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WEDNESDAY, MAI!. 5, 1903.
lill IIBIIIWIBIWIWIIH Ml I .Il ll -
A Beautiful Wedding.
The marriage of Mr. Bolton O'Neal
Evans and Miss Claudia BissoU Pr?
vost took place at the residence of tho
latter's sister, Mrs. D. P. Sloan, in this
city, at 12 o'clock noon to-dny. Quito
a new feature of the ceremony was tho
singing of the wedding march, which,
with the playing of the piano, gave a
doubly pleasing effect. Mies Edna
Earle acted as maid of honor for the
bride, while the veteran promoter of
marriages, George W. Evan?, grace
fully acted tho part of best mau for his
youngest brother. The decorations
were green ami white. Quito a large
crowd of friends and relatives witness
ed the ceremony, and tho bride and
groom were the recipients of many
beautiful and useful presents. The
bridesmaids were Misses Emily Divver,
Annie Provost, Louise Humphreys and
Dit ma G ilmer. The groomsmen were
were Messrs. J. P. Evans, J. J. Trow
bridge, J. E. Wakefield and Heed Kay.
After the ceremony an elaborate wed
ding breakfast was sei ved, after which
the happy couple left on tho 2.40 train
for an extended trip to northern cities.
Lohengrin's wedding chorus was sung
by Mrs. R. S. Ligori, Mrs. J. W. Quat
tlobaum and Messrs. J. L. Tribble and
W. F. Cox, accompanied by Mrs. G. E.
Hammond on the piano. During the
ceremony, which was impressively per
formed by Rev. S. J. Cartledge, tho
bridal couple stood under an arch,
from which was suspended tho letters
? and P, studded with electric lights.
At the close of tho ceremony tho letter
P was extinguished while tho letter E
flashed moro brilliantly, symbolizing
the new name that the bride assumed.
We join tho many friends of tho popu
lar young couple in extending congrat
li it* with deep sorrow that we chron
icle j he death of our clever friend,
? . --.s D. Campbell, of Helton, which
occurred in Columbia (where ho had
gone for treatment) last Sunday eve
ning nt G o'clock. He had been in fee
ble health for some time, but his condi
tion was not considered serious until
about three weeks ago, when ho was
attacked by a severo caso of nervous
prostration, which battled tho skill of
the physicians and which caused bis
death. Mr. Campbell was a son of the
late Afred Campbell, of Belton, and
nbont 04 years of ago. Ho leaves a
mother, two sisters and three brothers
to mourn his death. He was the offi
cial stenographer of tho Seventh Judi
cial Circuit of this State, and was an
exceedingly bright, industrious young
man, and very popular among a wido
circle of friends. He was secretary and
treasurer of the National Stenogra
phers1 Union of the United States, and
was regarded by the members of that
organization as ono of tho best stenog
raphers in the country. The deceased
was a most noble, genial gentleman and
one of the truest types of a Carolinian,
with whom love of liberty was an in
spiration and devotion to duty a glow
ing heart fire. Of a gentle and gener
ous nature, winsome in manner, ardent
in his attachmeuts, unswerving in
friendship, he won his way to the heart
of every one who knew him, and the
tidipgs of his death will be heard with
sorrow throughout this section. The
remains were brought to Belton and in
terred yesterday afternoon in tho Bap
Mr. John Catlett. died at his home
near the southern suburbs of this city,
last Friday afternoon. He had been in
feeble health for along time, and re
cently lind an attack of tho grip, which
was the cause of his death. Mr. Cat
lett was in the 71th year of his age, and
was a/iative of Sevier County, Tenn.
About forty-fivo years ago he cunio to
. Anderson County and settled on a farm
in Corner Township. After tho civil
kvar he opened a livery gtablo in this
City and conducted it until a few yours
ago, when he sold it to J. J. Dobbins.
Mr. Catlett was a veteran of the Mexi
can war, having went down there with
a Tennessee Regimert. Ho married, a
Miss Tucker in this County, and she,
with one sou and two daughters, sur
vives him. The deceased was a niem
.ber of St. John's Methodist Church of
this city. On Saturday afternoon his
pastor, Bow M. B. Kelly, conducted
the funeral services at tho residence,
after which the remains were interred
in Silver H rook Cemetery.
Mist. Verona Neal, of Greenville, was
the guest of Misses Pet and Sallie Yan
Mr. Warren W. Guyton, of theN.
C. & St. !.. Hail lund, is at home at his
Fathers. Mr. A. NV. Guyton, ona sick
furlough. His many friends wish for
bim a speedy restoration.
Mrs. Thurston Martin, of Septus, has
been vev sick at her father's, C. C.
King, but we aro glad to note she is
abb- to bo at home now.
Mrs. J. H. Leach is spending this
week nt Belton ns the guest of L. W.
Jones and family.
Miss Mattie Harris and brother, of
Belton, visited friends and relatives
. hero last week.
The school at Hopewell still contin
ues to bo good.
Misses Annio and Sallie Rogers, of
the Whitefield section, visited relatives
Miss Maggie Kay, of Bolton, is i
spending a fow days with relatives
Nearly every one is suffering moro or
less with grip and colds.
Miss C. E. Knight, of Pendleton, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. L. W. Gentry, last
Mr. G. L. Whitten, of the Postal
Telegraph Co., Marietta, Ga., visited
Jair m'cle, Mr. G. W. Rice, last wee!..
) ??*s is scarce. Observer.
Pneumonia Follows a Oold,.
BotT.-v?r follows tho use of Foley's
Honey ?nd Tar. It stope the cough, heals
and Krongthen* the langs and affords
psrfect aero ri tv fioui HO attack of pneu
monia./ Keiufco substitutes. Bold by
OHB! i KK
Railroad Rates to thc Dallas Reunion.
Tho Confederate Veterans1 Kennion
IA to be held this year at Dalia?, Texas,
and the time is from April22nd to 23th,
inclusive. Tickets will be sold April
18, 1!) and 20, with final limit to Muy 2,
but by depositing ticket with joint
agent at Dallas and paying fee of fifty
cents an extension will bo given until
May loth, ?ill tickets wit' be sold on
iron-clad, non - ii ansferabio forms, a
a joint agency will bo established at
Dallas for the validation of tickets, a
fee of fifty cents being charged.
The rate i? to be ou? cuni tor each
mile traveled, short line distance to
govern. Stop-over privileges will be
given at all points west of Atlanta and
Chattanooga. The fare from Ander
son will be $20.00.
The Southern Railway lias agreed if
twenty-five passengers can he secured
at Anderson to give tho Veterans a
through reclining chair car from here
to Dallas. The Stephen I). Lee Camp
of this city has appointed Col. M. I*.
Tribble and .J.K. ClinkRcales to ar
range for the trip. All who expect to
go from this County are requested to
notify these gentlemen at once so they
will have ample time to make all ar
rangements. A special through car
will be quite an accommodation to the
Veterans and their friends, and very
acceptable on such a long journey.
The weather has been very bad in
this section for the past week.
Small grain, is very neara failure this
year. < ?ats are ail killed and wheat is
damaged to some extent.
G. NV. Pepper lost a fine milch cow
J. M. King attended the Charleston
Exposition last week.
James Pant, who has been at Colum
bia for the past four months for his
health, carno home lust Thursday very
Miss Ollie Hall, of Kocky Uiver sec
tion, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. N.
Miss Estelle Heck, an attractive
young lady of Anderson, is boarding at
G. W. McCoy's and teaching school
near Patrick Hill's.
Robt. Jv. Willingham, of this sec
tion, leaves to-day for Rocky Uiver to
shoot ducks and quail. Wu wish bim
Mrs. Watt McDowell lins been sick
for the past week with grip.
Little Mattie Pepper has been very
low with pneumonia, but is improving
very fast at the present.
During the heavy rain and thunder
storm here Thursday night just before
midnight, lightning struck the Kelley
storeroom, near the cotton mill, occu
pied bv M. Feldman, dealer in cloth
ing, dry goods, shoes, notions, Sec.,
setting it on fire, and before it burned
down, which it did in a short while, tho
Woodside building, about 30 feet dis
tant, occupied by A. W. Cheshire, fur
niture, sewing machines and musical
instruments on first tloor and J. A.
Smith, photographer, on the second j
floor, and owned by Gauibrell Sc Can- j
non, was in flumes, and it was also
burned to the ground. Gumbrell &
Cannon's storeroom, occupied by them
selves, and in the opposite direction
from the Kelly buddinu to that of the
Woodside house, was also- very much
endangered, as the wind was blowing
hard from the South, but by heroic ef
forts on the pnrt of the crowd that had
gathered, their house was saved, a ter
being considerably scorched aud some
of the goods inside damaged by water.
Kelly's house was valued nt $2,000, on
which ho lind 91,200 insurance; Feld
man's stock, valued at $2,000, insur
ance $1,000; Woodside building, valued
at $1,000, insurance, $1,000, all of which
is a total loss. The Masons, Wood
men and K. of P. all occupied the sec
ond floor of tho Kelley building, losing
all their paraphernalia amounting to
Mr. ChnrleB Weigle, a well known
coal dealer of Somerset, Pa., and Miss
Lessie Cummings, daughter of Mr.
Harvey A. Cummings, were married
last Thursday, Feb. 27th.
Tho remains of,I. I). Campbell, who
died in Charleston Sunday, were
brought home Monday afternoon and
interred on Tuesday, after appropriate
funeral s?vices conducted by Kev. W.
T. Tate, pastor of the First Baptist
The Helton Cotton Mill received an
order last week for goods to bc shipped
to the Bahama Islands.
Hon. Josh. Ashley was in town Inst
Saturday and was heartily greeted by
his many friends. C.
Terrible Hood Throughout the Country.
Cumberland. Md.. Feb. 28.-Half tho
city is umler waler and the river is
A terrible storm is reported in Wes
tern Texas. No deaths in tho country
Rending. Pa., was inundated at noon
by a cloudburst, causing the river to
rise sixteen feet. Factories and street
cars are stopped.
A sixty mile galo struck Cleveland
this morning doing great damage to
roofs of churches, signs and windows.
Denver, Feb. 28.-A euow slide this
morning near Tellnride carried a bunk
house down a ravine. It is feared that
sixty sleeping men were lost.
Washington, Feb. 28.-The entire
eastern half of the country is to-day in
the grasp of tho worst storm in years
, and communication at all points is
hampered. Floods ar? reported at
many places in Virginia and tho South
! and heavy rainfall m ull places south
of Ruil'alo. accompanied hy high winds.
Jackson, Ga , Feb. 28.-News has
reached hen? that Henley's Boiler mills,
Barrett's mills, Kittani's paw mills, in
this county, were washed away in last
night's storm. Th? Southern Railway
track near Juliette is (Ive feet under
Grillin, Ga., Feb. 2S.-The south
bound Southern passenger train which
left Atlanta yesterday afternoon at
4.25 for Columbus was wrecked at
Snoal creek about ll o'clock last night.
Four men were killed and several were
Athens, Ga.. Feb. 23.-The Oconeo
Uiver is as high as it bas been in forty
years. On Middle Uiver water is in
the second story of Princeton factory,
two feet deep over bridge at that
point, and five and a half feet deep in
tho electric power plant. Street cars
are not running, and it is probable
Athens will bo in darkness to-night.
Chattanooga, Tenn., F. b. 28.-Re
ports received hero by General Super
intendent Dodson, of the westorn
division of tho Southern Railway, show
that h?avy thunderstorms have been
prevailing all along the Southern be
tween Morristown, Tenn., and Ashe
ville, N. C., for the last twenty-four
hours, with mini' ull of about fi ve inches,
creating floods that are nlmost unpre
cedented in tho history ofthat section.
Philadelphia, March 1.-What is said
to have been the greatest flood that has
ever been experienced along the
Schuylkill River, certainly the moot
disastrous in recent years, tore ita way
down that stream last night and early
this morning, and from its source to its I
mouth-120 miles-damage that will'
reach the hundreds of thousands of
do! I;n K has been dune.
Asheville, N. C., Feb. 2?.-All rail
way t rallie lu the mountains is com
pletely paralysed as n result of last
night's ?torin. The French Broad Uiv
er ia the highest over known and all
manufacturing plants on tho banks
have been forced to close down. A
largo number of houses on tho low
lands near tho river were cut off last
night by tho water and tho occupants
were taken out in boats. Tho river
rose over a 13 foot wall at Marshall, N.
C., and flooded tho town. Several
small freight wrecks are reported.
Augusta, March 1.*-Tho river is ris
ing un inch un hour and is running in
nil of the streets on tho north side of
Broad. Water is a foot deep in tho
ollice of the Plante?-? Hotel, Bouts are
plying on Broad street from the Dyer
building for half a mile up. Many
persons have bcon forced into their
second stories. Tho over liow is from
tho banks of tho river not thu canal.
The street railway, the North Augusta
railway, tho Augusta Southern and
Charleston and tho Charleston and
Western Carolina railroads are water
bound and in many partB of the city
transportation is conlined to boats.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Please allow us space in
your valuable naper to return our many
thanks to tho kind and good people of
our community, whoso Faithfully stood
by UH in tlio sickness and death of our
little darling bu ty, Ualph Madison.
Their kindness will always be remem
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wilson.
Iola, S. C., Feb. 22.
Nothing HO cheap or so durable as a
fence made o? Poultry Wire. This Wire
is carried iu all heights sud ?old at low
est prices by eullivau lldw. Co.
Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures coughs and odds.
Curea brouctiitls and asthma.
Cures croup aod whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial trouble.
CureH pneumonia and la grippe.
Sold by Evaus Pharmacy.
A llame that lils auy Collar. Slightly
grooved ou iront to tit perfectly iuto
ttiose "whang-sewed" Collars iuto which
you have possibly had so much trouble
tining a Hame
Wo oiler thin week hundreds of pairs
of Sum plo Shoes ut prices to please. Come
quick while we have your number. Pri
ce., uti Ilsede Shoes too chesr> to Quote.
Cough Settled on her Lungs.
"My daughter hud a terribie cough
which settled on her lungs," says ?.
Jackson, of Danville, 111. 4 We tried a
i great immy remedien without relief, un?
lil we gave her Foley's Honey aud Tar
which cored her." Refuse substitutes.
Sold' by Evaus Pharmacy.
This is our greatest year. We aro
proud of our record, and ure striving by
every honest means to win you for a cus
tomer. Ul ve ut a trial if you have never
doue so before. Vandiver Bros.
Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for ?ale.
Largo and small Palms a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Cliukscales, 242 North Malu St.
Crystal Metul Farm Holli that have the
greatest volume of sound, more suitable
in tone and eau bo heard farther than any
Bells of corresponding size and price on
this market, are sold by Sullivan Hard
Best farmers buy best Plows from Sul
livan lidw. Co.
The wise M'<rcbauts of North and
South Carolina are giving us business,
beouuHo they see at a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber's or Middle Man's profits.
Merchant**, we ask you who have never
?,een our lines of Hosiery, Pants, Cloth
ing, Shoes and Hats drop aa a card and
let one of onr Salesmen call. Yon will
soe at a glance lt ls to your interest to be
numbered among our growing list of
customers. We sell only to Merchants.
Wishing you a prosperous New Year
WEBB cfc CATER,
I Commission Merchants, Anderson,'S. C.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold ut this time if negleoted is liable
I to oauue pneumonia which ia often fatal,
and even when the patient has recovered
the lungB are weakened, making them
peculiarly susceptible to the development
of consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar
will stop tho cough, heap aud strengthen
the lungs and prevent pneumonia. Sold
by Evaus Pharmacy.
A good Heel Bott will soon be in great
demand. A shoddy Bolt give? great an
noyance. Sullivan Hdw. haye good Heel
Holm which they want you to examine.
Every farmer ia now beginuing to pre
pare his land for tho coming crop. In or
der to succeed he must exercise good
judgment iu tho selection of his Plows
and Agricultural .Implements. An in
spection of Sullivan H Jw. Co's, tremen
dous stock of these goods will convinco
him that this reliable firm ia best prepar
ed to furnish auoh supplies in this lino aa
may be required. The large stock, low
prices and fair treatment accorded each
customer,on mien this firm to the thought
ful consideration of every wise farmer.
Plies I Piles I Piles!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment is
prepared to cure Piles and DOES IT in
short order. Easy to apply, every box
guaranteed, 50o. and 91.00. AU druggists
ur by mail.
williams M'fg Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
For sale by EVANS PHARMACY.
Jobbera prloes on "Sohapps," "Early
Bird" and "Blue Jay" Tobaccos. Low
est price* ou Flour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Vandiver Bros.
If you want a set of Knives aud Forks
for Chr.- tums don't fall lo inspect the
Uno carried by Brook Hdw. Co. They
study io please their customers, and their
large s>?>oi in this lino is evidence of their
thorough knowledge of what will best
mont tho requirements of their patrons.
A Revere Cold for Three Months.
Thu following loiter from A. J. Nus
baum, of 15 it" .,v I He, ind., tells its own
?iory : "I suffered for three monlhn with
a Bevel o cold, A druggist prepared me
*ome medicine, and it physician proscrib
ed for mo, yet I did not Improve. I thon
iriod Foley's Honey and Tar, nod eight
dose?? cured me." Refuse -substitutes.
S dd by Evans Pharmacy.
Practic? economy hy doing your own
blacksmith work at homo. By so doing
you eau noon save the cost of a set of
Blacksmith Tools, if bought at the low
prices nt which Sullivan Hdw. Co. are
offering these outfits.
When yon want flrst-claas, up-to-date
PHOTOS '.-ail on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their new Studio uoxt door to Llgon &
Led better-upstairs. Satisfaction la ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
Your Grocer Can Get lt.
Bransford'a "Clifton" Flour is mado of
the bent selocted wheat crown on Ken
tucky soil, and is milled as much with
regard to tbs nutritive vaine of the Flour
ss Us color and rising qualities. Ask
your grocer for "Clifton." Harrison &
Co., Osborno& Pearson, Vandiver Bros.,
sad J. C. Osborne will sell lt. Also,
J. B. King st Pledmoat.
Foley's Kidney Care makes the kid?
u ey a and bladder right. Contains noth
ing Injurious. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
I Pocket Knives for the man and boys
I a tremendous stock of most carefully se
lected Pocket Cutlery ls offered by Brook
Hdw. Co. Special designs to ault the
But a little of your time to find how Cheap
we sell the very Newest Merchandise car
ried by an Up-to-Date Dry Goods House !
Just now we are receiving New Goods for Spring trade,
and having "struck" the market right we are selling them at
what you will call Bargain Fiices.
A new line of Dress Ginghams, worth 12 l-2c, to go at
10c, and so on through our Store. You will find big values
that cannot be had elsewhere.
This season's sale of White Goods, Embroideries, Etc,
have been decidedly better than we anticipated. Why ? Be
cause we sold them cheaper. You always need these, and we
will sell the balance of our stock of White Goods, etc., at the
same reduced prices. 12 l-2c Lonsdale Cambric at 10c. 10c
Lonsdale Cambric at 8 l-3c.
Big Specials in Bleachings.
We are showing new Remnants in P. S., Dimity and Per
Possibly you will need some more Winter Goods. If so
can't we talk Winter Goods to you ? We will make it very
How about your Shoes ? Do they give good service ? 7i
not let us sell you your next Shoe bili. You get a guarantee
with your purchases.
These are opportunities that will be worth your while to
Investigate ; so when in town call on us or send us your or
ders-they will have just as careful and prompt attention.
Write foi Samples.
Agency for McCall's Bazar Patterns-10c and 15c.
New Fashion Sheets just received.
MOORE, ACKER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail.
NOT LONG IN THE
IOC. STORE BUSINESS !
BUT long enough to know thc.I there aro some people I au pleasing with my
Goods and Prices, because thuy have come back the second time and are still
coming back when they want Bargains. If you will call and see what we have
got you will do as others have done-BUY. Maybe buy again ; that's what
we want you to do ; that is if our prices and assortment strikes you favorably,
and you can decide this mighty quick if you will come and see us.
We are still knocking down prices. Buy these if they suit you :
All 25o Jeans to go at 20c. per yard.
All '?2he Jeans to go at 18}o per yard.
All 15o Jeans to go at Ho per yard.
All 12Aa Jeans to go at 'Jo per yard.
All Double Width Dress Flannels, 25o kind, now 20o yard.
Teazledown Outings, very.best grade, same on both sides, now 80 yard.
Tcazledown Outings, good quality, now 4Jo yard.
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Undervest 12}, 18 and 20c each.
Children's and Youths' Ribbed Under ve Bt 15 and 20o each.
Gentlemen's Heavy Undershirts 20o eaoh.
Children's Socks 7, 8, 9 and 19o eaoh. Shawls 12o each. L'oog Skirts 10c
eaoh. Short Skirts 12c eaoh. Pantalettes 80 pair. Diaper Covers 80 pair.
Moccasins 80 pair. Shoes 20o pair. Bibb Aprons 7 and 80 eaoh. E. Z.
Waist 10c eaoh.
Gentlemen's Linen Collars, the 10 and 15o kind, 5o each.
Ladies' Stook Collars 8, ll and 19o eaoh.
Ladies' Belts 2, 7, 16 and 10c eaoh.
If you w. nt to SAVE YOUR DOLLARS remember that we re still
HIGH PRICE BREAKERS AND LOW PRICE MAKERS.
JOHN A. AUSTIN AND THE MAGNET,
Next to Post Office. 5c, lOo and 25o Articles of Every Description.
No More Cheap Shoes ?
A few weeks ago we advertised our entire stock of old and sh elf-worn
Shoes at Cost. We did not expect such rta extraordinary demand, but we are
pleased to state that the stock of these old Shoes has been reduced to the
point that we shall be compelled to advance the price after February 1st to
the original price, with tho exception of about one hundred pairs of small,
uneatable sizes, such aa Ladies' No. 3 and 4, and Men's Nos. 6 and 7. Our
stock of New Sh>j.^? ?3 complete in evory particular of Btyl? and shape, and
were bought witn an eye single to quality. We don't care to offer any more
shoddy Shoes in this market. It doesn't pay. Our price may seem high but
the value is in tho Shoe.
Our biggest bargain now is the magnificent selection of
COTTON AND ALL WOOL JEANS,
Which must be closed out before Spring. They are first-class in every respect
and are a bargain at our regular prices. Our special Cut Price makes them
the happiest feature of the season.
You will find our Store as heretofore tho mecca of thrifty, careful Cash
" _ >
JPlaxLta tiori Supplies,
Where you get every pound you pay for, and 16 ounces of satisfaction guar
anteed to every pound.
Cash Trade is what we want.
It will pav you to buy for Cash
DEAN & RATLIFFE.
The Busy Store.
D.S. VANDIVER. E. P. VANDIVER
ANDERSON, S. C., JANUARY 8,1902.
TO THOSE INDEBTED TO US:
WE are compelled to collect what is owing to us
in order to pay our debts, and if you owe us,
either Note or Account, we must have the money '
or some satisfactory arrangement in the next few
days, or such claim will be placed in the hands
of our Attorney for collection.
. ' Yon? truly,
VANDIVER BROTHERS, and
VANDIVER BROTHERS & MAJOR.
Is the First Anniversary
of our Organization........
And we think it nothing but just that we express our high
appreciation to our friends and trading publie for the large
patronage given us during our first year. Notwithstanding
many trying difficulties that all lines1 of business have had to .
contend with during the past year, we feel that our record
has been very good indeed. We appreciate the confidence
that has been placed in us, and expect to merit during this
year a larger share of your business than In the past* Our
watchword is forward.
We are laying before this community and the trade an
Fine Stock of Goods.
We have great facilities for buying. As our outlet is largo
we can buy in larger quantities, and that enables us to give
the best values for your money.
We find, also, that to be an up-to-date business house wo
mu4t discard the old way of doing business-selling Goods
on twelve months time. Cash or prompt thirty and sixty
day payments are our terms, and we will expeot payment at
the expiration of thirty and sixty days. It takes a large
amount of money to run our business in order to keep our
Stock fresh and bright.
We have now an unusually large and attractive line of
Spring Goods in the house and on sale.
Our Buyer will leave for the market at once to get ready
for Easter business, this being the second trip that we have
already made to market.
This week we would like you to visit our Shoe Depart
ment. Men's $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50 Shoes-good,
dependable wearing leather, and very stylish.
Ladies, Misses and Children's Spring Oxfords in and on
Special sale this week of Silks at 35o and 50c per yard
Great values and are taking like wildfire. <
Again thanking you for the past year's business we are
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for Men, Women and Children.
Lesser & Co.
Extraordinary CLEARANCE SALE.
BEGINNING TO-MORROW THURSDAY, JANUARY 23d, the re
mainder of our line of Fall and Winter Good's to be slaughtered at half value.
We do not care to carry Goods from season to seaion. With every new season
we offer Fresh Bargains, therefore balance of this season's Goods must be
sold. We must make room for oar large Stock of Spring and Summer Goods
which will Boon be piling in on us. Prices will be made on all Fall and Win
ter Goods that will-insure a clean sweep. ' It is our policy to carry nothing
from one season to another that a price will sell.
Price Reductions throughout the Store a Half and even More.
Yes, it's right after Christmas, and that's one reason why wo offer suoh
remarkable reductions. Nothing like bridging a duli time, if possible1. To'
buy now meansra saving of about one-half.
Such temptations are all over the Storo. Make your purchases before it
it is too late.
Clearance Sale of Notions.
John J. Clark's best Spool Cotton, three Spools for only.. 5o
Curtain Poles and Trimmings, complete eaoh, only.24c
Extra heavy all-wool Fascinators at only .*. .. 18o
Children's Black Hose reduced to only. 4p
Ladios' Heavy Ribbed Undervest, worth 25o, only.;. 15c
White Quilts, ready hemmed, waa $1.00, now only. 69c
Ladies' Fine Leather Parses, worth regular 25o, now .. 10o
Featherbone Corset s .boat quality, value 50c, now.. 35c
Misses' Blaok Wool Hose, was 20c, salo price. 10o
Child's Wool Tam O'shanter Caps, real value 25o, now.-..12c
Misses' Blaok Hose, siso 6 to 9, reduced to.....,.'-. 3o
Ladies' London Kid Gloves, all ehados and sizes, value $1.00, reduced to, 79o
Infants' Vests, former price 10c, salo price... :. 5o
Satine Comforts, extra heavy, large size, reduced to.. 95o
Ladies' White Linen Handkerchiefs, value 5o, for this-sale. ........... 2Jo
Parc Linen Damask Towels, warranted all linen, at only... 18c
Clearance Sale of Dry Goods.
Our entire lino French Flannelettes reduced tb only. 6o
! Our entire line of 10o heavy Outings reduced to. !. 7?
Cotton Eiderdown Flannels, value 20b, sale prioe. i. 12?
All Wool Jeans to dose out, was 30o, now.. ,'......23c
Turkey Red Table Damask, fast colors, at.24c'
Unbleached Canton Flannel, was lOo, how.
Extra heavy Flannel for Underskirts, value 25o, now.. l&T
Full line Bed Tio at..... .5, 6, 7, 8? 10, 12 and 15o
Full lino Bleaohing at;..;....._'.'.. ..5, 6, 7,Sand 10o
Wool Plaids, 40 inches wide, beautiful quality, reduced to.. 18o
Clearance Sale of Ladies' Waists and Capes.
All of our Ladies' Flannel Waists, were $1,25 and 61.50. choice now... -76?
All of our Ladies' Plush.Capes, were $5.00 to $8.00, choice at.....Half Price
AU our Child's Reefers, were $2.25 and $2.50, choice now at. r. .$1.43
? Clearance Bale of Shoes.
Ladies' Dongola Shoes, lace and button, at only. 98o
Ladies' Fine Kid Shoos, button or lace, heel Or spring heeh.. .. f...... $1.48
Ladies' Kangaroo Grain Polish, Fleece Lined, were $1.50, now. >.- 1.23
Ladieo' Glove Grain, button and laoo, were $1.25, now. S8o
Men's Heavy Police Shoes, all solid, value ?2.25, now_. 1.75
Men's Wintor King Shoes, calf liaed. double sole, value $3.00, now.. . .. 1.98
Men's V?e^ Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, only. 1.98
Men's Qi.lt Skin Shoes, Laoe or Congress, value $1.50, now.. 98o
Clearance Saleof Boys' Clothing and Men's Furnishings.
Beys' Wool Knee Suits, worth $1.00, sale prico. .75s
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Gentlemen's Neck 7"ios reduced to.-.. ........,... 10o
Gentlemen's Pure Linen Collars, all sizes, value 10o, now*..'.. So
Gentlemen's Wool Double-Breaated Overshirts, value $1.00, reduced to.. OOo
600,000 yards Embroideries at......5, 6, 7, 8? 10,12 and l6o
FEEE?-Haad-Baintodj?hinaFxeo. Buy your Goods of
us and get a set of hand-painted ChinB frc?. Ask for Coupons.
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