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J. P. CLINKSCALEB, \ EDITORS AND
C. 0. iiANOSTON, S PBOBIETORS.
ONE YEAR, - - - - $1 50
SIX MONTHS, - - - 75
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1902.
Remember that the general election
.will be Tuesday, November 4th. Get
your registration ticket ready if you
expect to vote. Every Democrat
should take enough interest to go to
thc polls and cast his ballot.
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An Agricultural Department expert
finds that we supply Great Britain
wiih one-third of her enormous im
ports of more than a billion anda hal?
dollars' worth per year of farm pro
ducts. Britain is a good customer as
well as a good friend of Uncle Sam.
. The btrike in tho anthracite coal
fields of Pennsylvania has been settled,
and thc whola country feels relieved.
The presiden' bas appointed a com
mission, consit ing of six persons, to
adjust ai! differences, and both par
ties have agreed tc abide by the de
cisions of this commission.
A protectionist newspaper in Los
ton has come slowly around to thc
view that there are several things in
the Dingley tariff that might be wisely
revised. Among other things it men
tions thc duty on bituminous coal.
After this little kindergarten begin
ning the Boston tariff champion may
eventually he brought to recognition
of the iniquity of a duty of nearly 100
per cent, on the woolen clothing of tho
The following is written in suoh a
splendid strain that wc cannot forego
the temptation to reproduce it. It is
clipped from an exchange that does
not give oredit, hence we are unable
to supply the deficiency: "Learn to
be a man of your word. One of the
most disheartening of things is to be
compelled to do business with a per
son whose promise is not to bc de
pended upon. There are plenty of
people in this wide wci'd whose prom
ise is as slender a tic as a spider's
web. Let your given word bo as a
hempen cord, a chain of wrought steel
that will bear the heaviest strain. It
will go far in making a wan of you,
and a real man is the noblest work of
God. The man who does not honor
ably meet his promises is not only dis
honest, but is a/coward; the mau who
dares not meet his obligations in good
faith can frame no other excuse than
that of cowardice. Young man, have
a oharacter of your own. Do not bc a
lump of moist putty molded and shop
ed by the influence and impression of
those whom you last met. Your repu
tation is made by your conduct. Cul
tivate force, energy, self reliance and
be a positive quantity that can bo cal
culated upon at all times and at all
placea. Be a man whose word is worth
a hundred cents on a dollar and your
reputation will be os good as goid.":
We hav? received a copy of "Cot
ton Movements and Fluctuations,
1897-1902," a beautiful and artistical
ly printed and bound book issued by
Latham, Alexander & Co., bankers
and commission merchants of New
York. The book is a careful compila
* tion of cotton statistics, is valuable to
tho ootton trade, is replete with valu
able information and of great interest
to the business man generally. A
brief examination of the book revealed
the fact that tho cotton crop of the
United States for 1901-02 were 10,680,
680 bales against 10,383,422 bales for
the prroeding year, a gain of 207,158
bales. The total takings for consump
tion in the United States in 190102
was 3,988,745, and in 1900 01 3,588,
501, a difference of 400,244. The to
tal amount consumed by southern spin
ners was, in 1901-02,1,937,971, against
1.620,931 in 1900-01, a difference of
317,040 bales, a decided gain for the
south. The northern spioners con
sumed in 1901 02, 2,050,774 bales,
against 1,967,570 in 1900-01, thc in
crease being onjy 83,204. From these
figures it will he seen that tho per
centage of consumption in the uorth is
in excess of the south by only 233,830
bales. This rapid development in cot
ton manufacturing in the Southern
States, as showu by this interesting
book, is very gratifying, and points to
a bright and prosperous future nlong
Corner Creek Briefs.
Once more me come from "Corner
Creek" with a few local briefs, and will
say that we beg pardon for staying
away so long from the columns of tho
dear old Intelligencer.
Nothing of much importance has
happened here of late; visitors cooring
and going, no deaths or marriages and
very littlo sickness.
The farmers have been kept quite
busy gathering their Bhort crops, but
nre about through now, and are mak
ing great preparations to sow a large
grain crop this fall. Our fermera seem
to be happy and contented with their
condition and surroundings. The price
of cotton does not rise fast but they
are selling right along, and a few
grumble and complain.
G. A. Bigby is quite sick at this writ
ing with Bright's disease. He has btien
very siok for the past month and his
condition does not improve much. We
join ilia many iricmis in within;; nun it
speedy recovery to ins uauai health.
Misses Lula and May Blackwell, of
Due West, spent ono iiight last week
here in our midst with their cousin,
Miss Nora Johnson. They are winsome
young ladies, and always make a host
of friends wherever they go.
Misses Julia and Fannie Gray, of An
derson, were the guests of their friend,
Misa Modenn Bigby, Sunday.
Miss Ora U'mby ie spending this week
in Abbeville with relatives and friends.
Belton Thompson, one of Fountain
i Inn's bright boys, is boarding at J. N.
Shirley's and unending thelioneaPath
Mrs. J. J. Kobi neon and daughter- in
law. Mrs. Lon Robinson, of Crayton,
spent one day last week hero with tho
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
M is.s Leila Carwile is attending the
Duo West Female College this session.
.Several from this section aro attend
ing the fair and carnival at Abbeville
this week. It promises to be a grand
affair and will doubtless attract a good
.Joe Hunks, who has been confined to
hi? room for several weeks with lever,
is able to be out again.
The cotton mill ut linnea Kath has
been completed and tho machinery is
being placed now. The smokestack
eau be seen over this far-a distance or
two miles, lt will not be many weeks
until the whistle cati be heard from
this new enterprise. Tyro.
Tho ladies of Salem Methodist
Church, a few miles from here, gave
an iee cream festival last Wednesday
night. Those who went from fiero
were Mark Speer and Miss Eula Fort
son, Henry Moseley and Miss Lthel
Speer, Will Thompson and Miss Lil
Huckabeu, Messrs. uamewell and Ellis
H nelcabee, and Miss Montague, Mrs.
E. C. Mechine.
Mrs. Thompson, of Williamson,
mother of our popular young towns
man, Will. Thompson, tn visiting her
son, and also brothers, D. K. and T.
Mr. Stewart, of Anderson, was in
town a few days ago on business.
Mrs. T. 1). Cooley and children and
i/rs. Caleb CliukscalcR spent several
days in Anderson last week with rela
MTH. Annie Turner, of Elberton, is
spending awhile with her parents.
Misses Ida and Annie Hawthorne, of
Latimer, accompanied by Miss Janie
McNeill, of Watts, spent yesterday
with Mrs. Fannie Colyer.
Dr. J. A. Brown,of Duo West,filled
his appointment at the Baptist Church
yesterday, after spending his vucation
with relatives in Virginia.
Charlie Hutchison and Master Cliff
Moorehead attended services at Boll's
Miss Eula Fortson, of Elberton, is
visiting Miss Kthel Speer.
Miss Lois Watson, of Anderson, is
with her sister, Mrs. Bolin Allen.
Our town will be well represented nt
the Fair in Abbeville this week.
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Speer and little
Francine are in Harmony Grove, Ga.,
visiting Mrs. Speer's parents, Dr. and
.Misses Mollie. Norn, and Marion
McCullough, of Barnes, visited friends
hero Inst week.
M ?HS Gertrude Smith, of Walhalla, is
visiting the family of Hov. J. L. Daniel.
T. J. Baskin, of Moffattsville, spent
yesterday in town, to tho delight of his
ninny frit mis.
Kev. .McMillan, of Now** York, will
supply Good Dope and Providence
Churches during the absence of Kev. I.
October 20. Vedio.
Home Insurance !
For Home People !
WA NTKi>-A representative In each
Township to pell Home Life Insurance In
the Abbeville, Andermn and Oconee Di
vision of tb*Carolina Motu?'. Benefit Ho
elety. Apply to W. <\ KLUGH,
Div. Agftir, Anderson, or write Carolina
Miiumi iinnetii Mot-let,). Laurent?, S C.
Oct Iii. 11)02 IS 3
Flatwoods Lands for Sale.
On Saleday in November next (3d),
I will offer for sale that Tract of Laud
in Magnolia Township, pari, of Nor
wood Beal Estate, containing Seven
Hundred and Seventy-five acres, more
or leas, on Little River, and bounded
by Cabel Lands, S. C. Kiley, Boyd and
other Tract of Norwood Estate, io
Terms-One-third oash, balance in
1 and 12 ycar?. Interest from day of
suie at 8 per cent, payable annually,
credit portion recured by bond and
mortgage, and if collection has to bo
made by Attorney ten per oent for
Attorney's fees. Purchaser to pay for
ELLEN F. P. NORWOOD.
Oct 22, 190* 18 2
Notice Final Settlement.
fXlHE undersigned, Administrator of
JL the Estate of N. C. Shearer, decena
ed, hereby gives notice that he will on
Wednesday, November 26th, 1002. apply
to the Judge of Probate for Anderson
County for a Final Settlement of putd
Estate, and a discbarge from hie nffli-u
W. H. SUEARER, Adm'r.
_Oct 22, 1002 JP*_5
THE STATE OF S JUT H CAROLINA.
Cor NT Y or ANDERSON.
COURT Ol' < O.UMON PLEA?.
Janie Clarke an<l Jennie I. Puff, Plaintiff* against
E. L. V arke, K. N < arke, B, M Clarke. Frances
M oiilr v. Mao lo Pogues, H. H. clarke, Emma
Clarke. Annie Claite. Willie Harke, Martha
clarice, Paul Clark , Pearson CU.kc. Eugenia
Clarke, John ll "Marke, Frank Clarke, Hevie
Durilnr, ?am. L < laike. Fannie Clarke. Thom
as Clark.-. Uich? 1 ? larke. Terrill Clarke, Cliff
Clarke, Ellas Clarke, Hobart Clark, Sarah Clarke.
L?na I.irk.-, li.un..h < I "rice, K nina Clarke ami
Alice Clarke, D?f*udant -su.amona for Helier.
Complaint not Served.
To tho Defendant* absvo named :
\ 'Oil aro hereliy summoned und required toaii
-'. ?wei the complaint in this action, which is
filed in the t-A CH of the. cleric of the Court of
Con mon I't-a-., at Andemon C. H,S C , and to
serve a cony ol ymir answer to the said Complaint
on the subscriber at his office, anderson C. U ,
ti. C., within twenty day? alter tho service hereof,
exclusive of the day ot such service ; and if you
fall to answer Ihr Complaint wlihiu the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiffs in this willan will apply
to the Court for th.- relief demanded in the Com
Dated October loth A D , iv VJ.
JOS N. BROWN, Plaintiffs Att*?n?v
[Saan ] JOUN t.. WATKINS, C. C. P. ?V o a
To th? Defender. ; uou.c r. ?* to ed .
Take HOI ir .? that tl?. Sumo ons, of which the
above is a moy, and the Complaint hereto, waa
filed In the rfflce of tho Clerk ot said Court at An
dor son C II. S.e., October Kuti, 19.2. aud the ob
ject of the i et'on is to partition a Lot ot Land In
the City of AI demon, cuni ai uh g one-fourth of au
acre, among th* traira oi' John ti Clark* and Mar
tha Clarke, deceased. .So personal claim ia u.ade
JOS. N. BROWN, Plaintiff?' Attorney.
To the Defer darna Willie Cia kc, Martha CWrkc.
Pud Clarke, Kouenla darke. Kannte clarke,
Thomas Clarke, Kachel Clarke, Terrell Claike,
( liff Clarke, fcllaa <\nrko, Kotiert Clarke, Sarah
Clarke ?nd Lena Clarke, and to Bataan. Clarke,
Em a Cia ke aud Alica Clarke, their rtspecUvu
rcothera with ?hom they reside .
Take notice that unleaa yu ai.ply to the Court
within tw?nty day? tier toe service hereof upon
you for the appointment of a Guardian ad Ll ie rr.
to defend tl.:, action, the Plaintiffs will apply to
.the Court to have such appointment made for you,
to appear and defend such action lt your behalf.
JOSEP" N. BROWS. PlaloUftV Attorney.
Oct. 16. IV ? 18 6
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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
For Repr?sentative in Congress Third
STATE OF SOUTH CA MOLINA, )
County of Anderson, j'
Notice is hereby given that the Gener
al Election for Representative in Con
gress will be held at tho voting precincts
fixed by law in tho County ol Anderson
on Tuesday, November 4, 1002, |said day
being Tuesday following the first Mon
day, as prescribed by law.
Tho qualifications for suffrage are as
Residence in tho State for two years,
in the County ono year, in the polling
precinct in which the elector offers to
vote four months, and the payment six
months before any election of any poll
tax then duo and payable: Provided,
That ministers 1 amargo of an organized
church and teachers of public schools
Lhall be entitled to vote alter six months1
resideneo in tho State, otherwise quali*
Payment of all taxes, including poll
tax, assessed and collectable during the
previous year. The production of a
certificate or of tho receipt of the officer
authorized to collect such taxes shall be
conclusive proof of tlie payment thereof.
Reforo the hour fixed for opening the
polls Managers and Clerks must take
and subscribe tiie Constitutional oath.
The Chairman of the Board of Managers
can administer tho oath to the other
Managers aud to the Clerk; a Notary
Public must administer the oath to thu
Chairman. The Managers elect their
Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed at 4
o'clock j?, m., except in the city of
Charleston, where they shall be opened
at 7 n. m. and closed at 0 p. m.
The Managers havo the power to lill
a vacancy, and if none of tho Managers
attend the citizens can appoint from
among tho qualified voters tho Managers,
who after being sworn, can conduct the
At tho close of the election the Mana
ger and Clerk must proceed publicly to
? open the ballot boxes and count the bal
lots therein, and continue without ad
ornment until the same is completed,
I and make a statement of the result for
each outee and sign the same.
Within three days thereafter, the
Chairman of the Roard, or some ono de
signated by the Board, must deliver to
the Commissioners of Election the po}'
list, the boxes containing tue ballots
and written statements of tho result of
j The following
MANAGERS OF ELECTION
have been appointed to hold the election
at the various precincts in the said
Anderson C. H.-C. E. Tolly, Sydney
Hall and L. E. Norryce.
Belton- C. C. Grubbs, J. T. Cox and
E. T. Rreazeale.
Bethany-Ed Whitten, Felh Martin
and F. C. Boggs.
Broyles Mill-J. C. Gantt, J. N. Trlb
blti and J. A. Stevenson.
Craytonville-C. M. Kay, D. R. Sim
mons and C. B. Griffin.
Centervillo Mills-Sam Jones, A. M.
McCoy and J. R. Williamson.
Clinkscales Mills-B. Y. Wright, R.R.
Keaton and W. J. Saylora, Jr.
Cedar Wreath^ School House-J. R.
Tripp1 M. M. Merritt and John Cely.
Fiat Rock-S. A. Whitaker, J. B.
Felton and J. T. Howard.
Five Forks-T. T. Wakefield, Thos.
Welborn and David Green.
Greenwood-W. C. Watkins, William
Glenn and Oliver Pickens.
Hopewell School House-Geo. S.
Martin. W. S. Newell and L. O. Kay.
.Ilouea Path-J. P. Dugan, S. E. Lati
nier and J. A. Simpson.
Holland's Storer-Paul E, Earle, A. M.
Holland and Charles Little.
Hunters Spring-W. P. Harbin, A. M.
Humbree, Thomas Girard.
Iva-J. N. McAUster, J. J. M. Bryde-.
Mitfords-K. P. Black, W. P. Bell, J.
Mottattsville- W. W. Adams, W. L.
Bond, and J. M. Campbell.
Neals Creek Church-II. P. McDaniel,
W. 1*. Hollands, nnd Silas N. Major.
Pendleton-Edward Smith, Dawson
Smith, and W. E. Hall.
Piedmont Factory-E. N. Elrod, W. E.
Long and M. T. Fleming.
Pelzor-A. F, Elrod, E. H. Welborn
and John Robiusou.
Sandy Spring-Frank Mayes, J. W.
Rat brock, and A, M. M dam
Starr-Ii. A. Dean, J. T. Stuckey and
Tugaloo-A. C Milford, C. E. Mar
iele and F. NV. Ci de.
Mu Tabor-J olin NV Palmer, A. A.
Atkinson and J. T. Cum.
Townville-\V. A. Dickson, J. T.
<iain* and P. S. MahafTy.
Williamstou-Austin W.Clement, M.
A. Ma ha ney and J. F. McAlister.
Willifords Store-S. A. Jones, J. C.
Shirley and J. J. Gllmer, Jr.
Cedar Grove Church-M. E. Ellison,
A. W. Poore and L. W. Lollls.
The managers at each precinct named
above are requested tc delegate one of
their number to secure ooxea and blanks
for the election. They eau be secured
on and after Saturday "ov. 1st. at An
derson C. H., S. O.
Jons A. HATES, Chairman.
J. MARSHALL DUNLAP,
Huon H. RUSSELL.
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Anderson County.
October 18, 1002.
G. H. Bailes & Co.
56 inch very fiue Wool Skirting, 75c. quality, at per yard- . . 49c j
5G inch Water-proof Skirting, a 50c. quality, ni per yard. . . 39c j
25 pieces All Wool Tricot Waisting, at per yard. 25c J
56 inch 16 ounce Skirting, and a nice assortment of colors, at
per yard. 98c ^
64 inch Blue Brilliantine, 68c kind, at per yard. 50c ^
54 inch Twilled Back Broad Cloths, at per yard. 98c .
38 inch All Wool Venetian, all colors, a bargain, at per yd. 48c
2000 yards extra heavy Drilling, at per yard. 5c
1000 yards good Ginghams, at per yard. 3he
4000 yards Sheeting, at per yard."..3c and up '
100 doz Men's extra heavy Fleeced Underwear, each. 37?c (
100 doz Men's heavy Undervests, at.15c each and up <
100 doz Men's Wool Socks, at per pair.10c and up (
100 good Steel Rod Umbrellas, at.39c each and up
100 pairs Elkin Home-made All Wool Blankets, worth 84.00, 1
at per pair. 2 98 '
Boys' Suits at.68c, 98c for $1.25 kind and up to 5 00 i
Knee Pants Suits at. 3 50 ,
Men's All Wool 85.00 Suits at $2.98 and up to.15 00
Suits at..ll 50
100 dozen Men's and Boys' Hats at.. 25c
Men's Hand-made 82.00 Hats at each. 1 50
100 White Bed Spreads, that weigh 3 lbs. each, and a 81.25
value, at each. 98c
100 doz. Men's Linen Collars, worth 10c to 15c, at each.... 5c
These will arrive in a few days.
200 pairs Men's Wool Pants, blacks, browns, blues, greys,
etc., worth 81.00, at per pair.. 75c
Men's 85 00 Pants, at per pair. 3 98
Men's Overcoats, 86.00 values, in Ulsters, blue and black
i Meltons, etc., at each. 4 48
, 100 pairs Ladies' Dongola Shoes, at per pair.75c, 98c up
Ladies' Fine Shoes, all solid, and every pair guaranteed, at
1 per pair.81.25, 81.60, 82 00 and 2 50
1 Children's Coarse Shoes, all solid grain, button, at per pair.. 48c
I Men's Fine Shoes, all solid, large sizer, at per pair 98c to... 3 50
I We sell such Shoes as the celebrated Battle Axe, Selz, Bien
F. Reynolds and other high grade Shoes.
' 100 pair all leather Men's Boots at per pair.. 98c
> Two Balls Sewing Cotton. lc
I One Alluminum Thimble. lc
5 One yard Sou tosh Braid. lc
. One card best Hooks and Eyes. 2c
' One Paper Pins. lc
> Six Slate Pencils. lc
) Four Pen Holders. lo
k One Pocket Mirror. lc
One Spool Turkey Red Embroidery Cotton. lc
' One Box Mourning Pins. lc
) One Box Hair Pins. lc
) Ladies' Winter Cotton Underveats at.10c and up
I THE BEE HIVE.
r Anderson's Busiest Store.
$5,000 IN GOLD GIVEN TO WOMEN
By the Make of "Queen Quality," the
Famous Shoe for Women.
ASK US FOR PARTICULARS !
Our Fall and Winter Stock is
now most complete, and one of the
most up-to-date lines of Shoes ever
shown in this country. We re
spectfully ask you to call in and
make an inspection of our Stock.
We don't ask you to buy unless
you think the Gouda worth the price
asked for them.
We sell only High Grade Goods ; we let the other fellow
sell the cheap and shoddy stuff.
Yours for business,
DAVIS, THE SHOE MAN, W ?&
lt Pays to Buy the Best.
WE arc offering for sale Fertilizers and Acid Phosphates
manufactured expressly for GRAIN. They are finely ground
and perfectly assimilated, and hence will give better results kt
the field than Fertilizers unevenly ground and imperfectly mix
ed. We desire that buyers will particularly notioe the CON
DITION ot our Goods. They are all carefully milled and
screened bef ire shipment
Ten acres of properly prepared and fertilized land will give
better return for your labor than four times the quantity of
scantily fertilized and poorly prepared land.
Our Goods are right.
Our Prices are right
Our terms are right
Three Floors 1
LOADED FROM DOME TO CELLAR,
Buying in laure lots we are in a position to offer goofl
Goods at a lower price. We have two large .Stores to buy
for, which puts us in a position to Underbuy and Undersell
Yard-wide Sheeting, very heavy.?. 3jc 1
Heavy Outing, neat deaigos.*.. 3jc. |
Heavy Drills. ^ '}
Yard-wide Percales. R. 1
All Wool Twill Flannel.
Heavy Wool Jeans. 1*^
ladies' Bibbed Undervests.
Ladies' Union Suite.1 26c.
All Wool Tricot Flannel.(. 25c
Ladies' Trimmed Hats.. 25a
French Outing Flannel.. gc
Turkey Red Damask. ?c
Linen Doylies, per dozen. 20c
Ladies' Grey or Tan Jackets.. ? .. .92 75
MisBea'Wool Reefers. 35^
Yard-wide Canton Flannel. 80
Grey Beaver for Skirts.?. 26c
Ready-made P. K. Petticoat.v. '.. ?oe
All-wool Jeans Panta. 45^
All-wool Men's Suits.375
Men's Black Clay Wool 8uita.4 00 ,
Men's Blue Serge Heavy Weight Suits..7 00
Boys' Two-Piece Suits. 98a
Boys' All-wool Two-Piece Suits.,. 1 60
Boy a' Knee Pants, all ages. 20c
Boys' All-wool Cassim ere Pants-. 50c
Men's Vici Kid Shoes.1 26
Men's Water Proof Brogan. 96o
Men's Union-made Vici Shoes. 2 00
Ladies' Kid Shoes. . 75c
Ladies' French Kid Shoes, warranted.,. 1 2b
Ladies' French Turned High Grade Shoes.1 SO
Men's Fur Hats, all shapes. 1 00
Men's Warranted Stiff Hats.1 50
Men's Linen Collars.?. 5c
Men's Union-made All-wool Pants..2 00
Men's Hol t Bosom Shirts. 26c
Men's Fleece Lined Heavy Undershirt. 38c
Men's Black Hose. 5o
Tree Premium to every purchaser. Cups and Saucera?
Water Set. Vases. Chairs, Pictures, Plates, China, Bugs.
One price, polite treatment.
JULIUS H. WEIL & CO.
LESSER & COMPANY
Remarkable Pricing of New Fall Goods.
A mammoth collection of the very beat Fall and Winter Goods at
LESSER'S. A store full of New, Bright and Fashionable Merchandise at
prices that cannot be equalled. Monster showing of new Dress Gooda, Coun
ters piled high with fresh, new Dry Goods, Domestic Notions, Hats, Shoes,
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. The whole priced only as LESSER
can price it. For the last 40 years the leaders of low prices and the recognis
ed trading place of Anderson County.
NEW ^ALrLi BARGAINS IN OUR NOTION DEPART
100 Dozen ladies Perfect Fitting Bibbed Undervesta at only.?.~..
50 Dozen Lidies Perfect Fitting Union Salts at only.- *?'
ZS Dozen Ladies White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 5c at only.......... %
100 Dozen Ladles Extra Heavy Home Knit Hose, value 10c, at only.................. vc
15 Dozen Infant's Worsted Floods, real valu e 23c, at only.-.-..........- lJf
40 Dozen Ladle* All Wool Fascinator-, real value AOe-, ?1 only.?*c
80 Pairs Extra Heavy 10 4 White and Orey Blankets, at only Per Pair?.
10 Dozen Ladies Flannelette Underskirt*, ready msde only.- J*
500 yards Table Die Cloth, first quality at calf ....??.......~.-.
-JO Dozen Ladies Black Parasols at only.?.UKU-M^W.?!.? Jg?
25 White Counterpane?, ready hemmed, extra large size, at only..? . 780
New Fall Bargains in our Dry Goods Department.
8 cents Oatings in dark and light shades ai only.-.?
Best Apron Ginghams in brown, blue and green at only........~..?.~~~
IO cent Outing, very wide and heavy, at only.,.
25 Pieces Curtain Swisses, white ground with red, blue, green figures at only
IO Piece All Wool Eulerdown. in all colors, at only.-.......
60 Pieces new Fl ann ellette, in all the latest vlorfngs, at only..WM.
20 Pieces double width Cotton Piada, beautiful designs at only....
100 yards of Kemn ants of Cheviots, extra heavy value 10c at only.
One Lot Bomnants and Sheet Lengths in all wool Bed Flannel at only
500 yards Dark Styles in Percales, last colors, at only..............
1000 yards Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel at 6, 0,7, S and 10c yard.
300 yard Wool Piad Dress Goods, real value 25c, at only?.~~~.
New Tall Line of Up-to-date Ladies Cloaks and Reefers.
We were fortunate to purchase while in New York five hundred sam
ples of up-to-date Ladies Cloaks, made of. the very best material. When io
need of any CLOAKS it will pay you to see our line before purchasing SB we
will save you 50 per cent, on the dollar.
One lot Ladle? Fine Cloaks, all colors. Silk Lined, at only...............-. 1^2
Ono lot Ladies Fir-, Tan Cloaks, made of French Diagonal, at only. ?
Ono lot Ladtti Cloaks, made of Fin? Beaver, Silk Lined, at only............. JJ*?
One lot Ladles 6 ...ra Heavy Mellon Cloaks, all colors, Silk Lined, ?at only.- ??.?
One lot Ladles Black Boccfay Jacket*, SUk Lined, at only.............~ ..................... .. ?*.*?
One lot Ladles Black and Tan Kersey Jackets, 811k Lined, at only.-.?.-.- '.VT
One lot Ex- ra Fine Satcpie Line Bu&slan Blouse Jackets, value 810.......~.-..
One lot Child's Heavy beefers. In all sises, at only....................... ??.
One lot Child's Cheviot Beefers, in all colors and sises, at only.....- ??
One lot child's Extra Ilea * y Melton Reefers, beautifully trimmed, at only?.
NEW FALL LINE OF MILLINERY
Wo ofler 250 Ladles EleganUy rr lr? m ed Hats, any ehr.,:? and color, at only.
One Lot Blcbly Trimmed Children's Hats at only.
Do not buy any Ladies Hr.ts until you see our immense variety of ele
gantly TRIMMED HATS which will be sold AT A SACRIFICE.
NEW SHOES. NEW FAIL I* LINE OF SHOES.
Our immense Shoe trade has forced us to increase our Shoe, stocky We
sell only solid leather Shoes at the very loweBt prices. Our Shoe stock is now
complete. We purchased all of our Shoes from the largest manufactures m
the United States and guarantee any Guoe that qoes out ox our Store.
One Lot Ladies Dongola Shoes, all solid leather, at only.
One Lot Ladies Grain Button and Lace Shoes, all solid, at only ....
One Lot Ladies Vesting Top Shoes, all sizes and solid leather, at only.. . <*>?
One Lot Men's Brogan Shoes, cable screwed, ali leather, at only,....... "?jo
One Lot Ladies' Fine Dongola Saces, scotch bottom, value $2\ at only . --JJ-Jx
One Lot Gentlemen'? Vioi Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, at only..... fl?J?
Ono Lot Boy's Brogan Shoes, ali solid, fi to 5*, at only .. .oW
NEW LINE CLOTHING AND GENTS* FURNISHINGS.
100 ?>o?en Gents Fleece Line Shirts, well worth 50o, at only. .
10 Dozen Gents all wool \ idershirte, regalar value $1.50, at only. 900
New Line Gents Hats of any style ana color, from 25c to $2.00.
New Lino of Gents Single Coats, value $2, at onIy".
New Line Gents Trousers, just reoeived, worth S1.5? and $2, at only v.. JJ^w
New Lino Chesterfield Gents Blue Flannel Suits, real vaine $10, at only fT.ow
Free, Free. Free-Hand Painted China FREE. A House-wife's delight, ?
nicely arranged tabje. Buv yoir Goods of US and get a set of hancV pamtea
CHINA FREE. Ask for Coupons for free Premiums.
Yours always truly,
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
LESSER SD CO.,
LEADING ST?RS OP AKD?R??H?