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Shall I Insure? Has ever been a burning one. The discriminating, now, as of old, answer it thus: In the old Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company OF NEWARK, N. J. Because, its membership is composed of over .250,000satisfied men and women who insured in it in answer to its appeals to their faculties of discrimination. SIXTY-NINE YEARS OF STEADFAST FAITH in there being a large and discriminating public /that would patron ire only the best company has enabled the Mutual Benefit to achieve iU pr?sent magnificent proportion?, without sacrifice of its traditional business ideals, which cntit.'< it to distinction, and1 upon which it seeks patronage. IT IS THE BEST COMPANY because bound to thrifty methods of management W low rates, high surrender values and large annual dividends; because its liberal policy co?\*ract? contain special and peculiar advantages which it is the prerogative of a company of manure age and slowly hoarded experience to write; because our coirpetitors class it as second besi and it is a' maxim that "those to whom everyone allows Ute second place have an undoubted title to the first. IF YOU WANT SECURE INSURANCE for its own sake, in a company which has gone strength to strength, and h as a record which its management will have a pride in maintaining, is aure in the MUTUAL BENEFIT THE CONSERVATISM AND STRENGTH OF the Mutual Benefit have influenced many letters of personal endorsement from leading pfwesional men and women throughout the country. CHAS. W. WEBB, District Agent. JOE J. TROWBRDIGE, Special Agent M. M. MATTISON General Agent aims JL Sweaters Cloth! Cloth We have left a tew ladies* ail; 60 c Wool Dress?Goods. wool and half woolSweatere. We had rather sell these Sweaters at 25 per cent lese than coat than to carry them over. 3 only Wool Sweater fancy pattern. Coat $3.00, 25 per cent off $2.25 2 Sweaters $2.00, 25 per cent off.;> ;: .$1.50 8 Sweaters $1.50, 25 per cent SOc Children Sweaters ._25c Men's and Boys' Hats $1.00 Boya' Hats.50c $2.00 Men's Hats .$1.48 50c Kids' Hats.27c 41 50 **??'* H.t.t . < .$1.00 M-n'? Hate ... ... .79c These ar? Greet Big B 30c P&jam* Ginghams ....10c Hospital Checks.10c iShirting Percales.8 l-3c 10c Striped Shirting Chambray . . .v.8 l-3c Beys' Suits and Pants $3.50 Boya' Suits .$2.48 $24)0 Boya' Suits .$1.48 $2.50 Boya' Suits.$1.98 Men's Pants. . 79c Fine Blue Se u* Men's Pants $3.23 Dress Shies, patent leather,. .. ., .... . . s$2,4fi it will nay you and me to buy a pair of these shoes here. Blankets We have 6 single bed Blankets worth 75c per pair, cur price 49c $3.50 Wool Fleece blanket $2.23 Searchlight Matches 2 Boxes for 5c Why Pay More ? . Men's Dress Shirts The $!.Of/Kind?5a^pleaat 50c House Dresses Worth $1.50 for-. . .$1.00 Shoes! Shoes! We are the Originators of the Fa***ous 451 Sho** We will say that these shoes are for women and children and that they are worth twice the price we ask for them. We have* few pairs of la and 2a in girls 451 Vici anoes. we wfil sell you these shoes at $1.25, one pair to the customer. A few pairs of gun metal saute sixes for Misses end Gsrla, $1.37, one pair to the cus tomer. 451 for Ladies, Vies or Gen Metel $1,50. $3.50 Men'a Ties 25c Men's Ties, samples . .. 10c 50c Men's Ties, samples . . .25c See oar line of Ladies' Ties and ccQsrs for Overalls $1,00 Over*!!* for Men_89c 25c Overalls size 6, . . . 12 l-2c 5c 10c 15c Notions 1 dosen collar buttons . Men's Garters. Ladies' Hose Supporters Better Grade Hose Supporters .23c Ladies' Corsets.25c $2.10 Saropl* Corset*.98c Ann Banda.5c Laches' Veats.5c Doylies, per set of 6 . . . . . .19c We'hav?\iPi:eat.iinaii^e8;-?f odds and ends that we can't list here, all these odds and lends we will sell you at a price that will surprise you. We invite you to in spect this stock. urrass 213 South Main Street I Electric City Sparklets Item? ef lotetest and Personal Mention Catgat Over Ike Wire* less Ot* the Streets ef Audcrson. Two Teams Will Play the Rah. Tpc manager of the Anderson High School basket ball team announced last night tbut be bad closed a gamo for tomorrow afternoon with tac Haiiey Military Institute, this same to be played on the field at tho Cen tral High School on West Market street In this city.' This I? the third game of a series and will decide the Championship as regards these two schools. The first game, played in Greenwood, went to the cadets by a score of SI to 16; the second game, played In Anderson, was won by the local boys, the. ?coro bel?g 1C to 16. Tim rub will he the most brilliant game of the series and the High School boys say'that they will teach the soldier Is'tB p. thing or two about how tho game should bo played. The local aggregation was slated Tor a set-to, with Ute Westminster High School yesterday but could not make the trip on account of tho inclement weather. Music by The Second Hegt. Band. Announcement was made In An derson yesterday 10 the effect that the music for the great Bible Class parade, which is to take place in An derson next Friday night In connec tion with the Sunday School Conven tion, will be furnished by the Second Regiment band, National Guard .of South Carolina. This band is located in Anderson and is fully as good as any in the State, being superior to many. Tho director of the Second Regiment band, R. W. <Hembree, told an Intelligencer reporter last night that his men were making prepara tions for doing better than they had ever done before and that the people of the city would baye a chance to hear some really splendid music. Those who have this feature in charge feel that they Were fortunate in being able to secure 3>?r. Hembree and bis excllcnt musicians for this orcn?,on- _' first Practice Monday Sight The lirai, practice Ov the great choir of 200 voices, selected far'the Sunday School Convention, wihV.be held to morrow night. The meeting Is to be held In the Sunday School rooms'of the First Baptist church, and Mrs. w. H. Nardln. cbuirntoA of the conuult tee for the musical1 prograw ' 'ha* urged that ft very one who 'will com- \ pose the choir be m attendance, as even the .Iqss or, oei;hig|KidU mean much. " Both Prof, Low-d?h, -?tbo cele iuuuui director, and Mr ; pianist for tho present tomorrow sum* charge of the y'i&I?-. LlUlo Doing fn Courts. Only two records appeared in Magistrate Broadwell's blotter yester day and neither of these .came:-to ?rfe?. !?. K. Hit* of Pclser. wr? charged with falad rcpies?stai?on, but this case was settled out of. court by the defendant paying the costs or the case and the amount involved, which made a .sum of $5.50. The other case on the record was that of T. H. Davenport charged with dis posing of property under mortgage. The defendant had .been arrested lu Greenville and he gave bond thero before Magistrate J. B. Bonner, in tbc sum of |200 and waived preliminary' He will be tried at the next term of the Court of General Sessions for Anderson cbunty. Important Meeting Of Baraea Class. The meeting of ??? Saraca ciabo of the First Baptist church, which will be called to order at 10 o'clock'this morning, will bo most important in overy respect and the officers'of tho class are urging that every member be present. Plans arc to be made at the meeting this morning for the great ?sn's Bibic parade, which is to take place lu connection with the Sunday School Convention and it is imperative that every member lend his support and cooperation in plan ning to do creditable things for the Baruca" class. TtV K T?te Stay Be Here. . * A telegram was addressed to Prof. W. K. Tata at Columbia last night, by educational authorities of Ander son county, inviting tl> supervisor of rural schools to cou.e to Ander son .Monday and attend the opening of the new Hammond school. -While Mr. Tute bad not replied last night Supervisor Fclton said that he was in hopes thM Mr. Tuto would come and thought that be probably would manage to do so: He ?r_??S receive a cordial welcome from Anderson peo ple It be does make the trip. Back Krem (Suuuy Stale. Sidney Kay aud Roy Geer, two young men of Anderson, returned yesterday from Florida where they have been spending the past several weeks in the nleasant occupation of orango packing. Tbc young men say that tho work was a real pleasure and tlr.| , every minute of their stay in "The Land of Flowers" was enjoyed. Firm's Buyer Goes North S. R. Parker, or the well known clothing firm of Parker & Bolt, left last night for New York- and- ottter Northern markets, where he goes to purchase goods fov the spring trade. Mr. Parlier said before he left that he consid?re! ?hc outlook for tho coming year's business brighter than it had been for l'Oeie berore and that his firm would buy heavily on that prospect. r, and Mr. nuif?f, tu^.j e occoslon^wHl be ow- night an^>?!.,aer Important Session Of C ity Council. The regular monthly meeting of the "city fathers" of Anderson 1b scheduled to .take place Tuesday night, 'lids meeting or the govern ing board pf the city will be antici pated with considerable interest, slnco the question or granting the franchise to. tho light and power company will come up for discussion and action. Probably all members of council will be In attendance, to gether with a number or interested spectators. Pneumonia Is Running Rampant W. C. Barnelt, who bus been: on the jury during the past week, told an Intelligencer reporter yesterday before leaving for his home, that there were ten or more cases of pneumonia iff the Six and Twenty neighborhood, where Mr- Berpet* lives. However, air the patients arc said to,be doing | as well as could be expected and it iu hoped that they all may recover. High Official Is Cowing. Newman K. Lasser, supremo, stew ard and secretary of the Fraternal Union of America, la to be in Ander son on February tbth., at which time as wiil visit and inspect Ute local lodge. This is also tbc date for tho election of officers to serve during the ensuing year and in all probabil ity there will b? the biggest atten dance of the year when tho lodge, is called to ordci March Booklet Neatly Arranged. The church booklet, which is Is sued . weekly by the First Baptist church of Anderson, Is a neat little affair and is of much help to' the congregation of this church. At the same time It gives the outside public much information of value. The booklet contains a complete progiur of the Sunday service, together wii.ii the list of officials of the church and the various committees. Kins KlrkputrlcT" Andreon people ' will welcome tu? news lhat Miss Sadie Kirkpatrick, wirj once made her homo lu tula city. Is to return to this city and will open up a drosss-maklng establishment. HBas Kirkpatrick lived. : are several years ago, but for the last threo years has been making her borne in New York city, f ABOUT FOLKS YOU KNOW Miss Selina Crawford of tho*Long Branch sectSb. was shopping in An I derson yesterday. J M. R. Mahaffoy of Long Branch was among the business Visitors to the viij juoLcr?ajr. . ^B. F. Creamy, of Denver spent a few hours in the city yeatorday on* business. k ShocJttey of Central was I among the business visitors to An derson yesterday. Miss thai ^aaMay 0r rw.VT <waa ping In the city yesterday for e few hours. Miss Ktbel (iromUji?. otJm&x was among the visitors to the city yester. W. E. Chapman of the Study Springs section we* among the busi ness visitors to the city yesterday. L. ft Gamhrlit of P*nrtletOn. Ih.i.tn 2. spent a few, tears in Anderson yes terday. Robert Simpson, 0 welt known Piodmont man, was In Anderson yes terday. (Miss Lola Smith or tho Green Pond section was In the city yesterday for *diss Pearl Thompson of tho Moun tain Croek section spend yesterday in cityyesterday. A. B. ' Carpenter, a prominent Greenvil? man, spent a few hours In the city yesterday. C M. ?tobb'?s and ?iii?c aba, of ine Lebanon section, were in the city yes terday. W. T. Morrison of Mountain Creek was a business visitor to Anderson yesterday. Miss Josephine Kerr of Yarennes wgg 'Shopping in Anderson yesterday. W. M. HIB of Varennea was nmohg ggss Carrie McCuea, one of thw ea< 9 The Piedmont Insurance Agency Second floor of Brown Building North Main Street Gives prompt and careful attention to all k i r d s of Insurance, including Fire, Tornado, Health and Accident, Burglar ^nd Liability. Also, Fidelity, Official, iicial and Con tract Bonds. Let uur solicitor beat the Fire Engine to your property. M. M. MATTIS?N, Pres. J. W. LINLEY. V-Pres. C. EUGENE TRIBBLE, Mgr. & Treasurer JAMES L. FARMER, Ass't Mgr. Our Motto Is ?'SERVICE." Phone 305 Paul Revere Rode hard and fast, calling me a to weiid their swords.. His journey has out-lived the past. But now men ride in ~ ? FORDS ? The Universal Car. ARCHIE L. TODD ^ u; Anderson, S. C. ?. '.? ira I -?-:? < . tt7-: pable and efficient employees in the office of the clerk a'court ; Spent the Week-end in Green rille with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Clinkscales of Flat Hock waa showing is ?he city yesterday. John Tclfcrd of the Flat Hock soc tlon spent c few hours In the.city yes terday'. Mrs. A. J. Smith of Lebanon was shopping In Anderson yesterday for a few hours. -\ J. SL Long a well known citizen of -. Brushy* Creek, spent a fow Lours tu the city yesterday. *.*" '? ? k! John T. Howard of Flat Rock was among tho business visitors to the Mies F?y Masters and'SSSS Carrte' \ Howeli, teachers in tho'-Lebanon school were In Anderson yesterday. Barl Kcatou, a well known young man of the Flat ltock m i IW.u. Wnj <n Anderson yesterday. Miss Lillian Cllckscales of McLce* school wan in the city yesterday for a short, time. Adolph Majeskt and Antone Mnjos kl of the Flat Rock section were In tho city yesterday. . ' MJbb Leila Reed of sf?Loes Spent a few hoars In Anderson yesterday, shopping. > -.-^iw* >y r.-i -.v Jamcs Branysn of the. Flat Rock section was tn tho city yesterday on business. ' i h.' I I ' il m L. M. MahalTev of Urn Hopcwcll neighborhood was in the city ycatcr day. JX. K. Campbell of ttureka. spent a few hours In the city yesterday on ousiness. I R. A. Abrains of Starr was among the visitors to the city;.yesterday. fldlss Oulda Majors of Oak Grove was shopping la Anderson yesterday. V. R. Ceok, r. progressive farmer of the Flat Rock section, was In An derson yesteraay. "-stwro <* F>. D. Mulligan of Marvin township was in the city yesterday for a few hour a. J. P Little of Savannah township spent yesterday In the city on host .i^fall Graham c-f Pendleton. was In tbfe city yesterday'fief a-'few: hours. Mir?. Jack Sadler and little daugb tOr, Miss Mary, have beeb spending a fortnight lu Washington. Qu., the guests of friends Hud relatives.' Miese? Kva' and Muttio Garrison of Sandy Springs, were shopping in tko city yeitorday. Joseph Thomas of Sandy Springs, o well known planten apcnt yester day in. the city. Miss Alice Fowler of Center ville, was shopping in Anderson yesterday. William Dobbins, an , enterprising farmer of the. Fork section, was s lu the city yesterday. Mrs. A. D. Sullivan is spending a few days In lloyston,. Ga? al tbo bedside of a. sick ' relative. Ralph Taylor and Vollio Hanks of T-?rg-.Branch, were ft tin- ?iiy terday for a few hours! c?.Wrs. James bolt of the Prospect ' section, spent yesterday in Anderson. I- w j , ?w. ,w I . - Mrs. Minnie I'arr and little daugh ter, Sarah Nell, of the Prospect sec tion, were In the city .yesterday. Henry McClellan and Hurvey Me- 1 Clcllan of the Prospect section, were ' visitors to the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. It P. Hardin of Prospect, spent a tew hours in tbo city yesterday. W..D. Ballard,, g> well known Pen dlcton man, was a visitor to An derson yesterday. W. P. Emerson of Iva, spent a few hours in the city yesterday on busi ness. J. J. Baker of HichoaoinJ,Va.,-for. merly ' an Andersonisn, ;? -spending a few days la, ,fy*t city, stopping at the I!crf*jgO.";^tC^ ^;$P&r&&* .umii; ? ivliun nn? nuw i?i >'^*rt. blm a hearty welcome. Miss Altaa Cllnkscsles ha* go?e to Troy where she will bo the guest or friends and. relatives for several, days." ;i Mrs. Albert Kay la spending a few weeks in Baltimore, where she Is visiting her sister. Chas. H. Yates of Macoo, Ca., ts spending a few days ia the city on business. . , A., A. Adams of Greenville, was among the guests registered at the ChlQuola heel yesterday. Clint Watkins of the Welcome sec tion, was In tbs city yesterday for a short time. Miss Saille Thompson of the Neat's Creek section, was d visitor to An derson yesterday. . A. ?. Motors, h progressive plant er of Mountain Creek, ??a in uiq tdty yesterday on ,-hnstuesg.