from... .98cso 2 50
Ladies' Wool Flannel Waists, latest styles, in all colors, at only ..'. 95o
Ladies' Extra Fioe Tricot Flannel Waists, beautifully trimmed, only.. . 1.25 j
t NEW FALL. SHOES.
Thc splendid opportunity presented to purchase high grade Shoes at the
prioes we ask for them is one to be grasped. We are oaoh day in receipt of j
. shipments of our new Fall stock of Footwear, and ?? soo 5 -2 opened it is |
u j placed on display. We have many new styles of Shoes for Ladies, Men, j
S J MissesfBpys an Infants all at our well-known popular prices.
Ladies*Dongola Shoes, button or lace, heel or spring heel, at only98o
Ladies' genuine Dongohi Shoes, all sizes, button or lace, value $2.00... . .$1.39
Ladies' Fleece Lined Glovo ana Oil Grain Shoes, all solid, at only. O'S o
Ladies' Kangaroo Calf Shoes, button or lace, worth 1.50, at only........ 1.25
Ladies' Pebble and Glove Grain Shoes, button or lace, all solid,only.. . 98o
Boys' Calf Skin Shoes, sizes 3 to BJ, well made, at only. 98o
Hundreds of other good Shoes eouajly as cheap.
NEW IBOYS' CLOTHING & GENTS* FURNISHINGS.
A matchless stock and a beautiful assortment, coupled with honest prices,
for equal value are tho chief characteristics of our grand display.
NEW FALL MILLINERY.
? Our Millinery department is equal to the best in the city, tasteful and
well selected. By giving us a call you will convince yourself of thc fact.
Many-new things in this department. See eur Fihc Dress Hats.
FREE !-Handsome New Premiums just received. Hand Painted China
Tree. ^housewife's delight-a nioely arranged table. Buy your Goods of us
and get a Set of Hand Painted China FREE. Ask for Coupons.
LESSER & CO.t
ANDERSON, S, C., TJNP?R MASONIC T?MPLF.
And many .well-posted people predict that
it will go much higher, yet Domestics and
all Staple Cotton Goods GO DOWN at . . .
Best Indigo Blue Prints at 4 l-2c.
A good 28-inch Outing, 7c quality, at 4 V2o.
Good Cotton Checks, 5c quality/at 3 3-4c.
Good, heavy, short-length Cotton Brill 4 l-2e.
Yard-wide Sea Island, 5c quality, 3 3-4c.
Good, heavy, y ard-wide Shirting 4 l-2c.
Yaid-wide Shirting, heaviest made, 5c.
Good, yard-wide Bleached Muslin 4 l-2c.
A man's heavy, whole?stoek Shoe for $1.00; i
A man's solid leather Fine Dress Shoe for $1.00.
A man's Shoe for $1.25, as good a wearer as you will find
anywhere for $1.50. *
A woman's Glove Grain Heavy Shoe, with plain and cap
toe, heel and spring heel, solid leather, an all-around good
Shoe for $1.00
A Ladies' Dress Shoe for $1.00-wears well and looks well.
Some specials in Children's SchoorSJioes-prices low and
These are bona fide prices, and will hold good to all, You
will find everything just as, advertised.
Our books show the largest September sales this Store
has ever enjoyed; This has fired our ambition to move the
largest amount of
Ever turned out of any one Store in the City of Anderson
during the months of October and November,
j We have weighed weil the worth of tho hard-earned:
j dollar, therefore wo are putting before , the trading public
great crowds of ?bargains to be supplied from our great Stock.
We have deci^'ji to turn our
Big Lot of Domestics
The retailer will get the benefits of this large stock of
the substantials of life.
Gos e to soo us, it matters not how small your bill may
be. We want you to have the benefit of these offerings.
Weare out for a hustling,rousing ttade, and wo are
roaching to the four corners of the surrounding country.
You should investigate tho above prices and qualities.
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for Men, Women and Children.