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Pire Adjustment Sale!
Bett quality reduced to
Fire Sale Prices.
The Big Sale that All Anderson and Vicinity Have Been "Waiting For
Begins 9 a. m. Saturday, May 15th
Kvery one of yon
know the FnniouM
Regal Urn nil Muns.
This entlro linc will
fro In the?e Fire Sale
Price?. I will put out
a lot of them in brok,
en numbers, valued
at $."?.00, *| ?o und
$1.00 for, pair ..$$.48
Your choice of these
beauties for _$1.00
All Meas and Boy?
spring Strim Hat?
greatly redure d I n
Ito ?ton and
Brightons S5 c
$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
values, Fire Sale Prices
The insurance people have had their adjusters here looking after my losses and I am now in position
to advertise this great sale that you all have been waiting for so long. Having made settlement with
the insurance people I am now in position to make radical reductions on this entire stock in order to
wipe out if possible every dollars worth of goods, so that I can replace with an entire new stock. Hundreds of
dollars worth of goods that were slightly soiled or mussed from either handling or from water and smoke will go
on monster bargain tables at about ONE HALF PRICE and in many cases less than this. There is not one ar
ticle that will be offered during FIRE ADJUSTMENT SALE that is damaged so as to decrease the value to
you. What few goods there were have been disposed of and will not be offered for sale. I did not want to place
on sale a thing that was not perfectly alright in every respect as I knew that I could make the prices so low on the good
merchandise that I would not need anything that could be sold cheap to get crowds with. Everything marked with the
red tag is the cheapest piece of merchandise that you ever bought and the red tag covers every article in the store.
Large lot o f
drawers and no
From $1.0? a Suit up? I can
?how you some of the great
est Tulues ever shown in Boys
Be On Hand
Sale Bay, As
The Best Goes
NOTE DAILY ^vVINDOW DIS
PLAYS OF PRICES AND VAL
UES. TO MISS THIS IS TO ERR.
R. W. FRIBBLE
EARLY BUYERS WILL SECURE BEST SELECTIONS
But there will be plenty of merchandise here for everyone. The stock is carefully ar
ranged. Goods that are soiled in any way are separate from other goods. You can see
at a glance just the condition they are in. Sit right down this minute and see what is
needed in clothing, shoes, hats or furnishings and then come to this great fire adjust
ment sale and see that you can bay just twice as much for your money and maybe more.
Daily special bargain counters will be worth watching
Our windows will tell big bargain stories daily
I include in this sale a complete line of
Isaac Hamburger & Sons Clothing at greatly
reduced prices. Space forbids mentioning
styles and fabrics, but you all know this line.
All are cordially invited to come and see them.
to any one
Standard high grade
$1.00 Overalls for
Mens HahiHook Union
Suits from 40 cents np
All 2?c Lisle Hose
will go at, pair
All ?Oe Silk and Lisle
Hose will go at, pair
Silver Bru nd Linen
Collars, regular 15c
quality go at, each
Light Colors, Spring
and Sum mer Hats
Fire Sale Price
Mens regular $1.00
quality, Fire Salo
Mens Suits on Fire
Sale as low as, a suit
goods charged to
$ 10 for Rubber Tires
$.16.00 is the regular price. But as I have
just put in the rubber tire business I will, for
ten days, put on rubber tires at $ 10.00 per set
!i0iii??Si?*ii iPm^ rubber used. Work guar
anteed, also we will repair your wagons and
buggies at a reasonable price.
W. M. WALLACE
207 W. Benson St. Opposite Fowler's Stable
The store building on N. Main Street, recently
vacated by the Anderson Intelligeacer Job De
partment. This store room can be rented
very cheaply for the next few months. If in
terested, phone 321 AT ONCE
AN INTERESTING LECTURE
AND DEMONSTRATION IN
SCIENCE LAST NIGHT
HU Readings From Favorite Auth
ors Highly Appreciated by
o . o
o THE PROG KAM o
o - o
o Friday Morning. o
o Children's hour, Russian folk o
o tales and folk d?neos-Miss Mab- o
o clio C'onquist. o
o Le?-ture. "Canadian Writers in o
o Proao and Verse."-Wallace o
o Bruce A nt sba ry. o
o Friday Afternoon. o
o Grand Concert, Signor Pallarla o
o and His Band. a
o Friday Evening. o
o Grand Concert, Signor Pallarla o
o and ii: i Band. o
The most wonderful ??nd one of thc
most intensely interesting lectures and
exhibitions ever given In Anderson
waa that by Mr. Montravillo Wood at
th* chautauqua last night. It waa the
opportunity of a life time for Ander
son people and for almost two hours
Mr. Wood, assisted by his daughter,
held his immense audience enthroned
by his wonderful and marvelous de
monstration ot the ultra violet ray,
and the gyroscope.
First he demonstrated the ultra VIQ
let ray. one of the new and roost, mod
ern scientific discoveries
Mr. Wood has been closely associat
ed with Mr. Edison, and ranks as one
of the foremost scientists of today.
His second lecture was oe the gyros
cope, the most Intensely Interesting of
He gave many demonstrations nf
its workings and peculiarities and of
ten convulsed bu uidlence with ita
antics. On a wi across tba tent
his mono rsll car made a trip aud
brought forth a burst of enthusiasm.
Mr. Wood posessea a most attrac
tive personality, and was charmingly
assisted by bis daughter, M las Alleen
The people of Anderson are In
richten to thc Redpath chautauqua for
tao priviledge of seeing this splendid
The Daylight Program.
If the Redpath Chautauqua excells
in any one thing it is in the diversity
of its attractions and entertainment
they give. Each day is full of great
things and different things, and each
day thc audience ntgt only enjoys the
beauty of the attraction, but the novel
The speaker for yesterday was Wal
lace Burke Ainshary, andr both in tho
morning and afternoon he delighted
his audience, most of whom had the
pleasure of hearing Mr. Arsbary here
last year, with Redpath.
In the morning his subject was
"Tho Poet of the Emprie.". For ono
hour Rudyard Kipling's lifo and bis
works were given in a most if te rest
lng way. Selections from some of his
favorite poems were given in Mr.
Amabary's attractive style.
In the afternoon, he gave reading
from such popular writers a's Irving
Racheller, Opie Read and others, ali
of which were thoroughly enjoyed
Tho afternoon and evening? con
certa we rv. given by the Orchestral
Club, a charming comibnation of six
young people, all brothers and slaters,
except one. They gaife delightful
programa, using many different in
Their numbers were beautiful and
received the heartiest applauses.
Beginning yesterday afternoon.
Miss Mabelle Conqulst gave tbe child
ren's hour exercises on Judge W. F.
i Cox's lawn. This was an ideal play
ground for little folks, and a more
charming scene than Miss Conqulst
surrounded by a hundred or more
children on this beautlfu'. lawn could
hardly be Imagined.
It waa Indian day and Indian
stories were told, after which abe
played games with them.
Oakwood Organisation Meets Fifth
The Oakwood singing convention
will convene with Oakwood church at
?Anderson the fifth Sabbath In this
1 All singers and lovers of music are
' cordially invited to attend and parti
cipate In the great feast of song
! The convention would be glad, to
bavto as many of the ministers of the
1 gospel as can conveniently do so. to
he present on thia occasion.
Some ot the beat Ringer? and di*
rectors will he pr?sent which win
make the occasion worth while _
Columbia, March 13, 1915.
Mr. Winston Smith .County Auditor,
Anderson, S. C.
Dear Slr: The State tax commis
sion of tho State of South Carolina
lias sent me the following communi
cation relative to tho enforcement of
the income tax law:
"The Hmo for making returns un
iter the incorcs tax law of this State
expired on the 20th of February last,
and a very large number of persons
liable to tho payment ot the tax
omitted to make such returns within
the time limited.
"The neglect to make the returns in
j time may have been caused by an er
I roneous impression that the returns
and payment of the income tax to the
federal government relieved these tax
payers from Haying the income tax
imposed by tho laws of this State.
"The failuro to make returns with
in time have been so general and
j widespread that we think further
opportunity should be allowed such
j persons to make these returns before
the penalties provided by law are
imposed upon them."
In order, therefore, to save such
persons who will now come forward
and make tho proper returns, I, Carl
ton W. Sawyer, under, and by virAe
of power conferred uppn the comp
troller general, with tho approval of
the governor, in Section 767 of Vol
ume 1, Code of Laws of South Caro
lina, 1912, do hereby extend th?! time
for tho making of returns and a.tscBs
ment of income taxes without penalty
until the first day of July, A. D., 191C.
You will govern yourself accord
CARLTON W. SAWYER,
RICHARD I. MANNING,
If wo could look ns mean as some
folks wu would not need to know how
to H\vf ar. Why, there are some fel
lows in this town who can look at
you with an expression which Implies
every known oath in every known
tongue, and then some.-Marion Star.
Pres. Wilson Said
"If you have to buy any
thing, buy it nowt thus you will
become seller as well as buyer-*
-Ffora the President's Indianapolis Speech.
Railroads responded-and the
steel industry moves again.
YOU respond and you win start the
wheels of commerce, trade, and industry
-and you may benefit along with the rest
This !s the tiaae of all tbaes
for the tr. g. A. te make vast
stride*. Lets gil px* busy.