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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, January 13, 1914, Part One: Pages 1 to 8, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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W. EARLE ST.
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H PRICED ?^L?S
of 600 Mile
Supplies of Bvery Descrip
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strate to you
A TIME FOR ALL THIJ? GS, ? PLACE FOR ALL THINGS. OUR STORE
IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR CLOTHING, SHOKS, HATS AND
FURNISHINGS. THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR IfiAT WE HAVE A
LOT OF ODDS AND ENDS ITO CLOSE OUT AT W PRICE-BESIDES
YOU CAN BUY THAT OVERCOAT NOW AT AUVfOST YOUR OWN
PRICE. % MMM^||iiiiiiiM|||
Men's and ??H^Bfe M#nVand
" Si Hs ''i'
Boyo' Over- J | Yqung Men's
coats Must be f?gLW?LWSLM Citing
dOlCI? <\^e have a great line to
$15.00, now_$11.50 WM W 5h? f y?u through. You
12.50, now_ 10.00 PP Ml >iways find here the
I0.00,now_ 7.50 I IHH| siii you want atti J price
7.50, now_ 5.50 HH yoi want.
$5.00 Boys' coats, $3.75 Q9g Wak SuL, $5.00, $7.30, $10,
4.00 Boys' coats, 3.25 fi $lS.<fc>.;$16tSft^
3.50 Boys' coats, 2.65 | 1 | $183RR'WU|.t J, ?2,90.
SHOES, HATS AND FURNISHINGS. WE ALWAYS STAND IN THE ?
FRONT ROW IN THIS LINE. YOU WILL ALWAYS FUND WHAT
YOU WANT HERE AT THE RIGHT PRICES.
THANKING OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR PAT-!
RONAGE IN THE PAST 19)3, AS THEY MADE IT ONE OF OUR
BEST YEARS, AND HOPING TO HAVE THE CONTINUANCE O F
SAME DURING THE Y EAR 19*4.
MAKE OUR STORE YO UR HEADQUARTERS AND FEEL AT HOME.
The Up-To-Date Clothiers.
ffcjuaeet of the Marton. Freight I
Great Cool Currying. Ro t
What promises to lie one cf the j
greatest alda to the development of j
the city of Abbeville, as well na the j
county in general, ls the proposed new
electric line of railroad, to be known j
_r.r. M at-tni'j^iAt ts^UMw A
?ni **v??wnvorsiu nwm*m w ? . - *
commission for the enterprise bas al
ready been issued to a board of cor
porators, consisting of twelve well - ?
. t~.-and - tVfjivuawjQ Ct ti STOMP vf
Ftc* ena. Anderson, Abbeville and
Sedgefield counties. Tfco'books of sub?
scription wm oe openca oh toe surttx
February, und no trouble ls anticipated
in securing the requisite amount ot
stock subscriptions to lasura t..c
granting of a charter by thu secretary
of state. The principal places of busi
ness of tho new company Will be Abbe
ville, as It ls shout half way b?tween
the two tennnlvt pointe, Essie? and j
This road will run through the finest
sections of Mckees, Anderson, Abbe
ville nnrt Edgefleld j}euii*t#?c- It w?l
TreEa suTuniiie iiusiessOwM srtth.oihat,}
I ???asi ?TstHMtaT-ijM?^^
the main line of the Southern. At An-1
I derson with thc Duke Trolley, eyateua.
the Charleston & Western Carolina
I and thc Blue Ridge. At Abbeville
I with tho main line ot the Seaboard and
with the Southern. At McCormick
I with the C. Sc W. <*. railroad, both the
malu line and tho Savannah Valley.
I At Augusta trltlr' the Southern, the
I Georgia railroad, C. St. W. C. abd oth
! era. w . ? ?
I Yet, In' spite ot the splendid connec
? tiona with oilier roads, the line will
i run through a country entirely devoid
of railroad service al tho .present time.
?The line will be about one hundred and
I twenty-five milos long vnd is already
\ attracting the attention of the business
i world, rna nuereni ail sicng tho liai
I is intense, ?cd the prospects for
building the Uno are ?ne. A ?ember
of tho most progresivo farmers along
the line have already signified-their
intention of not only donating the
rtghfof way. b?.?t o? making hand*"-***
subscriptions to tu? J?ncli. The i-uad.
if oum. t"i;? be ih*; sreitc^i dcrsloper
that haa ever come to this part nf the
country. It will develop not only the
towns, but the country aa well. The
history of all electric lines is that the
land along the line, and anywhere tn
i reach of lt, will double In value, and
soma time increase ?ve hundred per
CUBt. lt will nuise Improved,j
onerr.i'ona. will cans*
school houses io be bull
i lO DIN US
i M EOGEFitLD
?ureau Tell? cf th* jSocces* Tir's
id Kau Been Having m
th? circulation of newspapers and oth.
fer It?crafc?re.. will draw the people
Rinser together, and wlil cause a gen
eral, awakening, th? results of - which
no one ?an calculate.
These-.Will be a meeting of-thc cor
porators hold some time soon, and
plana wilt bo laid for an active canvass
to secure cuosonpttons to tao capital
lt I? thc b teatioa of Che cor
porator* to push tho brgrmfeaiion * *s
; rapidly aa. possible, and we hope to
haV~, th?S55 . h?mi??a??" ill ? wmnurft.
tive?y 5hert time. ' :,,
WM. N, GRAYDON.
Abbeville, 3 C., Jun. 12, 1914,
Thirty acre Field of Cotton c
PANY'S Fertilisers, afr. Tollson 1
your dealer for our goods and acce
A better Fertiliser will prodi
geet planters in your own county th
1tag*>M A n-^?s?-, heiser.
Hewett Mercantile Co, Easier.
P. F .Cox. Greeatfila.
sad many/otb sr
? resent?llve at A
Talk of the Town
V>V1U MUOIU J.14VV'
I Phone 5?7
Digestion begins "-ir* the
?V???TH. Good Teesh
are essential to. Good
Our Special Prices :
Crown and B?idge
?T I U fk
ainiess Extraction ..' 50c
Dfc H. R^WEIJLS ? CU.
m farm or W. H. Tollison, Piedmont, S. C., raked by.??NION GUANO COM
U AM nt Ifcn thc.iioAnri nf -****** C??CtC S??T ??liuR 1" erXl??SBrB. AVK
pt n soubatltute.
ice a bettor crop. "UNION BRANDS" have deraoa'?ratad to aiany of the lar
etrnupcroir "crop product jg" Qualities AaM th? jjlJMMfe11**3 thc:-.
I^?6*^ , Fer Sale by ' *PP,. .
Hampton Mercantil* Co, Piedmont. Belton McTcaritfla Co" Relton.
Viciar Mercantile lo, VYilUamston. Expire AcreauiOa leu, rVilUaaK?aa,
J. B. Ifoatblt, Saa?y 8pr?B?v
n, Greenville and Picfauia coontie*. Poi further Information fffftc our rep
3urri?? or aAira? l*'ff>N GUANO COMP ANY, s'Vlnaton-Salcm. N. C.