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Beginning Tuesday mornin
lower than the lowest. We
January Prices which posit
one-third per cent. to the g
store, and if we can't rove
money, then go elsewhere.
Dress Goods and Silks
That We Sell for Less.
Black Broadcloth, Henrietta, and Amurer
Cloth that sells for $1.25, for 84c. yd.
Black and colored Mohair, Serge, Venetian
and Melrose, sells for 65c.,%for 45c. yd.
Black Panama and Mohairs, sells for 35c.,
for 22 1--2c yd.
Mixed Suiting, 46 in. wide, worth and sells
for $1.00, for 49c. yd.
The best Covert Cloth, worth and sells for
65c., for 45c. yd
56 in. Mount Pele Suiting,.stands the storm,
sells for $1.00, for 59c. yd.
54 in. English Broadcloth worth the world
over $1.35, for 90c. yd. -
54 in. English Broadcloth, worth the world
over $1.00, for 75c. yd.
24 in. Sllk Shirt Waist patterns, changeable
effects, these goods were bought at a low price.
and are worth 75c. and $1.00 yd. We sell
them at the half price notch, only 45c. yd.wr
36 in. Changeable and Black Taffeta, th
$1.25, for 97c. yd.
36 in. Black Peau de Sole, worth $1.50, for
Coats and Jackets.
We don't intend- to have any one of these left
if prices and quality will move them. We,, are
selling a $6.50 Tan Crt for $3.89 each. I
Gcod Cloth Capes 39c. each.
Positively no goode
This Dream Won Out. Jn mt ln h
Brool1yn Eagle. ars ohm
One reason wh'y truth is stranger 'Te,"s thre
:than fiction is that makers of fictionyoarenildt lft
generally try to be plausible, whileIpuadolroyurd
truth is never hampered by any such (a ndu o nee
Sconsideration. Here, for instance, is H hne 5.0ot'
a true story. No reasonably expert teicdn a lsd
ficition writer would thiunk of concoct-ofT hrenmrse1
ing so improbable a y.arn. ''dwn
A Brooklyn man whom -we may as Nwdnt'elm h
well call Smith-t:he Smith's are allst'yIti'.Itsm
so used to it they probably won't tryIfIhdntben.
mind-this Smith dreamed a policyfatIcolhveada
'gig one night not long ago. The num-fpluieyanoitbt
bers were so deeply impressed on his'hvbensstag"
mind that he remembered them when
he awoke and told thin to a relative
at the 'breakfast table.
"Give me a quarter,"~ said the rela
'tive half in fuin, "and I will pley the
Smith tossed over a quarter to 'him
an'd 'the matter dropped from his
'Dhat afternoon a knowing horse-Q
man gave Smith a dead st'Iaight tip.
It was thl'e surest .thin.g ever, and
good long shot, so Smith borrowed
fifty and lost .it on the horse. ____ _
Thait evening on his way thome he
passed a cigar store where 'he usu
ally stopped. He concluded that with
only 8o cents in his 'pocket, he'd bet
ter smoke his pipe after dinner.
"Give me *a quarter" said his rela
tive, after the evening meal. "I'll give
you a good cigar."
But Smith went on filling up the
"WVell. give me .a quarter and I
won'" give you a good cigar," the rel
"I've no quarters to spare," Smith
answered morosely. 'He was dread
fully in the dumps. He 'had promised
to pay the $5o next 'day and 'had no
"Give me a quarter I tell you," the
relative demanded, "I must have it.
* "Oh. yellaif entitlsebadoasathat
ISu olro ord
g at 9 o'clock for one week.
are determined to sell the,
ively means a saving of twe
reat trading public. We ask
to your satiSfaction that we
That's good for you in the good old winter time.
Match them at these prices li you can.
Best Sea Island worth 7c. yd., 17 yds. for
Best Driil worth 8 1-3c., for 6 1-2c yd.
40 in. heavy Sheeting (Newberry Mills) worth
8 1-3c., for 6 3-4c. yd.
Good Cotton Flannel worth 12 1-2c., for
9 1-2c. yd.
Good Cotton Flannel worth I Oc., for 7 3-4c yd.
Good Cotton Flannel worth 7 1-2c., for 5c. yd.
The best Outing, worth 12 1-2c., for 7 1 2c. yd.
32 in. Suiting worth 8 1-3c., for 5 12c. yd.
Best Red Flannel, worth 35c., for 24c. yd.
Boys' and Men's Odd Pants.
This line we intend to close out regardless
Men's fine Pants worth $3.50 and $4.00, to
go for $2.85 pair.
Men's fine Pants worth $2.75 and $3.00, to
go for $2,24 pair.
Men's tine Pants worth $2.50, to go at $1.75 pr.
Men's fine Pants worth $2.00 togo for $1.49 pr.
Men's fine Pants worth $1.49, to go at 98c. pr.
Boy' Pants, size 8-15, worth 75c., to go for
Boys' Pants, size 8-16, worth 65c., to go
at 45c. pr.
Boys' Pants, size 9-15, worth 50c., to go for
charged or sent on appro
ilver pie'ce The rnatter of having a standard set
of weights an-d measures for the coun
ative, -"now t-ies of this state is still being con
die winnings. sidered by 'the governor. A letter has
earn gig to- 'been received from one of the county
iundred." officials stating that standard weights
:Smith .and and measurers are badly needed, and JW~f
Every one the law providing for them should 'be
ad dreamed enforced. The cost of these weights f
is paid out of the county fines.&
t is a good
.rey a true The dispensaries in Greenville have3 fI
revented by received a sufficient supply of goods IIUL
mdh more to last until December 4, until which
it wouldn't time t'heir closing has been enjoined
by Chief Justice Pope.
7 will be
C the tic
0 here to
~ tfive cen
The prices given here are
se ,goods in mid-Season at
nty-five to thirty-three and
you to come direct to our
sell the same value for less
Here is where we make every lady and child
happy for a new bonnet is what they fike, and
when they can save money they like it better.
We offer to close out quick a lot of Children's
Felt Sailors worth 50c., for 25c, each.
A full line of Knit Caps for children.
Underwear for All,
Lower Than the Lowest in Price!
Men's heavy ribbed Shirts and Drawers, worth
65c , for 45c. each.
Men's fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, worth
50c., for 39c. pr.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests, worth 20c., for 12 1-2c.
Ladies' heavy ribbed fleeced Vests, worth
60c., for 45c. each.
Ladies' heavy non-shrinking Vests, worth
75c., for 49c. each.
Ladies' all wool Vests worth $1.00, for 75c.
Lion brand Shirts for Men, worth $1.00, for
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2.50,
for $1.95 pr.
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2.00,
for $.149 pr.
One lot Ladies' heavy Shoes, worth $1.50,
for $1.10 pr.
Men's Boys' and Children's Shoes at prices
to make you buy quick.
ial during this sale.
1 give to the Girl and Boy send
the largest amount of trade
irge Doll, Engine and Electric
in my show window. The Doll
given to the Girl and the Engine
Magic Lantern to the Boy.
the name of the child and the
it you purchase on the back of
ket and drop it in the box. The
it will be counted the 26th of
?iber, and the ones having the
st. amount will receive the
vour Mother, Father and your Friends
buy their Christmas presents, and you
your Tablets and Pencils also. Every