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Biggest = Broadest -Legitimate and Most Commanding Event Ever Staged
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February 3d, Ends February 21st, 1921,
I HAVE A
II have something important to tell those of you who want to make every dollar do double duty, I 8
am a hunter of bargains-not men. ^ <jt ^ > ^ ^ & ll
"Come," said Mitchell <SL Reeder, "Help us put on a sale that will be the one big. startling sensation of the season-a H
sale so full of human interest that it will be the talK of the thrifty for days to come. TaKe charge of our stocK-hunt high ll
and low-from top to basement-delve into boxes--under covers 'into shelves-here--there--everywhere-unearth bar- I
gains-find goods that the people will want. Then slash-smash- .laughter the price, forgetting the cost, as we want to ii
make this sale a record breaker-so if cutting the heart out of prices will bring results, we will stand bacK of you, no if
matter what the cost may be." _ li
I asKed, "May I sell at the present wholesale price of these goods-that is, not what you may have paid for them, but fl
what they are worth at to-day's wholesale replacement prices?" ||
"Yes," was the answer, "you may go the limit." M
I have taken MitcKell ?EL Reeder at their word. If you will read carefully this advertisement ?
you will see what remarkable-what wonderful bargains- -I have discovered and how unmercifully I fl
have cut the price, with never a thought of the cost. ? have smashed prices as they never have been i
smashed before in Westminster and will save you moro 0-w d American Dollars than ever believed possible. m
Come and ?oe how far you can stretch tho purchasing power of a dollar. Every article in this big 1 ?
stock has boen reduced to wholesale, and it would tali ? , ny pagos io list the thousands o? Money- 1 m
ll Saving Opportunities that await you here. (Signed) EDGAR ALLYN COLE, Sales Mgr. 1
16 Days Selling That Will Beat All Records.
You Can't Af
ford to Miss lt.
Headlight and earhart
Urunda (that's enough fl? -1 "7fi
and $-1.00 val
$2.50 Heavy (hay
MEN'S RIBBED WINTER
Mayo mid other muk?s, 7Qo
$1.50 value, at .I J bi
1 1 i EI : < TO - HIN IO 1 > UNDERWEAR.
Men's Two-piece Fleece
Underwear, rcgu?ai' P?flp
$1.25 value, at.?U?i
M ION'S WORK HANTS
Which ?vere sold at $1.00 pi
pair, ?re now to he
HOYS' IM NTS
Will leave this sale as if on
for only .
Pony Brand, ull sizes and styles.
You know tho value of these
Clothes for Boys
BUSTER BROWN SHOES
for Children. This is your chance.
Il AU?' OFF.
For Men mid" Boys. You all know
what they aro. Going, (PP AQ
going, GONE, at.4>Ui*tO
For Mon. Wo don't nood to de
scribe them. Tliey speak
AH shades and Patterns,
ands of yards to go at,
per yard .
During ono (1) hour, euell day,
from 2 until 3 o'clock, WO will sell
10 yards of this Goods
at, per yard .Ubi
For Imdles. All Styles, and Just
the kind or Leather you like the
most"-with prices smashed to
You Know the Rest.
BE HERE EARLY!
W R I E. !
COME AT OUR I
On all pu reluises of Twonty-Fii
pay your Railroad Faro ROTH WA
your ticket-THAT'S A I di.
TO S SE.
milnes or moro we will
.lust show tho cashier
HELP ! !
If you think you can give nv B;
job. Our prices will do the soiling.
roods, come and got a
A -k tho Manager.
STORE WILL m CLOSED
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY-TIGHT-While I arrange
tlie Stock and Slaughter tho Prices. Goods'wUl be thrown
on tables, hung on racks, thro wi ie bins, etc., to make ex
amination and choosing easy, and lo handle THE GREAT
EST CROWDS THIS TOWN HAS KV HR SEEN at a Salo.
^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3d, J92L j?
ONE-CENT RATH TOvVELS.
To tho first Fifty "Women entering tho Store ou our
OPENING DAY, FEBRUARY 3d, nt I tl O'clock, wo will soil
1 p A LARGE SIZE BATH TO WI H FOR ONLY 1 -
lui Bo hero early and push your wray in. Hurry I vi
or YOU WILL MISS THIS CHANCE.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
during our Salo there will be given, ll RS OL UTE LY FREE,
MANY VALUA BUK ' 1FT8,
On tho FIRST FIVE BOYS' Si ItS SOLD during tho
OPENING DAY OF THE SALE, ive iv?J (rive, FRIO 10, n pair
of SHOES TO FIT THE BOY.
DURING THIS .SALE A UL PURt IL1 KS MUST BIO CASH.
ALL PURCHASES FIS A1 WE WILL
LIBERTY BONDS - LIBERTY BONDS
AT FACE VALUE WILL BE [TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Lot No. 1.
. . S> I idU
Lot No. 2.
Sold for $3.75 per
-ILA IN COATS
Mon's. These Cont? havo been selb
lng right along for $8.50, but now,
for a few days, you can
get ono for.
A lot of Ladles' Underwear, two
piece garments. Sold for 00A
$1.00 per garment-Now. . 0 J v ?
Lot No. 1.
Wo are going to sell this lot ot tho
lowest price in years-or for years
to come. Sold for Of* "7Q
IiOt. No. 2.
Come and seo for yourself that in
this lot there aro genuine bar
gains. Sold for
$:to.oo-Now . . .
Dress. Sold for 25c. Cost us 18c,
and we are giving it to QI / 0
you for only .Oy^Ui
Let the Break
id?i leslies VJTO?
Ladies' Short Couts-Sold for $<?
Hero is your chance
Pay us .
Ladies' Ixmg Couts. Sold for $10,
Now-while they last
Going nt .
LADIES* COAT SUITS,
Sold for $17.50 and $20.00
Black, Blue, White or Brown
Eight nu ir? to the eus- ^ -j QQ
LADIES' WORK SHOES.
A few dozen pail's. Kanguroo
Space docs not allow us to givo
you any moro prices, but wo havo
thousands of Bargains in all lines.
Dress Goods, Silks, Threads, But
tons, Corsets, Ribbons, Polish Caps
and Shirts, Collars-in fact,
everything is at the lowest prices
thinkable. Don't forgot tho Store.
You can't forgot tho PRICES.
Wo will keep you advised regard
ing prices from timo to time.
MITCHELL & RIOEpER.
I MITCHELL & REEDER, I
I WESTMINSTER, (Edge Your Wax IA) SOUTH CAROLINA. I