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We have Auerbach & Sons celebrated candies at popular prices.
Crystalized Cream Goods, per lb.10c
Cocoanut and Fig Candies, per lb.10c
Kisses, Butter Cups, Jelly Rolls, etc., per lb.10c
Chocolate Creams and Bon Bons, per lb.20c
Lemon, Orange, Peppermint Drops, etc., in glass jars for
5'?>ound Fruit Cakes.$1.50
1 and 2 pound Fruit Cakes, per lb.30c
If you vant the very best ingredients for making your Fruit
Cake we have it. _
Let us book your order now as wc have a limited supply.
js what you must buy if you want the very best for cake baking.
Nuts, Figs, Raisins, Dates, Grapes, Grape Fruit, etc., are
Our market will be brim full with the very choicest native
and Western meats, Fish, Oysters and Poultry.
We can take care of your every need if you will send in
your order before Chrbtmas eve.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! ^
We are headquarters for
FIRE WORKS. *
.Wholesale and retail.
. A. Po ver
SAM HARPER, Mgr.
Phone 132 21? S. Main.
/ $5.75 buys a barrel of good Flour-$5.75
Want Advertising Rates
j ^^we^^Mv^Bworda or lees, One Tune 25 centf, Three Time? 60 cents.
All advertisement over twenty-five words prorata for each additional
word.' Rates na l.UOO words to he used In a month made on appll
?;? '.'...'.... ?. ? . ?
o advertisement raken for lesa than 2S cents, cash In (.dranes.
Il your name appears in the telephone directory yon can telephone
at'sd. to 321 and a bill will be malled after Its Insertion for
NOTICE-We are' now prepared to do
your grinding of all kinds of feed
staff-cotton stalks, corn stalks,
shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price 20c
per cwt. Strictly cash. Anderson
Mattress and Spring Bed Co.
PED-?IUI more sales ladles for
issday, Wednesday and Thursday.
ice*unneesasary, will pay a
good pries for ladles with ability.
ApRly at office. C. S. Minor. 6, 10
?and 25c Store, 220 South Main St.
ii?5J?ECl'LY detained down
lor Ltlnohoon, you cannot do
'than drop In here. A light
or a substantial meal. Cuisine
service O. K. and prices lust as
as our food. The Lunch
SPRINGS-We make Auto
ings,: also' eat rt plies on short
(?e. Paul H, Stephens,
.. i. M.-....; ., ._!_
FINE FBUITS-r-Wo carry the largest
?Iml'I?m'fDnttlete .msortment in
l?e'tH^*eep *em moving. Fresh
t?I. X lt Manes, Phon J 923.-dtf,
n-ri ii' i ? i,j i " i * y : r_ .
DB. FOREST D. SUGGS
Offices 413-115 Weekley Bldg.
Dr. W. W. CklBolm
Fhono 330Jf Anderson, S. C.
SAT JUE ? BALDWIN .
Weekley Bldg. Anderson, S. C. .
titiiens Nntlonu! Bank Bldg. *
Raliegh, N. C * *
. ?"o/or'oo ioio o ob o o o o ? o o o o 1. 1 ..i,... - j
^'iu^.', - o COILERS. TANKS. STACKS,
?!$i?HF - " I ^-S&? ?Si
0 Cv I PIPE, GALVANIZED ROOFING
0.0000 00 0 0 0000000 00 LOMBARD IRON WORKS
FOR U ?'. . BENT-My house on West Thl? ?? the ?oason of the. year when
.tftosfekit** street. Sea X J. Trow- our little nephews open np a lively
flPHtij ui Clutu. W. Webb. correspondence with us and write us
i*12>dSD-3tp. letters which breathe a high regard
^^^^Kffii- ,n evory ,lne"-?n,? state Journal.
Datip?n?uelOji the office boy. Heil The really good ?elf-made mon
bs tba baa*.when you're retired. (P. knowB he's got ft lot of work atilt to
a /This is a Joke. Nobody ever ?aw do, no matter lt the job looks complete
aa oSrce hoy who could bs squelched). I to others.
P?fiE|!^??&?t V;0^M^ SHOPPING7!
1 "?n^x" |f| Hosiery * j
S KtwytealiNraCrttasteSak, Fer Men, Wa?? a?! Oil*? I
I Al* C?Mtllfi? m* ?'.bin 25c to $5.06 per pair
I Wcfc*tt-?rWitM?rtcT SoM by Alt Cood D?W?. |
, . ? 'Wiholesalo ' Lord & Taylor NKWYORX^I
* ELECTRIC CIT1
* Items of Interest ?od Persona
* Wireless on the St
IldidiiH Christmas I
Fund ls 9S8&&4. !
Tho coaling In yesterday of $2.G0
more for the Belgian Christmas Fund
raises the total of thc contributions
received here to $202.54. Tho addition
al subscriptions came from the First
Hapt-fst church, 52. and the Green
Pond school, 'io cents. The amount
raised here was telegraphed to Henry
I Mews, Of New York, treasurer < f the
movement in the United States.
. .Theatre Work.
It wu? stated yesterday that it ir,
likely the ll. I>. (?os? Sign company of
this city will he awarded the contract
fur decorating the interior of the new
'theatre. The contract will he awarded
In tiie next few days and will repre
sent Homethiug like $700 worth of
work. The plastering work In the new
theatre ls going along nicely at pres
ent and Indications point to the struc
ture I? ?UK ready for use hy the first
Fined for Not
Paying Poll Tux.
In the court of Magistrate Broad
well yelserday morning Horace Hol
lingsworth, colored, was brought to
trial ou chargea of failure to pay poll
tax. Tho law provides a line of S10
and the payment of costs upon con
viction of audi charges, and in this
case Hollingsworth was sentenced to
pay a fino of $15 or serve 20 days on
the public works of the county. He
. hose tho days.
OH the (.'?luir
And on Again,
In the court of Magistrate Hroad
well yesterday Han Hay, white, plead
ed guilty to charges of beating a
board bill and was sentenced to pay'
a fine of $10 or serve 10 days on tim
public works of tho county. Hay had
just completed a 30 day sentence on
the gang for larceny of a watch,
which he took from another man at
thc Riverside Mill Boveral weeks ago.
An ?ld Frigid.
Mr. William Laughlin, who has
been recommended for nomination as
postmaster at Anderson has received
scores nt' letters from friends all over
the country congratulating him on
his appointment. Une of the mose
highly appreciated letters which be
han received is the following:
"Ninety-Six, 8. C., Dec. 19.
"Dear Hillie: Accept congratula
tion from an old friend on your ap
pointment as postmaster at Anderson.
I have known and loved you since
the days of 1876, when you was
known as Fnrles Wild Irishman nnd
stood so close o we boys in the Red
Shirt line at thc back of Wade Hamp
ton, a high top gentleman of pure
Irish blood will stick as close to a
friend till death. Your old frlena,
"Lev/Is M. Moore."
Mayor Godfrey yesterday extended
clemency to two prisoners who had
serving sentences on the county
roads, suspending the unserved por
Hons of their terms. One of the con
vlcts, a white man, was'sent to tne
gang October 19th with sentences ag
gregatlng 80 days. H?3 time would
have been out January 19. The other
prisoner was Andrew Jones, color
who went to tho gang on Docember
15th to serve a 10 days sentence for
Invited to Speak
W. -W. Fuller, secretary of the com
mittee on conventions of the Char
leston Chamber of Commerce for tuc
pear 1915 has wrtten the Rev. W. H.
Frazer, D. D., of thia city and asked
hat he allow his name to bo placed on
he list of speakers for Charleston
or tho coming year. .
Raia ?.nd Sleet
Anderson waa visited yesterday ny
me of the sloppiest, most disagree
able days of recent weeks. Early tn
ho day rain began falling, and about
loon this turned to sleet. Within a
ihort while the precipitation turned
0 a mixture' of sleet and rain, and
his came down at a rapid clip for
1 while. Toward nicht there waa a
Irop in the temperature, which eade
he weather all thc more disagreeable,
despite the Inclement weather, there
were numbrs of shopprs in the, city
ind merchants generally reported do
ng a good day's business.
lu. Lad's Future.
Departure from Charleston of Wil
lam Thomas Truesdale .and his sls
:cr, children of Rev. and Mrs. R. 8.
rrucsdale, ls greatly deplored In mu
llet', circles here, these young people
helli; remarkably talented music,
ho p rformance ot William Thomas
m the .'totin being so wonderful that
treatcst things are expected of bim,
nusiciana here saying there is no rea
mo why he should not become one of
ho greatest violinists ot the period If
ie ?: o?i ii m-es his instructions with the
teal- he baa shown In the past, and
lits sister ls equally fine at the plano.
William Thomas has received many
requesta to play la public by discern
ing Charleston musicians, and bis mu
sical career wit! be watched with
rreafcw interest by those who have
marti him play here. Recently begin
ning leesons at the piano,. he haa
'caught apr -with man)' who have
dad lessons an entire year, showing
that hia talent la not for the violin
?lone, and friends here haye greatest
regret, that his musical education can
sot be continued in Charleaton.-r
The' foregoing will be of Interest
Tere, where William Truesdale for
nerly resided, hts father teing at the
Ilma .pastor of BL John's Methodist
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f SPARKLETS *
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J Mention Caught Over the *
reet? of Anderson *
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Took Nejfrn Hoy
Sheriff Ashley returned last night
from Columbia( where lie went for
th-.' purpose of placing in the State
penitentiary a negro hoy who was
arr? sted here several days ago on
charges of insuling a young white
girl an .?be was on her way to wor:
in one ot th?' local cotton mills.
It was announced yesterday that
tho public library will be closed Fri
day and Saturday. Hooks due on these
days should he returned not lat'
than Thursrday, or a tine of two cenTj
per day will be imposed.
For a Negro.
A petition calling upon Governor
Hlease to parole one Lee Henderson
ls being circulated in the city. Hen
derson was convicted of killing an
oller negro by the name of Perry
Oliver, near tho People's Oil Mill
some eight yearn ago. Henderson was
sentenced on January IS, 1907 by
Judge Ernest Gary to life imprison
ment in thc* State penitentiary. Re
cently the nogro was sent to the
county chain gang here and for some
time has bsen serving under guard
('arl McConnell. Henderson is In he
class of convicts known us "trifstles."
(?rlcved to Learn
Of Lady's Death.
Anderson friends of Mrs. Allie May
Liddell, daughter of the Rev. H. C.
Kennel, who preached at V?rennos
for years, were grieved yesterday to
learn of her death, which occurred
at Lowndesville, Thursday morning
after an illness of some three weeks.
She was born ut Cross lilli :I4 years
ago. a portion of her childhood being
spent at Duo West, but the greater
portion of her life lived among the peo
ple of Lowndesville. She was mar
ried to ThomaB C. Liddell in March,
IDOii. A son warr born to this union
:>u December 10 and still survives.
After the birth of her child she grew
gradually stronger but a few days
igo she developed p ie:.? ionia which
ended her suffering early Thursday
morning. Tho funeral services were
conducted in the Presbyterian church
by the Rev. Mr. Clotfelter. the inter
ment being in the Presbyterian ceme
tery Friday morning. Besides her hus
band and little son, she is survived
by her parents, the Rev. and Mrs.
H. C. Fennel; three sisters. Misses
Lila and Minnie"' Fennel of Lowndes
ville, Mrs. S. M. McAdams mot Iva;
three brotbers, Dr. J. L. Fennel of
Waterloo, Dr. H. C. Fennel of Savan
nah, Ga., and R. C. Fennel of Colum
bia. ??? ; ? ??<,?
"''I've cared for several persons,1'
she explained, "but I never loved any
one so that I would have been willing
to give up my home and work for
him. if necessary. That is real love,
"No, that Isn't real love. That is
mfctning of the . brain." -Chicago
Chanqe In Location
I am now located over W.
A. Power's grocery store at
212 t-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends for their
past patronage* and ask con
tinuance of same.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fittings, 50c and up.
Gold fillings $1.00 and up
Painless Extracting 40k:.
1 make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo
laris of the gums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first
S. G. BRUCE
Sow Is The Time to
Buy That Farm
While they are cheap.
Look over my list and
>ee if I haven't got what
One 86 acrfc tract.
One 43 acre tract.
One 82 acre tract.
One Si acre tract.
One 76 acre tract.
One 210 acre tr?ct.
One 30 acre tract.
One 65 acre tract.
Come in an? let me tell
/ou about these, they all
??ve good buildings on
H. G. Love*
ince Over Hnbbard's Jewelry Store.
REVI JMPElAi, B.D.
DIED IN ASHEVILLE, N. C.
WILL BE BURIED THIS AFTER
NOON AT GAINESVILLE,
Dr. Copeland Was a Native of An
derson County and Once Liv
ed in City.
People of the city and county of
Anderson will be deeply grieved to
learn of the death of the Rev. Oliver
J. Copeland, 1). D., which occurred
carly Tucuday morning in Asheville,
N. C., where he had been for several
months in the hope that the climate
of that resort would check the rav
ages of tuberculosis. He had been
growing steadily worse for several
weeks and friends and members of
the family wore prepared for the an
nouncement, of bia death. The funeral
service'H will be held Wednesday af
ternoon al ?5 o'clock ut OnhiBvllle, Ca.,
after which Interment will Ix- mude- in
that City. The llev. O. L. Martin, of
th?3 city, will conduct the funerul
services. It ls probable <hat several
friends of the dead minister and for
mer resident of Anderson will go to
Gainesville for the funeral services.
Native o? Conni).
Dr. Copeland was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Copeland, and was born
near Cheddar, which is between* Bol
ton ami Willlamston. When quite a
young man be lived in this city and at
one time workenl for the lute K. S.
Hill when thc latter conducted the
Alliance Store. In later years he en
tered the Baptist ministry and nerved
as puBtor of Hopewell, Neal's Creek,
Mount Bethel. Mountain Creek and
Oakdale churches for some time.
From Anderson he went to Waynes
boro, Oa., where he served as pastor
for a large congregation. It was dur
ing bis pastorate at Waynesboro that
Dr. Copeland caused the erection of
a handsome church building, one that
compare-a favorably with any in the
State of Georgia.
Served in Atlanta.*
From Waynesboro Dr. Copeland
was called to the pastorate of Jackson
Hill Haptlst church of Atlanta. After
serving there for some time he was
called to Gainesville, Ga. while serv
ing the congregation of that city ti
magnificent church, costing some
thing like $60.000, was erected,
and it was largely due to Dr. Cope
land's influence that ls wa? built It
was while Dr. Copeland was at
Gainesville that Mercer University
conferred the degree of Doctor of Di
vinity upon bim. Dr. Copeland was I
also elected a turstee of the -institu
Health Failed Him.
Two or three years ago failing
health compelled Dr. Copeland to
realgn from the ministry. He was
given a position as land end Indus
trial agent-of the Piedmont & North
am Lines. He filled this position most
acceptably, as bo was a man of splen
did business ability.
Dr. Copeland was some 40 years of
age. Several years ago he was mar
ried to MisB Elma CUnkscales, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. CUnkscales
of Due West. She with two children
survive bim. One child died while Dr.
Copeland was living at Gainesville
md it ls buried there.
Well Known Physician bf Town-j1
ville Passed Away Monday
Dr. W. T. Hunt, a well known phy
sician of the county and for years a I
-esldent - of Towhville, died* Monday j
tight at the Anderson County Hospi
al after an illness of several months
Miration. Dr. Hunt was taken to Bal
intore last summer, where he ppent !
icveral montbB In one of the large 1
lospitals of that city, In the hqpe that ]
ils health would be beneflttod. A few
?veeks ago he was brought back toi
he city and taken to the Anderson
''ninty hospital, it being realised at
be time that tho end was merely !
i matter of a few days. Death was
lue to Bright's disease.
Dr. Hunt waa. born at Honea Path 1
tome 52 years ago. He lived In the j
3arkers Creek section uptil he was i
ibout 17 years ago when be went to j
ne University of Georgia,'where ho
ook his degree. He graduated from
\ medical school In Augusta In 1890.
ifter his graduation Dr. 'Hunt went
o Townville, where he prac!'ced his
profession until failing health caused
ila retirement. He had two sisters
ind one brother, E.W. Hunt of Abbe
rills and Mesdames E. ?.. Seymour
md Thomas Cromer oe Greenville.
The remains were taken to Town
rille yesterday morning and the fun
iral services and Interment took place
here yesterday afternoon.
Some two weeks ago Dr. Hunt wael
.tarried to Miss Sallie McCarley . of |
re-wnvHle. the marriage being solem
itoed at the hospital by the Rev. W.
I, Fraser, pastor cf tho First Presby
erivn church. : - ?
Tough sn : Both.
.Patrick's face wai so hamel ju that jJ
t had been described aa an "offense
o th? landscape," and he waa
KK>r aa he was homely. One day
lelghbor mat bim and said;
"A ad bow are you. Pair?
"Mighty bad," .answered Pat "It's
it arv at ion that ls staring me in the |
"Is that so?" said the sympathetic
nqulrer. -"Sure, and lt- can't be very
tleusant for ayther of ye."- P*tta
turg Chronicle Telegraph.
The very heat present that :
little DEPOSIT, in this bank, wh
Savings accounts; and 5 per cc
cates. A Christinas present o
your children'how to save mon?
way you wish it to grow.
Delinquent Road Tax Notice.
All dlnlenquent road tax collectors
are provided with on official receipt
book with uuinbes, and stub numbes
attached. Pay no money to collectors
unless yon get the official receipt as
above provided or. * ,
J. MACK KINO,
tt County Supervisor.
Auditors Office, Anderson South Caro
This office will be open to receive
returns of personal property for taxa
tion for tim fisscal year from the first
day of January. 1015, to the 20th ot
February following inclusive.
* All personal property must be
Itemized. Real estate not returned
this year but all transfers of real
estate made since last returns shouts
be noted upon the return blank v. u
listing say on return to whom b...a
or from whom bought.
The township board of assessors oro
required by law to list for all those
that fail to make their own returns
within the time prescribed, hence thc
il i (Henley of delinquents escaping the
50 per cent penalty, as .well as the
frequency ot errors resulting from this
practice by.all means make your own
return and thereby save expence and
touble. Ex-Confederate soldiers aro .
exempt from poll tax, all other males ?
between the ages oj 21 and 60 years,
sexcept those incapable of earning a
support from being inataed or other
causes shall bo deemed taxable poll,
all trustees must get up polls and dogs I
iud turn into board of assesor on or |
before the 20th of February?
For the convenience of taxpayers
ive will have deputies to take returns !
it the following places:
Hollonds Store on Friday, January
Barnes on Saturday, Jan. 2nd, 1015.
Iva on Tuesday, Jan. 5th, 1015.
Iva Cotton Mill on Wednesday a. m., ?
Ian. 6th. 1915.
Starr on Wednesday, p. m., Jan. 6,
L915. 1-2 day.
Cromera store on Thursday, Jan. 7th,
Town vi lie on Friday, Jon. 8 1916.
. Autumn on Saturday, Jan. 9,1916.
?Denver on Monday, a: m.,- Jan. ll,
1015, 1-2 doy. ? . -
Sandy Springs .on Monday p. m., I
fan.* 11th,. 15)15, 1-2 aT?ay.
Pendleton City, Tuesday, Jan. 12,
Pendleton Mill, Wednesday, p. m.
Tan. 13th, 1-2 day.
Bishop Branch on Thursday, Jan.
Five Forks on Friday, Jan. 15, 1915.
Piercetown on Monday, Jan. 18,1915
Airy Springs on Tuesday, Jan. 19,
Slabtown on Wednesday. Jan. 20,
Cely Store on Thursday, Jan. 21st,
Wyatt Store on Friday, January 22,
Wigtngham Store on Saturday, Jan.
Piedmont on Monday, Jon. 25,1915.
Pelzer Old Mill on Tuesday, Jan.
Pelter No. 4 Mill on Wednesday, a
a., Jan. 2?, 1916. 1-2 day.
Fraukvllle on Wednesday, P. M
ran. 27, 1915,1-2 dar.
. Williamst?n City on Thursday, J
-Willtamaton Mill oa_ Friday, a.
ran. 29th, 1915.
Belton City on Tuesday, F?by.
Belton Mill on Wednesday,
L. M. Martin Store on Thi
"oby. 4th. 1916.
Hons? Path Mill on Friday, a'.fi.
roby 6th, ?915. 1-2 day. /
1 LuH c.n A ^
r foP CH?I5TMA5J
i the time for you to
rou can give your children is a
Ich puya 4 per cent interest oil
?nt on B?X nionthB time certlfi
f a bank book will help teach
2y. Bend Un- twig now In tho
Honoa Bath City on Friday, p. m.,
Feby. 6th,*, 1915. 1-2 day.
Monea Path City on Saturday, A.
M., Feby. 6th, 1915. l-l: day.
All now school lines for new school
districts must be in the hand of the
auditor on or before the 1st of April
so they can be listed in the proper
piaros. "If they fail to get in by that
time it won't be put on tho hooks
until the next year. Please sec that
your property is listed in the right
school district. All tax levies for
school districts must be in hand ot
tba auditor on or by the 1st of June.
Auditor of Anderson County.
I STATE OF SOUTH AROLINA,
County of Anderson.
M rp. Jane Kelley .
Petition for Homestead in the
I Estate of Joe Kelley.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs.
Jane Kelley has petitioned for a
homestead exemption in the person
al property of the late Joe Kelley to
be set. off to ber for the benefit of her
I self and children, as provided by the
law of South Carolina, and that on
January 7th, 1916, appraisers duly ap
pointed by me will appraise and ret
off such homestead exemption to mr
in the manner provided by law.
JAS. N. PEARMAN,
I Clerk of Court for Anderson County.
Anderson, S. C., Dec. 5, 1914.
The annual meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners for Ander
son County will be held in the Sup
ervisors ofllce in the Court House on
Thursday after the first Monday in
January, 1915. All persons having
claims against the County not prev
iously presented to tho Board are
hereby required to file the same with '
the Clerk of the Board on or by the
1st day of January 1915.
J. S. ACKER,
Clerk of the Board.
December 7, 1914.
"Study a child's character," said
Henry Ford, In Washington-. fNote
ita proclivities Then choose a trado
or a profession for him accordingly.
** "I sent, a little boy out the other
day with a quarter to make a small
purchase for me. On his return he
told mc the article 1 desired was out
of stock and handed back my quar
ter-in 'the form of two dimes and a
"This hoy, of course, is cut out for
a waiter."- Philadelphia Bulletin.
?* are specially equip
i to give you the best
id quickest service in
ire duplicated in our
own shops within a few
Ml work supervised and
Mi. Ra Campbell
Office 112 W. Whitney St*
Telephone. Connevfion. >><