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' NOT CONFOUND
his Bona Fide Sale
ith the So-Called
eduction Sales that
re now or have been
-oing on in this City.
eople from all aro
ugurated in this s
.,ght- that the peop
t. Louis Consolido
ey meant it, for everythi
they want it. Remembei
ned by W. T. Tarrant.
the New York and St. L<
and every man, woman
u to come before it is toc
0 Yds Calico 3 1=2c
yds. Dress Gingham worth 12c, sale
yds. Muslins, worth 6c, sale price
yds Mu.lin4s, worth roc, sale price
Homespun worth roc, sale price
ed Homespun worth roc, sale price
Sworth ioc, sale price
hg worth 12 J-2c, sale price
Ve Waist goods worth from 12a to 25c
ele price 7
lric 3c yd, up.
icking worth 25c yd, now
mneres wortn' 5oc, now
dcloth, $r.oo grade, sale price
'ot Outing worth 15c, sale price
Dress Coods Department is <
if you miss these bargains you
1r entire stock of trimmed and untrimi
~be sold regardless of cost during this gil
prsMen's Work Shoes worth $x-5o
$2.oo sale price
pairs Men's Dress Shoes worth $2.50
$4.60 sale price
Ladies' and Misses' Shoes worth $2.50
9 $4.oo sale price 7
*pairs Boys' Shoes worth $1-75 to $2.50
0pairs Childrens' Shoes worth $r.oo
250 Men's Hats.
ou H5 ats, where there were only
wo or three of a kind, actually worth
1.50 to $3.00, now - '
iDo Not Eriter.
Until You See the BIG R ED
FRONT and the name,
TAR RANT'S bankrupt sale
on Main Street, Newberry,
Was the Ii
of 'W. T. Ta
und Newberry came earl
ection of the country. T
le of Newberry will long
ited Salvage Co., adverti
ng is being sold as advertised. An
- this immense $1 5,000 stock of C
ind who was forced to the wall by
)uis Consolidated Salvage Co. with
3Lnd child to attend the greatest Bo
late. The stock must be sold by
oale is |
g Men's Clothini
A good suit, all to match, positively wortl
Yde. $8.oo or your money back, in this giganti
A good suit of clothes, all to match, posi
7 1-2c yd. tively worth $io oo or your money back
8 1.2c yd. in this gigantic sale only
7 1-2c yd. A good suit of clothes, all to match, hot:
6 8 4c yd. in Round Cut or Square Cut, 3 or 5 bul
7 1 2c yd. ton Sack, positively worth $15-oo, no,
6 1.2c yd. must go at
7 1 2c yd. In or.e lot you will find, where we have co
solidateda few suits, positively wort
to 10c yd. $18.oo, to be closed out now for
About one hundred and fifty Good Suits, a
11c yd. to match, cut and tailored by the ber
18c yd. workmen that could be obtained by th
58c yd. factory, all of this season's goodsand c
8c yd. the very latest weaves in Scotch Piai
omlee Cheviots, worsteds, Trecos, Square an
miss ajRound Cuts, and guaranteed to fit c
miss ayour money back, positively worth $20.0
must go at
t. Youths' Suits
med Hats Boys' Suits, positively worth $4.oo in thi
~antic saile-, gigantic sale only
A good suit, long or short pants, a or
piece, positively worth $6.oo must go a
T wo hundred Boys' Suits bought for youn
98c. men and boys from 12 to 17; years oh<
positively $8.oo now only
$1.79 T wo hundred suits of very Finest Materia
will please the most fastidious dresser
Be to $1.48 positively worth $io.oo now only
One hundred Suits, squar e or round cui
98c. Brown, Black, Gray or C-heck, positivel
worth jr2-50 now only
48c -A good little suit, t wo or three pieces, posi
tively worth $8.oo, now at
T wo hundred little all wvool suits, positivel:
worth $4.00 n6w going at
Three hundred Suits in all the leadini
colors and styles, positively worth $6.oc
9c-148. now only
Sale Opened Wednesday, Au
New York aid St. 11
Adam Goldman, President and General Mana
W. T. Tarrant's Old
LOOK FOR THE I
rrants Old SI
y to take advantage of gr(
he crowd that gathered in I
remember, for they knew t
sed W. T. Tarrant's bankrur
r one not satisfied with their purchased
lothing, Dry Goods, Millinery, Etc., fi
his creditors was purchased by A, B. Ca
strict instructions to dispose of the sto
nafide bankrupt sale ever inaugurated
iow in Fi
:s as Long as I
F. Men's Odd Pants.
Heavy Denin Overalls worth 75c, sale price
r. xoo Men's Odd Pants, $i.5o and $z.oo kind,
$2.98 now only
ioo Men's Odd Pants, positively worth
$3 o0, must go in this sale at
3.48 200 Men's Pants, all wool, positively worth
3-0to $4.50, in Cassimere or worsted,
in all colors, very stylish and guaranteed
, 58 to wear and hold their shape, must go in
5.8 this sale for
7.8Men's Overcoats and Cravene
7.9 Men's Overcoats, positively worth $6.00,
t now only
e Men's Overcoats, good ones, positively
f worth $10.oo now must go at
d Men's Overcoats, all wool and very stylish,
d just the thing for a knock arou.ed coat, posi
r tively worth $12z.oo
o A good Overcoat, long full back, with or
8.98 without belt, sells the world over for
$15.00, now only
Men's Ties and Hosie
$1.48 Men's Sox. worth roc, to go for
3 Men's roc Sox in black or tan, at
t 2.48 Men's Cotton Moco Hose, worth 35c now
Men's gpod Hose, worth 5oc, now
I,Men's Sox worth Soc and 75c now
3.48 A nice 25c tie for
I A Four-in-Hand tie, worth 35c, now
All our 75c Ties go for
3.98 Men's Handkerchie
$4.98 1oo dozen Handkerchiefs, worth zoc, now
- - only, each
98c r oo dozen Colored Bordered Handker
chiefs, worth i5c, each now only
1.79 100 dozen Men's Hemnstitched H-andker
chiefs, worth zoc, now only
ioo dozen Meni's Linen Handkerchiefs,
2.89[ worth 25c, each now only
rust I15th and Closes.Saturday,
mis Consolidated SalIu
~er, Century Building St. Louis and 311 Broadway|
Standopposite the Savings I
slG RED CANVAS I
I iFree Railroad Fare
All buyers will be paid rail
road fare for 50 miles. Buy
d ticket from your station agent
and get cash receipt: pre
sent this receipt on entering
the building, and,fare will be
paid to buyers of $25 or over
Natest. bankrupt sale ever in
this immense building was a
hat when the New York and
>t stock at
[ can have their money back in a minute
Dr men, women and children, formerly
,ughman & Co., and placed in the hands
ckforwhat it will bring, thus we com-.
in Sclutn Carolina. So we again caution
:he Goods Last
Notions and Miscellaneous.
98c Pins Ic per paper.
Needles Ic per paper.
I Hair Pins 1c per paper.
Ladies' Hose Supporters 25c. sale price 11c.
Ladies' [Hose Supporters 5oC, sale price 19e
Ladies' Hose, worth roc, sale price 4c.
Ladies Hose, worth i5c. sale price 8c.
2.39 Ladies' Hose, worth 25c, sale price 12c.
Misses' H-ose, worth xoc, sale price 4c.
'Ites Missert' Hose, worth 15c, sale price 8c.
* Children's Hose, worth 15c, sale price 8c.
Infauts' Hose, worth 8c, sale price 4c.
2.48 Ladies' Corsets worth 6oc, sale price 39c..
roo,ooo yds. Ribbon from xc yd arnd up.
3.9)8 ioo,ooo yds Embroidery from ze yd up.
25,0oo yds Lace from x-ac yd up.
Wash Belts worth x5c&
4 48 Ladies' Corset Cover; wvorth 35c 19c..
Ladies' Corset Covers worth 6oc, 39c.
Ladies' Vests, were x5c, now 4c..
5.89 Ladies' Muslin Underwear worth 35c 19c.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear worth 6oc 38c..
Ladies' Muslin Underwear worth 75 47c.
*J Ladies' Handkerchiefs worth xoc Sc.
3c Ladies' H-emstitched H-andkerchiefs worth 25c 10c..
8c Ladies' Kid laloves worth $1.25 64c..
12 1-2c Hooks and Eyes worth 5c paper lc.
15c Buttons I-ze dozen up.
29c Purses and Umbrellas at your own price,
SMen's Everyday Shirts.
*A good Work Shirt, 85c qjuality, now goes at 19e
A good Shirt positively worth 50c must go at 29c
Sc A good Shirt, worth 75c, now only 89c
A good Shirt, heavy cotton, positively worth
4Ic $1 .0o, now only 49c
Men' s nice Dress Shirts, worth 6oc 29c
Oc Men's fancy Dress Shirts, with cuffs attached
or detached, regular $i.oo sellers, now must
12c go at 59c
Sept, Ist, 'The wonder of I
6100 0The Hour, The Sensation of
a the Day. Sale Opened August
Ne YokCiy 15, at Tarrant's old store
3Bank. Newberry, S. C., and closes