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On the fourth of October, 1907, we will have been with you for seven ye
we were lucky to pitch our tents with you, and we are going to celebrate the
2...-.. Mllinery and
We are going to show to you such a stock as never before was opened to the
charge of the Millinery department of our business, has just returned from t
newest and best of all, for your trade. WE HAVE THESE GOODS and w
stale and inferior goods elsewhere. We like you, and we hope that you all
ber 4th and 5th, for on these days we are going to serve the "Matchless" coff
ted "Copyright" Flour, manufactured in Indiana, the home of unsurpassed wh
enough for anyone. ALL are invited. Please accept this as a special invitat
What do you want?
* We have it for you.
From Ready=to=wear to Picture Hats.
A full line of the newest Gage shapes.
Ready-to-wear llats-Very, very handsome. But we are so anxious to
hav- you wear them that the price is cut in two.
Many styles and shapes never before shown in this section. All very sty
lish. All very reasonable.
We will give you ideas, and help you carry them out. Miss Gaston has
seen all the novelties. She places her taste and experience at your
service. We have only the best of materials. You cannot help
but be pleased.
Now while we stop for lunch The Coffee is Matchiess
The flour is Copyright
The Baking Powder is Horsford's
iThe shortening is Wesson's Cookin
Now don't (e t Jealous .
you men, but we want to have a heart-to-heart talk with the -
Ladies. You may listen but don't butt in. Keep still, look
pleasant and pull out your purse when pay time comes.
NOW LAIDIES--Every word that we have told you about R ef ri
the Millinery and Dress Goods is true, but not, the whole truth CARPETS
for we have not room to tell it. RUGS
While we cannot hope ini the short space available in an ad MAINU
vertisement, to even mention the many good things that we OLNOTHU
have in store for you, we must call attention to a few. DUG
We have to show you, the finest and most complete line of LININGS
Queen Quality shoes ever brought here--and that is saying a'
great deal. All of them are the latest lasts and styles. WVhen
wvearing these shoes you will aiways be comfortably and be-\
comingly booted. These shoes are made to fit the feet, and EVI
so they last a long time and and retain their shape. We alsoH
have other grades and styles to fit every kind of foot and
As to the little ones. We have everything needful to outfit B E T
them for home or school. Our stock of childrens clothing is
very strong, and the shoes simply wvont wvear out. They just
have to chop them up to get rid of the old Ones5 when they Wno
get too small. They outgrow them instead of wearing thenm hades
out. Hats, Caps, Overcoats, cloaks, in fact everything to CURaNS
make them comfortable, for week clay or Sunday. POTEE S
Now we have a sure enough surprIse. \Ve are going to SCREENS
present to every lady who visits our store on the 4th and 5th PICTURES
of October, a special domestic cyclopddia, that we are having Ornaments
prepared speci'ally for you. Every word of it will be useful Stve a
to you. It would pay you to take a iong trip just to get this OO
book. This will be the only chance that you wvill ever have -fIII
to get it We are only having a few hundred made. If xu II
you do not get one now before the supply is exhausted you U U
wvill never have one, as it is a book that we are havin2 p re
pared specially, at large expense, and it can be obtained at no
other time or place.
n H EA TH-BRUCE-N
irs. Without claiming to be seventh sons of seventh
event with a GRAND OPENING of our new stock of i4.,i &%A vv inter
inspection of the people of this section Miss Mayme Gaston, who is to have
lie north where she has visited the principal wholesale houses, sesrching out the
are going to show them to you and will sell them just as cheply as you can get
like us, and so we are going to ask you to break break bread with us on Octo
ee (which is a blend of Mocha end Java) with hot bread made from the celebra
eat. There will be plenty of good old Piedmont butter, and that is good
[on to YOU.
R SS.. GOODS.
SARANETTE===The Old and The New-==KHAKI o
Our uanothaers wore it. Our clildren wear it.
White Goods. Black Goods,
Every color of the rainbow, in every fabric under the sun.
Soie-de-Chiiie. the filmy silk of far-away China, and Cotton Jeans made
in South Carolina. The Woolens and Serges of England and Scotland, or
the Velvets and Silks of France and Belgium. The cloth of Holland and
the weave of Spain. Ireland and Italy furnish Lace and the Ribbons come
from Paris, France and Patterson, N. J. We have brought to your dojr
what others have to journcy from Dan to Beersheba to procure.
Just to celebrate and also to show you that it can be done, we have whit
tied down prices until in some places they have almost disappeared.
A It is all cooked on a Other Items in
N Blue Flame Wickless STOVE the Bill bacFafr
g Oil Number 3 Perfect STOVE A SURPRISE
What shall we say to the men? We dont know where
to begin. Well, we have everything that you need about
j POLE the house or farm, or that you naed personally. From gla
i POLEL ziers tax to hay presses we can
We are now opening uip thehl
clothing that we have ever sho
next to nothing to $25.00 the su.
Orat~rSmake up your mind as to what you want, we can give it
to you, and when it comes to a matter of shoes, it seems
Furniture that we have bought all that ever wvere made. There -are
DISHES Crossett's shoes for men-the best ever. Then we have heavy
CUTLERY shoes for. the field. The kind that never get tired: to wvalk in
Glass Ware them is a pleasure, they seem to go by themselves. If your
TINWVARE hands wear them they will cover twice as much ground in
NAPERY a day. It will make the old mule tired but the work will be
We buy all kinds of produce, and cotton and pay the high
est prices. We would rather pay 15~ cents than any less, and
\/you cannot get too good a market to suit us. We are here
ogive the highest market price for everything raised on the
farm, and if we can help the market, that is what we want to
NGdo. We are here to do business and we are doing it. We
ahink that this is going to be one of the greatest business years
VEE N of the history of our country, and we have prepared fog it.
We have bought much more heavily than even in former years
and every inch of our 34,250 square feet of floor space is piled
high with goods all new and up to date stock.
TRUNKS We cannot go into detail, but it dont matter whether it is
VALISES something to work with, to wearor or to eat or (if you are a
AAGS youg man) to give to your hest crir1-yrou kon'w you must not
SUIT CASES eat her eve . .*~:.
Umbrellas that we ha' '
SHALL Now we
STRAPS our openin~
id R anges we want y. ~ e jan you ~o ry ta e nu
out such a yell for this coffee and flour that the wvomen folks
P E0Lwillbuy it just to keep you qluiet. And by the way, we want
to say another word to that young fellow. Come and bting
your best girl. It will pay you, and she will get some
.~"wrinkles" about housekeeping that wvill help to make you
comfortable through life you cant afford to miss it.
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