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1 We have a few sets of buggy harness we
want to sell quick at $8.00 a set. Lots of
good home made bridles at $1.50 each.
Pads 15 and 20 cents each. Stage har
ness, breeching, lines, etc., cheap. We
manufacture and repair harness and use
nothing but the best leather.
We are painting buggies every day and
giving satisfaction as to price and quality
of work. Let us make your buggy look
like a new one. Also have a rubber tiring
outfit and use only the best grade of rub
ber. ? ? * .(f-mmmwrnm
The celebrated Tyson & Jones buggies
are arriving almost every week. If you
have never used one yourself your neigh
bor has-ask him. We have known this
bugg}' to be in actual use 15 years. Also
have Moyers, Babcocks, Normans, Rock
Hill, etc.-none better.
We guarantee every thing we sell to be
as represented. Give us your business.
Yours for business,
the Fretwefl Co.
New, Clean, Sanitary, Pleasing
Fresh Meats and Fish
of the very best grades only.
Fish dressed, and cleaned perfectly without additional expense.
Free and Quick Delivery Anywhere.
S. C. HAYNIE and R. B. TUCKER, Prop?.
457 W. Market Phone 887.
FOR RENT i
The afore building on N. Main Street, recently
vacitud by the Anderson Intelligencer Job De
partment. This store room can be rented
very cheaply for the neat few months. If in
terested, phone 321 AT ONCE
HD WHITING CONTEST
GAINS IN POPULARITY
Head of North Anderson Devel
opment Co., Heartily En
Mr. John Linley, the Ilve-wlrc
Fuel Estate agent Joined the ranks
of the Amateur Ad Writers contest tor
merchants and business men yeater
terday, saying: "I consider this n
grest advertising stunt, one that win
bring ono's project or line before
the people from ?in entirely diff?r
ent ungi?'." And Mr. Linley is exactly
right about lt. too.
When one can Interest the buyer
sufticiently in one's proposition lo
write an nd for lt. he has gotten that
particular person Into a very roses
tive attitude toward the proposition or
the house or firm hack of lt.
On tlie other hand-the business
which ls conducted on such n plane
that tho proprietor invites tho public
behind tho scenes ns it were (to wrile
inls for tho business) lt ls a pretty
safe bet that that business Is con
ducted in such a manner flint there
is nothing for them to he ashamed of,
nor is there anything that they wish
to hide from their customers.
To sum lt all up-selling any kind
of morchoridlse through, or hy the aid
of such Intimate relationship between
buyer mid seller Is cooperation In the
very highest sense, and not the con
quest of the buyer hy tho seller when
he has palmed off un Inferior article
at a fictitious price.
One lady, who is a Bridge Whist
enthusiast was heard to say yester
day that she was writing ads for sev<
eral of tho different merchants who
were entered In tho Amateur Ad
Writers contest, and that she was en
joying tho contest immensely; that she
found it Intensely interesting and thc
work very, fascinating; and that If
slip won either of tho prizes, she was
going to turn the money over to her
A merchant Baid yesterday that he
lind had quite a few inquiries nbout
what he wanted advertised, and that
he had told them In detail, and that
he was looking forward with a great
deal of anticipation to Friday to see
what kind of ads they would bring
AB most everyone likes a contest,
it appears that this contest offers
enough amusement and zest to arouse
the Interest of "the most blase, because
lt ls a battle of wits where all en
trants are about equal In ability, and
there ls sufficient award to make lt
worth while to try for. If you have
not yet begun, why not begin at once?
There are enough different lines to
suit every ono; and herewith ls given
enough information to enable you to
write several ads.
W. H. Lyon wants an ad on grad
ti .timi day presents, and there is n
display in his show window of thc
different articles which are appro
priate for thc occasion. He will tell
you all you want to know.
Mooro Wilson Co., wants an ad on
commencement day dresses, ready-to
wear, etc., phone them, they will tell
you all you wish to know.
Marchbanks & Babb want an ad on
tho world famous Waterman Fountain
Columbia Tailoring company want
an ad on their $15.76 offer, by which
one gets a palm beach suit free with
each order for a $15.75 suit.
Anderson Gas Co., want you to tell
all the advantages of cooking with
gaB as compared with all other fuels.
Parker & Bolt want an ad on palin
beach suits. They have something
to tell you privately about these suits.
Oelsberg Bros. Shoe Co., have a.
special shoe ad of some special kind
that they wish They will gladly tell
you all about it.
B. O. K vu ns & Co., want an ad on
palm beach sui's; thoy hatfe a very
pretty display In their window on
these palm beach ?ulta, and they will
also tell you more lu detail about
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd wanta you to
write about the celebrated front lac
ed corset-the Frolaset. Mrs. Boyd
will be delighted, to tell you all about
Walter H. Keose & Co., have the
celebrated early morning riser, "Big
Ben" ns their entry. They will be
only too glad to tell you all about
thu energetic and reliable time piece.
The Southern Public Utilities Co
want you to know all about the many
? .minier conveniences, and If you will
phone them, they will take pleasure
In telling you what to say.
The Bank of Anderson, of course
wants you to tell the people about
money, or the lack of it, or the ad
vantagea of'a bank account, or some
thing ot that nature; but if you wm
phone Mr. Cllnkscales he will tell you
exactly what he wants.
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance
Co., has a message that they wish to
deliver to every man who has
the love ot home and family In his
heart; and if yon will phone Mr.
Mattivm. he will give yon aome Tine
points" that may help you win a prise.
Joh'. Linley wants everybody to
know of the many, many good fep
turea of North Anderson, and aa there
are so many, lt will be a very easy
matter for bim to tell. you ia three
minutes enough to enable you to get
up a full page ad.
It Juat so happens that the Ad Man
doea noL know exactly that "Uncle
Johnny" Austin. Evana' Pharmacy,
Sullivan Hardware Co., T L. Cely
Co., the Owl Drug Co., The Lesser
Co., Anderson Cash Grocery Co..
Pnjbenstetn, want advertised, but do
know for certain that they will he
delighted to tell yon all about their
FIRST DAY'S FIRE SALE
Early yesterday morning the crowd came,
and at 9 o'clock promptly we opened the
doors and let them in. From that time on
until we closed the store, we were as busy as
we could be. There were some that we
were unable to wait on. We are very sorry
about this, but it could not be helped.
The prices at which we are selling Isaac
Hamburger & Sons Clothing, and Regal
Shoes, Standard makes of Hats, Straw Hats,
Shirts, and Furnishings of all kinds are
cleaning up our stocks. As advertised
THERE IS NOT ONE ARTICLE OF MER
CHANDISE OFFERED DURING THIS
FIRE SALE THAT IS DAMAGED
ENOUGH TO MATERIALLY EFFECT
IT'S VALUE TO YOU.
Thc people read our advertisements
they came to sec what we had to offer-and
they went away SATISFIED PURCHAS
The big Fire Adjustment Sale is now on, and will
continue until the goods are all sold. Come while
the picking^ good! First comers get first choice
R. W. TRIBBLE
The Up-to-Date Clothier93
MR. M. I?. SULLIVAN
Resolutions on His I ten iii hy Fclzer
Whereas it has pleased our heavenly
[?"allier to break our chain and take
[rom us one of our links, a beloved
brother, Dr. M 1>. Sullivan.
Resolved First, That in the death of
;>ur brother, the order has lost one
?f lis f-ithful members, the communi
ty a citizen, and the family an affec
tionate aud devoted husband, father
Resolved Second, That we bow In
?umble submission to the will of him
who doeth all things well, giving heed
to the admonition to be ready when
the sum .urns come to us.
Resolved Third, That a copy bo dedi
cated to the memory oft our departed
brother. In our minutes.
Resolved Fourth, That a copy of
these resolutions, be sent to tne fami
ly, with our deepest sympathy, and a
:opy be sent to the local paper for
By order of Pelzor Lodgo No. 217,
\. F. M.
Secures the Coburn riayers For Sum
The Coburn Players have been se
cured for three entertainments during
the Winthrop College summer school.
They will glvfc "Jeanne d'Arc." "The
Imaginary Sick Man," and "The Yel
low Jncket." There will also bo many
other attractive entertainments during
the summer school, among them an
evening by Mrs. Josephine Clinton,
an impersonator and reader whose
entertainment hero during the past
winter charmed so many.
Dr. T. Gilbert Pearson of New
York, secretary of the National Audu
bon Society, will be here on Juno
26th for an illustrated) lecture on
The Boston Lyrics will give an en
tertainment here on June 10, and Miss
Laura Combs of New York, a woll
known soprano, will give a concort in
tho auditorium on the 17th of July.
Mr. Clement Hall of Iva, was in
the city yesterday on business.
I am forced to do business on a cash basis.- After May 1st I
will do business for cash only.
WHEN you have TIRE TROUBLE call us. WE are TIRE
We sell GOODYEAR and AJAX TIRES. HOWE RED
TUBES and ACCESSORIES.
VULCAN1ZJNG A SPECIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
Phone 270 108 N. McDuffie St.
E TO THINK OF
YOUR HOME AND OFFICE
FOR THE OFFICE
SPEED UP WITH
AN ELECTRIC FAN
83 r, yon can do more business
ind do lt better if you pkovide
jlectrlc fens for yourself and your
. The cost la really trifling com
pared with the net profit In Com
fort and actual business accom
Heat asps vitality and slows np
work. Others are cool-yon onght
Lo be too.
Our tans hsve bussed Into rapid
ly increasing popularity.
FOR THE HOME
? A household electric fan ls very
economical and very refreshing.
Yon can operate it for a very small
It blows away tM depressing ef
fect of hot weather.
All the members of your family
will be healthier and happier if
yon buy one for your home.
Everything in electrical comfort
for the household and office.
Prices From $10.00 to $27.00
Southern Public Utilities Company
IIS W. Whitner
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