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Never before was each and every department of our store more complete than just now. We
have prepared for Christmas Shoppers and we feel safe in saying that we can fill your every need.
"Old Santa" has been on his way for some time and he knew where he was going, most assuredly, he
did of course. He was headed for Ouztsville, and believe us, he has deposited in our store the most
complete and varied assortment ever shown other than in the larger cities.
Fruits, Nuts and Candies of all kinds. Fire
works of every description. Toys, Dolls,
Vases, Chinaware and valuate gif ts for older
people. Our displays which we have care
fully arranged together with the assistance of
our large salesforce will suggest to you what
to purchase and this will make buying easy.
iGOOD THINGS TO GIVE1 We wantyoU to COme to See US Rain 0r
Shine. We have prepared for the rush by adding several salesmen to our salesforce and we propose
to serve you quickly and no one will have TO WAIT.
We are going to give away ABSOLUTELY FREE to each and every lady visiting
our store from Saturday December 16th through Saturday December 23rd, and pre
senting the Coupon as shown below, one piece of nice Glassware. Positively there
is no strings tied to this proposition. Simply you cut the Coupon and hand it to us
nd we give you the Gla^^ /?^cent Ql^gt. Each lady jnust
ar it?ie^ COUPON.
This coupon when cut from our Xmas advertisement and presented to us
at our store by a lady at any time from Saturday, December 16, through
Saturday, December 23, will entitle the holder to one piece glassware FREE.
We still have numbers of dining chairs to give away. Trade only
m $10 in cash and one is yours. Remember this offer expires
SPECIAL NOTICE! January 1st.
Our Market Tuesday at Noon December 12th
Cotton 9.c Cotton Seed, in cash, 24c in trade 27c. Turkeys 15c per
Eggs 27 l-2c per dozen. Chickens from 20c to 35c each. Highest prices
for seed cotton in money beginning Friday Dec. 15. Be sure and bring
us your remnants.
W. M. & J. T. Ouzts Co.
POSTOFFICE KIEKSBY, S. C.