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That Sells the Best for Just a Little Less
Has inaugurated the greatest merchandising event of 1914. Think of it!
The Corner Store's stock of about $18,000 worth of splendid merchandise
to go at prices that will stagger competition. We name a few items to
point the way:
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES !
20 pairs of Children's Shoes to go at 25c. a pair.
20 pairs of Misses' Shoes to go at 50c. a pair.
50 pairs of Ladies' Shoes to go at 75c. a pair.
50 pairs of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes to go at 98c. a pair.
50 pairs of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes to go at $1.00 a pair.
15 yards 36-inch best grade Sea Island for $1.00 <$ 30 yards 36-inch Sheeting for
Pretty Fresh Crisp, all the best known brands, go in this sale at
7 3-4 cents the yard
DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS!
-Poplins, Reps, Ratines and Suitings, ail to go at -iffe - - -
16 1-2 cents the yards
27-inch Seco Silks to go at - 13 1-2 cents the yard
36-inch Messaline Silks to go at - 79 cents the yard
Several odd lines of Fancy Silks, worth up to $1.25 a
yard, to go at 79 cents the yard
Ladies' Seamless Hose, black only, to go at 8c. a pair
Children's School Hose, black only, to go at 10c. a pair
Ladies' Seamless Lisle Thread, black only, to go at
19 cents the pair
>. . Towels, Table Linens and Napkins all Come in at .Reduced Pri?es
$7.98 buys a.- - - $12.00 Cloak
498 buys a -. - - - -.10.00 Cloak
$3.98 buys a.$7.50 Cloak
?2.98 buys a nice Child's Cloak
I SUITS! SUITS! SUITS! I
H Only a few left, but they go at about half their usual price |j
II The truth is, we are simply up against it and need money, and wish to impress the fact that we will jp|
pl never be undersold, no matter how others price you you will find our prices lower. The sale is to continue ||
S until we clean up, pay up, and start life anew. Come early, bring the cash, and get the pick* for we simply bg
m mean to clean out, and feel that the buying public know that as it is so near Christmas they will be more ||
gi benefitted by this slaughter of seasonable merchandise. Of course we can't charge at the sale prices; all m
JU charges will be made at the regular prices. No goods on approval at the sale price, but your money back if m
Ul the items purchased is not as you expected. Come in, look things over, and if you purchase, do so feeling ||
Ul that you are'with home folks and not strangers. M
I THE CORNER STORE J
j! W. H. Turner, Proprietor ^ ^ Edgefield, South Carolina ||