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?>a Not Xet Gold
WE have an
au nnnsnauy larg? and attractive line of
.v. '.. ? '
??? fl^oir sron ajnioat any grade and pr^e you may
desire from $1.00 te ?? 0.0Q per pair. We emphasise the
following ?e special values : . v
lC-4 Wool Bii^ . ....v............. ...o. 83.00 per pair
M-4W?^ .... v r. ?y-.-.-v:.. -.>'';. .'..' 8.50 por pair
10T4 ^l^oolB?aiii ..'., 3.50 per pair
11-4 A?1 Wool Blankets,-jStorth ?^ro??jaa siak?,?t.. . 4.50 per pair
10<4 Ali?Wc?SoHd ^ " i. ? ???>..-, . ,>;?.. &,Wp&pa??
1C?4 AU Wool ?elia qrey K^?te at..... ................ 3.00 repair
11-4 ^^bl Solid ?rayBlankets ;spi^yU.. C . ....'..... 400 pct|?u
11-4 All Wool Sol?a Gr^^aabeta ... *;0:?. ? .... *..... ? 00 J^P?x:
l^J^^^l^^-T?a^ ?Bl?iik?t8 at.....V.y. 1...... .v? ?.00 per pair
Handfldiae il~? Blankets .?t....... v... . ..,. :'i. 6.50,7,50,10^0 per ?air
?Xsta^f Blankets at;.... ?50 p?rt?
%^on"'vm?:j0Mt: m^0B?^^,- medintn. priced Blankets
ask to se? eur
-WfeDNKSDAY, DEC. t?, 1905,
THE COTTON M?BKET.
Strict Midd Ung-13.
Homo house flies still linger around
and occasionally they ??get in tho
If you have not paid your State and
County taxes, do BO at once, before the
r?ish sets in.
EIovoi cents cotton isa et i m n hi a to
the farmers and brings about a good
feeling in all. t
The medical doctors aro having an
easy time. Ther^ is very little j?ck
ness in this section. l/^
Mr. W. C. Humphreys, of Charles
ton, is BDending a few days in the eity
visiting his mother. [
Mre. D. J. Simpson, of Toceoa, Ga.,
ia in the city visiting her parents. Dr.
and Mrs* W. H, Nardin. Sr. kJ
The thermometer yesterday mtimi?g.
registered 23 degrees above zero-goon,
wholesome winter weather. '
A number of tho ' farmers are still
holding their cof.?>^ for 15 cents a
pound. We bo?> chey will g?t it.
Reader, do you owens for the paper
yon pre reading? If you do, please
call at once and settle your account?
What: ia the longest v/ord in the
English language! Smiles; because
there is a milo between the first and
? number of our farmers cay that
their cotton ?fop has .turned out much
better than waa expected eeveral
months age. ' AJ*^ ?
C. J. Kay, a ?lever citizen) of Belton
township, ia building a neat oottago
on Arlington avenue and will shortly
move to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ai H. Osborne have
gone to| S&vaanub, G?.,where they
will spend a few weeke visiting their
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Blanton.
A meeting of tho Farmers7 Union
will be held at Fiat Kock next. Satur
day evening, 0th inst., at .7 o'clock.
Ali the members are requested to at
. Llnnicd, on Sunday. ! Den. 8rdi ?005,
by John T. Wigington and at his resi
dence. Mr.' W. H. Bogers. Of Newell,
and Miss li; H. Hardemao, of Pied
The weather has been most favor
able for. late cotton, and1 in some sec
tions ci the drought-stricken districts,
tbr top crop promises a considerable
yield. ; . ..
There will be an,all-day singing at
Coneord Church next . Sunday, 10th
inst - condnoted by Prof. Milford and
others. The public ie cordialiy invi
ted to attend. _ . . V.v:..A:.:. :v '.. -
J. A. Brook left yesterday on asnovtj
business trip to New York. Mrs,
LtjftBgMf'- ???*?? bfts bees-tin & hospital up
there .for several weeks, will return
Jhome ^ith hi^a,
. ; WM;8ma?ihasresigned hf?pos?t?oii
aa-?t?e?? clerk at the, Hotel Chiquola:
sud gone tc ?South Mo A ?Jster, Indmn .
Territory, .where ha will engage 1?
business .with on uncle. ?c
?i it brains ??* buggies and wagon a j
cnn'be taken aa an evidence of proa
parity, the colored people of tt?raecr
tion are riding upon the crest ox the !
waveof general prcaperity. :
The ?ateUigencer has not ^he?&: ;
from several of its ? county. correspond
denteinaomo time.' Wake np, i?iendn,
aird let t*e i^ple^know what ia go
ing on, in your resp ec ti va sections.
-Ca Thanksgiving Day--a game of
football wa? pWe^ at Bne.na f-Yitta
Park, by the Clemson and idndoreon
Junior teams, whick resulted in o acore
^ViX to Q in favor of ?he$ Anaereon
. The Norris corresnon tea t ot. the
Pirene gsstfce? .i^svx^^^?en
Wey,o*Anderson county ia teaching a
flouriehing school at Korrie, -also a
night achoo), nt Catee.ehec. He ie a ilee
pite the bitter cold, weather.' a very
large crowd ; visited the^; city; ; The
^ea? ??tate ??id; at phM^
brought good pr ices and the ' merchan ti
Irad a fine traae. .. . ?
% ChiauolaXodge, NO. 82, Knight? of
Py thias ^viil hold its wgular-wnven
:t?c?i^?nb^6Venin^ at?7:80 tfelock.
There are candidates for both the first
aod third ranken : All tbemombere are
nrged to attendi. ..-;./_../.;.: \ ..' ... y'.
I Tho branding 'boom io Anderaon does
not abate. New. hbnses are going- np.
tin every section bf ; the eit|V and 1??
supply ot carpenter*,^ ?lmc?^aieha;'
*ajucrter* and rein?* m^pimlWn^
liatfareiinal to the demand. Oi :? ' :
Throe Oconeo fanners hhveTsusd
. Clemson College for. $2-0,000 for ??leged
damages to their landa by. ar dyke
iivSm fiy the college.^ ^Thei?efenae of
theitollege is that it cannot bo Bued
\*ii&?dt the consent of the Scats.
Wiley DriekoH, driver for tho Hook
and Ladder Fi ie Company, has resign
ed. On the recommendation of Vic
tor B. Cheshire. Contain of the H. and
L. Company, Fire Chief Smith appoint
ed Keino Elgin as his successor. Mr.
Elgin was a member ot the fire depart
ment will make a good driver.
At ix meeting of Hiram Lodge, No.
G8.-A. P. M.? last.Monday night tho
following officers were elected to serve
the en?uiugyear: U, E. Seybt. W. M.;
D. 8. Cray, 8. W.; Calhoun Harris, J.
\y.:J. K. Hood, Treas.; J. L. Far
mer, Sec.; W. ft. Osborne, S. D.; J.
M. Paget, J. I).; J. J, Dodd, Tylor.
Married, on Thursday evening,
November 23, 1905, at tbe homo of the
bride's parents, near Easley, by Rev.
J, T. Seago, Mr. Jacob Itogeraand Mies
Maude Mauldfo, The groom ia a
prosperous young farmer of Anderson
County, while his bride ie one of Pick
ens County's moat popular, young
The electric currlnt has been turned
on fro ni the power noneo of the Belton
Power Co., to the Williamston cot ton
mill, and that mill is now being run by
it. Belton will be connected m a few
days. Belton and Williamson will
be the only towns of their size in tho
State lighted by eleetricity.-Belton
A. H. Wells has tendered hiB resig
nation as auditor of the Bine Ridge
Railway, to take effect on the 24th
inst., and will return to his old home
in Greenville, wherw hw has accepted a
position with the Rational' Bank. C.
A. Caroon, Jr., tho present elliot' clerk
tn the office, will suoceev alr. Wella aa
Christmas goods galore are being
displayed in tue'various stores of the
city. Tempting indeed to the shopper
are some of the articles displayed, and
Anderson has never been so well fixed !
to accommodate the large and growing
trade of the community. Buy your
Christmas goods now and avoid the
Farmers ard hauling their cotton
here from as far aa thirty miles, and !
they say it pays them well to make tho
long bani, for in addition to getting a I
much better price for their cotton,
they . find ' supplies and dry goods
cheaper here than elsewhere, BO that
the nigh price paid for cotton also
means a great deal to'our merchants.
Hov. M. H. Major, fornieriy ol An
derson County bot wht> is now a mem
ber of tbe M. E. Confereoce?.Scuth, in
Texas, has just been transferred to
Cranbury, Texas, from Santa Anna,
Texas, where b? ! has been laboring for
the past three years. His many friends
ni this county will join un in wishing
him much success in hie now field of
Last Saturday Will Cbamblee, a
negro convict serving, a five-year sen
tence on * ho county chaingan^v made
his escape while working on tho public
road near Fiat Rock,Chorch, and car-.
i ried off one of Che county's mules tritii
' him. A reward of $50 will be paid for
his? capture. A* posse started after
him and traced him. into Abbeville
county, but failed to catch him.
Married, on Wednesday afternoon.
November 20, 1005, at tho manse of the
First Preaby terian Church in this city,
by Hov, 3. i?. Cartledge, Mr. .George
McConnell, of Tull ahorna, Tenn., and
??P3 Lucy Gilmpr. second daughter of
J. J, Gflmer. of this city. -The groom
. was a m o m ber pf the Anderson base
? Vail team several years ago, and while
!aero mot lita bride, w ho iv.auo of our
most excellent young ladies^; . f
The Livonia (Sk) Tim?s," o* the 1st
: inst, says: **A new railroad is being
disenssed now . from tho Seaboard of
South Georgia to the Bine Ridge ,in
South Carolina, through tho coutitieo
Of Glascock, MeDuffle, Wilkes, Elbert :
and Hart is Georgia, and Anderson
and Greenville in South Carolina.
Thin, it ia claimed, waa the ultimate
end ia vlow in the consolidation of t?e
Stillmoro Air Lino and tho Damien &
'-. Mrs: Jane Thompson, relict ot the
law B: T. Thompson, died at t ho homo
Of hereon, Robert Thompson, in Gar
vin .Townshiv, last Thursday, 80th
ult., in the 8fst year of her age. On,
the day.follbwli?g ihe r*mams^wer?J
interred at Sharon Methodist Church.
For a namber of years the, deceased
was A VDatron in the Columbia Female
. College, and h aa many ir len da thr ana h -
ont the State who will long- cherish
her memory. . '"IwW^fP^^
r- j Emery Watkins, son of J. N. Wot
At thia season, when nearly all the
crops have beso converted into cash, a
great n nm ber of oe. s have sumo
money left over a (tel ..vying all in
debtedness. While tl i majority act
wisely by Jopositing thin surplus
money iu bank for sato keeping, some
nido it away in a stocking, drawer or
old trunk where tho burglar ia Hubie
to get it or thc building hum und
destroy it. If yon have n few dollars
that you do not need form the habit
of depositing it in thu bank. There it
is absolutely ente-iu your home or ou
your person it is not safe.
Mrs. I. T. Uatentine. who formerly
lived here, lins boen' left a fortune in u
peculiar mauuer. It seema tliut an
old lady iu Little Rock. Ark., put in
tho State an advertisement asking for
Mrs. Ballentine's address. Mrs. Bal
lentine's son-in-law, Mr. Bernis, who
works in tho Columbia Post?nico, saw
it and noti?ed Alic. Baleutine, who
now lives in Laurens. Mrs. Bullentine
loft at once for Little Kock. The
peculiar part of the whole business ia
that while in Columbia Fair Week a
Gypsie fortune toller told Mrs. Ballan
tine tbat abe would shortly re?oive a
fortune. Mrs. Ballentine's Peleer
f rienda are glad to bear of her good
Mrs. Margaret Trible, wife of Capt
R. O. Tribbie, of Townville, died at
tbe homo of her son, R. M. Tribbie, at
Seneca, last Wutul ay, after an illness
of several mouthe, aged 77 years. Tho
remains were carried to Little River
Church, in Abboville County, on Mon
day and interred, Kev. W. B. Hawk
ins conducting tho funeral services.
Mrs. Tribbie was a moat estimable,
Christian woman, and bad long been a
devoted and active member of the
Baptist Church. She leaves nine chil
dren, one of whom is Mrs. G. N.e.
Bolenoon, of this city, ead in their sore
bereavement they have tho sympathies
of a wide circle of f rionds who will
long cherish her-memory.
The Greenville News ot the Sad
inst., caye: "Thu funeral services of
the late Mrs. Martha Orr Patterson,
who died several weeks ago in Cali
fornia as the result of a runaway acci
dent at Ban Diego, wero held yester
day morning io Christ Church, of
which she had boen for years a loyal
and most useful member. The service
was read by the rector, the Rev. Alex
ander R. JMitcliell, and tbe interment
was in the family plat in the church
?srds, beside her?ate husband. On the
andsom'e casket woro unusually elabo
rate floral designs, some of them from
distant points, eloquent testimonial to
the "high estimation iu which Mra.
Patterson was widely held.".
Yesterday morning about 2 o'clock a
four-room cottage on West Church
street, owned by Mrs W. J. Cum
mings and occupied by John W. Cald
well, was destroyed by fire. Another
small cottage nearby, also, owned by
Mrs. Cummings and occupied by H.
D. Hendricks, was.badly damaged.
Uv. Caldwell waa the only '.member of
his family at home and he was asleep.
He was awakened by some of bis
neighbors breaking into the house
a'id. he hardly bad time to escape,
dearly all of his household furniture
was destroyed. The .firemen respond
ed promptly to the alarm and did some
good work." Mrs. Cummings estimates
her loss at about $900, ou which Bhe
had $000 insurance.
Milton Fant; a negro, who lives sev
eral miles south ol the oliy, came hero
in his wagon driving a pair of males.
He filled up on whiskey and it was
after dark before he started home.
While going down South Main street,
opposite the Brojles place, Fant went
to Bleep and hie team decided to take
a rest* etoppin ?: the wagon on the
street car track. A car soon? came
down the hill, end tho motorman*
thinking that the wagon would move
I out o? the vi ay, did not stop his oar.
The team did hot: mov?, however, and
the car struck the wagon and over
turned it, The ear was stopped at
. o?oe ?nd the crew went baok*tp iee
What damage -bad, been done= The
negro was lound under the wagon still
asleep, and ?the ; mules ?mfwagon
were ?ot injured, The segre waa
brought to lue City Hall and turned
0 ver tothe police, who also took charge
of his team. 2 The negro woo examined
and prone ?v*ed: hate audy Jhearty.
Nest toorna be appeared,before the
mayor. and sold tbat. official that he
did not remember anything about tho
collision. The mayor fined him$2.50
nud advised hita to keep ?ober when
he-sexi visited t?e city.
i.r 'i? H ?i ic-atft?**^Jt&mtktmm^**wkm? ?
PRODUCT OF ?ius. :
The product tn ?no day of the mills of
the Longman & Martins-great works lo
enough to paint e^very house and every
thing/made Of wpad In a city, with the
L dfM? Pure Paint. ... . . ' v
;,*; In : use: thirty years; several million
hoaeea painted v.-lth h. & M. i
Li & M. coato about fl.20 per gallon. .
r The L, A M.5 Palot Se the^beet and
1 cheapest, because tho L. & M. Zinc har
dMetbe L.de If. Whit?Lead,?nd makes
lt paint more surface end year for a
longer Hmo than any other paint, o -vV
L. & M. costa about$1.20 per gallon.
It only requires 4 gallons of-thUr Cele
brated paint and 8 ?allons of Linseed
Oil at 60 C?U per ?RS??OS to parnta mod
erate sized house. Tborcforen property~
owner enprb t not pay 9 1.50 p>r galion mr
Linseed Oil, which he most do when a
ready for-uso paint is bought. yr
Sold by Bl .t?. Cray ton,Anderson, 8. C.;
B. R. HortooV towqdstvllle, aO.jT C.
Jiickeon, lv?;S.-?.; ^ W. Grlmn, PtV
?er, ?*? O j y, Lw ?opper, Belton, 8. O.
If yon wish io borrow money without
delay, and without red tapa, on easy
terms eec? A. "JBh vDwnatl/ Attorney?
Ode?in; Poetonl?>e Bul(a|?g< V ; ; y
v^i?y;?o Olli?r ^ Rosier
Plow. The lightest draft Middle Bunter
in th? world; These Plows ere sold by
Sullivan Hdwv Co. :^;\p'?: )-y
?..MW . -,.<. . . : -: v. . F?neo? ...
Saved by Oyn emite.
Somotiuaee a flaming city 1? saved by
dynamiting a apace that tbe Uro can't
croas. Somotitpea, a cough bang? on so
lr>Dg, you feel aa If nothing but dyna*
mil? would cure it. '/,, T. Gray, of Cal
houn, Ga,, writes: "My wifo had a very
aggravated cougb, which kept her awake
ulgula. Two phyalclnna could not help
ber; ho ?ho look* Dr. King'a Now Dla
covoiy for Couauuuptlon, CougbB aud
Cold?, which caned l?or cough, gave her
Bicep, and finally cured her." Strictly
HoWuti?o euro ior hrouohitia and I>a
Grippe. Al Orr, Ur?v it Co'a. drng
R'oie, price 60j uno 81.00; guaranteed.
Trial bottle fiee.
MOV KY TO LOAN for houie clients
on easy torma.
Mi-ioRon & Hood, Attorneys.
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four Y uara,
O. B. Burban*, of Carliso Center, SLY.,
write*: "About four years ego I wrote
you stating that I had entirely cured of a
aevere kidney trouble by taking less
tbai. ?wo bottles of Foley's kidney Oura.
It entirely ttoppf d tho brick duat sedi
ment, and pain and ?i-mptoiua of kidney
disease dlnappeared, I am glad to uay
that I have never had a return of any of
thohu symptotOH during the four yeart
that bnve elapsed and I am evidently
cur. d to ?tay cu?-? d. and heartily recom
mend Foley's Kidney Curo to any one
bullering from kidney or bladder trou
ble." Kyana Pharmacy.
MONEY TO LOAN-A' low thousand
dollara to lend ou Laud for client?. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attornoy-at-Law.
To afford you an opportunity to have
DELIGHTFUL CHRISTMAS MUSIC
And pleasure for the reBt of the year we have made
SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICES,
Good until New Year's Day, on new
FACTORY SAMPLE PIANOS.
$125, $150, $175, $200.
Handsome cases, best quality tone and material, fully war
Two Car Loads ORGANS of our standard lines,
yours on easy terms at lowest possible prices.
GraphaphoneB, Violins, Guitaro, Ban j tis, Etc.
CoTS? to see or write us for these special prices.
THE C. A. REED MUSIC HOUSE,
ANDERSON, S. 0.
Will be found in our Store.
North side Court Square, two doors Sait of Farmen and Mer
chants Bank, Anderson, S, C. v"--':; l|i
LOOK OVER THIS tJ$^
SELECT YOU R HOWIE,
? '? i-.
O?TY OP ANDERSON.
8 vacant Lota on Oreenvlllo atrcet.
1 House end Lot on North Pant at.
-1 Honan and Lei nr. "?i?sUo at. . "r
1 .v%caut?L?tMainet.i; , r . .>$'
0 Iber Lota J n Varione ?ooalitlee. .\,
ROOK MILLS TOWNSHIP, >
100 acroa, improved.
. 160 acres, improved.
PENDLETON TOWNSHIP. E f
88 acres, with 5-room dwelling and out
let* ai'mes, partly in cultivation. ?r.\
120, acre?, two-story dwelling, barns
and necessary outbuilding*. .
rr, . CENTREVILLE TOWNSHIP; '
r/'.Ht acres, improved. . .'/. . .
; aores, improved. ?
155aere?,Improved. : -?V
800 fiorea, fine landf, well improved
Will bo'fcold tu ault purotiaaera. .
r^mmt?it improved, good state of culti
268 aore?,-Well'Improved, good water,
gOod ? wallinga and tenant houses. ,
Wm . VCORNS? TOWNSHIP .
Al aeree, ld cultivation. l%3&i??
asa Sfcod ? wellings, barn. weH
Improved, in fine state of oultivatiou--ft
good bargain. . . ::^v^;-;
: _ HALL TOWNSHIP. *
, 289, aeree, In cultivation. .
108 acres, improved.
.174 acree, Improved.; , ;.;>>. .
' ,523 acree, 5-room dwelling, 5 tenant
honsoa, barbad Sui.-well improved, good
yetar, good landa-big bargain..
. , A BDEVILLR COUNTY;
150 ?er?s, In cultivation. ;
* 400 acres, lb good B late cn 1 ti vat! on -
QCONE?5 CO?Ni Y,.,
? ; Center,TowiaahVp. ..
??f? aeree, weU Improved. .,
.?m acres, 1 tenant dwellings,
138 acres. 7 -
j 104acres,'4?room dwelling., ,,
.. ;'V ??:?*.><
room dwell* . s
i? 'Th?a?Xands are Well sitfiaied, itt good localities, convenient to ?&?rch??
t?lr| 0cftu?!^ into Email . Tracts
;jS?Bn?^#.:V^ . . ' :V .
tfo^^^ fleeme; .' ^MW?
or aeU corn? to eeo mo. . ? ^ ^ - . ;
". J^te Jk?sinew for the purpoae of fnraiobing Home*
. stowage ttoir settlora, and to help those who #a?t to
i in the bast countrV/on *sarth. . . -,
"Mmfo^^ ?p&cm&a? -8. C. -i : '.