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?.'E PNKSDAY, M AV 1 I, 1902.
Saturday last, May 10th, was Me
morial Day, and there weat forth from
home loving and patriotic hearts
to do honor to the brave dead and
scatter sunshine among the living
heroes of our lost cause. A special
feature of tho occasion was the presen
tation to the old Veterans crosses of
honor by the Indies of tholtobertE.
Lee and Dixie Chapters.
By 10 o'clock, tho hour fixed for the
beginning of the ceremonies, the Court
House .Square was lilied with hundreds
of people full of lofty impulses and
anxious to unite in paying respect to
the ?.nemory of the dead and to the
living men of the Southern Confedera
cy. Those who love Howers and chil
dren and sunshine beheld with a thrill
of pleasure hundreds of children
grouped on the Court House steps and
around and in front ot the Confeder
ate monument. In their little hands
they carried roses, honeysuckles, lil
lies, wreathes of evergreen and all the
beautiful and fragrant blossoms.
Shrubs and trailing vines that are
kissed into lite by the sun of spring
time, and their dainty dresses were HI
keeping with the brightness und
sweetness of their Moral offering.
These Howers were used to decorate
the monument. A wreath <>l roses
were placed about thc brow of the
maible soldier and one ol' evergreen
Innig upon ib?- shoulder, others were
laid at the feet, around the base a ear
pet of roses were strewn and the rail
ing around the monument festooned
with roses, vines and shrubs.
Adjoin ning after the decoration ot
the monument to the Court room,
(jen. M. I.. Honhnm, master of cere
monies, introduced Kev. Mr. Kelly,
who ollere?! a fervent and appropriate
praver. This was followed by music
from an orchestra led by Mrs .1. !>.
Maxwell. Interrupting the program,
Mrs. S. Hinckley advanced bearing a
solid silver waiter graced with lovely
dowers tastefully blended into a most
exquisite boquct, and in behalf of the
ladies ot' the H. K. Leo Chapter, pre
sented them to Gen. Honham asa token
of their appreciation of his promptness
ami willingness in serving whenever
called upon. Tin- General's face re
dacted much surpris?' but gt eat pleas
ure, ami in accepting and thanking the
ladies his lippiuciution ot tlx- honor
r'"i ?i him waa very evident. Turning
ii- .; rbis to the program he proceeded
. . liver in bis inimitable style the
. ss of tho occasion in w hich, the
. i ? ol' the lost cause, the home-com
ing of our heart-sick ami ragged
.Southern soldiers, was made to shine
with far more luster than the honor
ami pomp and booming ol' cannon and
acclaim of tile people that greeted the
victorious armies ns they passed in re
view nt Washington.
The bestowal of the Southern crosses
of honor came next. The names of the
old Veterans were called, anti, as they
advanced to tho rostrum, fair hands
would pin the crosses of honor on their
breasts. These crosses are iron,
bronzed, M?ltese pattern, small and
without jewels or ornamentation. The
pin from which it is suspended basa
plate for the name of the Veteran, and
the ladies request that each Veteran
have his unnie engraved upon this
plate, ottering to defray tho expense in
cases where tho Veterans do not feel
able to do so. The eagerness with
which tho Veterans pressed forward as
their ?ames were called to secure these
badges of honor showed the value they
placed upon them. The pure hearts
and fair hands bestowing these marks
of honor anti distinction imparted a
luster and brightness to iron that can
never be dimmed by silver or gold or
When the name of Maj. G. W. Cox,
recently deceased, was called ti**ery
pretty incident occurred. Under the
rules ot* the Chapters tim crosses de
scend to tho oldest representative. In
the absence of Judye W. F. Cox, the
eldest son, Air. J. T. Cox, the next son,
was called aud with a titting tribute to
the dead Veteran the son was present
ed with tho cross by the master of cere
monies. In accepting the gitt Mr. Cox
made a short but eloquent address,
which was much admired and appre
Among the old Veterans present was
one bearing a tattered Hag of tho Pal
metto Sharpshooters. This was Mr.
C. L. Heed, of Company C, and when
his name was called, at the suggestion
of the master of ceremonies, tho dag
was waved above him and tho state
ment made that this Veteran had been
almost as badly shot to pieces as the
dag, his body bearing the scars of no
less than ten wound* received in bat
tle. This was greeted by loud and un
restrained applause while the old sol
dier stood a picture of unaflected mod
At this stage of the program Mrs. A.
P. Johustonesnug a lovely solo, entiled
"Good-bye Sweet Day. ' It was ex
quisitely sung and the silence and at
tention of the audience showed that it
was admired by all present.
It was then stated that thc ladies
had something to say to thu Veterans,
and Miss Eleanor Cochran, of the Dixie
Chapter, an unusually bright and tal
ented young lady of this city, was in
troduced. With a sweet smile and
indicating not the slightest trepidation,
Miss Cochran advanced tuthc rostrum,
and in a clear, unfaltering voice spoke
as pure and as beautiful sentiments as
ever fell upon thc ears of obi Veterans.
They wert- told of their great deeds of
valor and the inspiration following
which would keep alive for lt ges in t he
hearts of succeeding generations thc
love of their gallant forefathers and
invite them to high ami noble deeds.
Mi>.- Cochran deserves great credit,
and fi om the complimentary remarks
made, she is icoeivin . it.
Col. .J. N. Brown Made the closing
address on behalf o the Veterans.
He eulogized the j.Hvate iu rank w ho
"smelt powder," .md suggested that
the ninny whose reticence kept them
from pushing forward and claiming
the honors due them, should be hunted
up and the crosses of honor bestowed
upon them. In closing he directed the
thoughts of the Veterans tu tho fuct
that their days were numbered, and
exhorted them to so live as to be pre
pared for the great march across tho
river to join their comrades gone before.
A Brilliant Party.
Belton, S. C., May 12, 15)02. j
Mr. Editor: The lawn party given by
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shirley at their
pleasant homo, near this place, Satur
day evening, 18th inst., in honor of
Mr. S. M. Jones, of Edgelield, S. C.,
and Mr. Hice and accomplished sister,
Miss Florence, and Miss Beniah Leach,
of Hopewell Township, was a brilliant
social event. Mr. Dan Jones and Miss
May Hunter were on the committee of
arrangement, and every effort was
made Dy them to make the event one
of much pleasure, and in this they suc
ceeded admirably. Twenty couples
ace- r >d invitations and wore present.
The lights that were displayed on dif
ferent '?arts of the lawn made the scene
ono o> great brilliancy. Music was
aise? furnished on the lawn. These
voui.g people made many friends dur
ing their briel visit l^re, and we are
anxious lor them to come again,
au-.- A Gwcst.
Death of Rev. T. Charlton Lig?n.
The Columbia State ot yesterday
contained the following notice ot' the
death ol thc above named gentleman, a
former citizen ol Anderson:
At ?.'-i? o'clock yesterday afternoon
the Kev. Thomas C. Ligou, the editor
ot' The Way ot Faith, and the minister
of the Gospel Tabernacle here, passed
away at his quarters in the Tabernacle
building after a brief illness ot' peri
tonitis. 11 was known yesterday morn
ing that there was no hope lor tho nick,
man and the i nd was patiently awaited
by himself and his loved ones.
The Kev. Tiioman Charlton Ligon
was one ot' tho most faithful members
of the South Carolina Conference, fie
was a son of Wm. Jackson Ligon and
Louisa Caroline Seihels, and was born
in Lexington County on August HO,
1858. ii?' was educated thoroughly by
his father. Mr. Ligon from early child
hood felt that his calling was that of a
minister of God und as lie grew up
that conviction became more pro
nounced. At '-?7 years of age lie enter
ed the ministry.
* ?ii December 1*, 1870, he married
Miss Mary Elizabeth Towers, daughter
ol Alexander 15. Towers, of Anderson.
Tin-six children are Man'Charlton,
William Jackson. Alexander Tower?,
Louis Lucien, Daniel Kotiert and
Mr. Ligon entered thc South Caro
lina Conference on trial in December,
1885. In 1880 lie sci veil on the Town
ville circuit: from 1887 to IH'JQ on the
1'iedmont circuit; from 1891 to 18?K? on
the Lexington ciieuit; from ix?.!to 181)5
on the Leesville circuit; from ix?; to
I>l?s on the Kock Hill circuit and at the
city mission; ami from 18?KI to MOO at
Dnriru MIK) the Kev. J. M. Pike, who
h;ul <'li: "ge ol the oliver Gospel mis
sion herc ami was editor of The Way
of Faith, resigned his position und Mr.
Ligon was elected to succeed him.
This mission is not limier the control
of the confeienee and Mr. Ligon could
not retain his membership therein. He
thought his duty called him to the
work and he bravely undertook it.
He has accomplished much since he
took charge, ami in his death the mis
sion sutlers a distinct loss.
The above announcement will be
read willi sorrow throughout this
County, for no man was better known
or more highly esteemed by our people
than Mr. Ligon. Coming to Anderson
willi his parents in his childhood days,
he spent the greater portion of his life
herc In lssj |,c was elected Judge of
Probate for this County, and two years
later was re-elected to serve another
term. He w as a most ellicieiit, accom
modating ollicial) ami no doubt could
have served many more terms in the
same office hail he so desired. He wan
truly a ?rood man, and has gone to
reap the rewards of a well spent lifo.
The remains were brought to this
city yesterday afternoon and carried to
the First Methodist Church, where the
funeral services were conducted by
Kev. M. L. Carlisle, of Columbia, who
cunio up with the bereaved family. At
the conclusion of the services the body
was laid to rest in Silver Brook ceme
A Fatal Affray.
Lust Saturday afternoon about 2
o'clock an unfortunate affray happened
nt the home of K. Jolly Poole, one of
Anderson County's best citizens, who
lives about three miles north of the
city, which resulted in the shooting
ot Enoch Crawford, a young negro
niau, by Mr. Poole's eldest son, Kailey,
about 1* years of age. Crawford was
employed on the plantation and after
dinner on Saturday did not wont to go
back to the tiela to work. Young
Pool?*, who was in charge of the work,
his father being absent from home,
ordered the negro to go to work, where
upon the latter began cursing the
young man, plying some very vile,
dirty epithets. Young l'oole went into
his room, placed ' his mstol in his
pocket, came out nud awaiti ordered the
negro to go to work. The negro then
turned to nt tuck young Poole, who
pulled his pistol and shot him, the ball
entering the lower bowels. Crawford
lived until Monday night. Yesterday
morning Coroner Kanister held an in
quest over the body. There was no
evidence ns to who did the shooting,
oud tho jury returned a verdict that
the deceased came to his death from a
gunshot wound indicted by a person or
persons unknown to them. Young
Poole does not deny shooting tho
negro, but he could not be forced to
testify against himself.
Yesterday afternoon the young man,
accompanied by his father, carno into
city nnd surrendered to Sherill' Green.
Tubble & Prince were engaged to rep
resent the defendant. Lust evening
the young man, nccompunied by the
Sheriff und one of his attorneys, went
to Abbeville to appear before Judge
Klugh and secure Iiis release on bond.
Like his father, Kailey Pooleisa
most worthy, upright young man, and
all of his friends know that he would
not have shot the negro except in self
defence. The deceased was n mean,
impudent negro, and it is said that on
account of his fussy disposition could
not hold a situation long with any per
All Day Singing at Mt. Airy.
Tb? singers ot llnn-by Creek Town
ship met nt Mt. Airy (.'touch laai Sunday
afternoon und ..raaiostetl what i* to bo
known H- Hie Mruehy Creek Singing
Convention, i h.* following otlicers and
committee, ?n? .OMI? neineuts wei? elected:
i ) ......rc-.) ll. Tripp, President; W. t?.
Murphy, VH'H Pr?-??ident; Jae. Ko el anon.
Secretary. C ?mui'it-**)-Mt. Alrv. J. ll.
Sherill'; Kathida Cnarlle Childer*-; Mi
lium), MiieH Merrili; St. Pani, C. J Kl li
non; Abbot's Chapel, hdwnrd Watson;
Fair View, Harrison Foster; Corinth,
Holey Wyatt; Piekena'a Crispe1, Elihu
Piuken?; Mt. Piegub, Luther Bagwell;
Mt.Spring*, <?n'-rg?? WiglngtoD.
It was deel led to have an all day eing
ing at Mt. Airy next Sunday, 1Mb i nat.,
begloi lng I romptly at 10 o'clock. ?aob
of the above named committeemen ls re
qiuiHted to circulate the new* a* tuucb a*
posible through his cnn m um ty, and
urge a full attendance.
Profs. J. A. Durham and M. L. Willis
have been invited to wine HUII lead in
Ibo feifiglni;. Let every elngpr In tbe
T.uvnsbip come and bring his biok, end
let's have a singing choir second to nona
in the county.
The public lu goneral is invitad, and
let evervbody bring a singing honk and a
basket. J. IL Tripp, Proa.
Kev. T. P. Lide has gone to the
Southern Kaptist Convention at Ashe
ville, ?. C., consequently there was
no service in his Church as this place
Your correspondent attended the
Presbyterian Church last Sunday. At
tho close of the service, tho congrega
tion ^having previously determined to
erect a Presbyterian College at this
place, elected tho,following trustees:
M. M. Hunter. H. P. Sitton. K. O. Har
ris, Leard Newton und Samuel Mc
I Crary. I fail to lind words to express
my gratification at th? thought and
certainty ol thc establishment of thia
Capt. J. C. Stribling deserves great
praise. Ile furnished conveyances to
a number of Confederate Veterans on
the 10th to go to Anderson to re
ceive their Creeses of Honor. His
kindness is very much appreciated.
Camp Tallie Simpson authorizes me
to tender their thanks for the kind
treatment of the ladies of tho two
Chapters of the Daughters of tho Con
federacy at Anderson. The program
was well gotten up, and each one did
their part well.
The ladies of the town gove an en
tertainment last Friday night at the
school house for the benefit of the
Methodist Church, which was very
much enjoyed by all who attended, lt
was enjoyed so much that they wore
asked to repeat it, which will be dono
this week. They realized quite a nico
Furmnn Evans andsister, Mrs. Ham
mond, visited their brother, E. G.
Evans and family Saturday and Sun
day. Tell Tale.
Jobbern prices on "Schapps," "Karly
Hird" and "Hluo Jay" Tobaccos. low
est pricoH on Flour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Vandiver Uros.
We oller tbiH woek hundreds of pairH
of Sample Shoes at prices to please. Come
quick wh'.lo we have your number. Pri
ce? un these Shoes too cheap to quote.
What ia Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer: Iii? made from a prescrip
Kcriptbm of a leading Chicago phvsieian,
ami ono of the most eminent in the coun
try. The ingredients are the purest that
money can nay, and are scientifically
com blued to yet their utmost value.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Merreti, Finch, \.rk., .writes :
' Foloy'a Horny and Tar ic. the nest prep
aration for collah*, colds ano lung trou
ble. 1 know tliHt it bax cured consump
tion in tho fir.it stages.'' Evans Pharmacy.
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kid ney? tilter the impurities
trout the blood, and unless they do thia
good health is un poa* i bl?. Foley's Kid
ney t'ure makes Hound kidneys and will
positively eur? all forms ?if kidney and
bladder disease. It strengthens the
wind? system Kvans Pharmacy.
If yon makeinquiry it will bo a reveal
tion Lo voa how many succumb lo kid
ney or bladder troubles In ono form or
another. If too patient is not beyond
medical aid, Foley'? Kidney Cine will
cure. Ii never disappoints. Kvans
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates mid ctn safely tte niven to chil
dren. Evans Pharmacy.
Traveling h Dangerous.
C ?iistrtut motion jar? tho kidneys which
are kept in pluce in the body by delicate
attachments. This is the reason that
travelers, trainmen, street car men, team
sters and all who drive very much auder
from kidney distune in some form. Fo
ley's Kidney Cure strengthens the kid
nejsaud cures all forma nf kidney and
bladder disease. Geo. il. Ilausan, loco
motive eugluser, Lima, O , writes, "Con
stant vibration of the engine caused me
a great deal of trouble with my kidneys,
sud I got no relief until I unod Foley's
Kidney Cure." Evans Pharmacy.
Heel Sweeps will soon be in demand.
Sullivan Ildw. Co. have them, both the
Terrell and the Victor.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness. Evana Pharmacy.
A good yield of colton or com will de
pend iu a largo measure on the kind of
Cultivator or Side Harrow vou may havo.
Many (armers will differ as to which is
tho lie-' implement of tins kind. In or
der to catch and to satisfy nil Sullivan
Ildw. Co. have a line that comprises all
of the desirable patterns manufactured.
Tho Perfect, tho Kornau, the Terrell and
the Klondike. An expression from you
as to which you want w^uld bo appre
ciated by them.
You never hoard of any one using Fo
ley's Honey and Tar not belug|satis?ed.
Diamond Points for Harrows are car
ried by .Sullivan Hdtv. Co.
Terrell and Roman Harrow Tooth can
bo bought from Halli van Ildw. Co.
The Only Reason You Don't.
A great many people are using "Clif
ton" Flour row who a .year or two ago
had no idea of doing BO. They didn't
know the merits of "Clifton" Flour, and,
in a way, they were satisfied with what
they were getting. It was good enough
so long as thoy didn't know about "Clif
ton " But it wouldn't be good enough
now. '1 hey know about "Clifton" now.
You don't know about "Clifton" floor,
perhaps, and the other kind ls good
enough for you. But it won't be when
you know all about "Clifton." You
might as well learn about it now. WA
want to tell yon and to demonstrate all
we say. If you investigate and we don't
make good, you are not out anything.
But if we do make good (and we will)
you will have gained something. If you
prefer a good family floor, "White
Fawn" will satisfy you. It is milled
with the same care and out of the same
Branaford Mills, Owenaboro, Ky.
The wise Merchants of North and
South Carolina are giving us business,
because they see at a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber'? or Middle Man's profits.
Merchant**, we ask you who havo never
soon our lines of Hoalorv, Pants, Cloth
ing, Shoes and Hats drop us a card and
let one nf our Salesmen call. You will
see at a glauco it la to your Interest to bo
numbered among our grow,jg list of
customers. Wo sell only to Merchants.
Wishing you a prosperous Now Year
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, S. C.
Wanted-Everyone who owns a South
ern Patent Well Fixture to know that we
. have the Buckets and Valves for this Fix
ture on baud at all times.
Brock Hardware Co.
Try a guaranteed box ot Wilbur's Cat
tle Powders if your stock are not shedding
and in good condition. J. S. Fowler.
Money saved is money made, and to do
this on a farm you must hi- "o the right
kind of farming implement? nd the best
labor-saving farm tool on tb 1 market is
our Keystone Adjustable Weeder. Call
and let us Bhow them to you.
Brook Hardware Co
In the Spring all Horses, Cattle and
Poultrv noed a Spring tonic. I have the
best-Wllbur's Cattle Powders. Guaran
teed J. 8. Fowler.
Churns! Churns! Churns! A lot of all
sites of the celebrated Cylinder Churns
just received. Brook Hardware Co.
W. H. Sheare;, Surveyor, You will
find me at Dean & Rat I life's. Long dis
tance Phone at my residence.
You will Mod a big stock of Vt oto <
Sweep Wings, all sizes, at Brock Hard
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 yon have never
done so before. Vandiver Bros.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for ?ale.
Large and small Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Clinkscalea, 242 North Main St.
When you want first-class, up-to-date
PHOTOS call on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their now Studio next door to Lig?n <fc
Lodbot' ar-upstairs. Satisfaction ls ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
If BO you are tho one we want to see most,
for here you will find an excellent line of
Shoes, Slippers, Oxford Ties,
Etc., that are to be iound in our city. Thia line embrace? all that ia corree*
in Style, Quality, Fit, etc, and when these pointe are considered the prices
are especially attractive. The Men, Women, Children, Misses and Infants
can fiud what they want in this line. We want your next Shoe bill. There
ia no risk for you, as you get a guarantee that's good. Possibly you haven't
bought all your
If not, we can interest you with our Stock of Muslins, Lawns, Organdies,
etc. They go at special sale prices.
All thc New Trimmings in Lacc-3, Appliqu?es, Bands, Galloous, Medal
lions, etc. Wc make special meuliou of our All Over Embroideries, All
Over Lace?. Also, a new line of Embroideries, Insertings and Edgings just
See our P. K's., Dimities and White Goods.
Our Black Dress Goods are Second to None.
Our Colored Dress Goods are the prettiest.
Full line of Hosiery, Underwear, Novelties, etc. *
Also, Fanb and Parasols in a splendid assortment.
It's to your interest to do your Millinery business with us. All the new?
est ideas are here. The prettiest Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Swell
Hats. Ribbons in all the tints and colors. Our entire Store is filled with
Goods that please the eye and purse of the economical as well as the extrav
When in town make this Store your place of business, and it won't take
long for you to realize that here you get the very best values that are to be
Your orders receive special attention, and samples sent wheu wanted.
Agency fur McCall Bazar Patterns-10c and 15c. None better.
Lesser & Co.
Grand Opening1 Sale of New Spring Goods.
Our New Spring Stock is now Complete.
THIS MAMMOTH STORE is abloom with New Spring Merchandise.
Shelves and counters are piled high with the choicest products money and
brains could get together. DRESS GOODS. WASH GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS and GENTS' FURNISHINGS, all OP a
broader, more lavish scale than any previous Spring since the birth of this
mercantile enterprise. We have brought here this season the grandest, most
comprehensive Stock of New Spring Goods ever seen in this city.
Wc invite you to call and inspect the New Goods. Tho, encouragement
that comes with success has spurred us on to greater achievements, and this
Spring we'll make tho welkin ring with values that will turn the full tide of
Spring Trade to the doors of the LESSER BIG STORE.
Every article quoted below is 25 per cent less than you can find them
priced elsewhere :
20 doz. Ladies Colored Border Handkerchiefs at. lc
15 doz. Ladies White Handkerchiefs, nice quality, worth 5c, at. 2c
25 gross nice Pearl Buttons, worth 10c, at per dozen. 5c
20 doz. Felt Window Shades on rollers at only. 8c
50 dozen Pure Linen Window Shades, worth 35c, at.;. 19o
10 doz. Ladies Steel Rod Parasols, fast black, value 65c, only. 39o
5 doz. Ladies Fine Silk Parasols, regular value $1.50, at only. i)Sc
G doz. Boys Waists and Shirts, worth 25c each, special. 15c
One job lot Ladies Leather Belts at only. . 10c
100 White Counterpanes, ready hemmed, value $1.25, at. 79c
50 doz. Ladies Bleached Gauzu Undervest at only. 5c
10 doz. Ladies Pompadour Combs at only. 10c
5 doz. Childrens White Lawn Caps at only. 10c
WASH GOODS BARGAINS.
With a stock of Wash Goods that cannot be surpassed by any retail Store
in this section, and prioes ruling under any and all other Stores in this city,
we start an April Sale of Fine Wash Goods and White Goods that is unprece
dented in this State :
Beautiful line Fine Batiste, sheer and exquisite, worth 12?c, at. 8o
1000 yards Colored Lawns and Dimity, value 10c, at. 8c
2000 yards Remnant Colored Dimity at only. 3o
1500 yards Engydine Batiste, value 10o, at only. 6o
2000 yards New Spring Percales, light and d?rk ground, value 10o, at.. .. 7?o
500 yards Reversible Chambray at only. 5o
Big line New Ginghams and Madras, special per yard. 7c
36-inch Chambray, regular value 12Jo, at only.10c
800 yards White Lawn, worth regular 5c, at only. . 24o
1000 yards White Lawn, made to retail at 10o, our price. 5c
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Our Black Dress Goods Department is more popular than ever this season.
We are showing the most correct novelties for Spring and Summer wear :
Blaok Granito Broche Fancy Goods, 40 inches wide, at only. 20o
48 inch Black Mohair, worth 50c, at only. 35c
40 inch Black Mohair, worth 35c, per yard. 25o
NEW SPRING CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHINGS, &C.
New Mens Spring Suits, very extra special at.$3.25, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50
New Mens nnd Boys Caps, value 25c, at only. 10c
New Gents Four-in-Hand Ties at only. 10o
New Boys Hats at only. 10c
Nev Mens Colored Collars at only Four for. 5c
Now line Mens Linen Collars, all sizes and shapes, at only. 5c
New line Boys Knee Suits, worth $1.00, at only. 75c
New line Meus Percale, Madras and Cheviot Shirts, worth 50o, at. 24c
New line Mens Fancy Socks at only. 5o
New line Mens White Alpine Hats, worth $1.00, at only. 50o
NEW SPRING SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
NEW SPRING MILLINERY.
New line of Chinaware relived for F?ee Premiums.
Ask for Coupons.
LESSER & co.,
ANDERSON, S. C., UNDER MASONIC TEMPLF.
Fresh Florida Vegetables.^
Snap Beans 10c. quart.
Lettuce 5c. head.
Celery 10c. stalk,
New Crop Irish Potatoes,
SPANISH PEANUTS foi PLANTING 5c qt. or 40c peck.
C. FRANK BOLT,
THE CASH ! GROCER.
To swell Kay sale? we have decided
to put out.
For Next Week, commencing
Every Department in this GREAT ESTABLISHMENT
will offer something
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These inducements will be for
So gather together your loose chango and be ready for us.
We can't always call attention through the newspaper
columns to all of our Special Sales, so we suggest
Every time you are out to make a purchase.
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