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WEDNESDAY, MAH. 12, 1902.
A Worthy Effort.
The Robert E. Leo Chapter, U. D.
C" asks the aid and the interest of
Confederate organizations and of in
dividuals who honor and love the doad
Confederacy in n work of love which
they have undertaken-that is, the col
lection nnd preservation of Confeder
ate relics. Much of great interest ha?
been irretrievably lost in those hard
years which followed tho downfall of
the .Southern Confederacy, and unless
what remains is collected and pre
served, a few more passing decades
will leave ns little to tell of the brief
lived Confederacy as there now is to
tell of the years when our grandfath
ers aud great-grandfathers starved and
froze and fought in our first war for
independence. It is notuecessury that
the articles bo given; if tho owner
prefers he may loan them, subject to
recall at any time. Wo have secured a
glass caso which is to be placed in a
lire-proof building, probably tho Court
House, and tho relics are to be locked
within. Everything is to bo marked
with tho name of the person giving it,
and in that way keep before the public
the ninnes of thoee who fought for
Carolina. Nothing is too small to be
of interest. Those who wish to com
municate with the ladies on the subject
may address Mrs. R. C. Webb, Secre
tary of the R. E. Lee Chapter, or Mrs.
J. R. Vandiver, Chairman of tho Relic
Committee. Gentlemen being on tho
Square may find it more convenient to
speak with Mr. R. C. Webb or Mr. J.
R. Vandivor on the matter. Either of
these gentlemen will convey informa
tion to the ladies.
The lovely spring weather of the last
few days is hailed with delight by all.
Even the birds are twitting and trill
i?g (their songs of gladness that the
cold dreary days of winter are over and
. ie balmy days ot spring have come.
Tho gardens long delayed will now
he planted with seed which should
have boen put in thu ground in Janua
ry; had tho weather been favorable.
Farmers who have utilized the wet
weather by hauling home their fertili
zers will now go to work putting it in
the soil, sowing spring oats, planting
corn, &.C They all agree it is lute to
sow oats, but those sown in tho fall
have been killed by tho severe aud
continued cold of tho past two months.
So they uro going to risk sowing now,
if it is late. Wheat is also badly hurt
by tho recent, freezes, but may como
out and do better than it gives promise
of at present.
Mr. J. W. Major, of Denver, was
married on the ~.)th ult. to Miss Ella
Garrison, of Greenville. Mr. Major is
one of our best citizens, and his many
friends congratulate him on winning
such an estimable lady to preside over
his household. She left many warm
friends to come in our midst, but no
doubt will succeed in winning by her
amiable disposition fully as many here.
Miss Bessie McWhorter left foo Ma
con, Ga., Monday to take a business
course in the Georgia Alabama Busi
ness College. We wish Miss Bessie
success and a bright future.
Mr. R. A. Reeves, oue of our former
citizens, who moved near Townville
last fall, is here on a short visit to rela
tives. Ho is well pleased with his new
Mr. Bub Simpson was hero last week
on a few days visit to his father and
other friends. Ho is in business now
Mr. Will Shearer, tho Surveyor, of
Anderson, came to Denver to-day to
survey some land for W. E. Eskew, Jr.
Mr. Ed. Hughes, of Orangoburg, was
the guest of Mr. W. D. Garrison's fami
ly last week.
. Mr. John L. Jolly is in Columbia as
sisting in the erectiou of somo line
Mr. Sylvester Elrod has moved his
stock of merchandise to Portman and
is doing a fine business there selling
Mrs. S. A. E. Major and little grand
daughter, Ada Blackman, have gone
on a visit to relatives at Williamston
. Mr. Marshall Blackman's son, Handy,
had his leg broken recently by a tree
falling on it while ho and an older
brother wore chopping in a new ground.
Dr. W. S. Hutchison set tho limb and
the young man is slowly recovering,
but it will be many weeks before ho
can walk again.
Mr. John Rice has a little boy sick
Tho friends of Mrs. W. D. Garrison
will bo sorry to learn that she lia? been
quito sick for tho past ten days. She
is thought to be some better no w.
Mr. A. E. Browne is still quite ill and
does not seem to improve.
Wo aro having sonic Spring-like day o
which aro very much appreciated by
all, and makes us think winter has
The farmers aro pushing their work
along rapidly for the last few days.
Mr. J. R. Henderson has put up a
griBt mill and is now ready to grind
your corn. This waa much needed in
this community and will no doubt
he heartily patronized.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Foster, of Pickons
County, visited the latter's parents,
..Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Wyatt, last week.
There will be a singing at Fairview
?>*>xt Sunday afternoon. Preaching by
tl o pastor, Rev. C. W. Lowdermilk, ir
ti." forenoon of the same day.
TLio young people of our community
enjoyed a '?pop-corn popping." given
byW. and Mxs.G. N. Wyatt last Fri
da?he?ie?lth of thte place 5*
Mr. John Craig, of Easley, visited his
Slater, Mre. L. R. Henderwn^last; Sun
We have had a few days ot typical
spring weather and our farmers are
making good use of it.
Kev. Daniel Hatcher preached at
Shiloh last Sunday. After preaching a
conference was held and tho Church
extended an invitation to the Anderson
County Singing Convention to meet
with us in May next. This convention
meets twice a year-in May and Octo
ber-nnd is presided over by Mr. John
Eskew. Tho first Sunday and Satur
day before each of the above named
months is the limo of meeting. A most
pleasant time is anticipated, and all
well behaved people are invited and
will be welcome.
The Bible Institute will meet with
Shiloh on the second Sunday in April
and Saturday before. These lessons
aro very instructive and should be at
tended by all Biblo students.
Among those pr?sent?t Shiloh Sun
day from other points were : Kev. Mr.
Hatcher and wife, from Anderson ; J.
W. Brock, from Hart County, Ga. ; W.
C. Burriss and wife, from Mountain
Isaac Johnson, an industrious colored
man of this neighborhood, suffered a
heavy loss during tho recent rains. Ho
had five head of cattle drowned in a
canebrake on Generostce, below Ma
jor's Mill. The Edwards darkies also
lost one cow the same way in the same
pasture. Such calamities are truly
heavy and cannot fail to bo deplored
by every right thinking person.
Pigs are scarce in this community
and command fabulous prices.
Wo have decided to give tho news of
out settlement weekly if thc weather
don't get too cold or too hot, or wo
don't get too lazy or too busy.
Tile oldest inhabitant comes forward
with tho stereotyped exclamation, The
worst winter in years! But we are
going to have an early-also favorable
-spring. So mote it be.
Mr. .Ino. McClure, of Anderson, has
moved into our midst.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
li. P. Black was buried in tho Roberts
cemetery Monday, Keb. 21. The be
reaved ones have the sympathy of a
host of friends.
There was a most enjoyable dance
given at the residence of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Walter C. Burriss, of the Mountain
Creek section, on Tuesday night, Feb.
""i. It was highly enjoyed by all those
present. The participants were: Miss
es Lois, Bessie and Lola Burriss, of
Mountain Creek; Lucy Carter, of Rob
erts; Mona Burriss und Katie Cray ton ,
of Hollands. Messrs. Rufus and Mareil
Chamblee, of Mountain Creek; Rufus
Carter and Clarence Jones, of Roberts;
Lawrence Hall nndl.X. Holland, of
Hollands. Mr. and Mrs. Burriss cer
tainly know how to make tho young
people enjoy themselves, and it will
long be remembered by all who were
There was a mad dog in our commu
nity recently which created quite a
sensation for a while, but was killed
after biting n dog and several chickens
for Mr. Black.
The farmers are busy hauling fertili
zers home, despite the muddy roads.
There was a considerable hailstorm
in our vicinity last Thursday night.
Corner Creek Shirtings.
Spring seems to bo dawning on us
and everything is putting on now life.
The farmers aro fooliug better, for th o
beautiful warm days permits them to
perform their farm duty. Wo aro al
ways made to feel glad when spring
days roll around.
Supervisor Vandiver wasin our midst
to-day to let out a contract for the
building of a bridge over Barker's
Creek, near W. G. Johnson's residence.
Mrs. B. F. Gassaway has been very
ill during tho past week.
"Citizen" Ashley says that we can
now tell tho dear voters of Anderson
County that ho will be a candidate for
the State Senate, and will bo in tho
race to the finish. Josh declares ho
will beat any man in the field for the
ellice. He has no platform to speak
from but will mako n red-hot light on
his record in tho House for tho past
twelve years. So tho people know his
record and can act accordingly.
This community seems to be well
pleased with rural free delivery. Our
mail carrie.-, Mr. Dickson! isaporfect
gentleman, and does all in his power to
please and accommodate the people on
Tho congregation at this place last
Sunday wussiuall, but had the pleasure
of listening to an excellent sermoi. de
livered by the pastor, Kev. J. M. Lag
We are glad to note that Mrs. i\ C.
Fleming, who has been critically ill, is
convalescent and hope to soon seo her
Sloan Miller, of Easley, worshipped
at this place Sunday.
W. W. Fleming spent Sunday with
C. W. Browning.
Tho proper way, says tho constable
of Easloy, to escort your girl to Church
is to let her go down one aisle and ho
down tho other.
Several of our young people attended
the singing at Mountain Springs last
Sunday afternoon and report a fine
Mrs. Hannah King and family, from
near Piedmont, visited relatives in this
The small grain crop is looking bad
for the time of year.
Onr school still continues to run.
The attendance is somowhnt abated,
but not seriously. Sharp.
Pot Plants and Out Flowers for sale.
Largo and small Palma a specialty. Hrs.
J. F. Cllnksoales, 242 North Main St.
White Plains Items.
Well, ns we have not seen anything ]
from this community recently, we will
try and give you a few items which may
interest som ot your manv readers.
There was a singing at this place last
Sunday afternoon which was enjoyed by I
the largo crowd present.
llev.D. I. .Spearman tilled his regular
appointment at this place and preached
a very interesting and forcible Hermon
to a large congregation last Sunday
MesHiH. Jim and George Spearman
attended the singing ut Mountain
Springs last Sunday afternoon. They
are occasionally seen up on that side.
Some attraction up there, we pr?same.
Messrs. Walker Fleming and Walter
Browning, of Shiloh, attended Church
at this place hist Sunday.
Mr. Phonso Browning visited this
community Sunday afternoon and car
ried his neut girl to the Mountain
Miss Itosa King visited the Misses
Guthries on Sunday.
Mr. Robert Spearman, who is en
gaged in tho mercantile business at
Piedmont, visited his home folks and
worshipped here Sunday.
The Sunday School at this place is in
a flourishing condition ander the man
agement of Jim King.
A certain one of our young men seems
to be greatly hurt over tue frequent
visits of some of the Mountain Springs
boys on this side. Come again, boys,
we will not let him hurt you.
Thc health of this community is very
good, with tho exception of colds and a
few cases of measles.
Ii the rains continue the farmers are
going to be as far behind with their
work as they were last year. There
has been very little farming done as
Hauling fertilizer seems to be tho or
der of the day.
The school nt this place is doing fine
under tho management of Mr. Neal.
Does not Mak? lt.
Your grocer may be perfectly conscien
tious in recommending another Flour to
be Just as pura as "Clifton," but he does
not and cannot know it to be so, because
he has notbing to do with its making. It
behooves you, therefore, to buy an abso
lutely guaranteed Flour-one that the
Anti-Adulteration League puts its regis
tered trade-mark on -and such a Flour is
Bransford'a .'CliftoD. ' It is not only ab
feolutelv pure but it ls the best winter
wheat Patent Flour in the market. Ask
your grocer fur it. For ?alo by Harrison
<fc Co., OHlioriie A, Purnoo, Yaudiver
Bros. and J. C. Osborne iu Anderson.
Our "White Flour," (half patent.) or
..Spotless," (straight,) is jual an nure, al
though not HO white an "Clifton."
Pneumonia Follows a Oold,
Hut never follows tho use of Foloy's
Honey and Tur. lt ?tops the cough, heals
and strengthens the lungs and alfords
perfect security from au attack of pneu
monia. Refuse substitutes. Bold by
Nothing NO cheap or MO durable as a
fence made of Poultry Wire. This Wire
ls carried in all heights and sold at low
est prices by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures coughs and onida.
Cures bronchitis and at-thma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial trouble.
Cures pneumonia aud la grippe.
Hold by Evaus Pharmacy.
A Hame that Hts any Collar. Slightly
grooved ou front to tit perfectly into
those "whang-sewed" Collars into which
you have possibly had so much trouble
Utting a Hame
We offer tbis weok hundreds of pairs
of Sample S boen at prices to please. Come
quick while we have your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too cheap to quote.
Gough Settled on her Luogs.
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs," says N.
Jaokson, of Danville, 111. ' We tried a
great many remedies without relief, un*
til we gave her Foley's Honey and Tar
which cured ber." Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
This is our greatest year. We are
proud of our record, and are striving by
every honest means to win you for a cus
tomer. Give us a trial if you have never
done so before. Yandiver Bros.
Crystal Metal Farm Bells that have the
greatest volume of sound, moro suitable
in tone and can be heard farther than any
Bella of corresponding size and price on
this market, are sold by Sullivan Hard
Best farmers buy beat Plows from Sul
livan Hdw. Co.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected is liable
to cause pneumonia which is often fatal,
and even when the patient has recovered
the lunge are weakened, making them
peculiarly susceptible to the development
of consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar
will stop tho cough, heal and strengthen
the lungs and prevent pneumonia. So'd
by Evans Pharmacy.
A good Heel Bolt will soon be in great
demand. A shoddy Bolt gives great an
noyance. 8ullivan Hdw. have good Heel
Bolts which they want you to examine.
Every farmer is now beginning to pre
pare his land for the coming crop. In or
der to succeed he must exercise good
judgment in the selection of his Plows
and Agricultural Implement?. An in
spection of Sullivan Hdw. Co's, tremen
dous stock of these goods will convinco
him that this reliable C.rra is beat prepar
ed to furniah such supplies in this line as
may be required. The large stook, low
prices and fair treatment accorded each
custoraer.entitles this Arm to the thought
ful consid?ration of every wiso f-trmer.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment ls
prepared to cure Piles and DOES IT in
short order. Easy to apply, every box
guaranteed, OOo. and ?1.00. All druggleta
or by niall.
Williams M'fir Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
For sale by EVANS PHARMACY.
Jobbers prices ou "Schupps," "Early
Hird" and "Blue Jay" Tobaccos. Low
est prices on Klour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Yandiver Bro?.
If you want u bet of Knives and Forks
for ChriMtmas don't fall fo inspect tho
line carried by Brock Hdw. Co. They
study lo please thoir customers, and their
large sales in thia lino is ovidenco of their
thorough knowledge of what will btmt
meet the requirements of their patrons.
A Severe Cold for Three Months.
Tho following letter from A. J. Nus
baum, of Bateavllle, Ind., tells its own
story : "I suffered for three months with
a severe cold. A druggist prepared me
some medicino, and a physician prescrib
ed for me, yet I did not improve. I then
tried Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight
doses oured me." Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Practice economy by doing your own
blacksmith work at home. By so doing
vou can soon BSVO the coat of a set of
Blacksmith Tools, if bought at the low
prices a* whloh Sullivan Hdw. Co. are
offering inese outfits.
When you want first-class, up-to-date
PHOTOS call on GALLAGHER BROS..
at their new Studio next door to Llgon &
Ledbetter-upstairs. Satisfaction ls ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
Foley's Kidney Core makes the kid
neys and bladder right. Contains noth
ing injurious. Sold Dy Evans Pharm spy.
Pocket Knives for the mes. and boys
a tremendous stook of most carefully se
lf toted Pocket Cutlery la offered by Brock
Hdw. Co. Special designa to ault the
^Mumail.'lt min irtMWiin II IV ' ^-tfutV-'-r
THOUSANDS OF NAMES .
Of level-beaded people of good taste and
judgment aiv on our list of oustomers !
OUR advertising is done with the sole aim of inducing a trial purchase.
After that our courteous, business-like methods, and the goodness of our
Goods keep thc people coming bank regularly. Many nickels and dimer? you
will save by making your purchases at THE MAGNET.
Head the following List :
Three-Hook Brown and White Collar Pads, they go at 19c each.
0'J-8-3 Trace Chains at the remarkably low price of 33o per pair.
Padded Backhands, worth H5o, at 23o each.
Old-fashion Heel Bolts only 5c each. Best Harness Leather Hame
Strings only 8c each. Light Clevises, usually sold for 10c, our prioe 5c each.
Heavy Clevises 9c?eacb, or three for 25c. 8 and 10-inch Monkey Wrenches,
buy a dozen or less as you please, 25c each. A good Claw Hammer at only
10c each. A solid Steel Claw Hammer, the 50o kind, como early if you want
one for 25c. Good Hatchets 10c and 15c each. Solid Steel Hatchets, a tempt
ing value at 25c. Try our 25c Handsaw. Padlocks 5, 10 and 15o each.
Mill Saw Files, 6old for 25o, our price 15o. Cross Cut Saw Files, 25o kind,
only 20o. Handsaw Files 5, 7 and 10o each. Harness Riveters, considered
big values at 40c, our price 25c. Shoe Nails, two packages for 5o. Best Sole
Leather 35a lb. Shoe Hammers 8c each. Shoe Knives 10c each.
We have thousands of little things that add so much to the comfort and
pleasure of the home. If you want the BEST we believe that you will be
satisfied with what wc sell you, and the price that we ask we are sure will be
a pleasure to you.
JOHN A. AUSTIN AND THE MAGNET,
Mext to Post Office. High Prioe Breakers and Low Price Makers. |
But a little of your time to find how Cheap
we sell the very Newest Merchandise car
ried byan Up-to-Date Dry Goods House!
Just now we are receiving New Goods for Spring trade,
and having "struck" the market right we are selling them at
what you will call Bargain Pi ices.
A. new line of Dress Ginghams, worth 12 l-2c, to go at
10c, and so on through our Store. You will find big values
that cannot be had elsewhere.
This season's sale of White Goods,, Embroideries, Etc.,
have been decidedly better than we anticipated. Why ? Be
cause we sold them cheaper. You always need these, and we
will sell the balance of our stock of White Goods, etc., at the
same reduced prices. 12 l-2c Lonsdale Cambric at 10c. 10c
Lonsdale Cambric at 8 J?-3c.
Big Specials in Bleachings.
We are showing new Remnants in P. K, Dimity and Per
Possibly you will need some more Winter Goods. If so
can't we talk Winter Goods to you ? We will make it very
How about your Shoes ? Do they give good service ? If
not let us sell you your next Shoe bill. You get a guarantee
with your purchases. ,
These are opportunities that will be worth your while to
investigate ; sc when in town call on us or send us your or
ders-they will have just as careful and prompt attention.
Write fox Samples.
Agency for McCall's Bazar Patterns-?Oe and 15c.
New Fashion Sheets just received.
MOORE, ACKER & CO..
Wholesale and Retail.
No More Cheap Shoes I
A few weeks ago we advertised our entire stock of old aud shelf-worn
Shoes at Cost. We did not expect such an extraordinary demand, but we are
pleased to biala that the stock of these old Shoes has been reduced to the
point that we shall be compelled to advance tho price after February 1st to
the original price, with the exception of about one hundred pairs of small,
unsalable sizes, such as Ladies1 No. 3 and 4, and Men's Nos. 6 and 7. Our
stock of New Shoes is complete in every particular of style and shape, and
were bought with an eye single to quality. We don't care to offer any more
shoddy Shoes in thia market. It doesn't pay. Our price may seem high but
the value is in the Shoe.
Our biggest bargain now is tho magnificent selection of
COTTON AND ALL WOOL JEANS,
Which must be closed out before Spring. They are first-class in every respect
and are a bargain at our regular prices. Our special Cut Price makes them
the happiest feature of the season.
You will find our Store aa heretofore the mecca of thrifty, careful Cash
JPlaxita tiori Supplies,
Where you get every pound you pay for, and 16 ounces of satisfaction g:t ir
an teed to every pound.
Cash Trade ia what we want.
It will pay you to buy for Cash
DEAN & RATL1FFE.
The Busy Store.
D. S. VANDIVER. E. P. VAN DIVER
ANDERSON, 8. C., JABCABY 8,1902.
TO THOSE INDEBTED TO US :
WE are' cc"irelied to collect what is owing to us
in order to pay our debts, and if you owe us,
either Note or Account, we must huve the money
or some satisfactory arrangement in the next few
days, or such claim will be placed iu the hands
of our Attorney for collection.
VANDIVEE BROTHERS, and
VANDIYER BROTHERS & MAJOR.
Is the First Anniversary
of our Organization........
And we think it nothing bat just that we expr?s? our high
appreciation to our friends and tradii g publie for the large
patronage given us during our first par. Notwithstanding
many trying difficulties that all line J of business have had to
contend with during the past year, ve feel that our record
has been veiy good indeed. We appreciate the confidence
that has been placed in us, and expect to merit during this
year a larger share of your business than In the past Our
watchword is forward.
Wo are laying before this community and the trade an
Fine Stock of Goods.
We have great facilities for buying. As our outlet is large
we can buy in larger quantities, and that enables us to give
the best values for your money.
We find, also, that to be an up-to-date business house we
ma?t discard the old way of doing business-selling Goods
on twelve months time. Cash or prompt thirty and sixty
day payments are our terms, and we will expect payment at
the expiration of thirty and sixty days. It takes a large
amount of money to run our business in order to keep pur
Stock fresh and bright. .
We have now an unusually large and attractive line of
Spring Goods in the house and on sale.
Our Buyer will leave for the market at once to get ready
for Easter business, this being the second trip that we have
already made to market. ?
This week we would like you to visit our Shoe Depart
ment. Men's $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50 Shoes-good,
dependable wearing leather, and very stylish.
Ladies, Misses and Children's Spring Oxfords in and on
Special sale this week of Silks at 35c and 50c per yard
Great values and are taking like wildfire.
Again thanking you for the past year's business we are
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for Men, Women and Children.
Lesser & Co.
Extraordinary CLEARANCE SALE.
BEGINNING TO-MORROW THURSDAY, JANUARY 23d, tho re
mainder of our line of Fall and Winter Goods to be slaughtered at half value.
We do not oare to carry Goods from season to season. With every new season
we offer Fresh Bargains, therefore balance of this season's Goods must be
sold.. We must make room for our large Stook of Spring and Summer Goods
which will soon be piling in on us. Prices will be made on all Fall and Win
ter Goods that will insure a olean sweep.It ie our policy to carry nothing
from one season to another that a prioe will sell.
Price Reductions throughout the Store a Half and oyen More.
Yes, it's right after Christmas, and that's one reason why we offer ?uoh
remarkable reductions: Nothing like bridging a, dull time, if possible. To
buy now means a saving of about one-half.* .
Such temptations are all over the Store. Make your purchases before it
it is too late.
Clearance Sale of Notions.
John J. Clark's best Spool Cotton,- three Spools for* only.. ...... 5o
Curtain PoleB and Trimmings, complete each, only. 24o
Extra heavy all-wool Fascinators at only .. .. 18o
Children's Black Hose reduced to only. A ."..."..-. *. ....... |o
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Undervest. worth 25o, only... ................. loo
White Quilts, ready hemmed, was $1.00, now only .... :-.69c
Ladies' Fine Leather Purses, worth tegular 25c, now..> ...'....... 10o
Featherbone Corsets^best quality, value 50o, now/,-.. 35o
Miases' Blaok Wool HOBO, was 20o, sale prion..-.. 10o
Child's Wool Tam O'shanter Caps, real value 25o, now..-.. 12o
Misses' Blaok Hose, size 6 to 9, reduced to. .'. So
Ladies' London Kid Gloves, all chadee and sizes, value $1.00, reduced-to. 79o
Infants' Vests, former price 10o, sale price..... ................ ?:..-.. Bo
Satine Comforts, extra heavy, largo size, reduced to..95o
Ladies* White Linen Handkerchiefs, value 5o, for thiB sale. ....'.... 2Jo
Pure Linen Damask Towels, warranted all linen, at only... 18o
Clearance Sale of Dry Goods.
Our entire line Frenoh Flannelettes reduced to only.*. ..-'. 6o
Our entire line of 10c heavy Outings reduced to-. . To
Cotton Eiderdown Flannels, valuo 20o, sale price. . - 12o
All Wool. Jeana to close out, was 30c, now. :.. 23o
Turkey Red Table Damask, faBt colors, at. ....... . 24o
Unbleached Canton Flannel, was 10o, now.........? 7o
Extra heavy Flannel for Underskirts, value 25o, now.. -18o
Full line Bed Tic at.. .5, 6. 7, 8, 10,^12 *nd 15c
Full lino Bleaching ai.......... .5, 0, 7,S and ive
Wool Plaids, 40 inches wide, beautiful quality, reduced to.. 18o
Clearance Sale of Ladies'Waists and Capes.
All of our Ladios' Flannel Waists, wera $1.23 and$1,50. ohoioe now.... 75o
All of oi?- Ladies' Plueb Capes, were $5.00 to $8.00j ohoioo at.Half Price
All our f 'n?ld's Reefers, wore $2.25 and $2.50, oh 'ne now at..._v ; $1.48
Clearance Sale of SI ss.
Ladies' Dongola Shoes, laoe and button? at only. 98b
Ladios' Fine Kid Shoes, button or lace, heel or spring heel..,. $1,48
Ladies* Kangaroo Grain Polish, Floeoe Lined, were $1.50, now;... ... 1;23
Ladies' Glove Grain, button and laoe, were $1.25, now.... .........98o
Men's Heavy Police Shoes, all solid, value $2.25, now, ?.. . 1.7&
Men's Winter King Shoes, calf lined, doublo sole, value $3.00, now.1.88.
Men's Vioi Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, only.,... . . . N1.98
Men's Calf Skin Shoes, Lace or Congress, value $1.50, now. 98o
Clearance Saleo f Boys* Clothing and Men'sTurntehings.
Boys' Wool Knee Suits, worth $1.00, sale price. 75o
Men's Cotton Undervest reduced to.. 20a
Gentlemen's Neck Ties reduced to. 10o
Gentlemen's Pore Linen Collars, all sizes, value 10c, now.. 5c
Gentlemen's Wool Double-Breasted Overshirts, D'alui $1.00, reduced to.. 69o
500,000^^Embroideries at.... .5, 6, 7, 8,10, 12 and l&o
FBEE l-Ha^d-Painted China Free. Buy your Goods of
us and get a set o? hand-painted China free. Ask for Coupons.
ANDERSON, S.O., YJN1>BB MA80H?C %maWH*;?