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J. F. CLIKKSCALEB, \ EDITORS AN?
C. C. LANGSTON, S PKORIETORS,
ONE YEAR, - - - - $1 GO
SIX MONTHS, - - - 75
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 1902.
Anderson does not lay claim to
being on a boom, but for real progress
and prosperity wc do claim to bc in
thc front rank with the leading cities
of the country.
The price of whiskey in Kentucky
has advanced twenty-live cents on the
gallon. That doesn't mean, however,
that men will drink less; utily that thc
women and children will cat less, *ays
If Anderson needs anything at this
time it is a live Hoard ol' Trade that
will do active v.ork for the improve
ment and progress of Anderson, it
should be organized and huid its
meetings regularly once or twice a
A report of the Census Hureau on
thc entire textile industry shows that
$1,042,9:17,577 is invested in thc 1312
establishments reporting. Thc value
of thc product is returned at $931,494,
56G, to produce which involved an out
lay of $23,289,102 for salaries, $209,
022,447 for wages, $03,122,910 for
miscellaneous expenses and $521,345,
200 for materials used.
If you desire to relieve those town
ships from tho payment of a heavy
bonded indebtedness, issued in aid of
a railroad which has never been built,
and which the State Courts have de
clared invalid, but which thc Federal
Courts are trying to enforce, vote
"Yes" next Tuesday on constitutional
amendment, Article VII. Section ll,
of tho Constitution, relating to coun
ties and county government.
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The Republicans have nominated a
candidate for Congress in each Dis
trict in South Carolina. Of course
they do not expeot to elect any of
them,(but if there-is a small Democratic
vote in thc election next Tuesday the
Republicans will have gjod grounds
for a contost, and with a Kepublicuu
House they may throw out soino of
our nominees. It is tho duty, there
fore, of every Democrat to go to the
polls and vote next Tuesday.
Ex-President Cleveland says the
only chanco for the Demooraoy to win
io 1904 is to put up a stiff fight for
tariff reform. This is the only issue
the party has ever been successful
on before the people, and it is a live,
burning question. The tariff touohes
the pockets of the people, and is in
creasingly burdensome. If the party
can't win on this issue it is useless to
revamp the cid silver question or any
of the other moribund features of the
Democratic platform in former cam
It is hardly possible thai the Amer
ican people, who are resolved to
amend the tariff as to its greatest ini
quities and to oontrol the trnets in
their outrageous extortions, will be
deceived by the specious pleas put forth
by President Roosevelt, who by his own
confesi?n acknowledges that he has not
the courage to follow his convictions.
There is a sentiment of Republican
revolt in thc West, due to the con
viction that there must be a revision
oi' thc tariff in the interest of the
people. It is this sentiment whioh it
is 6aid has caused the withdrawl of
Speaker Henderson in the Third Con
gressional District of Iown, this emi
nent tariff revision idea. There is
undoubtedly a serious disaffection in
the Republican ranks. The condition
created by the growth of this senti
ment for tariff revision promises some
big surprises in the election next
Tuesday. The Democratic campaign
managers are justified in working con
fidently and aggressively for the re
turn of a Democratic majority in tho
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Southern Congressmen aro being
written to by constituents who de
sire information about the silk worm
industry. The Agricultural Depart
ment at Washington has collected
literature on thc subject and numcr.
ous persons are interested in it.
Many years ago there was quite a
craze on the subject at the north.
Mulberry trees were set out in large
numbers but as far south as New Jer
sey they were killed by frost. Thc
south is the proper place for thia in
dustry, and we believe it would prove
a successful venture down here. It
ia an industry that can very well cm
ploy women and children. We under
stand that the North Carolina cxperi
ment station is giving some attention
to the matter, and estimates that in
50,000 families the product of four to
five ounces of silk worms could be
cared for, without any hindrance to
other work.; AB the United States
now manufactures and uses moro silk
than any other country, it seems right
fc'-at some of it should be produced
Cnpt. H. li. Walkin*, chairman of
tho county democratic executive com- j
m it tee. hue received tho following
letter from Gen. Wilie Jones, chair?
in.?.n of tho State executive committee:
Headquarters of tho State Democratic
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 24,1002.
Capt. il. il. Watkins, Chairman,
Anderson, S. C.
Dear Sir: I have been informed
that a white man by th-; name of
Scott lins been nominated by the Re
publicans against lion. Wyatt Aiken,
who is tho Democratic nominee for
congress from your district, lt is
very important that every Democratic
voter should bo brought out on elec
tion ?lay November 4th, and 1 write to
ask you that you will do every thing in
your power to Ket our people to voto.
Thia is the only danger we have. (Jet
your county papers to stir tin* people
up and urge upon them tho great ne
cessity of their yoting; otherwise our
Democratic candidate may he in nonie
danger of bei UK defeated. I am par
ticularly a? xioua that a large Demo
cratic vote shall be cast, so that if
ther?; should he a contest before the
House of Represen tut ives, which we
presume will he Republican, that our
candidate may have such a large ma
jority that there can be no question as
to his election. So that. I trust you
will do everything in your power to
get our people to come out and vote.
Yours very truly,
* Wilie Jones,
Chairman State Dem. lix. Com.
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Willie [.'. Henderson, of H reen vi lb-,
is at his tat hers.
J. It. Henderson is critically ill with
typhoid fever. Ilia many friend hero
and else w h .re wish tor him a speedy
J. Enoch, the infant son of Juo.
Wyatt, died Saturday morning ?nd
was buried here at ll o'clock by the
side of his mother, who preceded it to
the grave two months ago.
Th-dwelling house on S.W. Hen
drix'? place, occupied by Tom Waters,
wns destroyed by lire Sunday morning
about 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Lathem visited
L. lt. Henderson the third Sunday.
.lames Cox, of Helton, wns in our
midst recently. There must bo some
attraction for bim.
Mr. aud Mrs. Pool, of Greoville visit
ed John lt. Henderson yesterday.
Oct. 27. Hiu9 Stockings.
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- The governnieut is investigating
the use of oil as a fuel on battle-ships.
- Two men were killed and four
others injured iu a mine explosion in
- The city of Havana, Cuba, has
passed through a whole year without
a case of yellow fever.
- Tho government coru report
BOOWS au average condition of 71).(j
against 52.1 a year ago.
- Darlington will probably bandit
between 6,000,000 and 7,000,U0t
puuuds ol' tobacco this season.
- Au explosion in the dyeing roon
of the Sibley mills, in Augusta, killet
one operative and injured several.
- Several sections of Tennessee
and Georgia have experienced earth
quake shocks of several seconds' du
- A new religious sect has appear
ed at Borga, Finland. One of iti
peculiarities is tho use of broad ant
coffee in the communion service.
- ItTthe United States are 6,000,00
women workers. Of these 10,000 an
authors, 320,000 are teachers, 6,001
aro doctors, and 1,800 occupy pulpits
- And now they have a Port
Rican postmaster in jail on the oharg
o? embezzling money funds. He ha
confessed. Carpet-bagism is not bet
ter now than it was twenty-five year
- A solitary man held up a trai
in Montana last Friday night. H
killed the engineer, robbed the trai
and then went on his way. A rewar
of f5,000 has been offered for his bod;*
dead or alive.
- An official order will be issue
from the War Department within
few days calling for the reduotion o
! tho army from its present strengt
of 07,000 to 59,600, the minimu
strength provided by law.
- After being tried in legal form i
court for crimiual assault and mu
der and given the death sentence i
each case in Hampstead, Texas, tv
negroes were taken from the cou
house by a mob and hanged to a tch
phono pole in tho publio square.
- Farmers in Walla Walla Count;
Washington, aro preparing for wi nt
by covering their roads with straw
the thickness of about a foot. Th
prevents the roads from jotting ;
deep in mud. Three hundred mil
are to be covered in this way.
- John Wilmore, a prominent me
chant in Soott county, Vu., has bet
arrested on the charge of murderii
his father some years ago. The fath
disappeared suddenly and the sc
said he had gone to Mexico, and lat
said he had died in that country. T
bones of the old man were found und
the sou's store last week.
- While traveling Miss Hel
Gould is constantly attended by a tn
named Tutt, who acts as her bod
?juard. Ono of his speoial fuootio
is to keep kodak tieuds from taki
pictures of Miss Gould. During 1
long service he h*s been arrest
several times for smashing earner;
but Miss Gould, of course, always gt
him out of the trouble. He is a gin
iu stature and weight.
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county paper. For county news and
for county pride lt should KO Into every
home. But for new? from the capital
of your Stat? and every county in
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day; for dally new? from Wa? hin pt on.
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tho place In South Carolina-horne? of
The Daily State.
These are momentous times? In^iUs
tory. We arc In the midst Of warfe.'
?trikes and political struggles- of great
importance. The next Hc&doh bf our
legislature, with the inauguration bf
a new governor, will have pec??lar in
terest Man or woman, to Iceep up
with tho times, must read the doily
history of the world, and that la re
corded In entertaining style In The
State. The State will be .??int dally for
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months, or ju?t a fraction over the cost
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day! Cheap education and informa
tion for a family for 2 1-5 cents a d..y,
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day? aftd Fridays, each Issue contain
ing the must Important news from all
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for that ?lay and the preceding days
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Tl I li, STATE COMPANY,.
Executor's Sale Choses in Action.
By order of the Probate Court I will
?fil at publia outcry on .Monday, the .'ird
November next, tho doubtful and worth
less CboneM in Action belonging to the
Estate of John W. Daniel", deceased.
JOSEPH N. BROWN, Executor.
Oct 21*. 1H02_ll?_1
Land for Sale.
The heirs of the J. B. Neal trust estate
will nell on Saksday In November next
at Anderson, A. C., said Lands in Hope
well township, to be divided into Tracts
containing from nfty to ono hundred
acres. Plats can be seen on day of stile.
Terms-One-third cash, balanoe in one
and two years, with interest from day of
Hule at eight per cent. Purchaser to pay
Tor papen?. MI8S VERONA NEAL.,
Pot 20, 11)02-1_for Heirs.
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Executor of the
Estate of Hnsan Poors Cheshire, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will on Tues
day, December 2nd, 1902, apply to the
Judge of Probate for Anderson t'ounty for
a Final Settlement of said Estate, and a
discharge from his office as Executor.
J. M. COX, Exocutor.
Oct 21?, 11)02_ 10_5_
THE STATE OF SCUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
IN COURT HF PROBATE.
Carolin? 8. Smlib, Adeline Bagwell, Louisa I oil If,
Anna Sinii son, Hnllio (iamttrell Lou Bagwell,
Jamen F. Bagwell, Carrie (tunnels, II. P. Big
well, Sallie Kell Bolt, Nannie Estes, James Gun?
nels, H F. Gunnels. Jr., Lou Armstrong, ('allie
Jones and Addie Frcdell, Plaintill.t, against Ma
linda Morrison, Mar/ Scott, Helen Ambrose, It
T. Gunnels, Nary Jane Burriss, Hallie Roberts,
Itohert 8. Gunnels, John Gunnels and W. I*.Bag
well, as Administrator of the Estate of Frances
White, Defendants-Summons lor Belief-Com.
plaint not Served.
To tbe Defendants, Malinda Morrbon, Mar; Scott,
Helen Ambrose, R. T. Gunnels, Mary Jane Bur
risa, Sallie Roberts, Robert 8. Gunnels, John
GunnelaandW P Barwell, as Administrator of
the Estate of Fiancea White, deceased :
YGU are hereby summoned and required to an
swer the Complaint in thia action, a copy of which
ia herewith nerved upon you, and to soire a copy
of your answer to the aald Complaint on the sub
scriber at his office, Anderson C, II, 8 C., within
twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of auch service : and h* you fall to
anawer the Complaint within the time aforesaid,
tho Plaintiffs ID thia action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the c omplaint.
Dated Oct. 22, A. D 1002.
E. G. MCADAMS, Plaintiffs' Attorney.
[SEAL] JHO.U.WATKINS,C C.V.
To the D?fendant? Malinda Morrison, Mary Jane
Burriaa, fc'alllo Roberta, Roberta Gunnels, John
Gunneliand R. T.Gunnels
Take notice t'aat the Complaint in thia action,
together with the Summons, of which the forego
ing la a copy, was flied in the office of the Clerk of
the Court at Anderson. In tho County of Anderson,
In th: Stats ci Beult Carolin*, oa tua 22nd day Of
October, 190?. E. G. MCADAMS,
To tho Defendants Miry Scott, Helen Amoroso,
and John Gunnela, their resptctlve mothers and
fathers with whom they reside :
Take notlee that uniese you apply to the Court
within twenty daya niter the nervice hereof upon
you forthe appointment of a Guardian ad Litern
to defend thia action, the Plaintiffs will apply to
tho Court to have aueh appointment made tor you
to appear and defend such action tn your behalf.
E. G. MCADAMS. Plaintiffs' Attoru?-y.
Oct 22, 1902_19_0_
Home Insurance !
For Home People !
WANTED-A representative In each
Township to sell Home Lifo Insurance lu
the Abbeville, Andt-raon and Ooonee Di
vision of the Carolina Mutual Ben ?tit So
ciety. Apply to W. C. KLUGH,
Div. Agent, Andersen, or write Carolina
Mutual Benefit Society. Lauren?, a C.
Cet 22, 1902_ 18 _3
Flat woorlo Lands-for Bale.
On Saleday in November next (3d),
1 will oiler for sale that Tract of Laud
in Magnolia Township, part of Nor
wood Real Estate, uontaioing Seven
Hundred und Soventy-fiv.i acres, more
or leas, on Little River, ai.d bounded
by Cabel Lands, S. C. Riley, Boyd and
other Tract of Norwood Estate, in
Terms-One-third cash, balance in
1 and 2 years. Interest from day of
sale at 8 per cent, payable annually,
credit portion secured by bond and
mortgage, and if collection has to be
made by Attorney ten per cent for
Attorney's fees. Purchaser to pay for
ELLEN F. P. NORWOOD.
Oot22, 1902 18 2
County Mutual Benefit Association of America.
The County Mutual Benefit Association of America is uow organizing the
Anderson Divitdon of 1,000 members. The niembernbip feo is $5 00. which
covers the first advance death assessment. One Dollar for every member is
deposited with Mr. James M. Payne, the Seorctary and Treasurer of the An
derdon Division, and is held in The Bank of Andersou, subject to the order of
Nelson ll. Green, the President of the Anderson Dividion, to pay the first
death loss by the Association.
The Polioy is clear and simple, agreeing to pay the sum of one dollar for
every member in the Division upou the surrender of the Policy and approval
ot the proofs of 'lc uh of a member in good standing. It is a home organiza
tion, managed by h >norable, high-minded business men, for the bo ne tit and
protection of home.people. It reduces life insurance protection to the mini
mum of oost that the average of human life \ '.ll allow. There are no big sal
aried officers to pay, and there are no bi .: annual premiums to be sent out of
the County into some rioh Northern insurance company's pooket. All the
money stays right at home, and when it is paid oat every member knows ex
actly to whose benefit it goes in time of trouble. Until the first thousand
members are secured applicants will be reoeived up to 55 years of age, there
after no member will be admitted over 30 years of age. We want good, relia
ble agents in every township in Anderson County at once. Persons desiring
to become agenta for their township will write or oallen TROS. W. NORRIS,
manager of agenta for 'Andorf0a County. 19-4
Given Away Each Month.
Here are the conditions :
"THE BEE HIVE.''
The Peoples' Store,
Lucky number wins $5.00 the 10th and 25th of each
month at 12 o'clock. We will advertise in the paper
the lucky one and number. Each ticket has cor
responding number on each end, and we give you
one and we keep cr.o, and on the 10th and 25th of
each month we shake well the box of tickets, and let
some disinterested party draw out a number, and we
put it aside and advertise for the party that holds
corresponding number, which entitles them to a
CASH PRIZE OF $5.00.
We will not know who holds any of the numbers, as
cur's are in the box, and no two tickets numbered
We will give yon one ticket with each pair of
Shoes, and besides this we are prepared to save yon
20 to 5! 5 per cent on all your purchases of
A.sk for Coupons when you buy Shoes.
THE BEE HIVE. J
Anderson's Busiest Store. ^
I Phone 65. McCully Building, ?
! C. H. BAILES & GO. S
$5,000 IN GOLD GIVEN TO WOMEN
By the Make of "Queen Quality," the
Famous Shoe for Women, .
ASK US FOR PARTICULARS I
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 sn inspection of our Stock.
We don't ask you to buy unless
you think the Goods 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 F DS,
It Pays to Buy the Best.
WE are offering for sale Fertilizers and Acid Phosphate?
manufactured expressly for GRAIN. They are finely ground
and perfectly assimilated, aud hence will give better results in
the field than Fertilizers unevenly ground and imperfectly mix
ed. We desire that buyers will particularly notice the CON
DITION ot our Goods. They are all carefully milled and
f cr ecu ed before 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 booda are right.
Our Prices are right.
Our term*, are right.
Julius H. Wei
This Week we inaugurate a
Cloak and Suit Sale
That Defies all Competition.
This week we begin a Sale of Stylish Garments for Ladies and CbUdW
that will eclipse anything of the kind ever attempted here. Even ibo shrewd,
est, most experienced buyers will be surprised at the values offered. ?very
Garment will be /ar below the keenest competition. We quote comparisont
Take the following offers, item for item, awl see if you can equal them, rW
values are tc be found here, and only here :
$5,00 All Wool Walking Skirts at $2.50.
Ladies' all wool Walking Skirts, plain Mid plaid baok, tailor stitched
Sold everywhere at $5.00. For this sale $2.50.
$10.50 Suits at $9.98.
Ladies Handsome Tailor-made Suits, in fine grade of all wool Broad Cloths
Cheviots, Venetian? and Hanuspuns, tho latent effects. You could cot find
its equal anywhere under $16.50. For this sale $9.98.
$10.50 and $12.50 Snits at $5.98.
This is an assorted lot of Cheviot, Serge and Venetians, finely tailored
Jackets Hoed with Silk. Skirts lined with tho best of Percaline. The prir?
anywhere for these Suits would bo $10.00 and $12.50. For this sale $5.98.
$12.50 and $15.00 Fine Black Taffeta Silk Skirts at $8.00.
Ladies Fine Blaok Silk Dress Skirts, handsomely trimmed with fanoySilk
Braid, or roso niching, tight or drop lining of best quality mercerized perca,
line. Regular sellingf price $12.50 and $15.00. For this sale $8.00. *
$7.00 Fine Black and Colored Dress Skirts at $4.25.
Ladies Dress Skirts of fine Venetians, Broad Cloth and Cheviots, finely
shaped and smartly tailored. Regular price $7.00. For this sale $4.25.
$5.00 Ladies' Jackets at $3.50.
Ladies fine all Wool Blaok Kersey Jacket, fitted baok, storm collar, fin.
?abed with straps, reversed cuffs, pear! buttons, lined throughout and thor
oughly tailored, all sizes. Nothing in town like it under $5.00. For this Bil?
$10.00 Black Winter Coats at $5.00.
Winter Coats 42 inohes long, made from all wool Kersey, in black, half
fitting back, high rolling collars, lined throughout with the best quality mer- j
ceri zed sateen. Others would sell them at $10.00. For this sale $5.00. \
$10 and $12.50 Fine Kersey Jackets at $5.75.
We plaoe on sale this week 50 Fine Kersey JaoketB, 25, 27 and 30 inch !
lengths. They are made from the finest imported all wool Kersey, blaok, cas
tor, tan and royal, lined throughout with Skinner's guaranteed satin, each gar
ment with large pearl buttons, flaring sleeves, trimmed with applique and
strappings of cloth, spendidly tailored and truly worth $10.00 and $12.50. For
this sale $5.75.
The New Monte Carlo.
The sale on Monte Carlo Coats has been enormous with ns ; our two Bam
bers we carry in stock has found universal favor. $13,50 Monte Carlo, for this
Bale $9.98. $10.00 Monte Carlo, for this sale $6.50.
We also place on sale thia week a full Une of Ladies' Furs, Misses' and ;
Children's Garments, Infants' Coats and Ready-to-Wear Silk and Woolen- \
Waists at a price which defies all competition.
This is our Banner Season in Millinery. Shaking hands with the steady
patrons of this department, and greeting numerous new customers daily.
Some come of their own accord; others sent by satisfied patrons. But the
crowds are coming, for our work-rooms are busy, our sales-people are har?
worked from carly morn to closing, all pointing to successful Millinery.
You will benefit by coming early and inspect the great offerings we have
in store for you.
JULIUS H. WEIL & CO.
LESSER & COMPANY.
Remarkable Pricing of New Fall Goods.
A mammoth collection of the very best Fall and Winter Goods at
LESSER'S. A store full of New, Bright and Fashionable Merchandise at
prioes that oannot be equalled. Monster showing of new Dress Goods, Goan*
tere piled high with fresh, new Dry Goods, Domestic Notions, Hats, Shoes,
Clothing and Gents'Furnishing Goods. The whole priced only ns LESSER
can price it. For the last 40 years the leaders of low prioes and the recogniz
ed trading place of Anderson County.
NEW FAIL IL BARGAINS IN OUR NOTION DEPART
100 Dozen Ladies Terfect Fitting Bibbed Underresta at only.
SO Dozen Lsdies Perfect Fitting Union Salt? at only.
86 Dozen Ladles White He mot itch ed Handkerchiefs, worth 6c at only._.?.. .*..*.. ?
100 Dozen Ladles Extra Heavy Home Knit Hose, value 10c. ai only..WMHMM? ;4 :
15 Dozen Infantil Worsted Hoods, real value 26c, at or.I?.....-.~.-.- jf
40 Dozen Ladles All Wool Fascinator*, rea) value 4C-J, at only.^..MH..?W- )f I
80 Pair? Extra Heavy 10 4 White end Grey Blankele, at only Per Pair...
10 Dozen Ladies Flannelette Underskirts, ready made avpniy. fr
500 yards Table Die Cloth, first quality at only ........... J?
10 Dozen Ladles Black Parasols at only.~.^M^UH.- tz
25 White Counterpane*, ready hemmed, extra large size, at ouly-....... <K
New Fall Bargains In our Dry Goods Department.
8 cents Outings In dark and light shades at only....?
Best Apron Ginghams in brown, blue and green at only. *7r
10 cent Or.tin?-, very wide and heavy, at only.M.?.- T
26 Pieces Curtain Swisses, white ground with red, blue, groan figures at only.J~
10Piece All Wool Ealerdown. in all colors, at only.-.. f*
60 Pieces new Flannelletta, lu nil tho latest olorlngs, at only._.- ur
20 Pieces doable width Cotton Piada, beautiful designs at only 'nmn- ,;',--.? ?Jr
100 yards of Baainanta of Cheviots, extra beary Talue 10c at only.-.-.
One Lot Bemnants and Shoat Lengths In all wool Bed Flannel at only.ns>
600 yards Dark Styles In Percales, last colors, at only...................".i...""m......r>*^- M~..~.?
1000 yards Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel at 6,0,7,8 and 10c yard.. "w.
800 yard Wool Piad Dress Goods, real Taine 25c, at onlye.f?L\w%iiu'w^^*n?^,.-.
New Fall Liine of Up-to-date leadle? Oloajcs 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. Whoo ID
need of any CLOAKS it will pay you to see our line before purchasing as ft
will save yon 50 per cent, on the dollar.
One lot Ladle? Fine Cloaks, all colora, 8Uk Lined, at only.-. 1-5
One lot Ladlee Fine Tan Cloaks, made of French Diagonal, at only.....????...'?w^... gj
One lot Ladies Black Cloaks, made of Fine Bearer,Silk Lined, m only........ tr?
One lot Ladles Extra Hoary Melton Cloaks, all colors, Silk Lined, ?at only..........- ?rj?,
One lot Ladles Black Bonoiay Jackets, Silk Lined, at only..~.....>.~,.?."...?..........-... til
One lot Ladles Black and Tan Kersey Jackets, Bilk Lined, at only..... ........................... !??
One lot Ex<ra Fine Sample Lino Buaslan Blouse Jackets, value $10,.- *?,
One lot Child's Hear/ Beefers, In all sixes, at only.......................?.
One lot child's Cheviot Beefers, tn all colon and razes.* at only...?.
One lot child's Extra H.*.y Helton Beefers, beautifully trimmed, at only......--.
NEW FALL LINE OF MILLINERY.
We oSer 250 Ladies E?njo?iiy Trimmed ii*ts, any shape and color, at only. 2?
One Lot Richly Trimmed ChUdren'a Hats at only.-.........~.......?.
Do not buy any Ladies Hats until you see our immense variety of ele
gantly TRIMMED HATS which will be sold AT A SACRIFICE.
NEW SHOES. NEW FAL?Li LINE OF gSJ.OES.
Our immense Shoe trade has forced us to InoroaBo our Shoe stock. TC*
sell ott ly solid leather Shoes at the very lowest prices. Oar Shoo stock is nor
complete. We purchased all of our Shoos from the largest manufactures i*
the United States and guarantee any Shoe that goes out of onr Store.
One Lot Ladies Dongola Shoes? all solid leather, at only. ..- .
One Lot Ladies Grain Button and Lace Shoes, all solid, at only.ir,
Ooe Lot Ladies Vesting Top Shoes, all sises and solid Heather, at only. . Jg
One Lot Men's Brogan ShoeB, cabio screwed, all leather, at only..... . '3
One Lot Ladies' Fine Dongola S.iocs,.scotch bottom, value $2, at only.
One Lot Gentlemen's Vioi Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, at only.
One Lot Boy's Brogan Shoes, all solid, 3 to 5 J, at only...T
NEW LINE CLOTHING A*i? GENTS' FURNISHING*
100 Dozen Gents Fleece Lino Shirts, well worth 500, at only...5
10 Dozen Genf? all wool Undershirts, regular value $1.50, at only.T
New Line Genta Hats of any stylo and color, from 25o to $2.00.
Now Line of Gents Single Coats, value $2, ot only..-... >.j}"
New Line Gents Trousers, just received, worth $1.50 and $2, afc only.. . JJ-a
New Line Chesterfield Gents Blue Flannel Suits, real value $10, at only
Free, Free, Free-Hand Painted China FREE. A House-wife's
nioely arranged table. Buy yonr Goods of US and- gat a set ol band P?""T
CffllNA FREf?. Ask for Coupons for free Premiums.
Yours always truly, *
LESSER Ss CO.
FJNDBB MASONIC TEMPLE. ; LEADING STOKE Ol? ANDI
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