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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1903.
DIE? DOING HIS Dl'TV.
The Sudden Ending of a Brilliant* Young
The Charleston Nows and Courier of
Mr. J. A. Sullivan, acting City Editor
of tho News and Courier, died in this
oflice last night about 9:45 o'clock of
tiemmorrhage from the lungs. Ho
bad been in hie usual spirits during tho
day and had m.'.do little or no com
plaint. About 9:!j0 o'clock he went up
stairs in tho Nows and Courier build
ing, and. returned in a low moments
with blood issuing from bia mouth, and
said. "It is a hemorrhage," and sunk to
Only two men wer? in the City Edi
tor's office at the time, Mr- J. C.
Hemphill and Mr, R, E. (irier. They
did all that could be done for his re
lief. Ho loBtcon6ciou8!](!ssimmediate
ly. Dre. Kellers and Cathcart wero
hurriedly called, but he was beyond
the reach of human aid. Ho did not
?peak after the first exclamation.
Dr. Kellers reached the stricken man
first, but found bim beyond mortal aid.
Dr. Cathcart reached the oflice after
bis death. Coroner O'Donnell was
notified, and gave thc necessary per
mit for the removal of the body, which
was turned over to Mr. J. M, Connol
ley a little after 10 o'clock, by whom it
was embalmed and made ready for the
.Had home-coming of tho young mun
For weeks and days the brilliant
jyoung journalist had been looking for
ward to his vacation. Frequently he
?aid: "Well, a few more weeks and I
will get my vacation." The long va
.cation came sooner than he 'expected.
He ?died at his post of duty. He had
?'iot been in the best of health for some
?time, but he bravely stuck to his desk.
T he City Editor, Mr, J. H- Marshall,
is cn his vacation and Mr. Sullivan was
.doing the work of two men
Mr- Sullivan waa the eldest son of
"Mr. John P., Sullivan, of this city,
whore ho was born and reared, and
was about 28 years of age. Unattended
-achoo! here and when about grown went
'through the Junior year of Wofford
?College, at Spartanburg. In 1895 he
.twentSe Greenville and worked for a
.?year ea city editor of the Greenville
P?6^-. Resigning his position there he
to New York, where for three
3 unt'rt he was on the staff of the New
York Daily News. His health failing
lie waa forced to return home. When
?Che Exposition opened in Charleston
die accepted a position with the Even
ing Post of that city and a few months
tater he Joined the staff of the News
And Courier where has worked faith
Cully and well ever since. His best
?work on the News and Courier wna
(published under the caption of "Na
than Beeswax." His aryle was
?inique, and hia clever sketches were
?copied by scores of newspapers
throughout the United States. Ho had
?a natural apitnde for journalism, was
?every inch a reporter, and but for his
poor health wonld have no doubt hold
mnnai tinna nf ?*?SpC25?b?l??y ?*J SOffiC Cf
the greatest journals of our country.
The deceased was a moat exemplary
young man, and waa most highly es
teemed by a wide circle of friends,
.who deeply sympathize with the sorely
bereaved parents and aiBters and
^brothers who are left to cherish his
Tho remains will reach Anderson
thia morning at 11:15 o'clock and will
4>e carried to the home of tho parents
of the deceased, where the fanerai aer?
vices will be held this afternoon at 6
-o'clock. The interment will bo at
'Silver Brook Cemetery.
. .i - m mi -r- '
?Corner Stone Laid.
.The corner stone of the third school
building for whites in this city wac laid
?on yesterday by the Masons, of which
.notice was given last week through
the columna of the Intelligencer.
- .....vu. i, iUicuDciu, or
.Charleston? M. W. Grand Master of
the 'Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Ma
<son8trf Sooth Carolina, arrived in the
.?city on Monday morning in response to
the invitation of the Board of Trus
tees of the Graded Schools, extended
through Hiram Lodge, of this city,
that he lay the corner stone of this
The Grand Master convened a Grand
"Lodge at the Masonic Temple at ll
o'clock, and the procession of Masons,
.together with their guests, and escort- J
?ed by the Anderson band, wended its
"-way to the school grounds on North
.'Fant St., where the impressive cere
.monieB were performed in the presence
%of a large number of spectators.
Hine liraud Master was most happily
introduced by M. M. M at tison in a cap
itol speech. Mr. M at ti BOD, as M OB tor
of Hiram Lodge, presided over the
meeting until it was put in charge of
the Grand Master.
?uu Grand Master performed the
ee?eThonte& in a very impressive and
yoleaaant manner, and delivered a
? thoughtful and instructive address on
Masonry as a f nen d and advocate and
v.supporterof educational interests and
die then introduced .Prof. Walton,
. ' 'Superintendent of the City Schools, aa
the noxt speaker; and following him
.Hon. George E. Prince, Chairman o'
the Board of Trustees of these schools.
These gentlemen delivered entertain -
... iqg addresses, touching on education
ta general ?p d our own schools in par
f t was much regietted that the other
invited speakers. Senator Raysor, of
Orangebnrg, and Mayor Sullivan, of
this city, could not be present.
The Masonic anthems were beauti
fully rendered by a choir of ladies and
?gentlemen of fine voices, and this made
.ono of the most attractive features of
The following ?rdeles were deposited
un tho oerner atone: .
.Manual of Anderson Graded Schools
tfor 1809 and 1600, and list of teachers
mo?. trasteos. -
?tttt Confederate bill, by A. B. Sulli
" rtit?y Daily Mall of July r28,19C8. ,
lSoll of omcerc ano members of HI
? Centra* J?reaW*?tf?u Church.
Boll bf officers, member? taafi eom
.ardttecs of Anderson Chwabet et .Cosa?
By-laws and list of officers and msm
%era ??CMonela U.?ge, No, 83, Knights
pLo^graph of interior view of Oft?
^(berne &, Pearson's store.
.ASepy of Anderson Intelligencer of
.yfnlyaa, 1903 .
Roll of officers and member? of First
.Baptist Church, Anderson, 3. C., by
.Col. J. N. Brown. ' ?
Roliof City Council and officers of
Col. Thomas Visits Anderson.
Col. John P. Thomafi, ex-Superiu
tendeut ot' the South Carolina Mili
tary Academy, spent two or three days
in Anderson the past week in the in
terest of that grand old institution,
which waa formerly known as the
Citadel, and for which he is making a
canvass of the upper section oi the
State. During his stay here he honor
ed The Intelligencer sanctum with a
pleasant call, and speaking of the
Academy ho said:
"At it its next meeting, the board of
visitors of the Academy expects to
add to the curriculum the chair of
electrical science. It io proposed to
readjust the curriculum BO as to permit
the cadets upon reaching the senior
year to elect between the two courses
ottered, choosing according to the pur
suit in life which each expects to fol
low. The board also has in contem
plation the sending of tho corps of ca
dets next year to thc St. Louis exposi
tion for instruction.
Col. Thomas advocates a change in
the present regulations of the academy
so as to provide that beneficiary cadets
after graduation shall either teach two
years in the public schools or serve for
tho same time as drill masters in the
State militia organization. On aecount
of the renewed interest in militia
affairs growing out of the recently
enacted federal lawa as well as the
need becoming more manifest of a
well trained State militia this sugges
tion is especially timely. Thoroughly
trained drill masters fresh from the
"West Point of tho South" would be of
great value at tho regimental encamp
Col. Thomas has already visited a
number of counties and he reports
that he has met with a great deal of
encouragement. His rule is not to ap
proach young men who are attached
to other institutions and in each coun
ty ho carefully seeks those who are
available for the academy.
MisB Rosa Hill, of Antroville, is the
guest of Miss Auuie Bell.
After a two weeks visit to her sister,
Mrs. H. C. Tennant, Miss Leona Blake
leaves for her home in Abbeville to
Miss Nina Taggart Chalmers, of
Abbeville, and Miss Tennant, of Okla
homa, visited Mrs. Ii. C. Tennant'a
family last week.
Mr. Hop Baker hus returned from
Washington, where he has been for
treatment. His friends are delighted
to know he has entirely recovered.
Little Miss Camille Smith, who has
been sick for some time, is slowly im
i/iss Virginia Lomax, from near
Greenwood, is visiting her cousin, Miss
Fannie Mae Moorehead.
Miss Macie Bell is spending awhile
with Mrs. Wm. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Giles, of Ander
son, were in town a few dayb recently
with the latter's sister, Mrs. Wm.
Mrs. M. J. Ward, of Micanopy,
Florida, accompanied by her little
cousins. Misses Mabel and Minnie
Reid, of Iva, spent a day recently in
town with relatives.
Miss Jennie Mao Dunn is in Mon
terey with her uncle's family.
Mrs. J. F. Harper and children have
returned from an extended visit to
relatives in Georgia. Prof. Harper lins
been attending the County Normal in
Anderson the past month.
Dr. Henry Allen returned to Elacon,
Georgia, utter a few day's visit to his
father's family. Mr. B. Bolin Allen.
Ernest Latimer, of Washington, nc
C O Hip ?u icu ay Iiis x?j??u, ?ur. od 1UUIU
ton, ia home on a visit.
Miss Rosa Wharton, of Moffatt*
ville, is visiting ber sister, Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. Josephine Barnes has returned
from a visit to relatives in Greenville.
Joel KeyB, of Anderson, and Mrs. J.
C. Nickles, of Greenwood, hove been
visiting the family of Mr. Weston Har
Mr. Fulton Clinkscales, of Troy, and
Miss* Leona Clinkscales, youngest
daughter of Mr.Frank Clinkscalea,were
married Thursday morning, 16th inst.,
at C o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Barber offi
ciating. Only a few intimate friends
were present. After the ceremony the
bridal party left oa the C. & W. C.
Railroad for the home of the groom.
We extend them many hearty con
Mr. Thornton, from Elberton, visit
ed Mr. .Barney Hutchinson's family
and attended services in the Presby
terian church here on Sunday. 10th
Miss Louies Watson, of Lebanon* is
visiting her sister, Mrs. JoeGibert.
The Ladie?' Aid Society of the Meth
odist Church gave a Swap .Party a few
nights ago at the residence of E. W.
Harper. A enng little sum was real
. Mr. Ellis Huck a bee is in Vederey.
Mr. and il/ra. John Clinkscales, of
Monterey, attended services in the
Presbyterian Church on Sunday, 10th
A series of services will begin in the
Presbyterian church hereon Wednes
day. The pastor will be ably assisted
by Dr. R. C. Reed, of Columbia.
Mr. Edwin ?/oorehen? spent several
days last week very pleasantly at the
"Oaks," near Elberton.
Ed Mason, of Verderey, is with his
brother for a few days.
Miss Mary Johnson, of Chester, is on
a visit to her naur, Mrs. J. B. .Moseley.
Mrs. Dr. Hoyt, of Harmony Grove,
Georgia, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
A. J. Speer.
Mr. Gordon Speer spent Saturday in
Master Jack Brownlee, of Antre
ville, is visiting the family of Mr. Wes
MrB. Barber and Mrs. Daniel are
chaperones for a fishing party to M ill
wood, which leaves this afternoon.
Mr?.Linder,Mis8es Linder and Carter.
?Trou? Hartwell, aud Mr. Brooks Speed
and children, from Abbeville, ara
visiting at Hon. I. H. McCnlla'a.
Mr. Mark Speer went to Anderson
I ab* Tuesday and returned Thursday.
On friday he accompanied Miss Helen
BarbbT to A bbeville.
Mrs. E. W. Harper spent last Friday
at Star." vith Mrs. P. B. Allen.
Cooley & Speer have purchased a
Boda fountain xor their drug atore, and
aro now ready to serve the public with
cool and refreshing drinks.
Mrs. Tantie Hnckabee left thia
morning for Abbeville, where abe has
gone to attend the County Normal.
Rev. 1. E. Wallace spent several
days of last week in Abbeville with
the family of Mr. W. C. Sherard.
Little Jfles Sallie Nance, of Mon
terey, ia visiting her grandfather's
family. Maj. F. W. R. Nanoo.
, afr. Ernest Latimer and bis friend,
Mr. Middleton returned Saturday from
Belton, whore they have boen visiting
the family of Hon. A. C. Latimer.
July 8?. Vedie.
Preachlaf at Roberts Church.
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be celebrated in Roberta Church
th? first Sabbath ot August, preaohing
to begin Friday before at ll o'clock a. m.
Tho people of. the Church are re?
?raeatea to tum ont early next Monday
morning to clear off the grave yara.
Asy who **n'i ?oro? will olease contri
bute money, paying to our deacon nt
Anderson, Mr. Frank AfcLeee.
Reunion of Orr's Rifles,
Mr. W.T. McGill, chairman of tho
committee to arrange for the annual
Kennion of the Orr's Hilles Survivor?*'
Association bas issued the following
The 24th annual Reunion of Orr's
Ritl?a will take t?lace at Anderson. 8.
C.. on Friday, the 7th of August, 1003,
at ll a. m. in the conrt house.
The following speakers will address
the survivors: Gov. D.C. Heyward,
Hon. J. Q. J/arshail, Col. J. L. Orr,
Col. J. N. Brown and Gen. M. L. Bon
Entertainment will be provided for
the survivora cf Orr's Bines. All vet
erans are invited to meet with us on
the 7th. W. T. McGill,
J. S. Fowler wanto some muios ?ud
hornet*. Bee his ;td.
WANTED-5,000 bushels of Poach
Seed. Wa wish need dried in the shady
und freo from cooked seed. HAYO up
your peach seed and get 30o per bushel
cash for thom. FANT BROS., Ander
son, 8. C.
Wo have great Inducements to offer
?ou in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
'ieee Goods, etc. We will bo in our offlce
'or the next sixty days. Kuy from us
you get the mill prices. We save you
the jobbers profit?. CSU on un and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchante and Mill Agente. ?
A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks for 50c. See Brock Hardware Co.
Before you pell your chickens and egg?
come and get my prices. I pay cash, and
always the highest price the market
affords. J. C. Templeton,
Next dooroo Ligon & Ledbetter, Pat
rick's old stand.
A lew more Knot Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Marlio, Attorney-at-Law.
All enterprising and succewdul farm
ers now realize the need of a McCormick
Mower und the great saving affected by
thu use of thia excellent machine. If
you do not possess ono of these machines
Sullivan bdw, Co. would be pleased to
show you how lt would benofit you to
Temperance is the miling passion of
the day and the soda fountain one of its
Htrougest supporters and the most de
lightful and most satisfying of all the
beverages sold by soda fountains ls Pep
si Cola, the Pepsin drink. It is healthful.
Try it 5c.
Refined, up-to-date people iaiwaya want
the beat. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the beat PHO
TOGRAPHERS In the South. They do
not waste their skill on cheap, fading
We have tried all the soda fountain
drinks, bnt Pepsi-Cola "beats 'em a*l."
It la all that ia alalmed for it. Delicious,
healthful and satisfying. Every glaas
contains half teaspoonful of esaencC of
MONEY TO LOAN-in tams of 3100
or more on real estate mortgages. Apply
to Qoattlebanm & Cochran, Anderjon, 8.
Foley'a Kidney Cure purifies the blood
by 'straining out impurities and tones np
the whole system. Core? kid toy and
bladder trouble.-Evans' Pharmacy.
If yon wanta Mower that la perfectly
adapted to your every requirement, ono
tbat ha? more points of genuine superior
ity than all others combined, ons t w.
will run the longest and coat least to keep
In repair, you should buy a McCormick
from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Two Bottles Gored Him.
"I was troubled with kidney complaint
for about two pears," writes A. H. Davis,
or Mt. Sterling, Ia., "but two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Core effected n perma
nent cure."-Evana Pharmaoy.
Sound kidneys are safeguards of life.
Make the kidneys healthy with Foley'a
Kidney Cure.-Evana' Pharmacy.
The first oost ls not always 'L*o gfewU??
or oniv ooat in operating) a Mower. Sul
livan Hdw. Co. won ld Uko to demon
strate to yon why McCormick Mowers
ran nt r? mn few repairs m? to have yon
compare tbs cost of ouch repair* with
corresponding parts ?Tc? othsf iuwaoioa.
A.B. Baas, of Morgantown, Iud., bad
to get up ten or twelve times ' tn the
night, and had a nevera backache and
patna in the kidneys. Wea cured by
Foley'a Kidney ' Can,.-Evana' Phar
No Falso Claims.
The proprietors of Febrv?? Hocev and
Tar do not advertise thia as a, "sure core
for consumption." They dd . claim it
will cure in the early stages and never
falla to give comfort ana relief in the
worst oases. Foley'a Honey and Tar is
withont donbt the greatest throat and
long remedy. Refuse substitutes.-Evans
If yon patronize Soda Fonntainn, and
we say right here that a glass of good
neda water is like a midday lunub, drink
Pepei-Cola, th 4 dellolous and healthful
drink. It is the most cooling and eatla
fylng, and will not inj oro tho digestion
or appetite. 5s. at ell fountains.
CITY LOTS FOR 8ALE-81tuated on
and uear North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court House. Apply to 3. F.
Oltnkscales, Intelligencer office.
Pot Plants and Cut Flower? for salo.
Large and araall Palma a specialty., Mrs
J. F. CUnkaoales, 242 North Main cit.
The McCormick Vertical LIA Mower
for which Sullivan Hdw. Co. are general
agents can be operated successfully and
satisfactorily on any land and under any
condition suitable for operating a machine
where the Mower can be drawn by the
horses, and, furthermore, can be handled
ou ground and under conditions where
an ordinary Mower carnot be run. It is
the only Mower designed both for gener
al cutting and for rough and stumpy
Bronchitis For Twenty Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smith? of Danville, 111.,
writes: "I bsd bronchitis for twenty
yean end never got relief uutil I used.
Foley's Honey and Tar which ia a a;?re
Treat Your Kidney's far Rhestsatlss.
, When you are suffering from rheuma
tic sa r tho kidneys must be attended to
st oucs BO that thoy will ?limin?t? the
uric acid from tba blood. Foley'a Kid
ney Cure ls the moat effective remedy for
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Polar.
Wis., saya, "Altar successfully doctoring
three yean for rheumatism with th? best
doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Onie ?ad
lt eurea me. I cannot speak too highly
of thia great mediol ne."-Evana' Phar
Wfcea Other Kgtflaiaee TA?
take Foley's Kidney Core. It baa cured
when everything else bad disappointed.
Baa lt ever occurred to yon how soon a
Mower would pay for itself? Kto yon
realiza how mu oh mad rasa for your
stock yeo annually lose by year fallar?
to cut tho grass, hay, pea vines, etc., al
lowed to go to traste? It doc? not take
much of such faed to pay for a McCor
mick Mower f rou* Sullivan Hdw. Co.
- It is wiser fox -ian to trust to his
look than to his wits; he is likely to
bave more of the , former than the
- Lots of people would rather not
bira the things they can borrow*
Great, Greater, Gr
The Greatest Bargain Sale ever held in An
derson, in the State of South Caro
lina or any other State.
We haye had such a large trade and have been treated so
nicely by our customers and friends that we desire to show
our appreciation by affording them an opportunity of buying
good merchandise at prices never before attempted in Ander
son. Now, in order tc accomplish this, we will, cn T2TJSS
DAY, JULY 23d, commence our BED TAG SAXE, and con
tinue through the balance of the month. During this sale
every article in the Store will bs tagged with a Bed Tag, with
former price? and Bed Tag prices. Ur. Stranger, just to get
acquainted, come to this Bed Tag Sale. Please read
THESE ALL BARGAINS.
5c Ladies', Miases' and Children's Hose, Red Tag Price. lo pair
5c Men's and Boys' Hose, Red Tag Price.. le pair
10c Ladies Drop Stitch Hose, Rod Tag Price.7o pair
50c Ladies Oxfords, large sizes, 6, 7 and S's, Red Tag Price. . .25o pair
$1.00 Ladies Oxfords, 3, 4, 7 and 8'B, Red Tag.Pricc.69o pair
$1.00 Ladies One Strap Sandals and Colonial Buckles, Red Tag price.G9c 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, Bed Tag Price.. .99o pair
Why look at the Nows-Half Prices Red Tag Sale, yon know. Out they
go during the Red Tag Sale.
Bo yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price._. 3o yard
8o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price... 0c yard
10 and 12*o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price.......7*oyard
15 and 20o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price..10c yard
25 and 35o yard Embroideries, Red Tag Price.,19c yard j
40 and 50o yard Embroidery, Red Tag Prioe. .250 yard
75c yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Prioe........39o yard
85c yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Prioe. ,50c yard
$1.00 yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Prioe.._..?Oc yard
$1.50 yard all over Embroideries, Red Tag Prioe._$149 yard
p?j;; . DRESS GOODS. '
It's making up time fer thin dress?e, fer the proper materials visit our
great Red Tag Sale.
5o yard India Linen, Rod Tog Price.. *.............; 3e yard '
18c yard White Organdies, Red Tag Pri?e. .12* yard
25o yard White Organdies, Red Ta? Price_....?5o yard.
35o yard White Organdies, Red Tag Price... .2?c yard
12?o yard Figured Piques, Red Tag Price..?.."... ?. 8o yard
20o yard Figured Piques, Red Tag Prioe. .13e yard
50o yard Fanoy Piques. 3 pieces only, Red Tag Price;. .37* yard
10o yard White Striped Lawn, Red Tag Price_ -... . 5o yard
18o yard Fanoy Striped Leno, Red Tag Price-... .- .. .12$ yard
20o yard Imported Lappet, Red Tag Price..'.............. ... .12* yard
29o yard Imported Honiton Cloth, Loee Effects, Red Tag Price.....,15c yard
25o yard Table Linen, foll width. Red. Tag Price.. ......._. . . . .Sic yard j
5 an i i?o yard Figured Lawns, Red Tag Prioe.. ......3* yard
65c yard Mohair or Brilliantine, Red Tag Price.........i......... " .45o yard
50o yard Mohair or Brilliantine, Red Tag Prioe. .37} yard
5o Ladies Ginee Vest, Red Tag Prioe..4o each
15o Ladies Game Vost, Red Tag Price.... . ..... 7c each
25o Ladies Gaus? Vest, Red Tag Price.. ..?'. .18o each
BOo Ladies Ganse Vest, Red Tag Price._.. .35o each
35o Shirt Waist, Red Tag Price.....25o each
We guarantee these to bo cheaper than the material to make them :
$1,50 Skirts, red tag prioe....................... j........... >. 9So
$2.00 and $2.50 Skirts, red tag price,,.. . -$1.48
$2.75'and $3.50 8kirts, red tag price.... .,.. . 1.98,
75c Ladies Wrappers, red tag prioe. 4?j)
25o Children's White Aprons, red tag price.. ... .-15c
75c Ladlee Trimmed H?U, red tag prioe. 25o
256 Children-a Leghorns, red tag^price. .......\. 10c
50o Porto Rico or Mexican Hats, red tag prioe. 25o
25o Crush Hatay red tag price .. .v. 20o
20e Boys Knee Pants, red ttg priceV.-. ................. 10c
60o Boys Negligee 8hirts, red tag prioe. 39c
50o Men's Luathe? Belts, red tag price. ............... 25o
25o Men's Leather Belts, red tag price_. 15o
5o Wash Ties, Men's, red tag prioe..-. 2 for Bo
10c Fancy Silk Bows, red tag price... . .y. 5o
25c Four-in?H?ud Tics, red tag price...'..... 100
15 and 25o Boys Suspenders, red tag price. 10 and 15o
15 and 20c Ladies Fanoy CojUars; red tag prioe.... 10o
25 and 35o Ladies Fanoy Collars, red tag prioe_. .>. 190
25 and 35o Ladies Fanoy Silk Belts, red tag prioe. Ho
50? Ladies Fanoy Silk Belts, red tag prioe. 25o
lOo Box Paper, re? tog P*lco... . v .. ?*?
25o Ladies Scarfs, red tag price_..,\. ........ 15c
$2,00 Ladies Scarfs, red tag prioe.,.$1.19]
$1.00 Chiffon and Dotted Veils, rod tag prioe.. 50c ;
7o Palm Leaf Fans, red tag price. Bo
5c Gold Eyed Needles, beal, red tag prioe .............. ?V..*... 3o
10o Parses, red tag price.. .. Bo
25o Purses, red tag; price........ ?,.10Q
35 and 50c Pooket Books, red tag prioe...... 25o
15o yard 3 inches wide all Silk Taffeta Ribbon, red tai P*?ce........... 100
2teyardoo inaner^ Rihtum. r?4 t??i?rice.. 15?
80o ye*"*: *, ioy Sash Ribbon, all Silk, red tag prioe... A.\.... 19?
40a yatd.Fari?y Sash Ribbott, all Silk, red tag price........ 24$
15o Fruit Jar Rabbers, red tag price.., , ... Bo
lOo Boys Daok Caps, red tag prioe ,,"".,,'..,,,..?.?.*;.. lc cask
Come early and atav ?ate.
Yonrs always truly,
Tte 5Co and 10c, STOBE, j
The Han down nest to tho Poatofilcs that soil the Bsa^
We are Putting O^it
To dean up lines of Merchandise
In Every Department !
You should not miss seeing us
before buying ANYTHING in
? Gents' Furnishings,
Men's and Boys'
The Cash Dollar Guts a Great
Figure this Summer.
neau-io-F o?t Gututt?r?
For Men? Women and Children.
A Great ^S?nst?tionl
GreatestRemoval Sale Iver Known in this
Will Move to Larger Quarters.
WE have grown go fait that We were compeUefl to look on* for larger
Store Kooms,: We will occupy two large floors from September 1st. We
have secured the very best location in?this city, where we will move
Third door from the Bank of Anderson,
South ?ido oftho Publie Squ^ie.
Our Departments are aU< filled with up-to-date Croods, ?0$&?? still uu
broken. We cannot afford to lot these Goodo lay to be moved io new qujsr
tera, No, we will make a great move of ali our Gooda by selling them at
NEW YORK COST PRICES.
We will offer you every day new bargains. We will not cere what the
Goods cost us. Snob, a cut will be given on prices that we will startle th?
whole community, and there will be no questions asked where to go and buy
them. GotoXJ388ER Ss CO'S.^ GKE?iT SALB,
Wo have enough Goods left to supply the whole County.
Come, follow the crowd, and look for yourself.
WwHl make L interesting for yon, and astonish you />y selling on?
satire Stock of
r ' SHOES,
W?m: . OLOm?JiTGa?d
A4 such Cafc Prices that you can auppiy voar^te &r ?little mc
Stock must be reduced by Sepfesmber UL
m?DSR MASONIC T2BS&P&E. L?3ADEH3 OF; I?OW J*BK>
September l?t three doors irom Bank oi Anderson