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Standard quality lOc
Bleaching, yard wide,
(Limit 10 yds).
Best grade 8c Apron
Ginghams . . . . . .5c
(Limit 10 yds).
Good quality 8 c
Bleaching, 36 inches
wide, yard . . . . . 5c
(Limit 10 yds).
9 lbs Good Rio Roast
ed CoiTee .... .$1.00
(Limit 9 lbs).
10c Pajama Cloth,
yard. . . 7c
(Limit 10 yds).
Full weight 3 lb. Can
Tomatoes, two can
(Limit 2 cans).
lo pound bucket
( Limit t bucket).
; Standard Granulated Sugar, 4t. Pound
Can you buy Standard Granulated Sugar today fc. 4c per pound?
You can and we will tell you where and how.
A car load of Standard Granulated Sugar to hanu out during this
We will sell 25 lbs for $1.50 or
With a cash purchase of $ 1.00 you ge
25 lbs for . ;.
With a cash purchase of $2.00 you ge
25 lbs for.
With a cash purchase of $3.00 you ge
25 lbs for . ..
With a cash purchase of $4.00 you ee
25 \bz for.
With a cash purchase of $5.00 you ge
25 lbs for.
.With a cash purchase of $6.00 you ge
25 lbs for.
With a cash purchase of $7.00 you ge
25 lbs for . '..
With a cash purchase of $8.00 you ge
25 lbs for.^ .
With a cash purchase of $9.00 you get <ft1 A Ci
25 lbs for. vA.W
With a cash ourchase of $\0.00 or over 1 f|f|
you get 25 lbs for . . *., *P 1 "UM
(Limit 25 lbs to customer.)
Articles advertised on this page marked "limit" will not be counted
in above bills.
Diet t?Ttey come?
m crowds and
and they are
We're Goi?g Out of Business as Fast as Possible
THE PEOPLE WERE QUICK TO CATCH ON TO WONDERFUL BARGAINS AND THEY BOUGHT
LIKE THEY WERE BARGAIN HUNGRY. THEY ARE AFTER BARGAINS AND BARGAINS THEY ARE
OF COURSE THERE WERE MANY PEOPLE WHO WERE UNABLE TO GET WAITED ON FOR
LACK OF SALES PEOPLE AND TO YOU WE EXTEND AN URGENT INVITATION TO COME BACK
FRIDAY OR SATURDAY. EVERY DAY WILL BE BARGAIN DAY UNTIL THIS STOCK IS SOLD OUT.
ALL ODDS AND ENDS, REMNANTS AND SHORT LENGTHS WILL BE BUNDLED UP AND PUT ON
THE REMNANT TABLE FOR "HURRY UP" SELLING.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO QUIT BUSINESS. IT IS UP TO THE PUBL IC TO HELP US TO QUIT.
WE Aif*E FURNISHING THE BARGAINS. COME WITH YOUR CASH AND SECURE THEM.
O O O ? O S O O O c
o FROM SEPTUS. <
In those hard and depressing .time;
that go to "try men's souls," wd hav<
to stay on the job daring the day ir
order to keep the wolf from the door
so our writing must be done at night
and that by piece meals. At first w<
thought we would take enough time
from our work to grind your reply tc
our anti-bond iBBue article into duel
and then scatter the dust to the fort
winds of. the earth, in other words
send it the plum orchard route, to at
everlasting oblivion just as wo art
*roing to do that bond issue ^?n the
30th day of March. However-for sev
eral-reasons, a few of which will fol
low, wo are not going to be this hard
on you Mr. Editor. .
Having placed your self in such a
sad and pitiful predfeament in at
tempting to defend your position wc
feel that you need our tears and sym
pathy more than you .do anything
more from our pen.
. Drawing as you are and grabbing at
;U, straw ip your'attempt to divert, the
attention of your readers from our
loading points by trying A make be
lieve that w,o are fightingqjfood roads,
makes us now feel that wo ought to
be now .writing you. ? letter of con
dolence instead of replying- ta_your
. reply. Any. way,. whop we get back
from the funeral on tho 30th of March,
it no ono. oIhc will step out to do
honor to. your memory, then we will
-put forth a small plec0 of crape to
snow your friends 1 and loved . ones,
that personally, we hold you in the
Very highest of esteem and wc assure
you Mr.; Editor that wo do;
pi Another reason for not wanting to
rub it In on you too hard (don't ?ry)
is that Gomo of the good ladles of the
county have already phoned us their
congratulations ort the stand that we
havo taken against this Jiigh handed
? nioii6ter am! since the ?Ood \romci
> aro with us in this light we now re
j' fuse to believe that wo aro right, wt
j1 absolutely know it and there's nothing
i left for us to do, but arise, follow oui
leader and fear no danger. And now
still another reason for not wanting
to play rough with you Mr. Editor
i Since yon questioned .what we had tc
> say against the bond issue as being
i argument, you then went on and used
. over a column of your valuable space
t in an attempt to r?fute what wo said
) and even some of your colored sub
: scribers up here noticed this and are
i '"laughing in their sleeves" about it,
L Another reason for giving you a sugar
> coated pill this time stead of a double
. dose of asafltlda, is tbe fact that you
i have everlastingly and completely ex
; ploded that old maxim that where
! there's smoke there's fire, for with out
doubt you have fully demonstrated
. the fact that there can be a whole
I room full of smoke and .not . a jjarn
spark of fire, in fact if you have put
I forth your best effort in your defense
. "of that seven hundred and fifty thous
, and dollar mortage that you want
'. placed against Anderson County, then
i we had as b-oon look for tiro in a mill
pond as to look for it in the editorial
rooms of The intelligencer and we
want to say the members of tbe Aq>
dorson Fire department that should
they soe a smoke in the direction of
the Pepper building, not to be in any
great hurry for they a.-e just as liable,
to find an iceberg over there as they
are to find a blaze.
And now for our last but not our
least reason for not , running, you
through our sausage mill and grind
ing you 'into mince meat. We know
full well that old man Bond Issue is.
already dead and that we.are Just al
lowing his body to lie in state till the
'30 th of March that tils friends and
loved ones may take ? last, long,
lingering. fare.w<fl look at hla tnd
since We have been taught from child
hood never to abune nor disturb p.
corpse, it mattered not what its past
llf? may have been, we can not at
this late day b? guilty of such a thing.
HBmBBBV KdHHBBSHI g
"'S BP . '" '
ANlTUP of llr|
Will you pieuse tell us, Mr. Editoi
why you used.so much of your space
in answering our article, that to you
had no argument in it and at the
samu time steered us clear of our
points as though they hud been a
lighted dynamite with the fuse tied
a roiled your neck! '
Wh>' did you not take B shot at what
we had to say about that "sinking
fund pie?" Why did you not offer 01
give us a comment on what we h'td to
say abouf the other fellow getting
three dollars of that bond money for
himself while we got one Tor good
roads? Why did you not defend that
piece of government road over west of
town that we called your attention
to? Why did you work a mile out of
your way to make spurt of what
we had to say about the ''tax ridden"
I pcoplo of this county and at the same
time he as dumb as an oyster on what
we had to say about debt being as
had for a county as for an individual?
If we wore, wrong oh those points
why did you not meet the issue. Mr.
Editor, instead of taking to the woods
and then "taking.a sapling" after you
got there? ! Now come down out of
that tree and show us it we are wrong
on those, ahovc mentioned points Cor
we crave light rather than darkness.
Don't walk up and thr?w three ' or
four rocks aud then take to your heels
and have to go sido ways to keep from
flying. We only intended those Jack
Johnson punches under your short
ribs to wake you up.and we had no.
idea at the time that, they would
'knock you as cold as a milk shake
and as speechless as a lobster.
[ And . now we want to inform you
that we may he a back woodsman, yet
wo know that "the .world do roqvu"
and that we arc. living in a fast age,
itlll the voters of Anderson County
are not quite ready to have their leg
islation done over a telegraph . Avire,
'Wo''respectfully- refer to that little
message sent by -the Anderson Cham
ber'Of Commerce to the- Anderson
County toglsjatlvo.delegation whllo in
And now Andereon Oour armors
r?i Your iyi
Wtejdtd n?tj Uita?k-^tho personnel
thlf-r cnmniirsion. seither ' did we s
isn't it sad, touching und heart break
ing to ceo the ICditor of The Intelli
gencer and the Anderson Chamber o."
Commerce and our 'legislative delega
tion so suddenly und unexpectedly
came forward alt. bowed with grief,
shedding crocodile^ tears as large as
fox grapes for the f/jor old "mud tax"
payers of this cnuiAy and just to think
that wc are getting all this unsolicit
ed,. Indeed: this unsought - sympathy
is enough to moil 4 heart of stoue and
oh, but that- wo couhl hove gotten
some of this while selling cotton, at
six cents and buying r.jur at eight
dollars per barrel. Let uu pray.
And now ?'word about that self-ap
pointed commission-?o far as the An
derson County voters were consulted.
I that any of them had been the re- j
cipienl of reward for political service
rchdered. What w? said was that it j
locked like an -attempt at political re- 1
ward for political work done in the j
past. If you can't read then shake a j
And now t bat you havcasked us sonic
very pointed questions concerning the
cV lmission. if yoti want to play thb
bund out, thon here's at you. There's
at least one man on thaecomnilssl'inih
whom some of the host people up her j
! have absolutely-no faith In his knowl
i edge- of road -building and very little I
! in-.* his integrity and should he enter
j polities tomorrow he couldn't he olcct- !
J ed "dog petter" by the voters of this
Now dp you still want names?if not.
then wipe away those tears, then sitj
down'by. uu and let's figure a little.
In tlie city of Anderson you-have a!
I gr??t concentration of wealth, togolh- j
S er with a population of about six
1 tl Misnnrt people tu the square mile,
I yet yoii have only about one mllo of
I paved streets. In the towns of llonea
[ Path, Helton", and Wlliamston, -also
i.where there's'a big amount of con
! centrated .wealth with a population of
about nix or seven hundred people to
I the square mllo, they have not one
foot of paved streets, now how In tho
luit Order from i
rtfc., Stripes, Pl?fc
I 122 W.Whi
h?mo of common sense ?re you going
to macadamize the roads of Ander
son Cou lit}' with only seven hunured
and iifty thousand dollars and u
population of only about eighty peo
ple to the Bqunrc mile in the rural
districts? . "
Xo, Uncle Hube there's no "taters"
in tills digging f?r you. It's the rich
tiond holder, the hankers and that
commission, as we will show by a
mathematical calculation u little later
on, who will feast at the table of good
Ihiuge while you stand in the chimney
corner and suck your paw.
Talk about skiu gumcs, but this
skin game bus all other skiu games
skinned a block and in the skinning,
licle Ilufce, the other fellow will get
three fourths of the skin while you
stand around the tan yard with noth
ing to your credit but u fow roads
hullt in a plucc and in a wuy in which
you will have absolutely no jurisdic
tion and now the only difference in
skinning you and a skunk is that they
have, llrst got to catch the skunk be
fore tboy can skin him and after
catching, him he-has to be killed be
fore he is skinned und In this he will
not only put up a bard light In an at
tempt to save h;.'? skin but as a last
rcBCrt will send out uu odor that's
not very 'palpable to our sense of j
smell; and you, Uncle Hube, with out
either putting up a fight or an odor
must be skinned nllvc and thon turn
ed loose to grow more skin till the
next skinning time when they will
put you lb 'other, skin games. And now
dear reader if you think tho editor j
has skinned us in this skinning then
let us know and we will skin out from
here. If UiIb War keeps up they are
going to force ub to bring out our
heiwy artillery und to quit shooting
In our-next, Uncle Rube, wc will
show you wl/.t klnif of a rake olT the
purchnscr of those proposeil bonds
wou'd get under thut cu throat reg
ional . banking law enacted by our
present national Democratic adminis
tration after two Hepe.ubliciin adminlH- !
tratlons had sat down on the scheme.
/ t;: y ' ' '*"'
>ur wonderful sc
re and Cloths in
is, Checks and other
i : .
And now Mr. Editor since being
able to read between tho lines und
know who you wore shooting a| in
Ha/.ng1 that usuafu! tho ni&n who
howls loudest about the tux ridden
people pay less tr^c-ute to t'aepwr in
proportion thun any of thosu whose
interest he imagines he's safeguard
tfow, since we are opposed to rais
ing the Other follows taxes, by a bond
issue uud tl.uuglTwe pay but little tax.
will you please tell us how much you,
are giving the old man Caesar since
you arc in favor of higher taxes by u
bond losue. Come, shell it down to
us or wo will sou what CacBar has to
say about It.
W. It. i CABBY.
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o KEKUCK AND COKINTIi o
t v..- ; ?
0 0 o o 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O 0 0 o o o
There will bo preuchlng at Hofugo
next Saturday at U p. ni., and Sunday
school at 10:30 a. m, and preaching j
at 11:30 Sunday a. m. I
There will be Sunday school .at'
Corinth ut 3;StO p. m. Wc hope to |
son a large sf congregation at each |
place, us i hese1 chun-hes liave decided
to work together this year as far as j
Ih convenU ni, realizing that where,
there is union there is strength. Sol
next Sunday moaning in the place of '
going yhlltag or grazing youreawV.I
come and join In thcrgood work. Let i
us do more for UooVthia year than J
we ever have. Wo jfeel encouraged,
one of our formor, ?nderson county ^
hoys, now living inTAtlanta,' tJa, on,
a recent vhiit here, said, "He loved to I
read tho homo news." That Bhowo ho;
has not forgotten old South Carolina,
so lie sent a subscription to Tho An- |
durson Intelligencer. So in tho future
our good paper-will go to A. E. Mc-1
Alisier. 410 East Fair St.. Allanla. ?
i Blues, *^ 8
designs at TO YO
Salts is Fine For
Kidneys, Quit Meat
Flush the Kidneys at once when
Back ' hurts or Bladder
No man .or woman who esta moal''
regularly can make a mistake by r(>
flushing the ( kidneys occasionally,
says a well known authority. Meat
forms uric acid which clogs" th? kid- jl 1
ney pores r.o they sluggishly ?liter or
strain.nul; nnrt of the.waste and polk. . no
on fron-, the blood, then you get sick.
Xcar'y all rheumatism, headaches,'
livor trouble, nervousness, constipa
tion, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder
disorders come from sluggish kidneys.
The moment yuu feel a dull ache in ?.
the kidneys or your back hurts^'or if.
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of.
sediment. Irregular of passage or at.
tended by a sensation of scalding, get
about Tour ounces of Jad Halts from *ui
any reliable pharmacy and tako.U ta
blespoonful in a glass of water boforo
breakfast for a few days and your
kidncya will then act .Inc. This fam
ous'salts Ib made from the acjd of . -1:>-/.
grapes .and.lemon juice, combined
with iitliia and lias been.used for gen- .. >t?
orations to flush clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to ,lg_
neutralize the acids in, urine so it no '
longer causes irritation, thus ending
J?d Salts is inexpensive and can- j'
net Injure; mnkes a delightful effer
vescent lithla water drink which ail
regular meat unter? should take now ""'
and then to keep the kidneys t:Jh;an t"l;
and tlic blood pure, thereby avoiding -
serious kidney complications. ...
J. ft. C. Griffin has been connu ls
sloned as ? notary public._a
?ERSON, S. C.