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WEDNESDAY, .1 AN. 'JS, 1903.
A Lively Scrap.
There was quite a lively scrap over
on tin- Anderson cotton mill hill Satur
day night last between Policeman
rower and Hai vie Rhodes. There
were rocks and clubs and lists and a
pistol shot and much blood und I he
screams of women in the mix-up, but
no one was fatally hurt. Policeman
Power came on) first best, but tin- top
ot his head looked like it ha ! hi 1 n
grazed by a l-i-inch shell from the
Oregon. Khodes had tanked up and
wakled U]) to a dance w hieb was mi pro
gress on tile hill. There .- nie one
raised ids ire and Im- a: onee became
obstrupcrotiB. Power ane.-ied him,
but shortly released him, a fii<ml fur
nishing bail, and Khodi - went home.
Not long afterwards, iti making his
rounds, Power heard loin cursing loud
enough to he heard all ovci tin- neigh
borhood. Khodes in his own
house, bill Powri considered (hat Ids
conduct justified i.t- uaiK-.-t. lie
walked up tin* steps to t In- door in lend
ing to knock, l>:it Khodes did not give
him an opportunity. Jerking tin- dooi
open he limit d a lock at Power, strik
ing him on tin- aim, and (hen ran hack
into the house. Power followed into a
dark loom and caught another Kick on
the top of his head, which lilted the
seal]) and scut a torrent id' warm blood
over his lace. He quickly drew his
pistol ami was in the act of shooting
when one of the women in the house
stepped between hilll and Khodes.
With remarkable presence of mind he
elevated the pistol and the bullet sped
harmlessly through the ceiling. Khodes
advanced on him, but exposed his
head ami Power, quick as a Hash, hit
him with his club and knocked him
down. Ho attempted to rise ami
Power hit him again. At this point
two or more women iu tho house made
their appearance, grabbed Power and
made the air resound with screams.
In tho meantime Khodes managed to
get up and at once made for Power,
using his lists vigorously on him. Ex
tricating himself with difficulty from
the women, Power rushed on Khodes,
used his "billy," got him down and put
handcuffs on him ami brought linn to
the luck-up. Monday morning lie was
lined y?O. This shows what Will
Power can do.
Ported a Check.
I M. McAlister, a prominent farmer
nn!1 r- ni County, was arrested last
night in Khicksburg cm the charge of
forgery and brought to Oleen ville this
morning on train No. :!? of the South
Mr. McAlister ? aine to Greenville
yesterday and presented a check signed
bv Simpson ?V Long for s^T? tot;. II.
Mahoti, requesting him to cash it. He
stated that he desired to secure some
gr ids, but didn't have any money. He
told Mr. Million that he had solda tract
of land in Anderson ('utility to Simpson
A: Long who had given him this check
in payment for the land.
J/r. McAlister was well known by
Mr. Mahon, having been a customer of
long standing at Mr. Million's store in
Williamston. It was known to Mr.
Mahon that Mr. McAlister owned some
land in Anderson County. Ho accord
ingly gave Mr. McAlister $100 in cash
and his check for the remainder.
McAlister then bought about. ?20
worth of goods and left, taking the
goods with him. Shortly after .1/cAl
ister hail left the stoic, Mr. Mahon
telephoned to Piedmont uml learned
that Simpson & Long had not pur
chased any land from McAlister, nor
had they given him any check.
Mr. Mahon at onco notified Chief of
Police Kennedy, giving him a detailed
description of the alleged forger. Upon
investigation Chief Kennedy learned
that McAlister purchased a ticket, to
Blacksburg, S. C. He ut onco notilied
the chief of police of that town and
upon tho arrival of tho train at Blacks
burg McAlister was placed under ar
rest. He is now iu a cell at, the station
house.?Green vil le News, 2.1th hist.
The above named individual is not a
"prominent" farmer of Anderson Coun
ty, but is well known here as a slick
rascal, and his name is "D.M." and
not ".I. I). McAlister." He has been
before the Court of Sessions here in
several cases, aud there is n. ease on
the docket now against him for ob
taining a bicycle under false represen
There is very little of importance
going on in this community at present.
Tho weather is very unfavorable for
There uro a band of thieves in this
community that are keepiug people on
the watch all tho time. They take
chickens, cabbage, in fact almost
everything they can get, which is in
deed very anuoylng.
Rev. J. M. Kogers has changed his
appointment, at this place. He will
preach iu the future tile tirst Sunday
afternoon and the third Sunday morn
A. C. Williams, who has been very
sick, we are glad to know is convales
Best wishes to The Intelligencer and
its manv readers. V. C. P.
Jan. 2(5, VMh
We have no school at this place this
winter on account of trving to get a
glinted Bchool. We think the people
ought to hurry up and get the school,
for tin children of this section aie
losing m* much valuable time from
their studies for want of a school near
enough to go to.
There are a few cases of whooping
cough in this section but none are
Walker Fleming and Walter Brown
ing, of this place, attended the singing
at Jumos Twiug'a last'd uuduy afternoon.
Mr.'Mini Mrs. King know how to mako
.young folks have a good time. But we
presume there is some other attractions
over there for these young men.
Jan. 26. White Kose.
? Deaths Follow the Earthquake.
Charleston, B.C., Jan.21.?Tho plas
tering in many of the old residences
was shaken down by the earthquake
Jthnt visited this city last night and re- j
-called the soverer one of several years1
?gTh8 walls of soveral unoccupied
buildings fronting on the river wero
It is'reported that Mary Johnson,
colored, received such a fright from
tho stroke that she died a few minutes
after the earthquake occurred.
J. II. Patchen, a prominent merchant
at Mount Pleasaut, a suburb of Charles
ton, died suddenly right after the
i shako. , . ?
The shake came at 8.11 o'clock, pro
ced. d by a rumbling which was heard
,for-^'uo tinio before tho shock. -Ine
inuaL-.-r of tho earth was followed by
?en vibrations. The citizens were
+v!C?T,, .!?r> a state of wild excitement
and"riisiied o~ut?f their^houses.
The negroes gathered in the street*
and many sat up all night, praying and
pinning. There was uojjfnous damage
Rock Mills Items.
Mr. W. S. Urn}' died at his home la?i
Wednesday and was buried at Prospect
Chinch tin*: day following his death, of
which Chmcli he was a consistent
member. The funeral services were
conducted by Kev. W. j'. Hawkins.
Mr. Gray had been in declining health
for Rome time, but his death was quite
a ?hock to his many friends, as they
did out think his end so near. He wan
a faithful Confederate soldier in Lee's
army, and has crossed over the river
and has already joined his faithful
comrades in Christ, who have preceded
him. and is now "resting under the
shade ot the trees." He leaves a wife
and eight children (four ol' whom are
mai i nil ) together with many friends
to inou? h his dentil.
I'i'V. Mr. .Martin, who was assigned
to the McCluie Circuit by I he Metho
dist Conference, has been re leased
Iroin the Circuit by the Presiding El
iler, who has appointed in Iiis stead
l.'ev. A. A.,Mi tlitt, ol linishy Creek
Township. Mr. Merrill has entered
upon his duties as preacher and pastor,
He preached his tirs I sermon at Provi
dence >esterday afternoon to ti largo
und attentive congregation ami made
il good impie.non them. Wo feel
ijii le suie he u ill In- much liked by bin
Sam liurn.s, formerly of this town
ship Inii who has been n resident of
Anderson for tin- last two years, bas
moved back home.
.1. F. M cC I tile, Jr., ami his- mother,
of Anderson, worshipped at Providence
Miss Pubic Gilmcr, of the graded
school at Anderson, was organist at
There is no smallpox or cliickenpo.N
in this township that we know of, and
with the exception of a few cases of
gripp the people arc generali v well.
Jan. 2<Jth. X. y.
A tribute of love from the Woman's
.Missionary Society of the First Baptist
Church, Anderson. S. C, to the memory
of Mrs. T. J. Webb.
While all the families of nur city
were anticipating the pleasure und imp*
pincss of the Christmas tide, ono home
was saddened by the entrance of the
Angel of Death. Dur Hinter, Mrs.
Webb, after a lingering illness, was
called by tin: Master "to come up high
er*' on the morning of the 2;ird of
11er depai turn Iiuh left aching hearts
and vacancies which cannot he filled,
for she was, as wife and mother, queen
of her home, a stay to her husband anil
n joy to her children, for she loved
them all in Jesus. In her girlhood she
was distinguished for fier loving, gen
tle disposition, in school a general
favorite, not only dutiful to her teach
ers but kind and alle clintiulc to her
schoolmates. She bore her sufferings
patiently with a submissive spirit, anil
by her unwavering faith, simple trust
in her Saviour, was an inspiration to
her pastor. She took great delight in
repeating her favorite chapters of the
Loved ones grieve not, her'swasa
triumphant death, died as she lived,
rejoicing in Him. We .shall miss her
in our Church, her gentle manners ami
pleasant smile for nil, ami in our Mis
sionary Society as a cheerful giver, and
always interested in every tiling that
pertained to the gi uwth of her Church.
Resolved 1st, To tho sorrowing fami
ly we offer our deepest sympathy, com
mending them to the love of our
Unsolved 2nd, That we inscribe this
tribute in our minute book and n copy
be sent to the family and published in
the Anderson papers.
Miss Ida Watson,
Mrs. S. Hleckley,
Mrs. E. II. Horton,
Miss Jcfiie F. Edwards.
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A Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Please allow us through
your valuable paper to return our
thanks to the many kind friends and
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness und assistance rendered our tie
voted husband and father, VY. S. Hull,
during his illness and death. .1/ay (iod
bless each and every one of them, and
may He take care of them through
t heir journey of life.
Muiinda Hull and Children.
Lawlessness al McCortnick.
Greenwood, Jan. 25.?News reached
here to day of what came near being a
serious riot and bloody fight at McCor
tnick, on tho Charleston and Western
Carolina Hailrond. The affair Round?
like the days of the lights in border
towns out West. It appears that some
time during tue day, Saturday, a party
of young men from the country, promi
nent among whom was Hobt. Dorn,
were disturbing the pence in the town
of McCormick. Dorn was arrested
ami later released under a ten-dollar
bond to appear before the in tendant of
tho town. Dorn went away and a few
hours later returned with a party of
friends, looking for trouble. Thea?
young men proceeded to raise a rough
house in .i/cCormick without much
They shot into windows and dis
turbed the silence and serenity of the
otherwise quiet little town not n little
bit. A body of citizens assembled
themselves into a posse and started to
arrest the disturbers.
When the two parties came in con
flict George Talbert, a leader of the
young men, drew his gun and started
to plug the leader of the posse. This
lie did not do, his gun only snapping.
The leader of the posse at once tired
ami wounded Talbert in the nun. The
sight of blood dismayed the disturbers
and thev dispersed. Talbert and young
Poliert Dorn wen? arrested, the others
escaping. Young Dom was brought
through hereto-day by two constables,
who were carrying him to Abbeville to
lodge him in the county jail.
They said they hail been threatened
by Dora's friends and expected that an
attempt to release Dorn would have
been made at Troy, but they were ou
the train and the attempt was not
made. Dorn was roped and tied like
a desperate criminal, although either
of his two constables was it better man
physically.?Special to tho News uud
Letter to Sullivan Hardware Co, Ander
son. S. C.
I Dear Sirs : How would von like to lake
the agency for the "Fewer gallon?; w?.?r?
longer" paint?Devon Lend snd Z?im?
it will cut in half the amount of paint
you sell for any one Job, but will multi
ply the number of Jobs- ley three, four,
live ten or fifteen ?as much aa yo i nnd
w? can make It by putting the f^ms be
fore your fellow-townatuen.
People are going to paint more when
they find It's so worth while to paint, and
they are going to bo glad they did It ln
Htead of aorry, as many are now.
It's like making a harnesa Ho who
finds a way to make a harne?a In less
time, at leas coat, and make it laet twice
to four tlmea aa long, Is going to get the
bnslnesa of hia town.
Luokv la the dealer wno aecuresthe
agenoy" for Levoe Load and Zlnc-tho
, '?Power gallons; weara longer" paint.
F. W. Pkvoe & Co..
Eminent Discoverer of
PAIME S CELERY
riot. KtUy; r.j K. Hwlp . : :. D , I.:.. I).,
was born i:: Connecticut :nid j;iadualed :it
I in unusual talent soon brought him imputa
tion anil prominence. 1 h t ho was ducted to
Ii.?.- piofcssoi Iii;? i l anatomy suid surgery in
the Vermont L'uivei ity. Next he v..;. np>
pointed lecturer in Dartmouth College. The
lollowing year he was chosen to the most
impoitant professorship in the country, a
place that lie occupied when he made hi.s
world-famed discovery of I'ainc's Celery Com
This infallible cure fur tlio-ic fearful ills that
result from an impaired nervous system and
impure Mood, has endeared the great doctor
to the world.
COLOR ANYTHING ANY COLOR.
Dresses, cloaks, suits, ribbons, coats,
feathers, stockings,?everything wearable,
Diamond Dyes make to look like new.
Wo have a ?peclal department of advice, nnd will
nnitwor free any (|tienii<>!iK about dycirjg. Bend
piiiiijiIc of K<">Urt wlicti j>unttlble.
J>irocti<>ti liook mid 4.r> tlycd *nmpleB free.
DIAMOND DYlid, Uurlingtoii, Vt.
You May Not Expect
Onod bread then:*cold morulngH it'your
(lotir i* of the spasmodic aort, that only
"works by spall*." You can't bo certain
?vou don't know what t<i depend mi.
'Clifton" Flour will ha ko I?) your entire
hHtixluc.iion, ilny in ?int day out. It is
not tho t??s-t Hour to-day and the next best
to morrow. It :s tho hen all the titno
hiiiI I'Cop'o who buy "Clifton" know it.
J. M. Patrick ami Jno. ! Oibornone;l it.
A Tool lie-.! fn!i -.' nil kinds of small
tool*. Just auch a*. ?? ?uld he wanted !>y
your ?riirtll hoy mm Im (bund in the stock
of So Hi van 11. rd waru Co.
V ANTED??T.i null :i limited number
of grafted i i l. 1 ii<mih" I y Lowden Winter
Applo tr?:?'h al. '2? ctn. each. Applv A.D.
Bindet), Audt.r*oi] 8. C, H. 1*' I). No. 3.
\V?2 doubt whether there is any one
thing <>n cart h that will Ul'ord too house
keeper so much pleasure aa a Hour ih ?t
ill give lior perfect satisfaction. That
Hour m Clifton." Let uh hut onus got a
Hark ot ' < lifton" F.our in your home and
we invite you to try "ther brands to your
hear t'a non ton I. Sueh comparisons only
brlmr out Ihn superiority and excellence
of Clifton." H'dd hv Jno. C. Oaborne
and .) M. I'atr ck.
LOHT?Certificate of Deposit on Bank
of Anderson for $20, No. 7(>2. dated March
2tith, 1002, lu favor of Lizzello Willis.
:n> -4 M. I . Willis, Trustee.
Sullivan Hurdwarn Co. have a large
"lock of Nuraery and (irate Fenders.
Tho children are much safer and there is
loss danger from tho lire rolling on the
door by using one ol iheua.
Everybody wants a Pocket Knife.
Sullivan Hardware Co. hsve b large os
Hoitinent of carefully aelt-oted Pocket
Knives (Aboa full Hue of Sciasora for
the glr'h fu.d ladies.
Sulllv*. . Hardwnre Co. have some ele
gant seta of Carvers beautiful in design
and of best quality. One of these Hots
would be greatly appreciated by any lady
iw a CbriHtmaH present.
Cburna?If you want a Churn thut will
bring the butter of half the time, aee
Brock Hardware Co. and got one of tholr
COAL FOIlSALE?Phono to J. J. Dob
bine' stable or coal yard.
Tho satisfaction of shaving with a good
Raa?r will he grtatly enjoyed by your
husband or brother. If ymi are puzzled
to know what to ?et them for Christmts,
select a Razor and Strop from 8ullivau
Hardware Co. ami be an.sured that they
will be pleased with auuh a gift.
VV. H. Shearer, Surveyor, Yon will
tiiui mo Ht Dean <fc KutiittVs. Long dia
Lauce Phone at my residence.
The undersigned rt apectfully asko the
na'ronaga of those who want correot
work at a modest coat. Doodn drawn,
innrtgagea drawn,contract*drawn, bonda
Ibr til Urn drawn, abstrauts of titles fur
nished. AIho correct Information a* to .
real eatate umrtgiite Indebtedness. Con
tracta of" .si: lJ.? Old Line" Life Inaur
mce Com Sanies oxpUiood and made
plain. Otllee at present at the Intelligen
cer office. L. K. Norryoe.
Axes?If a ou wan', an Axfthai will
tsnd any ttuabrr irv our Knot Chopper.
Brock Hardware Co".
Just received iwu Carrol Buggies, all
prices?$35.00 l'<>r a Top Buggy up.
Vandiver Bros, it Major
Well Ivicket* and valves for the s par
tan burg Paient Well Fixum*? can nlways
be. found at the Brock Hardware 1t>.
Kc lined. up-t?? date peopl? al way o want
ilu* be?.i. OA IduAt? 11 ER BROS-, are ac
knowledged m he among the best PHO- .
TOORaPHERS in the South. They do
not wast ? their ?kill on cheap, fading
We Roll the )>tst and lightest dratt
Mowera on earth. Come aud eee them*.
Vandiver Broa. A Ma)or.
Merchant*, De You Hand* Shoe*?
Wo are aelllng agents for J. K. 0#r's
celebrated Advertlaed Red Seal Sheee.
Boaton andi Atlanta. Tbte Line oom
nrlaea everything from the cheapest
Brngan to the flnest hand made goods.
Our men'a King Bee to retail at 93.3ft and
Ladles' O^oen Been to y stall at S3 50 are
the motu, elegant aud) beat advertised
Shoee on he market. F.vory pair war
ranted. We ask meruhanta in need of
Shoea to call ot our office and inspect
WFVE i. CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill Agents.
Cburna! Churns! Churns! A lot of all
sizes of the celebrated Cylinder Churns
.pint rocetved. Brook Hardware Co.
MONEY TO LOAN?A few tbonsand
dollara to lend on Land for clients. Ap
plv to B. P. Martin, Attorney-at-Lsw.
Now ia the time to get a good Pocket
Knife at your own price from Brook
WAGONS?We havo a large stock on
hand that we want to dlaiv>ae of at way
down prices. Vandiver Lroa. & Major.
Ammunition of all klnda of the very
best grades is sold by Sullivan Hardware
... THE ..
! GtiBaDBf to all otter Stores M for tlie Gasl Only."
People won't give a certain Store the preference unless
that Store sells cheaper than the other fellow.
The people give this Store preference because we sell
"Better Goods for the same money, or the same Goods for
Our Rebate System.
We are the only Merchants in the city who pay a Cash
Rebate each week of $2.00 for the purchases of that week.
The lucky number drawn last Saturday night was 15825.
The person holding the Coupon with the corresponding num
ber will please present the same at our office and secure
$2.00 in Cash.
Special Sale this Week
THROUHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE.
Sou can buy any of the Heavy Goods shown here at your
Come and See.
THE GLOBE STORE.
DON'T BE AFRAID
To come to us to Buy
Your Shoes 1
You get the Best money can Buy.
"WE get our Goods from the best makers in the country, and, besides,
you get the benefit of our many years of exp?rience in the Shoe Business.
The old saying that "Goods well bought tire half sold," stands as true to-day
When yoa want a $5.00 or S6 00 Shoe call for the best Shoe made?
Edwia Glapp's for 8&50 and 84.00. The "Walk-Overs" can't be equalled
'Queen Quality"" for Ladies at 83.00 and 83.50, or for 82.00 the "Try Me,'
will please you-?a good $2.00 Shoe for Women, sold only by
DAVIS, THE SHOE MAN,w F
TRUTHS ABOUT COFFEES.
HAVING trouble with your Coffee, aro you ? Can't find the sort to your
taste? Can't get it uniformly good ? Try BOLT and your Coffee trouble
should ooase. Once 1 know the kind your palate approves I can give you just
tsat all the time.
With White Star Coffee, and right Coffee-making, you are bound to havo
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 25e to 40o ? pound. 1 am exolusive agecfc for these
A. A. Grade, 40o a pound, an exAra fine blend of rare, rieh and costly Cof
fees of the very highest grade, fine flavor, delicious in the cup and suits the
Coffee eritie. Tho Coffees in it arc. never sold by some dealers because of their
cost. Thoso who want a No. 1 Coffee reoognizo its betterness at onoe.
No. 1 Grade, Mocha and Java, 35o a pound. Another palate pleaser.
Smooth, rieh, fragrant, with drinking qualities hard to surpass. "Can't be
surpassed,"' many folks olaira. Genuine Mocha and Java, and not Rio or
other sorts masquerading under assumed names for profits sake.
No. 2 Grade 30o?No. 3> 25o. Both good and popular where medium
priced Coffees are desired. Honest Coffees at honest prices. Blends of high
grade sorts and please most palates. Money saved if you like thorn.
G. FRANK BOLT, The Cash Grocer.
TO YOUNG MARRIED COUPLES.
WE W VNT TO SELL YOU YOUR BILL;OF?
We have EVERYTHING, from a Stove to every piece of Furniture
you need. Come and see us.
PEOPLES FURNITURE CO.
Funeral Directors and Undertakers.
Coffins and Caskets. Funeral Car.
Our Buyer Returned from the
New York Market.
And we are opening up an Elegant line of
EARLY SPRING GOODS
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. Wo know our friends will rejoice to leam
that last year sales 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
Lot 40-inch Remnant Sea Island for 5c.
Beautiful lot of Early Spring Ginghams.
The moat wonderful lot, at the price, of Ladies' White
Muslin Underwear ever shown on our counters.
We put out to-day a lot of Flannelettes to close out.
Special prices on Blankets and on every piece of Winter
Goods in our Store.
One case of Ladies' Heavy Ribbed 15c Hose reduced to lfjc
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 ail Overcoats left.
We say gather together your loose change and come this
way if you want values. We want all eyes turned on us.
We believe our methods and plans and offerings will
merit a tremendous business. We ask .everybody to help m
make this great Diy Goods Establishment the pride of every
citizen in Town and County.
Head-to-Foot Outfitter for
Men, Women and Children.
Great February and Mid-Winter Clearance Sale,
With tue opening of our doors this morning was inaugurated the greateBt
February Trade event ever chronicled in this city. Our entire force has been
working for the past ten da>~ getting things in shape for this great event.
Further talk is unnecessary. Bead every item in this ad. Many Staple arti
cles are quoted here at 40 to f>0 per cent under retail prices in any Store on
this eontinent. Stocks in a) I department s must be greatly reduced as soon as
possible to make room fov immense Spring purchases soon to arrive. ? won
derful Bargain opportunity.
Great Mid-Winter Clearance Sale of Notions.
One lot Warner's and Kalmazoo Corsets reduced to.25, 35 and 48o
100 dozen Felt Window Shades on rollers, reduced to oalv. 7Jo
50 dozen pure Linen Window Shades, worth 35c, reduced to only. . 18c
25 dozen Curtain Poles, value 30o, reduced to only. 21o
24 pairs extra heavy Cotton Blankets, value $4.00, reduced i? only. 65c
100 dozen Ladies extra heavy Black Hose, value 10o, reduced to only. .. 7c
100 boxes Paper and Envelopes reduced for this sale to only ... 4o
40 dozen Children's Bibbed Undervests reduced to.10. 12J, 15, 20, ' 25c
10 dozen Misses Union Suits, worth 25o, reduced to only. 18c
10 dozen Ladies Fleece-lined Uodervests, value 20o, reduced to. 10?
15 dozen Ladies Fleece lined Knit Pants, value 252, for thi* sale.. 18c
5 dozen LadieB Wool Fandnatois, in all shades, for this sal.i only. 24c
Great Mid-wintei Clearance Sale of Dry Goods.
350 yards Fancy Outing-, checks and stripes, February Sale price only.. 3|e
800 yards beautiful Flannelettes, new styles and patterns, sale price ... 7}e
500 yards EolipBe Flannelettes, 36 inches wide, value 15c reduced to... Hie
300 yards Black Cuponella Fancy Goods, 36 inches, val. 25o, bale price.. 18c
Great Mid-winter Clearance Sale of Ladies' Skirts, Capes, &c.
200?Ladies Jackets and Skirts marked down to less than
actual cost of material.
One lot Ladies Elegant Tailor Jackets, $4 and $5 value*, reduced to . HJr
One lot Ladies Plush Capes, value $1.25, reduoed to only. 75o
One lot Children's Reefers, regular price 75o to $1, reduced to only. 50c
One lot Ladfies Elegant Tailor-made Skirts, val. $1.25 and $1.50, only... 98c
One lot Ladies Elegant Tailor-made Skirts, $2 value*, reduced to only.. 1 25
One lot Ladies Elegant $3 and $4 Tailor-made Skirts, reduced to only... 1 98
Great Mid-winter Clearance Sale of Gents' Furnishings.
10 dozen Boys Fleeoe-lined Shirts and I>rawers, "worth 25o. will go at.... Wo
25 dozen Gents Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 35c, will go at only. 25c
15 dozen Gents Heavy Fleece-lined Drawers, value 50o, reduoed to only 30o
25 dozen Gents Heavy Undershirts, value 25o to 35o, reduced to only... 18c
Mid-winter Shoe Sale.
Shoe values that are eye-openers. Great attractions are offered here in
Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, on account of Stock being too large
and season half over. We have eut prices still deeper on all Winter Shoes.
100* pairs Ladies' Glove Grain Shoes, in laoe or button, worth $1. reduced
to only 75o. 125 pairs Ladies Dongola Button Shoo*, value $1, reduoed for
this sale to only 75o. 75 pairs Ladies Kangaroo Calf Shoes, value $1.50, re
duced for this sale to only $1. 200 pairs Ladies Dongola Laoe Shoes, heel or
spring heel, value $1.50, veduood to only 98o. 250 pairs Ladies Dongola Lace
Shoes, every pair guaranteed, value $2, reduced to only $1.39. 150 pairs La
dies fine Vioi Kid Laoe Shoes, $3 values, reduoed to only $1.98. 100 pairs
Boys Brogan Shoes, value 75o, reduoed for this sale to only 39o. 175 pair?
Men's Brogan Shoes, regular $1 values, reduoed for this sale to only 65o. 1W
pairs Men's rolid leather Dress Shoes, value $1.50, reduoed to only 98o. L?
pairs Men's Satine Calf Shoes, value $1.75. reduoed for this sal? to only $1
300 pairs Men's genuine Vioi Kid Shoes, all soiid, worth $3, reduoed to $1.9*
New arrivals of Remnants and Short Lengths of Early]
Greatest Sale of Remnants of Early Spring Goods in the |
Commercial History of the State.
FREE, FREE?Hand-painted Shina.free. A house-wife's
delight, a nicely arranged table. Buy your Goods of us ana
get a sot of hand-painted China tree.
UNDER MA8ONI0 TEMPLE.
LESSER & CO.,
LEADING STORE OF ANDERSON.