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title: 'The Anderson intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1917, January 29, 1915, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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Greatest TAILORING SALE in The History of Anderson!
Your Choice of Any $35 Suit or Overcoat in the House,
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Every yard of these fabrics worth from $3 to
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with a smile
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100.000 yards overcoat
ing almost given away.
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this guaranteed 1
fall $10 raincoat g
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CANNOT 'ERMtT ORGAN1ZA
TION TO BECOME 1NVOLV
ErJ TO ,\NY GREAT \
Entirely Within Province of Com
munity to Say on What Scale
Chamber is to Be Operated
That it may ho necessary to cur
tail the operations of t!;e; Chamber of
Commerce, if. the -proper amount of
support is not forthcoming, seems to
be the opinion of Mr, J. D. Havucott,
eharman of the old committee of this
organisation. Jost - - vf'u&t the .cur
t ailment is-to .be. is not stated in, the
communication sent to The' Intelli
. Secretary Whaiey stated last niant
that ho was very hopeful there would :
not be any smaller contributions made .'
this , year than had been made last
year. : He reports several new sub
scriptions, and that those who save
to. toe support of th? Chambur of
commerce formerly .'are . renewing
tlielr pledges In almost every instance.
it is hoped that the fears expreas
cd in tho following artide fromChari-'
man Hammett will not he realized, but
thnt the subscriptions may bo forth
coming to continue tho work along
the lines mapped out formerly. The
canvassing committee la:hard, at work
on this proposition..
Anderson, 8, C.;. JanJ 27/1315.
Editor Anderson Intelligencer,
' - A-meeting the board of'directors
Of the Anderson Chamber of Com
inerce vrlll be called for the. purpose
of organizing by the : election of an
executive corai?lUeei and otner com
mut?es, also";map out the year's
work and ueclde,v on employees. Jost
as soon as It is - ascertained - thV:
amount of funds - available for'the
It Is impossible to say upon what
scale the. Chamber may be operated
until we know th0 amount available to
meet current expenses. It would'be
unwise toivperzhit. tho Chamber to
become involved in'debt to. any appre
ciable extent for fh? fact that a heavy
debt hangs over , the organization
Itvould dd.) mbr? . fo r chill the onthusf
| asrn of. the membership and destroy
; the organization thdn any other one
thing;- :> '. . ,' ;
Without* having, consulted with
other members ot' th? board I xVjptl
safe lu saying it will be the policy of
the bhar^'t?^ttttlt;^ operations of
the .cbam^eV^ ^e^ fout?t of lands
available. Assuming that to be true
tho extent ot operations 33 entirely In
the'hands of the'cozens of the com
munity,'and to th* extent they sub
scribe to-the operating fund 7 the
work*v?IU be carried torward.
Iix) justice t? .employees and also
to the various comrnitteea who act as
representatives of the business com
munity, ell in the oommunlty should
WaJklns< Is chatrman and specify the
-.i ' . .
amount they can and will debate for
this work. ; ?
T^c matter; 1b entirely in the hand*'
of .the community. It each member
BubBcribes liberally and with ? vj^w
to working for'the comnvm fcood the
expenses' Of the organisation must
necessarily be reduced so as'to cnme
within the scope Of funds available.
,. It ?is' entirely within the provincy
of .the .community to .say on what
scale Ih?y wish the Chamber operat
ed and ? feel sure tho board will v-n
deavor to- meet the views of tne
[community as expressed to the sclkilt
I .We. trubt subsorlpttinB will bo'
I biade with liberality, and promptness.
Chairman Old Committee ,:'
"/X.'. J. Di HAMmETT,* J :
8A?RE * BALDWIN
J; ABCH1TFXT8 '*
Ble?hlcy Bldg. Auderson, 8. C.
CItlrens National BaalpBiag. ! *
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