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LIBERALITY AND FAR
-Has (jharacterized the Development of -
lt was realized that a car line was necessary-It wes built.
To make North Anderson beautiful,-wide streets anti
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. That North Anderson might attract the very best clas
Parks were needed-consequently,-1-3 of the Und bas been devoted to street? and parke,
of citizens,--every convenience, water, ??war, eSectric light? and sa? were installed.
And now North. Anderson propos?s to make a most liberal, as well as novel,
offer *o parties purchasing lots hep >een July 1st, 1915, and July ist, 1916,
and yet, we would add, an offer ent rely in keeping with the trend of the times
-for this is a day of CO-OPERA PION.
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..!.'?.. . The North Anderson Development Company oft rs to .divide among those who purchase lots from Juty 1st, t9t?<jl-B|(, ist, 1016-20'_n.tr .-cent,
company's net earnings for that period of time-and 10 )?r cent: of the corripariy's annual earnings for the two vc
Detail af the Offer :
--This offer is restricted to purchasers of thc first 7 5-tris'.sold, aAd restricted io the year ending July 1?
2nd.-The dirision of the 20 per cent, profits for year eni|||g July fst? irbej?ade oft jhe fftflfi^ff^lirff*1^
^?ch lot purchaser in July, 19t5,Vlfl count 24 units; Aufl5?f?5??uTO units; ^November, 16 units; December, 14
v*'? January, 1916, i2 units-; February, f0"*,ittits.; March, Cubits; April, 6 units;-Maw 4 units; July, 2 units.
- ? iid.-In the division of the 10 per cent, profits for the two subsequent years, each lot will count-equally regardless of the month in which it was purchased.
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4th.-The tarma of the purchase ?re $10.00 cash and $10.00 per month. No Taxes. Interest 6 per cent, per annum for time to time due.
What tfas Of fer Means to You-- - . \
> lt means that for MO.OO cash ano" $fo.00 a month you not .only buy a lot worth every cent (and morel too,) you pay for itl but it means that you bi
.~*VJ' / partner ki th? profit? of an enterprise inihe development of which iloo.ooo.oo has been expended. I
You become a partner in th? profit? without,having, or having had, any bf the responsibility, and without putting one dollar in thj capital stook of the en1
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You become a partner in the. profits of an enterprise that has been a success from the first day it started,-an enterprise that has ^Iready sold over $4*,
worth of lotsalone,-and an enterprise tm).books of which show bV'a?dlt as of Jan. ist," 1915, a net profit af $to,-ooo.oo
VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 191B. wnunm