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Wait! Walt! Wait! Until Friday Morning, June 19th, at 9 O'clock, Sharp!
$?8,000.00 WO RTI-i ! O P M E RCH AN DI S E
Consisting of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Ladies^ and Gents'F urnishings, Etc. y
;>o ?1 TltfeSe goods will be sold by order Qf six bi the largest railroads in the U. S. As per orders of the Consolidated Mercantile Co., of
th? United States, have leased the store in th?Masortie Tennil?J on theSquarei Anderson, S* pj and wi!! put-tli^ goods ^ja?al?,! sWrt-^.
13 PP'' ? * .;?, ,V WREGKN?i3. i '\I?dles! .White'' Lingerie Dresses.
t? '^^TOo^?fiT^Suit^inrJl wool Serge, Worsted and Fancy Cheviots. These Thes?'Dre,8?24?^rwor?- ?P to woo.
9 rj ? S?its W?rB rh?n??actured by one of the most celebrated / ^clothiers of the Wrec* 8ttle prt"; ' j? ' ' y.,IJg
country.'HWere made to seli at from J?5i5:00 t??30.00 a suit. Hefe-is a ' SPE^L KO.a. ?
' chance to get yourself a fine summer suit, at the enormously low prices. ,. Ladies* white ungerie upderswrts.
. . .. $4.98, $6.98, $8.98 and $9.98. trimmed In Bahj.-Jrteh and shadow
. *~?T' V""'"! '.'."r lace, worth up h $2,50, Wreck Sale
Orie lot bf Men's Odd Trousers in Blue Serge Worsted ?nd Fancy Cheviots Prlce ^-.
in all the latest patterns and up-to-date summer styles. These pants are SPECIAL fco s.
worth from $2.50 to $7.50 per pair Wreck Sale price 98c to $2.98. ? ljaMm. 8prlng and ;ummer Hats.
Boys' Knee Pants in pure wool and Worsteds full peg made up in the latest a? the ,ate8t ?tyres aid worm UP to
. styles, all sizes, worth up to $2 per pair, ... Our price 23c to 79c '5 00' Wre<* s?le PT . ? 49c
. , Boys' Knickerbocker. Suits, single and double breasted all wool, pure SPECIAL SO. ? >
? fr; ??worsted'and Cheviots, latest styles Uli SI?S worth up to $7.00 a suit, price ?ne D,s ibt ot ladies" short KI.
ar riii?i ?QIA QR^tAWQft monas, worth up! to <60c; Wreck Sate
* .* .'?'.?:'>'<-' '.Vf : . M '-i .?.''.*'?. ii ? -V? jj:yV V ? \ ? ' ' ? V >. ' .2,OC.I5> price .... ?, Ly,/;.19c,
* One lot of Boys' Wash Suits, all calots* Worth up to $1.25 Our price 49c. -'--0t
;? Men> Jtiatsjiu felack felt and all colprs*nd; alaine up-to-date styles. Worth Q , N0* * . : '
'?-i ?A \V -il r>", T-, r r ?' ^ AO Men's silk and Alpaca Coats, values
?jj Onejbig?qtrqf Me,1.s Silk Hats in all the latest colors, worth $ t . 0 0.\ v^,- -i.r -jj ? j1 ? '* ?
?\?/reck.S^??}.. !..,,.><.??, -,??,-.(M ?i A ..^wVi'vvK/.fi v.'.,.,;:.'. . 49c . nfji# T fin Till" fllf?
One large assortment of Men's and boys' Caps in the latest and most up- H?H?V I flH I Hi Kill
to-date styles. These Caps are worth up to 5Oe. Wreck Sale at 19c & 23c 1 Ul1 1 Ml- "IU
Boys' SititTts! and Blouses in Percales and ?Ginghams. Ali colors and pat- ? . ' F S
terns. Worth 50c, wreck store price. .'. ....... 23c %MS V1 A f% If
Men's Blue<Chambray and Khaki Shirts. Worth 75c. Wreck Sale Price . , fjW j H L K
. . . ?.. .39c .' ll W 6 'fe?? ^sP.
Men's Dress-'Shirts with or without collars. All styles and patterns, worth **
iip to $1. Wreck saleprice . . .... ; . . . . . . . . . . .49c V ? -Pli^SrSft
->" Men's Underwear in B. V. D., Athletic Underwear, B,Ubriggan and Poros- ^ I BJ 11V
> k??t witn'^r withbut sleeves', long or short drawers. Regular price of Gar- O lg. ? I S3
: rrient 75c;j^Vr?ck Sale Price^J Vc .r. ;.v ........ : .23c
The above goods were wrecked Feb? 14, 1914, at Bluefield, W. Va., were < \
consigned to J. S. Turk, of Overland, Tenn., in order to raise money for " v
the above firm these goods must be sold at Once. Therefore you have the
opportunity of getting t hese^'ibw prices.
WRECK NO. 5.
Men's pure silk hose, all colors; Worth up to 75c per pair . . Our price 23c ?
Men's Mercerized Silk Hose, all colors, worth 50c. . . ; . . Our price 19c
Men's Mercerized Hose in all colors worth 15c. Wreck Sale Price . , . ,9c
Men's Belts worth 50c <a).... ..... ............" . . . .23c
Men's Belts worth 25c . . . . . ... . . . .. . . ?,15c.
Men's Handkerchiefs worth 40c-Gt) . . . .. . .... .4c
Men's Fine Neckwear :n all the.latest patterns and all latest colors worth
up tp 50c . . . . ..... . . , . . . .. Our price 19c
One Big lot of Fancy Neckwear to go at . ...... ....10c
Men's Suspenders Worth SOC . . .. . . 'Our price 23c
Men's suspenders, worth 2Sc , . . . . . . . .., .?.Our price 15c
One lot of Boys'suspenders wortJv l Sc. Our price 9c
WRECK NO. 6.
Consists of a solid car load of spreads, towels, bed sheets, table linen, etc,
and were wrecked at Fayetteville. Tenn., on Feb. 27', 1914, same was
consigned to us to be turned in to, money quick, owing tp lack of space
.we have no room to quote prices, but we can assure you that the prices are
the lowest ever shown in Anderson before.
j^rffif?f^^ we have...
no dbubj that thesegoods^wiil^^ go very fast. Therefore we ?dvise you, one and all, to come to this greatest of mercatnile events in the history of Anderson, So. Car.,
MASONIC TEMPLE, On the Square, Anderson, S C.
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