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The Morgan PatcQt
The frames' of all these harrows are made of the
wrought iron and steel, and are arched so th it they will
<j>a$i over^uneven ground and any ordinary obstructions.
The blades are S-shaped, each being made norn one
piece of spring steel. They cut into and lift the soil to a
of four to six inches, turning and pulverizing the grounc
cisely, like the hand spade.
For deep and fine cultivation no other harrow equals i
plowed corn stubble or hard packed soils are made loos
friable to a depth of five to six inches, and if used on Ugh
mellow ground, as shallow work can be done as desin
taking off the weight of the driver and setting the gang;
GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS
Acknowledged the world's standard Plow for Quality,
ness of draught, excellence of finish and ease of operat
Wc carry these Plows in all sizes; also a full stock of
nine tjiiver. Repairs.
The Cole Double Foot Guano^
^Distributor, No. 22
No. '?2 Ss a strong, handy, labsr-oavlng Distributor.
It has a poslUvc, chain-drive Force Feed that can be reg
ulated to sow from 100 to 1.S00 pounds to tho ucre, ac
cording to the kind and condition ot the guano.
The Double Foot sows the guano and throws two
good furrows upon it, thus saving enough labor, to pay for
Itself tn a very few days.
The No. 22 is safe, convenient, and practical. You .
n leave it standing without danger ot Its falling .over.
;a w5ll like this flue machine and you will say the pnce
is low compared, with many other machines.
GRAIN DRILLS, THRESHING M
RAKES, TOWERS AND TANKS, CR]
PLOW STEELS, HAMES, TRACE Cl
Sullivan H j
ic? ?Tte a rf^/^rxrx maim
ii an uwu jivurJ
to The ttl trill genet?.
ol did of Mr. and Mrs. R
s that was so seriously
Ml yesterday die? last night about
sod was buried this after
the cemetery at this place.
was. conducted by Rev.
' i?ll of Clemson and rector
iscopal church of this place,
reave parents received the
i of sympathy in their sore
sent from many friends who
ting thc <?<ty. or sent floral
condition is report
today. And it ls
Le out again,
try of PtckoRs wis
and little daughter,
Francis o: near' Townvlll
Mrs. Thoa, Wiley of R
spending several days this
her brother. Dr. J. S. Strib
Rev. Plumer; . Du Bose
spending s overall days In t
this week working up a dt
go to the Laymen's Missie
lng nt Charlotte, N. C., ne)
reports that quite a large
from this county will Ul
Mr. J. Q. Adams is in 1
N. C., on business thia WM
^r. J. S. Stribllng made
trip to Walhalla Tuesday
Mrs. C. H. Ellison was i
Mr. Lewin Sloan of Cha
ls spending a whlfe wlthj
Walhalla, visited his unc??,
Sloan, for a while on Mond
fog 8A?KAC-4- KIOHtVS AMI
nts of Recognized Merit !
lil Will <?>1JVJILSI<& JfV/Wl
Gasoline Engines are so low in price, cost so little
to operate andean 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.
We have for a number of years had the agency
for Peerless Engines. This is the best line of Porta
ble Engines manufactured.
4CHINES, SAW MILLS, HARROWS.
EAR! SEPARATORS, PLOW STOCKS
?st Hardware Store"
uauvsxa^ a rr su ?-araVE ST
BELTON, S. C.
B were In
;t week. He
k visitor to
r lotte, wife
! Ma). B. F,
J e LAO ct?;
o o ooooooocoocc C c
? IVA NOTES o
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A delightful dinner party was given
on Last Friday hy Rev. "and Mrs. S. J.
Hood to the members ot th? Y. P. C.
M. of the A. FA P. church. Their
guests included a few neighbors and
special friends and were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Wharton, Mrs. W. F. Mc
Ghee. Mrs. L. H. Hall, Miss Sadie Mc
Donald. MIRS Efesle Cook, Miss Hertha
McAllBter. Miss tleorgla Belle Basktn
and Misses Evie, Lissie. Alkanya and
litases Birdie Verina and Ely I ra
Jackson OT Storevllle spout the week
end with their sister, Mrs. D. A. Har
Mr. Clem M?Qhse ot Anderson
sr>ont Saturday sud Sunday here afth
Air. Clsude Masters
Creek section was ii
Mrs. James F. Sim
dren, who have been
n while left Saturda;
home In McCormick.
' Mr, James Dusentx
Spent a few honra la J
Mr. Fielder Jacks?
spent a short while 1
Mr. Henry P. Bog
the Boys' Training ?
Springs was a visito
Mlas Annie Halfaci
the guest Sunday nig
Mr. ?nd Mrs. J. C
lng relativas in Starr
art. John Reid of J
town for a short v
A delightfully plea?
At one trip tho Cole Plautcr smooths the bed, opens s furro
mix?-:, ruano with tho soil, covers it, opens ?gain, plants the se
and covers them in tho most accurate manner. The guano bel
mixed with the soil directly under the seed, feeds the plants aa so
as thc seed sprout. You get a quick start, get two chances at a c
Tlie Cole Planter plants the seed in a straight line at the eai
depth. The depth is easily regulated. Cotton comes up in a strait
Une-without hunches. It can be chopped to a stand cheaper, ct
of cultivation is less. ,
Tho seed fall in plain sight. The wind can't blow them away-no
are wasted at the end of the rows. Doesn't skip or bunch the set
-as far "ahead of the old style planters-aa the old atyle way
ahead of hand plantinga Works perfectly on any kind of land, whe
other planters arc unsatisfactory.
Kingman Stalk Cutters
More Good Features Than Any Other.
Pressure spring in front of axlo prevente neck
weight on horses.
Spring on bitch takes jerk off Loo team.
.Spr-ig between polo and frame relieves Jar on
No axle through center ot. reel to wind -trash.
. Double edge knives give twice the service ot sin
gle edge. s
Axle pins are not part c" knife head and can he
replaced, when worn, at slight cost.
Wheels have'staggered spokes and hubs have hard
Strong?, Well Made, Handsome in Appearance
.' -^?f ?srv ' '?ti
.il? ?.. ..-?.?* ?
McCormick Vertical Lift \J
Thrown Out of Gear Automatically When the
Cottar Bar is Raised. A Great Advan
tage on Rongji or Stumpy Ground
The McCormick vertical lift mower has been 4s
.dgned for cutting on rough and stumpy ground?
vVero a regular lift mower could not be used te
The McCormick vertical lift mower will cut grass
sucessfully In any place where the machine can ba
drawn by horses, and lt will do good work under
conditions where an ordinary machine Could not be
ANDERSON, S. C.
"The Hom? of G
of tho Mountain
i town . a few
pson snd v ?buV
v isl Ung here for
t, for their new
?rv of Anderson
town Monday an
n of Storovlile
icro hut week
gs. principal et
k&pol ot Glenn
r bere Saturday
re of Starr was
ht of Miss Lola
? are visit
tile waa in
and very on
Joyaolo spend the day party waa given
yesterday by Mrs. J. D. Wilson at her
hcwio'on East Pront.streot. Those In
v"?? ai w?ro: Rev. and Mrs. Clotfelter
tuid Mr?.. Gordon Speer of Lowndes
vllle; RoV. and Mrs. J. It McRee. Mr.
and Mrs. Lem Reid, Miss E. T. Jack
son and Mles Winnie Feld.
:.'riM< "Ban Allen of Anderson was
among the business tflsltora here to
Rev. H. W. Stone ?f Anderson
spent Sunday bight in town and Mon
day morning conducted the opening
exercises of the Iva b|gh school.
Mrf R. S, Yeargin .entertained a
number of her friends with a speu44
tho day party on last Friday, the oc
casion being thcuiath birthday of her
old son, cecil.
Mr. Alfred Moore, president of tb*
Jackson nillla, waa hare yesterday
for a fow (f ours on bnalner^i.
Mrs. Clhtoa D. Coleman ' lett yes
terday for Lebanon where she goer}
to bvpretint at the Smith-Breaksea
MTS THAT EVERY FARWER HEEDS
If anything human can be called' porfect, hore at las: la the
perfect seed dropper.
You can see what you are doing ovory 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.each seed ls done by Nature's great law
of gravitation. The slanting piste forcea the surplus seed to
"ff fall away by their own weight Only the seed in the little
cups are carried into the spout
ne There ls no brush or artificial cut off of any kind. Illara fa
nt nothing anywhere that can bruise or injure the seed. Wita
' t sound aced you can be sure of an almost perfect stand.
Tho direct shsft. drive insures smooth running. The me
chanical construction is strong and simple. The working
ne parts are well protected. It is essy to change seed plates or
kl distance geera No tools needed-Just a moment with the
ja fingers only.
To SEE the Plain-View Planter is to BELIEVE everything
good of it To USE it is to KNOW that t ia unequalled in the
variety and perfection of its work and in ease of adjustment
Guard Rail Spike Tooth Lever Harrows
V.'ndo with 1-2 inch and 5-8 8inch Teeth, in 25 Tooth and 30 Tooth
rUons. - v<- v>(1
?Ve- select the very best Harrows of this kind manufactured.
The CoU- Unhrefv_l Guano Dbbil^ef, ric.
rh ere are many cheaply mado Imitations of this style on the mar
They hare a similar appearance, hut they cannot compare with
( Cole in accuracy of construction and quality of work they do. Yon
> sure of good value in every machine marked COLS MPG. CO.
Ve have numbera of styles ot Distributors-one to suit every par
ie for which an Implement of this kind in wanted.
Champion Spring Tooth Cultivator
We ask tho farmer to do Just one thing-examine the
Champion Cultivator, compare lt with any and every other
on the marka?.: Then buy ?hat ia. In his Judgment, the
BEST. Wo know, and thousands of farmers in every 8tate
from Virginia to Texas know, that the beat ia
BELTO?, S. C.
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NVILLE SCHOOL o
0 o o o o o oo o ooo
L.LE, Feb. 8.-In the uanal
ThOon declamations tho
t?dents were on duty the
t Misses Ino? K?BR, "Annie
ten? Mae Adams, Christine.'
mts are plannlog a public
m contest" to take place a
hence. It Is rumored that
he a spelling contest be-v
Mts of this school e;
1 at that tune. In fact a
rill be extended to one of
naar here to bo here at
rery acere this weet?. Next j
fall ot events as xt
been out of school for several years
will enroll soon with tho high school
o ? Ol? NDK8VILLK ITEMS o
afr?. Aubrey Pruitt aftd little son
have returned to their bash* at Ander
son after spending sonia time with
Mr?. Pruitt1* parents. ttrT'ahd Mra J.
Mrs .WilllaUi Taggart and little
daughter. Katherine, left this morn
ing for Now Orleans after a stay of
several months at the home of Mr. H.
Mrs- T. 8. Allan and Master T. S.
Allan, 'Jr., ara visiting Mr. and Mrs.
aP^BL-Harper to tao delight of Mrs,
Allan'? many friends.
Mr. anders. C. L. Cllnkscales hsva