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_If you have morejoats or wheat than you
need We will exchange anything we have
for'it and allow you a good priced /'
We haveseveral nice driving horses that
we want to sell or trade for mules, also
have nicest line of buggies and carriages in
the upper part of the State, which we want
to sell or exchange for good sound mules.
/' \ .
We will guarantee more for cotton to be
delivered this fall as part payment on bug
gies and carriages.
We Are The Farmers' Friend
Try Us and Be Convinced
Who paid the most for cotton last fall ?
If you don't know, ask your neighbor!
,We bought more cotton at ten cents a
poujjd^an any other concern in Anderson
county. We did this simply to help our
Let us paint and repair your buggy. We
have a first-class rubber tire outfit, use best
material and guarantee our price and qual
ity of work. This department is in charge
of an expert. Gall around and let's do
business together. We will appreciate
< Yours very truly,
X J- Fretwell
:ATTI ft j?*?*;" - ' . ' ?? .
(New Vorn Times.)
D'AnnUufTo^miiy servo in* Italy by
bis public utterances to stir-lhe mar
tial ardor of tho southrons, but ono
of iiic lessons of tho war lc England
is tbs i the best spokesmen of the great
cause are not ihe poets and dramat
ists and novelists, but the 'statesmen
and soldiers. Mr. H. G. Wells and Mr.
Arnold Bennett'will not measurably
increase their' rtjuite by the part they
have taken In 'international contro
versy. Mr. Rudyard ' Kipling under
takes on the platform to Induco mon
to enlist aneyjfslls to cursing like a
very drab." !SBhf violent denunciation
of Germany may bc momentarily satis
fying to the less articulate whoso feel
ings have Jbon wrought upon by re-,
.cent atrocious deeds,.in the same way
as the strreng language of the landon
omnibus motorman in a -street block
ade may serve vicariously to ease the
tempter of tho passenged who ls th a
hurry. But a little reflection o^er the
cabled "report, of Mr- Kipling's utter
ance showB that ft afee ts nowhere, ac
complishes no purpose, as his remarks
arc Illogical and extravagant. If his
manner of. delivery, waa aa imnas
sioaed asrsome of his sentences'he
may. have secured some recruits at
Southport, but thc ttoport of lila speech
will not onhanc^nlB reputation.
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State sou- j
George Gordon Moore.
George Gordon Moore, just an-.ved
from 1.01 ufo ii on e visit to his old
home in Detroit, made this state
ment in au interview.
. "Young Canadian oiiiccrs have been
crucifico by the Hermans. They have
been nailed to the village crosses.
The cruelties the merman array has
practised nineo the outbreak ot the
war would make any of our Indian
Wara of bygone-days look like a con
dition of Utopian peace.
"General French and I were alone,
having dinner, when word waa
brought ot tho first use of gas by !
tlie Gormans at the battle of Ypres.
Our peonlo ought to see the victims.
Burning at the stake is humane in
comparison. It only shows vbat this
country .would havo to face if thore
were war. lt ls a signal to get
"Thc valor ot thc Canadian troops
has -won for-them a placo'in tho his
tory of-Great Britain. They are
among the world's greatest fighters.
When gas was.used by tbd Germans
the 'allies' iront line wavered and
fell, thu southern troops beating, a
hasty retreat and leaving the Cana
dians all but surrendered. Thoy had
to turn and fire; ?ie ?uicr'wsy. They
'fought:, for boors and' fdught so cour
ageously until reinforcements came
that they saved tho day."
* HOY BA* AWAY
Father Is Mufch Worried, and Is Look?
i?t? For Him,
Mr. Leo Smith of 713 West End
avenue, this eity, is advertising in
this issue of The Intelligencer tn on
effort to locate bis little i< year old
son. VVlUio, who rannfway from ?me
last Thursday afternoon.
"Thc little fellow was wearing a
black cap, black coal and trousers,
waa. barefooted and is described aa
having blue eyes 'and light colored
His father states that bis boy was
in thc habit of getting on wagons and
riding to the country. He ls much
ivforried and. offers to pay liberally for
j information that will lead to his son's
R-A SPOON FOR
day. Clip a coupon
: The Intelligencer
PENDLETON ClVlf .
LEA6UE J? PU?]
"Thc Suif ff cite? Convention"
Pretented to Crowded House-j
--Proceeds For School.
I The cr?lc league presented a play,
"The Suffragette Convention." before
I a crowded house Thursday night.
The suffragetts and guests, the nn
tl-suffragetts marched through the
ball with banners flying and took,
th. : places on thc stage. There fol
lowed a most laughable, and enjoy
able hour and a half, where the suifs
I and the anti's made speeches, told
Jokes, and read ooeins. or sh or! spicy
articles relating lo suffrage., the way
I to manage husbands, and the way io
get them. The ladles **ho took v?->
aro to ba congratul?t >d ou wUr
acting, which was most spirited, and
excellently well done. Mit's "Susie
?hex po as chairman of the ct'flragotts.*
was particularly good, rihrt Mrs.
Ralph Watkins, as the old maid was
delightfully funny, The one lone man
in tho play, the hurd worked husband
of one of the militant ladies, was
cleverly impersonated by Mr. Walter
? good sum of money was realised,
which will go towards putting the
now seats in the school hall, a much
In thc very bad electric storms , a <
day ago tho lightning played in n
most curlers manner, around over '
and through thc bouse of Mr. Mays,
lt knocked thc kitchen chimney to
pieces, tore the stove pipe apart, then
scattered through the garret, poked a
hole In the ./retiing of every room,
lien slid but on the piasza and wreck- '
H?d one of the-posts. No one was
I One of thc termers living near the
river, has to row out to his barn
in a batteau. His place is water
An entertainment is to * e given
vcek after next, for the benefit of
he church park. Though tho land is
iwncd hy the Episcopal church, and
he work tb being done by the Sun
lay School Guild, the park, ls to be
?pen to the ladles and children efl]
he town. I?
.j . , : _ - >k.
iiiwimiiMiiiiiii'i.II? i nmm imf
JAMES BEWLEY WEBB
le Hen ?f Mr. and MTS. W. M.
W?bb Dies *fter Brief Illness.
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James Bewley, the 22 months old J
ttle bon of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
'ebb, died yesterday afternoon, after
illness, at their, home on West Mar
TJie little boy. had been ill only
ir weeks. Everything the physi
cs tttir s?n? loving and tender
ands could do to save tho child's Ute
ros done, but was of no avail; and
lie little fellow's suffering was ended
rhen lt* soul went'back to God.
Thc funeral services will be held
his afternoou at. the home at & o'clock
onductcd-by the F.?v. O. L. Martin,
'ho following young men will servo
s?.pallbearers: Ben Cromer. Harmon
Iciger, Charles Sullivan and Henry
Thc sincerest sympathy of the com
lunity goes out to the stricken family
i. their bereavement'. James was a
right Utile baby and gave every pro
dee of developing into a- splendid
oy. He bad endeared himself to a
umber of people outside ot tho fum
y and their grief Ot Ms taking away
The friends of Mr. and Mts. W..
:. Wenb are .respectfully Invited to
ttend the funer.J services of their
tile . son, James* Bewley Webb; at
teir home on West Market otreet
ila (Sunday) afternoon at 5 o'clock.
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MR. OTIS. ItOI-LAMD
eat lt Occurred at Andornen Hospital
The,death of fur. Otis C. Holland
.curred st tho Anderson county hos
tal yesterday morning after an Hi
lts ot several weeks and immediate
after'an operation. Mr. Holland
?a ?0 years ot age, was married ami
s father.of twa children. Before
rr marriage hts wife was Miss ???W
older, and besides her ho leaves two
illdreu, age four years and 14
onths. For many years Mr. 'Ho?
nd was a farmer of this county but
ia year he carno to the city and wa?
iployed by the B. N. Wyatt Coa!
id Wood company.
Th* fuserai servases will he con*
ictnd this afternoon at 3:30 at the
sldoncc and Internment wi il ba
tde la Silver Brook cemetery.
On June 26th, a shadow Was cast
er the bonn- of Mr. Gus McGill st
s, when tho unheard volca^MPV
om?." to his daughter, !?cila, at the
o ni 18 years, a gentle bud- which
d prom I s> of blooming into a beau
alt mit? her,
Vwenty-rtve word? ox lwc OM *
BIS Time* ILO?.
AU advertisement ow twenty-fill
word. Bete? on 1,000 worse tal
No advertisement taken for Um I
It your mane annetta ia tte tala
yow want a? to ttl and a bill wi?
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KUBSCRIPTIONH TO DAIM INTEL
LIUENCEH AT REDUCED PHICE
During the Dally Intelligencer cou
tost which closed March. 1914, in or
der to secure totes to win the cap
ital prise, I purchased a number of
subscriptions to the Daily Intelli
gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year.
In order to get some of tho money
back which I put into tho coates?,
X will Bell a limited number ot sub
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rVHEN YOU can not see right step in
our Optical Department and get just
Ithe Glasses you need. Completo
grinding plant. Syce scientifically
tested. Dr. M. ft. Campbell, Louisa
8. Hilgenboeker, asaistant, 112 W.
Whltner St,, Ground Floor.
Reilly growing'into popular
Open only two weeks, but
watch the crowds' and follow
There ls a resson for this
rapid growing business.
Our friends ask us how we
Gire us a call, and the problem
is easily solved.
Meet your friends hers, they
want to forget their troubles,
Pine Prescription Work a spe
WM. E. ATKINSON
Via Blue Ri
Quthern Railway, Premie
Valhalla, Anderson, Alston and all I
bedule and Excursion Fare?i
a B. B. ?. No, IS >..</;.
Walhalla ........ ??*> ?.au, ?4.50
West tunion.7*05 *MW
Cherrys Crossing. 0:15 ?.st? $1.40
Denver ...... ... ?tl* 4JW
Anderson ........ 8:81 4JM
Hone* rath.?fir* 84?
Donalds ...... ... 8:S7 8,7**
Shoals JuneUin... I?:1W 8.75
Abbcrib?e.3:00 8.75 Ar
*j^?iat Train Leaves CelnnMa 2:40 P.
rrr-n-ssawrr-rw- III nu mi ll.? ? ?? III
Excursion tickets wMi be s?od geing
ntloned above and will he geed return!
luding moral*? trains leaving Chariest'
Ample eoaci,es will be pro?!ded en al
y handle the excursionist*.
3ne?4 a week-ead at the ISLE O? 1
I ro* tc menin. ' ?.y'.,l^ ,J
Dancing ever? fth>.raoon tad afgbt li
NT13LUES COKtUBT? BI THE MO'
'latta If eat,*, Three TSmee M ?acta,
a warda prorate (or each additional
ba used lo a roath mad? on aopU
thaa SI eeo ta, ooah ta ad vans?,
phone directory frat ow tslspkoas
ba aaalted after tat insertion tor
BARNING-Ran away from his home I
Iat 713 Weat avenue, Anderson, on
Thursday afternoon last. Willie
Smith, aged nine ye'TB; wearing
'black oap, black coat and trousers. !
Has blue eyes and light hair. Was j
wearing tan belt and waa barefooted.
Any Information leading to his |
(whereabouts wHt be appreciated and
paid for. His Father. Lee Smith.
WANTED-One or more ladles fron?
.very city and town in the South to'
go with us to the San Francisco Ex
position. All expenses paid, special
train, twenty day tour during Au
gust, every convenience furnished, |
personally conducted. NOT A CON
TEST. Write today for particulars.
SOUTHERN WOMAN'S MAGAZINE,
PANTED-You to know that I am
still on the Job with the best-wood
and coal on the market, it you.
don't believe it try me. W. O.
Ulmer, Phone 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Cr?.
FOR SALE ~
FOR SALE-Bull pups seven weeks
Eold. Prce reasonable. W. L. Perry,
out White street, one mila southeast
of Anderson. 7-4-3tp
FOB SALE-Turo Mountain Grown
Lookout Mountain Seed Potatoes
the very best variety for July plant
ing. Furman Smith, Seedsman,
)ST-Umbrella at tent Thursday
night; bas ring on handle. Finder
please leave at Intellgencer office or
phone 361. 74-3t
SEWARD-For lost watch. Indies
sterling silver milled, double case,
gold Btem. Illinois, 17 Jewel. Return
to Intel llf^ncer office or Phone
'he MUtary College of South . Carol ina
Announced as "Distinguished "?lll
iry College" by U. 8. War Depjrt
Full courses tn Civil Engineering,
dences, English and Modern Len
Confers B. S. and C. E. degrees.
All expenses pay cadets from South
arolina 9282 a year.
Two scholarships worth $300 each
re vacant from Anderson county, and
Ul be ?lied by competitive examlna
on at the county seat on the 13th
sy of August, 1015.
For necessary .information and
t?hks apply to
COL. 0. J. BOND,
The Citadel, Charleston, 8. C.
S3 a* ' . C'a?
ir Carrier af the South
July 8-, lOlS
stermedaite points, on the teUewtef
Hodges.9 ?48 8**
Greenwood .,.lOtl* 8JW
Now Markt! ,.. ;. MiM 8<?
Ninety Six .: ....Mitt . ' 8JS
Caappells ..... I6i*5 JU?
Old Town.11:08 8J9
Wirer Street ....lltl8 S.K
Prosperity .......ll tad 889
ronarte ......... Hil? p.a* SJ&
Peak ......MUM 8*8
Columbia ..lt*? -
IL, Arrives Charleston 7ilf F. ?.
only on trains and special schedute
tog on nay regeter train rs te a*!
un Taesday, July 18? 1915.
I trata scheduled abete to comfort*
?ALBS wKh tte ?ngnLIrcst h?tela
the largest Pav?lSo? ta ?*? South.
FED XETZtrc XiLXTAB* BAND?
Aadetao?, & C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge? &
New Theatre Bunding
?BK DONE FOB TUB COol
, AND PURCHASES FOB Tfil
The public ls ?gela warned thnt i
such y-.irk done cu the public r?
the county as ls authorised by M
porrisor or one of tho Boardj
.mmiaslouers will bo paid by !
?rd of Commissioners. Tho oa
raojas authorised to b>?y uiatcri
eda, wares and merchandise for i
unty are tho supervisor, the conj
mmissiDners. tho steward of 1
unty homo the sergeants of?
sin gangs. Ali these parties 1
nipped wirb order booka ?nd Oie|
?Ht bo attached to all accounts.^
ilma net made in parsoanco
bw^TOnclitious wiii be dlsapprc
and payment refused*
-. MACK KINfl.
lune 4th, 1915.