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How About a Good1
Mule? \ \ \
When we say good, we mean 0-0-0-0. If
you do not believe this COME AROUND
and we will SHOW YOU THE GOODS,
and at the RIGHT PRICES. We can sell
you just as cheap as any one, and if you give
us a trial we will prove this assertion.
Vfls DO NOT SELL CROOKS, when we
get hold of one, we load it on the Cars an vi
ship it away and out of the country.
We guarantee everything that we sell to be
WE HAVE A BUYER on the market all the
time who shipped us a load to-day which is
the best shown on the market this season.
We have Mules weighing from 1000 to
1200 pounds including several well match
ed pairs, mostly ma ares. GOOD SMOOTH
STUFF with lots of quality and finish.
Come around and give us a look before
buyingr YOU MUST QET YOUR MON
PRICES AND TERMS ALWAYS RIGHT
Your? for Fair Dealing?
The Fretwell Co.
s . m
undecided as to
WHAT you want to
ADVERTISE, or how you
want to advertise
Ad Man at
<f Or, if you know what you
want and haven't time to
get up copy, will 'gladly
DESIGN same/ ?hd submit
for your approval.
f An AD in
will get results for you.
greater than gold is a pair ot glasses
thai Jnst flt Don't mn the risk of
losing your sight by neglect of the
proper precautions. Hare your eyes
tested at once, lt Nature ?fe* you
wsroina of f*?u??e sight I will test
them and properly fit glasses to the
sight at a moderate cost.
Dr. M. R. Campbell
118 West Whltner Rt.
Office F*heae 838J. . Bes. 'Phon*4*8J.
Items et Interest and Person*]
lees OB the Str
College lyceum attractions will proba
bly be patronized more liberally and
that on account of the fact that the
management has boen able to secure
such a man as Frank Dixon for an
appearance ' here. Mr. Dixon is a
splendid speaker, a forceful speaker,
a forceful thinker, and he invariably
impresses his audience with his logic.
Those Anderson people ?ho have
heard Mr. Dixon speak say that they
consider him the equal of any man
who is today appearing before the
American- public. Mo*. Dixon comes
to Anderson next Tuesday night. j
It can hardly be said that Anderson
merchants exactly welcome a rainy
Saturday with open arms and gleeful
shouts, but according to several
prominent dealers interviewed by a
reporter of The Intelligencer yester
day, business was remarkably good
considering the weather. There were
a nunJbar of people in the city andi
for the most part they did consider
One lone negro, charged with be
ing drunk, constituted the arrests i
made yesterday. Remarkably goodi
order prevailed throughout the day,
considering the fact that yesterday
was Saturday, and the police officials
had little to do.
A telegram received last night by
C. F. Martin stated that his son, Wil
lis, who is quite ill at the Citadel
hospital in Charledton, wes slightly
improved. This is cheering news to
the young man's many friends in all
parts of the county and lt ls now
hoped that he may entirely recover.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Young of
Starr, spent yesterday in anderson.
A. W. Meredith of Cheddar, ?bent
yeeterdsy in the city on business.
Malcolm Reid of Ebenezer, wan in
Anderson yesterday for a few hours.
C, was among the visitors to Ander
W.4 H. Burrlas of Route 3, was In
the city yesterday for a few hours.
- Steve Mwdoek of Martin-township,
spent a fear hours in the city yester
day. ? ~
A. W. P?ltens of Eas?ey. a well
known business man, was in Ander
Rev. O. H. P. Fant of near Pendle
ton, was ia Anderson yesterday for. o
M'BS NelHe Newton and Mrs. Arm
strong of the. Union section, were
chopping in the city yesterday.
B. F. Cramer of Zion, was among
che business visitors to the city yes
(Miss Rucia Wolf of Cheddar, is
spending a few days in tho city, the
guot-L cf y?aa Era Tribbie.
Whit Smith, a well known business
man. ot Greenville, was ia the city
(Miss Annie Higgins, a teacher in
the Roberta school, was shopping in
- Li. M. Mahaffey of Hopewell,- wad
among the business visitors to the olty
Francis Shirley of the Rock Mills
section, was ld the city yesterday tor
a few hours.
salsa jessie nerran ama mass uw
lisle of Barnes? were shopping ia An
derson yesterday. '
C. D. Coleman of Lebanon, WM
nurong the r>" -'ness visitors to An
.Miss Pensacola Brnnyon of Double
Springs, waa shopping in the city
R. A Abramo, superintendent of
the Storr graded schools, was in An
derson yesterday for a few hours.
M?s? Lillian ClinkEcalea nf th?
Lees school, was in the etty yester
??ae Marilla Ewart, teacher of the
Varean es school, spent yesterday in
R. H. Blackburn, a' well . known
Spartanburg anan, spent yesterday., in
Andereon on business.
A. B. Thompson of th? Starr neigh
i box ho od, qpent yesterday ia Ander
r son On business.
W. Henry Martin of Liberty* wea
in Anderson /O&terday for.a few
A. W. Attewsy. a well known buK
Bees mai cf W,l!Hamrtou, woo in the
T. C. Snipes of Feixcr. waa among
the business visitors to Anderson
A. F. Spearman of Piedmont, was
In Anderson yesterday for a few
boars ou busioofts.
Mention Caught Oirr the WI?*,
eets of Anderson,
J. W. Rotiirock, United state, farm
demonstrator for Anderson county,
has returned from Oconee county
where he hua been spending the last
week In connection with the farm
demonstration work and the boys'
corn club work. Mr. Rothrock says
that the imprerelon. made upon him
by bis visit to Oconee was that all de
schools ot that .county are lacking in
teachers. He says that they have
about one-third ss many teachers as
J. D. Yates of Piedmont, was among
the visitors to (the city yesterday.
Mr. Yates says that the farmers of his
section are hard at work and that
throughout the entire country sur
rounding Piedmont they are .expect
ing to make bumper cropB next year.
The weather conditions up to this
time have been ideal for farming and
the planters have not been slow to
take advantage of it.
Quite a number of Anderson coun
ty teachers, in thc city yesterday, sig
nified their intention to attend the
Elate Teachers Association which is
to meet in Spartanburg on March 19.
J. B. Felton, superintendent of edu
cation, said yesterday that he ex
pected more Anderson teachers' to
go to the association this year than
i Anderson merchants are now mak
ing preparations io? handling the im
mense 'fertilizer trade which usually,
begins in the early part of February.
Those local men who handle this pro-1
duct say that they ?re expecting
great trade this year and are making j
S YOU KNOW
F. W. Bannister , of Starr, waa
among the business visitors to An
Clint Watkins of the Welcomo
neighborhood,' spent yesterday. In An
derson oni business.
F. J. SoWE-hn of'Atlanta, was among
the, bu Bin ees vt?ter? to Anderson yes
T. J. GruTm 'ul hear Belton, was
among tho business \t&ttors to tho city
yesterday.; .....;,_,. .
(Miss N^Pennen: an4(M4a? Ka?e
Shirley, -two of - the teachers tn the
Roberts a>cfcoe4?~w*r**K ha-tbe-oily- yes
Car Load of
For Sale Cheap
TWPn P WM
wy advertising to
attract your patronage
We rely upon the
quality of the coal to
DR. HARMS IS TO
SPEAK IN ANDERSON
Come? to Thia City .For An Ad
dress in the Month of
Among all the people of Anderson,
hut more especially among the young;
men of Anderson, the announcement
that Dr. J. Henry Harms, president
of .New/he-.ry college, ls coming here
to deliver an address, has created
deep Interests Dr. Harms is on ol
the moat fluent speakers in the State
and it is a foregone conclusion tha
-when be cern ea to Anderson he aril!
be greeted by a large crowd. Ht
del* v? red the Elk's memorial oration
in Columbia in, December and it U
auld to have been a most beautiful ad'
Dr. Harms is a speaker well known
and always popular with men. He li
a young man of splendid Intellect
clean cut, vigorous and always at
tractive. He brings a message o
helpfulness 4o those who are try in?
to solve the questions of the times
He ls ? student of men and affaire
During his mlnitf.ry in Virginia hi
? rallied around -him men ' who dh
much for. the cause of Chrlsttsnit]
and the result of their labors -vai
seen in that section. He ls a bli
man, a liberal man, a human man, i
Christian man, and with this he is i
When Dr. Harms assumed' the pres
i don cy o! Newberry college he wai
the youngest president that thc inst!
tution had ever had and since tha
timo ne ha? more than Justified thi
faith reposed in htm by tho trustee
of that college.
Every ' young mau in Andersoi
should hear the messago which Dr
Harms will have to deliver when hi
comej to this city. It will he wol
-worth hearing in every respect and 1
is hoped that ho will be greeted ben
by an audience worthy of the spesk
Investigators of Judge Speer Go?
Macon, Os, Jan. 24.-Invertrgatioi
of charges of official misconduct OJ
Che part of Federal Judge Km or;
?ipeer. of the southern district a
'Georgia, today waa rraneefred to Sa
vt?nnah, Ca., whefo they will be re
sumed Monday morning. Many Lm
?portant witnesses yet remain to b
heard. Members of tho sub-commit
tee of the houso corri hitteo on judi
olary, who aro conducting the lnvea
?tlgatica. today bald that it prebabl;
.would require another week to com
plete their work.
Today's cession was marked by an
other dramatic outburst of Indigna
tdon from Judge Speer, who yest?r
day interrupted the toctnxxray of Uni
ted States District Attorney Aloran
der Akerman. This morning whet
R. Colton Lewis, special examiner to
the department of justice, who mad
the. report upon (which the charge
against Judge Speer largely ar
baaed, chanted that the accru ?fd jur
lat had shown favoritism to A. H
Heyward, his son-in-law, in case
involving fees, Judge Speer sprang ti
his feet and exclaimed: "I hav
been defamed as no other judge eve
was. I aak this committee to see ti
ft that all the facts are brought oui
so that the pntblic may. understand.
At the * afternoon session. Georg
P. White, marshal in Judge Speer'
?cart for twenty-five years, deni ex
that the judge ever had Inst ru ct ei
him to "keep a jury walking," so the
a mistrial might be orr"-red. Test!
mon y to this effect had previousl:
been presented to tho committee bj
Mr. Lewie, department of JusUd
examiner, today rezd a Hat of bank
ruptcy osaes in which foe? bad beet
peed to A. H. Heyward, or to thi
firm of Talley & Heyward.
The Hst contained more than fort:
cases. In all of them fees hsd beet
either paid to Heywesd or Talley in
dividually or to the Oran of Talle?
\i Savers, ether witnesses appeared t<
testify to minor points which thi
<-ommtttee desired cleared up. Thi
<x mm ?Ateo will lcava here Sunda:
night for Savannah.
I will sell ?i public sale to the
highest bidder at my place on Thurs
day, February &th. *?14. at 10 o'clocV
a. m.,'one horse, one two horse wag
on with gear, bridles, coUars, etc.,
A portion of my farming tools, also,
corn, fodder, peayine hay, stover and
EL C. KEYS,
g t Belton, 8. C. R. F.D. 3.
AT IKE CHURCHES
OirvIUe Baptist Church.
Sahbah school at IO o'clock. W. I*
Bother, euperiutcn'leut. Morning
service at ll;li. Evening Benlee at
7 by on.itor. Rrv ?? tir -?cse "i?
week prayer meeting.
Preaching at Oakwood.
Oakwood Baptist church. Bundar,
school at 10 o'clock. Mr. J. P. Foster,
superintendent. Preaching at 11.30
Sunday morning and 7:30 evening by
the pastor, I .'.v. Lewis M. Smith.
Preaching at Prospect
Rev. Lewis M. Smith pastor of Oak
wood Baptist church of Ande rc on,
will preach at Pro rp cot Baptist
church drunday afternoon at 3:30
J. T. Black, pastor. "Bible school
at 10:30 a. m. Preaching and com
munion ct 11:30. Preaching again
at 7:30 p. an. The subject for the
night sermon will be "The Rapidity
of Time." After night sermon n
baptismal service will bo held.
Preaching at KL Bethel
Rev. O. L. Orr, the pastor, willi
preach at Mi. Bethel church at ll'
Rev. J. H. Qlbbonty, rector. Ser
vices for Sunday, January 25th. Feast
of St. Paul: Third Sunday after Epip
hany, 8:00 a. m. Holy Eucharist 10.15
a. m., Sunday school, 11:30 a. m..|
morning prayer and fermion. 7:30 p.
m., evening prayer and sermon. Wtd- ]
mWday 4:30 evening-prayer and ad
.St John's Methodist Church,
John W. S peake, pastor, Sunday
school art 10 o'clock, a <M. Heard,
superintendent. Public worship at
11:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Preaching
by the pastor. Horning subject,
"The Seriousness ot Believing". Ev
ening subject: ''Indifference."
Services at Hi. Joseph's.
The services at St. Joseph's Catho
lic church on Sunday, which is tbs
third Sunday after EPiohany. Sun
j day ecnool at 10 a. m. High Mass and
f sermon at ll a. m. Sermon and bsmo
, diction at 4 p. nv Rev. Father Duff
will o mela to at these .actrices.
Central Presbyterian. Church.
D. Witherspoon Dodge, pastor. Scr
1 vices for Sunday. January 25, as fol
i lows: Sunday school at 10.00 o'clock.
Mr. W. S. Ramrjey, -aUpeTlntendent.
Morning worshtp at 11:30. Subject of
sermon: "Called to tUvo a World".
Evening wiorjsV--? nt ?.30. Subject of
sermon: "Saved by Grace." Meet
ing of session at 11.00 o'clock.
s".i5 Teachers' prayer- meeting. : I
10 SaLbcJth school. Dr. A. L. j
Sm* thors, sept.
11:20 Public worEhip. Sermon by j
the pastor, John F. .Vinos, subject:
4. Sunbeams will meet. Subject ot j
meeting: "Adoniram and Ana Has
sel tine Judson." . s
4. Y. M. A. -?ill meet. All the
meakers are requested to bring for-|
oign mission offering.
6:30 B. Y. P. U,
7.30 evening worahtp. Subject]
"The Great Contrsrt."
IN THE HOIIRE.
! Cljocial Cbr-r- .7^d:ace.*
.1 Columi'.a, 24.---For the Woys
gi and Mc ns ctn millee, Mr. Liles, of
.j Orangi^-rr;, ri '.- ", 'od a untfllnvnyy.
' ly f ave rab te report on the Lurcrikia
joint resolution providing forthe co
ordination of thc college for women
with the university.
The house received two special
messages from th* governor Satur
day morning. One' of the messages
recommended that no Confederate v?t
?ran be allowed to suffer for want of
a pension and commended the maa
a agement of the Confederate Home in
r Columbia, at the esme time intim?t
o lng that there are too many salaried
a people at the home who get too much
e of the ma Intal nance appropriation.
The second mjusacn r?lniAd tn th?
[,| teaching ot negroes by white people.
The schools st St Helena island and
o ai Tort Royal were referred to in the
-, message, but no specific allegations
r were made about them. The gover
o nor said he did not have sufficient in
iforrnatlon to prefer the charges the
white people aro teaching negroes Iq
these schools. A. D. O.
??Jf a ? ? * * $ * * * ?
* CONGRESS SCJOEABY. *
Washington. Jan. 24.-The day in
congress waa spent aa follows:
Mat st noon.
Passed Ahufira railroad bill after
several boura' debate.
Met at noon.
Passed postofftce expropriation
Kadlura healing continued before .
the mines' committee.
Railroad men urged tbs commerce
committee to report favorably a bill
requiring electric headlights on in
Reprea??ftative Shirley called up
fortifications bill and debate was lim
ited to four hours under unanimous
consent agreement when bill comes
up next week.
Adjourned st. 4:i0 f. T?., uniii
Senator Newlands introduced Inter-,
?tate tra dr commission bill previous-^
ly Introduced in house. Referred to
intorsftatQ coamnerce commission.
Ado urn M at 6:$? p. m., until noon
OF PELICAN AGENTS
Representative of the Mutual
Of New Jcree*
Mr. M. M. Meitlson, general agent
for South Carolina, of th? Mutual
Benefit Life Insurance Company, han
announced that hie annual agency
meeting will he held in Columbia on
Feb. 23 and 24. He hts chosen Co
lumbia on acconni of the hotel ac
commodations. There ls quite a big
big bunch of thc agents.
( Mr. Mallison haa had to make the
datos suit the superintendent of ag
encies of th? home office, and he is
trying to effect a change.as Mr. Fair
fax Harrison ls to be in Anderson on
the 24th. In his letter to the r.gonts
Mr. Matt ison ?aye:
"V'.s la simply to urge ey* ry man
connected wUb trna' agency to mok*
up his mind right now, and keep it
made up, to ho on hand, for wo ehall
certainly need you, and too, lt '?ill
be our purpose to arrange a programe
that will fully Justify your atten
"In anticipation of this mooring
we, of course, "want toi pile np a hie
bunin ea*, and with thia In view I
know that each of you will from this
oe put forth extraordinary efforts ;
so, unie? there ls a demand for a
special campaign, two shall not, aa
has been our custom heretofore, at
tempt a thing of this kind. Let's
therefore, get busy during the re
mainder off the month, winding up
January la Que style and generating
steam that will bring us right up to
the date ot our agency meeting with
a splendid record.
"Yo? -ill resicmfcsr v? ^ io
forego the, pleasure last year of hay
ing Mr. Foreman, ot Atlanta, with
ne, hut I haye already served notice
en htm that he ls expected to be ou
hand this tune, and, to reinforce the
invitation, have promised tor allow
him tho privilege ot doing some talk
ing. The Georgia agency did itself
.pron/! tait y??r tn ?lie matter of prv
payment?-tholf record, in fact,' was
quite' an enviable one-^md I have
asked Mr. Foreman if he will not on
tho occasion of our meeting tell us
Just how. the trick- ls done. - '!
"We, of course, would- not wish to
do anything that would mako MJ\
Foreman fool uneasy whllo. ho is
among us, but I am going to suggest
that each man be thinking over the
matter of challenging Georgia to a
contest trie year, and when wo get
together- in Columbia we can arrive
at a decision."
tor The "Intelligencer:
PU ase give , me space in your paper
t..r the introduction pf the finest part
of t??e county to your Mfcler*. Ihie
v?rt is called "Greasy Cove. * lt
took Its ammo from tho fat hogs and
felt; bread nd-'?h^amooihiiStj? .?r ?ho
Kio of our people. There ls no fric
tion In this cove to disturb the peace
cf those who Ihre hore.
The cove includes the territory be
tween Three and Twenty and Mill
wee creeks. On the north We See
the Brue Ridge mountain? ad on the
south we dee the. etty of Anderson
when we get close enough,
ri'i farmers hore are almost all
now for planting, as the weath
er has been good and we are nove?
bothered here wtth politics or any
other kind o? ticks that would pro
hfiflt the progress of farm work. Out
women ere all suffragettes ?when it
comes to domestic affairs i and caa
tSakG rpwCuc? tu?t will urake your
bones ache if they do all that they
We never have any thrilling news
to tell of this part, as there ls no
tim? for tragedies here* and we hope
we will never have any of them to
Our school at Lebanon ls doing
nar so the kids say and of course
it must b* tf they think so.
As I hare given a description of
this part, I will in future let you
know it anything transpires oat of
R. F. D. Pendleton, Jan. SS, 1914.
J. B. LevereWe of Starr, e.magls-'
trate at that point, was. among the
business visitor? to Anderten yes
"(Mrs. Ralph Watkins of Pendleton.
was Bhcrppdng In Anderson yesterday;1
lt's Just Like This
When yob need glasses yon nata*?,
ally want tee best and at a living
price. Right here ls where you get
both, as well a* tho serviez? of a
graduate Optroawtriat with twenty
twp year? experience. Examination,
DB. TicOBEABY GLYMPH
?rar Bran? Ift?r?fter *<*. *. _