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WEDNESDAY, SKIT. 24, 1902.
The lilectric Current From Portman.
At noon Saturday the electrict cur
rent waa turned on direct from Port
man Shoals, furnishing power to the
email industries and lighting the city
at night. Monday the Anderson Cot
ton Mill No. 1 was furnished with 37.r?
.electrical horse-power and mill No. 2
was furnished with 75 horserpowcr.
This enabled mill No. 1 to start up all
of its machinery, which obviates the
necessity of night work, as has been
<lono since December last when the
electric current was cut off by the dum
at 1'ortman washing away. The en
gine used by this mill is not of sulHcient
?lower to run nil tho machinery, but
Hiing supplemented by thu 073 electri
cal horse-power all thc machinery can
be run and the night work is no longer
The electrical pow? i furnished mill
No. 2 is sn Hi cien t to run the machinery
of the picker room, and it is thought
hy the management of the Water,
Light and Power Company that all the
power needed'ut present by this mill
?..an be turned <?u to-day.
Starting mill No. 2 this time is in
most respects like starting a new mill.
lt may not be generally known that
this mill was equipped originally for
the manufacture of liner textiles than
were really manufactured up lo the
December disaster, lt is possible to
manufacturo coaser goods with this
hame machinery, and the margin of
profit in coarser goods was sufficiently
tempting when this mill was started up
to justify their manufacture.
Now, it is purposed to use the ma
chinery for tlie manufacture of that
particular class of goods for which it
includes hue bleached sheeting and
many other kinds. To get cotton
started thiough all the different ma
' chines and harness up tho looms, will
take time. When it is considered that
this mill has 1,000 Draper looms ami
forty-four thousand spindles, it can be
understood that six weeks may be ne
cessary in which to get this mill fully
underway. In the meantime the dam
at Portman will be completed and all
tho power necessary furnished.
AU the machinery in this mill has
been thoroughly cleaned and bright
ened up, tin' interior of Hie mill neatly
painted and everything has the ap
pearance of being ent irely now. There
Ai\ pears to be no difliculty in securing
4'uods for this mill, power is the main
it wan intended to turn the electrical
.current on from l'ortmuu ten days ago,
but high water, the result of heavy
rains just before this time, tied up the
dum workat Portman and broughtabout
the delay. From now on uo delays of
consequence are expected as the com
pletion of the dam is far udvauced aud
"570 cubic yards of concrete aro be
ing laid daily.
Anderson's New Railroad.
The Manufacturera' Record of last
-week, in speaking of the building of
now railroads and the development of
the agricultural and mineral resources
of the South, says:
Somewhat similar developments is
expected ft om tho construction ot the
Tennessee, Georgia and South Caro
lina railroad, which is to traverse a
country containing gold, copper, mien,
asbestos, iron, manganese, marble,
talc, soapstone, graphite, kaolin and
ochre. Mr. C. G. lbiugh of Mineral
Bluff, Ga., a surveyor and ono of the
^corporators of the road, writes: "The
proposed railroad is sure to be built by
Chicago capital within two years.
Then it will bo completed from Char
leston, Tenn., to Anderson, S. C., by
way of Ducktown, Tenn., Blairsville,
Mineral Bluff, Hiawassee nnd Clayton,
Ga., and Walhalla, S. C. The rood
will be 220 miles long nud will run
through the best undeveloped timber
and mineral country in the South."
When application was made for the
charter of this liue tho inference was
that its purpose is to use the Blue
Ridge railway from Walhalla to An
derson, where connection will be made
with the Charleston amt Western Caro
lina railway of the Atlantic Coast Liue,
and with the Southern railway, which
also touches Charleston, Teun. Though
it does not appear that either of these
systems is interested in the proposed
road, it would give the Southern quite
a direct route from Chattanooga,
Tenn., to Columbia and Charleston, S.
C., and would be of advantage to the
Atlantic Coast Line by giving it en
trance to the rich mineral couutry of
Evolution or change ls the law of men
as well UM of Nature, (lae of the most
radical changes In tbe Chou* bunlnoHs ot
the country mat has ever b?eu made in
recent yours is tbe abaudouuieut of the
use of figures by the Auam Forepaugb
and Bells Brotners Enormous Shows
United, except in rare instances, and then
the figures are then made absolutely cor
The ordinary Circus announcement,
whether in newspaper advertiser uts, in
their own public >tioi M or ou tull guards,
Sa n oomp eie refutation 01 the truth oi
the familiar statement that figures do not
He. Tbey may not He wbeu not falsified,
?but Circus figures are g^uerally so exag
>gorated that tbe public has generally
?coma to p'scs uo reliaueo iu tbem.
Tbtj tiiHiittgetueut ?>f tba Adam Koro
B?ugh and Sells Bros. Ktiortnotis &bov H
'pited rmMguifce tho truth of thin propo
sition lu a general ?ray and hau, to HS
.cape suspicion other sh -ws have eau. up.m
.Circus usures, abandoned their use.
They know ihat ibo public ia not to bu
deluded by figura swelled out of n'l pro
portion io f.tci H d tnev niio ktiov lilli
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- ?.%j T~..,.,. - isi ...;?r>!:^,i . .- : T-.c-ga:?.
itbs?i'mrle lad thxt (shows tn ?xtniut in
New York, Phi ad-d phi 4, Brooklyn and
other E intern c ti fa mihi necessarily be
the bL gos I and bf at iLnwa io tho conn
Irv. Tue public ainu knows vnry gene
rraMv tho fsct that the A il mn Forensugb
sand Solis Bros. Enormous >bows United
?re the only shows now tu this couutry
.who exhibit in the M etropolis and the
other cities named At.d lt boh s good
that shows that are good enough for those
cities are good enough for soy other city
or town in the country, no matter what
their figures might be ir they used any
It is also known to the newspapers of
rtfce country that the performances given
?by these shows throughout the country
>are exactly the same aa the ones they
.give in the metropolis. There is no cut
ting down of expenses in any dlrectiou
by these shows when they leave tbe
?fadison Square Garden. The shows are
kept absolutely intact and every per
former that appears there is engaged for
Che entire a ea sou.
These great shows will exhibit here lu
all their metropolitan completeness and
.greatness on Tuesday, October 14th.
'V/ANTED-.B strict Managers for the
IPe -sy Iva uti casualty Company of
.Scr vi.?Pi., writing all forms of lla
ibtlit, nt-tii.irttud plate glass insurance.
XWlll p 11 m>\ right agent extra com
li <j itst, Dudley & Mann,
14 f. Charlotte, N. C.
MuNEV G b?j>A> -A few thousand
.dollars to loud ou Land for clients. Ap
j>ly to B. F, Martin, Attorney-MC-Law.
? The Fall term ot'thc Court of Gen
1 eral Sessions convened Monday with
; Judge Ii. C. Watts presiding and with
! Solicitor Hoggs for the .State and Mr.
A. M. Deal court stenographer, present.
There was no charge to the grand
jury as they had beeu charged on all
matters ot iinportanco rt the June
The docket is pretty full. There
were sixty-six cases continued from
the last term to begiu with and there
are a good many new ones. Most ot
the cases are, however, for minor of
fences, the case against Tom Rutledge
and Pink Delaney, negroes, charged
with murder, being the most impor
Much time was consumed Monday
morning in sounding the docket, call
ing witnesses, excusing petty jurors
and the like, and the hands of the
clock pointed close to twelve before a
. ase tor the jury was found ready.
Lee .Iones, a negro, charged with viola
tion of the dispensary law, was the de
fendant in this case. The jury delib
erated all tin- afternoon, and at six
o'clock informed the (Join t they could
not agree, and a mistrial was ordered.
lu thc meantime Henry Galloway,
chat ged with housebreaking and lar
ceny, plead guilty, and was sentenced
to I* months at hard labor on the pub
A case against Join; Smith, violation
ot dispensary law, could not be tried
because of the absence ot John I),
lanie, the State's witness, for whom a
bench warrant was issued.
.John Owens, violation of dispensary
law, case not made out ami foi emmi of
jury instructed to write a verdict of
In the case against Tom Kutledge
ami Pin li NV. W. Delano}*, a nul. pros,
was entered as to Delaney, and Kut
ledge could not be tried Monday be
cause \V. W. Scott. A. J. Crofts and
j Mary Haskell, important witnesses for
the State, bat I not been bound over
and were absent. A bench warrant
was issued lor them.
Charles Acker, obtaining property
by false pretences, appeal from magis
trate's court, appeal sustained and case
sent back for new trial.
Walter Wooten, assault and battery
of high and aggravated nature, uol.
Henry Robinson, disposing of pro
perty under lien, guilty und tined i?7"i
ur six months ou publie works, or like
term in the penitentiary.
The grand jury reported the follow
ing true bills :
Joe Snipe?, white, violation ot dis
Jim Lockhart, violation of dispensary
K. A. Chastine, disposing of property
.Joe Robinson, false pretence.
Martin Cruniy, larceny.
Jame? Crail, disposing of property
Fret well Hardy, Chas. Hardy, James
Hil!, Hon Hill, Chas. Gilliard, Sloau
Edwards, Kane? Klee, Dock Norris
ami Curran Sloan, charged with gamb
Charles G il lard, Kance Kice aud
Dock Norris entered a plea of guilty
and were sentenced to pay a tine of $25
and one day in Jail, or four months ou
the public works and il fine.
Tuesday morning the case of Tom
Kutledge. a negro, charged with the
murder of Twine Thompson) another
negro, in this city December last, was
taken up and a jury empanelled.
There were few witnesses, the argu
ments of attorneys were brief and at
noon the case was given to the jury.
The evidence for the defence was to
the effect that Thompson, with a horse,
was trespassing on Rutledge's land,
refused to leave when ordered away,
advanced on Rutledge with an open
knife cursing him, stuck the point of
knife in his wrist, and attempted to
cut Rutledges thront and stomach.
Rutledge shot twice in sir to frighten
Thompson, shot third time at deceased
killing him. Rutledge surrendered tn
the authorities. An opeu knife was
found in baud of dead negro. Evidence
by the State was to the effect thnt mud
was in palm of hand of dead negro
which held the knife, but no mud on
the knife. Rutledge snid to his wife
after the killing : "I had a fuss with
Twine three years ago aud intended
to kill him." Tho verdict of the jury
was "guilty of manslaughter." Notice
ol motion for new trial was given.
R. A. Chasteen, disposing of property
uuder lien, guilty. In absence ot d?
tendant a seal verdict is left.
C. L. G. Elrod, false pretenee. State
failed to make out case and the defen
dant was acquitted.
Walter Gilmer, assault and battery
with intent to kill. This case had all
the essentials of a burlesque. The
defendant is ll years old, tue prose
cuting wituess 10 years old. A child
light in Pelzer Mill, being settled be
fore a Court and Jury. It is absurd.
Parental spite is responsible, and they
should be made to suffer a penalty.
Verdict, not guilty.
The following true bills were handed
in by the grand jury:
John Wakefield, charged with rape.
Hood Willis, assault aud battery
with intent to kill aud carrying con
J. W. Callaham, forgery.
Lovelace Young, assault and battery
with intent to kill.
Young plead guilty to assault and
battery of a high and aggravated na
?ure and was sentenced to pay a tint of
$25 or 00 days on the public works.
The flue was paid.
As we go to press the case of Henry
Garborroh, charged with rape, is being
The Lowndesville High School open
ed last Monday with fifty-two pupils,
and by the time all the names aro en
tailed there will be very nearly one
Tobie Johnson goes to Anderson to
night to visit relatives.
Dr. .1. D. Wilson attended the meet
ing of the South Carolina Presbytery
last week, which was in session at
Messrs. l?. H. aud Joe Sherard, of
Moffuttsville, and J. A. Sherard, of
Anderson, speut yesterday in town
Misses Vera Allen, Kinma Howman
and Eliza Kay left last night for An
derson and will to-day go to Green
ville, where they will enter school, the
former the Greenville Female College
and the last two Chicora.
Miss Lena Moseley, of Anderson, is
visiting relatives in town.
R. J. Hutchison spent yesterday with
Willie Latinier, of Abbeville, spent a
few days last week with J. F. Latti
Miss Pauline Moseley and Mrs. Wat
I son, of Greenwood, are iu town with
Miss Eula Mae Kay is in Atlanta
with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Tennant.
Miss Susie Miller is visiting her pa
rents near Abbeville.
Miss Leona Clinkscales is visiting
her sister and other relatives in An
Mrs. B. Berry Allen is also in Ander
son with relatives.
Miss Carrie Thompson and Mark
Speer speut a day last week very pleas
antly at Mr. Mass Bell's. Vedie.
Mrs. Lou Cooley and daughter, Iola,
of Williamston, visited her niece, Mrs.
W. \V. Bruce.
Miss Ivester, of Seneca, ?pent awhile
with her friend, Mrs. Lillie Crooks.
Misses Mattie and Estelle Bruce, of
near this placer started for Kock Hill
the Otk inst, wnere they expect to en
ter the normal Winthrop College. Miss
Estelle won the scholarship in Oconee
l'rof. R. W. ii rubba and sister, Miss
Hettie, visited friends and relatives at
this place recently.
Prof. J. M. Tant, who has been in
Virginia for the past few weeks, has
returned home. Prof. Kant visited
Washington and other noted places of
interest while away.
Miss Lizzie Bruce visited relatives at
Mrs. Hattie Cleveland is spending
awhile with her brother, John Suttles,
at 1'eudleton. Pansy.
Purity in Flour ouglit to bo an impor
tant consideration in every family. In
making''Clifton" Flour, every grain of
wheat in thoroughly cleaned before
grinding, and ls converted into Flour in
H hygienically clean modern indi. The
Flour is pu rilled, aerated and sifted
through delicate bilk cloths before it ia
sucked. Absolute purity in tima assur
I'ure Flour really does not cost any
more than Flour Hint ii cot strictly pure.
"Clifton" Flour ls guaranteed strictly
pure wheat *Fiour and is mdd at a reas
onable price. ' Clifton" lias no rival.
There is no hotter Flour sold at any
Krausford Milla, Owensboro, Ky.
Sullivan Hardware Co. now have on
lined two ?Mr loads of the well-known
< ?lil Dominion Horse and Mule Shoes.
Ibis is tlie greatest quantity of Sboea
ever brought to Auderaoo at one time.
Save your (?ra.s with a Blade and
Snath from .Sullivan Hardware Co They
have Hlndos perfectly set and sharpened
which they can furnish with any style
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for chronic throat troubles and
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarse
ness und all tironcbial diseases. Refuse
substitutes. Evans Pharmacy.
A carpenter is often judged by the
? [unlit.y aud style of toola be baa in his
eu est. Ai any rate no carpenter cando
lirst class work witU shoddy tools. If
you want the beat Tools at right prices
make your put chases from sullivan
Do you coutempiatevloing any build
ing? 'ft so, you should examine Sulli
van Hardware Co's, line of Builder's
Hardware. Tftey ?ave all the latest de
signs of Hocks H )it", Jco, aud can fit
you up in a most satisfactory way.
Hang your barn doors with Hangers
furulsued by Sullivan Hardware Co. and
i you wilt never tas troubled by having
them become displaced.
Churns! Churns! Chums! A lot of all
sizes of Hie celebrated Cylinder Churns
just receiveu. Brock Hardware Co.
WANTED-IOU pounds choice, yellow
BUT TEK. Must bu Ireob and neatly
packed lu pou nd moulds. Prefer deliv
er* first aud middle of weeka.
?lt -Supt. 3. Dean A Ritlifie.
A tremendous stock of high grade
Lanterns hus just been received by fciuill
vau Hardware Co. They are aeiltog
tntjin at very low prices.
Millivan Hardware Co. have just re
ceived the li rst and only aolid c-ir load of
Grates ever Drought to Anderson. They
have all the late design? and finisues and
cnn quote interesting prices.
Refined, up-to dat? people always want
the beat. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be awong the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS lu the South. They do
not waste their ?kill on cheap, fading
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. Bishop, ot Agnew, Mich., j
aaya, "I have used Foley's Honey ana
Tar m three very severe cases of pneu
monia with good result?.: IQ every case,"
Refuse substitutes. Evans Pharmacy.
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Phillips
burg N. J. Daily P^st, writes: ?*I have
used many kinda of medicines for coughs
and colds in my family hut never any
thing so good as Foley's Honey and Tar.
I cannot aay too muon ID praiae of lt."
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several year? since my langs were so
badly affected that I bad many hemorr
hages," writes A. M. Akeof Wood, ind.
"I took treatment with several physi
cians without any benefit. I then atart
ol to take Foley's Honey and Tar and
my lungs are now as sound as a bullet.
I recommend lt in advanced stages of
lung trouble.'.' Evans Pharmacy.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dis
eased kidneys sound BO they will elimi
nate the poisons from the blood. Evans
Do Von Own a Mice Afar? ?
If so, don't fall to breed her to Nelson
R. Green's ?ue colt. DIAMOND DEE, Reg.
No 35,785, now making the season for a
limited number of mares at R. B. Flnd
j ley's Stables, McGee's old stand, Ander
son, S. C. The best bred Horae in the
Sou tb. tt
A TWO-HORSE FARM to lease or
rent. Reasonable terms. Address W. J.
Wy ly. Westminster, S. C., R. F. D. No. 2.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I bad kidney trouble so bad," says J.
J. Cox of Valley View, Ky., "that I could
not work, my feet were swollen to im
mense hizo and I was confined to my bed
and physicians were unable to give me
.any reitet. My doctor finally prescribed
F.-i*-y's Kidney Curewbiob wade a well
mau of me " Evans Pharmacy.
Avoid serious results of kidney or
Madder disorder by taking Foley'? Kid
ney Cure. Evans Pharmacy.
WAGONS-We have a large stock on
baud timi w? want to rt i o nose of at way
down prices. Vmidiver Bro?. & Major
vt'e sell the best and lightest draft
Mowers on earth. Cotna aud sse them.
Vaudiv?r Bios. A Maj ;r.
For the benefit of our customers two
nt nor la>geal mills have snipped us on
condign tnnnt a larg? quanti tv of Jeans,
Out tog?, C?eek??, Hickory Stripes, Che
vlots, etc. The Mills paid the freights,
and we can sell them to you at the teeto- |
ry prices. See us on Hosiery, H a ta, Shoes,
P.n.t.-, overalls. Drawers,etc. Reinem
?or wt? are Mill Agents, and can save you
all the Intermediate nrofits and drum
mers' commissions. We mk every mer
chant in need of any of above lines to
allow us to submit samples and prices.
Thanking you for past favora,
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
If your Bicycle needs trueing ap or
you uoed a set of new Tiras gi vea ns a
call. Brock Hardware Co.
You wdl ?od a biK Btock of Victor
Sweep Wing?, all sizes, at Brook Hard
Doctor* Could not Help Her.
"I had klduey trouble for years"
writes Mrs. Hay mond Concor of Shelton, !
Wash , "and the doctor? could not help
mes. I tried Foley's Kidney Care, and
the very first doao gave me relief and I
am now cured. I cannot aay too much
for Foley's Kidney Cure," Evana Phar
W. H. Shearer, Sarveyor, You will
find me at Dean & Ra til flo's. Long dis
tance Phone at my residence.
Just received two Oars ot Buggies, all
prices-#35.00 for a Top Buggy un.
Vandlver Bros. & Major.
" Cbeapr to all otter Stores Dot for ilse Gil Only."
Our Store has been crowded with cus tom?is daily for the
past week, and the public at large are realizing that this is
Unlike other Stores in the city we do not nor will we sell
anything but perfect and satisfaction-giving Goods.
REMEMBER, wo aim to please, and will . always cheer
fully refund 5 our money for unsatisfactory purchases when
Goods are not cut from the piece.
LOOK OVER THESE PRICES:
Nice quality Dark Percales, one yard wide.only 5c
Men's Half Hose, in black or mixed.only 4c
Boys' Knee Panta...only 10c
Ladies' Felt Walking Hats. .only 15c
Children's Felt Walking Hats.only 5c
Ladies' Flannelette Ready-to-Wear Waists.only 39c
Ex.ru large Wliite Bed Quilts.only 98c
Men's Heavy Work Shirts . .only 20c
M'en's Vici Kid Shoes, (solid leather) .only 1 25
Men's Wool Suits.only 2 48
Men's Wool Dress Pants.only 50c
Men's All Linen Collars-.only 5c
Men's Broad Brim Black Fur Bats.only 45c
Children's Black Ribbed Hose.only 5c
Heavy Quality Dark Outings.only 3c
Beautiful Cups and Saucers, per set.only 40o
Decorated Dinner Plates, per set.only 35c
Hanging Hall Lamp, colored glass globe.only 98c
THE GLOBE STORE.
SEED OATS, SEED OATS 3
JUST RECEIVED a Car of TEXAS RED RUST PROOF OATS
for Fall so w inp. Come to see us-will make prices right and eave you money.
SEED BARLEY AND RYE.
JT% fifi ID -Egleheart's Swan-Down, one of the best Patent Flours
T Lil Ul"* on the market, at 84.50 per barrel. Half Patent Flour,
that will give you entire satisfaction or money refunded, at ?4.00 per barrel
p|>CCCC ~~Ten pounds Roasted Coffee for S1.00.
bUl T LC?- Twelve pounds Green Coffee for $1.00.
BLACK MARIA CHEWING TOBACCO is the best,
t?r- Come to see us. We w?nt & liberal share of your trade.
WHITE FRONT-SOUTH SQTJAXCEl.
ANDERSON CASH GROCERY COMPAhf.
RUBBER and LEATHEK BELT in all widths.
Our celebrated Carbon Rubber Belt has been on this market for the
past seven years. The quality is the best put into any 3 lt of same price
Each year shows increased sales
Our "Akron" Leather Belt is the best that money can buy.
Pipe and Pipe Fittings.
Injectors and Inspirators.
Paoking of all kinds.
Wood Split Pulleys, Shafting, &c.
Everything needed by the man ruuuing machinery can be found in cur
Sullivan Hardware Co.
And r>ow it's...
A.s well as...
Organs and Sewing Machines
We want to tell you about, but you will have to come to the Store. Thia
paper ia not big enough to toll you about all the good things we have for you
and leave any apace for other news.
Pnces have surely taken a tumble.
Good Sewing Machine (new) for $15.50 just to reduce stock.
THE C. A. REED MUSIC HOUSE.
AS WE LIVE
It is our Ambition
We have made plans for a considerable increase in sales
this Fall, and after careful consideration of our Big Stock \*e
feel satisfied that we have every right to expect it.
Besides, Fall business is stepping off with unusual strides.
We are stressing the important fact that it takes good
values and economical prices to bring about this increase in
We are showing a very practical Stock from one end of
our Store to the other.
We have taken advantage of the great outlet we have of
disposing of Goods, and have made some important connec
tions that enable us to lay many lines of Goods before the
ti ade for less money than we have ever done.
We don't think that we will have much competition along
these lines in the way of prices and quality.
Without making any exaggerating assertions, we say to
the people who want to buy Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Mil
linery, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Gents' Furnishings,
that their dollar will go a great distance.here. We can as
sure them that it will do them valiant service.
We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us.
We are particularly areli prepared to furnish Merchants
at close wholesale prices.
.F. JONES CO.
For Men, Women and Children.
NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS.
Everybody invited to see the Largest
Stock and Bargains.
LARGER THAN EVER.
LESSER & CO'S, mammoth Storo ia piled high and crowded to a jam
with the most stupendous Stook of Dry Gooda. Clothimtat.d Shoes ever show
in upper Carolina.' It's equal to a Circus to see thia Sig Store and it? Bic
Stock, and the thirteen Clerks eagerly hastening to wait ?u the steady flow ot
happy-hearted customers. Come around and enjoy tho fm- and you will save
money on evorythirs you buy.
BETTER THAN E77ER.
We strive to improve the quality of all merchandise sold in this section
of the State. We sell no trash, no shoddy Clothing, nor paper Shoes. Oat
Stook this season contains many higher grades of Goods iban we have heretofore
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Our business has grown BO muoh that we will show our gratitude to tbe
public by hammering down prices lower, than ever this Fal! and Winter. 1?
you loan a man five thousand dollars at twenty per cent, you don't make ti
much as if you oharged him only five per cent, on fifty thousand dollars. ItJ
the amount of capital working fur you that pays. Therein lies the secret of
our bargain-giving power. It a the large and increasing amount of our sale*
whioh enables us to give the most Goods for the least money.
We are the Shoe People.
Because we have built up an enormous trade in good Shoes. We sell ool}
Solid Leather Shoes at the very lowest pricer. You can find here the veij
latest styles in Footwear, either for ladies, men or ohildren. Come and exafl
ine our Shoes before you buy elsewhere-we know how to fit your feet aw
New Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Department
Not having sufficient room in our present quarters to hold our ?mineo?
Stock we were c npelled to rent a part of the store-room adjoining us und?
IVlasonio Temple, and will be known as our ANNEX, where we have put m a
up-to-date Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Department. This Annex JJ
will find filled with Fine Tailor-made Suits, whioh we bought for spot ci?
and will surely satisfy you. Before you spend a cent for Clothing come ?*
?eo U3-we vrill save you money and time.
New L?he of Ladies* Jackets.
We were fortunate to purchase 500. 8ample Cloaks while in New VorJ
All up-to-date, ana will sell same at such low prices that it will pay y<>ur
call and look at them. You will he Astonished to find sueh beautiful CLOA?
at auoh ridiculously low prices.
Hand-painted China free. ?. housewife's delight-a nici
ly arranged table. 3uy your Goods of ns and get a Btu
hand-painted China free. Aakfor Coupons for free prenunw
Tours always truly,
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
LESSER & CO.,
LEAD?NO STORE 0^ ANDERSON