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WEDNESDAY, S KVT. 17. U)02.
A Gala Day a! Pelzer.
Pelzer's Fourth Stock and Poultry
Show held at Pelzor last Saturday waa
a success. Notwithstanding the weath
er fore-casts for a rainy and cool day,
the attendance was lino and the ex
hibits were pretty full and good in all
tho departments, lt would take noth
ing less than a Mt. Pelee outburst to
squelch the secretary of the show, Ed
Woodside. He is simply undaunted
under all circurnstonces, and where
you know ho is the leader in any sort
of an undertaking you can put it down
ns an assured success. Tho lowering
clouds which bespread the Heavens
above throughout tho morning kept
back lots ot' exhibitors both from An
derson and Greenville-in fact, from
the whole surrounding country. Tho
Secretary pulled himself und his re
sources together and gave n very
creditable show. Below Ave lind a list
of premium takers:
Light draft mari'colt, A.T. Roberson: light draft
bor*"- colt, Kd. Wallace; light ii raft stallions, L. A
William?; light draft mare, it. li Shiner; light
draft gelding, J. li. Woodside; best pony under
lt bauds J. Martin, rmi ribboti; (J* O. Woodside,
blue ribbon; best South Carolin? raised muir,au7
age, 1). 1/ee Thowawu, blue; K. Hicks, red; best
mule, open to all, J. C. Rhodes, blue; R ti. Osteen,
red; combination gelding, W. W. Adams, blue;
W. H. Tram m el I, rtd: best light draft marr, Bout h
Carolina raised, any ?ge, haiter-led, 0 entries, W.
W. Griffin, blue; R ll. Shirley, red; light draft
Kiding, tvouth Carolina lalsed, any age, halter
1,5 entries, W. W. Griffin, blue; J.H. Wood- 1
aide, red: South Carolina raise! stallions, any age, ?
baiter-led, tluee entries, Ansel Nesbit, blue; C. G.
Rowland, red; light drait gelding, any age, Halter?
led, 6 entiles; K. F. Woodside, blue; J. li. Wood
side, ntl; standard bred mares, any age, halter
led, 4 entries, J. L. Williams, blue; Jerry Ile Ken -
sie, red; best light draft stallion, open to all, bai
ter-led, 4 entries, ansel Nesbit, blue; Allen Wil
liam*, red; light draft mares, open to all, 7 en
triei lorry McKenaie, blue; Mr. Robinson, red;
extra brood mare, J B. Tumbllo, blue; best saddle
stallion, shown under saddle, K. R. Ridgeway,
blue; single harness marts. South Carolina raised,
9 entries, W. W. Griffin, blue; J. R. Ball?y, red;
single harness stallion, Ausel Nesbit, blue; noys'
horseback riding, I entries, Roy Griffin, biue; DO
Forest Wade, red; extra, ladles driving boise. 6
entries, Mrs W. W. Griffin, blue; Mrs. E. F.
Woodside, rid; single harness gelulugs, South
Carolina lalsed. 8 e..trier, W. W. Griffiu, blue; W.
W. Adan s, rut, saddle mares, fi eu tri es, J. L. vVU
lianas, blue: M. G. fox, red; best single b<tmo*s
shetland marc, Jas. Williams, Jr., Mm; Twymau
Stewart, Jr, red; sad ile mules,* u entries, J. f.
Ashley, blue; E M. Jordan, red; beat slugle u?r
nest shetland norse. Clark Stewa-t, blue ; single
harness horse, 'ii entries, W. W. ..duns, biue, ?V.
W. Griffin, red; single harness mule?, ii eutrle.*,
J. M. J tu ai ns, niue; J. W. folian, red; shiite h*r
nesa mares, 18 entries, J. L. William), blue; J. F.
MiKeniir, red; saddle horses, ll) cuines, ?V. li
1 A m mel I, blue; E. F. Woodside, red; bono race,
I ii tulle, 2 bent iu A, Clarence Cur*y, 1st; J. u.
'i .ijiihiiiu, 'Jud; .Meonii ani thayne. Or. uuck
. 1 GI and Jiiu. A. Mciiliiur a.ted aijidgusu
v.i idepa I:LI'U..
R. L. (>ste-n, ?H Je aey call, b'ue; J ii Simpson,
red; J. M. McMabao, lull Jersey cow, blue; X. J.
Cordell, grade Jers ty, red; Vf. T McFail, fun Jer
sey cow, blue; A. T. Cobt>, gi ade Jersey cow, blue;
J. C. Chandler, grade Jersey cow, rea. Messrs J.
M. Garre, t and Juo. A. Au. ria were Judges ol the
POULTRY AN I? PET 8T03K.
T. B DU?BQ, 0 brown leghorns; T. P Ellenburg,
S, blue Irish ga neu aua Jangtuan mixed, blue;
Front Blake, 4 baulsuis, Uaiold Vaugbau, bau
t&mr; Joe Pat Buasoy, ? bantams, b.ue; L. M.
Westmoreland, 9 pl/u!outh r<cks; ti. b Creu
abaw, coop of plgsoua and b>uiauis; rtubdh Bice, 8
bantams; E. Westnturelaud, 6 naumai-; boyeo
Fowler, i bantams; J. C. Coker, 3 buff bantams;
Clarence Blake, 10 pigeons, blue; C. O. Surriss,
two trios plymouth looks aud a pen, blue, Beu
Woodside, pigeons; J. C. Coke,, il bud'bautauit;
Russell Morgun, bantams; J. r. tooloy, war llorac
and red guilt blue; J. L Jones, bantams; L. ?.
Mallison, white piyiuujth rocks, blue; 'avis
Stone, game roostei; u S. M?;i!iuD, n peu of
browu legnurna, buir; G ti VauWyose, a ueu of
butf cochin bautaiub, nlui ; Si. yin btaxe, a pen ul
buff cocbtus, blue; lUluU stewart, a p? u ul ply
mouth rucas; W Lt Copeland, a pun ul white wynn
dots, blue; J J Leslie, war lumo gauii ; nullo
Bros., a peu of bull' ap^iu^iuua, blue; 1; L> uludsay,
a pi o 01 bantams; t icu Ka;, a peu uf u.ack game
bautaua, biue; ?oy uuiiti, white b.iiuaius; 1' C
Marlin, bramah Cock; Arch McMaliau, a peu ot
langshay, blue; 1 o Maltisou, a peu ul s iver laced
wye u dois, blue.
Charlie Rubersoa, a pen of white nbblu, Jim
Ferguion, a psn ol whit? rabbits, blue; T ll
Garrett, a pen of belgian hares; 1) B VauWyck,
a pen of belgian bares; DrUK Wldemau, 8 blood
houuda, blue, Geo Hollingsworth, pug uog blue:
WT McPall, poodle dog; Abel WillJauio.ecotcb
setter; S ti campbell, rat terrier, blue; J L Sar
rau, oui! dog. blue; E F Woodside, lewuieu setter,
blue; WeaCrenshaw, two toy pood la, blue; EF
Woodside, pointer dog, blue; CO Burilas, rough
coated Scotch collie, blue; J A S.< y i li, Jr, a pair
of thorough bred St oten collies, 1 ugiatnrt-u, blue.
J R McConnell, berkshire and essex pigs, b ue;
R W Hicks, berkshire and essex hog bluo.
F M OeVore, beat lutta, raUed iroui congresa
mau Latluicr's seed, blue
E H Welburn, Welham'a big boll prolific cotton,
Messrs. W.T. Hogg, H. P. Black
inan and J. E. Adger were the Judges
in the department above.
R, L. Osteen'a jersey calf was a beau
ty. He was offered 840 for it. He re
E. F. Woodside's alligator and coon
attracted ?nuco notice.
The Secretary has evidently fallen
in love with the old Vets. From the
many pleasant expressions we heard
we believe it is mutual. Over OOO cups
of delicious coffee, with sandwiches,
were served the Veterans and their
wives free of coat.
Mr. Editor, why don't Anderson be
? stir herself and get up a stock show or
fair or mechanical and industrial show
of her resources? She could not be
excelled if the effort was made. They
beget a generous rivalry among ail
classes which can only be for tho up
bu'V'ing of the County alon? every
Our Graded School [opened up last
Monday morning with an enrollment
of SOO pupils. It bas an Anderson
County raised young man at its head
Ernest R. Tucker-a recent graduate
of the Citadel. Mr. Tucker comes
well qualified for the high and exalted
position which he assumes. He will be
ably assisted by Miss Robbie Wake
held, in charge of the 5th and 6th
grades, Miss Bradley 4th grade, Mrs.
W. ?. Goodwin lid grade, Miss Estelle
Hey ward 2d grade, Miss Agnes Bell
Xst grade C. Miss Noette Heid 1st grade
B, Miss Mamie Barton 1st grade A.
The Kindergarten is in charge of
Misse? Ethel ludlow and Eloine Brad
ley. Even with this able corps of
teachers the success of the present
. 3chool year will depend in a gnat
measure upon tho patrons of the school.
The Pelzer *>fg. Co. places this intelli
gent aud cultured body of teachers at
the service of the Pelzer people free ot
?barge, now let thom show their appre
ciation by scuding their children, and
make it their business to see that they
attend regularly, promptly and do their
A. M. Lander lins moved into the
Superintendent's house, near mill 4.
Mrs. A. M. Reid, from Greenville,
has moved to the Lander house on
Lebby street in front of the Antrim.
Mrs. Reid and family are welcomed to
Judge Pinckney, accompanied by
Mrs. Pinokney, spent last week in
Norfolk, Va. The Judge represented
Sonth Carolina in the Great Council of j
Red Men hold in that city. The Judge
says he had a great time. He evident
ly made an impression on the newspa
Ser reporiers, aa one of them spoke of
im Q? a large manufacturer. Tho
supposition is that the Judge was busy
spinning yarns. He can't be beat
spinning yarns. He must have struck
a good market for his manufactured
ast Sunday was a proud day for
c. " :'pu,d* of the Methodist Church.
Toe ?'??agr?gation worshipped in their
?ret*. ?vmv church, with Dr. Sam'l
.andr, l.-ading the service. Tho
chun: ! i-, a credit to the pastor, Rev.
F. H. .ShitlfP. ""hq gave his time
Btren^th ?ind *u .irv, *<> build it, the
congregan.m wno have hoped, labored
and prayed solong for its ultimate con
summation, und to tho whole town
who rejoices so heartily in ita success
ful completion. Tho cost ot tho Church
is about $2,500 anti it ?H virtually paid
for. Bishop Duncan will dedicato it
on the 1st Sunday in November. Two
services will be held in the now Church
every Sunday by the Pastor. B.
A Bold Thief.
The monotony in police circles was
somewhat relieved last week by tho
energetic conduct of a negro thief.
ThurBday he ?tole from in front of
the book store, Ben Pant's bicycle.
The Bame afternoon he carried it to
Thompson's shop to have a puncture
repaired. The bicycle was recognized
r.s tho property of Mr. Pant, tho negro
questioned and Policeman Davis noti
tied. The thief caught on aud made a
break tor a place of refuge. He ran
out of the back of the shop, in between
tile Peoples1 Hank and Masonic Tem
?le, dodged around the back of Os
borne Sc Pearson's Blore, into the back
door of the store of B. O. Evans & Co.,
grabbed un $18 overcoat, rushed out
and down Depot street and over into
the Dicken lunn. Policeman Davis
vas in hot pursuit, pushing the thief
so close that he dropped the coat,
which was recovered, but tho negro
sped on to liberty. On Friday night
the same negro Btolea bicycle on Uiver
street and Saturday morning offered it
for sale nt the < ?rr mill for 82.00. Tho
Chief was notified, but before his arri
val tho thief .'smelt a mouse'' and de
parted, taking the bicycle with him.
Contint; toward the city til! he reached
the mile stone, he turned through the
field to the railroad and doubled back
toward Majors' farm. The Chief was
close behind him and at length recov
ered the bicycle, which had been aband
oned in a field, but the negro was out
ot' sight. Returning to tho city the
Chief secured his young bloodhound,
went back and reopened the chase. It
was a wild chase through bushes and
sawbriarB and muddy bottom land and
a mile or so in tho creek and up the
hills over to Keys' Spring where tho
trail waB lost. The negro is ki,own
and will very likely bo caught. The
young hound did splendid work but
was too young for such a long chase.
The last few nights have been cool
enough to suggest frost. The cotton
is already snort and un early frost
would CUL it oil'still more, lt is open
ing rapidly aud picking is progressing
finely. There will be but little in the
fields by 1st November. Farmers are
blue over a short crop with such low
prices. But as they, generally, have
practiced economy and made tue crop
with less expense than usual, they will
come out better than they expected.
Corn and forage crops are fine, which
will bo a great help in making both
ends meet next year.
Miss Essie Brown returned to her
home in Augusta last week, after
spending the summer very pleasantly
with Mrs. M. C* Smith.
Miss Hattie McWborter left Monday
to take charge of her school at River
Cadets Will Garrison and Walter
McWhorter returned to Clemson last
week to resume their studies.
J/iss Mettle Todd, ot' Anderson, and
J/rs. Una Leek, of Charlotte, N. C.,
visited the fumily of U. W. Hammond
J/isB Sallie Bowie aud Cleo Baily
visited friends near Denver last week.
J. H. Garrison made a flying visit to
Walhalla last week.
Mrs. Minnie Hillhouse has returned
after a visit of several days to relatives
at Traveler's Rest.
Miss Lillie Garrison spent a few days
last week with relatives in Anderson.
John Greene has gone to Greenville
to make this his futuro home. His
bride is still here but will meet him
there in the near future.
Miss Maggie Buchanan has returned
to Newberry, where she will be en
gaged in the mills.
Mies Nettie Jones, with her neice,
Miss Roscoe Casey, of Newber
ry, has been visiting the family of E.
J. Buchanan. v
Mr. und Mrs. Joe Erskine, of the
Concord section, spent Sunday with
the latter's brother, Mr. J. P. Wilson.
Cotton is opening very fast and ho
ing sold at a lbw price.
Little Janie Campbell is very sick
with fever. Dr. Duckworth is waiting
Oscar Harris is confined to his bed.
Wu hope he will soon be np again.
S. A. Hutchison, of Elberton, Ga.,
spent a few days with his children,
Mrs. Holder aud J. H. Hutchison.
W. W. Smith will leave for Atlanta
Little Miss Mary Welborn, of Wil
liumstoo, spent some time with kin
dred here, but bas returned to her
We ore glad to noto Mrs. Nora Mc
clellands health is improving. We
hope it will continue.
We really think we have the best
mail master of any section. Sloan
Maxwell is our currier aud lie does
everything to.accommodate us, besides
his manners and high ability.
From the appearance of that pretty
horse and buggy some sweet damsel
will have tho privilege of taking a ride.
Much joy and happiness is wished for
the dear Intelligencer.
Sept. 15. A Maiden.
- m ? -
After several week? of rest and
pleasure, the farmers again find them
selves busy ou their farms. The fields
uro again white with cotton.
Jim Frank Bronzealo has returned to
Washington, after a pleasant visit to
his homo here.
Miss Minnie Lee Austin, a charming
young lady from Texas, has been visit
ing Misses Nellie and Lillie Brown.
Miss Daisy Erskine is very ill with
fever at her sister's, Mrs. Jim Dilling
ham, at Anderson. Her friends here
all wish her n speedy recovery.
Our community was saddened by tho
death of Mrs. Martha McKeown, wife
of Mr. James H. McKeowc. She
peasofully passed away at her horie
last Friday, after an illness of sonia
time, and her remaius were interred on
Saturday afternoon ut Eureka Church
yard, Rev. W. B. Hawkins conducting
the funeral services. She leaves a be
reaved husband and several children
to mourn her death. To them and her
relatives we extend our profoundest
Dean and Fred Penrman have been
visiting friends at Pickens.
Frank Rhody, Cecil Keys and Carl
McConnell visited Eureka Snnday:
Lawrence'Hall attended the funeral
service of his grandmother, Mrs. Mc
Keown, Saturday and worshipped at
Eureka Sunday. His friends here are
glad to see him back in their midst.
Miss Cora Shirley, from Shirley's
Store, visited bore Sunday.
Alias Floera Davis aud brother visi
ted at the home of R. F. Brown last
Ernest Tucker, from Pelzer, visited
relatives here recently. Pansies.
COA.L FOR SALE-Phone to J. J. Dob
bins' atable or coal yard.
The Second Primary'.
The tabulated statement of tho re
sults ot the last primary clcctiou aa
given iu our last issue is practically
correct except .the voting precinct of
Hall, which was omitted because re
turns could not be secured before go
ing to press.
The County Democratic Executive
Committee arrived at the following
totals, which are conclusive :
For United States Senator-Evans
89?; Latimer 3,161.
For Governor-Hey ward 2,369; Tal
For Lieutenant Governor-Gary 1,
484: Sloan 2,637.
r or Secretary of State-Gantt 2,063;
For Comptroller General-Jones
2,084; Walker 2,020.
For Adjutant General-lloyd 1,840;
1- rest 3,255.
For Railroad Commissioner- Caugh
man 2,006; Evans 2,018.
*ov Congress- Aiken 2,081; [Smith
Card of Thanks.
To our neighbors and friends who
have so kindly ministered to us in our
recent ailliction during thu illness of
our son, we desire to express the
thanks of our grateful hearts. We
have no words to measure up to the
height of your kindly sympathy. You
Btood by us to the last anu then went
with us to lay the precious dust away.
Accept the blessings of the bereaved
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pressly.
The Old Stone Church.
The annual meeting of the Old Stone
Church and Cemetery Association will
be held nt the Church October 4,1902,
at ll a. m. The members are urgently
requested to attend, and all persons
interested in the cemetery and the
public are cordially invited to meet
John J. Lewis, Pree.
TO RENT - Ueveral good Forme In
O con oo Cou J ty, near Seneca.
Ernest F. Cochran.
MONEY 'IO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for ellon ts. Ap
plv lo H. F. Marlin, Attorney-at-Law.
Churn*! Churn*! Churns! A lot of all
sizes nf the celebrated Cylinder Churns
just received. H rook Hardware Co.
WANTED-100 pound? choice, yellow
BUT TEH. M o si be fresh and neatly
packed in pounrt moulds. Preter deliv
ers drat and middle of week".
4t-Sopt. 3. Dean & RUliffe.
Refined, np-to Hat?people,always want
the beat. GALLAGHER BROS. ar??o
knowletfm ii? HIUDNK tue bern PHO
TOGRAPHERS In the South. They do
not wart?- their skill on cheap, fading
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, ot Agnew. Mich.,
aa>H, ,-l have used Foley's Honey eua
Tar tn tbn-e very severe cases ot' pneu
monia (viih good r?unit? lu every ca?e."
Refuae Substitute?. Evana Pharmacy.
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Phillipa
burg N. J. Daily P^st, write?: "I have
used many kinds of va* diOlOM for COUgb*
and colds'in my family but never any
thing BO good aa Foley's Honey and Tar.
1 cannot nay too muon in praise of lt."
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"several years since tny lunga were BO
badly atlee tod that I bad many hemorr
hages," writes A. M. Ake of Wood, Ind.
"I took treatment with several physi
cians without auy noneiit. I then start
ed tn take Foley's Honey and Tar and
my lunga are now aa sound as a bullet.
I recommend lt in advanced ?tages of
lung trouble." Evans Pharmacy.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dis
eased kidneys sound so they will elimi
nate the poisons from the blood. Evans
Do You Own a Mice Blare ?
If so, don't fall to breed her to Nelson
R. Green's lino oult. DIAMOND DEE, Reg.
No 35,785, now making the season for a
limited number of maree at R. B. Find
ley 'e Stables, McGee's old stand. Ander
son, H. C. The beal bred Horse in the
A TWO-HORSE FARM to lease or
rent. Reasonable ter m 8. Address W. J.
Wyly. Westminster, S. 0., R. F. D. No. 2.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bad." says J.
J. Cox of Valley View, Ky., "that I con id
not work, my feet were swollen to Im
mense alie and ? woe confined to my bed
and physicians were unable to give me
any relief. My doctor anally prescribed
Foley's Kidney Cure wbloh made e well
man of me " Evana Pharmacy.
Avoid aerloue resulte of kidney or
bladder disorder by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure. Evans Pharmacy.
WAGONS-We have a large stock on
hand that we want to dispose of at way
dowu prices. Vandlver Bro?. & Major.
We sell the best and lightest draft
Mower/) on eartb. Come and see them.
Vandlver Bros. d Mst ?.
For the benefit of our customers two
nf our largest mills have shipped as on
consignment a large quantity of Jeans,
Outings, Checks. Hickory Stripes, Che
viot?, etc The Mills paid the freights,
and we can sell them to you at the facto
ry prices. See us on Hosiery, Hats, Shoe?,
Pant.', Overalls, Drawers, etc. Remem
ber w? are Mill Agents, and can save you
all the intermediate nrofita and drum
mers1 commissions. Wt? mk every mer
chant in need of any of above lluee to
allow us to submit samples and prices.
Thai king you for past favors,
WEBB & CATER.
Commission Morchantu and Mill Agents.
"Clifton" flour always satisfies because
lt ts always kept right up to the standard
-thehighest ntandard of purity and ox
eel lenee. "Clifton" possesses every
quality essential f.<r making broad that
ls white, Hutu aud aweer. The rich
flavor ao seldom found in the bread
made from ordinary Flours-that de
licious pure wheat flavor-is always
found lu the breed made from "Clllf
ton," which ia no ordinary flour, aa
mont people know. "Clifton" flour is
milled from the plok of the b-?t wheat
grown, milled scientifically, with the
best of skill and machinery in every de
tail of Ps manufacture. "Clifton" is
easily a leader and is standing the test of
thousands nf families. If you do not use
"Clifton," have your grocer send you a
sack. The satisfaction ex perl sneed by
our many customers is assured.
Brentford Mills, Owensboro, Ky.
If your Bicycle needs truelng up or
you need a set of new Tiros elves ns a
call. Brock Hardware Co.
You will find a big stock of Vlotor
Sweep Wings, all sizes, at Brook Hard
Doctors Could notJHelp Her.
"I bad kidney trouble for years."
i writes Mrs. Kay mond Connor of Shelton,
Wash . "and the doctors could not help
me. I tried Foley's Kidney Care, and
the very first dose gave me relief and I
am now cured. I emmet aay too much
for Foley's Kidney Cure." Evans Phar
W. H. Shearer, Surveyor, You W?U
find me at Dean & Ratline's. Long dis
tance Phone at my residence.
Jost received two Cara of Buggies, all
prices-$35.00 for a Top Buggy up.
Vandlver Bros. & Major.
... THE ..
taper ta ail ofe Stores Mt for tis Crt Only
In c pening this buoineos we have bought our Goods with
a special purpose of supplying at the lowest market prices
all Goods needed in our lines fot Country Merchants.
Five minutes spent in studying our offerings will con
vince any Merchant that our prices are LOW.
We have bought our Goods in large quantities especially
to job, and in many instances we are in position to beat the
standard market prices of Northern houses.
We ask all Country Merchants to study our prices and
make comparisons with the prices of other Stores.
The closer you investigate the better our chance for your
We do not carry everything made, but we have every
thing needed in the majority of Stores.
When the next time you are in the market for your Store
needs give us a chance to convince you.
We rely on Low Prices to win trade.
On Tair Treatment to retain it.
THE GLOBE STORE.
Starvation Prices Here!!
We have a Big Stook of
SHOES, PANTS, HATS AND DRY GOODS
THAT MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
THE PRICE will sell them. The Goods will do their own talking. We
can't afford to spend much time or advertising space on them at these prices,
BO just quote them. It takes Spot Cash to move them at these price?, HO don't
ask us to charge them or exchange them after yon buy them. We c?u'i afford
any expense at all in disposing of them at the figures quoted below :
A good Brogan, Split Leather Shoe, (size 6 and 7,) 85o. Other -izes
$1.00. A First Class, All Leather, Whole Stook Brogan, (size 6 t> 7,) ft 1.00.
Other sizes $1.15. A Smooth Calf or Cordovan Shoe, (6 and 7,) 85c. Other
Light-weight Jeana Pauts, (sizes 30x30 to 32x32,) 45o. Boys' sizes 26x25
to 29x29,) 45o. Other sizes in Men's 65o. A beautiful Moleskin Pants, reg
ular prioe $1.25, to go at 75o. Only a few left, and those are d?sirante nixes.
This stook is practically new, oui will be sold at a sacrifice. We promis
a Bargain in every sale.
These are desirable leaders and will be sold at ru-i-t attractive price
Our Summer Goods must go at any cost, aud it will pay you to come direct to
our counters before going elsewhere.
If you like to piok first ohoioe now is your opportunity.
DEAN & R?TLIFFE.
What we have tc say, as we wish
to impress these facts deeply upon
WE WANT TOUR BUSINESS,
AND we are going straight after il, without any frills or furbelows.
We are showing the beat assorted Stock, including all Qualities and Price*,
that we have shown in maay yea?. Consider these prices :
One Case Fruit of the Loora Bleached Muslin, short lengths, at 7c.
500 yards of nice, soft-finished Bleached Mualin at 5c.
150 piece* Flannelettes, patterns and styles perfectly exquisite, at 10c.
100 dozen Ladies* Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, mc ?c of the lot 10c
quality, at 5c.
100 dozen better quality Ladies' Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, all
linen, regular prices 15c and 20c, nf, 10c.
100 dozen Ladies' Black Hose at 5c.
100 dozen Ladiea' Bibbed Hose at 10c, three pair for 25c.
One lot Ladiea' and Mines' very heavy Ribbed Hose at 10c.
100 dozen Men's Heavy Hoae at 5c.
100 dozen Men's Mixed Half Hose at 5c.
100 dozen Men's Extra Heavy Socks at 10c.
150 Ladies' 26-inch Umbrellas, beautiful oxidized, silver and natural
stick handles, uniform cloth, regular 61 50 quality, at 98c.
Dresa Goods that we are selling for 25c and 50c are the best quality we
have ever put on the market.
We invite the attention of Af ..rchRnts to our Wholesale Department.
Wo have made connection with the manufacturers so that we aie in position
to handle Goods to their entire sati-factinn. It's not so much a question of
profit but to enable us to handle the quantity of Hosiery, Suspender?, Men's
Shirts, Shoes, Doroetics. etc.
We handle Domestics at fact ?ry prices.
Agents for Standard Pattern".
For Men, Women and Children.
Two Buyers are in the Northern markets haying great Bar?
gains. Buying the best and ohoioest Goods. / We have not
the time to quote, you prices, as we are too busy marking np
If you are looking for good .and reliable Goods CHEAP,
LESSEE'S is the place you are hunting for. We shell quote
you prices in our next advertisement that trill astonish tho
We have just received a big lot of Premium Goods, and
they are beautiful styles.
Come around and look through our Stock, and if you do
not get suited you need not buy.
Our Shoe Department is now complete. Let us fix tho
children up in Shoes for the little folks, also in other goods
Our Millinery Buyer has just returned from Hew York
and out Stock is now complete.
Be sure and come in and inspect our Stock before buying
LESSEE & co?
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
LE AD EBB OF LOW PRICKS?