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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 1903.
Grand ?inti Petit Jurors.
Tho following grand ?nd potit Jurors
have hoon drawn, the tir?t named to Herve
tho current your and the last named to
BerveCourt <>f General Resslons, wiiicb
convenea on the second Monday in Foi)?
ruary, Judge <?*go presiding :
(IRANI* J i . KOKS.
J. A C*>ly. Brushy <'reek.
W. A. ? .Intni?'on. f?arvln.
John II. Wright, Kock Milln,
lt. NV. Tri bbl? and I). H. Kuseoll, An
H. A i?riffi'i nmi Arin Cox, Hulton.
J. A. 1*. Harton, Pork.
J, I?. Sander*, Cwntorvllle.
J. \V. Krskino, Broadway.
K. M. Duckworth, Hopewell.
W. A. Hammond, Willhimitou; and
tho following who hold over from last
year: .). 1?.. 1) Mitlitt, NV. T. McGill, .1.
\V."Biwdon, A. J. Smith .1. N. Bolomnn
and John Kskww.
i'irri i .i ruons.
!'. A. Lad batter and 1>. C. Brown, An
.1 T. < htssaw ,y. M. N*. Brock. I . M.
Wilson ?ml .i\~|.ir IS. Anliloy. il??ii?.-a
J. P. 11 ii n ' IT, NV. A. * * ' t . ... o i ? I, J. Mack
Kine iud A. Mels Kant, Belton.
].:. X. I-II i- #tl H. C. Wi ?non, C. J.Holli
da\ un ! NV. C Adkins NVIMhiniHt.<u>.
W. C. l',:-ktusand NV. N. Sc .tr, Brushy
NN". 'I'. I,?un, I,H ATMii.v, *I'ii i > i j 111 - uiand
A. NS'. I'iirKfiiH, i. ti \ in.
li. I?. Brad berry Kork.
.1. M. Cum pix ll. S. H. I-'inloy, !.. I-].
Bowie and A. H. I?.m io, t 'ornor.
J. M. Dani tirol 1 nmi F. ll. Watkins,
Ho po wo) I.
.I. c. Pruitt, Ii. c Chnmhiooand Han
som Joltorson, Havannah.
J. c. Sliirlnv, Martin.
K. C. Shirley ami J. N. Gi Ul broil,
J. NV. Hall, Varonil???.
P. F. King and J. B. Kew voa, Conter
A. F. Hauke, Ha !.
To tim Hoard of County Commis
sioners of Anderson County :
We, tho undnraignod citi'/.ens, a?k that
lija road leading hy Thon. Bowlati'n lo 1*.
J. Tucker's gin lion??', In Hopewell ui>d
Wllliamstou Townships, be worked kiy
March isl, and any necessary changes
for til? good <.f the road and public he
made, an it is almost impossible for tho
m I carrier to travel it:
F. 'J. Biwlan, Frank Ellison,
J Klllson, J. C. Rhodes,
II. Tucker, J. M. Browning,
i . i. NVtiitaini, I> J. Tucker,
E. H. Wolborn, W. ll Hark,
li. K. Tooker, .1 II. V. Kay,
J. C. Rhodes, M. R. Klllson,
O. J. Kay, li. li. O. K*v.
J. H. Tiioker, J. ti Klrod.
J. H. H linden, W. C. Burge'*-.,
M. K. Rhodes, N'. Burge?*,
A. F. Burnes*, Wm. Hann,
C. C. Rogers, John II. Kay,
C. H. Opt, Thus. IV Kay,
R. T,. Bowlan. J. NV. Knight,
J. T. ('beek. Jasper Iv ina rd,
I), il. Rogors, W. H. Kay,
W. C. Hammond. G. W. Hammond,
W. D. Anderson, T. B. Rogers.
R. R. Anderson, J. \. Bowlan,
E. P. Gamhrell.
Thom is quito an epidemic of bad
Mrs. W. A. C. McWborter ia suffer
ing at present with a bad cold with
syniiitoniH ot grippu.
Capt. A. J. Mooro, the Section M as
tor, who resides near Six ami Twenty
trestle, is very ill with stomach grippe.
Miss Minuto Blackman has been
seriously ill for the past ten days with
chronic heart disease Sh? hits been
for u long time a patient suifeser. Mr.
and Mrs. Blackman havo the sympathy
of many friends in tho nlllictious of
Young Bennie M i lam, who has boen
very low with appendicitis, is conval
escing nuder tho skillful treatment nf
Dr. will. Watkins, of Pendleton. This
enso scorns to indicate that this drend
disease, appendicitis, can bo cured
without tho uso of tho knife, lt is to
bo hoped that tho barbarous practico
of carving up people to euro disease
will soon become obsolete like tho
practico of blood letting. The hospi
tal, which Armour, the millionaire, is
going to endow in Chicago, to com
memorate tho euro of his little daugh
ter, is tobe "bloodless," which is a Btep
in tho right direction.
Miss Cleo Jfosely, one of Hopewell's
harming girls, boarded tho train boro
last week for a visit to relatives at
Westminster, 8. C.
Hon. E. E. Vernor and son, Charlie,
of Richland, wore tho guests of E. M.
Brown and family ono night last week.
John Garrison loft Monday for Bel
ton to enter school. Ha has secured
board with Mrs. Alico Geer, one of the
most pleasant places to bo found in
Bolton. Wo know this lady of old.
John II. Rothrock loft last Thursday
for Pueblo, Col., where he has been
offered a good position with John
Blackman, who went from this vicinity
sumo three years ago. Johnnie Holb
rook has pluck and energy, combined
with a bright mind and good morals,
just tho kind of a man to succeed any
where. Many friends regretted to seo
him leave, yet they hopo ho may win
Jame and fortuno in the far distant
Sam Harri?, of Belton, was in Denver
last week to visit relatives and on busi
Miss Blanche Brown bas been Buller
ing nioie than usual Muco Christinas.
.Tile latest fad berets collecting In
dian relics. A lady hero is collecting
for a museum, and wants all tho arrow
and spear hoads, Indian pipes and
tomahawks she can get that are in tine
-m 4? ?III -
.Jf Voi| Wain Seed Write Mr. latlrnor.
"Washington, D, (J.j Jun. \o, lOf?. ,
iLlViiv. -0...?-?.v: .
I wish you would announco in tho
next issue of your paper that on ac
count of tho rapid establishment of
rural freo delivery routes in my dis
trict, that list of names that 1 have
heretofore used in tho distribution of
?oed has become very incorrect, so that
do not care to waste seed by sending
them to the wrong office, and that any
ono desiring seed can havo them by
dropping me a poBtal card to that
effect. , , ,
I have sent 150 packages to each of
the rural carriers and asked them to
distribute thom impartially to the peo
ple. Thanking you in advance 1 am,
Yours very truly,
A. C. Latimor.
You May Not Expeot
Good bread these cold mornings if youi
flour ia of the spasmodic sort, that on j
"works by spell..'' You can't be certaic
Jvou don't know what to depend on
"C.ifton" Flour will bake to your entln
Bati ..action,, day in and day out. It ii
Sot . " beat?our to-day and the next bes
to.ttwviw. It ie the beat all the tint
Sd pe*-'? who buy "Clifton" know
j. M. Pa f-.k and Jno. O. Oaborneaell il
* A Tool Chest roll o7 all kinda of smal
toola. Ju?t ?"oh as w mid be wanted b
y^nr small ???V eau be found in the atoe
c?"ulUvan Hardware Co.
Mentions by thc Legislature.
Columbia, Jan. 20. Special) Molli
houses met in joint suasion to-day and
elected Associate Justice Pope to RUC
coed tho Into Chi? I' .1 nwt ii ? Mciver. A
successor to Pope will ku elected ina
few days. Capt. G rilli ttl was re-elect
ed Superintendent of the Penitentiary,
and tlw following were elected Direc
tors: A. J. Sanders, of Sumter, John G.
Mobley. of Fairfield, and M. I?, How
land, of Spartauburg. J.
Saturday \TIIS an ideal spring day.
The farmers of this comm unity nave
done very little as y?-t toward prepar
ing for anni li?-r crop.
.J W. Shirley wont to Walhalla on
business last week.
Dr. (ides, ol' Spartan burg, visited his
sister, Mrs. .1. W. Shirley, thc lat im
part <d Instweek. Mrs. Shirley lies il!
at this writing. The community joins
in a hop?) that she may soon bi; restored
tc hi Ul I ll.
In mn items of la*t week we were
mistaken us t?> the number of pupils
having been enrolled in ?Mir school.
Tho enrollajenl is Mi '.
Friday evening IUD! was thoroughly
enjoyed by I he young people of ??ur
Iowa ut the pheasant home ol Mr. and
Mi>. W. N. Woidbright. .Miss I.? .ssl?:
<>n account of bud health. Miss (?race
Thompson iras unable t<? ie turn to her
school ni IblsHtds, S. I'.
Wo aie sorry to noie that we still
have a few fuses of t he so-called small
pox near ?uir community.
Cotton seed sold for SCJO.in per ton
last Saturday in our little town.
Misses Kat? und tlvaliiie Sharp?' and
Miss Matti? Ledhcttcr are the cham
pion louse hack riders ?d' our town.
kev. Mr. J'rince lilh-il bis regular ap
pointment here in the M. K. Church
Kev. Mr. J/organ spoke to alargo
and appreciative gathering on "The
Harmony of thu Cospel"' in thc Baptist
Church Sunday afternoon. The lec
ture showed careful preparation, and
was presented in a clear and forcible
Miss Maggie Thompson's school has
been closed on account of smallpox.
Wo hope Miss Maggie may soon reopen
j .lack Harris, near Pendleton, spent
? several ?lays recently with Prof. Chea
i thain and put. in the time at shooting
' hirds, .lack has many friends on this
I side, and is always welcomed in our
Miss Hernia Farmer recently left for
tho Atlanta Husinesa College. She
goes to completo shorthand and typu
Th?; subject ?if "mad d?>gs" is creat
! ing considerable excitement in this
i J. P. Ledbotter went to Seneca Fri
day last on business.
Mrs. Hattie Cleveland, alter spend
ing a few mouths with bur mother,
; Mrs. L. Suttles, who has keen in very
poor health, has returned to her homo
i in Rockwell, Fla.
? Dr. Jackson Giles, of Piedmont, visi
; t?'?l his lather, C. I). Giles, at this place
Miss Lessie Woolkright entertained
! quit?' a number of Imr young friends
. very pleasant Iv on last Friday night,
j Miss Annie Campbell and brother, J.
! IC, visite?l AViss Daisy Marett, near
Hutton's Ford, last week.
| Horn, unto Mr. und Mrs. J. Heese
Fant, on the0th inst., a son.
Mrs. Ida Marett visited relatives near
j this place (pi i te recently.
Messrs. Crenshaw and Littleton, of
. Tomasse?, visited tho former's father,
i George Crenshaw.
H. D. C rant's littlechild is quito
; sick with fever.
i W. N. Bruce, of Oak way, visited his
Prof. lt. P. Clinkscales, of Pendle
ton, worshiped at this place Sunday.
Kev. J. K. Williams preached an in
teresting and instructive sermon at
th?; Baptist Church Sunday.
J/iss Sallie Shirley visited Miss Lessie
Woolkright this week. Pansy.
Foster Taylor, formerly ol' this place,
but for several years L. resident of In
dian Territory, returned Inane Mon
day, after an extended visit to friends
and relatives in our community.
J. D. Hunter, who hus for some time
been salesman fori. VV. Cox, luis re
sign?'?l and accepted n position with
the General Fire Extinguisher Co. Mr.
limiter left Sunday for Spartanburg,
where he will enter upon his now du
ties. Harold Urea/ealo has accepted a
position with Mr. Cox.
Miss Jessio Dean, on? of Spartan
burg's i:iost charming and accomplish
ed young Indies, is visiting thu family
of Mrs. A. B. Byrd.
Misses Maud Kay and Julia Maxwell
of Walhalla, spent several days in our
Miss Bessie Ma'tison, of Westmin
ster, is visiting her numerous relatives
nt this place.
Tho new bank building is nearing
completion, and if weather is favora
ble will be ready for occupancy in a
very short while.
Mr. Rico, from Texas, who has been
visiting his uncles, J. T. and E. B.
Klee, has returned home.
Williams Nicely have opened a
fresh and complete line of staple and
faucy groceries in ono of the handsome
storerooms recently built by Rico Bros.
They will be pleased to wait on yo.u
when in need of anything in their line.
Misses Lou .1/cDavid ami Ethel Wil
son have returned from an extended
visit to Augusta.
Miss Idelle Rice delightfully enter
tained a number of her friends ata
"Flinch party" last Thursday evening.
Tho work of installing thu new ma
chinery in the Belton cotton mill is
progressing rapid fy. In the near fu
ture th?; whole of the largo plant will
be in first-cia ss running order.
Mrs. Lena Prior, ilaugbterof G. W.
McUcc, now has charge of thu hotel at
J. T. Rice, who has been confined to
bis bed for some time on account of
injuries received by a tall, wu are glad
to say is able to be out again.
The Executive Board of the Saluda
Baptist Association will meet at tho
Belton Baptist Church Thursday, Jan.
Knd, at ll o'clock. H. M. P.
Tho Walker-McKlmoyle school, un
der the management of Misses Olivia
Evatt and Corrinne Newton, is in a
nourishing condition and has a largo
enrollment. _. ,
Miss Julia Griffin, of Pickens, spent
last week visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
A. G. Jamison.
Clarence Jtiartin and >V. E. Johnston
spent a few days in Greenville last
week visiting relative? aud friends.
Some of tho farmers of our com
munity have failed to get a full acre
age of wheat sown on account of heavy
rains. ., , . ...
TheLadieB1 Missionary Society will
meet at Sharon the first Sunday after
Misses Lizzie Johnston and Julia
Griffin spent a few days in Pendleton
? last week. , , .
ll The young people of thiB community
v attended a dance at Felix Martin's last
k Friday night, which was very mue!
enjoyed by all those present.
Mr. and Mri?. VV. A. <i. .Jamison ar?
wearing a smile. It"? a hov.
\V. K. Johnston visited friends in
Picketts lasl Saturday night and .Sun
Th? weather lia? been very enid for
the Inst few days.
We wish for the dear old Intelligen
cer and its readers a bright and pros
perous New Year. You Kuow.
Many exaggerated reports have been
circulated in regurd to thc smallpox
Hoare. There havo been nb deaths but
one, and if it is smallpox it is of a mild
nature. As a precaution thu people
are being vaccinated.
Miss Luis Roberson returned to ber
home in Abbeville last week aflora
pleasant visit lo relatives.
Cordon Speer spent ono day last
week in Abbeville, we understand, on
u very pleasant mission.
.Miss Alkanza Wharton, of Molf.ttts
ville, is visiting her sister, Mis. T. J.
Miss Ktholl Speer has returned home
sifter visiting relatives in Monterey.
Mi> Maggie Bullock, ol Abbeville,
uncut last week with Mr. and Mrs. .J.
'I. lattimer. She returned home Satur
day accompanied by Mrs. Larimer.
'1'. I?. Cooley has been very sick for
thu past week but is now able tobe up.
Mrs. ll. C. Kennel, who has been
cnnlined to her loom tor several weeks,
ts now able to be up.
Kev. il. McMillan spent a few days
last week with Mr. T. .J. Howman.
.Jan. I'J. Yedie.
Letter to J. M. Taylor, Anderson. S. C.
Dear S r : You'd utrlko it rieh If you
could lind a way to shave your customers
io loss Um?, lor Insu cost, and tnuko the
shave last twice or three times an long.
You wouldn't shave tho same person HO
many times, nor got so much of his
monoy ; hut tho whole town would be
talking about you, and everybody would
como lo you tor a ulm ve.
Hevoo lead and zinc is exactly that in
paints, lt takes fewer gallons, ami it
wears longer. Costs less for the job, and
you don't havo lo do it again for years
and v<ars- six years at least.
''Power gallons ; wears longer.'' Takes
fower gallons to paint a house with Devoe
I.em! and /.mc than with mixed [minto ;
mid it ?"uri longer than mixed paints or
lead and oil. Yous truly,
F. W. DKVOK it Co.,
Native Garden Seed.
Cashier's, N C.. Jan. 12lh, 1908.
Editor Intelligencer: It ?muid pay the
farmm-H of Anderson County to cometo
town on tho first Monday in February if
for no other purpose than to buy a i'ow
papers of our native grown (Junien ticed*.
They ?'an get rid ?>f that unpleasant rot
ten stench, alw*v>|proso it from Northern
grown send-, oral leas?, about tho time
they begin lo mature. Vv>? have been in
the semi business about twenty years and
think we know what will suit tho people
of Anderson County. Wo eau easily lie
fourni on tho Public Square eu that d?y.
Respect f'u lix*,
Tum. It. Zachary it Sons.
WA NTH D-To sell a limited number
ol grafted Hlllhouse or Howden Winter
Apple trees at 25 eta each. Aoplv A. H.
Howden, Andcrsou, H. C., ll. P. D. N<?. 3.
Wc doubt, whether there is any one
thing on earth that will ?fiord the house
keeper so much pleasure as aflnurtlmt
will give her perfect satisfaction. That
Hon.- in "Clifton." Let na but once get a
sack ol' clifton" Flour In your home and
wo invite you to try ^thor brands to your
heart's content. Such comparisons only
brine; out tho superiority nod excellence
nf ..Clifton." y? ld by Jno. C. Osborne
and J M. Pair.ok. ?
LOST-Certificate of Deposit on Hank
of Anderson for $20, No. 702. dated March
?fitli, 1902, in favor of Lizzello Willis.
30- 4 M. L. Willis, Trustee.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have a large
stock of Nursery and Grate Fendere.
Tho childrcu are much safer and there is
loss danger from tiie lire roi'ir?g on the
floor by using one ot (hem.
Everybody wants a Pocket Knife.
Sullivan Hard ware Co. have a large as
Noitment of carefully selected Pocket
Knives Al?o a full line of Scissors for
the girls and ladles.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have some ele- I
gaut sets of Carvers beautiful In design
and of best quality. One of these seta
would be greatly appreciated by any lady
as a Christmas present.
Churns-If you want a Churn that will
bring the butter of half the time, see
Brock Hardware OP. and get one of their
COAL FOR S ALE- Phoue to J. J. Dob
bins' stable or coal ye rd.
i The satisfaction of shaving with a good
Razor will be greatly enjoyed by your
husband or brother. If you are puzzled
to know what to get them for Cbrlatmaa,
?ol oct a Razor and Strop from Sullivan
Hardware Co. and be assured that they
will be pleased with suoh a gift.
W. H. Shearer, Surveyor, You will
find me at Dean it Ratline's. Long dis
tance Phone at my residence.
The undersigned respectfully asks the
pa'mnage of those who want correct
work at a modest coat. Deeds drawn,
mortgages drawn, contracts drawn, honda
for titles drawn, abstracts of titles fur
nished. Also correct information as to
real estate mortgaue indebtedness. Con
tracts o'all the 'Old Une" Life Insur
ance, i'Mm nmi im explained and made
plain. Ofilee at present at the Intelligen
cer otllce. K. E. Norryce.
Axes-If you want an Axjthat will
-tutu! any timber try our Knot Chopper,
ll rock Hardware Co.
Jost received two Cars ot Buggies, all
price.*-$35.00 for a Top Buggy up.
Vandiver Bros. A Major
Well b'ickets and valves for the espar
tan burg Panmt Well Fixture?? can always
bo found at the Brock Hardware Co.
Refined, lip-to date neop!? al wara want
thebes. GALLAGHER BROS. ara ac
knowledged tn be among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS in the South. They do
not waste their ?kill on oheap, lading
We NMI the best ?nd lightest draft
Mowers on earth. Come and see them.
Vendiver Bros. A Malor.
I Merchants, Do Yon Handle Shoes?
We are soiling agents for J. K. Orr'a
celebrated Advertised Red Seal Shoos,
Boston and Atlanta. Thia Ltne com
prises everything from the cheapest
Brogan to the fluent hand made gooda.
Our men's King Beo to retail at fS.&O and
Ladles't? neon Bees to retail at $2 50 are
the most elegant and best advertiaed
Shoes on ?he market. Every pair war
ranted. Wo ask merchants in need of
Shoe? to call at our office and inapeot
WEBB A CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
Churns! Churnal Churns! A lot of all
sires of the celebrated Cylinder Churns
just received. Brook Hardware Co.
MONEY IO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. P. Martie, Attorney-at-Law.
Now la the time to get a good Pocket
Knife at your own price from Brook
WAGONS-We have a large slock on
haud that we want ?0 dispose of at way
down prices. Vandiver Bros. A Major
Ammunition of all kinda of .'.he vorj,
best gradea la sold by Sullivan Hardware
" Giieaper ito all oilier Stores nt for fte Cash Only."
HAVE YOU SEEN THE PRICES ON MEN'S
A.T THIS STORE ?
An All Wool Beaver Ulster, worth $5.00, for $3.25
A Fine English Kersey Ulster, made in tho hest style
and worth $7.50, for $5.50.
In the way of
Is soiling the same way at this Store.
A LUCKY MAIM.
Mr. D. P. Simpson, of Centreville, won for the second time
the $2.00 at our Saturday night drawing.
The lucky number last Saturday night was 15048. The
person holding the corresponding Coupon will please present
same and secure $2.00 in Gush.
THE GLOBE STORE.
TRUTHS ABOUT COFFEES.
HAVING trouble with your Coffee, are you ? Can't find the sort to your
taste ? Can't pot it uniformly good ? Try BOLT and your Coffee trouble
should ceaso. Once I know the kind your palate approves I can give you just
that all the time.
With White Star Coffee, and right Coffee-making, you are bound to have
Coffee satisfaction. The Coffees are unbeatable, pure, genuine, and sold under
their right names. No substitutes allowed here. White Star Coffees are put
in Cans four grades from 25o to 40o a pound. I am exclusive agent for these
A. A. Grade. 40c a pound, an extra fico blend of rare, rioh and costly Cof
fees of the very highest grade, fine flavor, delicious in the cup and suits the
Coffee critic The Coffees in it aro never sold by some dealers because of their
cost. Those who want a No. 1 Coffee rcoognize its betterness at once.
No. 1 Grade, Mocha aud Java, 35o a pound. Another palate pleaser.
Smooth, rich, fragrant, with drinking qualities hard to surpass. "Can't be
surpassed," many folks claim. Genuine Mooha and Java, and not Rio or
other sorts masquerading under assumed names for profits Bake.
No. 2 Grude 30o-No. 3. 25o. Both good and popular where medium
priced Coffees aro desired. Honest Coffees at honest prices. Blends of high
grade sorts and please most palates. Money saved if you like them.
G. FRANK BOLT. The Cash Grocer.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND a continuation of prosperity is our wish for all our kind friends
and patrons ; and to those who have not yet joined the ranks of our custom
ers we extend our mott earnest solicitation for their patronage. Our line of
AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS,
Is COMPLETE We also coutract for ROOFING, GUTTERING,
PLUMBING and ELEC TRIGAL WIRING.
V ours truly,
ARCHER & NORRI8.
TO YOUNG MARRIED COUPLES.
WE W?NT TO SELL YOU YOUR BILL;.OP
We hav., EVERYTHING, from a Stove to every piece of Furniture
you need. Come and see us.
PEOPLES FURNITURE CO.
Funeral Directors and Undertakers.
Coffins aud Caskets. IS*. Funeral Car.
NO BETTER PIANOS
Made in the world, and no lower
prices. Absolutely the highest grade
that can be found, and the surprise is
how can such high grade Pianos be |
had so reasonable? Wei!, it's tins1
way: Pianos are being sold at too
great a profit. I o ave you from 25 to
40 per cent in the cost. I am my own
book-keeper, salesman And collector
-the whole fcKiow." 6eel No
wc -k? -over, second-hand reposas ed
stock. I do not pell that kind. If you
are alright y cr>r credit is good with me.
The best Reed Organ in the world is the "Carpenter."
Will move to Expresa office December 1st
M. L. WILLIS.
Our Buyer Returned from the
New York Market.
And we are opening np an Elegant line of
We have doubled our energy and are pushing for a great
increase of business during the year of 1903.
We are going to make it to your interest to make this
your trading point. We know our mends will rejoice to learn
that last year nales were the largest for many a long time.
We tried hard to give full value for the money spent with
us, so our platform will be this year-good, honest values
best styles, freshest Goods, and full value for every cent
spent with us.
One piece of yard-wide Spring Percale, choice style, 5c yd. I
Lot 40-inch Remnant Sea Island for 5c.
Beautiful lot of Early Spring Ginghams.
The most wonderful lot, at the price, of Ladies* White
Muslin Underwear ever shown on our counters.
We put ont to-day a lot of Flannelettes to close ont.
Special prices on Blankets and on every piece of Winter
Goods in our Store.
One case of Ladies' Heavy Bibbed 15c Hose reduced to 10c
We are making some marvelous cuts on a remnant lot of
Twenty-five per cent discount on Men's Clothing, Men's
Underwear, Men's Hats for one week. This offer is made to
close out Winter stuff.
Great inducements offered on all Overcoats left.
We say gather together your loose change and come thia
way if you want values. We want ail eyes turned on us.
We believe our methods and plans and offerings will
merit a tremendous business, We ask everybody to help us
make this great Br; Goods Establishment the pride of every
citizen in Town and County.
Head-to-Poot Outfitters for
Men,. Women and Children.
Wish to thank their friends and customers for the liberal
patronage given them during the year of 1902.
We will endeavor to try and increase our business double
for 1903 by giving you good values and prices below our
We handle only Firs* ?lasa Goods, nothing shoddy. We
will to-day inaugurate a sale of
Our New York Buyer bought about two thousand pieces at a
song. To see them means to buy them. Come at once and
let our Sales-ladies show them to yon.
We will from now on sell all oftour Winter Goods at and
below Cost to make room for our mammoth Spring Stock.
When in need ot SHOES give as a call, as we will save
yon from twenty-five to thirty-five per oent on your
Wishing yon a happy and prosperous New year?
; Yours-for business,
1 UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
LESSER & CO..
UEA.DINO STORE OF ANDERSON