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* ~WE ARE bi3trr
The Mecca of Every Xmas Buyei
Every 13th purchase of Men's Hats or Shoe
No purchaser to be,informed of hit or h(r g
Last Call for Pattern Hats.
The season has advanced to its climax. The great tidal waves of
reductions is overwhelming this department, submerging in it the
-very depth of low pricer. A few more grand opportunities
at $1,98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.25.
Our Clothing Department.
Presents the greatest opportunity of the season to buy just what you
want at the time you want it and at the price you would like it.
$5.oo Suits are being closed out regardless of profit.
Suits $3.98 to $25.00. Original price $5-00 $35.00.
This store is a member of the Retail 1erchin
parties dealing with us will be entitle4 to all ti
Froml Now Till January 1st
everything mentioned, it is true that n
goods, and will be a treat to the buying
and have the whole of winter to use th"e
make such prices and turn the good s
them over another season..
Men's Work & Dress GLOVE~S.
Soc. Work- Gloves, sells at 50c, a pair, for 36c. Don't miss this opp>r
0VE1 ROATS We have a few Overcoats left that -~
* Good heavy Water-Proof Coat, weAll
hnting and horse-swapping, or rainy days, sells regular for $2.75 pa
WE s AR MOIG CL TH N In ahurr,buthave
OUR TOC 0 I ~ Ii II~madle on Men's Pat
Scrap Bundles for Quits.-We have about 5o Sera: Bundles, g
Shoes l,ot Misses' Kangaroo Shoes, 13 to 2's, worth $i
hoes. TClose out for $1.25- 1 lot i50 pairs Ladies'Dr
in small sIzes, 3 to 4's, ranging in price $i.oo to $2.60. Good value<
$350, for $2.60. Dress Shoes for Men. We are going to put in a s
Dress Shoes tha t wiJl interest you. Pattern Leatier, Giun Metal and
and $p2-75. i lot A. G. Hynd's soft every-day Shoes, regular price $
miay feel sure that the middle-man's profit has -been'cut out.
FURITUj1 ^ew more o those god Oak Dr,
RN I TU* sacrifice. PLATES.-We arp ma
FIRE-DOGS.-Don't use rock or brick when you can get a nice set
Don't fail to mak~e our Store you.r
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PI SRIl n'o"g 1
Thsis thA.e POSIttion . Read Otefually 1
3 will receive one atj ore one, pair of Shoes -abiolutely, free,,
0o)d Joick unti) INhe purchiase -price i's tep&_ered to the cashier
9= a 1Ladies Su et.Wontwn
ak, all the laest s,yle. d n t th . 250 Ladies
bw ~~A besl eoe& a49 t 7
Men s Shoes. Men s Hats
EvTsister 13t rcase inthes Rwodatetswl b~efpreneyte
wciv a Hat op o pair of Ss absolutely free present
sis, Crossett and. Dizer Copeland Shoo for men, $3 to $5.r
SThe celebrated NO, NAMre HAT in all late models, $3.
t AsRoimtion for the next three months, d o?.o town
b Awfias t;a k derived as advtrtised by the And bron.
n-ville, S. C
.r 13th p srt i es e m ente wlo w b e rete
wiw isathalvery pair of She absoutynge seaassntorouc
sisWe Crasieth aDt Cophat ish te for us t<> $.
inoTah eebate NO loss, thaTn aate hodthem over
tmt o ies, a forea t<hme oext threep mofnthm. dOvtcf't
arN4.2 wl t e ivedu a2.3 a ter-Proof byts ste Afor woauin
N-Se T sutGtolseot,$.8,ut
fthyft. youOne the art iclr es menoe (Peer'l-F rWearwot
p aly geon DrssSoe,awl make prices thau t sold oe'
BClf. to Fieanuree Water hos, aotsh l $ ow rices
i2 nto $2a5, evncos out-5 If loss puhase to harod themove hero
ssers Bthati aremav WorkGoeswellsaonevimerywpt ahero $to payr, to close
kmg so a nterestin price rso id les, nd l eg fula hatv e r pair forany.Hav
head oi Gi,as e murn th e alane of thear