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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20, 1901.
To Fi?lit thc Trust.
Anderson is notting an oxatnple t?
other cities in showing the way to light
the fertilizer trust into light lt There
has just hoon organized a new fertilizo!
manufacturing concern of colossal pro
portions with home capital almost en
tirely The name of the now enterprise
is "Tho Anderson Phosphate ami Oil
Company," and the organization of the
concern is complete, lt is said that thor?
is some Richmond capital in tho venture,
but it is practically owned and will bi
run by the most solid and far-aeoiuji
business men ol Anderson. Tho capital
stock ot* tho company will ho ?JWM.OOI
with the privilege of increasing to ?MMI,
OOO, and its organization is for the solo
purpose of tho manufacturo and Halo ol
commercial fertilizers and cotton seed
products. Tho company acquire'! the
ownership and will lake immediate pos
session ot t ho Anderson Fertilizar Com
pany, and of ei^li: <>r ten cotton r-'-oi oil
milln in thia section, h'roderich
Brown, president of tho old f?rliliz reo ii
pany, is lo ho at tho head of tie nov
porat?on. This ls ;< superb loea'iim :
such nu enterprise being in :;?. h .:
n ?jo. ...tid agricultural .. .:.
pill ?! UlCeril M.-.- t?a:<l h i 1 . - ) I . . ? '..
old platH and tint for.'.M uniplo ; .,
doubled i in me i lately . i <? >.??> ?
largely leer ..:-??..!. A'j t?-. .?!: . .,..> ,..
tho no iv r.Wivru ivili h<*' '. ? IV. ?ni
A?dereiio. ihn t;-i ;-.u: ? :.\ >i? h < ? I .?.'...
tonnage 1 ytty quietly, I it ... ..s . :
Snturdti) ?hat tiio ni . . ..... . ... ; i
f.irw-r . ! lo th? S . ?'.??.???ty ?.? .star.?* anil
till? ii;--: si -.? I d; I . . ..Vu t-1 II r"., ii ll
ehirtor.--.'oiirtuhourj il raid, ?'-?tn i ?
hijj ireeri News.
Tho I'aniicrsarc busy sow ingouls ?md
Sportsmen ?uv lin vi og ii no limos now,
ns game is plentiful.
Misson Lou and Nannie Irby, ??' l'.-?
/er, wire thu guests of Miss lieu lull
Cnllahum Insi Saturday und Sunday.
Air. and .Mrs. .J. L. Iiindmnn, of I Vi
zor, win* tho gi I o.st s ol'his p neut.s Insi
Mr. i'ntnek llindman wen! tu Ander
son ono day last week on business.
William McAdams, ol' Level I. ind,
visited his uncle, .Mr. S. M. Callalmm,
Messrs. Atley Orillith and Fred Car
tee, of Slnblowii. visited al Mr. ll in A
ni-- Vs last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Wilton White and family have
re? - incd home after a week's visit with
' . ..('.s near Helton.
?ri J. Ueeves and family have
goin- to tho mountains this week.
Air. r. C. llindman, a business young
man of Anderson, was the guesl of Iiis
father, Mr. Patrick il indinan, Mio sec
Rev. W.'JJ. MeCann hushcen elected
lo servo Big Creel; Church again uv KI
We are sony to say that our yoting
friend, Mr. LuiherCallaham, will leave
for Lavonia, (la., in a few days. W.
wish him much success.
Airs. S. A. Wilson is having some re
pairing done to her mill, whkdi athis
much to its appearance.
Miss Gena Gumbrell i-> visiting al
I ?rushy (J renie.
Wo ure all quite well.
HitowN M Y KS.
Mrs. Marin? ll.t.k-. wife oi Young
Hanks xml daughter of* ?.tie Hov. Roh?.
King, died at ititi len.>f her if?ughtf<i
Mrs. ii. F. Tri i .hl?', on the '.Us, in*'., ufier
an iiliif"H of M hour liv?? inouthH. She was
in lier 74th y*>ar. ano ul wu y a enjoyed
excellent, health until lust Muv, ween a
oom plication of de-odens ser. in. 'Amit
Martha," as she was known, was a wo
man loved hy all whii knew her ferber
.noble ways of life. Har husband WHS
klll-'d ?ni Sullivan's Island during tim
civil war sud Infi lier with live eh'ldree,
two h >ys and thre<? git ls, lo Huppert, and
the efforts used by her in rearing those
ohihiran are worthy of Imitation, Atan
ear'y tige sho joined the Itaptist. Cburuli
at D>rghewter and >v?s baptized hy io*:
father.- She livoti iii ? life of o oonseera
ted Christian, and iluriug io-r- illness ulm
cbutlnii.illy spoke o? its lng. and 11 ? .
thong -is of ere.orliiic into ..? *ruul rent
see.ned ioall'?rd iior inexpres-i'de ? .'...i,
Jack Frost has made his appearance
. aud cotton is opening much better.
Farmers iu this section will soon he
through gathering the fleecy staple.
"Wheat and oats aro looking line
where they aro np. Farmers should
take advantage of the favorable went li
er ?ml sow plenty of grain.
Full turnips ave almost ti failure in
X thia community.
i Mrs. David Vanadore died at her
j home at Helton last Friday morning
1 and was buried at White?elu Saturday
j afternoon. Mrs. Vanadore has been
j Butlering for some limo with pneu
monia, which at last claimed her as its
( victim. She was a faithful aud dcvo
t ted Christian, having been amember of
Whitefield Baptist Church for many
years. Her daughter, Met tie, aged 20
?; years, wes buried here just a few weeks
ago, a victim of the same fatal disease.
Airs. Vanadore leaves a husband, and
nine sons and daughters to mourn
their irreparable loss. They have the
heartfelt sympathy of their hos: of
Married, at thu residence ol' thc offi
ciating minister. Rev. Henry Martin,
Air. Waller Ellison and Miss Nannie
Elrod. Their many friends wish them
a ]rng, successful and happy life.
Ujuito a crowd of young folks at
tended a candy pulling at Mr. J. B.
Burgess* Friday night. All seemed to
enjoy themselves to the highest.
School will begin nt Whitefield next
Alouday with Aliss Beulah Striugcr ns
teacher. Parents should start their
childron at once.
Messrs. R. II. Brcnzenle mid John
Kay have just completed a nice dwel
ling for Air. Andrew Harris.
Air. John Bowlan and wifo have
moved to Greenville, whore they will
moko their home. CsAn APPLE.
Special to Merchants.
Yonr Stock will need replenishing for
the Holiday trade. We have In Stock all
kinds of Hosiery, Underwear, Shirts,
I>rawers, Suspenders, Overalls, etc.,
direct from the mills. Just received our
new linea Clothing, Pants, Shoos and
HUs. Weean ship any of above goods
at "toe or tako your Spring orders. Call
au -1 ?pe our new line Hats and Shoos for
1m t Hate delivery. Buy from tis direct
from i .? milla and factories, yon save
the mi 'd'* man'aor jobbers profits and
dram mo.--' commissions, and get the
newest and best goods.
WEBB & OATER,
Co tn.iv ?ion Merchante*. .
Writ" us fjr a im pl c-s and prices or call
After weeks o? lovely Indian Sum
mer weather wc buve been visited by
killing frosts. To-day (Nov. 12) the
clouds portend ruin, after which wc
may look tor cold weather. Furniers
are about ready lor it, as (lie short crop
ol' corn is harvested, sweet potatoes
dug and housed and cotton nearly all
opened and picked-the boll worm lins
injured cotton much more than was
suspected a month ago. Tor that and
other reasons tho crop in this section
will be at least one-third short. Tho
short crops and low prices are making
farmers gloomy, though they aro still
pushing ahead and preparing to KOW
largely ot' wheat and oats.
The Denver High School opened on
Hie/J I ii with a fair attendance. We look
for a successful (session with such
teachers as Prof. W. I?. Holland and
M ins Daisey Whaley.
.Mis.s Hertha Holland, ot I'el/.er, is
hoarding with her uncle, I'rot', Hol
I .in!, and al lending school.
Mis. Montgomery McKlroy ;uul Mi.-,
i ?ob Hums lutiiriied home Thursday,
afterajilen aili visil ol several days to
friend ^ in Andersoii.
'>!i. .lim Browne, <?! Walhalla, made
a .' hort, visit to rcluf ives hero and else
where recently. He is one <?l ( lepiiee's
hest, ami most prosperous ia finers.
Miss* Lillie Garrison spent scv.
crnl days las! week with her sister,
Mis. Annie Kskew, near Anderson.
Mr. .lohn H. Jolly is home again fruin
Columbia. His linclnilian game chick
ens took the ii rsl ?ni;:" at the Sta!?'
Kair, though he hud to compete with i
Vanderbilt's Hue stock from Killmore.
That laei establishes Mr. .lolly's repu
tation asa poultry breeder.
Mrs. Anna Darraeott spent Wednes
day in I'etidh tun visiting the family ol' 1
Kev. li. K. S tack ho use.
The Missionary Kally at Sandy
Springs on the 1st Sunday was largely j
attended, and was quite a success.
Si verni of Denvers young people at
tended lin- Missionary H illy at Lohn- !
non las! Sunday. They report Dr. j
('hopman as delivering a line ?Us
Cadets tarwin, Uothrock and Mc-I
\Y hort cr were home from Clemson on j
a short furlough recently. They ure
lookiag well and say they are highly
pleased willi t!i" institution.
The quesl ion nt the hour seems to bo |
ibo Soldier's Home or higher pensiona' |
The Veterans in this section arc in fa- j
vor of putting all that thc Legislature j
will appropriate into higher pensions !
and let Ibu Soldiers' Homo bo bail! by j
private subscriptions, rai..ed like Hen- j
ry -lady ?lid those for the Georgia
linnie. Of course, iii?; State would j
have tay-?., ai ul nin the Ilome, which will
take a goodly sum if there bo many in
mates. Ititi whatever is ?lone should
he done quickly, or?- ail thu old soldiers
have joined the Bivouac of the Dead,
und need neither money nov home.
I N< ix; S ?TA.
Dr. Speer ami Wm. Speer spent a few
?lays in Anderson th?; past week.
Mr. Whit Fortsou and his sister. Miss
Lizzie, spent se,veral days with Dr.
Speer and family.
Mr. Walter lloyd, of Mt. Carmel, is
visiting this section with an evident
Ilov. and Mrs. IL C. Funnel went to
Augusta last Saturday, and the follow
ing Sunday Mr. Fennel preached at
the 2nd Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Lem Heed, of Iva. spent Tues
day with Mrs. Dr. J. D. Wilson.
Mr. liol i n Allen and Will Armstrong
spent a couple of days in tho city of
Anderson last week.
Mr. W, T. Cunningham and wife,
also Misses Laura and Mamie Buskin
were in the city Saturday.
Miss (larrie Thompson and brother,
ol' Flat Kock, are visiting at W. S;
Miss Lila Wilson, of Watts, is visit
ing Miss Allie Mae Fennel.
Mrs. M. T. Kowan and Miss Leona
Berton spout several days with K. B.
Mrs' B. Kerri* Allen has for the past
week been visiting friends and rela
tives in and around Anderson.
Miss Anna Watson, of Anderson, has
been spending several months with
Miss Vers Allen.
Curds are out announcing the mar
riage of Dr. A. J. Speer, of this city,
and Miss Fanny Hoyt, of Harmony
? rove, Ga. Tho affair takes pince lit
Harmony Grove at 11:30 o'clock on the
On the 14th inst. Mr. S. Herbert
Barnes, of Lowndesville, was united in
happy wedlock to Miss Vista Clarke,
of Liberton, Ga. Mr. Barnet is known
by all in this city to be an able aud
substantial farmer, while the bride is
very attractive by her gentle, Christian
j nature, to say nothing .of her outward
attractions Wo all congratulate the
young couple aud sincerely hope that
their lives may be prosperous.
To ni E.
- I , is usually rho. better, half that
gel s t lie Wi y>t ot it.
- D isn't the stag?) thai needs
elevating -it's ihc public.
- No wonder thc up-to-dato girl
lia' -i after Oeing vaccinai? ?1.
- Moliere air ship- sr- .v sucoes^S
ai dime-museum attractions.
- If a beg cool i be changed into a
man ho would make a first elas-i ego
- Paradoxically speaking, fast col
ors are those that refuse to run when
- Two United States deputy mar
shals were murdered ami then burned
- The brigauds. who hold Miss
Stone in captivity now demand a
larger amount of ransom thuu has been
- Safe hlowcrs have been putting
in some effective work in Milan. Kas.
They entered ovcry store and demol
ished a bank.
- A very romantic story of a child
twice kidnapped and twico recovered
is hoing told in Columbia. Tho child
has now grown to be a woman and has
just found her mother from whom she
was stolon when a baby.
- Mr. N. Gr. Gonzales, tho brilliant
editor of tho State, was married ia
Manning Thursday morning, the
bridb being Miss Luoie Barron, of
that city. The bride was until re
cently the very oapable State libra
Mt. Zion Items.
Well, Mr. Kditor, the health o? this
community is Hue except bail colds.
We thin!, u few more trips of the
Wild Hog snort will paralyze this sec
tion, as ho drives his little black mule,
and till the spokes in his buggy are
louse and he uses a bed quilt for a lap
M?, W, H. Stone, of this section, is
going to move over in the Wild Hog
Mr. A. A. Phillips, of Little Lock,
Ark., who has been visiting relatives
here, will return to his home shortly.
Mrs. Mayes, of Georgia, has been
visiting friends and relatives in this
Mrs. T. 1*. Hobson luisa felon on lier
linger, from which she seems to sutler
Air. li. J'. Harnett, of this section, has
gone to I'iedmtuout to visit his kin
Mrs. H. I\ .1/ayes is very sick nt pres
Mr. Hen Horton iuis come back from
! Atlanta, where he has boen under the
! care of a physician, but is no better.
Highet' market pri?es paid hy Faut
Bros. for (?reen and Dry I i idos. ?fliee
und w?i?on M'aies near Countv .Jail
I Audciaor. K. C. Ii? *?
WANTED iel i vo mon and women to
! work -?il ti?.?.:-:f iin,*ui!>?Hdo:i, <'<ll ?>r
. wi ile !: mm Brown H IJlock. Antbmon
Ono di ??.?h Cibinet Phot;:H for1 ?>l.?P calli
, univ iii < olin V until .1 ?o. i-t.
i tine nitul! Phn i hir."(icon ts nt Cpl lim.'.
W?.NTKD-liniles io ?io ?AIiring nt
h i.i i . si nv .-ju pt r mouth, i r parr
! Iicuiars address .\'. .J. Cook. I'rdwa lilli,
No iarho-r should f??ol that hois urop
erl'y t qui ope?! unless ho owns un Oliver
I Oh i P.od s . .' Beam ?Mow. ...ld by Sui
! hvit'i I lani IN trn('? Forturning the soil
properly un?J d^hln? ss ol' dru ft Hiero ha**
i never hi .< i Plow ma?le thal could equal
, i:. W.'I'Ti ve." If g ii ~ i: makes a IHe-lollg
friend, iud it? p pulantv i rows each
year, :?- ls sh eve by fee increasing ear
loads "I these >.:?> als licit ure shipped to
! Anderdon. Til? ne.xi h-st thin.: ar.d
itoiuet hini^ ein np r, is tho lui peri.'.) I'l >w
I sold by Sullivan Hardware Co. This
i'iow Mtauds nueond onlvtothe ealebra
! ted Oliver i 'hilled.
! Tim old iv??\ o so.viug gr oe, broadcast
hy hand has ii en improved, and we now
iiavi ihoiir ti l)r.?i m distribute tho
need evenly over dm (Iel 1. 1- you want
your grain ht thi? T ill in lite right way
i go t" Sullivan I l u ! v? ure <'... und buy
! Tile Farmers' Favorite Grain Drill and
watch the uni is oi next year's er M>. 1> >
tl.:-: ;..i i you will congratulate yourself
when yeti gather the uexi harvest.
BRICK -l"i),ii!K) idi-ira-ii size. Rrlek tor
sale. J. f. Htribling.
Ut) - I Pendleton, S. C.
When \ .e.i need .Screen Doors and Win?
d'iw-", al-o Screen. Wire and Fly Funs,
edi and seo Bvick !; ..-. Al-t?i buy the
i < * i. when you want tho bo.'. Ice Cream
Fro .".tr, ut Brock Bro?.
I. >. ie I Sui d'.- and Other Ammunition
hv i linear I "ad ls thu way the Sullivan
Hardware C>>. buy ihe?e IEOOIIS. Make a
Not'inl ihi?,\o sp-?rfmnen. 1 'icir stock
< :'i'.i-:s i?* varied sud nonmlete, and they
eui il; you up with i> ?;.s trim aud Am
in ti m t i m.
if.you haven't seen 'In? ne v Axe.-} Sul
livan lla dwar . ? ' ?. are reostving don't
buy noni you hnvu looked at these nice
is ?ais, rn- voll will r?-gror. it when it is ino
W> offer this week hundred? of pairs
?>* Sum plo Shoes rtt prions to please. Como
(pitel", while WM have your number. Pri
?e* on these Shoos too cheap to quote.
Vend ivor Bros.
ONE HORSE WAGONS-I am over
stocked on One Horse Wagons, aud if you
need one 1 cnn save you money.
J. S. Fowler.
FOR RENT-A neat 4-room cottage.
Excellent water and a line,, large garden.
Apply nt ibis oilier.
NOTICE-I gave sil pardos fair notlco
who owed, meto make pa vuna nt by the
first of November. There aro quite a
number yet who hav* not palfl HO you
need not be surprised nt any time to
have ?me of my four collectors call ?>n
von, and which will add ?v?Ht fnr every
trip. J Si FOWLER.
Rroik Bru. have r.?v?i good Second
Hand SUitioiisry Th? gi ne.?? also two first
i'.\n"H Reeotid Mund I'h res he is for s- ale at a
very low price.
HARNESS-If yon need a set of good
home-made J.tarues?! pall ?>n J. S. Fowler
Wo have two LOW- Heiser Thrashora
and two'secondhand Peerless tour and six
hors?? power engines in irood condition.
Also some KOW Peerless Encinos und we
can n imo some very low nricca on same.
Brock Bros., Anderson, S. C.
Health will give what wealth cannot
buy nappbeeis. Cycllmr l>eing a ploas
ant, coultorlabl? exercise is the groAtet-t
known beak h r>romo'Or, and just aa pop
ul ir as our who .?J, Columbia, Rambler,
("lav,.land, ctol th* Hartford are the
greats t hi coritos muong incriminating
W. H. .-'nearer, Surveyor, You will
lind me at Dean ?fc RatiifflrH. Long d?a
lance Phone nt my residence.
This is our uroatatk year. We are
proud nf our record, and are atriving by
every honest nieuus to win you for a cus
tomer. Ulva us a trial if you have nevor
done so tie lore. Vandiver Bros.
If yeti are tn the t.'.urkat for a Mower,
Reaper and Binder, call at Brook Bros.
and buy the Deerina, the most durable,
lightest draft and hunt adjusted machine
on the market.
Twenty-five Dollars will buya fairly
unod t-qtiaro practice Piauo at the C. A.
Reed Music Honan. They are intrinsic
cally worth doubla that amount.
Pot Blunt* and Cut Flowers for ?ale.
I^argo and s nani I Palms u specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Cliiikscatas, 242 North Maui St.
Jot'bers prices on "Schupps," "Early
Bird" vi d "liiuv. .lay" TObaecoH, Low
est ,. 'i?t?- on ?lour. Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
nm] heavy ftr<tnerte**. Vandiver Bros.
F?ht Br?IH. p-v '.'() cunta per lb. onsh f.ir
Rseswax. Olnoe aud Waken Beales near
O ninty dad. Anderson, S. C. ll? 4
Carry your Hidss tn Faut Brus.' office,
near County .T^tl. They pay cash and
highest market priis?s, Anderson, 8. C.
Fant Bros. pay eaah for Hides, Scrap
Iron, Beeswax, Tallow, Scrap Brass,
8orap Zinc, Scrap Copper, B^or Bottles,
Dispensary Bottle*, old Rubber Shoes
and Boot", old Bicycle Tites and old
A ll Wool Carpets. Ollice and scales near
County Jail, Anderson, S. C. 10 4
Money to loan at 7 per cont on farm
lands. No wen missions. Long time.
Apply to Quattlebaum A- Coohran. Atter
noys at Law, Anderson, S. C. ' 15-13
MONET TO LOAN ON LAND.
A few thousand dollars lo loan now for
clients nt S per cent.
B. F. MARTIN, Attorney.
When von want flrst-class, up-to-date
PHOTOS call ou GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their new Studio next door to Llgon &
Led better-upstairs. Satisfaction la fol
ly guaranteed to every customer.
Files 1 Piles! Piles!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is
prepared to cure Piles and DOES IT In
?hort order. Rasy to apply, every box
guaranteed, 50c. and 91.00. All druggists !
or by mall.
Williams MTB Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
For sale by EVANS PHARMACY.
FOR SALE-Good Barn, 27x80 feet.
Btu and two malls on each aldo, eight
feet driveway through. Apply at tala
Are You Prepared for
If Not, Come to Our Store for Your
FROM now ii util the Holidays our Stock of Winter Goods, mu st be
reduced at a rapid rate, and in order to*do thia ^^^ave given our special
attention to the pricing in the following lines :
CAPES, JACKETS, FURSrHEEFERS.
This lin?- is entirely new-no o?d stock, but fresh Coads, bought ima season.
UNDERWEAR and BLANKETS.
Holli ot'which we hu ve un exceptional good assortment for your selection.
Do you need
Flannels, Cotton Flanuels, Outiugs, Etc. ?
li' so, you mah?; no mistake in .-;t-cipg us before purchasing elsewhere.
A big line. Just tin* kind you need /or Winter Slices.
SSS ?3 FOR YOUR WINTER WANTS.
Remember, also, that our
DRY GOODS. TRIMMINGS. MILLINERY. ETC..
Arc always thoroughly up-to-date iu every way.
Come ene, come all, and seo the Big Bargains we oiler.
OOR?, ACKER & GO.,
Wholesale and Retail.
P. S.-All who owe us anything will please call and.settle
PIANOS. OR?-ANS AND SEWING M&CH1H
A SPECIAL THKt&E MONTHS SALE
OF t?ie very highest grade.-, latest and most artistic designs in cases. Quali
ty of tone unequalled, and twenty-five pet oenteheaper in price than you will
/iud elsewhere Thia applies to Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines for the
next ninety days. Get prices from auy dealer, and compare Instruments
I mean to save you some money. New Goods. No worked over or second
hand stock. A nice lot of beautiful Pianos just in.
M L. WULMS, Next door Peoples Bank.
Our New Fall Stock is now Complete.
Full Goo?s new Ready.
OUR Fall line of Dry Good??,. Shoes, Hats, Notions, Clothing and' Gents
Furnishings is uow spread before you for your inspection, aud by far excels
anything yet seen in the City oW Anderson, when compared with the prices
and Goods of others. Wc begin to-morrow to show one of thc best selected
Stoeks of Merchandise over brought to this city. Our Goods and Prices
. . u.. .1_I.... _l_ ._v. : _ _ _"c TJ:_I. rt...?
Toilet Soap, three cakes in bos, good quality, box. 5c
Bedspreads, splendid 11-4 Marseilles patterns, good value at SI.OD, only'.. 75o
Ladies' Ribbed Underve^ fleece lined, value 20c, only. 10c
Table Oil Cloth, best quality, perfect goods, ll yards wide. 15c
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Union Suits, extra heavy, worth 50c, ouly. 35o
11-4 White and Grey Blaukets, actual value $1.00, only per pair. 58c
Clark's, best Spool Cotton, special prico only three Spools for. 5c
Children's Kuit Caps, value 25o, only. . ..'.... 15c
Ladies' Shawl Fascinators, all colors, only...'. 24o
Ladies' fleece-lined Cashmere Gloves, value 25c, only.. 15o
Full linc Men's and BOVH' Caps from..._lOu to 25o
Ladies' Seamless Black Wool Hose, value 25o, ouly ... 15c
New Line Embroidery, all widths, from....... : ,5o to 15o
NEW PALL DRY GOODS.
2000 yards Outing Flannel, in checks and stripes, actual value 5c, only... Bio
2500 yards Pretty Fall Percales, yard wide, worth 10c, only. 65o
Beautiful 72 in oh Turkey Red Table Damask, lovely pattern, worth 35... 20c
2000 yards Tokio Flannelette, beautiful design, well worth 10o, Only... .. 7?o
1800 yards Centaur Outing Flannels, worth, quite 10e, but are offered at.. 6Jo
White Curtain Swiss, full yard wide, worth 15c, only .. 0c
Window Curtain Scrim, double width, 40 inches wide, at only. 4Jo
Unbleached Cotton Flannel, extra heavy quality, at only. 5o
Eiderdown Flannels for Infants' Cloaks, beautiful designs, only.......... 15o
Extra heavy Unbleaohed Drills, worth 7o, only ._. 5o
NEW FALL. DRESS GOODS.
Full lino Cotton Plaid Dross Goods, double width, ot only. 9c
Wuoestershire Worsted Plaid, yard wide, value 25o, at only.. 15c
Yiotoria Biocades,.36 inches wide, all wool, beautiful designs, at only... 18o'
40-inch Canterbury Suitings, figured effects, worth 35c, at only... 24o
All-wool Tricot Flaunels, exoelieut for school dresses, only.. 24o
Black Brooadcd Brilliantine, all wool, 40 inches wide, at.only. ll)c
I Ladies* Plush Capes, full sweep, extra long, trimmed in fur, only. 98c
Ladies' Cloth Capes, made of heavy Moiton and nicely trimmed, only.... 98o
50 Kersey Jackets, latest styles, in all shades, at only... 2.98
Full line Children's Reefers, in all colors, styles and sizes, from.. .98o to 2.50
Ladies' Wool Flannel Waists, latest styles, iu all colors, at only.. ..... 95o
Ladies' Extra Fine Tricot Flannel Waists, beautifully trimmed, only.... 1.25
NEW PAL > <5 S.
Thc splendid opportunity presented to purchase high grade Shoes at the
prioes we ask for thom is one \o bo grasped. We are each day in receipt of
shipments of our new Fall stock of Footwear, and as soon as oponed it is
glaced on display. We have many now stylos of Shoes for Ladies, Men,
lisses, Boys an Infants all at our well-known popular prices.
Ladies' Dengola Shoes, button or lace, heel or spring heel, at only....... 98o
Ladies' genuine Dongola Shoes, all sizes, button or lace, valuo 02.00.... .91.39
Ladies' Fleece Lined Glove ana Oil Grain Shoes, all Solid, at only.. .... 98o
Ladies' Kangaroo Calf Shoes, button or laco, worth 1.50, at only.1.25
Ladies' Pebble and Glove Grain Shoes, batten or lace, kill solid, cn!?.... 98o
Boys' Calf Skin Shoes, sizes 3. to 5}, well made, at only .. 98o
Hundreds of other good Shoes equally as cheap.
NEW ZBOYS' CLOTHING SL GENTS* FURNISHINGS.
A matchless stock and a beautiful assortment, coupled with honest prioes,
fer equal value are? the chief characteristics of oar grand display.
NEW FALL MILLINERY?
Our Millinery department is equal to the best in the city, tasteful and
well seleoted. By giving ns a oall you trill convinco yourself of tho fact.
Many new thiugb in this department. See onr Fine Dress Hat?,
FREE !-Handsome New Promiums just received Hand Painted China
free. A housewife's delight-a nicely arranged table. Buy your Gooda ox us
and get a Set of Hand Painted China FREE. Ask for Coupons.
LESSER & CO..
ANDERSON, fi. C., UNDER MASONIC TEM PUT.
Must be exchanged for
The needs of this surrounding country for the next five
weeli b will be great. We are going to turn loose worlds of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Men's, Ladies' and Childr en's
EVERYTHING !N THE OBY GOODS LJE.
A special push in.
We cannot mention the things in this space that we have
listed to move, and we can promise our friends that every
thing will be in readiness for them,
How is the time for ns to sell Goods, and we propose to
do it by the thousands.
Is what we are wanting. We find that is the necessary
thing in business.
We have-sold some parties oa credit from sixty to ninety
days, and a few we sold by special agreement 'till Fall. AU
Accounts are now due, and we shall expect the money from
every one of them. Money is a necessary article for us just
now. We always try to accommodate our friends and cus
tomers to the full extent of our ability, and we will be glad
to hear from them at once. * \
Don't forget to come this way if you want to buy Goods.
We will be strictly in the selling business for the next five
Head-to-foot Outfitters for Men? Women and ChiZ&?n.