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DOLL
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY pth.
Spend a Profitable and Pleasant Day in Anderson on Dollar Day, Feb. ?th.
Anderson merchants offer for this day the biggest values you ever heard of, and provide free en
tertainment at the Theatres for each and every visitor.
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FREE! FREE!!
Tickets to the three leading
theatres given to all visitors by
the merchants of Anderson on
Dollar Day, Any of the mer
chants will furnish these tickets
without cost to you; just call
for them, and enjoy yourself
while in Anderson.
Continuous Performances at the Three Theatres
from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M.
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ASTOUNDING VALUES ALL DAY LONG AT
EVERY STORE IN ANDERSON.
M Don t Miss this Big Event. S>
THE STRAND.
THE IMPERIAL and
LIBERTY THEATRES
are open for your entertainment
on Dollar Day, without any
cost to you whatever. Call for
Free tickets at any store you
may visit while in the city, and
see One, Two or Three Good
Shows. See them alt if you
wish.
The merchants of Anderson held their first dollar day on the J4th day of last July, Thousands will remember this event, as the best values ever offered
were sold by Anderson Merchants*
This year, Dollar Day will far eclipse last Dollar Day, inasmuch as the values are oven better than it was possible to offer last July,
Merchandise is cheaper in price, and the usual lull in business just at this first of the year, has prompted the merchants of Anderson to stage this, event at this
particular time to show what values are to be had in this City.
-****** ALL BUSINESS HOUSES IN ANDERSON EXTEND THIS INVITATION TO YOU.
Come to the best City in Upper Carolina for Dollar Day, even though you do not anticipate making any purchases, A look at the values offeredi im thkj? Qty
will convince you that it will always pay you to trade in Anderson. Jf
The Retail Merchants Bureau,
ANDERSON, SO
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
NEW PRICES
(F. O. B. Detroit)
Chassis ..... $285
Runabout . . . . $319
Touring Oar . . . $348
Truck Chassis . . . $430
Coupe . . ... $500
Sedan . . ... $645
These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in the history
of the Ford Motor Company,
Orders are coming in fast, so place your prompt to in
sure early delivery.
Piedmont Motor Co.,
Authorized Ford Dealers - - - - Walhalla, S, C.
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.J. COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES.
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DISTRICT MEETING,
At Sonccu, V
Saturday, February 4th,
at 1.80 P. M.
(Co-Oporativo Marketing Sign
Up-Cromor's Store, opposite
Neill's Auto Shop.)
?I* ?I* "I* 4? * *I?
Tho Time is Here.
Meetings hold at various places
over tho county have shown that a
large number of farmers wish to soil
their cotton intelligently. The first
intelligent plan of selling ever pre
sented to farmers is the contract on
the California or Oklahoma system.
Members of the association in Texas
claim that they are receiving from'
$10 to $15 more per bale for cotton
of the same grade and staple than
outsiders aro rocolving. Practically
every 'Stato In tho South has elthor
completed the sign-up campaign or
they aro now working on the cam
paign.
Over 40,000 halos are now signed
in our State, and contracts ^re com
ing in every day, ns practically every
county has started the campaign.
.An n'ble speaker bas been request
ed to address the meeting at Seneca
on Saturday. Let's got Oconee mov
ing along with tho other counties
change tho hundreds of bales signed
into thousands.
Ex-Senator Butlor, of North enro
llan, (Jives Strong Argument.
Writing in the Progressive Far
mer of recent dato, Ex-Senator Mar
lon Butler answers tho question,
"What's the matter with the farmer?
Why Isn't he more prosperous?" His
artlclo follows:
"The basic trouble ls the sys
tem which forces the farmer to
sell his products at wholesale and
at prlcos fixed by tho man to whom
he sells; and which, at the same
time, forces him to buy hts sup
plies at retail, and nt prices fixed
by the man from whom ho buys.
Being forced to sell in his indi
vidual capacity, and in direct com
petition with all other producers,
he rushes upon the market his
whole crop at once,while- tho world
is ??ot ready to buy at once this
who'o cop, which it will take the
world a whole year to consume.
This wast?fiil and unscientific
mt ?'.od of marketing nullifies the
lavs of supply and demand.
"Thus, a great horde of specu
lates haN sprung up, that have
organized to buy at sacrifice sales;
tht-.v ofter the farmer the lowest
possible starvation price, and, in
tur< they charge the great, un
orgauized consuming class a prlc^
many times higher--indeed, Just
.as ?-(gb a:- it is possible for.them
to ii y.
' i bus we have In this great and
rici: 'iountry the humiliating"Spec
tacle of the millions of consumers
undorffed and under-clothed on
account of the high cost ot living,
wii the millions of wealth-pro
d '$ aro forced to sell at bank
rni pricer. fl
( MO of the essential remedios
fot ils economic cancer is co-op
era; e marketing. Another essen
tial remedy ia a proper system of
fai n 'financing-long-time credits
at a rate of interest low enough
to iv \ko cheaper production poss!~>
Le's Reason It Out
Wo u*o now propnred to do your
work ut a reasonable price.
Wo i< ii in thc Tailoring and Pressing
Club business-not for to-day or
to-morrow, hut to do your work
t/ ntl you for tho days and weeks
and months and yours to come.
A)| vs ask is a trial and a chance to
prove our work. Our Pressing
?.!. >?o is only no cents per suit.
\\V do nil kinds of'Making, Altering
an' Ken dring. Wo make Men's,
V\ .-lien's und Children's Clothes
Ol ll kinds, at reasonable prices.
Oom tn mid look over our work
lt costa nothing to look. After
yon seo our work we aro sure that
jon ?rive us a trial.
Men rind Women's Hats cleaned,
Ki ) II ?Ired and Re-band e?J.
We. vc nil kbuls of goods, any Col?
ors.
geo a?d got our prices. Wo cai ry
tli cheapest Good Lino of Tailor
In . lu tomi,
I.S. M. HOLLAND,
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
WALIIAWiA, B. 0,
ffj-S)
ble. But that remedy has already
been partially provided.
"Under the proposed co-opera
tive marketing association agree
ment the farmer will sell his crop
gradually, as the world needs lt,
and thus restore for his protec
tion the law of supply and demand.
This ls the only way to remove
the great horde of unnecessary
middle-men and speculators ho
now stand between the producec
and the consumer, lt is the toll
which these middle-men levy upon,
both producers and consumers that
makes up much of the enormous
difference between the low price
which the farmer gets and the
high price which the consumer
pays.
"There are no staple crops pro
duced in the world which tend
themselves more easily to co-op
erative marketing than cotton and
tobacco. The farmers of nearly
every other civilized country havo
already learned that cooperative
marketing ls absolutely eesentitl
to the success of their business,
and they have already begun to
organize.
"It is high time fer ns to be
gin." . . ,;.(
Do?jt Forget
the big hog salo at Clemson College
next Wednesday,. Feb. .8th.
George R. Briggs,
,.t, County Agent.
.Card of TtwurJxs.
1 . ?fri .
Editor Koowee Courier:
Please allow- 'us space in your val
uable paper to/express our apprecia
tion to the many kind friends and
relatives who tendered service to ua
during the i lineas and,at the death
of our dear little daughter and sis
ter, We shalt never forget their kind
ness at this sad hour. May the rich
est, of God's blessings rest upon all
of them. "Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Orr
(adv.) and Children.
Walhalla; S. C. ^ .
An English centenarian ls record
ed as 'having, 'lost his -first tooth at
the age of 10>2i
NOTICE!
AFTER MATURE DELIBERATION
wc have decided that wc can bc of more service
to our old customers, and also to the com
munity at large, by placing our Mercantile
Business upon a Gish Basis? We can save a
lot of expense and waste in operating our busi
ness? We can keep our stock, pay cash for
what wc buy, and be able to make a closer
price on our goods to the trading public,
jM AFTER FEBRUARY 1st, 1922, j***
we will close our crediting department and sell
Strictly for Cash. We want to close up
our books by that time, so if you owe us on
account or by note, please come in and settle
at once
Be sure to get our prices on goods before
buying, for we will be able to save you money
on your purchases.
We pay the highest market price for Coun
try Produce,*
JStrotHer (EX PHirmey*
Headquarters for Low Prices?
West Union, S. C.

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