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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2t>. 1003.
Those who hud the pleasure of going
?rn Smith's excursion to Asheville from
<thi& section last week were Mr. and
Mrs. 'J'. It. Simpson, Mr. and Mra, At
Jtiue, W. D. Garrison, jr.. and Mia?
& ?tanche Brown?. Miss Browne will
remain in the Land of tho Sky for sev
eral weeks, enjoying the mountain
?scenery and visiting relatives. All
who ?o on ono of Messrs. Smith's and
brock's personally conducted excur
sions comeback well pleased. They
?do all in their power for the comfort
?and pleasure of thoso who go. Ladies
without escorts are especially looked
.after and every attention .neceescry
given them. Good order as possible is
kept and no drinking or cursing allow
? ia the cars occupied by ladies.
?Mi?? Graban:, of Glenwood, and
Mies Humpy, of Cofcesbury, returned
home Friday i-f ter a week's visit to the
family ot Mr. J. W Rothrock.
Miss Mary Russell, ono of William
aton's loveliest girls, is the guest of
Marshall Blackman's family.
Miss Saidee Hill and Samuel Browne
and family, of Croas Hill, visited rela
tivos here recently. They were on
their way to Tomassee to visit other
?'??\Cm t,? VOC t
Miss Irene Miller, of Westminster,
vruB the guest of Misa Blanche Browne
Cor a few days last week.
Miss Corrie Phinney, of Walhalla,
-visited friends and other relatives in
-thia vicinity recently.
Miss Lillie Garrison returned Mon -
.day from a visit of two weeks to rela*
(ives in Greenville County.
Mr. John Garrison left Monday for
?a trip of a few days to Walhalla.
W. T. Browne, of Tomassee, baa
been the guest of Mrs. A. E. Browne's
tiaiuily for the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jolly returned
Mast week from a pleasant visit to rela
?rivee near Harmony Grove, Ga.
-vi. .H-and David Vandiver worship
fried with the congregation at Sandy
springs Sunday. After services were
-over they were tho guests of J. D.
Mcelroy for a short Beason.
Sam Burns, of the Roberts section,
viflitedvhis parents last week.
Tho many friends of Robert Burns,
who has been ill with typhoid fever,
' will rejoice to learn that he is now con
. vale teen t.
.?Charlie Watkins and little sister,
.Mavy-ijtnrk, of Anderson, are visiting
?Sana. Maggie Garrison and family.
Mt*. W. S. Elrod is quite indisposed.
W' . ?rents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bolt,
-<C Asbury, visited her last Friday.
UUJou .-laytj, who has been very ill
for two months with a complication of
?Siseases, died on the 18th at his home
?icar Sandy Springs. He waa an up
bright mnn and a member of the Meth
lod?fit Church. He was about 45 years
<3ld and leaves many friends besides a
"wife and eight children, who are sore
Sly bereaved In his death.
The protracted services at Sandy
^Springs closed last Sabbath with an
^accession of five members to the
?cchurch. Rev. J. E, Board's sermon on
"Sunday waa very impressive and Hs
?teaed to attentively by a large audi
ence. "Give an account of thy stew
ardship" waa hie theme.
Rev. R. E. S tack Ii ou 60 and wife are
wielling in this section. He was for
?two years the preacher in charge of
?the Pendleton Circuit and much ea
Nteemed by his dock and all who were
oso fortunate aa to know him. He and
<fliifl good wife were given an informal
--reception Monday p. m. by Mr. and
Mrs. Darwin Reed, whose guests they
?were. It waa a delightful occasion and
-.one that will long be remembered by
?tiloso present, i
Mrs. Mary Belle Prosaley, .wife of
.Clayton Vrossioy, and daughter of Mr.
?and Mrs. John A. Brooks, died at the
ihoino of her father near Sandy Springs
.o? the 17 th after a lingering illness of
?several months, aged 34 years. Just
du life's early bloom she has been call
.ed away by death from those who lov
-ed her, a devoted husband and child,
"kind parents und many friends. Bnt
<she waa ready when the summons
?came, having been a devout Christian
?nd a member of the Methodist church
?for oom o years. Her body waa inter
bred on the 19th at Sandy Springe by
the Bide of her little one who had pre
?aa&od her a f ew months to the better
-,-- . ?-?-?
JHcs. JEveiyne Newton's Birthday Picnic.
Dark ana gloomy dawned the all im
fwrtsntdey of August the 16tb, the sov
?oatfr second anniversary of Mrs. Evelyne
JSewtoa, wire of the late JohnS. Newton,
.vrtekra wea to be celebrated in an appro
?petate way. But as the king of day ftp
.upcoacbed the eastern horizon bia slant
usagvMrys lit up the sky and dispersed the
?skrads, thus giving ua a bright day.
.Tho children and grandchildren of Mrs.
OKmrtm bad arranged for a birthday plo
tnaa-at the homo of Mr. O. J. Boggs, where
v'i?e trow resides.
eSo at about nine o'clock in the morn
?.qg tba Itlenda and relatives began to
regate and by noon quite a crowd
???>a account of previous rains ?he
.gprotn."'! waa (co damp for dinner to be
^nerved on the lawn, BO a long table was
?lOBflftructed on the wide veranda and
?ecupitagly spread with many choleo
?rienda. After grace bad been said by Mr.
Af. A. Bogg*, of Liberty, we did ample
Juatice to tue food prepared with so much
.care. The relish with wbioh the dinner
wan^a?cu fully satiB?ed Jio most exact
ing h.uss wife present.
-iftAer dinner the young people were
j 3cnt*v.wd over the lawn enjoy inp; a soolal
interChEfugo ol conversation when they
' were ou m maned tc thc house ?..> hear ino
.reading o? au Important paper held by
' Mr. Sedgew-lek Johnson. Mrs. Olivia N.
?Evatt rPhd thtapaper which wa? a dream
of"Mr;-Ianafl"Newion. the grandfather o?
Mr;>Jotn "Newton. Mr. Newton drearu
vsJvSiiis vir oat o a few yearn before his
death and waa BO deeply impressed with
It that he M rote it down and it
fu?a come down from generation to gen
.jQcn&ca until now. All thoso who heard
"?itToadwero impressed with its remarks
Soon after this some one asked for mu
.-sole and all went near the organ and many
- <b?fC.familiar plocoa au.i some new ones
- wero-auug wbioh were enjoyed by those
listening. After this came watermelons
.wblco were a moRt enjoyable feature of
* ?he afternoon.
Afra. AerecJBoggs, Mrs, ED- eline Oren
v *foaw, Mia? Catherine Mart?n. Misa Sa
i^aalUa Knight, Airs. Mary M. Hinton,
>??cs. Ruth M. Newton, Mr. and Mra.
Warren J, Martin and Mr. and Mra. T.
*3t ?Corr?a, all aced and honored friends
jea?tk?relativesorTVira, Ne wton, graced tho
- ?ocasi?n with their presence; also raia
rtSaea and friends from Seneca, Liberty,
. ricard-?reenville County were present and
.^ettSered with spirit into tho ? pleasures of
taw ?tba shades of evening were ap
vaoadalag good-byee war? being said and
J*1|jpartsd from "Grandma'', having per?
c'?aeuy enjoyed- the day and wishing her
.?ssaay more happy birthdays. k -
Oae who enjoyed the ?r&.
..?&s&B&BOtO' C., August 21,16Q&-;-.
. ,mm ? mm ' '
1 "ifjton wanta Mower that Sa perfectly
t**ftapted to your%very requirement, one
\v?hat ba? to oro points of genuine sn parlor
-. tto- than all others oomblned, one that
f mil rnn the lougpet tt?*A coat least to keen
\a. repair, you ?hauld buy a McCormick
tironui Sullivan* Hdw; Co.
Kev. H. L. Patterson bas just cloned
a series of meetings ia the A. K. P.
church. OD Srtiuday the church was
dedicated the sermon being preached
by Kev. I). G. Phillipe, of Atlanta, Ga.
It was a treat to h&vs Kev. Phillips
present on thia occasion as he is a very
At a recent meeting of tho Iva High
School the following young ladies were
elected forthecomingyear: Miss Annie
Beaty Principal with Miss Ruth Cooner,
of Batesburg, as assistant.
Hrs. Jane Adams, of Royston, Ga.,
ia visiting her brother, Mr. J. J. Mc
Miss Bertie McConnell, of Concord,
was the guest of Miss Sadie McDonald
Miss Belle McBride, of Anderson, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra. John
Mr. Frank McConnell, of Concord, is
visiting friends in town.
Misa Varina Campbell is spending
uwhile in Lowndesvifie with relatives.
Miss Mary Teaaley has gone to Hart
well, Ga., to spend some time with
1*01 ft ti V C fl .
Master* Paul Bryson and little sister
Jobie, of Woodruff, are visiting at tho
home of their ancle, Mr. W. P. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Alford, of Hart
well, who have been visiting the lat
tens mother for some weeks, have re
Misa Orlena Milford, of Abbeville,
has been visiting friends ia the com
Mr. Otto Price, of Abbeville, has
been on a visit to his uncle, Mr. Louis
Kev. J. V. Black and family are off
to De Queen, Arkansas, for several
Dr. Jose, of Darlington, made a riv
ing viBit to hie friend, Mr. Baskin
Miss Sue Ellen Sherard, of Anderson,
is making a visit to relatives in the
Kev. I.E. Wallace has been given a
vacation by his churches and has gone
to Sale Creek, Tennessee, to visit his
parents. Ile will be gone about ten
Airs. M. J. Ward, who haa been spend
ing the past two months with ber
parents, lett Friday for Abbeville
where she "will stop for a short stay be
fore returning to her homo in Micuno
Messrs. Quincy and Heid Sherard
went to Asheville last week co Smith's
Mr. Pam Sherard, of Abbeville, is
spending hi? vacation with home folks.
Miss Kate Stevenson and Sadie Mc
Donald made a abort \isit to the
"Electric City" last week.
Mr. Edgar Clinkacales and wife, of
Portman, visited the former's grand
mother, Mra. M. E. Hall, last week.
Miss Lizzie Sherard, of Anderson, is
making a vioit to her grand parents,
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Sherard.
Mr. George MoConmel and wife, of
Concord, are the gueuts of Mr. and Mis.
Mr. Dave Wiles haa returned from a
trip to southwest Georgia.
Mrs. Frank McCullough, of McRae,
Ga., ie visiting her mother, Mrs. Oliver
Mibd Ellen Sherard, of Abbeville,
left for homeafew dav s ago after mak
ing a ebort visit to relatives.
Miss Bessie Cowan, of Mohawk, has
returned home after spending a few
days with her cousin, ?ure. J. F. .Mc
Miss Iva Cook has returned from a
trip to Anderson.
Miss Nellie Brabham who has been
here for a short while returned to her
home in Augusta last Friday accom
panied by little Mabel Reid.
Mrs. Phoebe Watson, of Anderson,
is visiting relatives in town. ,
Mrs. Eleanor Stewart, of Anderson,
is in town to speud a month with
Miss Florence Milford, of Abbeville,
recently made a visit to her friend,
MiB8 Sallie Wharton.
Frank McGee has gone to Greenville
to make a visit.
Sam McAdams has returned from a
trip to Atlanta.
T. J. Bowman and family, of Lown
desvillo, spent Sunday in town.
Mina Lucy Dean, of Deans, is with
her friend, Misa Sallie Wharton, for a
Misa Annie Brown, of Anderson,
worshipped at the A. R. P. church
Charlie Townsend, of McCormick, is
home for a short stay; he leaves in a
few days for Augusta where he has
accepted a position with the railroad.
Rev. G. T. Baker, the pastor, carried
on the meeting at Shiloh ali last week,
doing some Ano preaching, and eight
persons were added to the church.
Mr. A. F. Shearer has returned homo
and is in very feeble health.
We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Lizzie Winter is sick.
Mr. J. T. Pearson aud family, of
Anderson, visited in this section last
Mrs. J. R. Earle left today to visit
her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Dean, of Wal
Mr. and Mrs. Parker McDonald, of
Oconee, are visiting in this neighbor
Fruit and watermelons are plentiful
in this section. A. E. E.
The neit meeting of Un iou No. 1, of
the Piedmont Association, will be held
with Friendship Baptist Cnuroh ou Sat
urday before ibo lit th Sunday in August,
at 10 a. m. Rsv. W. B. Hawkins will
preach the introductory sermon-alter
nate, ?lev. D. ?. opc???iab.
12 m.-Recess until 1.80 p.m.
lat Query-Where did the mission work
begin and when will lt end ? C. L. Guy
ton, Rev. E. A. Durham.
2nd. Do the e erip tu rea authorize r?
stipulated salary fur the pastor? If so,
whose duty la it to ralieJj,? E. M. Stone
and A. M. RoblnHon. W.
3rd. What are the evtdeuces of regene
ration ? J. H. Browning and Rev. D. I.
Spearman J. B. Richey,
Clerk Union No. 1.
Letter lo J. AL Hubbard & Co.
Anderson, S.t C."
Dears Sirs: Messrs. Leach man & Ede
Un, Grafton, W. Va., had been sailing a
Bini, which they thought wall of; aud
la had oca ur? sd:
They had sold a customer 18 gallons of
it to paint his hons*. A few years later,
they sold the same man Da voe lead-and
alno the sama number of ??aliona to paint
the samo boase. He had 7 ?allons left.
The poiot of th? tala is; ll gallons Do
voe parnta an 18-gallon house.
Orcoarse, that ian'tall.
Why dose ll gallons Devoe go as far aa
18 gallons of otner paint? Because it ls
al1, paint, ail trae, no abana, ?od full
Bat that isn't alL Devoe lasts longer.
Ko, no; yon haven't got to wait tan years
to Hud that Out. Ten gymBau? ' peo*?s
know it. We've got their name?. Oar
agents know thea?; thvr think ai heap of
Devoe. there's no difficulty isa showing
yonr townspeople what to expect of De
voe. 910 will paint a SIS hones; ?nd the
palnt'll last twlee aa long.
F. W. DEVOE & CO.
IV 8<-W. L. BaiasBY sells our paint.
Harris Bridge Happen!***.
lt givea us groat pleasure. Mr. Editor,
to note tho pleasure we bad ou last
Thursday attending the . Moorehead
reunion at the ola Moorehead home
place. About ?00 were there, talking
in pleasant conversation, when abouti
o'clock the ladies spread the table
linen and plenty of delicioaa food was
spread before us in the pretty grove,
which everybody eat heartily. After
dinner all returned to the grove and
listened to some noted speakers of
which are too numerous to mention,
lt was a day to long be remembered by
all present and may it not be long ere
ve meet on such occasion.
Messrs. John and Claude Harris
visited in Broadway and attended the
old soldiers reunion at Neal's Creek.
They report jolly fan. We don't think
they will wait until another reunion
comes, for it seems they took the day
with the ladies. Hurrah for cousin
Miss Ida Botts, a popular young lady
of Abbeville, it visiting her cousin,
Mrs. Oscar Harris.
Mr. Arthur Hunter, of Belton, visit
ed in our burg last week.
Miss Lessie Wilson went to Belton
to attend the wedding of her cousin,
Miss May Hooter to Mr. Dan. Jones.
Little David Smith, we ere sorry to
note, io very sick with typhoid fever.
Miss Amanda Elliott, of Anderson,
snoot a few days with her aunts, Mia.
John Browne and Mrs. Marv Elliott.
Mrs. Mary Robertson, or Hartwell,
spent a few days with relatives here.
A few of our noys went on the excur
sion to Asheville. N. C.
Little Bessie Harris has been on the
sick list for a few days. Wc hope the
little one will soon be restored to good
Miss Mattie Holder ia confined to
her room at thi6time. Tell Tole.
Miss Annie Bell is visiting the family
of her uncle near Iv?.
Sam Adams, of Augusta, is visiting
the family of Mr. T. Baker.
Miss Rebecca Heard, ot Middleton,
left for her home labt Friday after a
visit to her uncle's family, Prof. J. F.
Miss Eula Mae Dunn, of Donalds, is
visiting Miss Jennie Mao Dann at Maj.
F. W. R. Nance's.
Miss Lizzie Nance attended the Sun
day School Convention at Honea Path
last week as a delegate from Providence
Misses Margie and Mabel Johnson,
of Chester, are visiting their aunt,
Mrs. J. B. Moseley.
Mrs. H. C. Fennel and little daugh
ter have returned from a two weeks'
visit to the formeriR 600, Dr, J. L.
Fennel, of Waterloo.
Miss Lucy Dean, of Deana, is visit
ing Mrs. J. F. Bowman.
The Misses Barton, of Anderson, are
spending some time with Miss Vera
Miss Blanche ClinkBcaleB, of Mon
terey, returned to her home Saturday
after a few days' ' visit to her friend,
Miss Eliza Kay.
Mrs. Jane Baker left today for San
tuo to visit ber son.
Miss Varina Campbell, of Moffatta
ville, is visiting the. family of her
grandfather, Mr. B. B. Hutchison.
Miss Macie Bell is io Abbeville with
Misses Ida Mae and Eloise Brownlee
spent a few days last week with the
family of Mr. Weston Harper.
Miss Corrie Graves, of Latimer, is
visiting Bliss Kate Tennant. Yedie.
FOR SALE-About fifty Squares of
Sod second-band Tin. Apply to W. B.
?grader, Anderson, B. C.
We have just received a car load of
Owensboro wagons of all sizes. Sse us
before you buy. H. G. Johnson A Son.
BUGGIES-Everybody koowa what a
nice, select line we carry, but we waut
you to see them, anywav.
H. G. Johnson & Sor.
MONEY TO LOAN-in suma of 8100
or more on real estate mortgage*. Apply
to Quattlebaum & Cochran, Anderson, S.
A few more Knot Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hard warre Co.
MONEY TO LOAN -A few thousand
dollars to. laud on Land for clients. Ap*
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law. .
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing pbyaiolao
of Smith's Grove. Ky., for over thlrtv
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I
had been greatly bothered with Lid noy
and bladder trouble and enlarged pros
trate gland. I asad every thing koowa
to the profession without relief, netti I
commenced to uso Foley's Kidney Care.
After taking three bottles I was entirely
relieved aud cured. I pres oribe lt now
daily In my practice and heartily recom
mend its nae to all physicians for euch
troubles. I have proscribed it iu hun
dreds or cases with perfect success."
Many persoos io this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using Foley's
Kidney Care. Evans Phsrmaoy.
The first cost is not always the greatest
or onlv cost in operating a Mower. Sul
livan Hdw. Co. would like to demon
strate to you why McCormick Mowara
require so few repairs and to have you
oompare the cost of such repa!ra with
correspond? ug parts for other m achines.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a medicine free
from polsona and will cure any caso of
kidney diseaso that ls not beyond the
reach of medicine. Evana Pharmacy.
The McCormick Vertical Lift Mower
for which Sm M von Hdw. Cc ?TS gsse;*!
agents can be operated successfully and
satisfactorily on any laud and under any
condition uni tr bio for operating a machine
whare the Mower o*n be drawn by the
horses, and, furthermore, can bo handled
on ground and nader conditions where
an ordinary Mower cannot be ruo. It is
the only Mower designed both for gener
al cutting aud for roogb and stumpy
J. fc?. Fowler wanta some males and
horses. See his ad.
C Unger, 211 Maple St., Champaign,
111., writos : "I wai troubled with a hack?
in? cough for a year, and I thought I had
consumption. ' I tried a great many rem
edies and waa ander the caro of physi
cians for several months. I asea ono
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. It
oared me. sad X have not been troubled
since. Evans Pharmacy.
Don't 'ot this opportunity pass ?nd fail
to get a ?erra ?Mg Plow cheap.
Brook Hardware Co.
Qelok Relief far Asthma Stirere re.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords ltttnw
dlato relief to asthma stttfsrera in tte
worst stages, and if taken io time will
effect a core. Evana Pharmacy.
Foley's Kidney Care will cure all dis
eases wising from disordered kidneys or
bladder. Evaoa Pharmacy.
MONEY TO LEND for Cl&nta cn Be?
1 Estate on easy terms. Apply to A. H.
Xtesnall. Attorney at Law, o?ftoa ov??
Po*; Orflee.. 9-i
- t?as it ever occurred to you how soco ?
Mower would pay for itself? Do you
realize how mn ch good feed for your
stock you annually lose by your failure
to out the grass, hay, psa vi usa, etc., al
lowed to go to watte? , It does not take
much of such feed to pay for a McCor
mick Mower ?rom Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Wa bava great Inducement* to offer
you So Hosiery, Panta, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, eta W6 will bo in oar offlc-e
for the next sixty days. Bay from ns
yon gat the mill prices. We save yon
the jobbers profits. CSU on os and be
oonvlnccd. We are selling the largest
and closest buyers in tbe country.
* WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchante and Mill Agonie.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE-Sltuated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes* walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
Clinks eales, Intelligenoer office.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for sale.
L arge and small Palms a specialty. Mrs
J. F. Cllnkscalets, 242 North Main St
All enterprising and sn cc ssa j ol farm
era now realize the need ofa McCormick
Mower and the great saving affected by
?he use of thia exoaUeat g,ff?Mnr. ff
you do not possess one of these machine?
Sullivan Bdw. Co. would be pleased to
show you how lt would benefit you to
Refined, op-to* dat? people always want
the best. G ALL? AG H ER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS In the Couth, They do
xtot wast? their skill on cheap; fading
"I bad diabetes In Its. worst form,"
writes Marlon Lee of Dunreath, Ind.
"I tried eight physicians without relief,
Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney
Cure made me a well maa." Evan4!
THE WELSH NECK HIGH SCHOOL,
The pride of Eastern Carolina, begins its next
session on Sept 23rd. If you intend patron
izing it, yon will confer a favor by so informing
them. Last year its dormitories were overrun fae
first night, ?8,000.00 hare been spsnt in ?n?5ri?a
additional room since then. Address v
J, W. GAINES, Prin., Hurtsville, fl, &
We extend a cordial welcome
to all who may visit our city
during . : :
The Next Few Weeks 1
And request that you call at
our Kepositorv and inspect our
stock of : : : : : : : : :
Of which we will have a large
display. Terms and P?I0ES
BIGHT. See our Buggies at
$35 to $45. :::::::
JOS. J? ERETWELIi,
ANDERSON, S. C.
Our raee forbuatn?Bi the past aeases has been more than
satisfactory .to ourselves, We find ourselves fax ?a advance
of all past records? having done the best year's business up to
this time ever before in our experience. I
From now 'till September 1st we propose tc keep up the
record, and so
A first-class, elegant three-quarter Percale, beautiful styles, worth 6cf tc j
go Rt 5c.
A 40-iuch Percale, newest designs, worth 10c, our price 7c.
? 40-inch White Lawn, worth 6c, going at 5c.
A better quality Lawn, same width, worth 10c, to go at 8c.
Summer Shirts, worth 75c, now goiog at 50c, to keep from carrying them j
Of all gradea ot prices to please. If you're going to the mountains yon want
a strong one. If yon go to the Association you'll need $ big cae. W> can |
fit you in both, x
Prices on ?FL?Uf? have advanced Bharpiy, bat with the quality we
give yon we will V* found lower than the prevailing markets justify.
Always Beady for Business,
See ns at onto for genuine, old-fashioned
Ordt?TB must "be given before September. 1st, as wa can't get an? after t?at
date, Analysis-Phos. Acid 20i,'Potash 3.S% Ammonia 4.
D. & Ra
We are Putting Out
To clean up Une? o? Ms??li9iid?se
You should not miss seeing ns
before buy lag ?JSTSSfS? in ?
' . Dry Goods,
- Gents' Furnishings,
Kw!i and Boys'
The Gash Dollar Csts. a i
Foy Hen, Women and Children*
A Great' S?ns?M?m!
Greatest Removal Sale Ever Known in thia
Lesser & Company
W?1 Move to Larg?r auarteffie
WE have grown SO (tat that we "were CompOM to look out for large*
Store Rooms. We will occ?py two large floors firom jUptember let, . WW
b*Ve ?eoured the very best location ?n|*bis city, where we will ineve-r-.
Third door from the Bank ?I Anderson,
South Side of thePublic Square ,
Oar Departments are all filled with up-to^ate Goods, ani Stock still aa*
broken. We cannot afford to let these doods lay to be moved to new qoar
ters. Ko, we will iaal*? a great move of all onr Goode by sailing ti^sm at
SOME STILL LES& ; ; . . ; '
'We will offer you every day hew bargains. Wo will rio*''este wfes* the
Goods coBt ne. Such a cut will be given on prices . that we will startle tha
whole otimmnnity, and there will ba no questions asked whare to gr, and buy
them. Go to LESSER & CO'S. GRE REMOVAL SAI*B!.
We have enough Goods left to supplythe whole Conntji ;
Come, follow the cpwd, and look for ywraeli
We wiUmake ifc intereeting for you, and astonish yeti by Beijing' ORT
j entire Stock of
At saoh Cte* Bi?cea tha? yon <masrjppVy? isasfe for a ??ie money.
Coma cas, cesas rdl* and take wfraBte$e cg g?^ Bjwnwi St?e,
Stock inert fee'ssd-^
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