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Is turning upon its hinge!
fashion for Fairfield couni
the most seasonable and i
better off, if you only gra!
from letting an opportuni
These are the essential qualities in
who wants the best that can be prot
the ones who have not investigated
disproving what we say and you wi
stock is by far the largest we have
ton Brown & Co., etc. Handsome si
Special attention called to our Men's
old price to you. Men, women and (
is brim full of Silks, Dress Goods, W
larger quantity than ever before. V
department. They will find here a
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WE INVITE ALL THE MEN AND) L
; and each day's arrival of Spring Goods her
,y increases the opportunities for Men, Woir
nost stylish dress. The opportunity is your
;p it. Do not let yourself be the victim of
ty pass you by. Now is the time, this the pl
CLOTHES OF T E HOU
To be of the world, a part of it, a man must be in
step with the tilmes.
Clothes are one of the most important factors in the
make=up of the twentieth=century man.
With the traditions and the customs to which so
many makers of clothes for men still cling we have no
We're Clothiers of Today
In our Spring Suits are incorporated every knack,
vagary and trend of fashion in single and double=
The fabrics are new and come in a diversity of color
schemes and weaves, smooth surface and undressed
worsteds, cheviots in plain or fancy designs, cassimeres,
etc., in new tones and effects.
$5.00 up to $30.00
There are many comfortable and satisfactory stop=
ping places all along the line in between these prices.
We want to interview the man looking fora Spring Suit.
I, D U R ABI LIT Y a n
the shoes sold at this shoes centre. The particular man
luced in shoedomn can get just what they are looking for r
our claims about the superiority of our shoes. Turn on t11
11 be disappointed. Style, Fit, Quality and Prices are the
~ver carried, and embraces those particular makes==Bion
tyles of high grade shoes in Calf Skin, Patent Kid and Gu
Oxfords and Ladies' Slippers. Our shoes cost us more tha
:hildren should come here for their shoes, if they want thi
R DRY GOODS .DEPARTME]
ash Goods, White Goods and Waistings. They are all he
(e want the ladles of Fairfield county to come and see fo
ost attractive lime and they will certainly be well please
A SURE PROTECTION
That old household name, "Jane Hopkins", on a Boy's Suit is a sure pro
tection all around. It protects the parent against buying anything but the
real, genuine article and in getting Pall worth for his money, It protects the ~
boy against that feeling of not being well dressed like other boys and grown
men. They make the parents proud of their boys and the boy proud of him- I
self. Parents protect their boys by fitting them up in Jane Hopkins Suits,
w hich are only sold in Winnsboro by us. Come here for your boy's suit, and if '
you can not come, send him along and we will fix him up all right.
SB. Stetson is the one word that stands for the perfect hat in both
Sie. A big shipment of these most popular hats to arrive about
- a n i! do mighty well to wait till these come in, if you want
a be what you would have it. Prices $4.00 and $5.oo. A splen
- ear s :t $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Very attractive these. You will be
th our offerings in Straw Hats. Let us have a part in crowning you.
tiful Colored Vests also.
A NEW IDEA--The Coat Shirt that opens in front just like a coat. TheI
nobbiest Thing in shirts yet out.
AT HA LF PRICE--Forty-five dozen Men's One Dollar Sljirts for Only Fifty
Cents Each. A big bargain pick=up that our buyer made in New York, and
that will mean money saved to you, if youa are only wise enough to act before
the other fellows all get ahead of you. No chance to duplicate this opportunity.
HOW IS THiS?--old Woolen Mills Service' Pants. Made on a farm in
Kentucky where they raise the sheep, shear the wool, spin the yarn, weave the
clothi, and make the pants. Ever-y pair guaranteed. New pair if fade or shrink
from washing. Most popular where mnostL used. Best pants bargain on the market.
AD)IES OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY TO COME AND INSPECT OUR STOCK. WE Wi
WELCOME AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT TO ALL.
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that remorse tt comes
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