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Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, February 16, 1921, Image 5

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OUR UNLOADING AND SURRENDERING PRICE
15 Lbs. Sogar for $1.00
TO ANY ONE CUSTOMER
MAKING A PURCHASE
OE 85.00 OR OVER ON
FRIDAY.
SA
i
TO ANY' ONE CUSTOMER
MAKING A PURCHASE
OE $5.00 OR OVER ON
SATURDAY.
Resumes Again with More Vigor and More Unheard of Bargains on
. I1 ' . . s- ?
Friday, February 18th, and Lasts Until Feb. 28th.
HILE many people have with much joy in their hearts reaped the fruit and shared the full benefit of
our last Sale in January, there were many times more people that gladly would have, but couldn't
avail themselves of the same opportunity and taJs e part in the most daring attack upon high prices,
because of the snow and the following rain that set in about the same time our last Sale took place. The
roads were too muddy for many hundreds of our many farmer friends to come out 'to that Sale. The un
favorable weather has actually deprived them of the opportunity our Sale has offered them to buy up their
needs atjowest prices. Always having a desire to servo and to please our many customers and again to
offer them the opportunity, that so many people have already availed themselves of in our former Sale.
FOR FRIDAY
Riverside Cotton Checks
IN DARK AND COLORS AND PRETTY
I?A TTElt NS-20-CE NT VA L U IO
- FOR FRIDAY ONLY
9I/2C
FER YARD.
(Ton Yartla to n Customer.)
We again resume our UNLOADING and SURRENDERING PRICE
SALE for ten days more. We still Htwe plenty goods of all Rinds.
You will still And our stocK clean an-i up-to-date, new and fresh,
dependable and assured of quality. No old stocK, no undesirable
goods that we want to worK off. No? No! This store has grown
out and built up a reputation for se? dependable merchandise,
and this reputation we intend to strengthen and to maRe it more
popular with this Surrendering Price Sale offering the same clean
and dependable goods at the lowe?! prices.
FOR SATURDAY
Outings
REST GRA.DE OUTINGS-THE KIND
THAT SOLD AT :iOc. A YARD
-EOR SATURDAY ONLY
12c.
PER YARD.
(Ton Yards to a Customer.)
Men'* Black Hese
WORTH NOT LESS THAN 2?C
SALE ERICE
9c.
Men's Work Shirt
MADE OE HEAVY CHAMBRAY,
- WORTH 91.25 -
SALE ERICE
69c.
Boys' and Misses'
KIDDED INION SUITS-(Sold
for 91*|I0 and over)-Now going
SALE PRICE
88
n's and Boys'
t EAVY SWEATERS
- $2.50 Values
SALE PRICE
$1.39
Ladies' All-Wool
SWEATERS-(Sold as high as
$7.50,
SALE PRICE
$3.98
Men's Ribbed
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
$1.25 Values, at
69c.
Shoes! Shoes!
BRING YOUR ENTIilE I'AMII.V TO THIS UNLOADING SALK
ANT) HUT Ul? ALL THE SHOES YOU NEED AT SURRENDER
ING PRICES.
$2.
98
WUvL BUY YOU A GOOD HHOF-formerly sold at $?.OO and
oven-consisting of leadles' Black Kid, Gun Metal Shoes
Solid lieathor-of the well-known PETERS' DIAMOND
BRAND SHOES.
LADIES* SHOES, formerly sold for $0.00
and over, at.
LADIES' SHOES, formerly sold for $8.00
and ovor, nt.
All (ho $11.BO and $12.50 Shoes going
In this Salo at.
LA ni KS' SHOES that sold for sn.oo and over
Now going at." .
$3.98
$4.95
$7.45
$5.95
ALL THE (TI I LOREN'S SHOES-ALL SIZES, UP TO SIZE 2
GOINO IN THIS SALE AT
$2.95, $3.45 and $3.95.
A Shoe Sale With a
Good Deed
IN ADDITION TO THE ALREADY REDUCED PRICES, WE
WILL ALLOW YOU, ON A PURCHASE OF ANY SHOE,
$ J .00 for Your Old Shoes.
Como In with your old shoos, buy a now pair, and wo will Cako
off $1.00 in rotura for your old shoos from tho purchase price,
which is already reduced to the rock bottom.
Tho old shoos of yours will bo turned over I ? the Toccoa Or
phanage, and they will'distributo thom among those people
who aro in need of shoes, but are not able to buy them.
-Remember the Date
SALE BEGINS
Friday, Feb, 18th
BLEACHING
"Frill! of Hie Loom"
A well-known Braud
?Oe. Value
SALL; PRICE
WAc.
SILKS
A very large ile lon
of .Wesnliiuv?, ?
Crepe do Onli
get (ea, $2.50 a M)
tirades, at
$1.43
LONG
COATS
For Ladies*
$29.50 and $35.00
values ar
SHEETING
SRA ISLA NT)
SHEETING,
:*0 inches wide, tit
91/2C
(IO Yds. to Customer.)
$14.
O
HICKORY SHIRTING
25c. Value, nt.
AMOSKEAG ROMPER CLOTH
35c. Value, at.
TUPELO CHEVIOTS- 1 Cl / o
Good Quality, 30c. Value, at. . I 0 y 2G i
DRESS GINGHAMS-All Fast
Colors-'SRc. Value, at.
I51/2C.
231/2C.
I8V2C.
WOO Ii SERGE-In Black and Q0#%
Navy-81.75 Value--at.3 O ? <
10 t PEPPERELL SHEETING- |)9Q
CIC.ICIUHI-s? $1.00 Value-at..
APRON GINGHAMS
Fast Colore-at.. ..
131/ic.
LONG
COATS
FOR MISSES,
$12.50 and $J?5.00
Values, a'
$5.98
SKIRTS
All-Wool Serge Skirts
in Hlack and Navy
Values up to $10.00, at
$4.98
"NO-NAME" If ATS
For Men, in prions
Colors-$7.50 \ allies,
SALE PRU Bj
$3.95
OVERALLS
For Mon--Best Grade.
A Good $3.00 Value
SALK PRICE,
$1.39
Westminster, S. C.
9
WILL HE PRICED IN THIS RIG UNLOADING SALE LO WEH
THAN EVER PRICED BY ANY ONE ELSE.
MEN'S WOOL SERGE SUITS, Good Value? at
925.00 and moro-Salo Price.
MEN'S and YOUNO MEN'S SUITS that sold for
$30.00 and $2)5.00-Now going at.
MEN'S SUITS-ALL WOOL-Good Values for
J?;tn.oo-Going In this Sale at.a.
MEN'S SUITS-Worth in other piares $ ?5.00
Going In thia Salo at.
$14.75
$19.75
$22.95
$29.45
Tr^ fi EJ E] !
THE FIRST TEN CUSTOMERS TO BUY A SUIT
WILL GET-ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE
EITHER A "NO-NAME" HAT or TWO DRESS SHIRTS,
or A PAIR OF DRESS SHOES.
Boys' Clothing
AT SURRENDERING PRICES.
BOYS' SERGE SUITS-Formerly sold nt $0.00
Salo Price nt.
BOYS' SERGE SUITS-Formerly sold nt $12.50
Salo Price at.
HOYS' CASHMERE SUITS-Formerly sold nt
$12.50-Salo Price at.
ALL-WOOL SERGE SUITS-$14.50 Values
Salo Price nt.
$6.85
$7.95
$7.95
$8.95
FREE!
WITH ? PURCHASE OF A BOYS' SUIT ON FRI
DAY OR SATURDAY, WE WILL GIVE-ABSOLUTELY
I' RIOIO OF CHARGE-AN EXTRA PAIR OF ALL-WOOL
SERGE KNEE PANTS.
Ladies' Wool Dresses
-AT
Half Price.

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