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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10. P.I?2.
Portman J'atii About Completed.
The electric current from l'ortman
will be turned on Friday unless some
thing altogether unexpected happens.
The engine at the station in the city
will be put out of servie? and tho cur
rent, which lights tho city and fur
nishes the power to the minor indus
tries will come direct Jl/onday. Ander
son cotton mill No. 2, which has been
closed down since the SOfc'i of December
last) will bo starUA a .rain by power
Work on the dr mi? rapidly nearing
completion, llj tho VOtli ol'October nil
finishing touche swill have been pilton
and the dam will stand one of tho
finest works ol' masonry iii the Stair.
All of the work on both sides of tin;
break lias been completed, :?oi> feet of
the break completed except thc coping,
and the last UKI feel io ?? I feet high ul
the lowest jmint, M'hich is HI feet ubove
the Hood gates, The water was turned
on yesterday and the turbines and elco
trica I machinery is being tested. The
current could be given the City beton;
Frida}', but tho management want, to
make a thorough test and seo that
every thing is working smoothly.
The work accomplished in repairing
and remodeling this dam has been re
markable. In little over six months
time, 17,0iK) cubic yanks of solid ma
sonry has been laid, or put in, and two
months of this time was consumed in
putting in coller-dams. Tho Superin
tendent, Mr. J. C. .Sullivan, deserves
great credit for the arrangements of
his plant in a manner which gave him
from the start the very best facilities
obtainable and his splendid manage
ment of labor.
The restoration to the cotton mills
and the City ot this great power, means
very much to Anderson. It will not
only bring a new impetus in every de
partment of business, giving employ
ment to hundreds now idle, but it lifts
from tho shoulders of the stockholders,
many of whom aro our binding business
men, a care which required much time,
thought and responsibility, and leaves
them frne to take up other matters
looking lo the material developmeut
The loss resulting from tho washing
.?? rr ny of th? dam at Portman will reach
$1.10,000. The new beginning means a
pr?..nise ot recoupiueut and those com
P'i'ing the Anderson Water, Light
; . i Power Company will, in all prob?
is.nty, niko up very soon other schemes
they had in contemplation prior to the
?)neemher <ijsfl.sr.itr. Thr?H years ii"O
there was incorporated in the charter
of this Company, by Act of the Legis
lature, the power to own and operato a
trolley system in and outside of tho City
of Anderson, and tho writer waB told
sometime ago by one high in authority
in this Company that us soon as the
work ut Poitman was completed and
oft' hands, the trolley scheine would be
The Recent Meeting at Orrville.
Kev. Tho?. II. Leitch, who recently
conducted a series of meetings at Orr
ville, contributes the following article
to the columns of The Woy of Faith in
regard to the meeting :
Weare uaw nt Orr Mill, Anderson.
A new church, just finished, and this,
the tirst meeting, is owned ot God.
We lind mnny who belie ve and some
who professed the blessing of entire
sanctification. Much that ie objec
tionable to the doctrine Is* found here.
One man says it is a sin to drink lemo
nade. Another will not eat a piece of
pie if the crust had a particle of lard in
it. Another would not use a tin pan
loaned a neighbor because tho neigh
bor greased tho pan with lard. Of
course these things have nothing to do
with tho doctrine, but tho devil uses
these things' to keep the people blind
ed against the blessing thur, como to
those who, by consecra ti on and faith,
claim the all-cleansing work. Oed is
blessing our meeting with scores of
bright, clear conversions, who stand i
and declare that in Jesus1 nume they
are made whole. Many'are seeking
the cleansing blood. Forty-two have
united with the church during the
week. We will press the battle here
through this week arni expect to close
OD the Slot. I ?nu LriiBMUK tho Lord io
open the way to attend the fall meet
ing at Leesville.
Christian Temperance .Yorkers.
These workers will hold their fourth
annual meeting in Chester, convening
at half-past 8 o'clock Thursday ! even
ing, September 18th, nud closing on
Sunday. The people of Chester will
extend a heart-felt welcome to this or
ganization, both for their own and the
work's sake. All chapters and bands
are urged to send representatives to
this important gathering. Reduced
railroad rates and hospita! homes will
be furnished to all delegates and visi
tors. Tho organizer, Mrs. E. 8. Her
berr, is now mnking a very successful
tour of the State and earnestly desires
that all the new as well as the old or
ganizations be fully represented at
Chester. The August, nuinbor of their
new monthly. ..The Christian Temper
ance Worker,'' is now ont, and it is
hoped that all friends of temperance
.will aid the work in a material way by
Immediately sending address and sub
scription price, fifty cents, to the busi
ness muuuger, Miss Julia V. Smith,
; Spartanburg, S. C.
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Brushy Creek News.
Pulling fodder and pick in,: cotton aft)
tho order of the. day, -ud good old
home-made "lasses' is on tho bill of
: if are.
Lafayette Ki rod hud his barn con
sumed by Uro last Thursday morning
at 3 o'clock. He lind between four and
live thousand bundles ot fodder, all his
farra implements and a wagon burned
in the barn. The origination of the
?re is unknown bat it is supposed that
it is the work of an incendiary.
A party of our young people started
on a trip to the mountains to-day. It
included Dr. J. O. Rosamond and sis
ters. Prof. Ii. B. Steele and H. P.
Cody's ?daughters and little brother.
Wo wish them a pleasant trip and a
Mrs. Edwards, of Oconee County, is
?rj?iting friendo in onr neighborhood.
A. A. Shaver and family, of Green
sville, visited here yesterday.
,Mra. Elisabeth BreazerUe is visiting
?her daughter, Mrs. Styles, in Spartan -
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.Card of Thanks.
/v. ,:Editor: Please allow us space in
.you. i per to thank our kind friends
and tie.xhbura for their many acts of
kindne? .laiiug the illnoea of. onr
father, tv*.irren W. Knight. May God
bless and re ?ard ac ? and every one ot
Mr. aud Mrs. L. W. Gentry.
Mr. ami Mrs. Jolin Eskow, and Mw.
Jl/artha Watson, ot Anderson, visited
the families ol' Messrs. Ii. 1 Jolin and
H. Berry Allen last week. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Sue Spencer, of
Mississippi. Mrs. .Spencer was raised
in Anderson County, and this is tho
tirst vihit to her native State in Hf ty
years. She has a great many relatives
in tin- country.
Judge Mobley and Mr. Hamuiio
Hillridge, of Trenton, have been in
town with friends and relatives.
Bruce Mosely leaves this afternoon
for Clemson, where he goes to enter
Miss Olive Latimer, of Helton,
daughter of Congressman Latimer, is
with Mic family ot her uncle, James T.
Miss Leona Blake,of Abbeville, spent
Sat urday and Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. II. A. Tuimiiut.
?lev. I. K. Wallace preached his fare
well sermon in the Presbyterian Church
yesterday. JI ? - has supplied Good
Hope and Providence Churches si nco
April, and now leaves for Princeton to
linisli discourse in the Seminary. Both
Churches have unanimously called him
as pastor, so next spring lie will come
bael; to us.
The meeting which was to have
begun in the Prc iby terian Church last
Thursday has been indefinitely post
poned on account of the accident with
which Kev. il. lt. Murchison met with,
ns ho waste have done the preaching.
It is hoped he can be with us later.
IL Henry Moseley, who has been
conti ned to his room for several weeks
with typhoid fever, is slowly improv
ing, and it is hoped will soon be out
Miss Sallie Wilson, of Abbeville, is
visiting tho far ily of her brother, Dr.
J. IL Wilson.
Misses May Robinson and Lily Tem
pleton, of Abbeville, aro visiting Mrs.'
T. I). Cooley.
Miss Lila Huckabee has been in Mt.
Carmel for several days with friends.
Jas. T. Baker, of \\ ashingtou, is in
town for a few days,
j Mrs. Lem Heid and children, of Iva,
were iu town with relatives Saturday.
Sept. 8. Vedie.
News from Aaron.
Cotton is opeuiug very fast and is be
ing picked rapidly.
Miss Sallie Vand i vcr, one of our
sweetest girls, has been on a visit to
tho family of her uncle, Chas. Vundi
ver, of the White Plain? section.
Geo. Williams and J. C. Rice were
visitors at the Iola Deba ing Society
last Saturday night.
We think from tho appearance of
that new to?, buggy last Sunday some
thing is goiug to happen.
Rev. J. ?. Ream, nf the Pendleton
Circuit, preached a forcible sermon at
Trinity Sunday moruing.
In the death of Mr. Warren W.
Knight, which occurred at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. L. W. Gentry, on
the 1st inst., Anderson has lost one of
its oldest, und roost respected land
marks. The Presbyterian Church,lost
oue of its most faithful and consecra
ted members. lt was the privilege of
the writer to have known Mr. Knight
intimately in his home the last year of
his life. Though his cure were deaf to
many voices and his eyes blind to the
world and,, to the beautiful things of
nature, he was never heard to murmur
or complain, blit seemed perfectly re
signed to God's will. He was a strong,
brave, heroic soul and a noble charac
ter whom to know is to love and also
to know that which is best and most
helpful in this faulty world. Mr.
Knight possessed in a most remarkable
manner almost all of tb** Christian
graces. He was always ready to
espouse tho cause of the weak, and
throw over the faults and shortcom
ings of the erring the mantle of mercy
and love. To bis Church and God he
loyally gave the best years of his life.
His heart was ever open to God's ser
van ts and many laborers in the Masters
vineyard. Some witp have gone, to
their, reward aud others who still toil
on can testify to his1 hospitality and
generosity. Ho had lived four-score
years and seven, most of them spent
m cheerful service, and at last the
Master has called hisfaithful servant up
higher. Hu had long been ready, and
waiting for the summons. Like the
reaper going home at eventide, after
the long day's work is done, he bas fin
ished his work here and gone to his
eternal home. No sadness in this
death, and as the tired day sinks upon
the bosom of the night to rest he sank
into the arms of death. But his soul
took its flight to God who gave it,
there to fold its tired arms and lay its
weary head on the bosom of the rest
giving Christ in the paradise o? God
uutil the resurrection morn. Kind
hands ministered to him and loved
ones anxiously watched over him till
the end came. With the prophet of
old we may well exclaim, "Let us die
the death of the righteous and let our
last, end be like his." He was a mem
ber of the Mt. Carmel Presbyterian
Church, in Pickens County, where the
fuueral service was couducted by the
Sastor. Rev. McLees, assisted by Kev.
. L. Mc Lin, of Anderson, the day fol
lowing his death. The remains were
escorted to the grave and laid to rest
by the members of the Pendleton A. F.
M., of which he has long been a mem
ber. The bereaved ones have the sym
pathy of many friends. Observer.
Hon. John K. Hood.
His host of friends m Abbeville
County, aud especially in Due West,
will be glad to know that he has been
elected State Senator from Anderson
County. It is nu honor well deserved,
Mr. Hood is a mau of character, educa
tion and ability, and his services to the
county of his adoption will earn for
him the respect and good will of all
men. lie is a sou ot Prof. William
Pood, and was graduated from Ers
kine College. Abbeville srnds greet
ings.-Abbeville Press and muer.
Mr. J. K. Hood was elected Senator
for Anderson County in the primary
last week by a majority approaching
1,000 votes, in a hotly contested elec
tion. "Citizen" Josh Ashley was his
opponent. Mr. Hood will make an
honorable and useful member of the
Senate.-A. R. Presbyterian.
"Clifton" flour alwayn minutie* because
it is always kept right uj\to tb? standard
-the highest (.tandara of purity and ex
cellence. ''Clifton" |>OHae*M*H every
quality essential for tnilii'.u fcroad that
U white, light and aweM. The rich
flavor ao aeldom found in thu bread
made from ordinary Finara-that de
licious pur? wheat flavor-ia always
found in the bread made trono "Clltf
ton," which ia no ordinary flour, as
moat people know. "Clifton" flour ia
milled from the pick of the beat wheat
grown, collied scientifically, with the
I best of skill and machinery in every de- ]
tall ot ita manufacture. "Clifton" ls
easily a leader and ia standing the test ox_
thousand? of families. If you do not nae
"Clifton," have yoar grocer ?end you a
sack. The satisfaction experienced by
oar many customers is assured..
Bransford Millo, Owensboro, Ky.
COAL FOR 8AMS-'Phone to J. J. Dob
bina' ?tat>|?? or coal ysrd.
TO RENT - Several good Farms in
Oconee Cou jty, near Seneca.
Ernest F. Cochran.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for ri lon if. Ap
ply to Ii. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Churns! Churns! Churn?! A lot of all
sizes of the celebrated Cylinder Chuma
just recoived. Brook Hardware Co.
WANTED-100 pounds choice, yellow
BUTTER. Mu Ht bu fresh and neatly
packed in pound moulds. Prefer deliv
ery first and middle of week*.
4t-Sept. 3. Dean & Rath ir?*.
LUMBER and SHINGLES for sale bv
Ellas Earle, Tertia, Ocouee County, S. 0.
Improvement Southern Dining Cars.
The Southern Railway Is making an
especial feature of dining car service on
many of its through trains, and in order
to make diniug car* more attractive than
over, aro now nj nipping all of these care
with electric funs and lights. A number
ot the dining earn in through linea be
tween At lauta and New York have been
equipped with electric fons and lights,
.-mci these Improvement*! wid continuo
! until all of tho dining car* on th* bou th
i orri systetti will have these ad vantages.
There are vorv fe?/ roads iu the world
trial have electric lights and electric fans
I tu their dniiup cars and this improve?
j munt will be couch to tho already oxcel
I lom dining car service of the Southam
j Kail way. W. II. TA Y LOK,
Asst. lien. Pawn. Agt.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted tor chronic throat troubles and
will positively euro bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all bronchial diseases. Refuse
HUhidiUitep. Evans Pharmacy.
Kenned, up-to date people always want
the best. O ALL AG HER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS in :he South. They do
not waste their skill cn cheap, fading
Are you uncurtain or doubtful as to the
beat Grain Cradle to buy? Ask your
neigh bur who.ha* one ot tho old Seven
Finger Cou m's erudina if be would ex
change It for one ot any other style ? In
all probability be would tell you that he
would not, und in doing so he displays
bis wisdom. Experience has demonstra
ted that tbey ure the best grain-savers
manufactured. They are sold by Sulli
van Hdw. Co.
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Bisbep, ot Agnew, Mich.
?ayn, "1 have used Foley's Honey ana
Tar in three very severe cases of pneu
monia with good results in every case."
Refuse substitutes. Evans Pharmacy.
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial. *
M. T. Lynch, Editor or the Phillipe
burg N. J. Daily P^st, writes: "I hav<
used many kinds ot medicines for coughi
and colds in my family but never any
thing so good aa Foley's Honey and Tar
I cannot say too much lu praise of lt.'
Like all other MoCormiak Machines
McCormick Hay lukes are built orr hos
or. Ii is by far the strongest and mos
perfect!v constructed Baku on the mar
ker. You should certainly not buy i
Rake Until you have examined the Mc
, Coruilok, for lt is the Rake of all Rake?
I and the acknowledged monaruh of thi
grass field. Hulltvau Hardware Co. wit
1 be pleased to demonstrate to you tb*
points of superiority of the McCormioi
Mau v farmers are careful in the seleo
tlou ot a Mower, but careless In seleotin)
a Rake. There is as much difi?renos be
tween a good and a sorry Rake aa tber
is between good and corry Mowers. Yoi
can suffer aa much annoyance By slight
lng the one as the other. The MoUor
m lok Hay Rake sold by Sullivan Hdw
Co. is so much better than any other
that ita superiority is apparent at the firs
glance of anyone who has any knowl
edgo of mechanical construction. Kind
ly c. imparo them and be convinced of th
truth of this assertion.
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"deveral years aluce my lungs were s
badly affected that I had many hemort
hagee," writes A. M. A ko of wood, Ind
"I took treatment with several physl
clans without any bonctL. I then start
ed to take Foley's doney and Tar am
mylunga are now as Bound aa a bulle
I recommend it in advanced stages <
lung trouble." Evana Pharmacy.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dh
eased kidneys sound so they will elim
nate the poisons from the blood. Evor
Pharmacy. i -
Do Yon Own a Nice Mare ?
If BO. don't fail to breed her to Nelso
B. Green's fine colt, DIAMOND DBE, Rei
No. 35,785, now making the season lor
limited number of marea'at R. B. Fln<
ley's Stables, MoGee'a old stand, And?
Bon, 8. C. Tba best bred Hone in tl
A TWO-HORSE FARM to lease <
rent. Reasonable terms. Address W..
nr_i_. HT_._.._._ci s-i i. n r\ HT_
? ? "? ; j , ?? ODkUIIUOWl , \jt, xi. 4L- . xs. uu.
Feet Swollen to Immense Site.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," aaya,
J. Cox of Valley View, Ky., "that I cou
not work, my feet were swollen .to io
mense size and I waa confined to my bi
and physicians were unable to give n
any relief. My doctor finally prescrib?
Foley's Kidney Cure whloh made a w<
man of me " Evana Pharmacy.
Avoid serious results of kidney
bladder disorder by taking Foley'a Kl
ney Cure. Evans Pharmacy.
WAGONS-We have a large stock <
hand that we want to dlsnose of at wa
down prices. Vandlver Bro?. & Major
We sell the beat and lightest du
Mowers on earth. Come and BOO thei
' Vandlver Bros. ?fe Major,
For the benefit elf our customers t
or our largeat milla] have shipped us
consign ment a large quantity or Jeai
Outings, Checks, Hickory Stripes, Ct
vlota, otc The Mills paid the frelgb
and we can ?vii them to you at the rao
ry pilots, Seeuion|E08lery, Hats, Sho
Pantp, Overalls. Drawc.s, oto. Remei
ber wo are Mill Agents, and can save y
all the Intermediate nrofits and drui
mets' commissions. , We ask every mi
chant ia need of any of above lines
allow UH to aubmlt samples and prto
Thanking you for past favors,
WEBB ?fe CATER,
Commission Merchin, tn and Mill Agen
A good Mower and Rake will sc
save enough urabi to pey cost or san
The best maobinea to buy are those m
si m pl o in conatr uctiou and those that ?
requite the rawest repair?, ir you v.
ask the owner of a McCormick wh
machine to buy he will tell you that
investment in a McCormick could i
bave been more wisely made. Aot
his experience and accept his endor
ment and buy a McCormick from Bu
van Rdw. Co.
PHOTOGRAPHS-Look here, 1 I
prepared todo you good, honest work t
very low price. I mean work that v
not fade. At Collins old stand. No
side of Sqnare. E. M. Snipe
ir yonr Bicycle needs mining op
you need a set or uew Tires nivea us
call. Brock Hardware 0<
You will find a big stock of Vic
3 weep Wing?, all sizes, at Brook Ha
Doctors Could not?He!p Her.
"I had kidney trouble for year
writes Mrs. Kay mond Connor of Sholt
Wash . *!and the doctora could not h
me. I tried Foley'a Kidney Core, i
the very first dose gave me relier at
am now cured. I cannot say too nv
for Foley'a Kidney Core.". Evana Pt
W. H. Shy-ver, Saryeyor, Yon ?
find me H 3>3an ?fe RatlluVe. Long i
tance Phono at my residence.
Just received two Cara of Boggles
prices-$35.00 for a Top Buggy np.
. Vandlver Bro?, ?fe Maje
- mus ...
*A ?\ A A rifc A mm A ?? A A A A A Ifr #iA-^AA^^^f,*?
" Cheep tban eli oilier Stores M for tho Cai Only."
The crowd of persons who visited our New Store since
our opening will attest to our claim of "Cheaper than all oth
er Stores but for the Cash Only."
The saving in staples may not seem large to the casual
observer, but any one accustomed to buying will readily no
tice at a glance a greater or less reduction of price here than
at any other Store. Pennies are saved in the small bills you
purchase here, but in the aggregate the saving amounts to
We ask you only to come in and look through our Stock
of Men's Clothing. ? few moments of your time will con
vince you that our Clothing is far under the prices of other
Stores, tor instance : '
A good All Wool Suit, worth 87.50, our price $4.98.
A Fine All Wool Suit, worth $10.00, our price $7.00.
Our line of Men's Dress and Working Pants is equal co
any in .the city* but our Prices are materially ie?*:
We carry a full line of
Including the Coat and Pants in Blue, White, Brown, Striped;
Blue and Brown Checked. Respectfully,
THE ftLOBE STORE.
Starvation Prices Here !!
We ?Kwe a Bi^Stook of
SHOES, PANTS, HA?S AND DRY GOODS
THAT MUST BE SOLDAT ONCE."
? THE PRICE, will sell thens,. Thc Goods will dothaif own talking. -We
can't.aftord to spend much time dr. advertising space ou them Tat these pri?es,;
so just quote them. It takes Spot Cash to move them at these prices, so don't
ask us to charge*them or exchange them after you buy them. We can't afford
any expanse at all in disposing of them at the figures quoted below :
. SHOES I ' ^
A good Brogan, Split Leather Shoe, (size 6 and 7,) S5o. Other'sizes
$1.00. A First'Class* All Leather, Whole Stock Brogan, (size 6 to 7,) $1.00.
Other sises $1.15. A Smooth Calf or Cordovan Shoe, (G and 7,) 85c. Othsr
aiaaa $1 OA
Light-weight Jeans Pants, (sizes 30x30 to 32x32,) 45c. Boys' sises 26x25
to 29x29,) 45c. Other sizes in Men's 65c. A beautiful Moleskin Panta, reg
ular prioe $1.25, to go at 75o. Only a few left, nod those, are desirable sizes.
t> . HATSf :
This stock is practically new, but will bc sold at a sacrifice. We promis
a Bargain in every sale. . ? ? uh \
These are desirable leaders and will be sold at most attractive prices
Our Summer Goods must go at any cost, and it will pay you to come direet to
our counters before going elsewhere.
If you like to pick first choice now is your opportunity. *
DEAN & RATUFFE.
MCCORMICK VERTICAL LIFT MOWERS.
?he only Mower for rough and stumpy ground.
THE devices for raising and .lowering tho Cotter .-Bar,"rad for throwing
the Machine in and ont of gear are very ingenious, but simple in construction
and operation. . So perfect is thc action of these devices that the driver eas/
run the McCormick close up to a rook, stump or tree and, without stopping
the team, raise the bar to pass snob, an obstruction, throwing the Machine ont
of gear, and then lower the bar afterward, throwing the Maohino in gear au
tomatically without loss of any time. " .t
This is only one of the many good devices of the McCormick.
A oareful examination of the mechanism of this Maohine will certainly
eonvinee yon of its superiority in every detail over any other Maohino on the
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IN EARNEST !
That means Cifam ? Great Business into the
few remaining inonths of the Tear.
There is always more or less business, let business condi
tions be what they may, if you can manage to get hold of it.
Well, when there is trade floating around we can usually get
hold of our share, but own up that we want a bigger portion
of business that comes to this Town than we have ever got
ten, and we have set out with that purpose in view. We, ex
pect to use every legitimate means to carry our point. Tho
show of Merchandise that the Big Store is malu- 7 in Style,
Variety, Quality, and especially the Economical brices, will
draw crowds to our counters. / *
The values we will give are peculiarly attractive. This
is the Store that carries the line to suit any one's purse.
Popular priced Dress Goods,
Popular priced Millinery.
Popular priced Clothing.
Popular priced Shoes. ^
We are Headto-FOot Outfitters for men, women and chil
dren of good, dependable merchandise.
500 dozen of Men's, Women's and Children's Hose at 5c
500 dozen of Men's, Women's and Children's Hose at 10c.
50 dozen Men's 50c. Working Snirts, special 25c.
We are showing a beautiful line of Flannelettes, Outinei,
Percales and Prints.
We sell Shirting, Sea leland, Cheviots and Checks at Fac
We say to the Betail Merchants of the County that we
can supply them with Hosiery, Suspenders, Shirtings, No
tions, Checks and Men's Hats. In most cases we have direct
connection with the manufacturers, and it is not so much a
question of profit with us as to enable us to handle the quan
tities to get the prices right.
Agents for Standard Patterns.
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For Men, Women and Children.
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Two Buyers are in the Northern markets buying great Bar
gains. Buying the best and choicest Goods. We have not
the time to quote you prices, as we are too busy markiag up
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If you are looking for good. ?and reliable Goods GHE?P?
LESSEE'S is the place you are hunting'for; We shaU quote
you prices an our next advertisement that will astonish the
We have just received a big lot of Premium Goods, and
thoy are beautiful styles.
Come around and look through our Stock, and if you do
not get, suited you need not I?ny.
$Jibe Xiepartment is now complete. Let us fix th?
up in Shoes for the little folks, also in other goods
bur Millinery Buyer has just returned from Kew York
and our Stock if now completo.
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Be sure and como in and inspect our^^ook before buyiaf
LESSES & 00.,
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