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L ocal News.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. VMl.
Masons to Lay Corner Stone.
The coiner stone ol tho now Behool
building for whited in this city will be
laid on next Tuesday morning nt Vi
o'clock noon by the Masons, tho Grand
Master. "Walter M. Whitehead, of
Alter tho Masonic coromonies are
closed there will ho some addresses on
?education by the following named gen
tlemen: Hon. George E. Prince,
chairman ol' tho Hoard of Trustees;
Prof. T. C. Walton, Superintendent ot
the graded schools, and Hon. Jas. M.
Sullivan, Mayor of tho City.
Tho members ol' Hiram Lodge, of
this city, which has in charge tho ar
rangements for this pleasant occasion,
extend a very cordial invitation to tho
Masons of tho County, to tho Hoard of
Trustees of th3 Anderson Graded
Schools, and to tho Mayor and Alder
men of tho City of Anderson, ?.<> meet
with them at their lodge room at 1U
<o"clockon that morning and partici
pate with them in those ceremonies.
The teachers and pupils of th J white
schools of the city are invited to as
semble on the M?iiare at that hoar and
march with tile Masons to tho school
Tho public is invited to assemble nt
the school lot to witness the ceremon
ies and hear the speeches, where all
will be made as comfortable ns possi
Tho Masonic anthems will bo sung
by a large choir of good voicer/, and
our Hand, of which we are all proud,
will contribute to tho pleasures of the
occasion by its presence.
Mr. G. N.C. Holoman lins been ap
pointed to receive all articles for de
posit in tho corner oto?e that any per
-.sen may present; und the public is in
vited te hand to him any articles they
desire to submit for this purpose.
Tko eccaeion promises to bo an en
tertaining and instructive one, and
.09e?yboay*will be welcomed.
Interurban Line lo Anderson.
Tbeinterurban trolley lino between
'Greenville and Anderson now seems to
'?be a certainty. All of the stock has
.>T?een subscribed, but tho projectors of
? tho lino are meeting with sumo diflicul
?? "vies in-securing the rights of way. Mr.
.?*G. Ii. Mahon, who has taken a great
iuntet'<~.>t in the scheme from the begin
.yaW'-- told a Mountaineer represonta
. i . er?terdny that the only trouble
.now was that it is a hard matter to se
cure rights of way through some of
the territory, but it is thought they
.will be obtained beforo a great while.
?Just ns soon as the rights of way aro
-secured, Dr. J. E. Coughlm, the In
dianapolis capitalist who is at the head
-of the enterprise, will return ?o Green
"wilie for the purpose of making further
Tho Greenville people are greatly in
terested .in this line and are anxious
iforit ~o be built. There hnve been
coome doubts expressed now and then
?ts to whether the line \ ould ever be
?constructed, but the skeptical may pnt
?way their doubts and reBt assured
that before many months they will
?have the opportunity of riding to An
derson and intermediate points on elec
tric cars.-Greenville Mountaineer, 15th
Auditor Boleman mw completed tho
*mork of making up his abstracts of the
real and personal property of Anderson
County for the year 1003, and bas kindly
furnished us the following figures for the
information of the many readers of The
2,285 Horses.8 86,174
10,428 Cattle. M.16S
?5,056 Mules and Asses. 194 484 j
332 Sheep and Goats. '?56 I
4.113 Hogs. 11,135
742 Watches and gold and
silver plate 8,813
800 Mnsloal Instruments. 23,269
16,573 Vehicles. 08,627
2,674 Dogs. 18.635
?Materials used by manufacturers 4,760
Machinery, eto . 138,521
.Investments In atooko out of
this State 2,400
'Investments in Bonds, except
those exempt 2,750
Household Furniture. 274,624
Bank Returns. 426,630
Insurance Returns. 121,786
Railroad property. 502,000
Cotton Mills (estimated at 60 per
Total for 1002 . 8.382,844
Increase COT 1903 . 8313,897
The total number of Polls are 7,032, an
increase of 103 over the number of last
year. This number will be lnoreased
about 2,:-.M in additional returns when
taxes are oolleoted this Fall.
'Realty. 3,024,MM ,
-Railroad. 502,000 !
Manufacturing."," 2,694,801 !
Next year's returns will show a much
vj, iarger increase on account of the nu m bor
X)? cotton mills now lu course of construe
- alon and being increased la capacity.
?Tte following shows tho uumbnr of
acres, lots and buildings in oach of the
Acrep. Lots. Bldg-?.
/ Anderson 818 901
'.Salton 21.191 120 496
? Broadaway 26,150 315
^Brushy Creek 36,110 578
Ce nt et vi l.o r 29,785 557
Corner . . 24,760 3!?3
Fork " > 31,020 428
-?..?Garvin 39,078 679
.Hall 24,507 853
. Honea Path 33,364 129 627
?Hopowoll 24,999 416
^.Martin 80,669 407
.Pendleton 81,901 124 588
^Rook Milla . 21,302 321
.s* Savannah 28,716 191
V?rennos 29,569 82 623
Williamston 81,012 189 781
Total.....467,189 1,418 8,674
; Reunion of (Sst Rifles.
Th? 31st annual tweeting of Gist Bi
ttes, CCo. J>) Hampton Cggiog ; Sur
?rtvortf Association, will bo held Sn
Wring Park, WiUiameton, 8. C., Fri
. 40e cordially invited ta meet with na.
B.V. Acker, Pres.
VWm. F. Lee, 8eo. aud Treas.
TCf vf.? are tired, thirsty and your head
1 Ss too lull of work drink one or two Pep*
>. aMTola's and you will be refreshed and
t v?eell?koa new man. It is delicious, oe.
KAt >H Iou u tains. /]
* MONEY TO LOAN-in sums of 8100
?or more oa real estate mortgages. Apply
. ?0 Qnattl?-baum A Cocbrawt Anderwn, S.
Clerk arri Carrier Examination.
Tb'? United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on August
1st, in this city, an examination will bo
held tor the positions of clerk and car
rier in the Poet Ollice Service.
From the eligibles resulting from
tbio examination it is expected that
the Postmaster-General will select the
curriers und substitute carriers who
are to bo appointed prior to the estab
lishment of free delivery in this city.
Selections from these eligibles may al
so bo made for appointments to the
positions of clerk and carrier after the
establishment of free delivery.
This examination oilers an excellent
opportunity for entering the Federal
service to bright, energetic young per
sons who are not afraid of hard work.
lt may be stated that there is a wider
held tor advancement upon 2nerit in
tile Federal service than in many pri
The nature of tho examination is a
test of practical, general intelligence
and of adapt ability in post office work.
The examination will consisto!'tho sub
jects mentioned below, which will bo
weighted as follows.
1. Spelling. 10
2. Arithmetic. 20
3. Letter-writing. 20
4. Penmanship................. 20
5. Copying from plain copy........ 10
o. United States geography........ 10
7. Reading addresses. IC
Ago limit, all positions, 18to45 years.
The mimes of all male eligibles will
bo entered on both the clerk and the
carrier registers and appointment
from either register will remove the
eligible*? name from both registers.
AU applicants, male and female,
must have tho medical certificate in.
Form 101 executed. Male applicants
must be at least 5 feet 4 inches in
height, and weigh not less than 125
This examination is open to ull citi
zens of the United States who comply
with the requirements. Competitors
will be rated without regard to any
consideration other than the qualifica
tions shown in their examination pa
pers, and eligibles will be certihed
strictly in accordance with the civil
service law and rules.
For application blank (Form lon,
full instructions, specimen examina
tion questions, and information rela
tive to the duties and salaries of the
different positions, application should
bo made to the secretury of the board
of examiners ut the post ellice.
Applications will be accepted for this
examination by the secretary of the
local board up to the hour of examina
tion. The examination will be held
August 1st, commencing at 1) a. m., at
the Graded School, Anderson, S. C.
James F. Simpson,
Temporary Secretary Postal Board,
Anderson, S. C.
Visiting the Schools.
The following is Miss Leila Kussel J's
itinerary for week beginning Monday,
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
Martin Grove. The patrons of Ebe
nezer and Bethel are urged to attend
Tuesday morning, July 28, at 10
o'clock, the meeting will be held at
Enoree. Tuesday afternoon, July 28,
at 4 o'clock, nt Big Spring.
Wednesday morning, July 20, at 10
o'clock, a meeting will be held at Cray
ton vi! le for the patrons of this school
and of the Bethany school. Wednes
day afternoon, July 19, at 4 o'clock,
the meeting at Barker's Creek takes
Thursday morning, July 80, at 10
o'clock, there will be a meeting at
Cleveland, and that afternoon, at 4
o'clock, at Friendship.
Friday morning, July :n, at 10o'clock,
the meeting for tho Calhoun school will
he held at the school house, and that
afternoon the meeting at the Dorches
ter school house will take place.
It is urged that the Indies especially
attend these meetings and let their in
fluence and efforts fer the improve
ment of our school houses and ground
be manifest. Certainly the places
where onr children spend five days ont
of the week for six or seven months in
the year should be as attractive as our
homes, and thus aid in attaining the
great ends of education.
Some of the school houses in our
County aie sadly in need of attention;
in fact, very few of them show an nt
! tempt at attractiveness.
Those talented workers in the noble
cause of temperance, Miss Adams and
Miss Ables, of Leesville, S. C., were
the guests of Miss Hattie MoWhorter
last week for a few days. The W. C.
T. T. could not find two ladies who are
better fitted for the work to which
they have been assigned-that of or
ganizing societies and promoting an
interest in a cause that ought to be
dear to every right thinking person.
J. Reid Garrison has bought a new
engine and ginning outfit, which he is
very busy putting up, so ns to bo readv
to gin cotton this Fall.
Miss May Russell, of Williamston, is
visiting the family of her uncle, J. M.
Fritz Watson is a frequent visitor in
tliis neighborhood on Sunday after
noons. Of conrse he goes where there
are pretty girls.
J. Wnddio Bowden and wife, of An
derson, have been spending several
days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Bowdeu. They worshipped with
the Sandy Springs congregation last
Sabbath. A large audience were at
tentive listeners to nn impressive ser
mon from the pastor, Rev. J. E. Beard.
Marshall Blackman visited relatives
and attended tho District Conference
at Williamston Saturday and Sunday.
MTB. J. M. Browne also attended toe
closing exercises of the Conference
and enjoyed the cordial hospitality of
Mr. nud Mrs. Greer while there.
Mrs. Jane Webb, of Hartwell, Ga.,
and Mrs. Agnes Ellison, of Oconee,
were the guests of Mr. J. D. McElroy'a
family last week. Incognita.
Old Soldiers Meet.
All Veterans in the vicinity of Pen
dleton are invited to meet with Camp
1.000, ?. C. V., in Farmer's Hall. Sat
urday evening, July 25th. at 4 o'clock,
for tho purpose of reorganising this
J. C. Striblin.fi, Com.
B. C. Crawford, Adjt.
??i ? m>
A Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Through the columns
of The Intelligencer we desire to re
tarn our thanks to the kind friends and
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness and attention during the recent
illness and death of onr dear little
girl. May God bless and reward each
and every one of them.
Mr. and'Mra. S.W.Hall.
Foley's Kidney Ours purifies the blood
by straining out impurities and tones up
I the whole aystom. Corea kidney and
I bladder trouble.-Evana' Pharmacy.
Recruits for the Citadel.
To the Editor of The Intelligencer:
The public announcement by Col. O
L. Gadsden, chairman of the hoard of
visitors ot the South Carolina Military
Academy, of my appointment to pre
sent the claims of that State institu
tion to m?renla or guardians wishing to
I avail tlie nisei ves of its advantages,
justifies me in publishing this card.
The field of my operations baa been
restricted to the counties of Abbeville,
Anderson, Chester, Fairfield, Green
wood, v.-reen vi Ile, Laurens, Saluda,
j Spartanburg and Union. Hut I shall
also tnke in the counties of Cherokee,
Oconee, Newberry and Pickens, as
they nie in the same line of march.
This call came to mo unsolicited and
unexpected. Hut 1 did not hesitate to
j respond promptly without terms, na I
could not but hold it as a matter of
duty to a school of arts and arms with
which I have, in some way or other,
been connected for O J years.
Allow me to Buy to the public that I
shall start my work Monday, July 48,
j in Fairfield county and continue it un
til I have covered my territory. I shall
appreciate whatever aid I may deserve
from ray speciul friends and from the
graduates and ex-cadeta in the coun
In full sympathy with the college of
the State other than the State military
and scientific college, denominated
academy, I shall have uo word of de
preciation of any other institution in
South Carolina. On the contrary, I
may deem it my duty to advise young
men not apt to do well at the Citadel
to go io some other institution in South
Carolina, State or denominational. J
shall try to give notice in the county
paper when I expect to be nt the Court
House of each oz my coonties. There
are certain new features for the Citadel
next year, and these 1 shall impart to
nil concerned. I shall, of course, be
equipped with the circular of the S. C.
M. A., and with nfl the necessary in
formation bearing upon my education
J. P. Thomas.
Things are dull around Lebanon
We had a Ano sermon from Rev. O.
L. Martin the first Sunday in July.
The crops are fine in and around
T. M. Welburn and his two daugh
ters, Misses Elsie and Pallie, attended
the wedding of Miss Gussie We.born
and Arthur Martin at the home of Mra.
J. W. Ashley on Wednesday, 15th
Misses Bell and Maggie Knox, two
charming young ladies of Mt. Carmel,
have returned home from a week's
visit to Misa Minta Pressly, of Septus.
The young ladies enid they certainly
enjoyed themselves. The young men
of Lebanon gave them a most enjoya
ble moonlight straw ride on ifonday
night and a grand picnic at Jolly's
Springs on Saturday afternoon, and
returned in the night. Miea Birdie
Duckworth being the chaperon.
Mi.MB Josie Jolly, of Hopewell sec
tion, is visiting Mrs. Martin, of Sep
We are glad to say that J. T. Jones
is improving very much.
William Horton and Miss Pearl
Welborn called on the Misses Knox
Ernest Wakefield, of Anderson, has
been visiting T. T. Wakefield.
Mr. Simpson, the mail man's little
brother was bitten hy a mad dog Mon
day and they have sent bim to Atlanta.
The Saluda Baptist Association will
iUeet at Salem 28, 29, 80 and 3lBt of thia
month. We hope it will be well at
We are going to have the following
new teachers next year: Prof. L. L.
Wright, of Honea Path, Miss Alma
Brock, of Anderses, and Mica Nora
Dalton, of Hopewell. We are sorry to
say that Prof. CE. Elgin and the la
dies will not teach here thia session.
The protracted meeting will begin
at Hopewell the second Sunday night
in An (runt. Rev. O. L. Copeland will
holn in th? meeting.
Come np. Mr. Editor, and we will
g' *<* you plenty of fruit.
Little Polly Flinders.
. ?uiy 18.
Don't let this opportunity pasa and fail
to get a Terracing Plow cheap...
Brook Hardware Co.
Two Bottles Cured Him.
"I was troubled with kidney complaint
for about two pears," writes A. H. Davis,
of Mt. 8terltng, Is., "bul two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure effected a perma
nent cure."-Evana Pharmacy.
Sound kidneys sre safeguards of lifo.
Make the kidneys healthy with Foley's
Kidney Cure.-Evana' Pharmacy.
The drat cost ls not always the g rea teat
or onlv cost in operating a Mower. Sul
livan Hdw. Co. wonld like to demon
strate to you why McCormick Mowers
require so few repair* and to have you
compare the coat of BUCO repairs with
corresponding parts for other machines.
A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., bad
to (tot up ten or twelve times in the
night, and had a aevere backaohe and
pains lu the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure.-Evans' Phar
No False Clalmo.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey and
Tar do not advertise this aa a ''sure cure
for consumption " Tbey do claim lt
will ours in the early =ts^e= and never
falla to give uorafort ana relief in tho
worst cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is
without doubt the greatest throat and
lung remedy. Refuse Substitutes.-Evana
The McCormick Vertical Lift Mower
for whloh Sullivan Hdw. Co. are general
agents can be operated successfully and
satisfactorily on any land and under any
condition suitable for operating a m achino
where the Mower can be drawn by the
horses, and, furthermovo, ono be handled
on ground and under conditions where
an ordinary Mower cannot be ran. It is
the only Mower designed both for gener
al cutting and for rongb and stumpy
Bronchitis For Twenty Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, III.,
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty
vea ra and never got roll af until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar whloh is a auro
Treat Yoor Kidney's fer Rheaa&tlsa.
When you are suffering from rheuma
tism, the kidneys must oe attended to
at once so that they will eliminate the
urio sold from the blood. Foley's Kld
ney Cure is the most effective remedy for
thia purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Polar,
Wi a., says, "After successfully doctoring
three years! for rheumatism witta the beat
doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
lt oared me. I cannot apeak too highly
of this great medicine.0-Evans' Phar
When Other Medicine* Fall
take Foley's Kidney Care. It has cured
when everything else bad disappointed.
Haa lt ever occurred to you how soon a
Mower wonld pay for iteellf Do yon
realise how muon good ??ed for your
stock you annnallv Tose by your failure
to out the grass, hay, pea vines, etc, al
lowed to go towaste? It does not take
much of auch feed to pay for a McCor
mick Mower from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
- The marriago ceremony ia the
door leading from fairyland into tho
Great Greater, Greatest.
The Greatest Bargain Sale ever held in An
derson, in the State of South Caro
lina or any other State.
We have had such a large trade and have been treated so
nicely by our customer* and friends that we desire to show
our appreciation by affording them an opportunity of buying
good merchandise at prices never before attempted ir? Ander
son. Now, in order to accomplish this, we will? on THURS
DAY, JULY 23d, commence our BED TAG SALE, and con
tinue through the balance of the month. During this sale
every article in the Store will be tagged with a Bed Tag, with
former prices and Bed Tag prices. Mr. Stranger, just to get
acquainted, come to this Bed Tag Sale. Please read
THESE ALL BARGAINS.
5o Ladies', Missed and Children's Hose, Ked Tag Price. lo pair
5c Men's und Boys' Hose, Red Tag Prico. lo pa\r
10c Ladicb Drop ?titch Hose, Red Tag Price.7o pair
50o Ladies Oxfords, large sizes, 6, 7 and S's, Red Tag Prico.25o pair
$1.00 Ladies Oxfords, 3, 4, 7 and 8's, Red Tag Price.59o pair
$1.00 Ladies One Strap Sandals and Colonial Buckles, Red Tag prioe.69o pair
$1.25 Ladies Vioi Kid, Velvet Top Oxfords, Red Tag Price.89o pair
$1.50 Ladies Dongola Shoes, every pair guaranteed, Red Tag Price... .99o pair
$1.50 Gentlemen's Vioi and Calf Shoes, guaranteed, Red Tag Price.. .99o pair
Why look at the News-Half Prices Red Tag Sale, you know. Out they
go during the Red Tag Sale.
5o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price.. 3o yard
8o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price. 5o yard
10 and 12*o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price.7}o yard
15 and 20o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price.10c yard
25 and 35o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price._,... .. 19o yard
40 and 50c yard Embroidery, Red Tag Price..25o yard
75o yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Price.39o yard
85o yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Price.50c yard
$1.00 yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Price.60o yard
$1.50 yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Price.$1.19 yard
It's making up time for thin dresses, for the proper materials visit our
great Red Tag Sale. ;
5o yard India Linen, Red Tag Price.' .3c yard
18o yard White Organdies, Red Tag Prioe.12} yard
25o yard White Organdies, Red Tag Prioe.15o yard
35c yard White Organdies, Red Tag Price. ,21o yard
12}o yard Figured Piquet?, Red Tag Price.. So yard
20o yard Figured Piques, Red Tag Prioe...,?3o yard
50o yard Fanoy Piques, 3 pieoes only, Red Tag Prioe. .. .37} yard
10o yard White Striped Lawn, Red Tag' Price. ....".. 5o yard
I8o yard Fanoy Striped Leno, Red Tag Pries... .12} yard
20o yard Imported Lappe t, Red Tag Prioe.. .12} yard
29o yard Imported Honiton Cloth, Lace Efl cots, Red Tag Price..... .15o yard
25c yard Table Lines, fall width, Red Tag Prioe.... .21o yard
5 and 10o yard Figured Lawns, Red Tag Prioe..>.*.. .3} yard
65o yard Mohair or Brilliantine, Sled Tag Prioe.,. .45c yard
50o yard Mohair or Brilliantine, Red Tag Prioa...\......... 37} yard
5o Ladies Ganse Vest, Red Tag Prioe. 4o eaob
15o Ladies Gauze Vest, Red Tag Prioe.. 7o each
25o Ladies Gauze Vest, Red Tag Prioe._.........18o each
50o Ladies Gauze Vest, Red Tag Price. 35o each
35o Shirt Waist, Red Tag Price. .. !_............ 25o eaoh
i We guarantee these to be cheaper than the material to make them :
$1.50 Skirts, red tag price..'. 98o
$2.00 ?ud$2,50 Skirts, red tag price..$1.43
$2.75 and $3.50 Skirts, red tag price...1.98
75o Ladies Wrappers, red tag prioe. 49o
25o Children's White Aprons, red tag price. 15o
75c Ladies Trimmed Hats, red tag prioe. 25o
25o Children's Leghorns, red tag prioe.. . 10o
50o Porto Rico or Mexican Hats, red tag prioe. 25c
25o Orush Hats, red tag prioe. 20o
20o Boys Knee Pants, red tag prioe. 10o
5Oe Boys Negligee Shirts, red tag prioe. 29o
50o Men's Leather Belts, red tag prioe. 25o
25c Men's Leather Belts, red tag prioe..- . 15o
5o Wash Ties, Men's, red tag price.'.. 2 for 56
10c Fancy Silk Bows, red tag price.. . ,5o
25o Four-in-Hand Ties, red tag prioe.' 10o
15 and 2Z-> Boys Suspenders, red tag prioe.,.10 and 15o
15 and 20o Ladies Fanoy Cojlars, ?Ted tag prioe. 10o
25 and 35o Ladies Fanoy Collars, red tag prioe. . 19c
25 and 35a Ladies Fanoy Silk Belts, red tag price. ;.. Ho
50o Ladies Fanoy Silk Belts, red tag prioe ........- . 25o
lOe Box Paper, ted tag pri?e. 3o
25c Ladies Scarfs, red tag prioe. 15o
$2.00 Ladies Scarfs, red tag prioe.. $1.19
$1.00 Chiffon and Dotted Veils, red tag prioe. 50o
7o Palm Les* Fans, red tag prioe. . . 5o
5c Gold Eyed Neediest best, rad tag prioe. .. 3e
10c Parses, red tig pries.-. oo
25s Parses, red tag prioe. 10c
35 and 50o Pocket Books, red tag pri?e.. 25o
15c yard 8 ?nobes wide all Silk Taffeta Ribbon, red tag price. 10o
20c yard 4}o inches wide all Silk Taffeta Ribbon, rad tag pfiot. ?....... 15c
30o yard Fancy Sash Ribbon, all Silky red tag prioe... 19o
40c yard Fanoy Sash Ribbon, all Silk, rad tag prias. 24c
15c Fruit Jar Rabbers, red tag pries.. - ?. bc
lOo Boys Dook Caps, red tag prico..'. . lo eaoh
Come early and stay late. .
Y^urs always truly,
JOHN A. AUSTIN,
; THE MAGNET,
The 5c. and ?Oc. ST?BE,
The Man down next to the Postoffice that sell tie Seat*
We are Putting Out Daily
To clean up lines of Merchandise
In Every Department !
Yon should not miss, seeing UR
before buying ANYTHING in
1 #? U
Men's and Boys'
The Cash Dollar Cuts a Great
Figure this Summer.
For Men, Women and Children.
Greatest Removal Sale Ever Known in this
Lesser & Companys
Will Move to Larger Quarters.
WE have grown eo fast that we wore comp siled to leek cat for targe?
Store Booma. Wo will occupy two large floors from September tat. W?
haye seen <A the very best location in?this city, where we will move
Third door from the Bank of Anderson,
South Side of the Public Sanare.
Our Departments are all filled with up-to-date Gooda, and Stock still un?
broken. We cannot afford to let these Goods lay to bo moved to new quar
ters. K?, WC will umk? a great move uf ?ll our v???ua by saning them ai--.
NEW YORK COST PRICES
SOME STILL LESS.
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We will offer you every day new bargains. NWe will not care what the
! Goods cost us. Such a ont will.bo given on prices that we will startle the
I whole community, and there will be no questions asked whore to go and buy
them. Go to LESSER & CO'S. GREAT REMOVAL SALES.
We have enough Goods left to Bupply the whole County.
Como, follow tho crowd, and look for yourself.
We will make it interesting for yon, and astonish yon by selling oar
entire Stock of
At such Cat Prices thai yon can supply your wanta for a lU0e money, ."
Come one, come all, and take advantage of thia great Removal Sale, aa
Stock xauat be reduced by September 1st
UNDER MASONIC TSMPLiB. I.EO.DER8 OB?XOW VBXQ
! After September 1st three doors from Bank of Anderson
next to Sullivan Hardware Co.