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It is with grateful hearts that we return
thanks to tue Trading Publie for the very
liberal patronage accorded ns in the past, and
especially during the year
Which far exceeded any previous year in our
existence. . We will strive to merit the confi
dence and good will ox the people. We will
continue to carry in stock at all times just
>? Such goods as the public may demand at most
reason able prices. We will hot attempt to
enumerate or specialize at this time, as it is
too well known throughout this section that
ours is a large and carefully assorted stock of
tion. The Merchants '-ha^o shown in a veiy
^ substantial way their appreciation of a First
, ; Class Wholesale Stock so con veniente x
who has contributed in the least to our sue*;
Yoar? Mr??yv . j
W?DNE3DAY, JAN. 3, 1905.
THE COTTOH MAEXET.
If you have turned over a now leaf,
don't soil it.
It j'j now in order for you to make
your city tax retara to the city clerk.
Rev. Sidi B. Harper, of Spartenburg,
epeut a few dayl? lu the city last we?jK
vjt'itiij}* his parents.
Of conreo money t?lke. But to most
of na it never has a chanco to eay any
Anderson took many steps forward
in the lino of progress last year, but
just watch her record this year.
A great many Andeyeoniaas T?ko
live in other towns and cities spent
the holidays in the city with relatives
Anderson was visited by its ilrat
sleet for thia season last Suuday morn
ing. lt waa a very light fall and did
not last long.
B. E. Belcher, of Augusta, Ga., for
merly a resident of Anderson, spent a
few days in the city last week with
relatives and friends.
J. T. Branyon and family, who
moved from thia county to Texas sev
eral years ago. have returned to their
old home in the Honea Path section.
Carpenters are very scarce in Ander
son and it is almost impossible to ?
catch one idle. With the coming of I
Spring there will be a still greater de
mand for thom.
J. B. Gentry, of Columbia, who
represents the Religious Press Adver
tising Syndicate of Clinton, S. C., has
been spending a few days in the coun
ty visiting relatives.
The bill collector is now on his
rounds. Don't dodge him, but pay np
your bills like an honest man and
start the nsw year with a clean record
and a new conscience.
There is on ordinance against fast
and reckless driving on the streets of
tho city, and it should be enforced.
A few arrests 'by the police would
probably pot a stop to it. '.j
Paul Barr has opened his drag store
in the room formerly occupied by the
Davis & Daniel shoe store, on North
Main atreet. and he is ready for busi
ness. lt ls nicely f arnishod.
People who have shade trees and
trait trees that ueetl trimming, should
attend to it at once, while the sap is
low. .A little work cow would no
doubt greatly benefit each trees. ' ?
Married, on Tuesday, December, 86,
1905, by Rev, N. GTW right, Mr. Lee
Sargent and Miss Elizabeth Holley;
also on same date, Mr. C. F. Kelson
and Mies Ollie Hembree, all of Pelaer.
Prof.'-'Eogene McC?w?, principal of
the Anderson graded school is spend
ing tho holidays with relatives in Dar
lington* His friends here aro delight
ed to see bim.-Darlington New 'Era.
; The Sesr^taty of State iaBt Monday
issued a'carter to the Jackson cotton
mill at Iva." D, P. McBrayer is presi
dent and trensoier, and J. F. McDon
ald is h?cretary. The capital is $825,
000. .-. ? v; .
Married; on Wednesday. December
S?,1905, at the residence of the bride's
father, Harrison Campbell, by Rev. T.
C. Ligen, Mr. Clarence Harbin and
Miss Caro Campbell, all of Anderson
' The morning and afternoon trains
from? Columbia on the southern Rail
way have about" laid; aside their i
'schedule. They have not reached
Anderson on time in the past two
W. H. Grierson, Esq-, having re-,
signed SB United States Marshal in
this <.' city, Thomas Allen, Esq.. has
been appointed his successor by Judge
Bra w ley, of the Federal Court of this
WV R.> Osborne has ? number of de
M rabio building lota in the city and
Borne valuable stock in varions manu
facturing enterprises for sate. See his
advertisements in another cointon and
give him a call.
Oar young townsman, A: Davis
FaUti, is receiving the congratulations
of his .friends. Among his Christmas
pr?sent? his wife, presented : bim .with
twin girls.: Both mother and babies
are doing weill
V? light fall of snow visited several
sections of the county last Sunday
morning but soon .melted and passed
away. A local weather, prophet says I
wa will have plenty of it during- the ?
next sixty, days. *
thrown A. Wilson, formerly of Bel
ton, bu t who has been employed in the
Blue Ridge Railroad freignfc depot in
thia city for several mon tbs. has been
appointed, agent cf the Bine Ridge
Railroad at Pendleton and will locate
there.- ' -;.:'-',r'
A convention of the C?rinty Super I o .
tendente of Edueation of this 8tate was
held in Columbia last week, and was
attended >y Anderson County V:effi?
cient Superintendent, B? E. Nicholson,
Who took an active part in the pro
ceedings. .... -
^Chiquola irt?get^.&t Knights of
Pythias will bold ito regular conven
tion tomorrow evening at 7:CO o'clock.
Besides other important bm vi ness, the
officers elected to serve the ensuing
year will bo installed. All the rnem
bers are urged to attend. r v,,:.
Those who; old not pay their taxe*
last month will pay l per cent, pon
alty.^fiia^hthi',' If you wait ontil
February the BOBalty will be Ht per
tient. The books will close March
19th> andupvto-thairtlme during that
month tho penalty sf ill be 7 per cent.
^Mr#tho*:Ai ^tlUF?, of Anderson),
accompanied by her two attractive
?nd interesting boys. Wilson and
Dean, is visitinc har.sister, - Mrs. ?. LT
Pant. Mrs. Ratliff's is always a wel
come visitor to Walhalla, where She
baa has many friends.-Keowee Coja?
Tho post?nico, force has ..abott t got^
ten clear of tho holid&y raab/ which
they have managed to the satisfaction
^?^S^^perany, GS they bava
ielivore-d promptly the thoneanda ot
letters and Christmas packf,ges ilwt
have almost glutted (be oflioe for the
past two weeks.
Matriel, Snnday afternoon,Derem
f??J?it?V - o'clock, Mis* Vera
Millet, of Union, ?. C-. was united in
holy wedlock io Mr.WiUje?Jt?*wsoni
s? A nders?hv?&IX.Itov. L.L< Wag*
?on ; officiating^. The ceremony wa*
serforinett AV ico residence of 'ithe
Bride's parents. Mr. and Mts. Tv P,
Ktlfcr, on North Church street.-Ui f n*
W. L. Triblc, wlio has boon n sales- .
man iu tho store of Dean & Ra tl i fib
tho past year, has resigued, nud will
represent the F. S. Royster (J no I
Co., of Norfolk, Va., in this city. ?.* s
ol?co will be at tho People's I.~.,k,
wuoio ho will bo pleased to greet and
serve Ms irieuda.
At tho Atlanta 'Fair, wbich eloaed
a few days ?go, O. B, VauWyck, of
thia city, won the first prize tor the
whole Heathorn ?States on tho Hull'
Cochin chickens. Tuero were lino
chickeus therefrom all over the United
States, 'but Oze VauWyck's chickens
just simply could not bedowned.
Wo are pleased to note that in the
clmugo of ollipers for the ?auk of An
derson for tho year 100G6 a former
Walhalla boy, J. Townes Hollemnn,
becomes tho cashier. Mr. Hollcu.au
is a capable and efficient business man,
and his promotion from assistant to
head cashier is well deserved.-Keo
J/arried, on Sunday. December 24,
1005, by Kev. W. 13. Hawkins, and at
hie home, Mr. Marion Eskow, of this
county, and Miss Elleso Dobbins,
daughter of Mra. Jesse T. Dobbins,
of tilla city. The popular young cou
ple havo many friend* thr^u^hout tho
county whom we join in extending
The nogroes celebrated emancipa
tion day in the eley last; Monday, and
the occasion attracted a largo crowd of
them to the city. Led hy a braes
hand the negroea paraded through
several of the moat prominent streets
and then marched to St. Pa urn Bap
tist Church, where Dr. Carter, a uro mi
nent negro of Atlanta, delivered an
Lesser & Co. did the largest busi
ness in the history of their firm Iaat
year, and as a consequence they havo
determined to inaugurate the new
vear with a out rate salo. In the next
issue of The Intelligencer they will
have a very large and attractive ad
vertisement giving all the particulars
of the bargains they have In store foi
the public Look out for it, read il
carefully and give them a call.
The sales of liquor and beer to thc
several counties of the State for the
past year by the State dispensary
amounted to more than three million
doiiars. Of this sum Columbia bought
the largest quantity, amounting tc
$257,000. Charleston comes next witt
8227,000-Anderson 8103,000, Sumtei
$100,000; Camden, Cheater. Floren ct
and Orangeburg each $04.000; Laurent
$58.000; Newberry, $25,000 and so on.
On Sunday morning. December 24th
T, G. Krait.'i met with anunforunaN
accident nt Belton, while getting oil
the north bound train after it had lei
tho depot he was thrown ta tho ground
and both feet were caught nuder rm
wheels of a passenger car and badli
mangled. He was carried to the home
of H. H. Gee?, where Dra. Bowen
Haynie and Geer amputated ?. bott
feet. Mr. Smith is doing as weil a
. C. O. Bm rles. Anderson's new Count:
Auditor, ia now in harness and read;
to receive yon? tar returns. He wit
begin his tour of the County: as pub
liaised in another column next Wcunea
day, 10th inst, lt will be well for al
to near in mind that the Auditor i
not permitted by the law and unde
strict orders from the Comptroller
General of the State to receive an;
returns not sworn tc by tho propert:
vwoeror his authorized agent.
-At tf'nogro frolic near Iva las
Thursday night two shots were fire
into a party of negro women as the
were leaving for nome.. Ons cf th
women was wounded so seriously the
she died Sunday night. Magistrat
McAllister held an inquest Mca?l
morning, and as a result Robert?*
and Lbn Anderson, two yoong negroei
have been committed to jail charge
with the crime. Each accuses tb
other of having fired the shots.
Rey. M. B. Kelly, during bis fot
years1 residence here as pastor of 8
John's Methodist Church, endear?
himself to all of our people, and thei
is general: regret that under the rut?
o|. his. church he. ??M to bo sent
another field of ly* wir. . As he bad
go, we are all glad that he bas be<
sent to such a pleasant place aa\
know Greenwood to he. Rev. R. :
Trcesdale. Mwi Kelly's suceessi
preached his first sermon last Sunda
and the members of his congregate
are more, than pleased with him.
Mr. Ed Robertson, a well known ai
respected citizen of this county, di
last Thursday at hie home tin ?o mil
north of thia place. Bia health h
been feeble for several months. R
Robertson, was a warm hearted frle
and an honorable gentleman and 1
deathi?aeourco of much sorrow
his many friends. He was a gall?
Confederate soldier, being, a. merni
of Co. I, Orr's Regiment, and parti
Sated in many of / the. bloody batx
urlng the war< He was about
fears old; Tho. interment took ph
'riday afternoon in Church comete'
Rev. M. McGee conducting the fane
services.--Hooea Path Chronicle.
ima Bas?es ' ? 1 1 1 ? -' ?S? ? mm
Bond Anderson, the new auditor of
the Bino Killie Railway, who succeed
ed A. Ii. Wulla, now teller of tho Na
tional Bank of Greenville, hus ap
pointed II. T. Dyke, of Wash In ir ton,
ilia chief cleik, vice Chas. A. Carbon,
of Greenville, resigned. Snpurinten
duut J. Ii- Anderson hue? employed A.
B. Cauthon, of High l'oint, X. (J., aa
chief assistant in his own ollice. Su
perintendent Anderson Um moved Iiis
oflico to the second iloor of tho Brown
building on South Main Street, adjoin
ing the otliccs of the auditing depart
The Laurens Advertiser of Dee. 27th
pays: "Last night at tho Methodist
Church at Gray Court, tho marriage of
Misa Gertrude Stone, daughter of Mr.
J. D. Stone of that plaJC, uud Mr. W.
II. Acker, of Anderson, was solemnized
in the presence of a largo asseiublugo
of friends and relatives, tho ceremony
being performed by tho Kev. J. F. An
derson." The groom is a son of P. B
Acker, of thia city, and arrived in An
derson on Wednesday. That evening
the happy couple were tendered a
moBt enjoyable reception at tho homo
of tho groom.
Herbert Cheshire, who loft Anderson
last July and located in Puris, Texas,
arrived in Anderson today on a visit of
a week io his father, Mr. R. L. Chesh
ire, on North Fant street. Young
Cheshire is linotype operator ou the
Paris Daily Advocate and ie
doing like all Anderson boys who cast
their lot elsewhere-succeeding. He
is accompanied by his friend, Hon. W
N. Furey, tu? editorand owner of the.
naper, who has hoard so rnuoh abou t
Anderson and her people that he de
cided to mako us ? visit and learn
more of the '^Electric City."
Anderson County has lost another
good citizen in the death of Mr. G. W.
L. Mitcheil, which occurred at his
homo in the Craytonviile section on
Tuesday Afternoon, 2(5th ult. The de
ceased w.iB 70 years of pge, was an up
right, worthy citizen and was highly
esteemed by a wide circle of friends
and relative*. He had long boon a de
voted member of Mt. Bethel Baptist
Church, w Me? o his remains were inter
red the day following his death. He
leaves a wife nnd six children, who in
their soro bereavement have the sym
pathies of all their friends.
The pretty home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
H. Clayton in Liberty township pn
Christmas Day was the scene of a largo
and happy gathering, the occasion be
ing the marriage of their daughter.
Eva A. to Mr. W. A. Wilson, of
Piercetown, Anderson County, Rev.
D. I. Spearman of Piercetown, offi
ciating. The young couple were the
recipients of many beautiful presents
and the hearty congratulations of their
many friends in which the Sentinel
Journal joins in wishing for them their
full share of all joys and blessings of a
long, happy and prosperous lifo.
Pick ens Sentinel-Journal.
A meeting of the Anderson County
Cotton Association was held in the
Court House last Monday. B. Harrie
was called to the chair and H. C. Sum
mers, Jr., acted as secretary. The
following delegates were elected to
the Cotten Association in New Orleana
on Thursday, llth inst: B. F. Manl
dlo, -J. J. rretwell, J. C. Stribling,
W. H. Glenn, Oliver Bolt, J. H. An
derson, B. Harris and F. G. Brown.
The following delegates were elected
to the State Association, which con
vener in Colombia today: J. B. Doath
it. T. H. Burriss, F. G. Brown, B. P.
Mnuldin and J. J. Fret well.
WANTED--If you want a most de
sirable olty lot see W. It. Osborne.
AH kinds of Harrows-Disc. Splke
Tooib, ?^., are canted bj- Sullivan Bdw.
100 YEARS OLD.
A frame bouse can be kept in good
order for 100 years If painted with tba Ii.
& M. Paint about once in tan to fifteen
years. Thia ls because the L. & M. Zinc,
hardens the L. & M. White Lsad and
gives the paint extraordinary life. It
also makes it cover an enormous sur
face, BO that four gallons L. <fc M. and
three gallons Linseed Oil will paint a
moderate sized house..
L. & M. costa about $1.20 par gallon.
Jemes S. Barron, President Manchester
Cotton Mills, Rook HUI, 8. C., wrlfeBi
'(Twenty-two years ?gol painted my
residence with L. & M. It looks better
than a great many houses' painted three
L. & M. costa about $1.20 perkgalloc. ;
Seven gallons at $1.20 per gallon, or
$8,40 will paint a moderate sized house
and it takes ?even gallons Of other mixed
paint at 9150 a gallon to dolt, because
Linseed Oil sold to you as paint coota yon
91,50 a gallon. It only costs you 60 cents
a gallon, when you buy it fresh from the
barrel and mix it with L. & M.
Sold by F. 1*. Clayton. Anderson, S. C.;
K. B. Horton, Lowndetville, 8. C.; T. C.
Jackson, J va. S. C.; W. W. Griffin, Pel;
zer, t?. C ; F. L. copper, Belton, S C.
WANTED-To fell 250 to>800 city lot*,
lathe prettiest and most desirable rest-,
dence part of the city of Anderson. Lots
almost any Biz?, w. R, Osborne.
Cole's Guano Distributors and Grain
Drills are, in every way, the best Im
plement of the kind on the market. Tney
are sold by Sullivan Hardware Co.
' " ."' A'. A.?il??i ?i A A ?i A ? ift A A A Ai rfh rfth A ?? <fc ?% ?k A
J GET THE HABIT!
If THE BEST WEARERS
S* ... - AT THE - .
? Boston Shoe Store.
Do not bay shop-worn Shoes at any ptice, when you can get
. ?'< Now, Fresh and Up-to-Date Shoes at tho very least money Shoes
< can he ?old. Mfa sell only/fSoHd Leather Shoes," no matter how
M HU?eth*?price: '
* We have s very strong lino of BOYS and CHILDREN'S
: ;4 SHOES, and we are proud to state that we hold and control the
< Largest Shoo Trade in the City and County of Anderson. We
Vi^ not only sell but know how to fit the most tender feet, and there
for? we appeal to yor ?ho never tried us. Come and try ns, as
m* we surely know how tu please you; There ar? so res?7 people
"buying two or three times a season Shoea for himself and children
-:; at a bargain." Well, that is expensive-* very poor "saving
f$4 niau*" Slake np yodt mmd: Buy your Shoes in.Shoe Stores.
. Come and try us-we can convince voa.
?-\f . Agents for Lewis' A^Crossett, Flonheim Co., Boyden 8hoe
4 Co.yForbush CasWon Shoe. Krippehdorf, Dittraan ?fc Co , E. P.
< Reed & Co;, Harrisburg Shoe Co.
I THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
rt?wo doors from Farmers and Mer chants Bank.
i have without doubt the most
desirable Real Estate in the City
of Anderson for homes. Conven
iently and beautifully situated.
Destined to become a popular
residential section of Greater An
derson. I have at least
of desirable shape and size. Can
give almost any size desired. My
prices are reasonable ; my terms
are easy, if you want to own
your own home come and see me.
THE NEW YEAR will
Find Us with a Clean, Discriminating
I; and Complete Une of
Men's Furnishing Goods 2
Our line of NECK WE AB includes the newest styles and
colors-all in rieh Silk fabrics-in Fonr-in-Hands? Ascots?
and Puff Scarfs.
Colored and White-Plain and Pleated Bosoms.
All colors and sizes. Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs,
Mufflers and timbrel tas. A full line sizes, styles and colors
of the best $3.00 BAT on the market-HAWES.
See these lines before buying.
REESE & BOLT,
The One Price Clothiers; Hatters and Furnishers,
Next door to Tanners and Merchants Bank.