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feii? Wait! Until Friday, Morning, June the iWflf^^^^^?^k
$28,000.00 WO RT li OF MERCHANDISE
Consisting of Mens' and Boys' Clothing; S?ioes; Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings. Etc.
These goods will be sold by order of six of the largest railroads in tjie U. S. As per orders of th? Consolidated Mercantile Co., of
the United Stotes, have leased the store in the Masonic Temple, on the Square, Anderson, S. C., and will put the goods on sale starting
FRIDAY .MORNING, AT 9 O'CLOCK, SHARP.
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ooooooooooo WRECK NO. 1. ooooooooooo SPECIAL NO. 1. ooooooooooo WRECK NO. 2. 00,0,0-0000000
!* i ? ii ? ? '? '5 " *1 iJ'et "4642 piairs "of Min's high gr?d? Ox- o ? Ladies -Writi?1 * Uin&eri?' \ 5f?;. ?7' '?7701 ^ 77'' 7771'' ' ' 1 ^ o " o
??^*v.'-REA? ' o Canted leathers such as tan, colt ~_ p . are wortN ?t>.to $6 OQ, e 1W prjees|f^..plai^vafei^ /rom,"$5*,tQ*&7.5i>???*!?^^ ?
c Thew Prices o skin, calf skin, patent leather, Wj^JOTg ? Wreck Sale pnce $1.98 pl ???Unt bafl ? Prw ?v:.^'0^^^
kid, buckskin, elkskin, box calf, ? as a dollar sav- o-~* M "- o Kains and come o VV1C^ ?*1C R,LCC AT-V^* o mis a ?ingle o
o if you o etc.; and cosists of such well-known 0 ed is a dollar o SPECIAL NO. 2. ? ? WtWIr A A Tot of Blue>Black and Tan, every o item as it means o
o Need Money o brands as the Douglass, Walk-Over, : > T?^rl ? Ladies 'white Lingerie ? wT^recit. ? t sLt?&$ un ttfcVie rio wreck ? a ?BvinS ?* ?
y Doolin, Endicott, Johnson and oth- ? earned ? Underskirts, trimmed in o Store o skirt petali ed up to ?5.00.?, -Wreck ?to -iptf^ 0
? ? er well-known brands" which retail0 o Baby Irish and shadow o o.o o o oo o o o o Sale Price. . ,. ;/:$1,49 p o oo o o o o o
ooooooooooo at$3.50to $5.00 a pair. Our price ooooooooooo lace, worth up to $2.50, One lot of White O^di? $2.00. Wreck Sale
$1.98 pair. * <1utf!H?)?ll9 Wreck S?le price 98c. Price . ... 7/.,-. .-98c
-~1_," z~- One large lot of the. late&t ?pango Messaline Underskirts in all shades,
3456 pairs of Men's Oxfords and low shoes in Colt skin Calf skin and Gun SPECIAL NO. 3. 6 ' * Vg^a . *
Metal. These shoes retail at from $2.50 to $3.00 a pair. Our price at this Ladies spring and sum- worth up to $4. Wreck bale price . . . ..-. .?tte
great Railroad Wreck Sale, pair.\. . . .$1.39 mer Hats, all the latest One large lot of White-Lingerie Shirtwaists worth up to $1.50. Wreck Sale
One great big lot of Men's Oxfords in all the wanted leathers. These shoes wwfc^a?p^ Ir^V 77 '7^7 1 7 V' V:: j ii' ri 7 ?
retail at $2.50 and $3.50 a pair-to be sold at.per pr. 98c. Wreck bale price % 49c, one large lot, a wonderf ?fHj^^MjSM^^M
t ^ ?PFriAl MO 4 nouse dresses; Worth up to $2.50, Wreck Sale pnCe . . ... . . 98c
,.r Men's Walk-Over Oxfords, worth up to $5.00, to be sold for . Pair $1.38 ^VT^^T*, . Ladies' Street Dresses made in the latest styles of white Lawn! and Lih
v These Shoes are the Latest styles and Up-to-Date. One t>ig,"lot of Ladies -erie. Worth up to $3.00. Wreck Sale price . ; . . , : fM , . . i 7$1.98
--?r.? short Kimonas, worth up , ? *X?&i*??. , . . ^ ? L- A . ? v . tfctf
. 3974 Pairs of Ladies' High-Grade Oxfords, Pumps and Low Shoes in all to 5 Oe Wreck Sale price ladies'White Lingerie Night Gowns trimmed in lace and embroidery.
'# the wanted leathers, all sizes, and styles in such well-known "brands as Dor- . . . ?g .... 19?: r Worth up to $2,00. Wrc^k Sale price; ...v ? . . ; : .. :. .9?c
.ri othy Dodd, Walk-Overs, Endicott, Johnson, Queen Quality, etc. These ox- -' ,;,""" . , *--g , One lot of Ladies' Night Gowns worth ?pt? $1.50, WreckSale pyi??. $9c
fords generally retail at prices ranging from $2.50 to $5.00 per pair, price SPECIAL NO. 5. s The above goods were in a car wrecked' ,a? ! Ph?er?ixville, ?a.; on Jan. 27,
at this sale.. .. .... .. .. ... .. .$1.49 Men's Silk and Alpaca 1914, were consigned to Oi'LijSciirryv -wtt? i$i.nb^r-h?ving"i .a'';lfti??tion..
9 bt'l'.' . . . " ? \, , .r ^ ? lt Coats, virtues,up ,tQ $5.00 with the railroad, in the meantime we will sell the goods atipric???nhqfiitd
3823 Pairs of Ladies'hlgh grade Oxfords that retail at from $2 to $3.50 a-. Wreck:ffl|^f|l.98 of in Anderson Def ore. , ; :/ , , .?-,
pair, will be sold at this marvelous sale at .....$1.23 M* . ~ ~......... "^?^., " _
: , --^-WRECK NO. 4. 1
4632 Pairsof Ladies' high grade Oxfords, Pumpsan? Low Quarters at the SPECIAL.JiQ. ft . Ladies Crepe Kimonas, in pretty Japanese and Chinese Pfcit?rns. Worth
ridiculously low price of.. . . . .98c Little J'Baj^y f?oll'^chilr up to $1.00. Wreck Sale Price . . . . . ....... ./^NoV/, . . ...49c
dren's-SJides WM and Ladies' Middy and Balkan Blouses-in Sateen wor th up^
The above goods were wrecked at Manayung, Pa., and wei consigned to $1.50 kind, 49^ ?x 50c. Sale price ...... . . . . . j .49c
H. Costello & Co., of Kennington Kentucky. This firm refuvri to receive -L-1_L_-li Children's dresses worth up to $1.00. \^Q?,S?le price. J , . . .7. 49c
^3rf^nd5se ?M aSfount ?f *he deJa.y' so thfy w?\e shiPP.ed ?the Con- ? * M Children's dresses worth up to 75c. Wreck Sale price v V ; . ... 39c
. solidated Mercantile Co., to be turned into cash quick. This ..V your L??K POIT the r^i^.n-c ,J?-^ ,"^1, 7^- ufraA Coi? D/,n m
-:,xhah'ce of a lifetime to get such high-grade goods at such low >&es. V^?TO1^ Children s ronippro wor h up.tojSc;.. Wreck ^ PncA . v,^3c
>, Therefore attend this sale as it will be of special advantage to you. ? > f$j I jlM? :. , . large.lot of Ladies underskirts wprth $l.00: Wreck ?ale! Pnce.- -49c
.-; V :v ^plgT The above goods were in a car wrecked near Gainesville,,,Ga..Kand shipped
9^0 Pairs of Misses apd Children's Oxfords, Strap Sandals and pumps. ?ll\l to M. Hansfielcl of Rom e, Ga. ^hese go?^ Jtfere shipped .to Consolidat
sizes. These Slippers are all thc latest styles and up-to-date to be sold at j Wreck SlOTIS ed ^ei"cantile Co., to be turned into cash'atonce. A word to the wise is
the, laughable price of.23c 1 0 sufticient. Take advmt age of the above'?nQrrr?ously low prices. ;.
'We have an enormous quantity of merchandise which we have no room to specify upon this document, bur if low prices and higj). grade. meruh?/?'ij?sb appeal j Jp you .we
have no doubt that these good will go very f?st. Therefore we advise you, one atiS all, tb come fri this greatest of mercantile events ih^.?i?.??istory qrJm^?^rsoh, Sb. Car.*, or
77 any other city. Don't forget the time and place, Friday Morning, June 19, at 9 o'clock, sharp. LOOK FOR THE LARGE WRECK SIGN.
Masonic Temple, On th?* Squar^P^aderson, S. jC.
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