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WEDNESDAY, JI NK 'Jo, 1H02.
The Fourth of Julv at Pelzer.
For a number of years the Fourth of
July tit Pelzer has been a memorable
occasion, attracting largo crowds of
people, young and old. from all the
surrounding country, who spend the
day in having a most enjoyable time.
This year the citizens of the town aro
determined to make the exercises sur
pass all previous efforts. They have
provided for a reunion of the Confed
erate Veterans from all parts of upper
South Carolina, and will make an
effort to secure the attendance of every
Various exorcises will be held on the
grounds of the Pelzer Athletic Associa
tion, including a grand parade, a bar
R'cuc, prize drills, sham battle, base
hall, horse races, foot races and bicycle
Dinner and free admission to the
grounds will be furnished to all old
soldiers and members of militia com
panies. All veterans an- requested to
report at the school building before in
a. in., in order to secure a badge and
receive instruction? regarding the pa
rade and other evi m> ni the day. < mly
one admission will he charged for the
entire day as follows: Gentlemen 23
cents; boys undei 1" years, l? cents:
latlies fror; graud stand, P'rciitsto all.
important .Meeting <>r Trustees of the
At ;i meeting ol the Hoard <il Trus
tees of tin I ! raded Schools held Monday
afternoon, the committee appointed
nom thai body sometime ago for the
purpose of investigating and suggest
ing proper steps to he taken in the
matter of enlarging the school facili
ties of the city schools, made their re
port and were reappointed to go be
fore the City Council without delay
and ask that provision ho made to car
ry this measure into execution,
The committee is composed of lion.
.5. M. .Sullivan, Dr. T. C. Walton ami
.lohn C. Wat kins, members of the
Board of Trustees. The Mayor has
been requested to call a meeting of the
Council as soon as a full attendance
can be secured, for the purpose of hear
ing this committee, and in os much as
the citizens appear to be solidly in fav
or of the ends sought by the Trustees,
I here is every reason ' to believe that
r.i ? oijncil will provide the necessary
' bis meeting the full number of
1 'o.-cb for the schools was completed
V ib.: election of .Miss Mamie L. Itrice,
of W inshore, ami Miss Edith Dargan,
Of Florence. Hot h tue graduates. Miss
Bricc from the College for Women in
Baltimore, and Miss Dargan from Win
throp und both have had experience as
A listof the teachers previously elect
ed appeared in the Intelligencer at the
Mountain Spring Nev.
Little. Julia, the intant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy, was
quietly laid to rest last Siiuiluy after
noon at this place. The bereaved pa
rents have the sympathy of their
friends. Had the little darling lived
until the 20th of this month she would
have been one year old.
Our friend, Edward King, is at homo
again, to the delight of his many
L;ist Wednesday c.ytMiing Miss Lillin
Murphy quietly entertained sit her
home her cousins, Missus Addie add
Minnie Scott and Miss Vadie Wyiitt.
The marriage of Mr. Ktlfus Koid and
Miss Lee Calluhum took place hist
Sabbath afternoon at the home of Kqv,
1). I. Spearman, and was quite a sin -"
prise to their friends. Miss .Callaham
is a. charming young lady of many
natural gifts, while Mr. Iteid is an in
dustrious young mnn. We wish the
liappv couple all the pleasure that this
world can afford them.
A (great number of our college
"chums'' have returned to their homes.
We are expecting) Mr. Editor, a pro
tracted wedding campaign to begin in
our Community during the fall season.
Mrs. Humor knows fourorflve "teams"
who have sealed their vows. Good?
for the preachers and merchants.
The Brushy Creek Singing Associa
tion met with the Corinth Church ou
the 22nd of June with n full attendance
of Professors and a large attendance of
visitors. Everybody seemed to enjoy
the Binging, as it \va3 very line, and
friends met with friends until every
body seemed happy.
Mr. JesBe Verniilliou and wife, of
Texas, are visiting their old mother
State. Their many friends are delight
ed to see them one*' more. By request
Mr. Vermillion tilled the pulpit at Cor
inth Sunday afternoou and preached
an able sermon.
After eight weeks of dry weather we
are having nice showers again, which
are doing wonders for our crops and
John Honderson and Warren Martin
exhibited cotton blossoms last week.
Oscar Pepper seems very glad over
his ten-pound plow boy.
Miss Sadie Kichey is visiting in our
fiidst. Some of our young men would
like her to remain with us.
Kohr. Henderson is wearing a broad
3iuile?it is a girl.
A protracted meeting will begin at
Fairview on the third Sunday in July,
ami at Corinth on the fourth Sunday
Watermelon patches are looking tine.
Adolphus Holder and sister. Miss
Bculah, of lola. visited relatives in
Omega Saturday and Sunday. Adol
ph u s has been calculating how long it
will take him to go to I'iekens, as he
has some attraction up there.
l'rof. John Urifliu, our former school
teacher, was with us Sunday.
l'rof. Henry Milford, of Anderson,
was at the singing at Corinth Sunday.
Everybody was delighted with Ins
singing. B. s.
Ou Thursday, June 10, at 13:30 p. m.,
the soul of little Carl, the four-months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shirley,
took its eternal llight after n brief
illness of cholera infantum. Every
thing that loving hands could do to
minister to his comfort and relief was
done but in vain. Though stricken
with grief, his loved ones cannot but
iake comfort in such a death, nud re
joice that all is well with their darling
und that he is safe in his eternal home
"to be forever with the Lord." May
God comfort the bereaved parents in
?lie hour of trial and distress. .
VP -? vo i want firat-clas3, up-to-date
IM?otw all on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their r? v Htudio next door to Ligon &
Jjodbett ?upstairs. Satisfaction ie ful
wgnitr* ?t?Hd to every customer.
FCTR RSXr?A neat 4-room cottage
on Hampton street. Apply nt this
The blackberry crop is very tine in
this section. The little coon can bo
Keen strolling along the hedges singing
a song of delight and wearing a broad
The recent rain was very much ap
preciated by our inrmers.
Quite a number of our young folks
attended Church at Keal's Creek last
C. Walter Fant has been on the sick
list for a few days.
J.M. Fant, of Townville. was in our
burg recently visiting his sister, Mrs.
C. P. Kay.
Ii. B. and H. IL Gaines, of the Kock
Mill section, were in our midst Satur
Several of our young folks expect to
attend the Union Meeting at Eureka
Church next Saturday and Sunday.
Your humble scribe had the pleasure
of attending a lawn party given iu
honor of Miss Lizzie King and brother
of Possum Kingdom at the residence of
J. P. iliiynie. A large crowd was pr?s?
eut and every effort was made 1?y the
home iolks to make the visitors enjoy
themselves and they succeeded admir
ably. Fnele George.
The following scholarships will be
awarded by tin; South Carolina Feder
ation i>l Women's Clubs:
Converse < College Five scholarships,
each valued at'.*10') a year, for four
years academic work in College.
I'resbylerinn College for Women?j
Columbia. S. C.?< 'ne scholarship val
ned at,.*1M) a yew. for four years aca
demic ? 01 k in < 'ollege.
Winthrop Ci liege?Two scholarships
in regular com se, one of tree tuition
for four years, i he ot her a loan scholar
ship from President Johnson, amount
ing to s?u per year for four years.
Greenville College for Women?One
scholarship of free tuition.
Chicora College?G wonville, S. C-- .
l'ne scholarship of free tuition.
Mrs. Ida M. Linuitig's Training
School lor Kiudergartners?Charles
ton, 8. C.-- Two scliolarships of free
The South Carolina Kindergarten
Association Training School?Charles
ton, S. C.--O11C scholarship of free tui
Mrs. I. A. Smith's School for Young
Ladies?Charleston, s. C.?One schol
arship of tree tuition. Examination
Alumnae Club School of Domestic
Science?Louisville, Ky.?Cue schol
arship of free tuition
Miss Ida McCullough's School for
( iris? Walhalla. S. C?Une scholar
ship of free t nil ion.
'I he examination for these scholar
ships will be hebl in each County July
nth and 12th. All applicants must tile
their names before July 1th with
Miss Louisa r>. Foppen heim,
Chin. Kd'l Dept. S. C. Fed.of W. C.
ill Meeting St.. Charleston, s. C.
Rock Mills Dots.
We have had plenty of rain for the
past week, ami all crops are iu a Nour
ishing coadir: .u.
C. 1). Jones, a young man of inven
tive proclivities, has, by his own ener
gy, skill and labor, built and erected a
unique contrivance for washing bug
Two negroes had a -hooting scrape
last week. They tired n shot each. 1c
would take whole newspapers to tell
the Jane of either party and it would
not look well iupriut, either.
Lev. J. W. ITniloy preached an ex
cellent sermon at Providence last Sun
Mr. Bailey is a very enthusiastic
preacher, for, by his many beautiful
metaphors and similes, and his logical
ly drawn conclusions, he holds the at
tention of his hearers.
Mm. Viola Williford wus sick hist
Hampton Tofld is quite sick.
W. L. Hem blue, agent for the Fos
ter Hook Co.. is de.ivoring books now.
Assignment of Delegates.
The Saluda Association convoues at
Mountain Creek Church on Tuesday
before the iirst Sunday in August.
The delegates from the Churches have
been assigned to the homes of the fol
Auderaoi), firut, C. D. Watson.
Anderson, second, J. A. McGill.
Brotidmoutb, J. T MoCowao.
Rig Creek, 1. C. Chaoiblee.
Helton, tirst, R. 11. Gained.
liHltou, f?cond, 'J'. W. Harbin.
Barker's Creek, J. W. Hal.'.
Bethanv, W T. Morris.
CroaB Hoadti, 1). A. Skeltor.
Cedar Grovel H. B. Dean.
Dorchester, H >b Norrie.
Kureka. 15. J. McCowan.
First (.'reek. J. C. Prultt.
Flat Kock, W. M. BurrUa.
Hnpuwoli, Mra. D. S. Cuatnblee
Hone* Pa h, J. it. Findiey.
Krowee, O. W. Hall.
Utile River, C. B. McCowen.
Lebanon, D. J. Harris.?.
Hong Branch, Mrs. Mat Chamblee.
Mountain Creek, W. L. McCowan.
Mt. BethH. Luttier Dean.
Mlzpah, J. X. ilillliouHf.
Ncal'a Creek, K. Master*.
Now Prospect, Walter Durrias.
O rville, Mr-. RottChamb.ee
i'endietou, Mm Sus*u Burrlas.
?'elzsr, firs', J. II. Master.
Pel/, r. second, M re. Dnlphos Bolt.
Poplar **prlngH, Kibert Ilarbtu.
Rocky Riv#?r, wrs. DhvI-.
Shady Urove J. N. Masters.
Salem, < . M. Findlsv.*?
Turkey Creek, W. J. Stevenson.
Townville, s. J. McGill.
I'm on, .j. i.. McGill.
Whl Um].), Whit Met'iure.
WiSllsin-ton, J. A. Hall.
Welcome, L. t.'. Hall.
Visiting Minister* und Messengers?
J. H. M ster?. J- .\ Hall, \V. J. sioven
bon, C. B, McCowau and C M. Findiey.
J. A. Hall, et? ni com.
All Classes Can Get It.
Tho grocprs who are handling "Clifton"
Klour are the ones who have the heat
trade and the tightest grip on it. ' Clif
ton" is a Flour of quality, and noes into
theJho'UPM ot penpio who want the hast
the market affords, and this applies in
this free country to all fr >m the lowest
to tho highest elation. No sumptuary
laws can prevent the humblest American
citizen from buying the purest aud best
Flour, and overy good housekeeper
knows Hhs tret.1! tho pursat anil beet when
Hhu buys ' Clifton."
Branaford Mills, Owensboro, Ky.
State Just What You Want.
There is a lot of the moat deairahle
trade that no one can get who doesn't
"Clifton" Flour. Users ot "Clifton"
can't be satisfied with any other kind.
"Clifton" has established a new standard
of purity and the hlgheat excellence. If
you have not used "Clifton" recently you
should by all means lu-struot your grocer
to send vou a Back when you order Flour
again. Don't let him persuade you he
has "something just as good." He r.jsy
be buying other so-called Patent Flour at
a little leas than he pays for "Clifton,"
and he naturally wants to push this on
you because he makes a few cents more
on it. Insist on having "Clifton" if you
want the purest and best.
Brnusford Mille, Owensboro, Ky.
MONK Y TO LOAN?A fr,.v thousand
dollars to lend on Land lor clients. Ap
ply to B. P. Martin, AtiOrney-at-Law.
I>o You Own a Sice Mare ?
If so, don't fail to breed her to Nelson
It, Green'? lino colt, Diamond Dee, Reg.
No 33,785, now making the season for a
limited number of mares at R. B. Find
ley's Stables, McGoe'a old stand, Ander
son, 8. C. The best bred Horse lu the
Churns! Churns! Churns! A lot of all
sizes of the celebrated Cylinder Churns
Just received. Brock Hardware Co.
Jobbers prices on "Schapps," "Early
Bird" and "Blue Jay" Tobaccos. Low
est prices on Flour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Vandlver Bros.
ENGINE FOR RA.LE?One 15 H. P.
Engine, with 2o JJ. P. Boiler detached, |
all in good order. For pri?e and terms
enquire al m? ollice. J. .J. Fretwell.
LU:e all other McCormick Machines,
McCormick Hay Rakes are ballt on hon
or. It is by far the strongest and most
perfect! v constructed Rake on the mar
ket. You should certainly not buy a
Rake until you have examined the Mc
Cormick, for it is the Rake of all Rakes,
and the acknowledged monarch of th.?
grcss field. Sullivan Hardware Co will
be pleased to demonstrate to you the
pointa of superiority of the McCormick
If you think that your ?rain in too
Hinall and too thin to be saved by a
Count's Seven-Finger Cradle and prefer
h Fourteen-Finger Josh Berry. Sullivan
I Idw. Co. have threo styles Cradles, lilted
with us good blades a-> can lie bought,
Many farmers are careful in the selec
tion of n Mower, but careless in selecting
a Rake. There in um much difference be
tween a good und n sirry Hike an there
is between good and sorry Mowers. You
can sutler km much annoyance by slight
lug the one as the other. The McCor
mick Hay Rake sold by H't'Uvhii Hdw.
Co. is so much belter than any others
tbat Its superiority is apparent at the first
glance of any one who 1ms any knowl
edge of mechanical construction. Kind
ly compare them ami bo convinced of the
truth of this assertion.
During the Hummer kidney irregulari
ties are oft?u caused by oxc-s-slve Urink
ing tor being overheated. Attend to the
kidneys at once by using Foley's Kidney
Cure. Evans Pharmacy.
We oiler this week hundreds of pairs
of Sample Shoos at prices to please. Come
quick while we have your number. Pri
ces on tiiese Shoes too cheap to quote.
Are yon uncertain or doubtful as to the
beHi (Jrairi Cradle to buy? Auk your
neighbor who hav one ol the old Seven
Finger Count's Cradles if ho would ex
change it for one ot any other style? In
all probability he would toll you that he
would not, and in doing so he. dlsplr.ys
his wisdom. Experience has demonstra
ted that they un? the host gratti-'-tavera
manufactured. They are sold by Sulli
van Hdw. Co. j
Ten Years in Bed.
R. A. Gray, J.P., Oak ville, Ind., writes,
"For leu years I whs conilned to my bed
with (Usasse of my kidneys, it was so
severe that I could not move part of the
lime. I consulted the very best medical
skill available, but could get no relief un
til Foloy'a Kidney Cure was recommend
ed to me. It has been a godsend to me.
A good Mowor aud Rake will soon
save enough urain to pay cost of same.
The liest machines to buy are those most
simple in construction and those that will
roquire the fewest repairs. If you will
ask the owner of a McCormick which
machine to buy he will tell you that his
investment in a McCormick could not
have been more wisely made. Act on
his experience anil accept his endorse
ment aud buy a McCormick from Sulli
van Hdw. Co.
Wanted?Everyone who owns a South
ern Patent Well Fixture to know tbat we
have the Buckets and Valves for this Fix
ture on baud at all times. i
Brock Hardware Co.
Light Rolls, Biscuit and Cake
Depend more on the Flour than on the
cook. You cannot make good, light, ap
petizing bread with po.?r Flour "Clif
ton" is the frlerri of every broad-maker
?a pure, rich Flour of unrivaled quality.-1
All the wealth of the wheat is retained.
ITae "Clifton" and your bread and cuko
will be light,sweet and of delicious flavor.
If you have kidney or bladder trouble
and do not use Foley's Kidney Cure you
will have only yourself to blame for re- j
suits, as it positively cures all forms of
kidney and bladder diseases. Evans
Chronic bronchial troubles and summer
coughs can be quickly relieved and cured
by Foley's Honey aud Tar. Evans Pb&*
Wise Merchants. *
The wise Merchants of North and
South Carolina are giving ua business,
bocauso they see at a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber's or Middle Man's profits.
Merchants, we ask you who Lave never
seen our lines of Hosierv, Pants, Cloth
ing, Shoes and Hata drop us a card and
let one of our Salesmen call. You will
see at a glance it is to your interest to be
numbered among our grow jr list of
customers. We sell only to Merchants.
Wishing you a prosperous New Year?
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, 8. C,
Try a guaranteed box ot Wilbur's Cat
tle Powders tf your stock are not shedding
and in ^ood condition. J. S. Fowler.
.Mon \v saved is money made, and to do
this on n farm you must have the right
kind of farming implements and the best
labor-saving farm tool nn the market ia
our Keystone Adjustable Weeder. Call
and let us ahow them to you.
Brock Hardware Co
Was Wasting Away.
The following letter trom Robert R.
Wat.s, of Halom, Mo., ia Instructive: "I
have been troubled with kidney disease
for the last rive years. I lost tlnRh and
never felt well and doctored with leading
physicians and tried all remedies sugges
ted without relief. Finally I tried Fo
ley's Kidney Cure, aud less than jwobot
tles completely cured me and I am now
souud and well." Evans Pharmacy.
In tha .Spring all Horses, Cattle and
Poultry need a Spring tonic. I have the
best?Wilbur's Cattle Powders. Guaran
teed. J. S. Fowler.
W. H. She^^r, Surveyor, Yon will
find me at Dean >v Katliffe'a. Long dis
tance Phone at my residence.
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
Daniel Bante, of Otterville, Iowa, writes,
"1 have had asthma for three or four
years and have tried about all the cough
and aathtna cure.--; in the market and have
received treatment from physicians in
New York and oth?r cities, but got very
little benefit until I tried Foley's Honey
and Tar which gave me immediate relief
and I will never be without it in my
house. I sincerely recommend it to ail.
No good health unless the kidneys are
sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the
kidneys right. Evans Pharmacy.
You will llnd a big stock of Victor
Sweop Wings, all sizes, at Brock Hard
This is our greatest year. We are
proud of our record, and are ut riving by
every honest means to win von for a oua
tomer. Give ua a trial If you have never
done so before. Vandlver Bros.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for sale.
Large and small Palms a specialty. Mrs. .
J. F Cllokscalea, 242 North Main St. I
There are Bargains
Are Bargains I
But, Oh! Such a Difference.
A Bargain has been defined a "gai nful transaction," because it procr?es
profit or advantage to the purchaser. Some folks are deceived by what they
are led to believe are Bargains until they fail to find the profit?the advan
tage which is not and never was there. "Sorrows remembered" may "sweeten
present joys," but that won't recoup the money squandered. There's no de
ception in this Store's Bargains, unless it be that Goods are better than our
claims for them But it makes people good natured to be deceived that way.
Here is a Bargain that you caunot duplicate elsewhere for the same style
and quality of Goods :
Egyptian Tissues and Foulards,
Sold for 20c and 25c yari reduced to 10c.
These Goods are of this season's make, no old stock or hard stock. We don't
want to carry these over, hence th'j reduction.
You will fiud many, many other Bargains in this Store that will be worth
your while to take in. This is the season for price reductions, and you will
be surprised at the big values we oiler.
You will always fiud our Stock thoroughly up-to-date.
iSunnner styles in Millinery are of dainty, graceful shapes, with a wide
range of trimmings. ^
Pretty effects in Parasols for those who want protection from the sou
rays. A big assortment of?
Gloves, Fans, Hosiery, Underwear, Etc.
Ju fact, you cau find almost anythiug you want in Summer wear at pleas
Oxford Ties, Slippers and Shoes.
Common sense ao well as style can be purchased reasonably at our coun
ters. Good, wearable fibres, etc , for all sorts of occasions.
When in Town don't fail to visit our Store, or send us your orders.
Samples sent at any time.
Agents for McCall Bazar Patterns?10c and 15c. None better.
HAVE BARGAINS TO
1)0 you wr.r-t '-o save money ?? Do you want your hard-earned dollar to go
a long ways ? Come in and sec how cheap prices will be given inside the
REAt>, READ, READ!
100 Spools Crochet Silk, all colors.special sale 4c
25 doz irood Thimbles, all siecs, worth 10c each. " " lo
15 doz Feather Stitched Braid, white and colors, 'per bunch. " " 4c
5 doz Ladies' Leather Purses, worth 50c. 14 " 1 l*c
6 doz Lace and Muslin Pillow Shams, val. 35c, per pair.... " 44 22c
5 doz White Counterpanes, ready hemmed, val. S5c. 44 50c
5 doz.Ladies' Mercerized Silk Parasols, val. $1.00. " " 50c
S doz Jockey Club T'oiTet Soap, perfumed, 3 cakes in box.. . " '* 20c
4 doz Hair Brushes, extra good quality, worth 30c. " " 19c
5 doz Boys' Waists, all small sizes, value 25c. 44 44 1.2 Ac
15 dozen Ladies' Leather Belts, regular sold for 35c and 40c. 4 4 4 4 19c
20 doz Ladies' Bleached Gauze Underyests, lace effect, val. 20c t; 41 12c
lOuO yards Embroidery Applique, real value 15c. 4; 41 8c
10 doz Cadies Blaok Lisle Thread H?Be. value 12^c.. " 44 Sc
25 doz Ladies Fancy Hose, superior qualify, Value 20c;." 41 ' *v 11c
100 yards linen color All Over Lace; value 40c.T. .. 4 4 4 4 ?5c
20Q..yard* lincu color Lace Applique, value 12*?*. 14 ,4 7Ac.
350 yards Embroidery.Insertion, 5 and G yd. lengths, val., l?c v?44?r~ " ' 9c
18 doz pure Linen Window Shades, worth 25 and 35o. 44 44 ISc*
One lot odds and endslrigh grade CorBets, worth 35c and 40c. 44 *) 22c
5 ^oz Ladies Broooh and Belt Pins,,value 25c. 4' 44 15o
10'doz LadiefFine Japanese Fans, value 30c. *' \? 19c
100 yards,fine Silk Fancy Garter Webb, value 12c. 44 44 7c
10 Ladies'fine lace trimmed Handkerchiefs, value 10c. 44 44 6c
8 doz Ladies pure Linen Handkerchiefs, made in Ireland.. . 4 4 4 4 4c
4 doz Infants Caps, trimmed with lace, worth 15c. ** 44 5c
150 yards Embroidery, value 5c.. 44 14 2$c.
100 yards N. Y. Mills BJeaching, value 15o. 44 44 10c
200 yards lace striped Dimity, worth regular 10c. 4* 44 5c
225 yards Window Curtain Soritns, extra good, value 12o. 44 4 4 7c
100 yards Black Mohair, 40 inch wide, all wool, value 75c... 44 44 50c
250 yards solid color Organdy and Lawn, nice quality, val. 12c 4 4 4 4 7Ac
200 yards fine silk atripe colored Organdies, value 35o. 44 44 17Ac
175 yards Corded Frenoh Batistee, value 25c. 44 44 12?o
325 yards White Lawn, sheer quality, value lOo.)... 41 44 6c
100 yards Pepperill Mills 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, best made. 44 44 22o
150 yards soft finish Sea Island Peroale, value 12c. 4 4 4 4 7Ac
Special Skirt and Shirt Waist Sale ! For the next thirty days we place on
sale our entire lino Ladies Waists and Skirts at 50c on the dollar.
Our entire line Ladies Shirt Waists, former prioe 50c .special sale 15c
Entire line Ladies White Lawn Shirt WaiBts, former price 40c. 4 4 44 15c
One lot odds and ends in Ladies fine white Waists, were S1.25. 44 *' 50c
One lot Ladies All Over Lace Shirt Waists, for. price $2. 75.. 44 44 1.25
Lot Children's Dresses, made of fine Frenoh Ginghams, val. 50c 44
Small lot Ladies Wash Underskirts, value 50o. 44
Lot fine P. K. Skirts, former price ?2.00. 44
Lot Ladios Black Cheviot tailor-made Skirts, value $4.00_ 44
Special Shoo and Slipper Sale ! We have about 600 pairs of Ladies High
Grade Slippers and Sandals that we wish to olose out at a sacrifice, and we will
out prices to the none for the next thirty days. Don't miss this opportunity,
and take advantage of this Great Shoe Sale.
Lot Ladies Silk Vesting Top and Pat. Vamp Slippers, value $1.50. $1.00
Lot Ladies' 2-button, l-strap Sandals, value $1.75. 1.25
Lot Ladies' 3 strap Sandals and extension sole Slippers, value $2.00.. .. 1.50
Lot 3-strap and 2-button Southern Tie, value $2.50. 1.89
Lot Ladies enamel pat. leather Slippers, extension sole, value $2.00... . 1.25
Lot Ladies genuine Dongola Shoes, value $1.75. 1.39
Lot of Misses patent vamp Sandals, value $1.25. 75c
Lot Gents patent enamel Oxfords, value $2.50. . 1.75
Special Bargains in our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
lesser & Oo.,
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE. LEA.DER8 OF LOW PRICES .
IT 18 EASY TO ASK FOR
Prepared for the use of critical buyers. From
25c. to 40c. per pound, according to the flavor.
By actual test one pound of this Coffee will go as
far as two pounds of cheap Coffee, and you have
the best Coffee t hat is roasted.
O. &c O.
Is especially blended for ICED TEA at 75c. a pound.
C. FRANK BOLT,
THE CASH GROCER.
Our Buyer, who is now in the Eastern markets looking
after Mid-Summer Wearables, has been very fortunate in
securing some of the greatest values that have ever been put;
before the people of Anderson and vicinity. Below we give
you an idea of the many interesting things we are showing :
One lot Dimities and Lawna, regular 8c values, we sell for... SV!
Three thousand yards of Remnant Lawns, regular price in piece 10c to
25c, now.\..... 5c
One thousand yards oi Lappett's Swiss, 15c quality, to go at. 8c
One thousand yards Lonsdale Cambric, remnants, from 1 to 15 yards... 7?c
500 yards Wamsetta and New York Mills Bleaching, in remnants.7Jc
One lot Long Cloth, remnants.:. 5c
One lot English Long Cloth, very fine quality, 12 yards piece... .$1.00 each
Ten pieces Batiste, per yard... 4Jc
Fifteen pieces Organdie, elegant quality, per yard.?. 6e
One piece hemstitched Table Damast, 60 inches wide, per yard.75c
One piece hemstitched Table Damask, 72 inches wide, fine quality. 85c
One piece hemstitched Table Damask, 72 inches wide, best quality.81.25
A beautiful line of Ruffled Curtains, per pair, from...81.00 to 81.75
25 dozen Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose, assorted styles, reduced from
25c to. . .19c
1000 yards Cannon Cloth-.6}c
Five. gros9 Axmoui's.Fine Art Toilet Soup, (three ?akes -to. box,) to in
troduce this Sqap we make the price.. .. '...18o a box, 65c dozen
That were formerly sold afc-r
15c cut to.10c
20c cut to.12?c
50c cut to. . . 35o
Tor Men, Women and Children.