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Bis Summer
PAST RE
WE propose to make this sale the greatest event of our
history. Every dollar's worth of Summer Stock has been
marked at prices to close. Former value and loss will not be
considered-we are bound to sell the Goods. We mean just
?what we say, and want you to regard every word as a cold
fact. We shall indulge in no spread-eagleism-no bombast,
but give you a chonicle of money-saving facts.
WE HAVE BARGAINS AT ALL TIES!
But none such as these.
Read the list to the end, cut out from the ai. the items
that interest you, and compare the printed statement with
the actual merchandise offered. MONEY BACK on every
dollar's worth that you purchase if not as represented and
satisfactory.
This sale will last until all Summer Goods are sold.
SILKS FIRST.
Haven't time for much talk, nor space for full description,
but if you never bought-Silks before you'll buy them now, at
the prices we ask for them.
A DRESS GOODS SLUMP !
Might as well own up ; we are overstocked on Dress
Good[s, but we mean to sell them. Our prices on Dress Goods
will make you blush.
THE WASH GOODS WHIRL.
We want to sell every yard of Wash Goods in the stock.
We want to clean up the Prints, Ginghams, Lawns, Dimities,
Muslins, Organdies, Linen Batiste, &c.
BLACK GOODS
Join the general tumble.
PARASOLS.
It's not a question of what they are worth, but what will
sell them ; they've got to go, and go quick.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
AND HOSIERY MUST GO,
We don't want to winter them. Absurd is the word when
you compare the prices with the intrinsic worth of the Goods.
We have one hundred Ladies' Undei vests that we will sell at
at 3 1-3c. each, or three for 10c.
A lot of Men's, Women's and Children's Hose at 5c. per
pair.
LAST GALL ON SHIRT WAISTS.
And it's the loudest of the season. Good-bye profits. All
we want now is to see the stock cleared out. It's about two
Waists for the price of one.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
Cheaper than ever before. Leading Bleached Cottons as
follows:
A good 4-4 Bleaching at 4 l-2c.
Fruit of the Loom 7-8 at 6 l-4c.
Fruit of the Loom 4-4 at 6 3-4c.
New Mills and Wamsutta 4-4 at 10c.
And other standard makes in the same proportion.
Bedspreads cheap.
Table Linens and Towels at unheard of prices.
MILLINERY.
All Goods in this department must be closed out.
CARPETS and MATTINGS.
Cur 20c. Mattings will be offered at 15c.
IT HITS THE MEN'S GOODS,
And hits them hard. All the Summer lots go under the
knife. Outing Shirts at 15c, Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, and a
general line of Shirts and Clothing. Prices talk here with
no uncertain sound.
Ladies', Misses and Children's
OXFORD. TIES
At even a greater reduction.
Our 50c. Oxford Ties at 40c.
Our 75c. Oxford Ties at 60c.
Our $1.00 Oxford Ties at 80c.
Our $1.25 Oxford Ties at $1.00.
Our $1.50 Oxford Ties at $1.25.
Our $2.00 Oxford Ties at $1.60.
Our $2.50 Oxford Ties at $1.75.
Our $3.00 Oxford Ties at 2.00.
We have just finished our annual inventory of Stock, and
feel very much gratified with the result, it being the best in
the history of our Firm. But we have entirely too many
Summer Goods on our shelves. Hence the introduction of
this
BIG SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.
In addition to the above we are receiving by every train
a large assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Our Milliner and Dress Maker is now in the North with our
buyers, assisting in the selection of the latest Novelties in
Millinery and Dress Goods, and we respectfully ask the ladies
to see our immense Stock before buying.
GROCERIES, BAGGING and TIES.
We are well stocked with all kinds of Groceries, Bagging,
Ties, Texas Red Oats, &c, &c.
Big decline in Coffee-8 1-2 lbs. for $1.00 ; better grade
in proportion.
Flour $2.40 per Barrel up. Sugar and Bacon cheap, also,
and cotton on the rise.
Call and see us.
Yours truly,
LOCAL NEWS
"WEDNESDAY, AUG. 26, 1896.
The Colton Market.
Corrected by JBroion, Osborne < Co.
Strict Goori Middling. 7
Good M'ddling. 78
Strict Middling. 7i
Middling. 7
The whooping cough is prevalent in An
den OP.
The railroads are doing a fine passenger
buiiness.
Tho season for dove shooting opened the
lat ol August.
Just four months lill Christmas. It will
eoou roil around.
Eggs are scarce and in demand in the
city at a fair price.
Anderson's colton receipts last Saturday
were sixty-two bales.
Mr Lee Rivers, of Darlington, is visit
ing frieuds in Anderson.
The drouth has about ruined the sweet
potato crop in this section.
School boys and girls will som have to
take up their books again.
Mr. J. M. Pinckney, of Columbia, is in
the city visiting his parents.
Mr. Eugene Richburg, of Augusta, Gr.,
is visiting friends in the city.
Mr. Ben. Dodd, of Scoffletown, S C., U
in the city visiting his brothers.
Some of the candidates don't feel as good
this morning as they did a week ago.
Misa Lslla Wbito, who has been visiting
friends at Picken , baa returned homo.
Mr. DonDis O'Donnell, of Sumter, bas
been spending a few days in Anderson.
Mr. E. E. Allen is at Glenn Springa for
a fo T? weeks for the benefit of his health.
This is the last week io which the clerks
in the stores will get off at C o'clock p. m.
Mr. Boyce Burriss and sister went over
to Glenn Springs last week to spend a few
days.
Miss Virginia Addison, of EdiefieldAiB
in Anderson visiting her friend, Miss Eana
Earle.
/
No town or C1I3' in the State paid as
much for itR first bale of ectton es And r.v
Bon did.
Miss Olive Thornley, of Pickens. C. H.,
ia in the city visiting her sister, ^Irs. W.
W. White.
Col. J. B. E Sloan offers three fine tracts
of land for tsle netr Pendleton. See ad
vertisement.
Mr. 0. Geishorg, who has been spending^]
several months in Chicago, returned home
a few days ago.
Gen. M. L. Bonham returned home,
Monday from Glenn Springs grtatly im-^j
proved in health.
The County Executive Committee meets
to morrow to tabulate the votera of the
primary election.
Miyor Toll? left the city Saturday to<]
spend a ft>w days recreating at Calhoun
Pal's nnd other places.
The. sumner tourists are returning and'
the nUy at-bomes are not sorry that th "
fa!l season in approaching
C >tton is now coming in quite rapidly.
It won't b'ilong before the buyers will be
gin to ret down to hard work."
Mr. Hal. Wbitner. of Knoxville. Tenn ,
ia ^pendine a few days in Anderson visit
ing his f lh9r and other relative?.
Reports from many sections of the State
sho* that mad dogs are on the rounds.
You hud better be on the lookout.
Mr . L K Clyde and daughter, also W.
G. Woodward, of Greenville, S. C., are in
this city visiting Mrs. M. Kennedy.
Mcsaw. W. R. Hnbbard, B. F. Brown,
Jr.. and C pt. J. R. Anderson, of the Blue
Ridge Railroad, have gone to New York.
Superintendent Neal, of the S'atn Peni
tentiary, came up from Columbia Monday
to vole in the primary election yesterday.
We sre'requested to announce that Rev.
N. G. Wright will preach at Eureka Church
on the first Sunday in September, at ll am.
That new advertisement of C. F. Jones
it Co. should catch your eye, BS lt contains
some interesting information to the male
sex. .
The housekeepers complain now that it
is very difficult to get up a (rood Eqnare
meal. Nearly all tho vegetables have
dried np.
Capt. John M. Patrick ha? just returned/
from a visit to the eastern section of that
State in the interest of the Patrick Military
Institute. .
The colton fields are as white as they
ucually appear the latter part of Septem-1
ber, and the pickers have commenced work
in earnest now.
Mr. Benjamin B. Calhoun and family,
ofPalatka, Fia, arrived in Anderson last
Saturday and will spend a month at the
Hotel Chiquola.
Mr. W. W. Robinson, who has bep-n
c'orkiDg for A W. Kay, ia now with U
E. S ybt. where he will be glad to serve
his friends at any time.
A meetins: of the stockholders of the
Anderson Water, Light and Power Co.
will be held in this city on the 20th Sep
tember. See advertisement.
Miss Nellie Roach, from Rick Hill, is
visiting the family of Mr. J. G. Cunning
ham. MisR Nellie has many friends here
who are always glad !o see her.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
Monday night Mr. D. E. Carlisle was
elected Health officer to succeed Mr. Lucl
ons Murphy, who has resigned.
The Anderson Cotton ExchaDga is open
again, and whenever there is a change in
the markets it is known here as quick es the
telegraph wires can announce it.
Elberton (Ga.) Star: "Mr?. Frierson,
of Anderson, S. C , is visiting her brother,
Capt. W. D. Bewley, at bis handsome new
residence on lower Heard Btreet."
The State Sunday School Convention
will ba held this year at Florence, begin
ning next Wednesday. The railroad fare
from Auderson is 0 UO for the round trip.
Married, by Rev. N. G. Wright, athis
residence, on Sunduy. August 1G, 1896,
Mr. J. 0. Hawkins, Jr. and Miss Nett:e
Wilson May prosperity attend them
through li.'e
An exchange says: "If you have sore
or aching corns, trim them well and grease
them thoroughly with linseed oil. Your
suffering will end so far as those corns
are concerned."
Tho man Minor, of the Ten Cent Store,
In his new advertisement this week, takes
fer his text brooms. He is almost givug
brooms away, and it will do you good to
read what he says.
Mr. Baylis E. Clarke, wbc ii in the
United States Postal Service on the Atlan
ta cfc Charlotte Railroad, stood another
examination recently, and attained 1<>0 per
cent., which is perfect.
Mr. Joe Marlin, Jr., who has been living
in Texas for several years past, has return
ed home, his family having preceded him
some time. loe says there is no place
equal to old Anderson.
The Rev. S J. Cowan will begin a tent
meeting (D. V.) next Sunday morning at
ll o'clock, in the grove between Carpen
ter's Mill and Neal's Creek Church. All
are envitcd to attend.
Mr?. Walter E. Ruff and children, MisseB
Mamie and Floneie Airaar, Misses Katie
and Mamie Durham and Mr. Eddie Bur
hem, of Charleston, are in the city visit
ing the family of Mr. P. M. Ruff.
Mr. Joe B. McGee, Jr.. who has been
living in New York, the past year, spent a
day or two in the city last week visiting
his parents, on his way to Abbeville, C.
H. , where lie will eDgage in business.
A while man, charged wilh having
committed a nameless crime on a white
woman in this County one day last week,
had a preliminary hearing before Mnpis
trate Featherstone and was discharged.
A series of meetings will begin in the
Presbyterian Church at Deans next Fri
day. Rev. J. N. H. Summerei, of this
city will preach both morning and evening
on Friday and Saturday, and Rev. Dr.
Frierson on Sunday, when the Lord's Sup
per will be celebrated. All aro cordially
invited to attend the services.
We alwrea e'to'TTi it a hio;h favor when
any gtnt'tin n f om. t'jet>wnor ounty
drops in ana givo us a news item. What
you know perhaps many of our readers
are ignorant of and would like to know.
Mrs. T. S. Crayton left for Baltimore a
few days ago, where she wi!l st>ond several
weeks selecting tho fall a:id winter si.ock
of millinery for U. E. Seybt's dry poods
emporium. Mr. Soylt k-nvos for the mar
kot to-day.
The annual Institute for tho colc.rod
teachers of Anderson Oountv. will he held
Sept. 7-11. Prof. and Mrs." J. E. Wallace,
of Columbia, will be in charge. Every
co!ore Kpacher in tho County is expected
J to^bd'pres nt.
The Rough and Ready Firemen brid bad
lnckxin the ^Greenville Tournament la*t
Weddesday^by their nozzle blowing off.
They^-'^eport a pleasant trip, however.
Wiitin itcomes to fighting fire the Rough
"lind Readys can't be turned down.
Miss Zula Brock, of Dae West, has ac
cepted a position as teacher in the Belton
High School. She will also teach musio
in the school Miss Brock is a most ac
complished yoong lady, and the people of
Belton aro fortunate in having her in their
school.
Mr. E. B. Norris. Jr., of Abbeville
County, has connected himself with the
live an^ emergetic clothing firm cf B. 0.
Eyans it Co. He will appreciate a call
"from his numerous friends when they are
in tbo city, and be glad to dre9S them in
stylish clothing.
Tho Heardmont correspondent of the
Elberton Star says: "Mr. A. S. J. Hall,
of Iva, P. C, took charge of the Heard
mont section on the G. C & N. last Satur
day, he being about the thirteenth man
that has had charge of this section tioce
tho road was put through here five years
ago."
Messrs. D. C. Brown it Bro. are now
occupying their new store room on North
Main street, and in their new advertise
ment this week they announce that they
are loadpd down with bargains for every
body. We notice they aro offering nine
pounds of Rio cofloo for ono dollar. This
ia very cheap.
Miss Lizzie Williams received a telcgrim
from Greenwood last Sunday announci ng
the death of her neice, Miss Maggie Wil
liams, which occurred early that morning,
in that town, from fever, after a brief ill
ness. TnjL-deceased was well known in
Anderson"; and the announcement of her
dea'lb^'hag. brought sorrow to all of her
fct ntis.
PickSns Sentinel: "Last Friday morn
ing there was a severe storm of wind, rain
and thunder in Brushy Creek township,
Anderson'XJounty. Considerable damage
was^done to the jrops. One mule was
^killed by lightning in the barn of B F
Blassengame and two near by belonging
to Perry Gan ison, colored. This la a
heavy loss to Perry. Some neighboring
swine wero knocked out."
Walhalla Courier : "Mr. Loe G. Hollo
man, of Anderson, came up Wednesday
evening to visit his father, J. W. Uolle
ruan, and f Ji>Hy. He is bookkeeper for
/dilecklfly^v Fr twell, of that place. He
-b*sfoesn in Andpraon only a few years,
but he bas won fer himself a reputation as
a young businejs-.mau of rare tact Lae'a
many lrb^dlaio pleased to meet him end
4onW^that he retains his usual good looks."
Married, at the home of the bride's
mother Mrs. Emily Baniater, by Rev. N.
G. Wright, on Thursdnv, August 20th,
1S06. Mr. jJ^A-rWilson to Miss N. E.
Bani8t\r^<Many friends witnessed the
nupthrtwows, after which an elegant up
j^was rved. The bridal party repaired
'to the home of_lhe groom the day follow
ing wh^FOTfiearty reception was tendered
. thetn<< Good luck go with them through
JLife.
L P. Smith has completed arrangements
for excursion to Atlanta, Ga , and the train
will leave Anderson on September 1st, at
12 o'clock noon, and be run over the Sa
vannah Valley Railroad and Seaboard Air
Linc, arriving in Atlanta at G 30 p. m.
Lieave Atlanta the next dav nt 7 p. ni
Fare from Anderson is oniy 2.50. Tbis is
a rare chance to visit the ' Gate City," end
all who can, should avail themselves of the
opportunity.
Tho Pendleton Minslrol Troupe will
give an entertainment in theFemale Acad
erny at Pendleton on to morrow (Thurs
day) evening, at S o'clock. Tho price of
admission is only 25 cents, and the pro
ceeds will be donated to St. Paul's Church.
Tho young people composing the troupe
have devoted considerable time preparing
for the occasion, and wa bespeak for them
a large audience. We feel eure you will
enjoy the entertainment.
A Geographical Party, given bj Mr. and
Mr . J. A. Ruddock last Monday evening,
complimentary to their neice, Miss Miller,
of Charleston, waa thoroughly enjoyed by
tho invited guests. The house waa beau
tifully decorated with pot plants and the
walls were covered with maps. The fi rst
prize, a lovely silver paper-knife and lefter
stamp, was won bv Miss Nellie McGee,
and the booby by Mr. Clarence Pr vost
Delightful refreshments were served und
the guests wilL-notaoon forget the ncvel
entertainintnt^and pleasant evening.
TheroBrusa partial eclipse of the moon
last Saturday night about 12:30 o'clock,
ftwibg to the lateness of the hour, only a
few people sat up to see this strange phe
nomenou/ Those who did stay up were
compensated for their trouple. for the
'eclipse was a beautiful one. The moon
-as more than half obscured, and was high
in the heavens at tho time. Tho Bkies
were clear and fair lunar was gozed upon
with great interest and satisfaction. An
eclipse i^f the moon always occurs when it
is full, and at no other time, while that of
the sun happens when the moon is now.
Mrs. Roeannah R. Shirley, wife of Mr.
Wm. Shirley, died at her homo in Broad
way Township, on Sunday, 10th in.5t.
She bad long been afflicted with that ter -
rible disease, bronchitis, and for several
weeks preceding her death her family and
friends realized that she would soon be
called into eternat rest. Mrs. Shirley was
a daughter of the late Hezekiah Elgin,
and was in the G9th year of hor age See
ing the importance of being a Christian,
early in life she gave herself to God, joEo
i'.g the Baptist Church, and ever afterward
li "jd a life of Christian devotion. She was
a devoted wife and mother, a true friend,
and an exceedingly kind neighbor, espe
cially in limes of aickneta and sorrow. Do
Mouday after her death ber remains were
buried IL the Neal's Creek Churchyard,
Rev. Homer Holland conducting the
funeral services. Besides a wide circle of
friends and relative1, a devoted husband
and three aons are left lo cherish bei
memory.
P. M. Huff.
A silver medal has
been awarded Mr.
P. M. Ruff, Box 13,
Anderson, S. C , for
a reversible gear cut
ter of unusual merit.
Mr. Ruff was born
near Columbia, S.
C., in 1812 He is a
maeb'nest and engi
neer of far more than
average skill and
ability. Ho has for
many yeais bean
maste ...ticuinist of a railroad, or cotton
mill machine shop, tLerefore has long and
varied experience in all kinds and classes
of repairs and be always endeavors to find
some new and better way to do the work
than by "the old and heathen methods."
This has brought his natural inventive
brain into active play and has made him
one of the proud winners of the Wedderburn
trophies. The invention which has won
the medal is a reversable gear cutter or
milling tool of considerable merit. Capt.
Ruff feels quite certain that tho?e who
give his device a trial will use no other.
He has made many inventions and im
provement?, but has never before applied
fora patent. Ila haB always given his
ideas and Inventions to his friend!, many
of whom have realized handsomely on
them. Capt. Huff baa traveled extensively
both in tho United States and iu Europe,
where he haH worked on and examined all
kinds of railroad, cotton and wool work
ing machinery. This has not only well
qualified bim for his duties of master me
chanic and chief engineer, but has equip
ped him as a successful inventor. Capt.
Ruff is now master mechanic and chief
engineer of the Anderson Cotton M IIB
Company at Anderson, S C., and is always
glad to see bis friends and hear from them.
- National Recorder, Washington, J). C.
Why is "This Thus P
Editors Intelligencer : I am aregiatei ed
voter of Anderson County. My name is
on the club roll at Belton. Parties who
are hotter informed upon the subject than
I am, told me that I had the right to vote
for Senator and Congressman, in the pri
mary election, at any polling precinct in
Anderson County. On Tuesday the man
agers at the polls refused to allow mo to
vote because mv name was on no Ander
son club list. Were they right? Daring
tho present condition of polities in i;he
Statp, it is really nota matter of any great
moment to me whether I vote or not, but
if my rights as a voter have been trampled
on I waut to kick-emphatically.
Respectfully,
VOTER.
THE PRIMARY ELECTION.
The Democratic Primary Election pass
ed off very quietly in thiB County yester
day. The total vote will aggregate about
.1200. At 12 o'clock to-day all the pre
cincts have been heard from, and below
we give the unofficial total vote of each
of the candidates for Congress, Solicitor
and County offices :
Congress.
A. C. Latimer.2921
J. W. Dowden. 573
W. r.Wideman. 393
J. L. Keitt. 302
Solicitor.
M. P. Ansel.2156
G. E. Prince.1620
Representatives.
J. M. Sullivan.2<<02
J. M. Glenn.2761
lt. B. A. Robinson.2609
J. W. Ashley.2605
H. II. Edwards.1017
T. T. Wakefield.129S
C. II. Bailey.1210
S N.Pearman.1018
J. A. Hall. 890
I. W. Pickena. 832
L. B. Roberts. 82
H. H. Gray. 653
Sam'l McCrary.... 638
M. A. Mabaffey. 309
P. F. Farmer. 268
County Supervisor.
W. P. Snelgrove.2465
Oliver Bolt.1286
A. A. Merritt. 260
Clerk of Court.
J. C. Watkins.3259
J. N.Sutherland. 863
Shcrii '.
N. R. Green.1628
J. H. McConnell.S53
J. K. Clement. 705
W. P. Childers. 244
E. M. Snipes..-.. 301
J. D. Sitton. 149
R. I. Stewart. UH
H. J. McKinney. 107
Treasurer.
J. M. Payne.1927
E. Z. Brown.1231
C. M. Barrett. 784
E. W. Masters. . 105
J. A. Cely. 95
W. F. C. Owen. 85
County Superintendent of Education.
A. W. Attaway.1820
D. H. Russell.1316
R. E. Nicholson.1038
The vote for Senatorial candidates is as
follows: Evans, 1790; Earle, 16S6; Dun
can, 359. Ellerbe, for Governor, carries
the County by a large majority.
Wants to Amend its Charter.
The Greenwood, Anderson andWesUrn
Railroad has applied to the Secretary of
State to amend Section 2 of its charter, as
follows, which seems to tm:o in almost the
entire State :
"The said company is hereby authorized
or construct cr acquire, maintain and
operate a railroad from the town of Green
wood, in Abbeville County, in a northernly
and westernly direction through Spartan
burg, Anderson, Newberry, Lexington,
Oconee, PickenB, Laurena, Union and
Greenville Counties, going by way of the
cities of Newberry, Union, Anderson,
Laurens, Walhalla, Picken?, Greenville
and Spartanbnrg, or either or several or
all, as may be determined by the board of
directors, and in a southernly and eaatern
ly direction from said town of Greenwood,
iu Abbeville County, through the Counties
of Abbeville. Saluda, Edgefield, A'ken,
Orangeburg, Lexington, Barnwell, Hamp
ton, Colleton, Berkeley and Charleston to
the city of Charleston or any other point
on the Atlantic coast in the County of
Charleston, passing through the towns of
Batesburg, Sievern, Blackville, Barnwell,
Allendale, Walterboro and Sommerville,
or either or several or all of them with
such other towns in said Counties as may
be determined by the board of directora,
and aleo fiom such point in the above de
scribed lines as may be constructed or
acquired to tuch point on the Savannah
River BB may be determined by its board
of directors and aleo from such line as may
be constructed or acquired through the
Counties of Aiken and Edgefield as may
be so determined."
Tribute of Respect.
Whereas, an All-wise and ever merciful
Providence has seen tit to remove from
our midst, and from our membership, by
death, our highly esteemed and much be
loved brother, Aaron Welborn, who was,
for over fifty years a faithful Bold 1er of the
cross of Christ, alright to the world, a
model of honesty and Christian integrity.
Striving always to do unto others as hu
would have them do unto bim, diligent in
good works, charitable in bis deeds, hospi
table in bis home, generous to a fault in
others, kind in his heart, bumble in bis
life, faithful to a trust, patient in affliction
and growing in grace.
And, whereas, such exemplary life is
worthy of emulation by a!! Christians.
We refer to lt as being a standard that all
Christians should live up to.
Resolved, That we the Baptist Church
of Christ at Elbe ton, bow in humble sub
mission to this dispensation of an all-wise
providence.
Resolved, That we tender to his br-reav
ed widow and children (who mourn not ai
those having no hope) our tenderest sym
pathy and Christian condolence
Resolved, That a page in our Church
record bo inscribed to his- memory, and
that a copy of these resolutions be furnish
ed his family. And that they be publish
ed in the Anderson INTELLIGENCER
GEO L. ALMOND,
W. G. FIELO'S,
Committee.
Elberton, Qa., August 21st, 189G.
- Tho city council of Atlanta had be
fore it the other night an ordinance, by
Alderman Colvin, petitioning Congress
to remove the seat of of the General Gov
ernment from Washington to Atlanta,
and requesting that Congress have the
Act or joint resolution, or whatever might
be necessary, ready "for approval by
President Bryan as his first official act
upon his inauguration on the 4th of
March next " The matter was referred
to the relief committee. Tho Savannah
News suggests that Alderman Colvin
should next introduce ordinances for the
removal of the Atlantic Ocean and the
Rocky Mountains to Atlanta.
To RENT-Two desirable cottages, ou
Manning street, with good water, garden
and wood houses. Apply to Mrs. Sayre or
E. W. Taylor.
Many years in the Hardware and Ma
chinery trade of Anderson enables the
Sullivan Hardware Co. to make the right
sort of prices, and to furnish just what
their customers want.
Canary Birds for ra'c- 2 50 a pair. Ap
ply at this office.
Prepare for ginning now, and buy your
Engines, Fittings, Machine Supplies, fcc,
of Sullivan Hardware Co.
Do you want a Cane Mill or Evapora
tor? Sullivan Hardware Co. can fit you
up for little money and furnish the be6t.
Inquiry will satisfy you how and why
Sullivan Hardware Co. sell the Enginea,
Cotton Gina, Saw M ht, Belting, <5c.
Don't be monkeyed with on Bating.
Buy Sullivan Hardware Co's. "Carbon"
Belting. You will never regret it.
Mr. Jesse Dobbins and a dozen others
declare the Mower sold by Sullivan Hard
ware Co. beata tho world. And the price
it is so low. -
Not ono complaint has ever been made
by those using Ayer's Sarsaparilla ac
cording to diiections. Furthermore, we
have yet to learn of a case in which it has
failed to afford benefit So say hundreds
of druggists all over the country, lias
cured others, will cure you.
The Sullivan Hardware Co. is having a
tremendous and unprecedented sale of
Steam Eogines, Steam Boilers, Cotton
( na and othor machinery. They havei
the machinery wanted and the pricea to sell.
The Columbia Bicycle is the Standard of
the World. For sale by H. G. Johnson A
Son.
The Columbia and Hartford Bicycles
still in the lead. For sale by H. G. John
son A Son.
NOTICE.- To those indebted to me
please make payment at onca, especially
those owing me past due notea and account*
I must have my money. J. S. Fowler.
Young men, our little Biston Buggy
goes like "Hot 'e Marie's." Call aud see
thom. H. G. Johnson A Son.
A fine selection of Harness cl ways on
hand, and prices right at ll. Q. Johuson &
Son.
Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys and Con
corda lower than over at H. G. Johnsun A
Son.
Our Bicycle trade is growing. Prices
right. Call and see us. H. G. Johnson A
Soo.
(Jood News to thc Public.
Brede'8 celebrated steam bretid, the finest
loaf bread in the 8outh, is now made in
larger loaves to suit the times and price of
Four." Call and try it, Forj Bale by'J. F,
flank
Take care of the Dimes
and the Dollars will take
care of themselves. . . .
IS TO BUY YOUR
CLOTHING,
HATS,
SHOES
AND ALL
Fumista
FROM
& MILFORD.
It will cost you nothing to look, and it might save you
many dimes by inspecting our Stock.
We want your trade.
We will sell you on smaU margins and give you fair
treatment, and why should we not get it ?
Just received a big lot of STRAW HATS at 50c. on the
dollar. Will sell them same way as long as they last.
Yours very respectfully,
At The Means Co's. OM Stand.
$1500 Worth Men's and Boys' Hats !
From lOc. to S3.00.
We can sell you a nice Hat so cheap that you wiU be as
tonished. Buy the boys a Bryan and Sewall Cap, only 15c.
FALL STOCK NECKWEAR.
Greatest stock we have ever
shown. They are perfectly lovely,
at 25c. and 50c. Our 50c. Une equals
those formerly sold at 75c. Our
25c. Goods are extra for the price.
Shirts.
We bought some extra great
values in White and Colored
Shirts. A nice Negligee Shirt,
with two collars, detached, at
50c, worth 75c.
Shoes.
It would take our entire space
to mention all our Shoes. We ask
you to see our Stock. Our Men's
Dress Shoes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50 and $3.00 are the best we have ever sold for the money.
Be sure and see our High Cut Brogans at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
CLOTHING.
150 Suits elegant Black Clay Worsted.
We bought much under their real value, and
will sell them at prices never known in An
derson before. If you buy a Black Suit be
fore seeing this line it will be to your loss.
Our immense Fall Stock is arriving every
day, and when we tell you about the Men's
Suits we will sell at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
$4.00 and $?5.00, we will open your eyes about
selling Clothing. Our IraH line Pants are
ready. We invite you all to inspect our New
Stock
0. F. JONES & CO.,
CLOTHING STORE.
NOW GOING ON AT
WE are expecting to arrive tfcis week a line of Silks thi
havealways sold at 75c. that we are going tc sell at 40e |
Don't fail to call and examine the quality aad patterns.
We are also offering
BIG BARGAINS
I
IN
All Wool Goods,
A.INT> AS FOR
WASH a-OOIDSi
You must see this line to appreciate them. Goods at 8 1-ie.
per yard that you pay others 10c. and 12 l-2c. for.
MATTINGS AND OIL CLOTHS.
We are still in the lead with this line.
Our Millinery Department
Is still one of the prettiest places you have seen, and if
you buy your Spring and Summer Hat of us you are sur? to
get a beauty. - *
Call on us for anything in Dry Goods or Shoes.
See our line of Oxford Ties.
ll
$-1
Summer Goods going in order to make
room for Fall and Winter Goods.
We Never Sleep J
Always buying Bargains.
We are working for your interest.
We are pleased with a very small profit.
Come into our Store ard let us show you
through.
We are striving to make new customers.
No shoddy Goods-everything the best.
We have a great big Stock, and
Bargains await one and all.
LESS
.3
UNDER RS?SOr^BC TEMPLE.
P. S.
Come and see our $1.25 line of Pants.
Come and see our 25, 35 and 50c. line Shirts.
Come and see our $1.00 line of-Shoes for LadiesT
Come and see our $1.00 line of Shoes ftr-l?ea.
Come and see our $7.00 Black All Wool Cia!
Worsted Suits, the best one on earth fbr
monej\
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