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Saving Implements of Recognized
Implements thjat will er>ab!e you
to Farm Economically
The Morgan PateQt
x The frames of all these harrows are made of the best
wrought iron and steel, and are arched so that they will easily
pass over uneven ground and any ordinary obstructions.
The blades are S-shaped, each being made from one solid
piece of spring steel. They cut into and lift the soil to a depth
of four to six inches, turning and pulverizing the ground pre
cisely like the hand spade.
For deep and fine cultivation no other harrow equals it; un
plowed corn stubble or hard packed soils are made loose and
friable to a depth of five to six inches, and if used on light and
mellow ground, as shallow work can be done as desired by
taking off the weight of the driver and setting the gangs at a
(?nsoline Engines are so low in price, cost so little
to operate amfcan be used for so many purposes that
every farmer should, have one. Our line is complete
and our prices pleasing.
Our stock comprises all the lead
ing styles. We can furnish just
what you want.
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GENUINE ?L5VEK CHILLED PLOWS
Acknowledged the world's standard Plow for Quality, light
ness of draught, excellence of finish and ease of operation.
We carry these Plows in all sizes; also a full stock of Gen
uine Oliver, Repairs.
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The Cole Double Foot Guano^*^.
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Xo. 22 is u strong, handy, labor-saving Distributor.
It lias a positive, chain-drive-Force Feed that cun he reg
ulated to sow rroni 100 to 1.500 pounds to tub acre,, ac
cording to Uie kind and condition or the guano.
The Double Foot bows the guuno and throws two
good furrows upon It, thus saving enough labor to pay Tor
Itself in a very few days.
Tbe No. 22 is sate, convenient, and practical. You
can leave it stunding without danger of Its railing over.
You will like tills fine machine and you will say the price
is' low compared .with many other machines.
We have for a number of years had the agency
for Peerless Engines. This is the best line of Porta-7
ble-Engines manufactured. . ?
GPMN DRILLS, THRESHING MACHINES, SAW MILLS, HARROWS,
Ri JES, TOWERS AND TANKS, CREAM SEPARATORS, PLOW STOCKS,
PLOW STEELS, HAMES, TRACE CHAINS, ETC.
Sullivan Hardware Co.
''Carolina's Greatest Hardware Store".
ERS?N, S. C.
IF IT'S A GOOD IMPLEMENT WE HAVE IT ^m^^^S
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LABOR-SAVING impi fmfmtsthat every far?ier needs
The Cole Planter
SAVES SEED, LABOK OF 05E MAN AND MULE
Plants Cotton, Corn, Peas, Reun.% Peanuts and Other
At o:ic trip tlio Cole IMauter smooths the bed, op^ns a furrow,
inix.'s nuano with tlio soil, rovers It, opens again, planta the seed
and covers them in the most accurate manner. The guano bo?ng
mixed with the soil directly under the seed, feeds the plants as soon
as the seed tprout. You get a quick start, get two chances at a big
The Cole 1'lanter plants the seed in a straight line at the same
depth. The depth Is easily regulated. Cotton comes up ta a straight
line?without bunches. It can be chopped to a stand cheaper, cost
of cultivation Ig lens. ,
The seed ' *!! in plain Bight. The wind can't blow them away?none
are wasted at the end of the rows. Doesn't skip or bunch the seed
?an far ahoad of the old 6tyle planters?as the old style way Is
ahead of hand planting. Works perfectly on any kind of land, where
other planters are unsatisfactory.
If anything human can bo called perfect, here at last is the
perfect seed dropper.
You can see what you are doing every minute with the
Plain-View Planter. Every seed passes up In plain sight
and drops Into the spout right before your eyes.
The selection of.esch seed is done by Nature's great law
of gravitation. Th? slanting plate forces the surplus seed to
fall away by their own weight. Only tue seed In the little
cups are carried into the. spout.
There Is no brush or artificial cut off of any kind. There is
nothing anywbore that can bruiso or inlure the seed. With
sound seed you can be sure of an almost perfect stand.
The direct shaft, drive insures smooth running. The me
chanical construction is strong and. simple. The worklne
parts are well protected. It is easy to change seed plates or
distance gears. No tools needed?just"?'moment with the
fingers only. 'If
To SEE the Plain-View Planter ls>o BELIEVE everythins;
good of iL to USE it is to KNOW (bat t is unequalled in the
variety and perfection of its work and.in ease of adjustment
Guard Rail Spike Tooth Lever Harrows
Made with 1-2 inch and 6-8 8inch Teeth, in 25* Tooth and 30 Tooth
(We select the very best Harrows of this kind manufactured.
Kingman Stalk Gutters '
More Good Features Than Any Other.
< .? .. :,.}. / .Mr".
Pressure spring In front of axle prevents, neck
weight on horses. ' "
Spring on hitch takes jerk off the team.
Spring between pole and frame relieved' jar an .
tho driver. >
No axlo. through center of reel to wind trash.
Double edge knives give twice the service-of sin
Axlo pins are hot part of knlfo head and can be
replaced, when worn, at slight cost.
Wheels hu-.e staggered spokes and hubs have hard
Strong, Well Made, Handsome in Appearance
i The Cole Universal Guano Distributer, No. 20
There are many cheaply made imitations of this style on the mar
ket. They have a similar appearance, but- they cannot compare with
the Cole in accuracy of construction and quality of work they do. You
are sure of good value in every machine marked COLE MFG. CO.
We have numbers of styles of Distributors?one to suit every pur
pose for which an Implement of this kind is .wanted.
McCormick Vertical Lift
Thrown Out of Gear Automatically When the
Cutter Bar is Raised A Great Advan
tage on Rough or Stumpy Ground
The McCormick vertical lift mower has'been de
signed for cutting on rough aha stumpy ground,
where a. regular Uft mower could not be used to
The McCormick vertical lift mower will cut grass
sucosBfuliy in any place where the machine can be
' drawn by horses; and It will do good, work under
condiUons whoro an ordinary machine could not he
Champion Spring Tooth Cultivator
We ask the farmer to do: just one thing?examine the
Champion' Cultivator, compare it with any and every other
on the market. Then buy what Is, tn his judgment, the
BEST. We know, and thousands of farmers in every Stata
from Virginia to Texas know, that the best Is
ANDERSON, S. C. /
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* o BELTON, S. C.
; fipccuf fo The Intrilisfcown.
i The little.child ot JMr. and Mrs.'R:
1*. Nlmmons that was ao seriously
burned yesterday dien last night about
%2 o'clock and way burled this after
noon In ibe cemetery: at this place.
The-service was conducted by Rev.
Mr. Marshall of Clemson and rector
of the Episcopal church Of this place.
The bereave parents received tho
expression of. sympathy .Iri their sore
brereavement from many friends who
called during the .day or ; sent floral
Mr. N. 11. Cary's condition 13 report
ed much Improved today. And it is
thought he will soon be out again.
The Hon. J. V. Oary of Plckens was
.y a visitor In Seneca today.
Mr. Elias Earl and llvUo Oalighter,
Francis or near Tbwnvllle wero fn
Mrs. ThOB. Wiley of Rlchland Is
speudlng several days this week, with
her brother, Dr. J. S.'Strlbllng here.
Rev. Plumer DuBose has heen
spending several days in this section
this vyqek working up a delegation to
go to the Laymen's Misslona.y meet
ing.nt Charlolf?/<N. C, next week. He
reporta that Abrite a large delegation
from this county will likely attend
Mr. J. Q. Adams Is in Hot Spring.
N. C, on business this week.
Dr. J. s. Strlhling made a business
trip to Walhalla Tuesday psf
Mrs. C. H. Kllioon was a. visitor to
Mr. Lewis Sloan of Charlotte, who
Is spending a while with relatives in
Walhalla,' vlslteu his uh<2e. Ma). 13. F.
Sloan, for a while on Monrtty.
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A delightful dinner party was given
on ln3t Friday by Rov. and Mrs.. 8. J.
Hood to "the--members of the Y. P, ?,
M. of the A. l\ P. church, i Thnlr
sntosts included a few neighbors and
special friends and were: Mr. snd
Mrs. J. W. Wharton. Mrs. W F. Mr
Qhce. Mrs. L..H. Hall, Ml?s Sadie Mc
Donald, M las Essie Cook. Miss Hertha
Me Al is ter. Miss Georgia Delta Baskln
and.. Misses, Evle, Uzsle, Alkauya and
Misses Birdie Varlna and Elvjra
Jackion of. Storevllle'spent the week
end with the(r sister, Mrs. D. ?..Bar
>,V,i?rV Clem McGhe? ; l'?f? Anderson
bpent .Saturday-'and' Sundny here with
Mr. Claocfo Masters Of the Mountain
Creek section .was in.town_ a few
hours Sunday. " *"
Mrs. James F.^Slmpson and. Jchil<
drcq,.tc\id haveVb^en*vlsltingr hero jfey
a while left Saturday for thei^'ri'ew
home |n McCormtck,
Mr. James Huscnhery of Anderson
spent a few hours in town Monday on
/ Air. Fielder Jackson of Storevllte
spent a short while hore last week
with relativtos. *
Mr. Henry P. .Boggs, principal of
tilt* Hoys* Training School of Uleim
Springs' ,w?s a visitor here Saturday
Miss Annie Halfacre or Starr was
the Rue.st Sunday night of Miss Lr.lK
Mr. and Mrs. J..C: Jones are visit
ing relatives in Siarr this week.
:.Mr.- John Bold, of Abbeville was in
towu for a short while this, w??k
joyableapond Ute day party. Wag-glygn.
yesterday by jlrs. J. D. Wilson at her
?Jiome on East FrontWrtreet: Those'ini*
vlted were: Rev. and Mrs. Clot tel ter
ahd Mrs* Gbrflon Speer at ?Xiwnde.i-.
ville*, fiov. nrid Mra, 3(#, McRee, 2^r."
and Mrs. Lern Rola, Mise E. T. Jack
son and MIbs Winnie F.'ild.
Mr. Ban Alten of Anderson was
among the business t^sltora here ,to
R?v. H. W. Stobe > or Anderson
spent Sunday.night in town and Moh
day :?orning conducted .the opening
exercises-of the Iva high school.
Mrs. R. S. Yeargin. entertained u
r.umber of her friends with a speud
the day party On last Friday, the oc
casion being the 13th birthday of her
old son, Cecil; v i :
1 - Mr; Alfred Moore, president of tlio
I .Tnckaon mills, was . here yesterday
\ for a"few hours on' business. v
Mrs. Clifton D. Co'<inan< left yes
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TOWNVILLE, Feb. 8.?In (He VisnaV
Friday afternoon dc'.anmtion.j ' the
following studentsi-,w?r? on duty tbe
past,Fridev: aliases Inez King, Annie
L?ube'tter. Mue Adams. Christine
O'Neal and Harold Ledbctter.
The students arcr planning a .public
^Declamation contest" to take place a
tv:w; weeks hence. It .is rumored that
there .. will be* a spelling contest be
tween student* of this school and an
. othor ?chpol at that time. In fact a
challenge .will be extended to one of
the. schools , near here, to be here at
News Is very Bcarc thta. week:'-Next
wee&wil*. he full.of events as many
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been out df^BtW?ol fo?' several ye?ri
|-:wUl enroll ^?on Vltp. the high school
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Mrs. A?pj^v? Rr.nitt and little sotf*1
have relurhed^fo their home at Ander
son after-Trending 8? "? time with.
Mrs; Pruitfs parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs William Taggart and little
daugb/erj Katherine, ? ?f xhls, niornr
ling-.for N'aw Orleans s;ter.a stay of'y
1 several months at the ,ome of Mr. Yl.f
i A/ Tenriaht. : '
;V,-Is1ra:-^te<5MI?a^Md Master Tv 8:
: Allan.'Jr.; are viiltlng Mr. and Mrs,
E. W. Harper to the delight of Mr>.
'Allan's many, friends.
"Mr. und Mrs. C. L.. Cllnkscales have : . ; ^
I moved in from the countryinto the
-.hoiiso;occupied hy Mr. and Mrs. G0r>