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More of this style of Distributors ar espld than all
others combined. We call attention to
points ot* superiority found in the CpLE DIS
TRIBUTOR. The Wheeland t?oppe^
ly made and well braced. The wheel
cross grained, cement nailed and heidi
bolts. The feed knives have our peculiar pattern and arrangement for the
best results. The cut-oft is of improved design and is controlled by a lev
er in easy reach of the operator. This lever is in rear of hopper an$ pro
tected by the handles. The gauge is rjositive accu rate and easy to set. The
whole machine is a splendid example
s made, of seasoned timber, two-ply,
firmly by two flanges and three
Oliver Chilled Plows
.re the original* the genuine, and the best CHILLED
PLOWS in the.world. They *fg made better, theyfwear
langer, do better work ?nd more ot H-WITH LIGHTER
DRAFT, thu any other plow? made.
Uitt. of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS do aol
hastate to recommend them ta the nisjhnt Senas.
They qpeak (rom faith bom of sspenSBC*.
More good features than any other. Pressure
sPT?g in fr?nt of axle prevents neck weight on
horses. Spring on hitch takes jerk off the team.
Spring between pole and and frame relieves jaren
bf accuarte workmanship.
the driver. No axle through center of reel-to wind trash. Double edge
knives give twice the service o? single edge. Axle pins not part of knife
head and can be replaced when worn at slight cost. Wheels have stag
gard spokes and hubs have hard oil caps.
STRONG-WELL MADE- HANDSOME IN APPEARANCE.
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M . Items 3f ?merest and Personal
g* less On the Str
M?. J. B. Hess, who was here
Monday on a visit to the Columbia
Tailoring Companys offices, stated
that his company has recently put in
about 15 additional branch bouses, j
"Does advertising pay? Well, I
guess lt does. Our business last!
year Increased 42 per cent and we
ascertain lt to advertising. I will
run an advertisement in Tue Dully
Intelligencer knowing that it will
bring results." Mr. F. M. Unger 1B
the local manager.
Mr. Monroe Bannister was in the
eity Monday With his hand all wrap
ped up, end lu? said it was to keep
the cold out of . bono felon. Monroe
has some bad ~i?ropany, sure and we
trust that lt will soon leave him.
Mr. J. H. BrisBcy, who is in charge
of the mill at High Shoals, is a good
miller. How do we know? TM
proof of tho budding ts chewing i ie
beg, and the proof of the Hour is
eating the bread.
What makes Anderson county
great? It la not the gre*.* crops, lt
is not the great water power; lt ts
not the great development of ihe
mill Industry. The tiling that makes
Anderson great ls the spirit of her
great people. There was In Ander
son Saturday a splendid type of man,
one to whom kings could gracefully
bow. This was Mr. Tom J. Stucky.
who lives near tho Abbeville county
line. ?Hts grandfather., came to this
country from England, and waa mas
sacred In his home by. the Tories. He
had come on a furlough from the
star fort ai. Cambridge (Ninety j Six)
to his home!; at Duo Wost, and wss
murdered the first night at home.
Mr. Stucky himself fis in his 82nd
year, but bis locks'are but slightly
touched with gray; his carriage ls
erect, bis back as straight as that of
any cadet, and his eyes has a spar
kle and humor of youth. He would
pass- for 55 anywhere. Air. Sturt.?
was in the War of Secession, in the
lith regiment, commanded by Cal.
J. Newton Brown ot this city, who
also is tn his sand year. It makes a
young man feel that South Carolina
is something, to meet such a sterling,
splendid man as Mr. Stucky.
Mr. John T. Milford, elected super?
vlaof and resigned, was in th?? city
Monday -with bis face alt in smiles
I am out of politics and am perfectly
happy," lie "A5r conscience ii
clear and i feel good all over."
afield, before setting
Path for Columbia
nerul assembly, vail
Mention Caught O'er the Wire? ||j
?eta of Anderson.
od up Tho Intelligencer office and nf
quested that tho dally paper be.8?"
to him In Columbia for a week or
while *ho will bo down there wat-v
lng tho big BIIOW in tho Elate hou
Mr. Canfield will be a candidate !fi
the position of director of the neaitai
Koa. F. H. Shirley, member o? ?\
general assembly from Oconee ?oult
ty writes from Westminster, "Gold
luck to tho .dally. Pm m< down Ifpr
J. P. Carey haa returned to lifts
home In Pick en s following a anett
stay In tue city with relatives.
P. M. Carey spent Sunday in Si'ncfa
with his family.
W. T. Kay of Hones Path,
among tho business visitors In :t|o
W. F. Crowther, who has bein
spending a Short timo in the
with friends and relatives, has tl
turned to his home In OrangeburgJ
M. M. Crowther* of Darlington, wi
among tho business visitors In 'tl
Mr. and Mrs. ?I. F. Halley, who
have been spending several days in
Anderson, have returned to Hsrt
Mrs. Joe Acker ot Calhoun, ts
spending a few days In the home with
her., parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Mr. and Mts. J. H. Pruitt ot
Starr, passed'through the city yes
terday, en route to their homo. They
havo been visiting relatives in Flori
da and report a delightful trip.
J. E. Horton,. s> well known Rel
ton cltUen, spent yesterdsy in thc
a Ll s ?i Vera Shirley of the Robert!
j rhurcb flection, waa shopping In thc
Knox Witherspoon, who holds t
responsible position with the Geae<
ral Electric Company at Pittsburg
bas been' visiting hs parents. l>r
and Mrs. ft. G. Wtherspoon. In tin
Roberts church section ot the coun
Oliver Casey of S-ptu*,-wan union;
thc business visitors to tho etty ye*
,Mr. sud Mrs. j. II. Taiu and Hrs.
R. E. "Cochrane aro visiting friendo
and relatives at Clayton, Qa.
Randolph Hale, a well known jew
eler of G?c?3uviiie, spent Sunday In
the city-with frtendu.
ff, ? ".,.'.!'
' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. CUnkscales of
Lowndesvllle, were among th* visi
tors to the city yesterday.
W. D. Moore, a prominent farmer
of tho Pendleton section, was among
the visitors ito the city yesterday.
..Supt. Dan''Beacham of llonea Path,
was in the city Monday, having-come
over to attend court.
Ju. K. Dudley, a well known bus!-, j
ness man of f?oneca, was in Anderson
D. W. McLean of 8partanburg. has
heep spending -a few days in the
"W. H. Wood of Florence wa*
among thc guests at tho .Ch?^uoia-j
hotel yectorday. j
Mrs. W. C. Booti ot the ?rushy
t Crrek section, is in the city spending
I thia, wash With her daughter. Mrs.
Charley. Stevenson, on Cater street.
C. *?'. Garrett. F Ti fWlnannld.
Will Smith, Louis Bishop. Will Mc
Elreath, are among the prominent
citizens of FieCmont <who. were in
the city Monday attending court.
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. "nIniul4i.Pjriga?^*f .tba iifinianvUla i han?
ia among the visiting lawyers tn the
city to atteud court.
H. A. Wilds, one of Honca Path's
wide-awake and progressive mer
chants, was in Anderson yesterday on
business. He began the day right
by calling and leaving a subscription
for The Morning Intelligencer.
Charles Donald of Piedmont, was
among the visitor* in tho city yester
day, stopping at the Chlquola hotel.
J. Frank Cullen and J. W. St. John
of Columbia* ' were among the busi
ness visitors" to the city yesterday.
>Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Asbcll of Town
viUe, wore-in the-city shopping yes
terday for a few hours on a shop
\ ping tour.
air. B. O. Evans left Saturday for
New York and Eastern markets,
1 where he goes to buy spring goods
for the well known firm or.B. O.
' Evans & Cu. Mr. Evans ls very op
; titaist!? over the outlook for buel
\ ness In 1914 and says that be Intends
purchasing the largest aud most up
to-date Uno of clothing, furnishings,
etc., ever brought to Anderson. He
ti mude two trips last rall, so fine Was
- hi* bueiaess, and (hat waa something
notr Jo* oven '.thu hts. druj
ip *?. if. if. Sf. if. ip'?A^
* CHURCH NEWS *
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.je ?jp rjp rj? #j4 s^ * s^j? s^ ?Y?
3^tb.4^3Pr8t Presbyterian c!;Kr ?
Sunday mdrnlng lt xv aa ari..o.
that there remained J\ debt ?>r ROV?
rat Uu'adredi.doilarts on account'.of the
addition that had- been made last
year for tho Sunda? -school
and for the Frazer Academy.
A collection waa . taken with
out previous notice bein? given,
and over half ot thc d-jbt waa, liqui
dated at once. There remains about |
|1,!>GC to bo paid off. %
.Mew Fruspeci Baptist church ls
making good progress under thc pas
torate cf Dov. O. LK Orr. A caTd giv
ing much valuablo information con
cerning the church, itB membership,
o'llcers, etc., has just been issued.
The membership ls now 213, and thc
-<*Vf?4m is growing fast,. The ollicera
aro: Deacons-B. C Creamer,; C. P.
Hardin. Clarence Reynolds,*, W. W.
Hale and li fP. CnnipfceB; church
clerk, 0. B. Reynolds, B. C. Creamer
is superintendent of tho Sunday
Behool and L. \r. varapbeii, secretary
and treasurer. Merahcrs of the ehaiv
ity committee are Oliver Bolt. fl. C.
Creamer, C. E. Reynolds, J. M. Bolt,
WV W. Hale and L.. A. Olen. Tho
church hc\s a Woman's Missionary So
ciety that has ??one and is doing a
great work. The officers of thia so-j
ciety aro: President, Mrs. 8. Aj Wide-j
man; vice president; - Mr?. Mind |
The Intelligencer teceived too late
for ita laut issue a letter from the
Rev. S. W. Danner stating that the
members ot Bthel church would
have an old time "working" day laat
Saturday. The congr?gation met at
the appointed 'time and covered the
church by working from 1 to 5.50.
The ladies served a good supper and
li ;fir reported that If the wages were
commensurate with - the work the
Rev. J. W. Speaks of Anderson was
tho. hardest worked mun on the Job.
Hofjenjoyed^ tho- slipper.
Thc minUtoriai union of Anderson
had a line, meeting Monday noon at
the V. M. 3?\'A.,. attd was addressed
hy Rev. J J.?.F. Vines, pastor of the
Firfct Ka pt ls:
Photographer Wallaco has been!
taking pictures of Ute ministers of
the etty and \after a few days' rest
will bs ia good condition to meet his
Washington-Cokander John Fla
vel Hubbard led on board the gun-1
boat . Wilmington in Hong Kong,
Washington, Jan. 14.--Forecast:
-South Carolina-Cloudy Tuesday:
'^eaneaday: probaba fair.
When we o?er you the highest grade fuTmture and furnishings at
such small prices, and such liberal terms?*. Come and inspect oar
Check over your want list and see if some of the itmes named bolow
are riot included.
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