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Beginning Thursday, October 15th, 1914 !
and Continuing for Ten Days. And let us say at the
outset that we intend to make this a sale
Long to be Remembered
Don't] lay this paper aside without reading every line, for it means much to
you,fand much to us; therefore, we will call it a Mutual Benefit Sale.
Read These Plein Facto
We planned for a big trade this fall, and bought a very heavy stock of Dry
Goods|[and Shoes. The European war has knocked our plans higher than
ptWe must have money to pay for these goods. We know that money is
scarce this fall, and it behooves every one to make it go as far as possible? "~
We know that cotton is low and money scarce. We know also that we
are overstocked with goods, and are compelled to turn them into money, so j
we will SACRIFICE the Goods.
Having decided on the above plan you can rest assured that we are going
to put on one of the Greatest Cut-Price Sales ever known in Edgefield.
S Every one who has ever visiJ ,d our store knows that we handle nothing
j but the best merchandise.
Om Goods are Clea
Hundred of customers will remember our Red Letter Sale last July, when they found everything just as
When we advertise to cut prices we mean just what we say. Our reputation is at stake. We can't afford
to misrepresent anything, or to use any fake methods to get you to trade with us.
We tell you frankly that this is an opportunity of a life time. When you see the goods and prices you
will have to corless that you never expected to see the time when you could buy Fresh, New Dry Goods and
Shoes, at the very beginning of the season, at such low prices.
We have cut the prices so low that those who have cotton can sell at the present price, and b y the same
quantity of goods that they co ld with 10 cents cotton before we made the reductions.
Nothing Reserved. This is a Clean Cut Slaughter Sale of Everything in the Store
We wont confuse you by quoting prices, but simply ask you to come Thursday if you can, if not come any
day before the sale closes. We don't ask you to buy unless you are convinced that we can save you money.
Remember this Sale Begins Thursday, October 15th, and Continues Ten Days
Don't buy until you see
our goods and ?et our
prices. Take our advice
and get your simply of
Dry Goods and Shoes dur
in<r tins sale*
Edgefield, South Carolina
Be sure you get to our
Store. Next door to
Eamsey & Jones