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WEDNESDAY, FEB. ll, 1003.
Tlio Court of General Sessions con
vened Monday morn i UK with Judge K,
(J. I'urdy, ol the 3rd Judicial Circuit,
presiding. Solicitor J. E. Hoggs and
M. C. Long; ot Newberry, acting ste
nographer, completed tho State's offi
Tho Court room was cold and disa
greeable. Tile heating apparatus is
out of lix and oil stoves is the beat sub
stituto to be had. Tho holding of the
Court in Hie City Hall, up-st a i rs, was
seriously contemplated early in the
morning, but tho brightness ot" the sun,
something altogether unusual for many
days oust, added some warmth audit
was determined to usc thc Court room.
Tho charge of tlio presiding Judge
to tho Grand Jury was bi ?cf, hut point
ed, covering clearly all their duties.
It was regarded as highly practical and
full of wisdom, Hiicciutiy stated.
A number ot indictments were hand
ed to the Grand Jury, and the follow
ing sire true bills found :
Ed. Robinson, charged with murder;
Will (Jhamblee, charged willi house
breaking and larceny, in thres cases;
Will Anbury, charged with burglary
and larceny: Hiram Wardlaw, charged
with housebreaking and larceny; (?sea
Williams, charged with assault with
intent to ravish; Joe Cook, charged
with murder; Abo 1'ruitt, charged willi
violation of dispensary law; John Free
man, charged with larceny.
In tho caso of George Dickson,
charged with disposing of property
under lion, no bill was lound.
Tho lirst case entered upon was t hat
against .Mary Hinton, murder. Three
witnesses were put up by thc State,
none by tho defense. These parties
are negroes. Tho killing was on tho
plantai um of J. H. H arri BS, in Hall
Township, last December. The dead
man was the husband of the defendant.
There were no eye witnesses. The de
fense is that ?loath was the result ot
accident. Tho husband was drunk,
beat tho defendant with a slick, se
cured a gun, which was accidentally
discharged in scullle. Tho case was
given to the jury immediately after
dinner. At 7.:io, after the Court had
adjourned, tho jury informed the bai
liff that they could not agree, but at
8.15 the Judge cunio into Court andu
verdict of nianslaugh ter was handed in.
The case against John Harris, charged
wi a murder, was next taken up.
T so parties am negroes. Tho kill
? rook place last February, six miles
UUJVU Anderson, in Pendleton Town
ship. Three witnesses were put up by
the State, ono a physician tor expert
testimony, and two negro women. Tim
plea is self-defense. Tho defendant
went on the stand, hut odored no other
witnesses. This case occupied tho
Court until night, The charge of tho
Judge was withhold till morning and
the jury excused until ?.:?0 a. m.
In the meantime Hiram Wardlaw,
charged with housebreaking and larce
ny, appeared and plead guilty and was
given a sentence of six mouths on the
The following cases were liol pressed:
Martiu Cumming, larceny; Sam Jones,
larceny; Joo Robinson, fatso pretense;
Hood Willis, assault nud battery with
intent to kill and carrying concealed
The following true bills wore brough t
in by tho Grand Jury yesterday morn
George Dickson, violatton of the dis
pensary law; Will Chamblee, house
breaking and larceny.
In case of Marion Laboon, charged
with bigamy, the Grand Jury returned
Tho case of John Harris, charged
with murder, was resumed, the presid
ing Judgo charged the jury and they
retired and shortly came in with a ver
dict of "guilty of mauslaughter."
Tho case of J. W. Callahan, charged
?with forgery, was nol prossed.
The case of Will Asbury, charged
with burglary and larceny, WOB next
tried. He was found guilty.
There were throe cases of IIOUBL
breaking and larceny against Will
.Chamblee and one of larceny. He ap
peared and plead guilty in all of theso
Gaea Williams, assault with intent to
ravish, appeared and plead guilty of
assault and battery of high and aggra
The case of William Bentley, dispos
ing of property under lien, was next
taken up and tried, and he was ac
In thecaseof John Freeinau, charged
with grand larceny, tho prisoner plead
The case of George Dickson, viola
tion of dispensary law, was continued,
the defendant being ill.
A motion for new trial in the case of
Mary Burton, charged with murder,
was next argued, the irrounds being
that the facts did not juntify the ver
dict. The Judge reserved his decision.
The cases against Joe Cl ark. charged
with murder, and Ed. Robinson,
charged with murder, wert' both called
and it waa found necessary to issue
bench warrants in both cast-s to compel
the appearance of witnesses.
The matter of reading a tvealed sen
tence in a case against K. A. Chastine,
disposing of property under lion, left
at tho September term of General Ses
sions, was then taken up and a motion
in arrest of judgment waB argued.
Witnesses appearing in tho case of
Ed. Robinson, murder, thia case wats
taken up and occupied the Court ior
tho balauco of tins afternoon. Tho
State had just closed its caso when ad
journment was had. This case is be
fore tho Courtes wo go to press.
Tho Grand Jury made its present
ment yesterday nftcinoou late and was
Honor Roll of Friendship High School.
The following mentioned students
made the highest averages for the first
term ceding Jauuary ?IO, 1003:
First Gw.de-Cora Gaines, Eu geno
Hall, Minnie Davis, John Hall.
Second Grade-Sallie Ridgeway, Cath
lene Cothran, Alberta Cox, lithe! Coth
ran, Annie May Davin, Eugeno 1 iarper.
Third Grade-Ida Gaines, Lola Ridge
Fourth Grade-"Rertle Bsgweli.
Fifth Grade-Furmac Bagwell, Grace
Sixth Graue-Claude TUdgoway, Char
Seventh Grade-Daisy Harper, Charlie
Cooley, Della Gambrell, Estelle Rags
dale, Eva Cothran, Murray Gambrell,
Eighth Grade-Brlnnle Cothran.
Ninth Grade-May Fleming, Lafayette
B. C. Cromer, Principal,
Miss Eva Simpson, Assistant.
W. H. ?bearer, Surveyor, /on will
find me at Dean A Ralliffo's. Long dis
tando Phono at my residence.
V hen coming to town with an empty
tran . vemember Fant Bros., Depot St.,
buv ?O *P Iron of all classes, and bring
Sim , ."U old Iron and get cash for lt.
Pruned, up-to-date people alway, want
thebest. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
Vnowl?d?i*i to be among the beat Viio
TOOR APHRKS io the South. They do
not wasto tuelr aklll on cheap, fading
East Munday afternoon news was r?
oeived in Piedmont that .lan?os Eli od,
flagman on thc Southern, had met with
ii serious accident at Harbin's, between
Fort Madison nilli Westminster, tin tho
Southern Railroad. His father. Na
thaniel Elrod. and brother, W. H.
Elrod, with W. A. Simpson, left on
noxt train, arriving at Westminster, to
which place the unfortunate young j
man had been removed, only about
two hours before he died. Tho acci
dent occurred shortly after 12 o'clock
while coupling ali engine to the train.
There being a heavy grade below Har
bin's station the second section of the
train had to cut loose this load and
bringa part of tho train to tho side
track, and then go back for the other
boxes, lt was when the engine was be
ing coupled to tho rear end of tho train
that Mt. Kl rod received tho injuries
which resulted in his death, ile was
caught between tlu* bumpers of the
tender ami the. car box and his body
horribly mangled. Ho was carried to
tho home ol his uncle, S. T. Simpson,
at Westminster, and Dr. Doyle, the
railroad surgeon, with Dr. (J. M. Walk
er, were summoned and everything
possible done for his i eco very, but, his
injuries were such that nothing could
save bim. His remains were brought
to Piedmont on Tuesday ami on the
day following were buried at ilothesda.
Mr. Elrod was in his 33nd year, and
had been on the railroad only about
two months. Having attained his
young manhood in Piedmont, where
lie was in the employ of the Piedmont
Drug Co. and Nesbit, ('hilders ?.V Co.,
"Jim," as hu was familiarly known by
most every one in Piedmont, was a
most worthy young man and held in
high esteem by all who knew him. Ho
was an honest, upright, sober and in
dus! rious young mau and made a friend
of every one he met. The grief strick
en parents, brothers and sisters lu.
tho sympathy of the entire community
in their sad bereavement.
J. E. Campbell, prescription clerk
for the Piedmont Drug Co., on Ander
son side, is all smiles thia week. It's a
boy and he arrived on Tuesday.
Tho traveling men aro now out in
full force tor spring business. A jolly,
lively set they are, and wo are glad to
have them visit our town.
The rank ol Esijairu was conferred
ilium two candidates at ll. P. Ham
mett Lodge, No. 85, K. of P., at their
last regular convention Monday even
ing, 2nd inst. It may come asa sur
prise to some, but this is one of the
strongest Lodges in tho State and con
tinues to grow, applications for mem
bership coming in at most ??very meet
ing. A gooil thing a.id wo love to seo
it llourish !
W. lt. Major and L. Iv. Dickson,
mail carriers on Rural Route Nos. 1 ami
4 from this place, have bean having a
pretty rough time of it for the last
week or ten days. Had rtuuls and
rough weather but they go all thc
Piedmont is rapidly regaining her
?>l?l time reputation asa business place.
However much wc may regrette admit
it, a year or two, or more, in tho by
f:?>no times when our commercial popu
ation loomed up with a failure or two,
some close ups, movings, etc., wu were
looked upon almost as a "dead town."
Rut not st) now, nota little bit! Tho
United States postolllce hangs wide
open six days in tho week, save a fow
short minutes at noou time, and onaud
on down <he main thoroughfare ismov
ingaloug briskly. Tho Piedmont Drug
Co., drugs and medicine ; Mahon &
Arnold Co., dry goods; G, W. Wal
ker & Co., groceries ; Wigington &
Alexander, dry goods, notions and
shoes; W. G. M elvin /.ie, groceries; The
Babb Furniture Co, furniture and un
dertaking; Simpson, Long Mercantile
Co., general merchandise; Nesbitt,
Cbildeis & Co., hardware and grocer
ies; T. H. Donny, jeweler; W. M. Long
& Co., drugs and medicines; every one
of whom you will find wide-awake 20tb
century business concerns and keenly
alive to the best interest of the toiling,
struggling humanity. Last, but by no
means least, we nave aer?se on the
Anderson side the Hampton Mercantile
Co., general store, and a branch of the
Piedmont Drug Co., both of which are
in line with all tim balance in the march
of progress and in paving the road to
At some future time we will try to
give you a few dots on Simpsonvilfo,
that sturdy, persistent little suburb o?
ours. They have some ten or tit teen
residences and six? or eight atores, and
have organized a h or se-swapper s con
vention, the first session of which will
be held the 19th, 20th- and 21at inst.
W. A. Finley is Presionen*, W. A. Wel
born Secretary, and either of them will
be glnd to furnish any further infor
With smallpox and rumors of small
pox, and iu spite ot' tho experience of
years, there is still a measure of oppo
sition to vaccination and a disbelief in
its efficacy as n preventive ol the
dreadful disease. No stronger argu
ment in favor of vaccination, if one ia
needed, could be given than the figures
furnished by the board of health of
Rochester, N. Y., in which city the
disease has been somewhat prevalent.
A very careful record was kepi, and of
all the persons in that city stricken
with smallpox, ninety-two per cent
were never vaccinated, something more
than four per cent were vaccinated
after exposure to the disease, some- ;
thing over one per cent were vacci
nated sixteon or twenty years ago> and
the remainder were persona unsuccess
fully vaccinated. So far aa the au
thorities could determine, no person
who had been vaccinated successfully
within thu last few years has-been
stricken with smallpox. Tho authori
ties aro of tho opinion that about
Reven ty-ii ve ncr cen tot the inhabitants
have been vaccinated. Rbcheste* is a
city of about 102,000, large ?nough to
mak?> an average valuable. X.
Letter to Mr. Wilton E. Lee, Anderson,,
Dfrtr Sir: "We cnn m ?il; e. pm nt. to? half-'
of what lt costa UH to make tho Loattman
,t Martinez l*ur? Paint. Wo caa ge?
nearly as much for it, but w? make tm*
Longman ?* Martinez Hsiot'at doubt*?
oust of making a thin ordinary paint, tn
ortler to unable the painter to paint ail
conditions of surface, where thin na tbb'k
paint ia required; and to save* lus- buyer
about 30 cts. a gatlou. Tb*n paint-ooMa
about (1.50, our palut made r*-adv to use
oosts about 81.20 TTse it, hewe- your
neighbors use it. Pleasa got H froea
Messrs. F. B. Crayton ?fe Co.
LONGMAN it MARTTME7*?
It ls a pleasure to note tb? success of
The Bobbitt Chemical Ci?mp?o>y. of Bal
timore, Md., manufacturar* nt Rhenma
cido, which ls ?aid to be a v?rv superior
remedy for rheumatism and *?iher blood
diseases. Thia Company has grown
from a small beginning until it is now
one of the moat extensive advertisers in
the United States, using newspapers and
j other methods, also.
YOD May Ne* Expect
Good bread these ooM mornings If your
flour ls of the spasmodic sort, that only
"works by spell*.'* You can't be certain
-you don't know what to depend on.
..Clifton" Flour will bake to your entire
satisfaction, day In and day out. It ia
not the beet flour to-day and the next best
to morrow. It la the best all tho time
and people who buy "Clifton" know it.
J M. Patrick and Jae. C. Osborne sell it.
Corner Creek Comments.
We have nothing worthy ol noto
this week except tho weather ?nd we
presume thu ruin has been prevalent
all over the country, HO then-lore wo
deem it useless to comment on thu
weather, only to say it keeps us farm
ers from working and you may know
wo don't liku it very much. Hut,
nevertheless, wu aro not in tho least
despondent, for there is really ono
good consolation-it will bo fair weath
. r before another month glides by.
Ves, thu dark clouds will soon roll by
and then the sun's rays will peal forth
and tho ,1/arch winds will blow with
great velocity and dry out tho land so
thu farmer can begin the tilling of an
other croj). Cotton will be the main
crop again, for it is acknowledged as thu
money producer for thu farmers. Of
course, wu shall endeavor as usual to
make other products necessary on thu
Hon..J. I). Carwile, who is ono of
Abbeville'* Representatives to thu
Legislature, has returned to Colombia
altera week's stay at home with tho
J. T. GnsHaway is attending court at
Anderson this week, having been
drawn as juror.
.l/arvin Rigby has gone to Abbeville,
where he has accepted a position in tho
Owing to thu continued rain tiio
roads are getting in a rough condition.
The roads of our immediate community
aro fairly good, considering the weath
er, ns our township supervisor, J. M.
Hanlcs, keeps an eye on them.
.Miss Leila Carwile, accompanied by
her friend. Miss Sumuelln Shaw, of
Due West, F ?nale College, spent Satur
day and Sunday here with thu former's
The heal til of our people was never
ll. F. Cassa way is having tho frani
iug for a new house sawed, and will
soon erect an up-to-date dwelling,
which, of course, will bo n neat and
commodious modern structure. J. W.
Clement is doing the sawing.
News is scarce in our community at
this writing. Tyro.
Leiter to J. II. vonllasseln,
And* rson, *S'. C.
Dear Sir: Your business if, whoo a
house burn* down, to givo tho ownor
HDiiiH inoimv lo build H new i>ne. It is a
good busin. ss. (?ueer that tho world got
on HO long without it.
Wa paint tho ono thu: burnt down and
the new ono too. What is better, wo
paint the house that don't burn down.
You insure Hie houses that taire, wo
Insure the houses that don't. You have
tho ashes ami smoke; all tho bouses aro
We p.?lot Lend and Zinc; Devoe. Wo
sell tho paint to painter*; wo don't paint.
Lend and oil is the old-fashion paint.
1). voe zh:e ground in with the lead aud
lh.ffr.od oil: tho best paint in the world;
and the ches post, because lt takes fewer
g-o' ma than mixed paints and it wears
twi? j as long ss lead and oil. Nobody
wants poor paiui; there's lots of it,
though, in tho world.
A. M. Trillin. Plainfield, N. J., writes:
Mr. Aaron Higgins, of Plainfield, always
used 15 gallons of mixed paint for his
house. List spring bought 15 gallons of
Iiovoe aud bad 4 gallons left.
F W. Di;VUE ct Co.,
If you want a trace that won't break
try our perfective chain.
Brock Hardware Co.
A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks for 50c. Soe Broek Hardware Co.
A few more Kool Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
Don't let thia opportunity pass and fail
to get a Terracing Plow cheap,
Broek Hardware Co.
FOUND-A sum of money. Owner
can get it by describing same and paying
for this ad. O. H. Bailee
Persona wishing to sell solid ear loada
st;J half ear loads of Wrought Iron,
steel nnd Castings should write Fant
Bros., Anderson, S. C, and get tn?ir
prices on Scrap Iron of all grades. P. ?r.
Old Boilers, Flown. Axles, Tires, Hcrse
Shoes, Hoes. Axes, and all kinda of ma
ch in ery no? flt for use, composed of Cast
Iron, Ntpel or Wrought Iron, bought for
eaab at Fant Bros. Office on Depot St.
A Tool Chest full or all kinda of small
toole. Juatsuoh aa?w mid be wanted by
your small boy oan be found In the stock
of Sullivan Hardware Co.
"We doubt whether there ia any one
thing on earth that will otford the boose
knr-ioi BO ??iivu pi???vr? ?S ? u??x ?u?i
will give her perfect satisfaction. That
floor la "Clifton." Lot na but onoo get a
sack ef ''Clifton/* Flour in. your home and
we invite you to try "thor brande to your
heart'? content.. Such cona parts on s only
bring out the superiority and excellence
of "Clifton." Sold by Jfeo. O. Osborne
and J M; Patrio*.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have a large
?tock of Nursery and Orate Fenders.
The children are much safer and lhere ia
leas danger from the fire rolling on the
floor by using oner them.
Everybody wanta t. Pocket Knife. ,
Sullivan Hard war?- 9b. he-ve a large as
sortment of carefully selected Pocket
Knives. Also a fu?t line <rA ?eieeora for
the girls and ladies.
Sullivan Hiardwitre Co. bare some ele
gant seta of Carvers- beautiful in design
and of hes* quality. One vf these sets
Mould be ureaily appreciated by any lady
as a Christinas preseet.
COAL FOR S A LE-Phone to J. J. Dob
bins' stable or coal yard.
Tho snilsfaotlou of shaving; with ?good
Rs* >r will bo greatVy enjoyed by your
husband or brother. If you are ponied
to know what to get them, for Cbrkumsa,
select a Rsaor aud Strop hom Sullivan
Hanlwar?i Co. and be assured that they
will be pleaded with such a gift.
Just re?-nived two Cars ot Buggies, all
prieea-?35.00<for a Trip Buggy up.
Van diver Bros. dc Major.
Wo sell the bee? and lighteat draft
Mowers on earth. Como ?od eoe them.
Vandiver Krcs. A Maf ar.
Merohasta,. Do YOB Handle Shoe??
We are selling agenta for J. K. Orr'a
celebrated Advertised Rad Seal Shoes,
Boston and Atlanta. Thia Line com
prises everything from tbo cheapest
Brogan to the Qwest hand made goods.
Our men's King Bee to retail at $3.50 and
Ladles' Qpeeu Bees to retail at $2 50 are
the most elegant and best advertised
Shoes on the market. Every pair war
ranted. Wa ask merchants in need of
Shoes to call at our office and inspect!
WEBB A CATER, ,
Vom mission Morchauts and Mill Agents, j
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
I dollars io lend on Land for clients* Ap*
ply to B. F. Martiu, Attorney-at-Law.
WAGONS-We have a large slock on
band that wo want to dispose of at way
down prices. Vandiver Bros. A Major.
Ammunition of all kinda of the very
beet gradea ia sold by Sullivan Hardware
Old Bicycle Tiree, Rubber Boots and
Shoes. Scrap Braes, Copper, Ztno, Lead
and Tinfoil bought by Pant Bro?., on
Depot Streot, next door to Intelligencer
Carry your Hides. Tallow and Beeswax
to Fant Brea. Onice on Depot Street,
next door to Intelligenoer Office.
" Gtapr Mu all otber Stores M for tbe Gash Only."
To Country Merchants!
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
The office of The Globe Jobbing Hous e is now located in
this Building, and we are ready for Conn try Merchants in
Do nor pay retailers retail prices for Goods to sell again.
This is the ONLY Wholesale Dry Goods House in Ander
son, and we ask all Country Merchants to get our prices.
The winning number in the last Saturday night Globe
Store Drawing for $2.00 in Cash was 16021. We request all
persons holding our Coupons to return them at once, as we
have several numbers that have won and have not been call
THE GLOBE STORE.
DON'T BE AFRAID
To come to us to Buy
Your Shoes 1
You get the Best money can Buy.
WE our Good? fro ai tho beat makers in the eountry, and, besides
you get tVs benefit of our many years of experience in the Shoe Business.
The old) saying that "Goods well bought are half sold/*' stands as true to ?day
aa ever. 1
When yon want a $5.00 or 86 00 Shoe call for the baot Shoe made
Edwin Clapp's for 83.50 and 84.00. The "Walk-Overa" can't be equalled
"Queen Quality" for Ladies at 83.00 and 83.50, or for 82.00 the <4Try Me,"
will please yon-a good 82:00 Shoe for Women, sold only by
DAVIS, THE SHOE MAN, " '? "SS,.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND a continuation of prosperity ia our wish for all our kind friends
and patrons ; and t/> those who have not yet joined the ranks of our custom
era we extend our most earnest solicitation for their patronage. Our line o f
HE ATE KS,
AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS,
Ia COMPLETE. We also contract for ROOFING, GUTTERING,
PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL WIRING.
"V oura truly.
ARCHER & NORRI8.
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 ? Well, it's this
way : Pianos are hoing sold at too
great a profit. I save you from 25 to
40 per cent in the cost I am my own
book-keeper, salesman and collector
-the whole ''Show." fies I No
worked-over, second-hand repoeessed
stock. I do not sell that kind. It you
are alright your credit is good with me.
The best Reed Organ in the world is the "Carpenter."
Will move to Express office December 1st *
* M. L. WILLIS.
WE ARE OUT FOR A
Men's Heavy Working Shoes
From $1.00 to $3.50. *
Men's Dress Shoes
Prom $1.00 to $3.50.
Boys' Dress Shoes
Prom $1.00 to $3.50.
Good, reliable, dependable Shoes.
Shoes that will wear and give yon your money's worth?
Full value in every transaction.
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for
Men, Women and Children.
LESSER & CO.
Great February and Mid-Winter Clearance Sale.
With tu? opening cf cur dcors this ucrsiag was inaogurated the greatest
February Trade event ever chronicled in this city. Oar entire forco has been
working for the past ten days petting things in shape for this great event.
Farther talk is unnecessary. Read every item in this ad. Many Staple arti
cles are quoted here at 40 to 50 per cent under retail prices in any Store on
this oontinent. StoekB in all departments must be greatly reduced as soon as
possible to make room for immense Spring purchases soon to arrive. A won
derful Bargain opportunity.
Great Mid-'Winter Clearance Sale of Notions.
One lot Warner's and Kalmazoo Corsets reduoed to.25, 35 and 48o
100 dozen Felt Window Shades on rollers, reduoed to only?.. 7}o
50 dozen pure Lineu Window Shades, worth 35o, reduoed to only. 18o
25 dozen Curtain Poles, value 30o, reduoed tc only. ...... 21c
24 pairs extra heavy Cotton Blankets, value $1.00, reduoed to only.... 6M
100 dozen Ladies extra heavy Blaok Hose, value 10o, reduced to only... 7o
100 boxes Paper and Envelopes reduoed for this sale to only. 4c
40 dozen Children's Bibbed Undervests reduoed to.10, 12-}, 15, 20, 25c
10 dozen Misses Union Suits, worth 25c, reduced to only. 18o
10 dozen Ladies Fleece-Hoed Undervests, value 20o, reduoed to. 10o
15 dozen Ladies Fleece-lined Knit Pants, value 25c, for this sale. 18c
5 dozen Ladies Wool Fasoinators, in all shades, for this sale only...... 24o
Great Mid-winter Clearance Sale of Dry Goods.
350 yards Fancy Outing;), oheoks and stripes, February Sale price only.. 3}c
800 yards beautiful Flannelettes, new styles and patterns, sale price.. .. 7Jo
500 yards Eolipse Flannelettes, 36 i nobes wide, value 15o. reduced to,.. ll Je
300 yards Black Cuponella Fanoy Goods, 36 inches, val. 25o, sale prioe.. 18c
Great Mid-winter Clearance Sale of Ladies' Skirts, Capes, &c
200 Ladies Jaokets and Skirts marked down to less than
actual cost of material.
One lot Ladies Elegant Tailor Jackets, $4 and $5 values, reduoed to . .'.$1 98
One lot Ladies Plush Capes, value $1.25, reduoed to only.. 75c
One lot Children's Reefers, regular price 75o to $1, reduced to-only. 50o
Ono lot Ladies Elegant Tailor-made Skirts, val. $1.25 and $1.50, only... 98o
One lot Ladies Elegant Tailor-made Skirts, $2 values, reduoed to only.. 1 2d
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 Drawers, worth 25o. will gp at.. <. 19?
25 dozen Gents Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 35c, will go at only.....' 25c
15 dozen Gents Heavy Fleeoe-lined Drawers, value 50o, reduoed to only 30o
25 dozen Gents Heavy Undershirts, value 25c to 35o, reduced to only... 18c
Mid-winter Shoe Salo.
Shoe values that are eye openers. Great attractions are offered here in
Mon's, Women's and Children's Shoes, on account of Stook boing too larg?
and season half over. We have out prices still deeper on all Winter Shoes.
100 prirs Ladies' Glove Grain Shoes, in lace or button, worth $1, reduced
to only 75o. 125 pairs Ladies Dongola Britton Shoes, value $1, reduoed for
this sale to only 75o. 75 pairs Ladies Kangaroo Calf Shoes, value $T.50, re
duce**' for this salo to only $1. 200 pairs Ladies Dongola Laoe Shoes, heel or
spri *? heel, value $1.50, reduced to only 98c. 250 pairs Ladiea Dongola* LGCO
Shoos, every pair guarant?ed, value $2, reduced to only $1.39. 150 pairs La
dies fine Yioi Kid Laoe Shoes, $3 rtdues, reduced to only $1.98. 100 pairs
Boys Brogan Shoes, value 75c, reduced for this sale to only 39s. 175 pairs
Men's Brogan Shoes, regalar $1 values, reduced for this sale to only 65o. ICO
pairs Men's solid leather Dress Shoes, value. $1,50, reduoed to only 08c. 125
Sairs Men's Satine Calf Shoes, value $1.75. reduced for this sale to only $1.25.
00 pairs Men's genuine Vioi Kid Shoes, all solid, worth $3, reduoed to $1.98.
Now 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 Chinaifree. A house-wife'?
delight*-a nicely arranged table. Buy your Goods of us and
get a set of hand-painted China tree.
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
LESSEE, & CO..
liEADING 8T0RB OF ANDERSON.