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Beginning Friday, January 28tht and Continuing Through to
Saturday, February I2tk
Prices will be cut to the quick in a great effort to convert much of our stock into cash to meet business
demands. We have got to have the cash-that is all there is to it. ^ We are losing our profits in
order to get the cash. & In many instances we are losing; heavily in selling articles at the prices named.
But the goods have got to be turned into cash, and our loss will be gain to those who take advantage of
our necessity. # ^ # ^ ^ ^
The First Three Ladies
who make purchases Friday amount*
in g $5.00 each will be presented,
absolutely free, with a Handsome
Lady's SKirt, each well worth the full
amount of the cash purchase that en
titles the purchaser to this handsome
'Men's Dress Shifts,
MIMI'- Dress Shirts, worth $i?50, for 700.
Men's p'rojR? ftltirts, svorfch *2 IO .ps, for -v i .25.
Mon'* Klahnoi Btiirts? worth $2 50, for $1.10.
Men's Heavy Blue Chambray Work
Shirts, worth $2, for 95c.
Big lot Men's Overalls, all sizes to 44, at 95c.
Men's Underwear, heavy weight,
fleece-lined, Salo Price, 49c.
Suit Cases and Trunks
Big lot Snit Casos, sold nt $2, now $1.15.
Big lot Trunks at your own price.
One lot Mon's Hats, only $1.00.
One lot Men's lints, all shades, formerly
sold for $4 and $5, now $2.45.
Ties and Socks.
Special Big Lot of Men's Neckties, worth $1.00,
Now going for.45c. each.
Men's Socks, worth 25c., for 10c. Also, Ladies'
Stockings at.10c. pair.
Ladies' Waists, $1.50 values, for.05e.
Ladies' $4.50 Silk Waists, for.$2.05
One lot Silk Camisoles, $1.25 values, for.45c.
Ladies' Sweaters, $7.00 to $9.00 values, going
during this sale at.$3.05
Blankets and Comforts.
One lot Blankets, formerly sold at $4.00, now.$2.15
One lot Blankets, formerly sold at $0.00, now.$8,05
Comforts that formerly sold at $4.00, now.$2.1."?
Comforts that formerly sold ai $5.00, now.$3.40
Suits at a Big Saving.
$45 and $50 Suits-your choice for $27,50.
Big lots Suits, well worth $35 and $40, to go at $22.50.
$25 and $30 Suits, in the latest models, at $ J 7,50*
One lot Men's and Young Men's
Suits, well worth $25, to go at $13.95.
Lot J-Boys' Suits, sizes 4 to 8,
formerly sold at $6, to go at $2.95.
Lot 2-Boys' Norfolk Suits, sizes 4 to 8,
formerly sold al $3, to go at $5.45.
Lol :;;.Boys' Suits, shes 8 to 17,
formerly sold pl^to $12, to go at $6.VD,
Lot 4 - Boys' Suits, Blue Sergty Worsteds,
Cassimere - all o' the latest
designs, formerly sold at $ 15, to go at $8.95.
One lot Men's Overcoats, worth
from $10 to $12, going at $5.95.
Overcoats that formerly sold at $20, for only $12.95.
Men's Pants, well worth $3, going at $1,75.
Men's Pants, weli worth $5, going at $2.95.
Men's Pants, well worth $7, going at $3.95.
Men's Pants, well worth $9, going at $5.95.
Men's Pants that formerly sold
at $10 and $12, to go at $6.95.
Boys' and Men's Pants.
1 Lot Boys'Pants,all sizes, special price from 50c to $1.50.
Big lot Men's Corduroy Pants,
well worth $5, for only $3.25.
Big lot Men's Odd Coats, worth $8 to $10, for $3.95.
Also, lot Boys' Odd Coats, to go at $1.95.
Ladies' Coat Suits.
Ladies' Coat Suits, all sizes, that sold this
season from $25 to $35, for only $9.95.
Big lot Ladies' Dresses, in Serge and
Poplins, worth from $12 to $15, to go at $4.95.
Lot of Ladies' Skirts, that sold from $8 to $10, for $3.95.
Big lot Ladies' Coats, worth $22.50, to go at $9.95.
Big lot Ladies' Coats, worth $30, to go at $12.45.
Big lot of Children's Coats, sizes 3 to 8, going at $2.45.
Big lot of Children's Coats, sizes 8 to 12,
formerly sold at $8 to $10, going tit $8.95.
Our New Manager, i s desirous o f
meeting and becoming acquainted
with the Trading public of Oconee,
and this Great Reduction Sale will
enable bim to meet and make staunch
friends out of those who take advant
age of it.
MerVs Dress Shoes.
Mon's Dross Shoe*, Black and Tan, worth $6.00, foi $3.00
Moirs Dre S.b< os, Black only, worth $7.50, for, . . ,$5,4:0
Min's Dress Shoos, ( Beacon/) Bl tick and Tun,
Worth $10.00, for.$<>.0.">
Men's Dross ?hous, Dark Tun, worth $J 2.50, for , . . ..$8.05
Special-Men's High-top Shoes, formerly sold
at $10.00, for.$4.45
Special-Men's Scout Shoes, worth $5.00, for.$3.45
Ladies" High-top Dress Shoes.
American Girl Shoes, in Dark Tan, Black and
Gray, worth $12.50, for.$7.45
Ladies' Dress Shoes, worth $7.00, for.$4.75
Ladies' Heavy Gun Metal and Box Calf Shoes,
worth, $5.00, for._$3.45
OF ALL KINDS GOING FOR LESS THAN PRESENT
COST. BE SURE TO SEE THE SPECIAL
BARGAIN COUNTER OF SHOES,
ALL STZES AND KINDS,
$1.05 and $2.45.
One lot Apron Gingham, worth 20c, for. 9c.
One lot Apron Gingham, worth 35c, for.15c.
One lot. Cheviots, worth 45c, for.18c
One lot Checks, worth 35c, for.15c
Good Dress Gingham, worth 50c, for.19c
Best Percale, 36 inches wide.20c.
One lot yard-wide Bleaching at.19c.
Best Outing, dark and light colors.12 l-2c.
One lot Unbleached Sheeting, 36* inches wide,
per yard.12 l-2c.
AH-Wool Serge, 36 inches wide, worth $2.00, for_$1.20
One lot Serge, 36 inches wide, per yard.95c
One lot Ribbon, Black and Colors, wide and nar
row, per yard.5c
Men's Sweaters, worth $2.00, for.00c.
Men's Sweaters, worth $2.50 and $3.00, for.$1.25
This Sale Begins
Friday Morning, January 28th, 9 O'clock,
??fe and Will Close Saturday Night, Feb. lath. e#
L. Fayonsky, TUL PtflPI L V VlOBt Walhalla,
PEOPLE S STORE,