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Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, November 17, 1920, Image 5

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Men's, Ladies and Childrei
As this is the first Sale we have
most Price Wrecking Sale ever h(
see for yourself. We advise everj
needs for Fall and Winter. You c
again. ^5 Remember the date and
FRIDAY,
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AND WIL1
Thc people of Walhalla now have an opportunity
buy their Fall and Winter apparel at the "People's Store"
a big saving. Our unselfish action in sacrificing profits
meet public demand for lower prices and to help bring cc
ditions back to normal basis, has made this possible.
We did this so that you might buy when you m<
need your Fall and Winter apparel and at the same t ime
bc assured of one price to all.
Ladiest Shoes and
Stockings*
1 lot Ladies' Shoos, worth $8 to $10,
to RO for.$4.45
I lot I judio?* Stockings, well worth
25e., now. 10c.
1 lot Ladle?1 Shoes, worth $4, $5, to
go nt.$2.45
1 lot Men's Shoes, worth.$tt.45
I lot Mon's Work Shoes, worth $4 to
$5, going now nt.$2.05
1 lot Men's Hutton, Luce, (?un Metal,
worth $K und $10 pall*.$1.05
$12 and $14 Shoes to go In this Mg
Hale at.$8.05
Dig lot Men's High Top Shoes.$5.15
Dig Reductions on all Children's Shoes.
I Big Re
and ^
OVEltCO
$2 Overalls
$2.75 Over
$6.50 I oto
Dress
Hine ('limul
One lot Shi
Dress Shirt!
Flannel Shi
For just whatever some will give. No
thing reserved, ?zr Nothing held bacK.
Everything must be sold. J& We don't
care what they bring. J& One by one,
day by day, item by item, everything in
this Store will be offered and sold with
out regard to former cost or selling price.
Nothing can remain unsold. Now lit?: <t
to ?his-<-no matter what you have seen be
fore-no matter what sales have been-no
matter who, when, where or why. You
have never seen anything liKe this.
L. FAYONSKY,
Proprietor.
THE
lis Includes our Entire SU
ti's Ready=to=Wear, Gent':
attempted to put on, we shall ende,
sid in the city of Walhalla and vic!
r reader of this paper to take adv
iannot possibly go wrong to buy nc
place. & ??e
=s SALE STARTS 9 A. ?H.
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One Lot
Ladies' Sport Coats
Well Worth *3.50 and $4.00,
Special.$2?^
duetions on Men's
foung Men's and
oys' Clothing.
?ATS AT A GIVE-AWAY PRICE.
, suie price.$1.40
nils, salo pr I co.$2.20
n-Alls.$4.05
and Work Shirts
bray Work Shirts, $2 values. .?1.25
rt?, worth $2.$1.40
9, well worth $2.25.$1.50
Irtu, worth $2.$1.50
Under
Heavy Fleeced Underw<
worth $1.25, for . .
Mon's Ribbed Underwear,
going in this Hale f<
Men's and Hoys' Sweater
$2.50 to $3.00, goin
Ladies' Heavy Fleeced
well worth $1.75, [
1 lot Men's Half Hose, v
Outing, worth 30c, for ,
1 lot yurd-widn Sheeting
worth 30c, in this
1 lot Apron (/hecks, woi
1 lot Cheviots, worth 35<
1 lot Dress Oinghmu, w<
1 lot Dress Olnbham, woi
-COME IN
DURING THIS SALE
-AND
SAVE MONEY!
Remember the Date and Plac
Friday, Nov. 19th.
PEOPLE'S
3ck of
s Furnishings and Dry Goods.
ivor to make this the greatest and fore
nity. All we ask of you is come* and
antage of this opportunity to fill your
)w at a saving that will not be possible
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DAYS ONLY.
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A BIG SALE INDEED.
This is a call with a reason and purpose backed up by
the best goods that money can buy? Sale starts without any
postponement? Great crowds are coming, Men, Women and
Children will buy as they have never bought before. It ls
the tidal wave of prosperity within your reach? Let nothing
keep you back? The goods are marked plain and a big extra
force employed to show you them.
COME EVERYBODY.
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fj^1
wear*
Mir for Mon,
. 85c.
worth $1.50,
>r. 05c.
?H, well worth
g nt.$1.25
I Underwear,
?cr gnrmont. . . .$1.00
i ori li 25c. 10c.
, . '.. 20c.
X, best grade,
salo at. 15c.
.th SOC. yard. . . 18c.
B. yard. 20c.
?rttl H5c. yard. . 2ik\
rib 25c. yard. . . 15c.
Make i our
DOLLAR
Go a Long Way.
Best grade Apron Gingham, tho 35c.
and 40c. grades.'. 2??C.
1 lot Half HOMO, 25c. values. 10c.
1 lot I .lidies' Hose, 25c. values. lOe.
Blankets and Comforts of host weighty
worth $5 to $7, now.... $?.50 and $4.25
Come and See for Yourself.
e.
Ordinary Sales come and go liKe the
changea of the moon-this is different.
This is one distinctive extra-ordinary out
of the usual sale of your natural lifetime.
Never have you seen. Never has any
thing occured of its equal in this vicinity.
You are not going to pass this opportunity.
Most everybody will get their share. Are
you? These bargains are different than
what is usually handed to you during
sales. Prepare yourself, and come to the
People's Store expecting to get real Bar
gains and you will not be disappointed.
STORE
WALHALLA,
S. C.

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