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A Chance Never Before Offered the People of Clarendon County
N ov. 5 Commien ci
Fifteen thousand dollars worth of first class goods, NOT jobs and odds and ends, but regularly bought g
the best quality the market affords, to be closed out.
We offer our entire stock of
Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing
consisting of Suits, Extra Pants, Overcoats, to fit from the smallest to the largest in your family
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Among .our Shoe stock you will find the Walk-Over for Men, the Drew Selby for Ladies, the Ports
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps, Men's and Boy's Dress and Work Shirts, Men's and Boys' Overalls
and Boys' Underwear,Men's and Boys' Collars and Cuis, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery of all kinds, Umbrellas an
Cases.. A large line of Neckwear. A large line of Jewelry, consisting of Watches, Chains, Cuff and Collar
tons, Gloves, Garters, Suspenders. Store fixtures, including a very large Cary Safe, brand new, clothing ta
roller top desk, showcases, 2 roller ladders and tracks, shoe button bradding machine, window fixture
We-cannot mention everything; come and see us first before you buy. Remember, good people, th
fake sale, neither is it a sale to get rid of odds and ends, but is a sale to get rid of our entire stock of m
dise QUICK! Remember,
We don't want a profit, don't ask it. No one can sell you cheaper. If you can buy goods as cheap as we s
them, buy from the other fellow, we don't want your money. I have given you my reasons for putting on
sale and you can see why Lam doing it.
Since commencing business here about seven years ago we have always made it a ruLe to not mi
our goods and now we will be just as honest with you as we were then. All we ask you to do s to
look; once you do this we are satisfied. This sale is strictly cash and we will not charge goods to any o
not ask it.
All persons owing us will be expected to pay their accounts by December 1st, as we cannot wait longe
We wish to thank you, one and all, for your patronage in the past and only ask a continuation f san e
until we can dispose of our stock, whi ch will take but a short time when our prices are heard.
Inasmuch as you have been kind and considerate to us. we propose to give the trading public the benefit of this great offer, which is the greatest offer ever made to the people of this con
Again thanking you. we are your friends.
PerJ. GERALD, M