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iy Goods and Shoes.
are now ready for Fall and Winter business, with a full
Dry Goods and Shoes. I did not go to market until
there had been Breaks in Prices. I found sellers
sell, and offering extra inducements to cash buyers.
osition to accept their offers I bought largely and
at er prices than for several seasons past. That
mea n buy your dry goods for less money than you
did My prices will be based on 8c cotton. No
more but the best branded goods wlll be sold for
5c. G deseason for 12%c. and i5c. now 10c.
Hea nel for i oc.
Hea * 0 $
The /s goods I have ever had and
for'es 0'r for less money.
; $1.25 a 1.00
the standard of Good hoes for little money.
ome and let us prove what we say.
A. K. Park,.
BARGAIN SA LES
The season of the year is at hand when you will need certain
goods-these goods we bought early in the season, and we closed
the deal only when we got the price right. We want only a small
profit, and we now offer you:
Heavy Fleece-Lined Under-Garments (for Men) per suit, 85c.
Extra-Heavy Close-Wove per suit, 95c.
Ladies' Underwear, medium weight, Fleece-Lined, per suit, 45c
Extra-Heavy Close-Wove Ladlies' Underwear, Fleece-Lined,
per suit, 95c.
Heavy Knit Brown Balbriggan Men's Underwear, per suit, 95c
Above goods in Children's sizes from 20c. to 50c.
We have a nice line of above goods in separate pieces at, per
garment, 25c. to 50c. In Dress Goods we have a line that can't
be beat. To see this line is to buy. Our line of Shoes has been
the wondet of the people and many folks in this county are now
we aring them in comfort and satisfaction. If we have your
niber you v Al save nionev, worry and corns by putting on a
pair from this stock. Thlit $1.25 "Mule-Skin" Woman's Shoe
has some been a seller, and we have just gotton in a new lot.
Come and see us before the stock is broken.
v., ..-.. ..vaym be. fmund at fIhn Old 8'aid prepareA
c ile LEAST MONEY. We tart) not
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IAN & CO.
woulan t-co s.
'lianking yon for your trade, and wishing p liiments of the season, we are
.N D. RICES,
Proprietor Norris Bargain House
NORRIS, S. G.
Newest Styess FineClothir
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
Our New Fall Suits and Overcoats are
so unusually attractive that no
printed description can.
do them justied:
The man who gives the matter of the selection of his Clothes careful ........
qonsideration will do well to pay us a visit and see the wonderful array
of handsome garments that we have had made by the Best Clothes
Makers in the world.
THE YOUNG CHAP THAT WANTS TO BE ORIGINAL-better
see the s-owing-the world loves winners-and you'll look every
ineh a "Winner" with one of our Superb Rex De-signed Adt Suils.
FASTImous DREuSSERiS who are PARTICULAR ABOUT THIEIR Cl.OTrIIES will ap.
preciate our oxtraordinary collection of Ready-to-Wear-hand-tai
lored clothes-priced so reasonably that it is within the reach of
every gentleman to dress becomingly at little cost
Economicui, too, for our prices are as low as otliers; OUR CLOTHES
* ARE BETTER.
RAIN-COATS -The sensible garment for mid-season or for any time -
-made of Priestly and other cloths. Worsreds and Clieviots in E
numerous styles, shapes and lengths-a light weight Overcoat
suitable for wet or dry weather-water-proof, yet dressy. In fact,
very handy the year round for theatre or other occasions.
Men's and Young Men's Furnishings in new shadcs......Greens, Olives, Greys, London Smoke
--every hue that Fashion ' dictates.
Handlers oft the Famous Scimoss Bit It 0. 0 - RUNEt n ur